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AHrusa Will Sponsor Exhibit Watercolor paintings by Miss Judith A. Jacobs of the Kansas State. Teachers college of Em.poria, Kansas, will be. exhibited in the art gallery (former chapel) of Pacific Lutheran college Al1gust 25 and 26. The event is sponsored by the Parkland Altrusa club and is complimentary tCJ .the public. The ex:hihit is open each day from .2 to 5 p.m. and again in the evening at 7 o'clock. All Altrus.a members wi:Il contrib-

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4•H LEADERS MEET -~eorge Purcell, County Agent, met recently with a group of 4-H leaders to discuss the rapidly deyeJoping youth program in the area. Four local clubs were repre!;ented, Spana-Park 4·H, Concordia, Sip 'n' Sew club and a new group, the Pretty Peppy Kids, in the Brookdale vicinity. Pictured, left to right: Seated-Mrs. Kenneth Graves, Mrs. Mel Pedersen, Mrs. Stan Willis, Mrs. Gerhard Haakenson; star1din·g-Mr. Purcell, Miss Thelma Nygaard, Art Smith, Mrs. Ross LeMaster, Ross LeMaster, James Sales, Mrs. Walt Malmgren, Miss Marlys Solterbeck. Not in the picture are three other leaders of Spana-Park cluJi,. Sam Brown, Mrs. Harold Bluhm and Mrs. Paul Nitz. With the Junior fair successfully held at Sumner last week arid the Puyallup fair coming soon, all the clubs are especially activ.e at this season. -Photo by McKewe"' Studio

Flagpole Kittie Fights Cold; Totr Busy To Notice.

Flagpole Kittie (Kathleen Donham) is learning about flagpole sitting the hard way! The roCJf of her shelter developed unexpected leaks· with Sun: YOUR day's rain and Kittie consequently developed Nle sniffles CLOTHES MCJnday. Everything in the shelter was wet by Tuesday, LAST but her cold seemed to be on LONGER the way out and. Kittie was busy applying a mastic compCJund to TOO stop the leaks. She says she doei>ri't have . time to worry WHEN aboµt a little thing like a .co.Id. .. Kittie's ascent to her "ivorv CLEANED tower" Saturday noon. proved pne,:f?fJ;h~.··.rnost ... exo~ting ..i;hows tl;lg Parli:land.area. had witness-. ed for · a long time. Approximately: 2000 people .gathered at the foot of the flagpole at 140th and Pacific to watch Kittie Ave. ·mount to her nest. Since the rules for flagpole North of the Bank Corner sitting ·prohibit the use of a ladder, the first half of the AT THE PLANT ascent necessitated an assist from Timber Topper Andy Balmer, who carried Kittie on his shoulders to the point where metal spikes had been set in the pole; from there on up Kittie completed the climb without turning a !mfr. Balmer was .1 amazed al her nerve-"She didn't even tremble," . he declared when he· reached the grow1d. Balmer is a coforful figure in . logging exhibitions, having star. red in the recent Jubilee at Morton. He has appeared at many such shCJws in other parts of we coun,y and is considered tops in his line. Interest in Kittie and her flagpole sitting continues to grow.' Over the weekend it was

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Four local 4-H clubs will entertain tho Pierce County 4-H Leaders Council, evening of Sept 2 at 8 o'clock in the PLC Student UnJon building. The host clubs are Spana-A-Park 4·H, Concordia 4-H, Sip 'n' Sew club and the Pretty Peppy Kids. Anyone interested in 4-H, and especially anyone interested in starting a new 4cH club, is urged to be present at this meeting. The new club yeai; starts Oct. 1. For further foformatiCJn, contact the leader of one of the four clubs or the county agent's office at the court house. The largest and most successful. Pieree County JuniCJr fair was held la·st week at Sumner and the local. 4-H clubs wen't all out in preparation for the eveht. Leaders and members alike are exhausted but very gratfied with the results, their members bringing home scores of ribbons. WHh two more fairs just ahead, the Western Washington fair at Puyallup and the State fair at Yakima, there is little time to rest and the 4-H'ers are already busy wlth details of their exhibits.

Sponsored by Clover Creek post No. 118, American L<'gion of Spanaway, an attractive entertainment featuring local talent will be held Friday, AL1gust 27, at 8 p.m. in the Spanaway school gS'rnnasium. The public is urged to attend. Tl:ie Leg.ion post i1as bc~cn dis~ tributing tickets for ihe past month and they will bC' avaUable at the door. Proceeds from the affair will go into the building funf!. The highlight of the evening will be the awarding of. a lady's hand tooled leather purse with shoulder straps and two other valuable gifts.

Elk Plain p..TA In anticipation of the coming school year, the executive board of the Elk Plain P-TA will hold the f.irst meeting at the home of Mrs. Henry Schmidt on Sept. 1, at 8:00 p.m.

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worked in support of the Bond Issue designed to provide ·funds Maurice Raymond to . complete the rebuilding of Congress Race Highway 99 and for the start of "My business background and construction on the Tacoma-MilMaurice Raymond, success- the experience and knowledge ton-Echo Lake-Snoqualmie Pass Tacoma sales executive and cut off. He has continuously president of the Tacoma Port I have gained in administering State Representative Elmer worked to secure funds for the· Comn1ission is a candidate for city and county affairs would A. Hyppa today officially open- cr'.mpletion of the Puyallup C:ongress on the ·Democratic be an important asset in coned his 25th District primary River Road, and he has receiv- ticket. Raymond, a native of ducting the office of County campaign for re-election on the ed in wrHing the assurance this Tacoma, ' comes from a well Assessor," declared L. Vl. (Roy) Democratic ticket. In seeking project will be completed in this known pioneer family. He is Craig, candidate for the Demore-election, Hyppa points to leg- biennium. Hyppa is also pledged preEently Vice-President of Piislation that he initiated and ta work for legislation that will oneer Inc., married and the cratic nomination for 1.hat office. He was associated wi!h supported while serving in one implement construction of a father of two grown sons. regular and one special session Cascade tunnel for motor traf· Raymond is best known for Craig & Sons Hardware on K at Olympia. f'ic, possible by way of Naches his industrial port development street for many years. He was In the Legislature, Hyppa Pass, financed by tolls. work. Elected Port Commis· elected Pierce County Clerk in served on the Sta•te Roads and As a member of the State sioner in 1952, he won the com- 1934 and re-elected in 1938. In Bridges Committee where he Institutions Committee, he sup- mendation of business men, in- 1942 he was elected City Conported new construction for dustrialists and labor for the troller. and re-elected unopposRainier State School at Buck· job he has done and is still doley and the State Soldiers Home ing for local development. As ed in 194·1. In 1946 he was Fishing Tackle at Orting under the existing Port Commissioner, he led the elected Commissioner of FinBond Issue. He will also con- fight to secure funds for dredg- ance and re-elected unopposed SOUTH END thme his fight for increased ing the Port Industrial Water- in 1950. appropriations for adequate way, for industrial tideflats dePLUMIHNG "During my six years as Comsalaries for the employees in velopment, to secure the oil re· missioner of Public Finance I HOME of SCHORN PAINT State Institutions. finery for this district, for the also served on the Pierce CounNear Roy V, Spanaway His support of labor legisla· Army Engineers port survey, GRanite 4100 tion has been recognized by for federal matching funds for ty Board of Equalization. From local leaders such as the 40 port development, and for sev- this experience I gained an inhour week for state institution· eral industrial plants now in sight itito property values in al employees and the tvvice a the process of moving into the the county and helped correct RENT AL TOOLS month pay for county employe· 6th Congressional Dislrict. many inequalities in valuations. es. Speaking in his own behalf and EQUIPMENT In asking the support of the As a Veteran of World War Raymond said: "As a lifelong voters of Pierce County for thG A Tool for Every Job II, he will support legislation Democrat I stand with our Demoffice of Assessor, I pledge, if across from Starlite Theatre for a Korean Ve~erans Bonus ocratic Senators Warren G. elected, lo give to the public urged by the V.F.W. and AmerMagnuson and Henry M. Jack· 8322 S. Tac. Way LA 4712 ican Legion State Conventions son on national, international the same capable, honest and the past few weeks. and economic issues. Voters in efficient service which has been On the Agriculture Commit· this D!strict have showr!- over· my consistent policy in the tee, he gave support to the ~helmmg support for this posi- past." He has been a resident HARDWARE berry growers of the Puyallup tion, a,nd .a~ your new Congress. of Pierce County for the past Fuller Paint . Republic Valley and to other measures man. I 11 JOm with this forward 50 years with the exception of Paint - Dramex of interest and be11efit to farm- l?ok~?g team by vote and acSuper Kemt-one 2'h years in the U.S. Navy durers of Pierce County. tion. Complete Stock ing World War I. He is marAs a member of the State "As your 6t~1 District ConSa\'e Time & Money Educational Committee, Hyppa ~ressma;1.I beheve I. can .be .of ried and owns his own home at voted for the "full educational I eal se1 vice, for this District 1801 So. 11th. MAG DANZ program'' for he not only be- lacks one ingrediS!1t '.or ~ms; Craig has been active for Lumber & Hardware Ji eves in good schools, staffed cess. a1:d that is a sellmg Job many years in civic and fratern11401 Pacific Ave. by adequately paid teachers; for it m Eastern and Congres· al organizations. He is a past GR. 5538 but also in new school conOoen Eve. 'Til 8 o.m. State Representative Hyppa captain of the U.S.S. Tacoma s•truction to eliminate "fire a firm advocate of Public Pow- post, Veterans of Foreign Wars traps" and "double shifting." er as the first step in job secur· and past third district com· ity, he believes our rivers should mander of tl1e' V.F.W., departbe developed by City electrical ment of Washington. He is a Bruce Ken. systems and Public Power Dist· member of the Masonic fraternGambill & Brown ricts, as well as. by the federal ity, Scottish Rile, Afifi temple, government. He wJll also sup1750 9th St. S. W. port fishways and hatchery past patron of Vida chapter, Puyallup constnwtion to compensate commercial and sports fishermen sional circles. I am qualified Basements - Backfills for losses resulting from dam in this field and offer my tal Driveways . Clearing impediment to natural spawn- en ts to the voters to use for the Leveling . Etc. ing. purpose of promoting our needs Elmer Hyppa is the Com- in the Halls of Congress." Fill Dirt . Gravel mander of Post No. 141'1, VetTop Soil "A well considered program, erans of Foreign Wars, a sta·te devised lo promote our producDozers ...Large & Small officer in the Fra Lerna! Order tive potential support by power of Eagles, chairman of the development to give us an adePh. ,..,uyal lup 5-2452 • 5-5487 - Estimates Cheerfully Given Trustees o[ the Community quate supply of electrical en· Memorial Hospital at Enum- ergy, will result in. a speed up claw, a member of the Puyal· of industrial, husiness and ship!up Elks, Masonic Order, Buck· ping activity, while insuring ky Kiwanis Club, Marion peace-time payrolls from Renton Grange, and Local No. 612 to Tacoma and from North Bend Operating Engineers of Tacoma. to Gig Harbor." He recently received commen"I promise, when elected, to We Deliver dation from educators for "fine carry on my efforts to sell inwork done in behalf of Buckley Rain or Shine dustrialists on Western expanschools." Rt. 13, Bex 659 - Airport & Canyon Road Representative Hyppa is mar- sion, ;rnd to sell federal agencried, and the father of three ies. on our development needs. children. He is a community My work as president of the leader and successful farmer. Port Commission has demonAs a legislator he is pledged to strated that we can do this job work for good government and successfully and that such · a" a sound state financial· posi- program will bring our district, industries, jobs and payrolls tion. without jeopardizing govern· ment economy." Maurice Raymond is well known for his work in building friendly cooperation between Fort Lewis, McChord Air Force Base and Tacoma. During World Viar II,· he was "emWITH ALL ployee relations offi~er" at Fort Lewis with some 5000 civilians under his jurisdiction. As chairTHAT PEP man of the Citizens Armed Forces Commiltec and former 8 Colors and Blends to Choose From - 1 WEEK ONLY chairman of the Tacoma Cham· those horses had at the Rodber of Commerce Armed Services Committee, Maurice Rayeo, Saturday and Sunday, I mond proved the value of "public relations" in promoting local II bet those riders wish they business payrolls. This. work, continued since 1940, has re· Nails & Tar Included Per had eaten some of our energy su!ted in directing millions of dollars into local trade channels packed Quality Feeds, too. to the lasting benefit of the en45 LB. l>ilEDUJM WEIGHT $2.39 tire area. Raymond is a member of the Per Roll Tar & Nails Included SUMMIT FEED Tacoma Elks, Masonic fraternity, Loyal Order of Moose, Proliom• ol "l.'W.er'e Quali«y Feod•" peller Club, Tacoma Chamber 55 LB. ROOFING of Commerce and Conncil for Per Roll Tar & Nails Included Greater Tacoma Inc. He is at Canyon Rd., next to present a director on the Board Summit Trading Co. of the Tacoma Athletic Commission and the Sea Cadets of BLACK BUILDING PAPER. Washington. A former school Per Roll We Deliver 500 Square Feet GR 7136 director, Raymond served on ~ the board at Lake City and Clpver Park High School.

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OES, Tacoma Elks, Tacoma Great public resources such as Eagles, Y.M.B.C. and South Hydro and Atomic Power beTacoma Kiwanis. long to all the people and should not be given away. If you see fit to honor me with a seat in Congress, I will never be .hesi · tant about raising a strong TO; THE CITIZENS OF voice where your interei;,ts are PARKLAKD & VICINITY concerned. I have lived in the Town of Sincerely, Steilacoom for 28 years, and I John T. Mccutcheon am intimately acquainted with

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the people of this area and their problems. I have been attorney for the Parkland Light and Water Company for the pa.st 17 or 18 years. I have seen your area grow and prosper and the end is not yet. ·we need more sources of Public Power. Fortunately, Ta. coma is going ahead with the Cowlitz Project. The Government should build a High Dam at Hell's Canyon. We will need them both and many more. ~ ..... -

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Midland Boy Scout troop No. 84 has taken on as its project for this year the selling of GE light globes. Armed with order blanks, the Scouts will make a door-to-door canvass of the Midland area, taking orders for globes of all kinds and sizes. Proceeds will be used. for ·troop activities. Clarence Skogg is Scoutmaster.

land, Wisconsin; sister of Larry Cleary of Midland, spent a few days here in Tacoma as she is completing her geographical tour of seven states with 33 other teachers. Miss Cleary is cell~braling her 45lh year of teaching and educating and is a principal in Vilisconsin. This is her first trip lo the Pacific Northwest and she was very much impressed.

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Spending a week recently at Lake McGilvery, 50 miles north of Chase, British Columbia, Canada, were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cook and Mr. and Mrs. Art Perkins, former Midland- GR. ROUND ites. Mrs. Cook reports that Beef this is the first year since 1748 BACON •• that they haven't caught their limit of fish up there, the reason being the cold weather. The Cooks spent several days nt Westport with Mr. and Mrs. George Owens and 'son, Johnny, also and went clamming. They stayed at the State Park which was so crowded with campers that they had to turn many away. JoAnn Schumacher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Owens, has been . visiting relatives in the East and has been in Kentucky, Indiana and Minnesota J and doesn't expect to be back till right before school. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Jensen and their daughter, Janet, returned recently from an enjoyable trip to California.

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south as San Diego. Here they visited. ll1anY friends _ befol,'e coming up the coast to Las Angeles and San Francisco. The Knolls resided in California before moving to the home _where they now live, so they had many friends, besides relatives to visit. The speci3.l reason for the trip was to see Mr. Knoll's mother, Mrs. Charles Knoll, who resides in Ontario, California. While south they made their first trip to the mission of San Juan Capistrano and felt it one of the nicest stops in their travel_s. Other_ high-lights were Lake Tahoe, Crater Lake, Monterey and Carmel-By-theSea.

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Summit News With Mr.. and Mrs. M. S. Rau enjoying a fortnight's vacation stay at a Montana resort in celebrallo_n of their 50lh wedding anniversary, their many friends in the community are planning a pleasant surprise for them on their return. The Raus are expected back Wednesday, Sept. 1, and on the following evening, Thursday, Sept. 2, an informal reception will be held for them in the social hall of the Summit Methodist church. The affair is sponsored by 'the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the church with Mr. Thompson's _ sister, Mrs. Harold . Benfield,_ and Mrs. Thompson's brother, Walter Thomson. More time was spent in Lexington, visiting mo.re relatives, and leaving there they ·drove up thru the east entrance of Yellowstone to take in the 5ights of Old Faithful, the Paint Pot· and· many other· interesting places irt the park'. The temperature rose to 104 degrees but they fortunately missed the bad heat wave.

Beyer, Mrs. E. B. Heister, Mrs. Lew Dillman, Mrs. Axel Ifolley and several others busy wi U1 the arrangements. As mentioned above, it is hoped to keep the affair a surprise to the honored couple. Those in charge are planning for· a large attendance and cordially invite everybody in the neighborhood to call during the evening te offer congratulations and best wishes to the Raus, ·a· couple who have lived at Summit many years and hav.e been active in practically all the community projects.

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Mr..and Mrs. Chester Thorp and family spent the weekend in Yakima visiting his parents and family: Vlsl_tors

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Guests ..of the.Sterling Harsh. mans of Apply way were Mr. Harshman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hars·hman of Lake Stevens, near ·Everett, and Mr. Harshman's aunt, Mrs. .Pearl Ryan of Centralia.

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The problems of the State of Washington are always with us but every two years when the Leeymatuse meets, these problems are high-lighted by the discussions, agitation and actions of the Legislative body in trying to solve .these said problems. Prior to the convening of the Legislature it is, of course, necessary to elect representatives who will represent and serve the people at Olympia. It is apparent that the Town Hall Conununity Meeting cannot run the affairs of our State ;md our forefathers wisely provided for representative Government by an election every two years for persons to represent and be the spokesmen of the people in running the affairs of this State. For twenty years the writer has served in the House of Representatives and in the Senate dealing with these problems. He has been keenly conscious of them in his own city and county and has taken an active par.t at home as well as in the Legislative halls in seeking solutions and in striving ·for good Government. I do not propose to give a long list of these matters and claim great distinction in solving them. Neither do I feel that the reader is too interested in a long recital of personal qualities and achievements. My rec· ord · speaks for itself and suf fice it to say that I will render true. and earnest service to the people of my district and the State as a whole in performing the work: of State Senator of the 29th District.

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Legion News Phyllis & Bill Blackstone Publicity Chairmen Officers for the new year were recently installed in colorful ceremonies at the Parkland Grade School. The= Post officers were installed by the Fourth District Commander, Ed Faker and assisted by Bill Trice, Distocfot Vice-Commander and Claude Race, District Vice-Commander elect. 'I1he Unit was in· ~talled by Fourlli District

President Mrs. James Linder, assisted by Mrs. C. E. Perry, District President elect and.Mrs. Robert Gray, District Vice President elect. Musician was Mrs. W. P. Blackstone of Parlr· land.

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New Officers For Parkland Post And Auxiliary

2; Clarence Hughes, Yelm Unit, No. 164; T. J. Murnen, Ort· ing Unit No. 167; Tommye Jef. ferson, Dr. Geo. Washington Carved Unit No. 222; Glen Vormestrand, Eatonville Unit No. 148; Bill Marsden, WW Il Unit 202, and Robert Gray, Hood Canal Unit No. 230. Others assisting during the evening were l\1esdames Connie Lawson, Eleanor Beebe, and Ethel Johnson.

BUSINESS IS SAFE When you can snaKe hands with your competitor and mean it-when you can work hard in your business and love it-then business is safe. When you advertise service and give it-when you can build a reputation and keep it-then business is safe. * .. .. When you can accept wise Mr. and Mrs. Bill Blaekstone counsel and heed it-when you were unable to attend the state -~convention in Aberdeen due to UPHOLSTER.ING the death of Mrs. Blackstone's Recovering and Rebulldllli! stepcfather, Mr. George Bay. Cushions ftebullt lard. Mr. Baylard was a Leg· Free Estimate111 ionaire for 35 years and passed FUR{l41TURE away following a long illness AND RUG CLEANING at Fresno, California. Also atPARKLAND tending the funeral which was U P ·H 0 I.. Ill T Ii R V conducted by the American 12814 Paclflo AVGIOUill Legion at Fresno was Cpl. Ron<lR 3201 R1111.1. 3181 ald Painter now stationed at Oakland Army Base, and former resident of Tacoma. LAKEWOOD

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Mrs. James Linder, Fourth District Jr. Past President and also a past president of the Parkland Unit, was honored at a reception given by the Parkland Unit, just prior to the State Convention held at Ab· erdeen. Decorations carried out the Hawaiian theme with all guests being presented with a Hawaii Lei. The affair was held at Betty Vogel's Country House Sheet Metal Werk with 114 attending. Mrs. Bill Blackstone was general chairPoultry &: Pet Stock man for the evening and pre· Equipment sented a program of Hawaiian songs sung by Miss Judy Ed· Speolal Attention minister, Lakeview, and Miss to Dawn Bogue, DuPont; hula Speclal Equipment dances by Miss Jo Jo Watson, Olympia, and Hawaiian guitar background music during the "' evening by Miss Willie Peeples, Tacoma. Vacationing Legionairetl are New officers of the American Legion Post No. 228, Parkland, for the 1954-55 term are left to ~'1372 The large, buffet table wa s right: Al Seaman, Jr. Past Commander; Sam Carta, Commander; James Jensen-, Sr. Vice Commander and Mrs. Sam • • decorated wiUJ, red roses and Commander; Bill Blackstone, Jr. Vice ~ommander; George Stewart, Adjutant and Finance Of· Carta at Wenatchee; Pa.at Comdr. and Past District Presi· ----------------------------=,~ ficer; Sev Kittelson, Chaplain; Waltl!r Fritz, Historian; alld Roger Crusan, Sgt. at Arms. dent James Linder at DePoe l'!JeW Ill THE TIME TO Bay, Oregon; Mr. and Mra. Install A Well or CDeck That Water Preawre Blackstone at Rainier National we Guarantee Fut-I Presaure with an Aclvanee Wator &)!'ll'l:em Park; Mr. and Mrs. James Jen. ~ Our Bid oo your Water PooWemii - You Save Jloaley sen just returned from Okanogan and Mr. and Mrs. George 11M35 Se.nth Sheridan Stewart just returned from Alaska.

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Newly installed officers of the American Legion Auxilfary Unit No. 228, Parkland, for the !95455 term include, left to right: Mesdames George Stewart, Sgt. at Arms; Sam Carta, Treasurer; Bill Blackstone, Secretary; Caleb Carpenter, Chaplain; Roger Crusan, 1st Vice President; J. N. Johnsen, 2nd Vice President; C. E. Perry, 4th District President of Olympia; Henry Swanson, President; James Linder, 4th District Jr. Past President; James Jensen, Jr. Past President; and Walter Fritz, Historian. Photo by McKewen

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By C. R; Doran A calf sale in 1955 for 4-H'ers and F.F.A. boys is ass.ured by a decision of the Kirig County Holstein club in their June meeting.. Their decision meant agreement to accept the invitation of the Pierce. County Holstein club to cooperate in the the 1955 event. Pete Anger of Carnation is president of King County group. Dr. F. R. Murdock,. dairyman at West~rn Washington Experiment Station is the Pierce County president. This yvill be good news. to youthful dairymen to know that calf sales will be resumed after a one. year lapse. Eeven annual sales were held at Puyallup. They placed more than 200 quality animals in the hands of young farmers. Most of the top animals exhibited so proudly. at fairs by y~un.gsters from t111s area were acquired through the calf sale. Many new purebred .herds have started.by th~e sales. .· Consider the g?od for~nes of Warren McCorrmck of Firgrove. At. th~ 1949 calf sale he bought a. registered Guernsey calf cons1'?1ed by A. M. Sterrenburg ~f Milton. In 1~53 (I haven t checJl:ed yet ~s ;year) .he had a 4-year-old rmlkmg eow. Her 2-year-old daughter was lllilking too. Another daug'hter was one year old al}d the baby was a heifer too. ·This 2· Year-old heif· er added to his .herd by making Warren the proud owner of another heifer calf bringing his total to 5 purebred Guernseys in the short span of four years after· his lucky selection at the 4-H and F.F.A. calf sale.

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be provided if a complete mash ration is fed. Water space should be supplied at the rate ef 2%. feet of trough ·per 100 hens. This trough must be arrang. ed so the birds can drink from both sides. A good rule of thumb for nests is one nest •for each five birds. It would be a good idea to do a little calculating on conditions in the poultry house. Increased production and profits may be the result of proper feeding space.

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Taco as· sociati nmne ·Puya· ers' assl>Cia,l,ion. This ertthusiasti~ group:?11eets the first Sat· urday ()f ~~leh month at 8:00 p.m. •in thqi't }Vestern Washing. ton :E;xperi..,ent Station winter school bui!ilng, Puyallup. The main objecfl:ve of this group is to promote successful rabbit production. This is accomplished through discussions and educational lectures at the association meetings and shows. One indication of the success of the group is shown in the 4-H club program. Mrs. Graves of Parkland gave a good summary of the rabbit association's ,work when she mentioned to me how much her 4-H i:nembers ha.d learned by attending the rabbit club meetings. Anyone interested in learning more about rabbit management is invited to attend the month.ly meetings of the Puyallup Valley Rabbit Breeders' associatioh. Officers of the group are: president, Clarence Jorgenson; secretary, Mrs. Kathryn Wiebe; vice president, Allen Wiebe; and treasurer, S. H. Willis.

By Morrill Delano I've noticed that the Blue Lake beans about the country are making nice growth 'now. However now is the time to keep your eye "peeled" for any aphis infestation. At the first sign of aphis, spray or dust with a TEPP compound. If dust is to be applied use a 1 % TEPP dust; as a spray use % tablespoon of the concentrated liquid to 3 gallons of water. This will be a sure and quick end to aphis if usedand there is no harmful residue built up from its use. Ernest I. Hopp One agricultural group that quite frequently is overlooked is the rabbit growers. Possibly ·one reason is that even though many rabbits are raised in this area there are many small back. yard herds. Then too, rabbits don't require as much housing space 'BS larger farm animals. So it is very easy not to notice these fur bearing animals. . ·. Durmg the past ~ew yea_rs, s~ate and local r~bb1t assocmt1ons have done much .to enGR 4700 • HI 2177. HI 7858 courage. successful rabbit. pro10329 Pacific Avenue duction. A good example 15 the . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 'Iii

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HIGHLAND'S Hi-Nutr A helps you raise calves; Better! Fast- FOH. SALE - 1 lovely shrubs; er, Replaces all milk safely! 1 about 12 ft. tall; 3 about 8 208 Garfield Street After Colostrum, Highland ft. tall, lovely for decor a ting, GEORGE PURDUE-Plumbing .. . building or service station I Heating. New work. Remodel- Deal with the P. eople who glve Feed. 96th at Portland Ave. 769 So. 113th St., Tacoma; GR\ GR 8585. 13c49 ing, Repairs. Phone GR 4477. you their own personal atten6140. 15p4S· . 3ct.f 1tion." COMPLETE LINE of poultry 2 Fawn and dairy feeds. Highland FOR SALE SEPTIC TANK£ CLEANEDpups, AKC registered. Ears Contents hauled away. Don G. I? Financing F.H.A. Feed, 96th at Portland Ave. cropped. Champion stock GR 8585. 13c49 Redford, 8232 So. Fawcett, GA Papers furnished. 9805 Patter· 7334. If no answer call GA 9222 WE NEED listings of all kinds. 15p50 'I 3ctf Farms, acreage, lots, building 14--Situation Wanted son Hoad. GR 7130. sites, homes, (new or old, 1, 2, FOR SALE - Used baby b0d, spotless mattress used 2 weeks, 3, 4 bedrooms). ACE SEPTIC ACCORDION LESSONS in $15; phone Puyallup 5-7653 · your home; instrument furn- after 7 p.m. 15c50 JAMES IR. LORING ished; call HA 5788 collect. SERVICE . REAL ESTATE Septic Tanks Clean-eel - 14ctf FOR s,AL~"-:--- .High ~1-;~ir $8; lur coat $2u, stroller $6, Rt. 7, 12609 Pacific Ave., Parkland EXPERIENCED , . \Y 0 M ~ N I Box 253; GR 7758. GR 4343 wants typing, m1mographmg I · ·------15p50 ' GRanlte 4148 Anytime MA 2172 O. El.ACKLEY or addressing letters and cards FOR SALE - Maytag washer, at her home; GR 7273. 14c51 perfect condition; party mov. FOR SALE 3-bedroom house 'l"RACTOR WORK - Plowing, in Roy, furnished or unfurn- RESPONSIBLE WOMAN ii:g out o~ state; 9324East Har-, discing, blade wurk, mowing; ished; 11hown by appointment. ~5c50 \ Fred Ladwig, GR 8028. 3ctf Write or phone owner, Miss J. wants baby sitting and .child rison, Midland. care; call evenings, GR 4866. GRAIN-Whole or ground dirMac Chambers, 801 So. G St., 14c50 ect from the MILL. Feeds LAWNMOWER Sharpening & Tacoma; phone BR 1967; 9ctf ----------ground and mixed to order. '.Repairing. Free pick-up and 9ctf BRICK WORK -; House l~v:el- GR 8585. Highland Feed, 96th delivery in Lakes area. Phone ing and foundations, r~tam~ng. at Portland Ave. 15c49 LA 8002. 3ctf FOR SALE - G.I. equity in 2- walls sidewalk and patios, f!re-1 bedroom house. Parkland area, place' and stone work. GR 4291 COMPLETE SUPPLY of medi$1800. Present mortgage G.l. evenings. 14otf . cation for your farm animals. Hutson 4% at $54 per month. Call . - - · Ask Doc Highland, GR 8585. GR 8647. 9ctf WISH to care for preschool _age Highland Feed 96th at Port. TANK CLEANING child in my home; superVJscd land Ave. ' 15c49. SEPTIC TANKS - CES~ care; Mrs. Colleen Hoffman, _ - - - --POOLS CLEANED 118 East 121st St.; GR 7361. FOR SALE - Visi-Matic Ken14p50 more washer $50; 1703 East Contents Hauled Away - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Mt. Tacoma Drive. 15p50 HI 3980 . HA 7038 G. I. CLOSING COST 15-Misceiianeous WHIPPING CREAM-; also 6-\ 1 '.4. ACRES, 2-bedroom home· SMITH CABINET SHOP-Re· hot water heal; large living year crib,. mattress; perfect I modeling, kitchen cabinets; we room, bath, nook, built-in kit- LEAVE FILM at Quality Photo condition; GR 3704. 15c50' for developing. In at sell glass; 16309 3. Park, Span. chen with dishwasher & garb· Service 1 USED BARGAINS away; GR 7949. 3ctf age disp~sal utility; attached 10, out at 5. 9610 Pacific Ave. 15ctf Rockers ....$2.00, $8.00, $10.00 garage; $12,000.00. RAY GOGAN ROMAK BRICK Davcno --···--·---- ---··-----·----·-$17.50 i SPECIAL ORDER CAKES LANDS CA PE CONSTRUC- BEAUTIFUL yard with loads Phone GR 3330, P.atty Ann Small Davenport ---··-··-·--$14.50 · TION. General landscaping of flowers and shrubs. Two Bakery. 15ctf Twin poster bed complete with service. New lawns, peat soil, nice size bedrooms, tile bath; coil spring and inner spring topsoil, shrubbe1~', ro12keries. large living room with fire- FOR SALE - Siegler heaters Nothing down, 36 months to place; dining room; hardwood at Parkland Fuel Oil Service; mattress ---·-·-----····--------····-$32.50 pay. GR 3127. 3ctf floors; built-in kitchen and GR 8684; 120th & Pacific Ave. Bathinettc; and stand A-1 $7.00 nook; full basement, automat· 15ctf New 5 drawer unfinished chests ····---············--··-···----···$14.75 LAWNMOWER sharpening; ic furnace. Tfris is an outstand-,-------· PARKWAY FURNITURE saw filing; work guaranteed. ing home; $16,250.00. F.H.A. 161-INdCI${14UPLAdND$16·slalbd, 2-c_ordi tern1S oa s, • an . , a er fire- , Corner Waller and Collins. · s 'pla~e wood, green, $15; Black 141 & Pacific GR. 3941 GR 7687. . 3ctf 4 500 $500 DO\vN, 'move into this Prmce stoker coal, $16.30; Open Till 9:00 & range coal, $12.70; HOUSE MOVING - Leveling, nicf' one-h0droom ~home on 4 lump6520 15ctf FOR SALE - Furniture Auct- l,11.!1 foundations; cement work; free lots; wired 220 for washer and GR • · FOR SALE - Used heaters at ion Wednesday, September 1, U estimates. PR 2653. 3ctf dryer. _ _,_ · - - - ACREAGE FOR BUILDING Parkland Fuel Oil Service; 7 :00 P. M. Spanaway Auction ti( CLEANING, REPAIRING fur- MR. BUILDER-12 lots on 72nd GR 8684; 120th & Pacific Ave. 149 and Pacific at· new barn. A. naces, stokers, oil heaters; near McKinley; $2,400; terms. 15ctf Consigned for this sale: table and chairs, electric stoves, bed- Id Reliable Oil Durner Service, 2 1/, ACRES with water, $1250; WANTED - Chickens and rab- room sets, dressers, chest of · :C GR 6033. 3ctf $500 down; $20 a month. bits. Call us before you sell. drawers, 1 Duncan Phyfe din- 115 ACRES, good land, $1750.00; Cope's Poultry Market, 7036 ing room set, 1 Estey orgart in · $:500 down; $20 a month. 5-Help Wanted Pacific Ave., Tacoma, Wash. good condition, refrigerators, 1115ctf bunk beds, wrought iron dinLET US HELP YOU plan your HA 4406. ing room set, 2 radio phono- ..,. A VON territory now open in new home. TAP, ACROBATIC, BALLET graph combinations one like ~ Spanaway; customers waiting classes. All ages. Mildred new, washers and many misc. I W for service; we train you. Write Keller, GR 7881. 15ctf articles. For information and. h , Avon, 4214 North Highland, consignments call GR 6895. I :::! 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Holstein, Guernsey, JerCo., Bingham Road. Just west sey, Milking Shorthorn, Brown of Summit View; GR 8591. 8ctf WASHING MACHINE PARTS. Parkland; adults; MA 6430. 15p50 Swiss, Hereford. Call Puyallup Largest stock in town. Repair5-8393. 16ctf ing that pleases. B.B.'s Washer Service, 3727 So. G. HI 9409. WANTED to contact someone 9-Real Estate going to Okan~gan for apple llctf CASH for milk cows, beef,·· picking this year. Have light heifers, veal and hogs. Call R. FREE APPRAISAL COMPLETE OPTICAL SERV- truck. Also have 4 kittens to Thackeray collect, Puyallup. NEED LISTINGS, acreage ICE now available in South give free to good homes; Bow- 5-5414. · 16ctf man, 1 mile East on 176th, 2 1 1 mn;il o;.° i!r~~c1 J-~~~~ i~m~lt~~ ;;tl~~~a~v~~~~\in~"~Yi;,(x~~p~: Spanaway. 15c50 .Let us HELP YOU sell and No parking problems. Dr. your home. Help You Wagner and Associates, Optom- FOR SALE - 12' trailer house, GR 3871, days or eve- · etrists, 3509 So. 54th. Phone sleeps three; all the convenning. 9ctf HA 8572. llctf iences of home; J.igh t, easy to haul; very reasonable; GR 8647. 15c50 MUST SELL - OWNER :li'ivc-ycar-old Parkland ramb- 12-Used Autos FOR SALE - Baby layette, ler; attached garage, fenced new; lovely for gift; GR 3306. '37 Plymouth 4y<ird; convenient to school, bus, FOR SALE 15ctf McChord. Will sell equity, bal. door. Rebuilt motor; good heatLIVE in Woodland district; er and radio; good tires; $85; ance 4% or other terms; ask· frng price $8750.00-makc offer. inquire Point Ohop Resort, want ironing and mending; GR 7339 after 6 p.m. 9 phone Eatonville 2-3663. 12c50 phone Puyallup 5-7653. 15c50

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OF WATER RESOURCES, OLYMPIA. NOTICE OF GROUND WATER RIGHT APPLICATION NO 3729 • TAKE NOTICE that Spana· way Water. Company of Spanaway, Washmgton on August 9, 1954 filed application for permit to withdraw public ground waters through a well situated within Lots 25-36, Block 53 of Lake Park Addition of Section 28, Township 19 N., Range 3E. W. M., in Pierce County, in the .amount of 500 gallons per min•ute, subject to existing rights continuously, each year for the purpose of municipal supply. · Any objections must be accompanied by a two dollar ($2.00) recording fee and filed with the State Supervisor of Water Resources within thirty (30) days from September 2, 1954. Witness my hand and official seal this 18th day of August, 1954. M. G. WALKER State Supervisior of Water Resources Published in the Times-Journal Aug. 26, Sept. 2, 1954.

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BIG GRANDSTAND SHOW! RESERVE YOUR GRANDSTAND SEATS NOW!.

Rosorved seal• for the afternoon and evening Grandstand Show will be reserved for you if you will llll out the coupon and mail, with check or money order, to the:

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Prices Effective Friday and Saturday, August 27th .and 28th

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50 Lbs.

POTATOES

$1.19

CANNING

25 Lb. Box

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