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May 28, 1965

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Cadmlic Northwest Progress Friday, May 28, 1965 Visit the Capitol of Washington State The Capitol Grounds THE CAPITOL GROUNDS HE State Capitol Grounds are a ,masterpiece floral arrangements. Gardens of striking beauty adorn eight acres of velvety lawns. The west and southwest sections of the grounds are landscaped with eds of tlf state flower--the rhododendron. With them grow azaleas, camel- Has, cotoneaster, holly juniper, laurel and hearther. During the spring, summer and fall, flowers and shrubs provide a continuous display. From the springtime ossoming of the double-flowering Japanese cherry trees on through the season, the visitor is treated to an ever changing show of matchless color. Mossoth Auto Parts & Machine Shop Automotive Parts - Machine Shop Rebuilt Engines-Radiator Service 943-1190 2521 East 4th 943-1190 Olympia, Wa.,k TANGLEWILDE ROD MURRAY, Mgr. Auto Parts including Machine Shop Service Rebuilt Engines OPEN SUNDAYS and EVENINGS Wholesale - Retail American and Foreign New and Rebuilt Parts 6767 Martin Way, Olympia 943 - 7650 CAPITOL GROUNDS GREENHOUSE: The plants for the flower beds are grown from seed in the greenhouse. It is located in the central area the grounds between the Temple of Justice and the General Administration Building. Visitors are welcome on specified days and hours. THE TOTEM POLE: A permanent monument to Indian art in the Pacific Northwest is the totem pole. The one located near the General Administration building is 71 feet high, carved by Chief William Shelton of the Snohomish tribe. The children of Snohomish County do- nated it to the state in 1938. GINKGO BILOBA TREE: One of the rarest species in the world, the Ginkgo tree is growing about 100 feet south of the Totem Pole. There is a small stone marker at its base. It was the dis- covery of the fossilized remains of a Gingko tree near Vantage which led to the discovery and establishment of the Ginkgo Petrified Forest in Eastern Washington. Hendrick's Rexall Drugs Downtown 501 Capitol Way 357 - 6611 Westside Division at Harrison 352 - 8071 Olympia JAOARANDA Waerfront d;nincj, r;ghf on Pugef Sound. An incomparable view and dining atmosphere, matched with an out- standing cuisine. Visit the JACARANDA 943-7770 Foot of Washington Street Port of Olympia Ample Parking Eastside Fuel Signal Oil Products Stove & Furnace Oils JAMES I. MATZ 357-82A5 408 S. PEAR OLYMPIA The Washington State Capitol Group OLYMPIA, WASHINGTON Legislative Building 1 Temple of Justice 2 State Greenhouse 3 General Administration Building 4 World War I Memorial 5 Insurance Building 6 Institutions Building 7 Public Lands-Social Security Building 8 Transportation Building 9 Governor's Mansion 10 State Library ll Fountain 12 Employment Security Building 13 Highways and License Building 14 Colonel Sanders' Recipe KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN Orders To Go Also complete menu Steaks . . . Sea Foods Cool, Crisp Salads LEE'S 357-3225 Hwy. 99 5 mi. North of Olympia S.M. "Stereo" Garland BE1FII0088H Ph. 352-2831 422 East Legion Way Olympia, Wash. OLYMPIA SHINGLE COMPANY Estiblished in 1916 Manufacturers - Wholesalers - Retailers M. C. Willie, Pres. Washington and "B" St. FLeetwood 6-8514 P.O. Box 234, Olympia, Wash.