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To the rnCJ.ny wno have seemed worried because my roof leaked and I had a cold: I deeply appreciate the interest shown and am happy to say that I now have the roof fixed and my cold is gone and forgot! c'n. That storm last Thursday afternoon wasreally something! While it was a real spectacle to watch, I must admit that I didn't like it any too well-they provided practically everything possible for my comfort but didn't equip my nest with lightning rods.

The enHrc Japanese garri· son on Makin Island was annihilated by the 2nd Marine Raider Battalion in its raid on August 17, 1942.

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FOR SCHOOL WEAR· Poll-Parrot Shoes ring the bell for style, fi.t. comfort and wear ••• because they're pretested. Yes, actually test-worn by .active children co make sure ~b~y're righ~ fof 1P1::" children: S~e our. jusi--right:for~schooi selection soon. Priced Right According to Size & Style· Childrens Sizes 8Y2 ·12............ ·····-·······5.95 & 6.45 Misses Sizes 12Y,·3 .................................. 6.45 & 6.95 Growing Girls Sizes 4Y,-10..............................7.95 Youths Sizes 12Y2 -3 ................................ 6.45 & 6.95 Boys Sizes 1-6 .........................................6.95 to 8.45 MANY STYLES TO CHOOSE FROM Correct Fitting Assured

by Phyllis & Bill Blackstone Publicity Chair.men .Fifty patients from the American Lake Veterans HoS· pital will be treated toreser':'ed seats rn the grandstand sect10n at the Puyallup State Fair in September, thanks to the .unselfish efforts of Sev IGttleson, Department of Washington Hos. piLul chairman for the hospital. Mr, Kittleson who is also a past curnmandcr of Parkland Post No. 228, stated, "each patient is accompanied by an attend· ant from the hosoital and tickets for the seats iiave been paid by donations from the ·American Legion Posts of ihE! F'ourth Dis lri cl". He al so reported that '\;he Pa):kland Post has paid for 7 spats whHe the Parkland-Unit with Mrs. C. H. Carpenter, re· habilitation chairman, has paid for 6 seats. Admission to the Front row, M ·s. N. Ml.leller, M}s. Sharpe, Morris Ford, fair is donated by the Puyallup William Casey, Orville Weel<s, Ed.Nelson, Mrs .... Harold Teeters,.f11rs. Albert Schimke; back row, Fair Association. Mr. Kittleson received the Matt Manley, Robert Sharpe, Tim i'ommervik, Mrs. Willi<1m Rgot, Mrs. Harold Levaas, Mrs. Elmer Morud, Mrs. Hazel Schmalle, Mrs. E. M. Krumm, Mrs. Verona Gottschalk, Del Schaefer, appointment of Department Mrs. Tella Larson, Russ Malvay. Photo by Bertram Bogue Hospital chairman for the American Lake Hospital and the Orting Soldiers Home durt. t 115> i:.L • ,.. .... 11 ing . the state convention 1held Onl ftCCll '°'Cllllr!;lllUC!J es 1Dern~1 '°'@mmBuee recently at Aberdeen from the newly elected Department Com. Invited il'o Speak Meetings Sl~ted ·.• • · ·. ~ mander, Dr. H. H. Kretzler of The Roy Grange, Lacamas The Bethel committee picnic, Seattle. W. P. Blackstone, Jr. Viee Community Benston for Aug. at rained the Metro· Grange will club hold :md meetings in set po!itan park, 19 was out. ·. · " Commander and entertainment .their re,spective halls Thu~sday Members met instead at the chairman for the Parkland Post, evening, Sept. 9, to permit all home of Mrs. John Iverson for • furnished a program for the candidates in t..'1e pril'.l~ry elec- pot!uck lun;heon and short. , Fire of undetermined origin patients at the American Lake tion to speak. All c1t1zens of busmess sess10n. Hospital under the direction of the three areas are urg;ed to atThe committee is composed practically destroyed the Little Mr. Kittleson, August 17th. The Piner early Monday morning. tend the nearest meeting. of officers of all P-TA and Pre· The Parkland and Spanaway entertainment included Dawn school groups of the school dist- folunteer Fire departments Bogue of DuPont and Judy Edrict. Meetings will be held as were called at but the fire minister .of Lakeview, singers; follows: Kapowsin school, Sept had apparently 3:50 been burning so Charles McGee, Lakeview, ac'29; Elk Plain school, Nov. 29; fong. before breaking into vis- QOrdionist;.Roy ,CUmmings, outSpanaway school, Jan. 26; Rov ~ble flames that the entire place standing trumpet soloist and school, March 30; Bethel high was charred. The building, winner· of many talent shows school, May 25. and Phyllis Blackstone, volun~wned' by Ole Jacobs, was cov~red by insurance. The. Diner teer hospital worker from the Parkland Unit, accompanied the Sgt. Richard D. Meissner of \YaS .operated by Robert Danzl. group at the piano. .RefreshRt. 1, Box 479-A, Spanaway, Home· Burns ments were served by the fol. has.been assigned.to the 1006t.h ~i The Parkland firemen were lowing Parkland. Post LegionService Unit as assistant chief &alled to 214 South 104th St. aires: Al Puett, Frank Daniels, Blackstone and Kittelson. of the post communications ]j'riday afternoon at 2:30 .Mrs. James Linder is a pacenter. A veteran of IC::orea, ·he ~ight flames in a . t!hree-room served i!l the Far Ea&ttheater 11:ol!se owned by f'o.lice .Shepard. tient at Barnes Hospital, Vanfrom November 1951 until·• last 'il'h,e hous.e was m~ured. J. H. couver and ·will be hospitalized ' · · · · · ~nee ;yas .th.e occupant. The for several months. Mrs. LindSeptember. iptiirior was completely gutted. er is . a past fourth district :2 Pa,rkland firemen urge any. .:president and a past president Frank W• Everson)§ back p1 ~ll!l reporti,ng a .fire to be sure of the Parkland Unit. Mrs: Lind· the .• United Stat<'s again. after '3· iflrr·/give•.· the. co:p:·ect ..·address; er. is asking for letters.· frofo six months . cruise in the F.ar tl1e.. J'ji·streport of Friday's fire home to keep her oc.:;upieQ: an~, will· answer. as many as . posEast aboard the destroyer USS sent tl):em: 10 ·blocks. away from s.ible. Due to limited space at . · · ·. · ·. .· · · the braze. The telephone' num" Higbee .. He 1s the son of Mr. ber GR .8122 should be used the hospital .she has requested and Mrs. Frank M ...Everson of only to report firies, . all other that her· friends please not send flowers or plants, Write to, 83;:12 South Park Ave. calls to go to GR 8530. Mrs. James Linder; Ward No. 1, Barnes· Hospital, Vancouver, Wash,

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The Marines ·have fought in every war tJ1e United States has . The Span-A-~Park ·1·H club engaged iQ since the Revolu· was well represented at the• lion. P~erce County Junior fafr at Sumner. Wilh one of the largest herds at the fair they tied ·11i,;:·MPOR.ARY . . . ' with R1vers1de for nrst placf> in •herdsmanship. In fittina and LOCA.YION . . . .~ . ' showrng m the Ju~1or diVJs10n, l 14 St. blue ribbons were won by Shiela Sales, Kathleen Brown and Just Across from Diane Smith; David Smith won Parkland Centre Bldg. ribbon in the Senior a . .blue . d1v1s10n. Blue ribbons in the Jersey class went to Nancy Brown, GR 3691 Diane Smith, Theresa Brown and Karen Laudinsky; Lavonne Rognes took Reserve Champ, ion on her Guernsey and George Bluhm took Grand Champ' ion with her milking S'horthorn.

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My phone is busy much of the time and I enjoy talking to people at any time. Only thing is, I want an answer when I say Hello. Some folks don't say a word-just hang up. Please SAY something when you call. My number is GR 4777. I guess I missed something pretty exciting early Monday morning when the Little Diner bunted. They tell me there were four fire engines there, each one roaring up with siren going full blast, and I didn't even wake up. Yours on the; Up & Up Flagpole Kittie

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Pre-Registration All new students entering the James Sales grade school for the first time should register at the school Friday, Sept. 3, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. Birth certificates are required for those pupils entering kind· ergarten er first grade for the first time.

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Woodland is not just an ordinary community but a community wi 1:h a heart, as has bcc·n proven many times in the past. It is a group .. of people who arc cager to help and to prove themselves more than just friends. This we found out ourselves during Mr. Cordes' recent iilness. It would be im· possible to thank individually each and every one who proved such good friends and neighbors. Cakes and pies were sent to our home, and flowers and gifts and prayers were so plentiful that I'd like to take this opportunity to say "thanks." Mrs. Cordes Home From Hospital Little Donna Marie Tucker is back from Tacoma General hospital after surgery and' is rap-

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"A vote for Thorp is a vote to return the schoo2s to a philcsopny based on the brand of Americanism that will survive the onslauvht of the pagan Communistic '1-\;orld." honeymoon trlp to Yakima. P·TA Board The executive board of the Collins P-TA will hold their first meeting of the year this ,evening, Sept. 2, in the gym at 8:00. All members are urged to be present. ·

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That fall I enllsled in the Air Force and served in the European theater of war, flying 57 combat missions. In 1945 I enrolled at Pacific Lutheran College and was graduated in 1948 with a BA in education. In the summer of 1930 I received a BE l degree. I taught for three years at Woodland and was principal at Clover Creek for two years. During the past year I have 'been a substitute teacher in the Tacoma area. "I am a memDer of the First Pn~sbyterian Church, Rhodes Ul Post American Legion, the ~ Teamsters Union, Local No. :::> 313, the YMCA, the Eagles Lodge, the Odd Fellows Lodge. "I believe I have filed for :t the most important office on the ballot this fall. 'l'he office of Supccrintendent of Schools is in my opinion a sacr0d trust that demands sincerity and rkvotion. I believe that the ofJ'ice should take the lcrulcrsh'p in a program of Ame1jcanism never known before in tb:s LU'('a. Tlw challenges L~ia t i:acc the public schools today leave nn rnom for questionable individ· uals in its ranks. I believe it is time for people in pulJlic life to stand up and be counted, ]'caving no doubt in the minds of the public where they stand on - tile i:;suc~ facing our great country. "As your County Superintendent, I will stand for 100 per cent Amcricanisrn in the classroom and school personnel, no matter what 1.!JPir position might be, and tlo all in my power to suspend any person not living up to Lhe ideals of our founding fon-,[a ih~l'S. "I believe it is time for the rule of feal' lo ]Jp n•movcd from over the teachers' beads, that they may feel ancl experience the blessings of democracy. It is in1possibl2 io tc:ac,h r1c'n1ocracy if you cannot enjoy its

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Mrs. Eunice Anderson of Rt. 13, Box 605, and Andrew J. Holmes of Tacoma were united in marriage Aug. 20 at the home of Mrs. Blanche Funk Miller, of Tacoma. The couple went on a short

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Selmer T. (Bud) Thorp, seeking the office of Pi1'rce County Superintendent of Schools, has issued the following statement in be ha if of his candidacy: - ..I have liV<'d in Tacoma all my life, married, and have two chiidren. I was educated in the Tacoma schools, graduated from Stadium High School in 1942.

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PICLKING CUCUMBERS CANNING TOMATOES - CANTALOUPES SWEET CORN . . . . . . . dozen 39c Phone ·MArket 6632

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CASTLES IN THE AIR ••• aren't subject to foreclosure, buti houses on the ground may be lost through sudden adversity. An inexp~nsive Sun Life. mortgage policy will free your home from any debt remaining at death. Protect your loved ones' home ••• call me today. COMPANY OF CANADA

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Leaders, 4-H'ers The Pierce County 4-H Leaders and Senior 4-H'ers meeting will be held this Thursday evening, Sept. 2; at 8:00 at the PLC Student Union building.

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gram," McCutcheon said. Furthermore, n,epresentative McCutcheon stated, "I voted for a full school program and adequat~ salar:v: for teach.ers,. and . will contmue to fight against the inequality of the Parkland post No. 228, school program resulting from the Local Level Tax Program. American Legion, are now on Mccutcheon is a veteran of their drive for members for the World War II, having spent year 1955. If you are a veteran three and one half years in the of the World War I, World War U.S. Army during the war II · 01; Korean Action, you are period. He. was educated at eligible to join. Stadium High School, Univers· As Commander of Pai'kland ity of Washington, and Montana U., the school from which post No. 228, I would like to he graduated wi.th a law de- organize a Legion Band comgree. In September of 1951 he prised of Legionaires and sons was appointed a. Pierce County from the ages. of twelve (12) Criminal Deputy Prosecuting years on •up. If you are a vetAttorney and has served in that eran and play· a band instrucapacity for three years .. Representative Mccutcheon is mar- ment and would like to see a ried and Jives at 3331 Olympic band organized, come on out Blvd. Tacoma .. He belongs to and sign up for the Legion and the Eagles, Moose, American help me with this project. I'm Legion and is a Ci vii Defense sure it will be fun for all of us. Warden and State Traffic Safe- If you veterans and sons who ty Representative. play a musical instrument such as cornet, clarinet, sax, trombone, bass, 'horn and drums, call me at GR 3136 between 4:00 and 7:00 p.rµ.

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ersen. Items of clothing on which Kathy Willis and Susan Pedersen won blue ribbons were chos. en to be . entered in .the State fair at Yakima. Ross LeMaster Jr. entered . his white heifer and received a blue ribbon on fitting and showing the aftimal.

We are stillOn Wallel' Road, % Mile South of Airport Road -but now we have a numbered street address•

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STATE OF WASHINGTON OFFICE OF SUPERVISOR OF WATER RESOURCES, OLYMPIA. Marlene Corrigan NOTICE OF GROUND WATER GRanite 8545 RIGHT APPLICATION NO. 3729 Winning more than their TAKE NOTICE that Spana- share of honors and blue rib· way Water Company of Spana- bons at the Sumnet" Junior fair way, vyashingt~n on August 9, last week, members of the two 19.54 flle'.1 appllcat10n. for per· Midland girls 4-II clubs are illlt lo withdraw public ground all lo 0 I · f. d ' waters through a well situated . nng orw.ar now. t.o the within Lots 25-36 Block 53 of Western Washmgton fa.1r at Lake Park Additi~n of Section, Puyallup and the 4-H State fair 28, Township 19 N., Range 3E. at Yakima, both coming up in W. M., in Pierce County, in the September. The 4-H'ers must a:mount <;if 500 galli;m~ per !llin- earn a blue ribbon at the Sumute,. subJect to ex1stmg rights ner fair first before being eligconlmuously, each ye.ar for the 1'bl .. xh'b't' t th th f · purpose of municipal supply. e co e 1 1 a . ~ o .er airs Any objections must be ac- and the top .exhibits m each companied by a two dollar class of clothmg are the only ($2.00) recording fee and filed entries being shown at the Yakwith the State Su:pei:visor. of ima .fair this year because the Water Resources withm thirty two fairs are being held at the (30) days from September 2, same time. 1954: . . Mary Benson, president of the Witness my hand and official Midland Girls 4-H club is ~i~ this 18th day C?t August, Pierce County's represen~tive · M G WALKER for Dress Revue in Yakima and State S~pe;,.isior of will. compete in the National Water Resources 4-H Dress Revue sponsored by Published in the Times-Jour- Simplicity i::attern c~n;pany, nal Aug 26 Sept 2 1954. the State wmner recavmg a · ' · ' trip to the Kational 4:H Club Congress in Chicago 1he first part of December. Mary modeled her sports outfit she lllllde consisting of pink sail cloth NEPHRON IN- pedal pushers, skirt, with reHALATION THERAPY has versible jacket Of the pink'and helped countless thousands. Ask . . . . about our Trial offer. See your a :natching. pmk vaned striped Druggist or white NEPHRON sailcloth with the blouse and COMPANY, Tacoma 1, Wash. swimming bag of the striped material also, which looked very nice on Mary· with her fair FENCING skin and blonde hair. Dool.,.... and Builden Marlene Corrigan made and BXPERT WORKMANSHIP modeled her complete school REASONABLE PRICES &ay Mauthlv Po_..,ta outfit of dark grey sheath basic dress fashioned from the new VAUGHAN 1 84di Iii: Podfic A-. "KybercTone" sanforized and HI 951' fully washable cotton. Marlene's outfit also included a re· versible jerl.<ln of the grey and matching pink and black plaid AMER1CAN of the saine kind of material ART CO. and two collar sets, both reversible, making many differ· CUSTOM PICTURE ent outfits. FRAMING As each 4-H member can only OLD MASTERS AND enter one contest at the State MODERN PRINTS. 4-H fair at Yakirrta, Marlene BRoadway 4327 had to decide between poultry 6th Avenue judging, clothing judging, il2046 lustrated talk on poultry or dress revue, so Marlene decided to enter in her illustrated talk. WELL DRILLING Nina Ayers also won a blue Berkeley Pumps ribbon in Dress Revue for her four-piece bedtime outfit, con9 JETS sisting of red and white polka 8 SUBMERSIBLES e CENTRIFUGALS dot pajamas, red corduroy ro]je, 0 TURBINES plastic make-up cape and corduroy and polka dot slip· CaH GR 7281 pers. Nina looked very nice in her outfit and did a very good Tacoma Pump & sewing . job. WeH Drining Co. Valeria Bombardier was anRt. 7, Box 316 Tacoma other blue ribbon winner in the Terms Trades, Dress. Revue, making all four entries from the Midland clubs blue ribbon winners, which means they have to obtain. blue in tl1e sewing itself and also in RURAL the modeling and fit of the outfit and there is really some GARBAGE strict judging before the blues SERVICE are announced. Valeria fashioned and modeled a red butcher Servi'ng Parkland, Lakelinen afternoon dress with red wood, Midland, Summit, stole lined in white and a matchSpanaway &. Lakeview ing hat and bag as well as. a Pierce County Permit flower she made of the white material to wear at the neck· line. Congratulations to all these four girls for a wonder-

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ful job well done! ceived a blue in her photog· Perhaps Adam didn't have a Entered in the clothing de- raphy album. Janet Spearman funny 'bone, but he had lots of partment was Janet·· Jensen's was the only member entering fun with spare rib. darling outfit of peacock blue in the new project, roses, and and white cracked ice emboss- brought a new honor to herself eel cotton consisting of a jumper, and her club by winning the PIERCE COUNTY jacket and purse and bag and sweepstakes trophy given by REFUSE CO. Janet received a red ribbon; the Rose Society for the best Joanne Morud exhibited a beau- over-all rose entry and was preWEEKLY GARBAGE tiful four-piece' college outfit sented the cup at the Friday COLLECTIONS of white orlon washable skirt· evening program. Janet received Phone GR. 8688 • and turtle-neck blouse with a blue in her best six roses, her brown and white,. Orlon jacket best three roses, red in her arEnglander Air Foam of plaid with matching plaid rangement and white in her U. S. Keylon belt and ascot tie, and her out- best single rose. The Rose So· fit won a blue ribhon and will ciety is also presenting rose The very best in Foam Rub. ber Sleep Sets. be shown at Yakima as the out- bushes in the fall to the high Parkway Furniture standing outfit in that division; winners in each class. Nina also GR 3941 Janet and Joanne both received gave a demonstration on "Sum- 141st &. Pacific Open Til.1 9:00 white ribbons on skirts they mer Salad" and Bev Paulik, an entered; Marlene Corrigan, blue illustrated talk on "Ceramics." ' · - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ' ribbons on her blouse and All in all, the leaders as well ••••• ••• ••• dirdnl skirt; Mary Benson re- as the parents and other rela· I. REW, tlUPACIED ceived blue on her wool skirt tives and friends are mighty and it will show in Yakima al. proud of this year's Midland so as best in that class; she Girls 4-H club and the Midland also received a red in he& wool 4-H Clover club and hope they jumper and white in unlined will go on to more honors. jacket. Also entering contests in Conoco I 0-30 Oil Yakima will be Valeria Bombardier and Nina Ayers in the 35c by Case lot clothing judging and Elizabeth If CONOCO &. HAVOLINE Weir in the foods judging, so 3Co Qt. by Case Lots Midland will be well represent. Spark Pl11p, 65CI eacb ed. Bonded Brake Shoe, Exch. In the Baking exhibits, Nina $8.95 received blue in drop cookies, Norwood red in muffins and white in baking powder biscuits; Valeria Auto Parts Bombardier, blue in drop cookPioneer Way Between ies, red in refrigerator cookies Tacoma & Puyallup and white in nut bread; Mar15ctl lene, blue in white cake, chooI olate cake, refrigerator cookies . , - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - and drop cookies and white in TOPS ·IN SERVICE 9UAUTY bar cookies; Janet Jensen, blue Mirrors • Convertible Tops • Auto Window Glau in bar cookies and red in recustom Tailored Seat Covers frigerator cookies; Janet Spearman, blue in refrigerator cookArt's Glass Upholstery Shop ies, red in drop cookies and 816 So. Tacoma Ave. MA 2200 white in chocolate cake; Marline Spearman, blue in refrigerator and drop cookies, red in white cake, and white in muffins; Gloria Sichl, blue in chocolate cake and drop cookies and white in refrigerator cookies; Elizabeth Weir, blue in angel food cake, fancy bread and drop cookies, and her in bar cookies. Beverly Paulik entered exhibits in crafts with her ceramics and received a blue on her Madonna and a red in her other entry, and Marlene

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Vaporizers • • 2.49 1.89 Bottle Holders • • • • • 1.00 .79 Baby Books 2.98 1.98 • 2 Only. Sizes 1 & 2 Boys Coats & Leggins Sets 12.95 6~so

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Dear Sir: I would like· to take this means to thank you for myself and Trud.>: . Norfleet . for the beautiful Herdsmanship trophy which was presented us at the Parklimd Roun.d•up through the courtesy of the Times-Journal. I would also like to acknovvl• edge . the co,opcration . of the Journal in printing all 4-H art• icles submitted by myself as reporter for the .Allison Road 4-H .club.

Paul Sandegren, Democratic candidate for state representative, 29th district, issues the following statement: "My previous exeprience as a member of the state legisla· iure, as representative from the 27th district during the sessions of 1939 and 1941, serves as a background upon which to base my qualifications for the position I now seek in the 29th dist· rict. "It is my contention •that a good legislator must represent the will of the people of his district, pursuant to the basic concept of the American form of government. He must not be bound by commitments to partiular pressure groups, but must recognize legitimate lobby elements as representative of the various segments of our society. A. good legislator will relegate his· personnal interests to the background, and must have the indiv.idual capacity to weigh .the good agrunst the bad. "If eleted to -the legislature, I will work for an· improved school program which would ensure most eqµitable state support, a program which .would attract more qualified teachers

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''I am in accord with legislation endorsed by the \Vash. l:ngton State Federation of La· bor. At the same time, I am heartily .in accord with legislation which would be of benefit to industries within the state, fully realizing that lab. or's welfare is dependent upon healthy business conditions and upon good labor-management relations. "I would particularly work for legislation which would benefit this community, such as hte enabling act passed during my previous service in the legis. lature. which made it possible for the Port of Tacoma to ac· quire title to property and improve it for industrial purposes. ''I was born in .Tacoma in 1904, attended the. old Hawthorne and McKinley grade schools, was graduated from Lincoln high school in 1922, and received degree in journalism -·---·-·------·_____;___.....,~

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"I never heard a man talk so fast· in all. my life.' "He comes by it naturally. His father was a tob'acco auctioneer and his mother was a

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-FOR SALE BY OWI\ER -~ Parkland, 3 blocks from PLC; UNDERSTANTlINC; help to 2-lwdroom honw, 1astcfully tfocoratcd lhrougl10u l; kitchen c~ohriety; Alcholies Anon~·­ rnous; n1c0iinr_:;::; each F'ridny, 8 witch unusual number of buill8222 South Park Ave. ins, dishwasher, garbage disHA 7513. 1p51 posal; 3 lots, lawn, flowers, shrubs, trees, park-like setting; pre-war; GR 5711. 9c51

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LOVELY 2-bedroom home with car port; only ~7300.00. Immediate possession. Call .Helen O'Brien, GR 35:58, GR 8638, GR 51169.

New Parkland Rambler READY for new owner. Large corner lot, built FHA. Plentv of extras. Call Orrin Moore, GR 8638, GR 5469, GR 3558.

vVANTED Spanaway lots COMPLETE BOOKKEEPING within 1 W blocks of the lake; 9p51 Scrvfce, including all tax re- HI 2771. ports. Monthly basis, reasonable rates. .John LaRue, PR Homes in Parkland Commun9886. 3p52 ity; Acreage close in, either ---·---.--.,-with or without buildings. ROTOVATING-$3.50 an hour, Bert Brown Realty $5.00 minimum; H. L. Worley, GR 6297. 3ctf 11220 Pacific Ave.

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2/3 ACRE; 1 be('!room; remodeled; stove, refrigerator, washer included. G.I. finlillcing; immediate possession. Priced $3900.00. Mr. Damme!, GR 3684, GR 8638.

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BRICK WORK House level- WATCH for School Time TANK CLEANING REAL ESTATE ing and foundations, retaining Herc. Turn back the clock fo SEPTIC TANKS - CES\~ 12609 Pacific Ave., Parkland walls, sidewalk and patios, fire. your first wrist watch and you POOLS CLEANED place and stone work. GR 4291 will thrill your youngster with GRanite 4148 Anytime evenings. 14ctf a genuine "Mickey Mouse Contents Hauled Away Wrist Watch", only $6.93 plus F'OR SALE 3-bedroom house HI 3~80 HA 7038 in Roy, furnished or unfurn. SEE ME about mimeographing tax. Those wide exci led eyes ished; shown by appointment prompt service; James B. 01- will swell with pride as you SMITH CABINET SHOP-Re- Write or phone owner, Miss J sen" GR 3623. 14p51 strap it on his wrist. Your modeling, kitchen cabinets; we Mae Chambers, 801 So. G S+ .. ' thoughtfulness will reflect in sell glass; 16309 3. Park, Span· Tacoma; phone BR 1967. 9ctf the warmth he feels. Your disI 5-Miscelianeous away; GR 7949. 3ctf tributor of quality: The John 9ctf Dexter Company, P. 0. Box LEAVE FILM at Quality Photo 581, Seattle, Wash. Fill in and RAY GOGAN FOR SALE - G.I. equity in 2· now: LANDS CAPE CONSTRUC- bedroom house. Parldand area, Service for developing. In at mail • TION. General landscaping $1800. Present mortgage G.I. '10, out at. 5. 9610 Pacific 15ctf service. New lawns, peat soil, 4% at $54 per month. Call Ave. topsoil, shrubbefy, ror.:keries. GR 8647. 9ctf LARGE EGGS, Factory Fresh, Nothing down, 36 months to pay. GR 3127. 3ctf FOR SALE c.... Attractive new 90c Doz.; glass eggs, that is; home, walking distance to PL- HIGHLAND FEED, 98th and LAWNMOWER sharpening; C; 2 nice apartments to rent Portland Ave.; GR 8~5. 15c51 saw filing; work guaranteed. in addition to owner's apartCorner Waller and Collins. ment; $16,500, will go G. I. or SPECIAL ORDER CAKES GR 7687. 3ctf FHA; BR '3560; MA 3166, ask Phone GR 3330, Patty Ann 15ctf City for Mr. Dennis. 9e51 Bakery. HOUSE MOVING - L e v e l i n g , ! - - - - - - - - - - - - - FOR SALE - Siegler heaters Enclosed please find: Money 1111 order........Check. ______ .or ship C. foundations; cement work; free at Parkland Fuel Oil Service; O.D. (Postage prepaid except estimates. ph, 2653. 3ctf I 0-Rentals GR 8684; !20th & Pacific Ave. ------·---.. 15ctf on C.O.D. shipments). RENT 2-bedroom CLEANING, REPAIRING fur- FOR apartment, with refrigerator 16-INeH UPLAND slab, 2-cord NEW CROP GRAIN now in at llll stokcrs, oil heater;;; Oil Burner Service, and range; to professional loads, $14 and $16; alder fire· IIIGHLTND FEED, 98lh and ::C family; available Sept. 8; $85 6033. 3ctf a montb; may sell; BR 3560; place wood, green, $15; Black Portland Ave.; GR 8585. 15c51 &Prince stoker coal, $16.30; --- . , ·MA 3166, Mr. Dennis. 10c51 lump & range coal $12 70· PARh.LAND FURNITURE - 1Wanted GR 6520. ' 1Sctf / N~w and used_ )lliscellancou~; w __ Airport & Pac1f1c Ave.; Res1- Vi FOR RENT - Two rooms, with 15ctf WANTED - Baby sitter, full or without board; 414 East FOR SALE - Used heaters at dence Phone GR 3748. &n 10p51 Parkland Fuel Oil Service; time during day; GR 3517 or 133rd St. GR 8684; 120th & Pacific AvP.. COPPER STUDIO - Learn the 1111 GR 5844. 5c15 15ctf fascinating art of copper tool· U II-Repair Service ing; day and evening classes; ... WA T\TTED-Somcone to receive - Chickens and rab- GR 6066. 15ctf $200.00 or more weekly, selling WASHING MACHINE PARTS. WANTED -···-··· ···---- ,_ home improvement siding and Largest stock in town. Repair- bits. Call us before you sell. WHIPPING 80c a roofing. Call Roy 766 or apply ing that pleases ..B.B.'s Washer Cape's Poultry Market, 7036 quart; 2722 CREAM East 112th St., Pacific Ave., Tacoma, Wash. office at Roy, Wn. 5ctf Service, 3727 So. G. HI 9409. 15ctf HA 4406. 15ctf GR. 8142. llctf - - TAP, ACROBATIC, BALLET WANTED TO BUY - House· ...I COMPLETE OPTICAL SERV- classes. All ages. Mildred hold furniture, appliances, toys ·~ ICE now available kl South Keller, GR 7881. 15cU D & .T Trading Post, 8328 Park :::) Tacoma. Exacting eye examin· 15c52 O to wreck FOR SALE -- 100 White Leg- Ave. and sell used building aUons without use of drops. horn pullets, 11h monU1s old; THRESHERS, ATTENTIONNo parking problems. Dr. White Ball Lumber call GR 3-517. 15c51 Grain bags; good supply; 1m Road. Just west Wagner and Associates, OptomView; GR 8591. 8ctf etrists, 3509 So. 54th. Phone STEEE BEEF - Whole or lh; HIGHLAND FEED, 98J111 & . Portland Ave.; GR 8585. 15c51 HA 8572. llctf call GR 7678, Viclor Fox. l5p51 RESPONSIBLE W 0 MAN 12-Used Autos wants baby sitting and child FOR SALE Solid dark oak care; call evenings, GR 4866. 41 FORD 1-ton trm:K; excellent dining room set; tablc, buffet, 14c50 con di tioJ1, good tires. Ideal to host chair and five side chairs; lcather scats; 723 So. 121 st haul horses, etc. Cash price Estate SALT --- Rabbit salt, hay salt, 15c51 stock salt; iodized, plain salt, $350. Call GR 3272 or see at St., GR 8826. 17102 Pacific -Ave. 12ptf I vrrn <:!AT v ......... 17 "~"r C!nnm• , . , , evervthimr bu I: tablf' s~lt · FBEE;: APPRAISAL ------------ ',.,., ... i_,_, __, HI GI-IT AND FEED, 98th and T.TSTINGS, acreage 42 F'ORD JEEP for the lmnters, luxe oil heater with fan, $25; Portlanll Ave. GR 8585. 15c51 to 4 bedroom home or Veneer cab, 4-wheel drive, per- also small lawnmower and mechanical condition; catcher, $6; one red leather borne in city. feet YOU sell and good rubber· will take good occasional chair, almost new, your home. Help You rifle, part tr~de. Call GR 32721 $15; GR 6337. 15c51 16-Livestoek, Equip,, 12 GR 3871, days or eve· eves-__~_rice $~9S.UO. Pt~ F<?~ SALE -:Man's b~~~~ FOR SALE H'.a year old 9ctf ndmg boots, size 9 1k, practic- Palomino gelding, thorobred, SALE - Between! 14--Situation Wanted ally new; reasonable; GR 4791. "'100· WA 8393 16c51 15c51 <jl • • and Wheeler in ParkCASH for milk cows, beef, 6 lots near Fircrest; ACCORDION LESSONS in FOR SALE - Montag wood heifers, veal and hogs. Call R. <Jonveniences available;. c.all yo,u..r··· hmne; . in.s.·trume .... n.. t. f·urn-···. heater, good condition; GR Thackeray collect, Puyallup. 3166 or BR 3560, ask for ished; call· HA 5788 collect. 15c51 5-5414. lSctt 14ctf 4729. Dennis. 9c51 --·~---

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GEORGE PURDUE-Plumbing Heating. New work. Remodel- McKinley Hill Realty ing, Repairs. Phone GR 4477. 6311 McKinley Ave. HI 95711 3e1f ----Mc~mber of SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED-Tacoma Real Estatl~ Board Contents hauled away. Don Redford, 8232 So. Fawcett, GA Jennie L. Grodvlg 7334. If no answer call GA 9222 3ctf

Septic Tanks Cleaned

FOOD SPECIALS HERE AT McDANIELS 1111

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NEEDS WITH THESE AND MANY MORE EVERYDAY

FIKE for family; close to schools, bus or shopping; Parkland area. Closing costs only to G.L or FHA. Call Margaret O'Leary, GR 6473, GR 8638.

FOR SALE - 6 room modern house in Roy; 3 bedrooms, cab· inet kitchen, large corner lot; $3,000. Write or phone owner, W. A. Graham, Rt. 1, Box 510, Spanaway, GR 6264. 9ctf

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STA YING AT HOME, WE CAN FILL ALL YOUR FOOD

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Agent for American Expren Money Orders

G.I. - NOTHING DOWN PRICED at only $6150.00. 3bedrooms, living and dining rooms; kitchen with breakfast space; wired 220; 3 lots, 2 blocks to 541:'h and McKinley Ave. Call Ralph Decker, HI 9579. 21h ACRES ON McKINLEY Ave., priced at only $6500.00. Large living room, dining room; bedroom and bath down, 2 bedroms up. Kice red shake exterior; good garden soil; G.I. or FHA, or buy owner's equity. Call Hal Underwood, HI 9579 or PR 9896. SOUTH TACOMA NEARLY NEW and clean as a pin. Large combination living and dining room, beautiful hardwood floors; 4·piece bath; 2 good bedrooms down, floored for 2 more. up; lovely kitchen 2 lots, garage; 1 block to bus. with noolt space; utility room; Will sell G.I. or FHA. Call Ralph Decker, HI 9579.

IF YOU'RE GOING ON A TRIP, PICNIC, OR JUST

GOOD corner lot location; 2-bedroom home; floor furnace; hardwood floors. Will sell G.I., FHA or contract. Call Mr. O'Leary, GR 6473, GR 8638.

Office-Days. GR 8695 Eveoings-VU 9221, HI 3315 HI 6174 • LA 7161 -~~~~-·-

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Spanaway News Mrs. Oliver Omat GRanite 6466 The Spanaway Volunteer Firemen and Auxiliary .will meet at the fire hall Tuesday, Sept. 7, at 8 p.m. Hos.tesses are Mesdames .Carl Holder, S. Jasmer, S. F. Kintz, Edward Larson, Laurence Madoche and Robert McCullough. Members are urged to bring articles for th.c baby booth. The executive board of the

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your case. I think it must be Auxiliary met at the fire haU drink." for noon luncheon last ThursPatient: "Al right, Doc, I'll day. Present were Mesdames come back when you're· sober." Louis'Symmons, Emersoq Tarpenning, Robert Steidel, Oliver Omat, Edward Flannery, S. F. "Darling I have missed you"! Her voice was full of pain, Kintz and Don McLellan. So she lifted the ·revolver Visit Camp And fired at him again. Mr. and Mrs. Harry White attended open house at the forest service camp at Fern Gap where their son Howie has been work- Classified Continued ARTIFICIAL BREEDEHS ing this summer. Evergreen Breeders Asb'n. $7 Visitors Dad Over had a pleasant two. ·breeding fee; no charge on reday visit with his granddaughter turns. Holstein, Guernsey, Jerand family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert sey, Milking Shorthorn, Brown Dickerson and five children Swiss, Hereford. Call Puyallup 5-8393. 16ctf from Mexico, Mo.

EVERY DAY OF THE WEEK

MIRACLE WHIP • Il qtslll 49c VELVEETA, 2 lbs. ·----··--·--------------·-···--··--·-··89c M.J.B. RICE, 28 oz. ------····--·-·----·-------·----------39c TREE TEE, 48 bags --------------------·-··-----·····--49c TOP RAIL-Sliced

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c0 FFEE THE WINNERS! The Parkland Merchants, softball team sponsored by business firms in the Parkland area, won the Evergreen champion ship, in the Metropolitan Park district league. Games were played at Peck Field. Pictured, left to right: front row, James Mushinsky; Howard Pritts, John !{latke, Vic Maitell, Don Bullard, Armand Hallas; back row, Arnold Powers, Harold Hartz, Don DeVito, John Buttrick, Bob Barela, Jim Halls, Bill Schaefer. -Photo by Seman

Th~ McCbord Open Golf · Tournament will be played at the Brookdale Golf Club in Tacoma, starting September 7 and ending September 10. The tournament will be without handicaps and will be a 72 hole madel play-off to select the McChord .AFB golf champion and also to select golf teams to represent McChord AFB at the NVVSC golf tournament, to be held at Spokane September 20 through 24, and the 25th Air Division golf tournament, to be held in Tacoma from October 5 through 8. (The golf course to be selected later.)

OUR SPECIAL: FRIENDLY, COURTEOUS SERVICE FEATURING TOP QUALITY FOODS.AT LOW PRICES

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The Sumner 4·H Fair was a great success this . year. The Allison Road 4-H was well represented there with exhibits in many departments. In the sewing department, Janet Barna received three white ribbons on her entries. Colleen Barna received 1 blue ribbon and one white; Bernice l\fcCunc, 1 red, three whites; Judy Anderson, 1 white; Janice Petrich, 1 red and four whites, Trudy Norfleet, 1 white ribbon. In cooking, Bernice McCune, 3 white ribbons; Judy Anderson, 1 wl1ite; Kaydean Anderson, 1 while; Darien Browning, .2 whites; Karen Browning, 1 white; Karen Selk, 1 white, Clerine Arnold, 1 white; Rebec·

tJfoichine Works SHOP: GR 7450 RES: HI 6190 1341 I Pacific Avenue at Brook~:fole P.O. Box 645, Parkland, WaShin.Ston

MOTOR REBl,.JILDIN. G Lathe & Press Work, ConRod-Grinding, Surface Grinding, Piston Grinding, Brake Drum Turning-, Reboring, Main Line Soring, Pin, Fitting, Rod Aligning, Armature Turning. MOTOR TUNE UP

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SfANAWAY MEAT MARKET NEXT DOOR To HERMAN'S

$1.50 total cost

All on· ground floor no wards, no steps. Cheerful surround· ings, expert care, excellent food. Doctor refered. Aged &. convalescents. Rt. 7, Box 17, Tac. GR 7857

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Laboure Nursing Home

And This Ad Clean & Align HOME or CAR RADIO

Starts Sunday LIVING IT UP

'RADIO T.V. HOSPITAL

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8320 So. Tac. Way LA 2210

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Why risk serious finan· cial loss for damage caus-" ed by your car? It costs so little to get insurance coverage.

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The Br?okdalc sip 'n' sew 4-H club 1s very proud of the record piled up by four of its members who entered the County Junior fair at Sumner. Kathy Jo Hanson, Sharon Van Beek, Rosemary Traill and Evelyn Haakenson between them won nine positions in which to represent Pierce County at the State 4-H fair at Yakima. As each girl can compete in only one contest at Yakima, each girl had a choice to make. Kathy will go on the Clothing Judging team and S.haron and Rosemary will compete in the Dinner contest .Evelyn Haakenson made the rough decision of turning down the en:viable spot of competing in the state and national contest and instea.d will give her illustrated talk in Home Improvement. Her winning garment, which she tailored, was a wool and orlon suit, the reversible jacket of steel gray and matching grey and robin egg blue plaid, the slim skirt topped with matching blue wool jersey blouse which she styled herself, accessories are blue hat and grey purse and heels.

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"I ·have worked in the office cif the Pierce County Assessor since 1943 • . • long enough to earn the indorsement of my associates and to receive on-thejob training that qualifies me for promotion. "At the present time I am Chief Deputy Assessor under John Schlarb, who retires this year. "As your new County Assessor I promise to retain the sound policies established by John Schlarb and to retain his experienced and trustworthy staff. "On the basis of :my record of public service and these commitments i invite your support at the polls ·September · 14th."

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