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A series of accidents to our local horsemen marred last week end. Hazel Nordyke re· ceived a painful injury to her elbow, shattei'ing the bone when she struck it against a pile of cement blocks at the house they are building al So. 17Sth. Earl Craig of Woodbrook Stables landed in the hospital with a broken leg after being crowded in to the side of a stall by a horse. Little Miss Eckstrom broke her arm in a fall from a horse. Dale Curtiss of Graham was injured when his horse reared and fell backwards with him. That's enough accidents for now, fellas--or too many. Let's all be careful. The Tacoma Unit two-day show was well attended, with the ring offidals working over· time with so many entries in each class. The Tacoma Lariettes are busy getting ready to attend the two day salmon bake at Brown's Point Saturday and Sunday, August 7 and 8. The Parkland Junior Riding Club is sponsoring a junior show at their grounds Sunday, August 8, beginning at 1:00 o~clock. There will be ribbons to five places with two high point trophies, except for wheelbarrow race, which is winner take all. Events are as follows: Baton relay; western pleasure; pole bending; english pleas~e; bareback class; barrell reining; jumping; 3' 6" and under; mixed pairs; western hurdles; musical hats; wheelbarrow race. Along the irail we saw George Wise frantically chasing tro, phies and Dorothy frantically chasi11g (.;eorge . . . the sunbaked horses .atld riders at: the Tacoma Unit.' Show. Sunqay afternoon . . . Mrs. McKay giving a beautiful exhib.ition of her five gaited·· horse at the Saturday night show. your .news items to Mt. View Cleaners, Rt. 7, Box 83; Phone GR 326L

Troop Ko. 103 got home from Camp Hahobas last Saturd.ay, v.ithout getting rained on. Nine boys went, five Explorers and Appointment of Austin Woofour Scouts. They were Dick ten as secretary and gpncral Kleist, Kenneth Parker, David Reynolds, Harry Lincoln, Dick manager of. the C. C. Mellinger Graves; -and Bob Sepich, Bobby Funeral Home was announced and Eddie Lincoln and Lee tqis week by James J. MellGraves. We had a day on the rifle range and a day on the arehery range and pathfinding and what we called a "starva· tion hike!' but they named it "survival hike", We had no bedrolls or dishes or anything and were out about 24 hours. We dug holes to sleep in and kept a fire going and had oysters for breakfast, lunch and dinner and if we wanted to piece between meals we had oysters! One of the boys from another troop shot a rabbit with a sling shot. We all live'd thru it. but I don't think it did anything for our love of oysters. Two boys, David Reynolds and Dick Graves made "Swimmer" and Dave made "% mile" and Dick "mile" before the end of the week. We were in a water carnival, and Dick Graves Austin Wooten was initiated into the Order of the Arrow. inger, the firm's president. The money that yeu sent us Wooten comes to Tacoma to ·help us with our summer from El Paso, Texas where he camping was used to buy us has been associated with J. J. two new "Camper tents" and Mellinger in that city for a patrol mess kits, so that all the number of years. boys in the troop will get a He is a member of the First chance to eamp any time of the Baptist chureh, Masonic lodge, year .for a long time, as long as Shrine and Elks. you're gone and after you come back. Guess that's all for now, maybe I can think of more after we get to sleep for a week or two. Troop Reporter, Edgar Lee Graves. Mrs. Verne Fogle

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The Rodger Lunde Auxiliary, Veterans of Foreign Wars, will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 10, in Yetera]Js hall, 1110~ S(). Yakima Ave; Mrs. Troy Nigj)· swonger will .. preside,; , comi:nl.ttee reports will be given. Ml'S. J. W. Johnson was recently appointed sub.chairman for Madigan General hospital. Attending . the 3rd District meeting held at Messinger hall, South Tacoma, were Mesdames Dore, Ward, Troy Nigh· swonger, Joe McGarr, Guy Dance Steele, Roberl Anderson, Harry Akers, Thurlow Cloth e,r 14 Blanche Doyle and Sadie The Summit-Woodland-Col- Clother. lins Volunteer Fire Departmcn t will hold the annual FirL'!Barbec!!.§e man 's dance at the Collins Grange hall August 14. Turkeys The Scout committee of and olhcr m:v-ards will be given. Clover Creek Boy Scout troop Korm Nelson, George Stramph- No. 79 has the barbecue pit dug er nnd Lorin Irish arc the com- and ready to load with prime mittee in charge. Tickets .may beef for the barbecue Saturday, b<> obtained frmn any fireman; Aug. 14. The delicious barbecue music by .Jl.Trs. Leebeck's arch· meat, wilh other choice foods, eslra. will be. served all afternoon. "All you can eat for $1," promMarine S-Sgt. Robert E. Law· ise 1J1e. committee-and there !er, 855 South 113th St., is .serv· will be special awards, too. ·Proing aboard the heary cruiser ceeds will be used for the Scout USS St. Paul, which has re· troop. turned to Far Eastern waters for another tour of duty.

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Willis Tramm, new O\Vncr of the Avenue Feed Store, issues a special invitation this week to all friends, old and new, to drop in and .see his layout, He bought the business from Rufus Park· er the first -0f July and prom· ises the same fil;ie service, and the same superior Purina feeds of all kinds, that have pleased patrons in the past. Mr. Tramm is a Parkland man, residing with his family ~t 117th and Pacific Ave. Charles Harkins assists him at the store.

------Pvt. Dewain D. Hopkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. Hopkins of Rt. 7, Tacoma, has com· pleted basic training in eook school at Fort Lewis and !s now assigned to the Personnel Center Mess Company at the post. He entered the Army last February.

S-Sgt. William Lloyd, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Lloyd of 9021 Goiden Given Road, recently reported for duty with the 932nd Aircraft Control and Warning Equadron at Keflavik Airport, keland. Sergeant Lloyd's wife, the foi;mer Mary V. .O'Leary, and daughter, Vicki Atm, live in Tacoma.

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Mrs. Robert C. Lasham (Shirley Henke) was pleasantly surprised the evening of July 16 when her mother-in-law, Mrs. G. W. Lasham, invited ~ ~fO.~J)·9f.·f~is1}ds~q,the Lasham hqpe . to , celebrate ... Shirley's birthday .and the wedding anni" versary of· the young Lashams. Husband Bob is serving with the US Navy and now on a tour of duty in Far Eastern waters. Pink flowers were used i 11 decoration in the home and a beautifully decorated cake was the center of attraction, the top layer bdng decors ted for the wedding anniversary, the bottom layer for the birthday. After the games, the guest of honor opened the many lovely gifts presented by her friends. Refreshments were served buffet style, Mrs. Robert Lithgmv serving the punch, Mrs. Clar· ence Potter the cairn and Mrs. Robert Lasham the coffee. Guests were Mrs. Clarence Potter and Mrs. Ralph Conrad of Lake Tapps and Mrs. Wesley McKinley and Miss Lawanna Eckroth of Puyallup; Mrs. Robert Lithgow and Mrs. Gil· bert Hyde, Tacoma; Mesdames G. Carlson, Andrew Carlson, W. Heiden, R. Pullin. Harvey Weeks Sr., George May, Duane Henke, Al HenkP, Miss Kay Lasham, and the honored guest, all of the Waller Road community. Mr. and Hrs. Ronald Fogle and daughter Connie arrived Tuesday, July 27, having motored up from California. Mrs. Fogle, the former Lucille Bradley, and the: child will remain with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bradley until Mr. Fogle is released from the Navy m October. He has rejoined his ship, the USS Badoeng Strait, which is in Puget Sound for Velmar ·A, J. Winn, son of Navy ·week. Mrs. R. N. Harrington of Rt. Leo Bassett, who is in Naval 7, Bor 28-B, Tacoma, is now service on the USS Princeton, assigned to the lJS Naval Aux· also enjoyed a brief visit with iliary Air Sta ti on at Whiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Har. Field, Milton, Fla. Ile was vey Bassett, 80th and Waller graduated from the US Naval road, while his. ship was in Pre-Flight School at Pensacola, Florida. (Continued On Page 4)

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But she has the welfare of .her the Tacoma General hospital Monday, and is now convalescpatients so much at heart that ing at the. home of her daugh. she has asked the Times, , ter, Mrs. Ray Squires, on 96th. Journal to publish an appealfor ' street. Speedy recovery, Mrs. blood of the O type. Ai;iyone -Field. having blood of. this type whO Happy Birthday! is willing to help may .contact A birthday party for Mrs. her at Puyallup 5-8292, eveJohn Folk was given at her nings. home on Canyon· road Monday afternoon, August 2. Friends who helped celebrate the occasion included Mrs. John R. Andrews, Mrs. Paul Bacon, Mrs. Mrs. Albert N. Nelson Mike Latterell, Mrs. Ed HoffGraham 7-7640 man, Mrs. Ed Buckley, Mrs. Frank L. Cey Jr. Ladies of the South Graham Evert Landon, Mrs. Dick Land' Photo by McKewen on (nee Frances Folk), and the Hobby club met July 29 at the. home of Mrs. Dorothea Long. . . . . .guest of honor, Mrs. Folk. After luncheon the ·afternoon m charge. His rlght hand man Happy birthday, Wilma. was spent looking at the three-· at the station will be his brother Pleasant Outing dimension pictures in color Donald. Mrs. Mike Latterell and made by Pat Long. Plans were Both of the brothers are Charlene :j.nd Michael, Mrs. made for an upholstery class. •thoroughly experienced in auto- Peter Davis and Peter and Present were Mrs. Vera motive service, Fr.ank L. Cey Jr. Andy, Mr. and Mrs. Tony TorWade, Mrs. Dorothy Blake, having been associated with a co, Miss Nina Morris, and Bill Mrs.. Viola Gore, Mrs.. Ann concern at 78th and So. Tacoma and Ronny Olenkamp enjoyed a Jorden and daughter Joanne1 Way for five years, and his day of picnicking and swimMrs. Marne Jarvis and grand~ b'J'pther having worked at Fir- ming at Grayland, Saturday, ehildren Diane and Blaine, Mrs. crest. They plan to provide the July 31. Norma Baker and Randy, Mrs. best ih products and service. Garden Club Olive Gore and Mrs. Marian As an added convenience to An educational evening wits Keck and Kathy an.d Sharon, customers, pick-up and delivery spent by .the.. Canyon .Road The next meeting will tie a will be available. Garden club members July 21 1 o'clock luncheon. Aug. 5 at A novel contest .has been ar- at the community h?ll when the home of Mrs. Olive Gore. ranged for the opening event; they enjoyed Mrs. Jack JohnBirthday Party details will. be found in the ad- son, president . of the. Capital The birthday of Martin H\111• yertising space in this news· District, demonstrating the b.asic meyer was celebr?ted Sunday, .paper. principle of flower .· arrangeAug. 1, with a big picnic at ... The home of Mr. and Mrs. ments. The first two projects Lewis & Clark park. Fifty rela-. Frank L: Ccy Jr. is at 78th and ch9sen by the .club are the imtives <1;n~ f!'iep.d~ gathel'~g•. S9utl1Park Ave. pr()vin,g Of the C()'.11munity hall rnan:v from ..;out. of town, i>J;l1J'f'-lec: · · groundsand•wprking to.•.main-· many moving pktllres ).'Vere tain ;oad side beauty by abol-. made during ·the• afternoon.. A ishing ·garbage dumping. Any. very special guest for the affair The annual joint picnic of one wishing to join the Canyon was Martin's mother, 83 years Wild West Post No. 91, Veter- Road Garden club, please call of age, who flew from Los Ang· ans of Foreign Wars and the Mrs. Giberson at once, as the el es. Auxiliary will be· held at Lake year book is being prepared Planning Fair Geneva Sunday the 8th at 11 a. now and your name will be inA meciing is to be held at m. Roads leading to the plc- cluded in the membership role. Rummage Sale the · Kapowsin Grange hall at nic area will be posted. Those Don't forget the Ladies Aux7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 10. planning to attend will bring This is a committee meeting to their own lunch and table iliary rummage sale that will make plans for the Community service. Coffee, ice cream and be held in September. Mrs. SelFair to be held Aug. 28. Anyone pop Will be furnished; a special by, ehairmari, GR 6422, will be is welcome. ·table will be supplied with food glad to eall for your donations. Fish • Gate Kapowsin· Rebekahs -· for the bachelors. There will be Miss Edith JeanPLte Fish beThe Kapowsin Rebekah P.N.·. games and fun for all ages. G. club will meet at the home Tom Faris is chairman for the came' the bride of- Cpl. Robert of Mrs. Roy (Winnifred) Huff Post and the committee are S. Stanley Gale of lhe USAF at lhe home of her parents, Mr. for the regular meeting Aug. C. Schalinske and Al Hall. ·and Mrs. Leonard Fish, on 9, at 7:30 p.m. On the auxiliary committee Fairview road Saturday, July Amdliary M!i15. May Porter is chairman, The Kapowsin Rebekah Aux· assisted by Mrs. Frank Waiss, 17 at 8 p.m. The Rev. Foss of iliary met at the home of Mrs. Mrs. Arley Baker, Mrs. S. C. th~ Waller Road Community Ross Plumb with 13 members Schalinske and Mrs. Thelma church officiated. Attending the bride · was her sister, Lavina and two vis.Hors present. Hartmann. Fish, and Airman, J'erry Shu Picnic acted as best man for the The McGee Guest Home folks groom. The bride was dressed in held a picnic at Point Defiance a gray suit, and she wore a on Wednesday, with everyone corsage of rosebuds. A three· having a fi,ne time. Mr. and The annual Nebraska picnic tier wedding cake, topped with Mrs. Robert Casey of ·Brown's will be held Sunday, Aug. 8, a miniature bpide and groom, Point and Mr. and Mrs. E. 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IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF PIERCE. , N~O. 58130 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE GUARDIANSHIP of ADOLPH 0. RAMBECK, An Incompetent _Person. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as guardian of the estate of Adolph 0. Rambeck, an Incompetent Person, that all persons having claims against said incompetent person are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said guardian or his attorney of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service, within six months after the date of first publication of this notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publication, July 22nd, 1954. HAROLD. E. RAMBECK, Guardian of Estate, 11122 Pacific Ave. Tacoma 44, Wash. PETERS & WI'IT A'ttorneys for Guardian 11122 Pacific Avenue Tacoma .44, Washington Published in the .Times' Journal July 22, 29; Aug. 5, 1954.

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MANUEL FELIX SOUZA Plaintiff, vs. JOYCE ELIZABETH SOUZA, Defendant. T"tlE STATE OF WASHINGTON, to the said JOYCE ELIZ· ABETH SOUZA, above named defendant. YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to appear within sixty days after the first publication of this Summons, to-wit: July 22, 1954, and defend this action and serve a copy of your answer upon the plaintiff's attorney, and in case of your fail· ure so to do judgement will be rendered against you according io the demand of the complaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said court. Plaintiff seeks divorce upon the grounds of cruelty. Attorneys for Plaintiff PETERS & WITT Office and P.O. Address 11222 Pacific Avenue Tacoma 44, Wash. Published in the Times-Journal July 22, 29; Aug. 5, 12, 19, 26, 1954.

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Neil H:usted, former. owner of Waller Road Stop 'n Shop, has been confined to his home for the past few weeks because of a heart condition. We hope that with proper rest Mr. Husted will soon be quite well again.

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Returning Sunday from a busy week in Long Beach, California, was Mrs. Melvin Mor· rill, who was a delegate from Tahoma Institute, Y.L.I.; to their Grand Institute convention. Visiting Relatives

Elmer Morud is in the middle states visiting his aged mother and other relatives for three weeks.

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onomic county agent. Other County Extension agents· re· sponsibl~ f-0r this wonderful camp were George Purcell, Ernie Hopp and Morrill Delano and a lot of work was done by leaders and. parents ·under the leadership of Art Smith. All in all, everyone had a grand. time.

Ji.. powerhouse· play in every sense of the word, "PICNIC" is a searing 24-hour cross-section of life in a small Kansas town. The arrival · of ·an animalistic vagrant sparks an emoti.onal upheaval in the lives of two sexcstarvcd females, one young and impressionable, the other a frustrated school teacher. By the time the virile vagrant flees, with the police at his·heels, the girl follows him passion-possessed, the the teacher grabs her reluctant Babbit on the re· bound. Meeker, of "Mister Roberts" and "A Streetcar Named Desire" fame, is the devastating but primitive Hal Carter. Sandra Church is the infatuated girl. Louise Larabee, remembered for her forceful Mrs.. Mullins in "Carousel" is the embittered teacher, and John C. Becher, known for his colorful Mr. Lundie in "Brigaiiocn", is her protesting better-half-to-be.

Mrs. Willard Blackstone, Parkland, has been appointed by Mrs. MjJton. H. Schroeder, Seattle, department president, ~··---· -~~· . w --·~ to serve as musician for the 34th annual convention of the Department of Washington, American Legion Auxiliary, to be held at Aberdeen, August 4 to 7. Mrs. Blackstone is an accomplished organist and performed this service when the by convention was in Tacoma two years ago. She is also .fourth An Expert district publicity chairman. Also attending · from this vicinity will be Mrs. J. M. Lind. 1er, Rt. 7, Box 60, fourth district president. She will attend the pre-convention department executive board meeting August 4 and head the district delegation throughout the convention. Both women are members of the auxiliary of Parkland post No. 228.

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Joins US Navy Eight young' men residing in Times-Journal territory were accepted for enlistment in the US Navy during July and are now undergoing basic training at the Naval Training center at San Diego. They .are: Richard Chris Turner, 10135 South Sheridan Ave.; Donald E. Gilmore, Rt. 3, Box 82, Puyallup; Thomas L. Jensen, 10204 Waller Road; Donald L. Whitwell, Spanaway; Donald L. Carlson, 11104 Pacific Ave.; Michael W. Smith," 10105 Pacific Ave.; Thomas 0. Swenson, 8633 South G. St., and Donald D. Varner, 10302 East Pennsylv?-nia .st. Albert F. Ott, 2014 East 88th St., is aboard .. the escort vessel USS Thaddeus Parker, one of the naval ships on a good will and training cruise to. Europe.

Parkland SERVICE &. REPAIRS

On All Makes of Radios &. TV Sets

Sheet Metal Work

Poultry & Pet Stock Equipment

Ed Weiss 233 Garfield St.

Bpeclal Attention to Special Equipment

FLE FARM

RURAL GARBAGE

Berkeley Pumps JETS 411 SUBMERSIBLES ti CENTl:U-FUGAL.S 0 TURBINES

SERVICE Serving Parkland, L.ake· wood, Midland, Summit, Spanaway &. Lakeview

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ROTOVATING--$3.50 an hour, ) minimum; H. L. Worley, 6297. 3ctf

BRICK, block, masonry work of any kind; free estimates; E:ugene O'Dell, HI 6826. 3clf 3-BEDROOM HOUSE in Roy; kitchen; modern exc.A WNMOWER Sharpening. A. cabinet A. l~quipment Rentals; 3804 cept heat; large corner lot. Pacific Ave. HI 6193. 3ctf some fruit Shown by appoint-I· ment only; write or phone WE BUILD HOMES-Remodel, owner, Mrs. W. A. Graham, level buildings; cabinet work, Rt. 1, Box 510, Spanaway, GR 9c•f <'rmcrde work. Reasonable. 6264. 3550. MA 0706. 3ctf --------$4,750,00 TOP SOIL, 6 yards $10 delivt'red; GR 8373. 3ctf IMMEDIATE possession. Easy terms. Clean, living rm., kitchen wired 220, bedroom, 3·pC. HAY BALING bath, gaJrage, 2 lots, Some ' fruit. Near Sacred Heart. Call Cutting, Ralph Decker, HI 9579. Side Delivery Raking .JOHN H. ARNESTAD FERN HILL 12009 Mile B Road, Tacoma 44, Wash. 6 LOTS. 2 bedrooms, living GRanite 4282 room, kitchen, 3-pc. bath, garage, chicken house. Needs LAWNMOWERS - Grinding, some worlc Small down will Lapping, Repairing. Pick-up & handle. Call Ralph Decker, Delivery. Power, Hand. Rotary. HI 9579. New and Used. PARKLAND Realty CYCLE & KEY, GR 5772. 3ctf McKinley 6311 McKinley Ave. HI 9579 Member of Tacoma Real Estate Board

EXCELLENT 3· bedroom family home with fireplace, oak floors, wired 220. Large barn, several outbuildings, some equipment; 2 excellent water systems; creek through property; excellent bottom soil. Sickness forces sale. Call Orrin Moore, GR 8638, GR 5469, GR 3558.

Franklin Pierce District THIS LOVELY part brick home has approximately 1h acre of excellent soil; close to high school. G.I. appralsed for $10,750.00-worth much more! Call Helen O'Brien, GR 8638, GR 3558, GR 5469.

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2 BEDROOM home with 1148 square feet, hardwood floor<> "-ct> in entrance hall and living ~ .o room. 2 bedrooms 12xl4, eat<fl Mail Address P.O. Box 707, Parkland, Wash. '" ing space in kitchen, circulating fir.:place in Jiving room, OPTICAL SERV· PARKLAND FURNITURE ACE SEPTIC TANK lot 200xl00, &drooms, kitchen COMPLETE New and used miscellaneoug; and bath need to be stripped ICE now available in South Airport & Pacific Ave.; ResiSERVICE and painted. Total price is only Tacoma. Exacting eye examin- dence Phone GR 3748. 15ctf $5,300 with down payment of ations without use of drops. Septic Tanks Cleaned $2,000 or owner will consider No parking problems. Dr. FOR SALE - Old newspapers; Wagner and Associates, Optom- big bundle for lOc; Timestrade for small acreage. etrists, 3509 So. 54th. Phone Journal office, 119th & Pacific O.B.ACKLEY MA 2172 305 SOUTH 118. NEW PRICE HA 8572. llctf Ave. 15ptf ·------------- - - $8,250. Pay. equity of $1,650 TRACTOR WORK - Plowing, and assume' GI Loan at $48 I 2~Used Autos FOR SALE - Pekingese pup· discing, blade work, mowing; per month. Possession Sept. 1. pies, registered and pedigreed; Fred Ladwig, GR 8028. 3ctf FORD .. l·tontruck; excellent. . rea.·sonable fo.r.q.uick. sale; 1.0628. CHARMING English type 41.condition, good tires. Ideal to East Taylor, back of Midland LA WNMO'\VER Sharpening &. home on beautiful corner lot haul horses, etc. Cash price school. 15c47 i Repairing. Free pick-up and with hardwood floors through- $350. Call GR 3272 or see at . delivery in Lakes area. Phone out, separate dining room, and 17102 Pacific Ave. 12ptf i FO!'l SALE.- 14 .Ft. Crown v.a" 1 cat10n trailer, like new; also LA 8002. 3ctf many, many additional features in this pre-war construe•.• miscellaneous articles; Puyal· ed home. $11,500.00. owner 42 FORD JEEP for the hunters. lup 5-5909. 15c47 Hutson wants property in University Veneer cab, 4-whcel drive, perfect mechanical condition; UTILITY TRAILER, good sized Place. TANK CLEANING good rubbC'r; will take good bed, good tir;es, 1954 ·license; SEPTIC TANKS • CESS 1115 SOUTH 117TH is G, I. rifle, part trade. Call GR 3272 $35; GR 6683. 15c47 12ptf appraised for $9,850. 3 bed· eves. Price :i;:~95.00. POOLS CLEANED rooms, h a r d w o o d floors FOR SALE Strip Made Contents Hauled Away \throughout, attached garage 47 BUICK RM. Convert. A canoe, newly painted; best Hi S980 HA 7038 on lot 62'hx100, For appoint- real beauty and in good shape offer over $10; GR 3739, GR ment to see call GR 7232, GR for only $525. Call eves. GR 4800. 15c47 FOUNDATIONS - All kinds 8210, GR 5088, GR 7139, BR 3272 or all day Sunday. 12ptf RASPBERRIEC for sale; also 1219, HA 3305, BR 5166, and block and concrete work; free whipping cream and fresh eggs; estimates; Walsh Construction GR 3341. GR 7820. 15c47 13-Farm Ads Co. Ill 1529. 3ctf HOUSE as down ----------------- TRAILER payment on this large 2 bed, COPPER STUDIO - Learn the SMITH CABINET SHOP-Re- room rambler with circulatmodeling, kitchen cabinets; we ing fireplace in living room, HAY BALING-It's that time fascinating art of copper tool-sell glass; 16309--S. Park, Span. hardwood floors throughout, again; call Viv Selle, Graham ing; day and evening classes; 13ctf GR 6066. 15ct.f away; GR 7949. 3ctf separate dining space, kitchen 7-2127. wired for 220, and has break- CHOICE OAT HAY Full • • RAY GOGAN fast space. Like a quiet strec(? heads, top quality, fuJly cured; Eqmp l. AN D S CA PE CONSTRUC- Attached garage with laundry $25.00 per ton. It's going fast! TION--. General landscaping trays; large' lot. $8, 750. Se lier LaCrosse, Rt. 7, Box 581; GR SELLING OUT - Dairy and 13ctf family cows, 20 in all; Eatonservice. New lawns, peat soil, will consider GI Loan or 7774. topsoil, shrubbei'Y, r0<>keries. contract with $1,000 down. ville cutoff, 2nd house on left HAY BALING Available from ML Highway, Rt. 1, Box Nothing down, 36 months to Coiiins School District pay. GR 3127. 3ctf now; 2nd house on left from 271, Eatonville.; Frank Sea. 6%-7 ACRES with home that Mt. Hiway on Eatonville cut- man, 16c47 LAWNMOWER sharpening; will take care of a large fami- off; Frank Seaman, GR 7001. - C - - - - - saw filing; work guaranteed. ly. Many, many out buildings 13c47 ARTIFICIAL BREEDERS Evergreen Breeders Ass'n. $7 Corner Waller and Collins, with cement floors suitable for breeding fee; no charge on reGR 7687. 3ctf chickens, cattle, etc. Large 14--Situation Wanted turns, Holstein, Guernsey, Jerduck pond. Possession now! HOUSE MOVING - Leveling, $1,000 down with sale price of sey, Milking Shorthorn, Brown foundations; cement work; free $9,950. 5th house Past of Can· ACCORDION LESSONS In Swiss, Hereford. Call Puyallup estimates. PR 2653. 3ctf yon Road on the south side of your home: instrument furn- 5-8393. 16ctf Collins Road, or 129th Street. ished; call HA 5788 collect. 14ctf CASH for milk cows, beef, Wanted - - - - - - - - - - - - - heifers, veal and hogs. Call R. 11111 Jennie L. Grodvlg RESPONSIDLE W 0 MAN Thackeray collect, Puyallup. 0 wants baby sitting and child 5-5414. 16ctf EARN EXTRA CASH, doing care; call evenings, GR 4866. ;:< as1n!Inbly work at home, easily Parkland Realty Co. mbled product. We furn14c50 I """ FOR THE BEST QUALeverything. Write for deInsurance of All Kindl BRICK WORK - House level· ITY IN BEEF CATTLE, 11111 - Artline Industries, Union Notary Public ing and foundations, retaining SEE A BEEF CATTLE City, Indiana. 5c49 walls, sidewalk and patios, firE'MAN! Est. in Parkland Since 1941 place and stone work. GR 4291 V,!ANTED - Handyman to put GR 7232 dayu RAFFERTY'S evenings. 14ctf , c.:llo tile in bathroom; GR BEEF CATTLE 5c47 208 Garfield Street U') FFA &. 4-H Cattle "Deal with the people who gtve 15-Miscellaneous [ ! U') 8~-Wanted To Buy you their own personal attenLEAVE FILM at Quality Photo tion."· Service for developing. In at 0 N/11.NTED--Buildings to wreck. '10, out at 5. 9610 Pacific W(: buy and sell used building Ave. 15ctf n1aterials. White Ball Lumber L C!l. Bingham Road .•Just west SPECIAL ORDER CAKES Conoco I 0-30 Oil cir Summit View: GR 8591. 8ctf WE NEED listings of all kinds. Phone GR 3330, Patty Ann 'Farms, acreage, lots, building 15ctf 3 5c TO BUY - House· sites, homes, (new or old, 1, 2, Bakery. by Case lot 0 furniture, appliances, toys, 3, 4 bedrooms). -II FOR SALE Siegler heaters CONOCO & HA.VOLINE ;1Ytl11n1£1'. saleable. B & J Trad- j at Parkland Fuel Oil Service; 30c Qt. by Case Lots 8.128 Park Ave. 8ctf Ave. Spark Plugs, 65c each JAMES R. LORING GR 8684; 120th & Pacific 15ctf Bonded Brake. Shoe, Exch. Estate REAL ESTATE $8.95 16-INCH UPLAND slab, 2-eord 12609 Paolfic Ave., Parkland loads, $14 and $16; alder fireNorwood SALE - 4-room house; 2 GRanite 4148 Anytime place wood, green, $15; Black ms, bath; 10 acres; 1.9 Prince stoker coal, $16 . 30; I from Yelm on Olympic lump & range coal, $12.70; Pioneer Way Between ; wired 220; hot waler FOR SALE - 3-bcdroom house GR 6'120. 15ctf Tacoma & Puyallup =ctric pump; with or in Roy, furnished or unfurn15ctf I. furniture; $3500. Con- ished; shown by appointment. FOR SALE - Used heaters at trade for Parkland or Write or phone owner, Miss J. Parkland Fuel Oil Service; property of equal value -:V1ae Chambers, 801 So. G St., GR 8684; 120th & Pacific Ave. {l\VJH'l' alter· 4:30 11.JTi.; Tuc01uii; pi·1vn0 BR 1967. Sctf 15ctf Self-Service and l33rd SL, Tacoma. 9ctf WANTED - Chlckens and rab9c47 Complete FOl~ SALE - G.I. equity in 2· bits. Call us before you sell. Laundry Service Cope's Poullry Market, 7036 in Parkland Commun- bedroom house Parkland area HA 9736 Present' mortgage G.I'. Pacific Ave., Tacoma, Wash. $1800. Acreage close in, either Ask Our 4% at $54 per month. Call HA 4406. 15ctf or without buildings. Satisfied Customen11 GR 8647. 9ctf TAP, ACROBATIC, BALLET Hrs. 9 a.ni.. to 9 p.m. Brown Realty classes. All ages. Mildred Mon,, Wed., Fri. Keller, GR 7881. 15ctf 9 to 6 Tues., Thurs., Sat. II-Repair Service 11220 Pacific Ave. FERN HILL FRESH WHOLE MILiK, 75c Office-Days. GR 8695 WASHING MACHINE PARTS. gallon; phone GR 4666 after 6 LAUNDROMAT 9221, HI 3315 Largest stock. in town. Repair- p.m. 15c47 & DRY CLEANERS · LA 7161 ing that pleases. B.B.'s Washer 8420 PACIFIC AVE. FRYERS FOR SALE GR t Service, 37ITT So. G. HI 94-09. 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Get Your New Shiney Auto Emblem NOW! "When you wear clothes dry cleaned by Pantorium, you actually feel. cleaner and look fresher," says Al Hull, Parkland area sales"' man for the T a c o m a Olym,r:>ic Laundry and Pantorium Cleaners. "That's because we pay particular attention to stubborn stains and correct . sizing, Pantorium cleaned clothes hang right, ARE right. Your friends will tell you we are "Pref erred by Particular Peo-

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Nalley's Fresh & Crisp 7 Oz.

Potato Chips 33c bag

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Fresh Full Kernels CORN, full of goodness, doz. . ...................49c PEACHES, lb. ······························~··············-15c CARROTS, bunch ..................................... .

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10 ONLY-·-1954 21" Pacific Mercurv Console, Free Antenna InstaHa~ion. You- pay the low price of $249.95 for the set. Terms. 4 ONLY-1954 Norge 9.2 Cu. Ft.. Refrigeratoris with Freezer Chest. Trade in your old ice hex, any condition. You pay only $199.95.

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''A long-term ho1ne loan at National Bank of Washington made home-ownership easy for us. Their home foan expefJS gave us aU sorts of good advice, and worked out a long-term payment plan that won't strain our budget. We will have the home of our dreams, and it won't be a nightmare-financially."

Times journal v 9 no 47 aug 5, 1954  
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