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THURSDAY, AUGNST 19, 1954.

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Sfc. William H. Lamons, Rt. 11, Box 4, Tacoma, was listed . U .~ ntnong passengers from the Far East on the USNS Marine Ad· <for, arriving Saturday at the , llJil 0: Army Post of Embarkation, Seattle. Members of the Evergreen Active club of Parkland will man the gas pumps at two local service stations Saturday-and collect all gas profits for the day to use in their current proj. ect for cerebral palsy victims. The two serVice stations so

generously donating the profits are the Fritz Beitz Shell SelfService spot at Airport and Pa· cific, across from the National Bank of Washington, and Wolford & Brazeau station, Sixth and Spragui;, Tacoma. The Parkland Active club depends on the gas sales and the Christmas tree lots for funds to carry on worthwl:iile assist· ance to crippled .children. Mem· hers will appreciate the patron· age of the public. C. F. "Mac" McLaughlin is president;· Jack Clark, vice president; Bill Sanders, secre. tary; Jack Dunn; treasurer. On summer vacation at present, the club will next month resume regu,lar weekly meetings at Jean's Cafe, 38th and Park, second and fourth Thursdays at 7:30 p.m.

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Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Irish of Montana Ave. recently returned from a six-weeks trip on which they travelled 6,2-17 miles lhrough 11 states. They visited relatives whom they had not seen for many years. Now 111< Army

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Sgt. l·C and Mrs. James Phillips announce the birth of their second son S leven Fred, 7 lbs. 4112 oz., August 10 at Madigan General hospital. He was welcomed home by "big brother" .Timmie, age 13 months. The proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wuestney of 84th street and Mr. and Mrs. Golden Phillips of Berwick, IlOn Vacation Mr. and Mrs. Ario Morton linois. Congratulations, Sgt. and Mrs. Phillips. and children are spending their Three Birthdays vacation camping at Deception Pass. A ·dinner party to celebrate the joint birthdays of Mrs. L. R. Field, her. son-in-law, Ray Squires, and her granddaughter Mrs. Jack Saylor (nee Layle Quick relief NEPHRON IN- Hopkins), was given Saturday, HALATION THERAPY has August 14, at the Ray Squires helped countless thc;usands. Ask home on 96th St. Two birthday about our Trial offer. See your cakes were cut for the occaDrugg:ist or white NEPHRON sion, and the honor guests were COMPANY, Tacoma 1, Wash. the recipients of many lovely gifts. This was the first time in many years that all members SPECIAL .and relatives of. Mrs. Field's family were gathered together Bond Brake Shoes Installed at the same time. The families Buick Series 40 • 50 present were the Fields, Squires, Chevrolet 1946 - 53 Armstrongs, and Dargans. Pontiac 1946 . 53 Happy birthday to all. Labor and Material

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MARJORIE J. DOERING, Plaintiff, vs. DAVID R. DOERING, Defendant. THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, to the said DAVID R. DOERING, 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 failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of the complaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said court . Plaintiff seeks divorce upon the grounds of cruelty. SCHUYLER J. WITT Attorney for Plaintiff ~ Office and P:O. Address 11222 Pacific Avenue Tacoma 44, Wash. Published in the Times-Journal July 22, 29; Aug. 5, 12, J,9, 26, 1954.

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L. R. Overland, 306 East 121st St., returned recently from a visit of 2% weeks with his parents at the old family home at Harvey, N. D. Well along in their eighties, both of the senior Overlands are ha.le and hearty. T1he Parkland man says he enjoyed his visit ver:v much because, strangely enough the weather was cool during his entire stay.

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Homes in Parkland Commun-! - - - - - - - - - - - - - ity; Acreage close In, either with or without buildings. !COMPLETE BOOKKEEPING Service, including all tax reBert Brown Realty ports. Monthly basis, reason· able rates. John LaRue, PR 11220 Pacific Ave. 9886. 3p52 Office-Days. GR 8695 "Y" CAFE for rent or lease; on Evenings-YU 9221, 1 HI 3315 Pacific Avenue highway at Roy HI 6174 • LA 7161 cut-off; Rt. 1, Box 462-A; Spanaway, GR 6780. 3c49 Agent for American Express Money Orders ROTOVATING-$3.50 an hour, $5.00 minimum; H. L. Worley, GR 6297. 3ctf G. I.'s BRICK, block, masonry work NEED A HOME, nothing down? of any kind; free estimates; Eugene O'Dell, HI 6826. 3_ctf Have several in different locations. If you need help on LAWNMOWER Sharpening. A. financing, call Ralph Decker, A. Equipment Rentals; 3804 HI 9579. Pacific Ave. HI 6Hl3. 3ctf SOUTH TACOMA WE BUILD HOMES-Remodel, level buildings; cabinet work, $500 DOWN; immediate pos· Clean 2-bedroom, concrete work. Reasonable. session. GR 3550, MA 0706. 3ctf hardwood floors, 3-piece bath, large living room, nice kitchen, TOP snnJ. r> vard& $10 deliv- built-ins; utility room; cement ered; GR 8373. 3ctf foundations; 4 lots; on bus line. Call Ralph Decker, HI 9579. LAWNMOWERS Grinding, Lapping, Repairing. Pick-up & McKinley Hill Realty Delivery. Power, Hand. Rotary. HI 9579 N~~nd Used. PARKLAND @311 McKinley Ave. CY & KEY, GR 5772. 3ctf Member of Tacoma Real Estate Board

CREEK and two springs on property; large family home with fireplace. Barn and out buildings. Owner will take part trade. Call Orrin Moore, GR 8638, GR 5469, GR 3558.

East 80th - One Acre 4-BEDROOM home with fireplace and dining room. Good out buildings and 2-car garage. $9850.00 with 00 dov,m G.I. Call Helen O'Brien. GR 8638, GR 3558, GR 5469.

New 2-·Bedroom - One Acre ONLY $7',300.00 on this lovely home; good soil; G.I. or FHA; move right in. Call Helen O'Brien, GR 8638, GR 3558, GR 5469.

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Building Site TWO excellent building sites, located on East 121st St. Call John O'Leary, GR 6473, GR 8638.

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Two-Day Rodeo (Continued from Page 1) youth of the coinmunity. Details of the •grounds are handle~ through a .. board of commissioners headed by Ken Jacobs, AI Soine, Fritz Beitz and Mel Pederson who have been very helpful to tl).e producers in arranging this show. Don't forget this weekend ... two big days of rodeo and excitement starting at 2 p. m. daily at the Parkland Roundup grounds at 138th and South J. You will enjoy the bi~ show ... plenty of free parkmg ... tell your friends and we'll be seein you at the Big Rodeo at Parkland.

Pioneer Picnic Annual Pioneer picnic at Harts Lake Saturday, August 21. Dinner 12 :30 to 2 :00 p.m. C<;rffee, cream, and sugar fur-

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