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Bethel Picnic The Bethel committee will hold a picnic Thursday, Aug. 19, at Spanaway park with pot· luck lunch at noon, bring table service. Coffee, cream and sugar will be furnished. Mrs. Fred Anderson, chairman, extends a cordial invitation to all new and old P-TA presidenls and vice presidents in the Bethel district.

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· . . . The public JS mv1led to at· tend a square dance sponsored by the Franklin Pierce recrea · " t o b e h e Id a.t th e ti.on program, Midland school p'ay area on Monday Auo-ust 16 at 8·30 p , . h . , · • m · No admission 1·3 beine:, charged The following popular . . . . ' callers will be on hand to d1rect the program: Ed Nelson, Al Clarke, Bob Sessions, Leonard High, Gay Wright, Curtis Taylor, Florence Mu;ray, George Murray, :poyd Hickok, Helen Hickok, Del Arthur, Dennis Ledbetter, Gene Robinson, and Col. Walter Kinney. Refreshments will be served by the Midland P-TA. The Playground program at Parkland and Midland will close on August 21. A playground farewell party will be held at each playground on Fri· day, August 20, from 1 to 4:30 p.m. Everyone is invited to attend. The Franklin Pierce summer recreation program has been very successful in that approxi· mately 400 children have taken part in playground activities and over 500 have taken part in the swimming program. Such activities as pet shows, talent shows, doll shows, hobby shows, a cook-out, inter.playground softball games, a variety of handcraft projects, a visit to the Pt. Defiance aquarium and zoo, story telling and many other interesting events have kept the children at the playgrounds active.

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·:i:'·O····.inting to eleven _years of efficient county service, Fred K.DcBon, Chief Deputy Asses. . , sor . and Democratic candidate Mrs. K. W. Struensee KIRKWOOD for'county Assessor opened his GRanite 5742 ;j ·. .··. ·· ' · ·th ti · ' t t t· ' , The Clover Creek Scout troop campaign w1 11s s a emen . The sixth Annual Pierce . . ·· · County Junior Fair will be held Mrs. Howard Selby, rumAs usual the annual two No. 79 are havmg their annual mage sale chairman, asks all · in Sumner next Thursday, Fri· d h h t 01 . barbecue at the Clover Cr_e. ek ay orse s ow a ympia G · · th f h h 1 day and Saturday, August 19, members of the Ladies. Auxild rcw a 1o t o f our 1oca1 h orse- range, JUst sou o 1:. e· sc · · · "-'·oo . iary to come tothe Community 20 and 21. Future Farmers of A tl .bb . on the Knoble road, on SaLUrmen. mong ·1e r1 on wm- da Au 14 hall Thursday, ,A.ug. 19, at 10:30 America boys and. 4-H boys and ners were Dianne Lofgren and y, g. · girls will bring their best in Parldand Business to help prepare the donations Jeanette Erichsen who won first A_ ~u~l day has ?een planned. • for the rummage sale Sept. 10, their .respective projects to vie in matehcd pairs class with Na- Activities start with a softball Club Meetm9 18th 11 and 12. Bring a sack lunch; for honors. tional Velvet and Val. Jean game between the Clover Creek The regular meeting of the coffee will be _furnished: "Many Judging contests, showmanCaddigan and Barbara Hoyt tr.oop and . ai;other troop of ship contests and food prepar- Parkland Business club will be hands make light work." won a fourth in the same class P1er~e county, m the fo_renoon ~t ation contests will take up the held at the Round-Up grounds . John Folk has returned from on Rocket and Dusty. Marie 10 o clock. Barb:cue dmne,r w,1~! daytime hours, while the eve- at 7 p.m., Wednesday, Aug. 18, · a week's fishing trip to LaHache Palin won a fourth in side sad- be served, startmg at app~ox1ning show is scheduled to get members to come prepared to B: C . .John· and the. friends with die class and Arlene Lofgren mately 11:30 a.m. and contmue. underway at 7:15 with a band work until dark. Oµtdoor color- him report a good catch. won a fifth in the same class. through . the afte~noon a~d eve'. The regular me(;' ting of the concert, followed by a half· ed movies of _the 1954 Round-up There may have been other mng, ':1th special mus:c .and hour youth program and the parade and rodeo, taken by Canyon !load Garden club will local winners but not beina entertamment through the nson appearance all three nights of Bud Matthies, will be shown by be held m the Community hall, able to be t,;,,o places at th~ hour. Numerous prizes will be_ the Kord Kings, a boys' quar- him. Free coffee and doughnuts Aug. 18 at 7:3.0 p.m. The prosame time over the week end awarded. The afternoon and gram will be on gladiolas and tet from Elverett. They not only will be served. those are the only winners w~ evening will be spent ip gaJI\eS each member is asked to bring sing barbershop songs, but play can report. . and races wit.h concessions open a spike. Hostesses will be Mrs. The Tacoma Lariettes were for pop and ice cream, etc. several instruments in a variety Carl Hartw.i.Gll . and Mrs. Wm. of costumes. \'l;j Hiii.ii 11 royally treated at Browns Point There are three different Ziemer. IS' Saturday and Sunday .and en- branches of the Clover Creek Scheduled to appear on the By Phyllis Blackstol1ie tcrtained crowds of people at Scouts that will receive the progra~ August 20 are Mr. and 4th Dist. Publicity Chmn. the salmon bake. The salmon benefits from the barbecue. Mrs. 1'7ank Deck_ of Puyallup, At the recent American Legwas out. of this world, as usual, These groups and their respec: "I sincerely believe there is no who will do Swiss dances .to ion state convention held in Yum! yum! tive committees are as follows_: substitute for experience in the the music of . the M~ser trio. Aberdeen Aug. 5-7 Parkland • This coming week end, Aug. Regular Scouts, Explorer Scouts field of county assessing. Hav· Thursday evemng Marian Iverwill be post No. 228 was represented ?Y 15, the local horsemen will en- and Cub Scouts. Regular and ing . worked up through the sen o f G'ig Harbor . . . Sam Carta commander Jim tertain the patients at the Amer- Explorer scout committee are, rartl}'.S in tne Pierce County of· crowned. Queen at impressive Linder, past commander. Those ican Lake Veterans' Hospital. Freeman_ Meyers, Ervin Ward, fice, I am asking the people to ceremomes. attending Friday's session, parThe show is open this year for Ivan Collier, Robert Vorak, proffiote me to the top ,position Admittance to the fair is free. ade. and drum and bugle comp. Consider Convenience entries and will be held from Gordon Wright, Peter Hansen, of trust on the hasis of my Concessions and rides for the ctition, whi.ch was won by the for your friends· when 1:00 to 3:00. Jean Caddigan is Ed Bolieu, Stanley Woods, and re~o~·d of public service in the kiddies will be offered as en· Auburn post, were Past Com· choosing a funeral direc.chairman of the show which is Earl .Orcqard. office of the Pierce County As· tertainment and the public is manqers Sev Kittleson, Al Seator. Go where they can being sponsored this year by Cuh Scout committee mem- sessor." invited. man and Walter Fritz. Com.park--0ut of the traffic, Tacoma Unit No. 1. These boys bers arc: George Bolieu, James mander Carta wishes at this Trav Dryer "In filing for the post of really appreciate this sort of Eustace, Kenneth Treadway, (Continued on Page 8) Col!I\tY Assessor", I believe every entertainment so we hope to Charles Weymouth, Edward have lots of horses on the Sorger, and Omer Roland. Den candidate should have four very grounds for that day. Mothers are Mrs. Dorothy necessary qualifications: Mrs. Carl Cordes (1) A thorough knowledge of On August 21 and 22 we hear Trea¢iway, Mrs. Margaret Eus. Puyallup• 5-2511 a.11 state laws governing taxarumors that there is to be a tace, M.rs. Agnes Bolieu, Mrs. rodeo at the Parkland Round- Marjorie Vorak, and Mrs. tion tmd assessments. Plans arc being made for a (ilJ Comprehensive knowledge Up grounds. We will see what James Berry. · Fireman's dance to be held here of,. l,and, building, plant and we can find out about this and The .planning committee for in our district. Be sure and 1et you know next week. the barbecue are Freeman, utility values: watch for the date and plan to (3) .Administrative and Also on August 22nd the Ta- Meyer, Ervin Ward, Ivan Col· attend. ganizing'ability. coma. Lariettes and the Pierce lier, Kenneth Treadway, ,and Home From Hospital (4) Absolute Honesty. County Sheriff's. Posse will. en- Omar Roland. ··~ many states these qua!· D_onDawson, Woodland :Ito!!d, tertain p_atients at the TB. Ji9sifip~O!JS are .now required by who was .injured in an accident pit~l in the field out S()U th of Tll.l.S0tD 1a\¥~D a,~ a p~ereqµisite .·to filing is. now ho111c fro JI\. th~. hosj)ital the,_hospital.> .. ,. , .;·:: , foJ.·_ l_~~~: -,POS1tlon,_- - 9-Licl -,_Ctfter an4 a.bl~ to . be 11.P an.\'! ~round · sE:E•·•rr·.·oN·.:DlsPL~¥' l~,.otill. '\1\7U~l>OW'_ Along the trailw!,' saw Marge -- ,., ----·:- -·: '., .cleven,.years service in the As• occasionally; He suffered con" Betts hunting Junio'r and the s.essor'.s office, I feel I can lay cussion.and a crushed left hand. keys to the car-'-seem13 flu9r, clrum lo these standards.'' His mother, Mrs .. Cora Dawson, escent Lariette equipment was "Few people, .I. have found, wishes to take thi,; opportunity locked in.the car ... Earl Craig realize. the importance of hav- to thank all the friends and now home from ~he hospital ing a top grade county Asses- neighbors for their cards, phone and doing nicely... some plain Ed Weston, President of the sor; but in my opinion he is calls, and their prayers. and fancy horse trading being Washington State Federation of one of the most imp·ortant of talked over. Atte11id Fire School Send your news items to Lar- Labor will he the principal your county officials. Upon his Several men from our district -ry' s Mt. View Cleaners, Rt. 7, speaker at. the annual Pierce honesty and the honesty of his gave their vacation time to at· County Democratic Picnic, Sun. staff, depends the equity of tend the 24th Annual ·Fire Box 82, Tacoma, ·wash. day, August 15th at Neptune property tax load 1 distribution. School that was held in Tapark on Surprise lake, it was To insure complete fairness in coma July 21, 22, and 23. These announced today by George Pierce County, I have been dir- men felt that the need in our Sheridan, chairman of the ecting 1.he reassessment of all community was great enough Pierce County Democratic Cen· Counly property under the ap. that they gave of their vacatral committee. proved Stale formula. This tions lo attend the school. In addition to Ed Weston as formula has been designed to Those participating were: Mr. It has a woman's name, but principal speaker, J. H. Vanzant assist .local gover,nmenls and and Mrs. George Stamper, Mareven the kids don't think it's a and committee have arranged a school districts now striving to garite and Larry Kerwin, Mr. woman! It has a face, but no- full day of activities, with a function without deficit during and Mrs. Kenneth Hoff of Col· body ever sees it under the slate of Democratic candidates a period of growing inflation. lins and Mr. and Mrs. Ash Butclown's paint. And it may have for public office to make brief Field assessors, carefully train· ler. The Stamphers and the a voice, but fans only hear the speeches, a program of games ed, have personally interviewed Kerwins are from Woodland; solemn "honk" of a horn!! and contests for the children, property owners to establish the Hoffs from Collins and the This confusing personality is together with awards for adults fair and equitable reassess· Butlers from Summit. The dist"Clarabell," one of the stars that will feature two sides of ments based on new property ricts Diamond T Fire truck entof the popular HOWDY prime beef. Chairman Vanzant values. The tremendous job of ered in the parade and was DOODY television program, who wishes to announce that ad· reassessing all county property driven by Frank Kaiser and will make a personal appear- mission is free, and that coffee, is nearing completion and our manned by Sid Waring, Leonard ance at Soine's Parkland Shoe cream and sugar will also be work has been accepted by pro· Fish, Larry Kerwin and Chief Store on August 20. Local kids furnished without charge. perty owners wHh many com- Butler. We are proud of these will have a chance to see the mendations of fairness." men who serve. silent clown between 10 a.m. "During my eleven years in and 12 noon when Clarabell the Assessor's office WC have will greet all comers and dismade many improvements. For tribute free gifts. Professional ~fnrd&JIJ example,,a mach~ne records op" 'Clarabell' is a popular TV U. Ill Iii cration has been set up for the star," according to Al Soinc, Directory The annual dance of t!"le purpose..>Of improving service proprietor of Soine's Shoe Fire rendered by our department to Store, "who puts on a wonder- Summit-Woodland-Colline department will be held Satur· the pulllic. This system has en, ful performance. All personal day night .in the Collins Gran~e abled us to handle the greatest INSURANCE appearances, have been smash hall; music by Mrs. Lee beck:; volume of real estate trans acCLAY ROLEY AGENCY successes." Al expects capacity orchestra. tions in .our history, with mark. crowds of youngsters, but em98th and Portland Avenue phasizes that business will go Patrick D. Kennar, son of Mr. ed efficiency and complete acGR. 8501 10 on as usual regardless of the and Mrs. Anthony Kennar of curacy." "As your nevr Assessor, I f t"1 1T ' South 112th and A Sts., has es. 1:' i~s. . been promoted to the rank of shall continue to.make improve- ROY V. ROSTEDT AGENCY Somes features Poll-Parrot First Lieutenant at Fort Hood, ments in service, while main· 8201 Park Avenue shoes made by the companv Texas where he is serving with taining the proven policies esPhone HA 23~ which sponsors the HOWDY Co. C, 47th Armored Medical 12Noon tablished by John Schlarb, who DOODY television program. Battalion, 1st Armored Div. ED MAREK retires this year. I shall also retain .his efficient staff, a Farmers Mutual of Enumclaw FIRB ·AUTO group of public servants who 1 12909 Pacific Ave. GR 4000 have served ypu l':onestly and There s More Than One well for many years." with

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Haroldene Haase, Claudia Lovitt, Mariane Morton and James Bird, representing the Junior department of the Summit church, spent an enjoyable week at Epworth Heights Youth camp.

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Mrs. L. A. Hoffman and son Ray have just returned from a six-week motor trip, having visited relatives and friends in Wisconsin. In. their absence, Mr. Hoffman, who is an invalid, stayed with· their son Ed on 72nd St. A niece, Phyllis VanderHyden, returned with them for a month's visil. Hime Again

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. The new son born July 8 to IN THE SUPERIOR COURT U.P H 0 tl> STER Y OF THE STATE OF WASHMr. and Mrs. George W. Gorow VAUGHAN "S 1•2814 Pacific Avenue INGTON IN AND F'OR THE HI 951' 84th tJl Pacifk Ave. is welcomed by the following GR 3201 Res. 3181 COUKTY OF PIERCE. grandparents: Mr. and Mrs. No. 122!l67 John Gorow of Collins· and Mr. SUMMONS and Mrs. Roy Forsman of Day· MARJORIE J. DOERING, tona Beach, Fla. Plaintiff, vs. Home on Leave DAVID R. DOERING, George W. Gorow is home on Defendant. leave from Kingsville, Texas. THE STATE OF WASHING· Home From Trip TON, _to the said DAVID R. DOERING, above named deThe William Roots of Collins fendant. YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to appear within sixty days after the fiFst 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 failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you according to the d.emand of the complaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said court . N Plaintiff seeks divorce upon Solve That Drainage Problem Plus .i:i. the grounds of cruelty. SCHUYLER J. WITT Attorney for Plaintiff ~ Office and P.O. Address GENERAL BUILDING SUPPLIES 11222 Pacific Avenue Tacoma 44, Wash. Rt. 13, Box 659 Airµort &. Canyon Road GR 4555 WHERE DOLLARS GO Published in the Times-Journal We Deliver • - - Rain or Shine July 22, 29; Aug. 5, 12, 19, 26, "EVERYTHING TO BUILD• WITH" 1954.

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A family picnic was enjoyed Deepest sympathy to Mr. arnj. by the Ken Otto family last Mrs. Francis Lester whose baby, Sunday at Johnson Hi Dive at Pmnclla Sue, died Aug. 1. In Surprise lake, with a gathering addition to the bereaved parof 40 'members. en~s, tJwre are three sisters,

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Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Samuel· son are holding open house this week at the Waller Road Stop 'N' Shop market, which they recently purchased from the Neil Husteds. The event could hardly be. called a "get ae. quainted" affair, as the .Stop 'N' Shop is a thorougl1Jy establis.hed business in the com. munity, while the Samuelsons have lived at 72nd and Waller road for a number of years. Perhaps the open hous.e merely emphasises the fact that Mr. and Mrs. Samuelson arc now a part of the business life of Waller Road in addition to their As in most "grand opening" ea-operation in community affairs, in which they have been sales, there will be a number as active as .their limited time of interesting specials offered; read the Stop 'N' Shop adverallowed. tising on this page carefully. Mr. and Mrs. Samuelson are well grounded in the food sellAmson Road 4-H . ing game, though for the pa~t eight years they have been in The Allison Road 4-H met at the clo~hing business on ?ixth the home of Mrs. Ruth Petrich. avenue m Tacoma. They will be The main topic was the coming ass~sted at Stop 'N' Shop by Summer Fair, to be held at . then· young son Kenny. Ted Sumner, .August 19, 20 and 21. Kuhnan, who has had charge The members are all getting of the meat market for some ready and we hope to see you time, will continue at his post there. A sewing meeting was held there. Because of a serious heart Monday at Mrs. Petrieh's home ailment which made necessary to help the girls with the artica recent sojourn in the hospital, les they are taking to the fair. Mr. Husted could no longer carry the load of managing the busy Stop 'N' Sh® market. He cand Mrs. Husted have retained Last week the Times-Journal ,ownership of the real estate, carried an item concerning the however, as well as the Waller urgent need for Type 0 blood Road Variety store, which Mrs. at the Ihdian hospital. UnfortHusted will manage. The bar- unately there was an error in ber shop, also housed in the the number of the telephone building, will be operated by listed for further information; it should have been Puyallup Mr. Price, as in the past. The Samuelson family in- 5-8296, evenings.

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GRanlte 5.?10 Chicken, baked beans, sal-· ads and other delicacies· 11sual~ ly included in a picnic menu will be enjoyed at the Walle!' Road Grange picnic Saturday, Aug. 14, at Little Spanaway lake. Eating time is 5 p.m.; come. early for the program of games. Coffee, cream and sugar will be furnished, as well as ice cream· for the kiddies. Grange ers, be sure to attend. Community Fair Set

The annual W:;iller Road Community fair will be held Sept. 10 and i1 this year, it is announced by co-chairmen Rudolph Geise and Lawrence Howard, who are assisted by Henry DeMeerleer, last year's chairman. Two recent committee meetings resulted in concrete pla11s. The premium lists will be out soon with valuable information for all community residents. We ask that every person feel a responsibility toward making our fair the success it should be. With your help and ea-operation it will be. As in previous years, the fair will be sponsored by the Waller Road Grange, P-TA and the youth organizations. All will benefit from the proceeds. Other groups will have booths also. Keep the dates in mind and plan to take part in exhibiting something in competition with your neighbor. Garden Club

The Waller Road Garden club enjoyed a picnic Aug. 5 in the garden at the home of Mrs. Jack Johnson. A pleasant afternoon is reported. 4-H'ers Picnic

Mrs. Rudolph Geise, 4,H Boys leader, and Mrs. A. Silver· nail, her assistant, with Mrs. Miening, accompanied a group of 4-H boys on a picnic to Point DeBiamce park -recently. The boys were Joe Hough, Rex Silvernail, Michael Christensen, Jae!~ and Lester Sand, Mark Favre and Jim, Larry and Don Geise. Grange Visitors

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square dancing, .western style out do011s on the Lakewood Ter. race at Lakewood center. As guests of .John and Louise Nagley they and Mathilda Heborg enjoyed the Masonic picnic at Clear Lake Sunday. Curtis Hedborg loaned his traveling bull whip for another Slave Auction. The South Bay Volunteer Fire Department is sponsoring the Auction which is patterned on the one given by the Alder Club. George Elder, county commissioner of Thurston county, will ·be auctioneer and Dick Reddington •is tail. twister. Alder Community Club con· ducted a games concession at Robin Hood Day at Eatonville with a host of novel awards. Gilberts Country store at La Grande donated a box of groceries; Richfield Oil, ten gallons of.gas; La Grande Cafe, a wild blackberry pie; Alder store, a ham.

Noted Art Director To Judge ·For Fair Daniel Defenbacher, director of the Fort· Worth, Tex., Art Center, willbe the one-man professional jury at the Western Washington f~ir's big art exhibit at Puyallup Sept. 18 through Sept. 26 .. Announcement of the selection for all professional entries at the 51st annual exposition is made by Gervais Reed, superintendent of the fair's art department. .Judge Defenbaeher will be at Puyallup Sept. 10 to judge professional entries and to select non-winners for exhibition. The jury for non-professional exhibits will be announced >ater, according to Reed. Spending one day at Puyallup, Defenbacher will return to Oakland, California. 'Professional entries may be submitted in painting, sculp· ture and print-making. All entries, both professional and nonprofessional, will be received

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WE BUILD HOMES-Remodel, level buildings; cabinet work, 3-BEDROOM HOUSE in Roy; concrete work. Reasonable. cabinet kitchen; modern exGR 3550, MA 0706. 3ctf cept heat; large corner lot. some fruit. Shown by appointTOP SOIL, 6 yards $10 deliv- ment only; write or phone ered; GR 8373. 3ctf owner, Mrs. W. A. Graham, Rt. 1, Box 510, Spanaway, GR 6264. 9c+f

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NEW 2 BEDROOM home, 5 lots; walking qistance to PLC, stores and bus; 2 basement apartments rented for $90; all appliances and most furniture included; will go G.I. or FHA; $16,500; phone MA 2151. 9c48'

SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED- IMMEDIATE posse~sion. 2 bedContents hauled away. Don room home, living room, dinRedford, 8232 So. Fawcett, GA ing room, kitchen, built-ins, 3· 7334. If no answer call GA 9222 pc. bath, 6 lots. Fern Hill Dist. 3ctf Close to schools, store and bus. Priced at $5000.00. Call Ralph · ACE SEPTIC TANK Decker, HI 9579.

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FOR SALE - 4-room house; 2 WE .HAVE 50 & 51 MODELS FOR SALE - Truck van good i bedr.ooms, bath; 10 acres; 1:9 · AT SACRIFICE PRICES co_ndition; 10 ft. Jong, 5 feet\· Hutson miles from Yelm on Olympic • wide, 5 feet tall; GR 74S4. TANK CLEANING highway; wired 220: hot water Lucky Sales & Service 15p4s SEPTIC TANKS - CESS heat, electric pump: with or ; ······ v<.;ithout furniture: $3500. ConUSED CARS & TRUCKS CHORME DINETTE SET ray POOLS CLEANED sider trade for Parldand or ., -~ ~ iawnmower, . ' g · ' anu, ye11ow, ;p.:iu; 135th & Pacific Avenue Contents Hauled Away $10; washing machine, $10; vicinity property of equal vali!e GR 420S. HI 3980 HA 7038 See owner after 4:30 p.m.; 15c4S GR 8688 512 So. 133rd St., Tacoma. 9p·1S RASPBERRIES for sale; also FOUND ATIONS - All kinds whipping cream and fresh eggs. block and concrete work; free 13-Farm Ads GR S720. 15c4S estimates; Walsh Construction Co. HI 1529. 3ctf Jennie L. Grodvlg FOR SALE - Pekingese pup.- - - POULTRY BANQUET an appe- pies, registered and pedigreed; SMITH CABINET SHOP,--Re· Parkland Realty tizing supplement and power- reasonable for quick sale; 1062S modeling, kitchen cabinets; we house of nutrition, high in East Taylor, back of Midland sell glass; 16309 .3. Park, SpanInsurance of All Kindlll milk sugar content, acts as con- school. 15c48 away; GR 7949. 3ctf Notary Public ditioner for birds of all ages, cake, for easy feedsemi-solid GOAT'S MILK for sale; 6711 Est. in Parkland Since 1941 ing. Highland FcEod Co., GR East Vickery road; GR 5130. RAY GOGAN GR 7232 days S585, 96th & Portland Ave. LANDS CAPE CONSTRUC15c4S 13c48 TION'. General landscaping 208 Garfield Street FOR SALE Baby Parakeets, service. New lawns, peat soil, ready for training; special each topsoil, shrubbe1·y, ro<1keries. "Deal with the people who give Nothing down, 36 months to you their own personal atten- 14--Situation Wanted :ji3.95; 141st & So. J St. 15c49 ··pay. GR 3127. 3ctf tion.'' ACCORDION LESSONS in CLEARANCE SALE of childyour home; instrument furn- ren's summer wear. Drastic LAWNMOWER sharpening; ished; call HA 57S8 collect. reductions. Buy now and save. saw tiling; work guaranteed. • • 14ctf Blessed Event Shop. 12611 Corner Waller and Collins. G. I. Fmancang F.H.A. Ave. 15c48 GR 7687. 3ctf WOMAN 'Pacific WE NEED listings of all kinds. RESPONSIBLE HOUSE MOVING - Leveling, Farms, acreage, lots, building wants baby sitting and chilrl WHIPPING CREAM SOc a foundations; cement work; free sites, homes,.(new or old, 1, 2, care; call evenings, GR 4S66. quart; 2722 East 112lh St., 14c50 GR. 8142. estimates. PR 2653. 3ctf 3, 4 bedrooms). 15ctf CLEANING, REPAIRING furBRICK WORK House level- i LILLY'S LAWN SEED. Plant W ing an~ foundations, r~tain!ng · your fall lawn with Lilly's, O naces, stokers, oil heater~; JAMES R. LORING Reliable Oil Burner Service, walls, sidewalk and patios, f!re- certified lawn seed ..· Highland!<( REAL ESTATE plac€ and stone work. GR 4291 Feed has what you want. GR a., GR. 6033. 3ctf evenings. 14ctf S585. 96th & Portland Ave. 12609 Pacific Ave., Parkland GRanite 4148 Anytime BABY SI'ITING by experienced _2._'.Jc4S W 5-Help Wanted adult; GR 83S5. 14ctf GRAIN -Whole or ground dir- :C EARN EXTRA CASH, doing FOR SALE - 3-bcdroom house • •• ect from the MILL. Feeds """ assembly work at home, easily in Roy, furnished or unfurn- I 5-Miscellaneous ground and mixed to order. """ assembled product. We furn- ished; lihown by appointment. GR S5S5. Highland Feed, 961.h, W ish everything. Write for de- Write or phone owner, Miss J. LEAVE FILM at Quality Photo at Portland Ave. 15c4s · tit tails. Artline Industries, Union Mae Chambers, 801 So. G St., Service for developing. In at II , d1 City, Indiana. 5c49 Tacoma; phone BR 1967. 9ctf '10, out at 5. 9610 Pacific . FOR SALE - Ne"YlY decora~e ·tit Ave l5ctf · 3 room house with p\umbmg W 9ctf WANTED-Someone to receive · to be moved off the property, O $200.00 or more weekly, selling $650. Corner 165th & Lake· ::::.:;: SPECIAL ORDER CAKES home improvement siding and FOR SALE - G.I. equity in 2- Phone GR 3330, Patty Ann shore Drive, Spanaway; GR bedroom house. Parkland area, roofing. Call Roy 766 or apply ' 15c4S Bakery. 15ctf 6528. -I office at Roy, Wn. 5ctf $1800. Present mortgage G.l. 4 % at $54 per month. Call FOR SALE - Siegler heaters FOR SALE - Roll-away bed ;:: GR 8647. 9ctf at Parkland Fuel Oil Service; complete, good condition, $15; ' 8-Wanted To Buy GR 8684; 120th & Pacific Ave. leg type bathtub, $15; HA 6995 ---.-·"-- · · - , 15c481 ..JI 15ctf I I-Repair Service WANTED-Buildings to wreck. We buy and sell uscd,building 16-INCH UPLAND slab, 2-cord WEANER PIGS, 8 weeks old; ~ materials. White Ball Lumber WASHING MACIIlNE PARTS. loads, $14 and $16; alder fire- Salvhus, Cherry near Ever- ::;) Largest stock in town. RepairCo., Bingham Road. Just west place wood, green, $15; Black green; Rt. 3, Box 667-B, Ta- O of Summit View; GR 8591. 8ctf ing that pleases. B.B.'s Washer Prince stoker coal, $16.30; coma. 15p48 Service, 3727 So. G. HI 9409. lump & range coal, $12.70; WANTED TO BUY - House· WANTED 3 or 4 year old llctf GR 6520. 15ctf hold furniture, appliances, toys, child to care for as companion : anything saleable. B & J Trad- COMPLETE OPTICAL SERV· FOR SALE - Used heaters at to son; GR 7367. l5c4S ing Post, 8328 Park Ave. Sctf ICE now available in South Parkland Fuel Oil ,;,:Service; Tacoma. Exacting eye examin- GR S6S4; l20th & Pacific Ave. FOR SALE - Fruit jars, quarts ations without use of drops. 15ctf and pints; little girl's dresses, 9-Real Estate No parking problems. Dr. size 3 and 4; GR 6787. 15c48 Wagner and Associates, Optom· W AJ\<"'TED - Chl<'!kens and rab. FOH. SALE Electric portable YOU WANTA BET? You can't etrists. 3509 So. 51th. Phone bits. Call us before you sell. lose! on this 2 bedroom home, HA S572. llctf Copc's Poultry Market, 7036 sewing machine; Singer treadplus a good business site, 150' Pacific Ave., Tacoma, Wash., le machine; fruit jars; 6' cross on Pacific, by 216" on 171st St. HA 4406. 15ctf cut; 3%' one-man saw; HartAutos man wardrobe trunk; 2 and 3 IIouse sets back off the highTAP, ACituBATlC, BALLET gal. stone jars; olher miscelway. Unlimited possibilitif'S 41 FORD 1-ton truck; excellent classes. All ages. Mildred laneous articles: Puyallup for this location. Only $S950. condition, good tires. Ideal to Keller, GR 7881. l5ctf 5-5909. 15p4S Terms. GR 4148 or Eves. GR haul horses, etc. Cash price ~:l272. Loring Real Estate. 9ptf $350. Call GR 3272 or see at CLOSING OUT SALE - 1954 FOR SALE - Lawnmower, less! 12ptf 21" Mahogany TV Set. Value than year old; bird cage; HOUSE FOR SALE - 2 bed· 17102 Pacific Ave. 219.95, price $167.50. Aerial GR 3S51. 15c4S rooms, dinette, kitchen, front room and bath; wired 220; hot 42 FORD JEEP for the hunters, supplies and tubes 50% off. water heater, electric stove; Veneer cab, 4-wheel drive, per- 1939 4-Dr. DeSoto. Radio and WHITE ELEPHANT SHOPPE condition; heater, very' good condition, l62nd & Pacific; fruit jars; well and electric pump; Ph fect mechanical lots; $2850; see owner after good rubber; will take good $225. Farcy's Service, Rt. 3, Qts. 50c, Pts. 35c; Davenports 4:30 p.m.; 512 So. 133rd St., rifle, part trade. Call GR 3272 Box 149, Puyallup; phone $10 & up; come in and visit 15c48 15 our shop, 12Ptf 5-7207. Tacoma. 9p48 eves. Price $395.00.

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SO ACRES-Ko house, but good barn, big chicken .S house and several outbuildings, 2 wells, some peat soil. All fenced, near Roy. Only $4750. Mr. Underwood, GR. 414S or HA. 9127 evenings. PARKLAND-$4950 buys a 1-B.R. home with plenty of floor space, located on Park Ave. just outside City limits. Also a 2-rm rental unit in rear. Will go "Cl G. I. Mr. Loring. GR. 4148. ~ 91h ACRES-TRAILER SITE-260 ft. of frontage "Cl on Airport Road, near Summit View. Wonderful rn trailer park location. Has a 2-B.R. older home. $7000. ~ Mrs. Miner. GR. 4148. -< NEW HOME. PARKLAND - Here's a beauty in a 3 B.R. rambler. Large living room with fireplace. 1- :S: car garage. Right close to Pacific Ave., stores and ~ bus. You can't duplicate it anywhere fo~ $12,250. Mr. > Underwood, GR 414S or HA 9127 evenings. o 4 BEDROOMS-Close to McKinley Ave. on 56th St. rn Large living room with fireplace. Large fenced yard, :S: lots of shrubs. Garage and storage shed. Can sell G. ~ I .. F.H.A. or contract. Call Eager Weaver, HA 6250. -l LIST WITH LORING-A LORING LISTING SELLS OPEN SUNDAYS and EVENINGS

PARKLAND FURNITURE New and used miscellaneous; Airport & Pacific Ave.; Resi· 4 BEDROOMS dence Phone GR 3748. 15ctf OLDER home in good district, 4S f'..LYM. Sta. Wgn ......... $249 FQR SALE Old newspapers; with extra ground. Concrete foundation, wirrcd 220, double 17 KAISER 4-Dr. Sed ...... -.. $249 big bundle for 10c; Timesgarage. The price is right. For 46 LINCOLN 4-Dr .............$199 Journal office, 119th & Pacific 15ptf terms call Hal Underwood, HI 47 FORD VS Sed ............... $249 Ave. 42 FORD Fordor ................ $169 CO 9579. or PR 9896. 42 CFIEV. Sedan ................ $149 · PPER STUDIO - Learn the a H"H n 141 CHRYSLER 4-Dr. Sed. · $89 I ~as.cinating art of copper tool.Ii! 1n1ey In n.ea • 1 41 OLDS. Club Cpe. ------····--$S9 · mg; day and evening classes: 6311 McKinley Ave HI 9579' 39 PONTIAC 2-Dr ............. $69 GR 6066. 15ctf.1 . • 40 PLYM. Sedan ... _. .............$49 FOR SALE .R d l . l Member of 39 OLDS. 4-Dr. --------··----·····-$49 1 t ."' . th [a ;:_r~g ~u - I Tacoma Real Estate Board 37 PONTIAC --·-------------------····$29 2_e·· 5· T.·. mon . SGR t75S. J.~ 37 PLYM. Sedan .......-.......... $29 _ ' _ acoma, · ;ip

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11220 Pacific Ave.

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

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Prices Effective Thurs. Noon thru Sat., Aug. 12th, 13th,

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SPANAWAY MEAT MARKET NEXT DOOR To HERMAN'S

HARDWARE SOUTH END PLUMBING HOME of SCHORN PAINT Near. Roy Y, · Spanaway GRartlte 4100

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