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Sec. 34.66 P.L.&.R. POSTAGE PAID Parkland, Watih.

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TH.SDAY, SEPTE.:VIBEll 9, 1954

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of rain, the auction will be held ln the company warehouse, which will be cleured for the event, otherwisP outside under the flagpole. One by one, Parkland's most prominent business people will amount the block to be auctioned , off by Auctioneer Larry KirkSponsored by the Parkland +· . . . Dusiness club, a "slave auction" wood. At ~ne1r own price, ·peowill be held Friday evening, ple of the community may buy Sept. 17, beginning at 7 o'clock the services of the "slaves"' for at the Poclwl Distributing Co., practically any type of work. 140lh and Pacific Avr'. In case Want a qay's work on your farm, a riding trip to the hills, a guided fishing trip lo the sound or a lake or stream, a day's sightseeing trip in an elegant new car· with an equally Directory elegant driver; want your huge lawn mowed with a power mow. er? Want the services of a big INSURANCE truck & driver for a day to move CLAY RO LEY AGENCY your furniture? TI1ese services, a , • and many more, have already !ii;;tra and Portland Avenue been volunteered by business' } men and their wives. GR. 8501 Larry Kirkwood considers ROY v_ ROSTEDT NCV Flagpole ~{ittie's ~tint, a date AGE to go 'dancrng the first Saturday 8201 Park Avenue night after she descends from

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her lofty perch, one of th.e most exciting ones he will offer. Just to even up the score, the micro· ED MAREK phone will be sent up to Kittie Farmers Mutual of Enumclaw and she will auction Larry off FIRE . AUTO to the highesfbidder. 12909 Pacific Ave. GR 4000 One of the highlights of the evening will be the "sale" of a masked mystery mart, whose identity will not be revealed until after he has been bought at auction. The only clue is that the mystery man is a person of considerable importance. and fame. During the evening free cof. fee and. doughnuts will be served to all by slave girls in authentic costumes (hope it stays wa~m!) · All proceeds go to your Community playground.

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Laeamas Fair Set For Sat!l.llrdl!:ily. Sepf. 11th TI;e Lacamas community club will hold its 19th annual Com· munity Fair Sept. 11th. Exhibits may be entered Friday, Sept. 10th at 3 p.m. Saturday's program will have bicycle races, tractor driving, rolling pin throwing, and nail driving con. tests. An old timers baseball game gets underway in the after noon. There will be an evening program at 8 o'clock, John T. ·Mc· Cutcheon will be the speaker of the evening. An auction sale of prize win· nlng produce will be held after the evening program.

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This space sponsored by Andrew Christensen, Horoer Anderson, Francis Olson, Moriis E. Ford, Edwin l. Nelson, Stanley Willis, David Turnbull, Wilbur Pe,terkin, Perry Keithley, . Orville W~eks, Louisel.;ynd, ~J~erlRe,ihs.• y!~. Catt, Paul V. Larson and others.

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NOTICE

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I take pleasure in notifying my many friends in the SummitParkland-Spanaway district that I am now assoc.iated with Help You Realty, located at Airport Road and Leonard's Crossing. Oliver Inloes.

SELMER T "BUD" THORP IS QUALIFIED SELMER T. "BUD" THORP. IS FOR 100 % AMERICANISM SELMER T. "BUD" THORP IS .AGAINST POL!TICS IN THE SCHOOL A VOTE FOR THORP . . . IS A VOTE AGAfNST THE MACHINE IN POWER!!

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ty Superintendent of Schools is sincere in her Schuddakopf ac. tion, why didn't she act immediately after the Veldc hearing? She could have spared the Tacoma Schools ihe tragic upheavals of the past weeks. Docs her action now stem from conviction or is she playing politics with .our children?

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HER CAMPUS CHOICE a. Track meet pattern with choice of Neolite or Cush-N-Crepe Sole. Black Suede, Whiie Blue Smooth. Cushioned Insoles.

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Tl10,;2 favoring the proposition point out neighboring distric:s Residents of Hie Bethel school hav2 kindcrgart_en, even the district will be given the oppor- snE~i Clover Creek district pro. tuni ty to vote on a millage pro- vi ding for kindergarten this position for kindergartens. The year for the first time.

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The annual Waller Road Community fair is being held Friday and Saturday this week at the CommunHy hall, 64th and Waller road, the doors opening· at 5:30 p.m. each day. The fair is sponsored by the Waller Road Grange, P-TA, 4-H Boys club, 4-H Lassies and Junior Lassies and Boy Scout troop No. 56. Dinner will be served each evening, with the Grange ladies in charge Friday evening, The P-TA Saturday evening. Each group has planned a delightful and distinctive menu and prices have been kept very low so that families may share the meal at Ii ttle cost. Entries in fruit, produce and fancywork will be received Thursday evening from 7:30 till The Spanaway Progressive 9 o'clock or Friday from 11 a. Community club will hold a m. till 2 p.m. dance in the Spanflway MetroA new feature will be the politan park hall Saturday, cake baking contest, .using a Sept. 11, from 9 till 2. There will be square dancing, old time stand:a.rd recipe with each individual's own mixing and baking dancing and modern steps, so method. Mrs. Carlson, chairman, everyone is assured of an eve'has chosen a four egg sponge ning of fun. Proceeds will be cake. Cakes need not be frostused for improvements on the ed. Winner of the top blue ribCommunity club hall. bon will receive an award. In the floral show, garden club members will enter <ir· Parkland Preschooi rangements using kitchen con· Parkland Preschuol will hold tainers, and there will be scores its first meeting of the year of miscellaneous en tries. Monday, Sept. 13, at 8 p.m. in A snapshot contest will be the the Parkland grade school gymMrs. Leo Maves will feature of the hobby showwith each family asked to enter each division-people, animals and scenery. Top winner in each will receive a handsome. album, · and others will win ribbons. Carnival concessions will be run by all organizations, with fun for all ages, Each night many awards will Con$idew- Conveniel),ce I ~e •. given •··by .local. merci1a11ts, -,,-:f~i_'- --3:-'.:i~. ,-iI1c:nJi{--'- ~~rh~n-:-~ w ltn --a gran_d ,·· awan:.i. oI ih1 ~oui.- f choosing · a . funefal dir.ecdoor grill Saturday, also a clock tcr. Go where they can radio. There will be no charge park-out of the traffic. a:t the door and the public is Trav Dryer welcome.

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Puzzle Buckle pattern in White, Red smooth and Blue Suede .. S.95 c. White Bucks . . . 7.95 · also Soap-N-'\V'ater 7.95

FREE . . . •. cartoon hook.,overs

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY-We want to furnish every Yo).l,ng~ ster in school a free book cover to protect their vaJu1:1,ble. books. These covers thru the courtesy of Soine's Shoe Store in cooperation with Radio Station KTNT..


STORE HOURS: Fri. 8 to 9, Sat. 8 to. '1~ Other Darys: 8 to 6:30. La.rge Pawed 路Parking Lo~ Off Traffic

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Food Sa!e Women of the Summit church are holding a baked food sale Saturday, Sept. 1l, at the Summit Trading Co. store. Anyone wishing to donate food, please call Mrs. Rau, GH. 8391. Preschool Meeting Central Avenue Preschool will meet in the school lunchroom Thursday evening, Sep1. 1G, at 8 o'clock. Hostesses will he the officers, Mt!sLlames Donald Frcr'81:om>, Al Smith, Robert Bartell and Roy Wright. An inticn,sting program is being arranged. Election Tuesday Don't forget the Tuesday, Sept. 14, c le ct ion. Those living sou th of Airport and to the north side of Collins to the west side of Canyon are in Bingham prccincL and will vote in the Collins Grange hall. From the

Mrs. M. S. Rau GRanite 8391 Elmer G. Carlson Orthopedic Guild will meet for 12 :30 luncheon Monday, Sept. 1 ::\, at: the homc of Mrs. TlDbcrL Hilderbrand, 72n<l and Canyon road. Ne>w officcr.s arc: President, Mrs. R E. n.ogers; vice president, Mrs. J. Vv. Odey; secretary, Mrs. Norman Johnson; treasurer, Mrs. Hobert Hild<,r-

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north side of Airport to 96th (Mt. Tacoma Drive) from McEachrcn to cast side of Walkr road will vole in the Summit church hall. North.of 96th (Mt. Tacoma Drive) to south side of 80th, from Waller .road to west side of Canyon road is Mulvey precinct; vote in the Canyon Road clubhouse at 80lh and C-:anyon f·orH1. ~rhos!; living 011 tlw easl side of Canyon road

from 9Gth lo Pioneer are in Woodland Heights precinct and vote at Fors Hatchery on Woodland Ave. and ML Tacoma Dr. Vote early and ayoid the rush. Home From South Mr. and Mrs . .Tack Houtz and children have relurned after spending several weeks in Fresno, Calif. They planned on making their home there but the heat drove them back and they were sure glad to get rained on. Big Egg Mr. uncl Mrs. l'vl. J. Guy have E new brand of chickens which lay bigger and better eggs. One egg Mr. Guy brought to compare with the Raus' eggs measured 9" by 7" and weighed 4 ounces. It was found to contain a normal egg yolk and white plus a perfect hard shelled com. plete egg. Visitors

Major. Dean Gibbons and wife (Hazel Broughton) are here from San Antonio, Texas, where · Dean is· stationed. The parents are Mr. and Mrs. Gibbons on Burnett St. and the Ed Brough· tons on Canyon road. New Well Harold Leaman, s<ecretary of the Summit Water Co., reports that the new well that was drilled on 12nd St. frrns been tested" and found to pump 250 gallons of water a minute. The water is soft, with no iron in it. Surprise Reception Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Rau returned home WednC'sday, Sept.

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1, from a two-weeks trip to Hot Thursday, September 9, 1954 Page3 Springs, Mont. On Thursday The ·nME~ - JOURNAL evening they were invited to go to the church hall for a social. As they entered the door, Mrs. Christensen started to play 3-Business Service ~omes in Patkland Commun4 Bedrooms - I Acre the wedding march and the ity; Acreage close in, either Raus' little great-granddaugh- COMPLETE BOOKKEEPING with or without buildings. CLOSE TO McCHORD; full basement, furnace; fireplace; ter, Connie Clover, met them Service, including all tax reonly -1 years old; $9650.00; .G.l. turms. Call Orrin· Moore, and scattered rose petals in ports. Monthly basis, reason· e_;Jt 8G3S, GR 5469, GR 3558. .. 11220_ Pacif•c Ave. their path as they were escort- able rates. John LaRue, PH 3p52 Cffice--Dciys. GH 8695 ed to seals at the front of the 9886. Closing Cost Gd. P-;:-.. -;;--~.~-Evenings-YU 9221, Ht 331:.,. hall. .uT.?vATING-$3.;iD an hour, HI -0174 - LA 7161 Jf)VT:J.Y 2-bcdroom rmnhlcr; clean as a pin; yard in; only rrhc~ honor guesh; then sa\;;'./ 1t;5.tr0 n11111n1u1n; 11. L. Worl0y .r • :,;rfi(JO.or;_ Cail H'"ll'n ()'Brim, GR 8G38, GR 3558, GR 5469. 3clf Aget1t ,or Arnenc0n Expre?Je. abouL 175 friends and relatives GR 62~!"{. Money Orrlers who rose from their scats to ---------·-----------i:BRICK, block, masonry work , . . . --;)I re Building Sites greet the111. of any kind; free estimates; l<fJR S(.I~ -- G room modern The hall was beautifully dec- Eugene O'Dell. HI G82G. 3ctf !1 ousc m hoy; 3 bedrooms, cab::;:;oo "PEE ACH.E; good location; terms. Call Orrin Moore, ------------------- met kitchen, large corner Joi.; orated with pink and white (~ r~ ~\~i:·SS, (~1{ !54()9, C~Tt 3558. i_.o/\VVJ'<fM0'1VEll Sharpening. A. $3,000. Write' or phom' owner, gladiolas and da'h lias and the !Ji. Equipment Rf'nlals; ;380·1 W. A. Craham, Rt. 1, Box 510, I lace covered table was centerClose To School 3ctf Spanaway, GR 62G4. 9ctf ed \Vi th ·a. three-iiere.d \Vedcling Pacific Ave. HI 6193. NOTHING DO\VN and no closing cost; 2-bcdrooms; large cake topped with a ~gold bride SPANAWAY ELECTRIC CONliving rnom; fireplace; vc1:y nice kitchen and dinette; and groom, the occasion cele- TRACTING ThermoRay Jennie L. Grodvlg beautiful yard; plenty of fruit trees and shrubs; large brating the Raus' 50th wedding Radiant Electric Heat; ask for garage; ~;;7850.00. Call IVIr. O'Leary, GR 6472, GR 8638. estimate. GR. 706-1. 3c+f anniversary. Parldand Mrs. M. E. Beemer, a' sister, WE BUILD HOMES-Remodel, Insurance of All Kind;i i;,'6,.fii,.,&=.i,.,.. rF r,; ~' H• ~ ~iJ:n;;.JHiif:t.li ~lllll\t:w~ "'"ll sang old time songs, accompan- level buildings; cabinet work, Notary Public il'd "by Mrs. Chrisl.ensen. Archie rnncrete work. Reasonable. 11302 Pacific Avenue GRanite 84!1\!l 3ctf Est. in Parkland Since 194.J LaForgr' .Jr. sang "All Through GR 3550. ]/IA 0706. GR 7232 days tlH' Y cars," accompanied by his TOP SOIL, G yards :no delivmother. ered~R 8373. 3ctf 208 Garfield Street I 4--Situation Wanted i 6-Livestock, Equip Ii1rs, Fay Clover, a daughter, LA\VNMOWERS Grinding, "Deal wit.l:! the people who give . - - - - - - - - ____ served the wedding cake and Lapping, Repairing. Pick-up & you their own personal atten- ACCORDION LESSONS in CA?H for milk cows, beef, Mrs. Kingsley Clover, a grand- Delivery. Power, Hand, Rotary. tion" your home. instrument furn. heifers, veal and hogs. Call R. daughter, and Mrs. J. Chris- New and Used. PARKLAND 1 · ish.ed· call HA. 5788 collect. Thackeray collect, Puyallup. served the coffee. Mrs. Ruth ~!CLE & KEY, GR 5772. 3ctf [ ' 14ctf 5-5414. 16ctf vVinsley sr,rved the punch and WANTED - Grade school age Mrs .. Emil Beyer and other I children to board and room; members of the WSCS helped WE NEED listings M all kinds. 2 blocks to James Sales School; to make the party a success. PETERS & WITT 14c52 Farms, acreage, lots, building GR 5751. The famous ldtchen band Attorneys sites, homes, (new or o1d, 1, 2, DAY WORK wanted by capable played several numbers to ser11222 Pacific Ave. 3, 4 bedrooms). woman; $1 an hour; GR 3132. Tacoma 44, Wash. anade the couple. 14p52 As a closing number, the SumIN THE SUPERIOR COURT mit church choir sang "My God JAMES R. LORING FULL LINE of Fisher Feeds at OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR THE COUNTY tianscn and Mrs. C. McMillan S€:1pl:ic Tank Cleaning HIGHLAND FEED MILLS, 98 REAL ESTATE OF PIERCE. and I." & Portland Ave. GR 858513c52 Free Estimates 12609 Pacific Ave., Parkland NO. 58514 Mr. and Mrs. Rau were mar· WANTED - Child to care for And Advice GRanite 4148 Anytime NOTICE TO .CREDITORS ried in Ckvl'land, Ohio, Aug. in my home; call GR 4557. In The Matter Of The Estate Of 31, 1904 . They came to T~oma 14c52 ELIAS ALGER FOR SALE - 3-bedroom house in 1909 and moved to their prea/k/a EDWARD ALGER, in Roy, furnished or unfurn. BRICK. WORK - House level· sent home at Summit on CanDeceased. ished; £hown by appointment. ing and foundations, retaining yon road March 12, 1912. They GEORGE PUnDUE-Plumbing Write or phone owner, Miss J. walls, sidewalk and patios, fireNotice is hereby given that have one daughter, Mrs. Fay Heating. New work. Remodel~ Mae Chambers, 801 So. G St., place and stone work. GR 4291 the undersigned has been apTacoma; phone BR 1967. 9ctf evenings. Clover (Dorothy Rau); a grand- ing, Repairs. Phone GR 4477. 14ctf pointed and has qualified as ·3c11 Administratrix of the above en9ctf son, Kingsley Clover, and lwoEXPERIENCED W 0 MAN titled estate; that all persons great-grandchildren, Connie and iEP'rIC TANKS CLEANEDContents hauled away. Don FOR SALE - G.I. equity in 2- wants typing, mimeographing having claims against said deMark Clover. Redford, 8232 So. Fawcett, GA bedroom house. Parkland area, or addressing letters and cards ceased arc hereby required to 7334. If no answer call GA 9222 $1800. Present mortgage G.I. at her home; GR 7273. 14c52 serve the same, duly verified, 3ctf 4% at $54 per month. Call PL'\.NO LESSONS in my home on said Administratrix or her FENCING GR 8647. 9ctf on I/Iilc B Road, and at all attorneys of record at the adDNigna-rn and Buildere dress below stated, and file the EXPERT WORKMANSHIP schools in Bethel School Dist.; same with the Clerk of said ACE SEPTIC TANK RBASONABLB PRICES Mrs. Richard Curtiss, GR 6G9'.5. Court, together with proof .of DUPLEX $7,250.00 JE111ay Monthly Pavmmcs 14c53 such service, within six months - -----" ____ EASY. TERMS, FURNISHED- - - SERVICE VAUGHAN after the date of first publicaSeparate entrance, double Septic Tanks Clea!led S4th & Pncifk /4..v'll.. tion of this notice or the same HI 9515 plumbing, good founda Lion, I 5-Misceilaneoul!i will be barred. new roof, part basement. GR 4343 Date of first publication: Sept. Double garage, 2 blocks to McO. B.ACKLEY MA 2172 Kinley Avenue business Dist. LEAVE FILM at Quality Photo 9th, 1954. UPHOLSTEllUNG Shown by appointment only. Service for developing. In at Mrs. Bertha E. Talbert Recovering and Rebufldlng '10, out at 5. 9610 Pacific I'RACTOR WORK. - Plowing, Call Ralph Decker. HI 957()_ Administratrix of said Estate Cushions Rebuilt Ave. 15ctf discing, blade work, mowing; 11222 Pacific Avenue Free Estimates Fred Ladwig, GR 8028. 3ctf NOTHING DOWN · G.I. ---------------· Tacoma 44, ·wash. F-URNITURE BUILT 191!9 - Very clean, 2 SPECIAL OHDER CAKES PETERS & WITT Phone GR 3330, Patty Ann AND RUG CLEANING bedrooms, 4-pc. balh, hardwood LAWNMOWER Sharpening & Bakery. 15ctf Attorneys for Estate Repairing. Free pick-up and floors, kitchen, kitchen has lots -----·-11222 Pacific Ave. PARKLAND --.--· of built-ins. Set up for autp. deliyery in Lakes area. Phone Taqlma 44. W.ash. UP+IOLSTEIR'f FOR SALE Siegler heaters washer and dryer. Floor fm'n. LA B002. 3ctf 12814 Paclfio Avenue Published in the Times-Journace, large garage. 1 block to at Parkland Fuel Oil Service; GR 3201 Res. 3181 bus. Priced below value for GR 8684; 120th & Pacific Ave. al Sept. 9, 16, 23, 1954. 15ctf quick sale. Call Ralph Decker :HI 9579. 16·INCH UPLAND slab, 2.cord TANK 9LEANING HAVE SEVERAL good buys on loads, $14 and $15; alder fire· GEPTiC TANKS - CES~ Roosevelt Heights, fairly new place wood, green, $15; Black POOLS CLEANED and modern. FHA, G.I. and Prrnce stoker coal, $16.30; contract. For further informa- l•1111n & range coal, $12.70; Contents Hauled Away <I!> JETS SEHVICE &. REPArns tion call Hal Underwood, HI GR 6520. 15ctf \1lll SUBMERSIBLES <~I 3980 HA 7033 9579 or PR 9896 ---- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - <ill CENTRIFUGALS . FOR SALE - Used heaters at On All Makes of 111 TURBINES SMITH CABINET SHOP-Re- $G,150.00 - 3 bedroom home, if'arkland Fuel Oil Service; Radios & TV Seti!! modeling, kitchen cabinets; we combination living and dining GR 8684; 120th & Pacific Ave. 15ctf Bell glass; 16309 S. Park, Span. room, newly redecorated in~ Equipped to Repair away; GR 7949. 3ctf terior. Convenient to bus, shopPICTURE TUBES ping and schools. Will sell G.I. WANTED - Chickens and rabbits. Call us before you sell. Call C. L. Carroll, HI 9579 or RAY GOGAN Cope's Poultry Market, 703!} LANDS CAPE CONSTRUC- HA 1687. Pacific Ave., Tacoma, 'Nash. 233 Garfield St. GM: 4453 TION. General landscaping 15ctf Re~dty HA 4406. service. New lawns, peat soil, Me~(bdey ACROBATIC, BALLET topsoil, shrub be.cy, ro8keries. 6311 McKinley Ave. Hi 9573 TAP, classes. All ages. Mildred ll-..~-,h--­ Not11ing down, 36 months to Member of pay. GR 3127. 3ctf Keller, GR 7881. 15ctf We Move The Tacoma Real Estat~ Board RURAL PARKLAND FURNITURE LAvVNMO'WER sharpening; New and used miscellaneous.; saw filing; work guaranteed. GAR.BA Airport & Pacific Ave.; ResiCorner Waller and Collins. CRANE SERVICE dence Phone GR 3748. l5ctf GR 7687. 3ctf Power Ditching • SeweN! SERVICE COPPER STUDIO - Learn the Septic Tanks - Top Soil fascinating art of copper toolHOUSE MOVING - Leveling, Serving Parkland, Laks-. Excavating • Rock Work AIRPORT ROAD foundations; cement work; free NEAR Franklin Pierce high ing; day and evening classes; Landscape Engineering. wood, Midland, Summit, 15ctf estimates. PR 2653. 3ctf school; ~ acre fine soil; 2 bed- GR 6066. Spanaway & Lakeview SEAMAN, MAVES Pierce County Permit rooms down, 2 unfinished up; WHIPPING CREAM 80c a CLEANING, REPAIRING fur· cement foundation; garage; quart; 2722 East 112th St., SEAMAN. naces, stokers, oil heater;;; $3500.00, good terms. Mr. In- GR. 8142. 15ctf GR 4700 • HI 2177 - HI 7858 Reliable Oil Burner Service, loes, HA 2547, GR 3871. 10329 Pacific Avenue GR. 6033. 3ctf WANTED TO BUY - HousePARK AVENUE hold furniture, appliances, toys IN SPANAWAY; corner loca- B & J Trading Post, 8328 Park 5-Help Wanted ~~ tion; 116-foot frontage; 6 room Ave. 15c52 home with 2 bedrooms down, ,--...._._. , WANTED-Someone to receive 2 up; ideal to convert into J WANTED TO REK'.P - 2 or 3$200.00 or more weekly, selling duplex. There is a scarcity of I bedroom house; stove and rehome improvement siding and rentals in Spanaway. Has a 'frigerator, otherwise unfun1· roofing. Call Roy 766 or apply vicw of tlic lake, double gar- ished; Parkland; GR 4170. 11.ref11d!y 15p52 office at Roy, Wn. 5ctf age and single garage; $6'150, terms. Mr. Inloes, HA 2:"17, GR . N ON-- 3871 THRESHERS ATTE" TI -· YOUNG MAN to develop film, 1 Grain bac's' good supply; part time, evenings. Girl ~rintG.I. CLOSING COSTS HIGHLAND' FEED, 98th & "r for day work. Exj)Cl"l"'.nc.e THIS dandy 2·bedroom home Portland Ave.; GR 8585. 15c52 preferred, bu_t will tram rii:,ht on 1! nice lots with large living party. Apply m person. c_t1;1al!ly roorn, modern kitchen, nook, SLOAT'S BARGAIN SHOPPhoto Service. 9610 Pac1f1c. bath, utility room, garage; in davenports, $15 up; desks, $15 Spanaway. Call Mick, GR 3871. up; odd chairs, chest drawers, breakfast sets; also store equipB~Wanted To $500 DOWN mc,nt. Corner of 128th & PaOR BUY G.I. Four corner lots cific Ave. Open .evenings and WANTED-Buildings to wreck. close to PLC; large living Sundays. 15c52 We buy and sell used building room, big bedroom, modern materials. White Ball Lumber bath, kitchen and nook, util· FOR SALE -'- Weaner pigs; 15c52 Co., Bingham Road. Just west ity, garage. Call Mick, GR call Graham 7-7484. of Summit View; GR 8591. Sctf 3871. FOR SALE - Pair drive gates, FRESH 1 walk gate; .excellent condiWANTED To BUY -- Hou~eDain HOMOGENIZED AND tion; make offer; GR 3682. hold furniture, appliances, toys, ll'ih;,lgu"" I l5c52 'B & J Trading Post, 8328 Park · PASTEURIZED MBLK Bertocohini favors develop. Ave. 8c53 GRanite 3871 or GRanite 4819 I MARSHALL STRAWBERRY ment of our,. recreational AND CREAM PLANTS $2.00 per 100. Call areas in Pierce County. 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Canyon Road Flagpole Kittie Well Supplied Ne\vs, By loc2I Firms Mrs. K. W. Struensee GRanite 5742

The Canyon Road Community club will resume its regular monthly meetings Thursday, September 9, with a potluck dinner at 6 :30 p.m. The guest speaker will be Judge Richmond, pf Tacoma, and his subject will be Delinquent Par!!nts. Mrs. Newell Hunt will lead the community singing. Hostesses for the evening will be Mrs. I.. R. Field, Mrs. Don. Itansen, Mrs. Paul .Bacop, Mrs .. Fred Patrick, and Mrs. Harry Smith.

She never has the trouble, The worry or .the. care Trying to decide. what shoes And just. which dr~ss to wear. Flag Pole· Kitty ls lucky you see, And there's a reason why; It makes no difference what she wears Away up. there in the sky. And .as the days and weeks go by, . 'Remember if you can, To wave to her when you pass by, Be a good Pole Sitting Fan. She'll need a lot of ·help from

Flagpole Kittie (Kathleen Fitzgerald Donham) is faring very well in her cozy little nest atop . that 60-fooi; pole on the grounds of the Poche! Distributing Co. Delicious meals were supplied by the Little Diner the first week and by the Parkland Grill the second week. The Shamrock Tavern furnishes her cigarettes. The Mt. View Cleaners provides free dry cleaning , service. Betty Vogel's Country House sends her a steak dinner each Sunday and other tasty snacks during the week. She has received several boxes of candy. A very unusual lamp, designed to resemble her flagpole, was made for her by the Spanaway Ceramics shop. Kittie has originated amusing and novel contest for a name for her little house. Anyone may . enter-nothing ·to buy, nothing to do. except send in a name on a card or by letter. Th.e prize is a Zenith table model. radio. The contest closes Sept. 30.

The birthplace of the Marine Corps was Turr Tavern in PhilThe regular. business meeting adelphia. · of the Canyon Road Garden ciub will commence at 8:;t5 p.m., instead of 7:30, to al~ow time for Mr. .Kropf's tilI1ely. talk. Mrs. · E.' M. Giberson will report on the District Meeting Presidents' Council. Yearbooks for the '54''55 Garden Club year will be distributed by· the committee. The .feature speaker of the evening will .be W, A. Mccrary of the F:irthNursery presenting a ·program on "'Basic Landscaping"; . Exhibits using ciahlias or asters would be aprreciated .. , . €veryone. is ..interested in your ideas. ,Be gen0rous with them! Rummage Sale

The Canyon. Road Ladies auxiliary will hold a rummage sale at 1516 Jefferson Ave., Tacoma, Sept. 9, 10 and 11, from 8:30 ·a.m. to 5.p.m. Anyone having anything to donate should call GR 6422 for pick-up.

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ed as an officer.a11d board mem. ber of the Pierce County Worn. en's Democratic L;;aguc) I have been a delegate from the State of Washington to i wo national Democratic conventions; and I have served as Vice-president of the Washington State. Young Democrats. I am a lifetime resident of \Vashington State. I attended Mills College and the Univers~ty of Southern California ~where I majored in Business Administration. My experience· includes administrative and personnel work for both government and private business. Among .the civic groups in which I have been active are th.e YWCA, where I served as a social advisor; the Young Men's Business Club Auxiliary, of which I ain the immediate past president; the League of Wome11 Voters,where I am. current a.J)oar.d member; and the Pieree County Association for Mental Health, on whose boal.'d and executive board I now serve.

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Were you among the thousands who treked over the mountain to see the big rodeo at Ellensburg last week end? 'Tis said there was a record crowd there, and our Pierce County Posse was a credit to their hpme town, as was the lovely Tacoma princess, Marie Palin, a Tacoma Lariette. Down at Oakville, another rodeo was in session Labor Day with Del Wright winning top honprs in two of the main events. Nice goin', Del. All the kids flocked to the Valley Riding Club Monday where it was "Kids Day". An exciting time was :had by one and alL Bad. luck is dpgging the heels of the. Lariettes' four "man" drill t.eam entered in the big foJernalional horse .show in Seattlf! this . week end. Fi~st there were two sets offour vie· ing for top honors to represent the drill team at the show. Then one of the sorrels got a wire cut, another was laid !Ow by a minor operation, and one of the gals, Katherine .Eckstrom, received a badly spramed ankle so that she will not be able to . ride for a while. The. followmg stat~ment has That left just the set of been1ssued by Sheriff Harold bl . 1_ Woll you guessed it! Bird ~n behalf of his c~ndidlJ.CY O~~ the ~black horses became for Pierce County sheriff. ' lame and will be unable to go "Four years ago when I was to the show. However, the gals elected. sheriff I made these are working on getting another promises to the people of Pierce black horse. They never say County: • "die" and will be at the big "That every community and horse s'how competing with other rural area in the county should drill teams on Sunday after. have adequate protection." This noon--or else! has been done. Along .the trail we saw Jeanie Woods as a professional horse nurse ... Art and Mild· red Peterson moving to the Spanaway district ... H~ns ai~d Leona Roslie on.a· vacat10n trip in the mid-west ... the Mt. View creaners keeping Flagpole Kitty's wardrobe spic and span. Send your news items to r,arry's Mt. View Cleaners, 134th & Pacific, GR 3261.

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September activities for th~ Hi-Booster club will begin with a board meeting Monday, Sept. 20, and a general meeting .at the '.high school on Tuesday, Sept. 28. One of the important topics of discussion will be a suggested scholarship for thh year's senior class. A recommendation that the money be set aside for this scholarship was made at the August17, board mec:ting which was held at the high school. Other important activities were discussed and will be presented at the September general Hi- · Booster meeting by the group's president, William E. Casey. Mrs. Morris E. Lord, and Mrs. Orval Weeks were hostesses for the evening potluck dinner. A complete list of officers and board members for this year is as follows: President, William E. Casey; vice presidents, Mrs. Verona Gottschalk, Mrs. Tella Larson, :Matt Manley, and Russ Malray. Representatives: District, Morrfa E. Ford;. high school, Orval Weeks,; Education council, Melvin McKenney; student, Allen Neman. Committee chairmen: Sunshine, Mrs. Hazel Root; Health, Mrs. Dorathy Krumm; publicity, Mrs. Harold Teeters; s.c.hool activities, Del Schafer; membership, Mrs. OJive Logan; building and grounds, Al Bombardier; _legislative, Hal ~vans; athletic Marv Tommerv1k. ----'-----------

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Mmtary· Funere1I for Spanaway Man A Fort Lewis bugler played taps over a flag draped casket Tuesday at Mountain View Memorial park-Cpl. Marvin L. Gunns had come home to rest in the soil of his native land. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Gunns of Spanaway had been repoi·(ed missing in action and, after month~ of hope that he .might be safe somewhere,· his parents were at last notified that his body had been found; his remains arrived in Seattle Friday. He had served in Korea with the 24th Division. In addition. to the parents, he is survived. by a brother, Herbert, of Tacoma, and six sisters, Mrs. Mabel Kinney, Mrs. MarCoasl", declared Mr. Bertocchini. "I will. sponsor legislation that will make Tacoma the world port that it should 'be. "Legislative. measures . I in· tend lo support include a longrange school building; program, more state support for Schools 1ls. opposed to the present local millage situation, increased appropriations for schools for handicapped children, developmenf of our recreation areas and a small boat haven. for Pierce County. "I'm Tacoma born," said Mr. Bertocchini. "I recall when. ships thronged our harbors, when our industries hummed and our people were busy, when. 40,000 packed our stadium and our town made money, but we have been asleep since the coaling era; I want to help wake our community to its potential future and be a real City of Destiny.'' &. Repairs

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ion Taini and Mrs. Vernon Petoski, all of Spanaway; Mrs. Dorothy . Berryman of Garfield, Mrs. Omie Hall of Tacoma, and Mrs .. Lottie Trip of Puyallup. ·Participating in the services at the military funeral arranged for Cpl. Gunns were members of Clover Creek post No. 118, Spanaway; Tacoma post No. 138, and Parkland post No. 228, all American Leg;on; also a chaplain, firing squad and buglers from Fort Lewis. Funeral services were held in the Mountain View chapel.

H. P. Auge Slates Qualifications My name is Henry P. Auge. I am a widower with four children, all of whom live with me in our home which we have owned for twelve years. My two boys and two girls at.tend public schools. I am a member of the P-TA, a former cubmaster in ~he Boy Scout movement, a church mem ber and a long time member of a Local A.F. of L. union. Also, I belong to several civic. and fraternal organizations. I have an honorable discharge from the United States Marine Corps. I believe, with my business education an.d experience, that I am ad(O!quately qualified for the position of County Clerk. It is my firm belief that the taxpayers· who have dealings. with the County Clerk's office are entitled to courteous and dignified service. I base my platform on honesty and courtesy and a wholehearted desire for a spirit of cooperation among all county offices. I am a Democrat.

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The entertainment held Aug. 27 in the Spanaway school ymnasium was well attcndedg and a fine program was presented. The Mildred Keller Dance Studies presented Julie Nal.ucci and Tommy Collier in lap dance and songs; Patty Joe Cooper, acrobatic; Ann Bluhm, tap; Ron Wilder, tap. Other entertainers were a girls' trio, Joy Barsotti, Mickey Cheeseman and Jean Kerstetter; Patty Thompson, solo; Louise Thomas .and Wesley Lovaas, accordion, all from Bethel high school. Laura Lovass of Spanaway school played an accordion number and Mrs. Jean Thomas, Spanaway rural mail carrier, ofw fered a piano solo. Several members of the Ladies Auxiliary unit No. 138, Tacoma, and members of Tacoma post No. 138, American Legion, Id ,, were present. After the program, coffee and doughnuts were served by the Ladies Auxiliary of unit No. 118, American Legion. Several valuable awards were made during the evening. Mrs. Earl Hardie, P. 0. Box 246, Spanaway, received a hand tool- 0 ed purse; Mrs. Irma Long, P. 0. Box 163, Spanaway, leather A. billfold; Miss Nancy Harvey, > 10710 South J St., a ham. ;;:ill"

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The first fall meeting of Span. away Preschool will be .held Thursday, Sept. 16 at 8 p.m . .in Visito.rs the .lunch room. All mothers of Mr. and Mrs. Gill Lewis and preschool age children are urgdaughter Cookie have returned to their home· in Los Angeles ed to attend, as this is the "get acquainted'' night. after visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. Grandmothers Club L. ·Kirby and other friends and The Kan Do Grandmothers relatives here. club will meet Thursday, Sept. Secret P<1l Club 16, at. the home of Mrs. Lawr'Iihc Secret Pal Sewing club ence Madoche with Mrs. George met at the home of Mrs. Edward Flannery recently. Pres- Schnelle 'as co-hostess. ent were Mesdames Emerson Tarpi=nning, Louis Symmons, Beulah Ballard, Ted O'Neill Sr., Robert McCullough, Robert Steidel, Oliver Omat and Harry White.

Altar Society

St. Benedict's Altar soc;iety will meet Monday, Sept. 13 ·at · 8 p.m. at Marymount. Hostesses will be Mrs. Bolen Brown, Mrs. Steve Crivinanski, Mrs. ,Edward Flannery and Mrs. Grace HoffThe Winner! Harold (Sonny) Olson won man. first prize, a gold cup; in competition with other students of· the Stancato School of Accordion at concert and c.onlest at . By Mr.. and Mrs. Guy Steele Bresemann park· August 29. The regular meeting of RodgWell Baby Clinic The Spanaway Well :flaby er Lunde VFW auxiliary will be held at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 14, in Veterans hall, 11102 So. Yakima, Mrs. Troy Nighswinger presiding. Those attending. the party at Madigan General hospital were Mesdames Don Ward, Troy Nighswonger, Blanche Doyle, Joe McGarr, Arthur Neff, Thurlon Clother, Robert Anderson, Harry Akers, Ralph Rawley, LeRoy Cousins .and John W. Johnson. Four patifipts from the Amer. ican Lake Veterans hospital will be guests of the auxiliary for the grandst;md show at the Puyallup fair. Anyone wishing to help get a coffee urn is asked to save MJB coffee bands. and give them to Mrs. Guy Steel(", HA 2363.

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Post ,Meeting

Rodger .Lunde, VFW, will meet Friday, Sept. 17a-t 8 p.m. in Veterans. hall, Harry A.kers presiding. Arthur N e:(jj' was elected junior vice commander at a re.cent meeting; a chaplain will be elected. Members will go to Buckley for the 3rd Distrrct meeting Sept. 15. .

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Times journal v 9 no 52 sep 9, 1954