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Governor Arthur B. Langlie of Washington; center, the President approaching the platform after his tour of inspection of the dam, accompanied by Secretary of the Army Stevens; right, a close-up of the President during his address. To the left, below, is seen a small section of the huge throng of visitors at the dedication; right, secret service officer with the honor guard of Oregon and Wash· ington State Highway Patrol officers. All Photos by McKewen

delivery truck all day Satur. day. Of course he won't be sent out wHh just any little order, but anyone who orderb six or more chickens may have them delivered by Slave No. 72 Stojack, the sales slip properly autographed by the famous w1'estler who has proved himself a· good sport by co-operat· ing in the Parkland community project Snowden Howie Snowden, manager of the Parkland branch, National Bank nf Washington, has promoted himself to a really colorful job. On Saturday he will serve as bartender at the Shamrock Tavern, hls "master" for the day. Howie's friends will undoubtedly rally around to see i.f he's as good at drawing beer as he is at drawing interest for his bank on loans.

Ericksor; Kent Erickson, of the Burik House, of course "sold" himself for a job connected with horses. Kent is a prominent member of the Sheriff's Posse and a real lover of horses. His INSURANCE stint will be performed Sa tur· day, also. He will start from CLAY ROLEY AGENCY 9Gth St. and walk •oward Park· '\18th and Portland , Avenue land, pushing a wheelbarrow GR. 8501 load of horse manure until he can find a buyer for it. Otto Gomache, his "owner", will go ED MAREK right along with him to pocket Farmers Mutual of Enumclaw fr.e price of the load when it is FIRE· AUTO sold. 12909 Pacific Ave. GR 4000

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Span-Acif'arkers went to the fair last week. Only those. who won blue ri'bbons. at the Junior 4-H Livestock fair at Sumner in August were allowed to. exhibit at Puyallup. Th[s year,. because the Yakima and Puyallup fairs ran simultaneously, the top blue ribbon exhibits at Sumner were sent to Yakima, In this group was Alice Armstrong, wh.ose hand towel took a blue; her chickens (leghorns, New Hampshires and crossbreed) won 4 blue, 4 red and l wrote ribbon. Anne Bluhme took a red and a blue ribbon on a pair of leghorns. Her· brother Ge<irge won two blues on a pair of Rhode Island Reds. ·Diana Perryman, Da_vid Ham. :n:ar and Edgar. Graves took top red ribbon on their rabbit judging team. Diana Perryman had the highestindividual score. Span~A•Park was represented .on ~he livestock judging team by Wally Haavik With their wbbits, Jerry Gammon, Edgar Graves and David Hammer all got blue ribbons, Edgar also receiving three red ribbons. David Hammer's duck took red and blue ribbons. AtYakima, Wally Haavik won a red ribbon on his electrical board, while at Puyallup Edgar Graves and David Hammar got blues. Also at Puyallup George Blulun· won Reserve Champion with his milking shorthorn and also received a blue. for fitting and showing, as di_d Lavonne Rogness .Nancy Brown received a blue in type. ·she and Diane Smith ~ach got red in fitting and showing. LaVonne Rogness and Diane .Smith also got red in type. · At this. time we have not received the results of. the sewing exhibits, although several girls in our group had things e:ntered. This is the end of the 4-II club year. We must complete and then turn in our record books before Oct. 1 so we may receive our pins and our leaders their. pins, which they certainly earn. David Smith, Reporter.


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record which you have macle." With these words, Brigadier General Romulus W. Puryear assumed command of the 25th Air Division last week General Puryear, a graduate of the U. $ .. Military Academy received his commission as a second lieutenant in the Regular Army June 10, 1932. Im· mediately after graduation from the Academy he began flight training and a Y\!ar 'later completed pilot training and a year later transferred to the Air Corps. 20th Pursuit Group The General's first assign· ment was with the 20th Pursuit Group where he served until

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1937. From 1937 until 194.l he served in various assignments with the 18th Pursuit Group in Hawaii, and with the 8th Pur· suit Group at Langley Field, Virginia, and MitChell Field, New York. In July 1941 he commanded the 33rd Pursuit Squadron during its deployment to Iceland via the USS Wasp. After serving there as Operations and Executive Officer of the Air Task Force, Iceland Base Command, he returned to the United States for a year's duty with Headquarters AAF. From August 1943 to July 1946, he was assigned successive Iy as Commander, Los Angeles Fighter Wing, Commander, 36th Fighter Wing, New Guinea and Chief of Staff, Third Fighter Command, Drew Field, Florida. After serving a year with Headquarters of the Air University at Maxwell Field, Alabama, he was assigned over· seas to Guam as Chief of Staff, 20th Air Force and later as Commander, 23rd Fighter Wing. Returning to the States in March 1949, he served on the staff at Headquarters USAF, until June 1952 when he as-, sumed command of the 33rd Air Division, (Defense), Tinker AFB. Oklamoha. General Puryear has been awarded the American Defense Service Medal, Asiatic Pacific Campaign Medal with Battle Star, EAME Campaign Medal, American Theater Ribbon with )3attl,e Star, World War II Victory Medal, Legion of Merit and the National Defense Servke Medal. General and Mrs. Puryear, their son Teddy, 8, and daughter Susan, 5, have moved into their quarters on McChord. Another son, Romulus Jr., 20, is ·presently attending Vanderbilt University.

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17051h Trains al Reserves Major Wllliam T. G. Robin· son, USAF Reserve, and Cap. rain Leland R. 'Johnson, USAF Reserve have the distinction of being the first Air Reserve officers in the Tacoma area to receive training in the 1705th Air Transport Group Reserve Program. The two officers have been ~ssigned the 33rd and the 32nd Air Transport Squadrons respectively, where they will re· ceive flying and ground training in the G54 Skymaster and C-124 Globemaster. This program is designed to enable reserve officer.s to become qualified to fill a position in the

upi.ts te which they are usi.p. ed through training conducted at their convenience. In addi· tion to training directly related to flying, they will al110 be giv· en opportunity to maintain familiarity with standard Air Force procedures. !Both Major Robinson and Captain Johnson saw service during World War ll and the more recent Korean conflict. Also, both are experienced pil· ots with Maj, Robinson having more than 5000 flying hours and Capt. Johnson more than 3000 hours in the air. Colonel Emil Beaudry, 1705th Group Commander, stated that £everal Mobilizations Assignments similar to those given

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A surprise birthday party wa1: given for Beverly Parlacoski at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Parlacoski of 515 So. 120th St., celebrating her 16th anniversary. Hostesses for the evening were Deva Parlacoski, a sister, and Ruth Holmes, a close friend of the family. Beverly, being presented with a silver crown by her father, was crowned queen for the nlght by her father, who also pinned a lovely orchid on her gown. Judy Knapp, vvhosc 16th birthday fell a few days earlier, was given a red rose corsage and the young hostesses received yellow roses. The young group enjoyed a full evening of dancing, games and contests, Queen Beverly opening her many beautiful gifts at 11 o'clock. The buffet supper table was centered with a huge birthday cake, surrounded by miniature candle place cards and large candles. Sharing the pleasant affair were Judy Knapp, Elton Johnson, Nancy Logan, Jimmy Lyons, Jeanette Rich, Darold Hogan, Kathy Jo Hansen, Larry Hogan, Delores Gordon, Roy Brown, Arnold .John VonClasse:n, David Newell, Linda Olson, Billy Hays and the honor guest.

Margit Thorvcddson To Teach In Germany

""Serenade In Blue.. Dance Theme "Serenade in Blue" is the theme for the junior prom to be held this Friday, October 1, in the Bethel high school auditorium, with King Gene Ressler and Queen Peggy Reynolds reigning. The theme will be carried out with shades of blue and silver. The attendants will be Kay Reichel, Howard White, .June Holmes and Dave Johnson. Judy Lyons, general ch{lirman for the dance, has as her corfimittec Patty Thompson, Danny McGraw, Dave Johnson, Howard White and June Holmes. The class advisor is Mrs. Betty Danielson. Honored guests include Mr. and Mrs. Earl Platt, Mr. and Mrs. Homer T. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Olson, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Ressler and Mr. and IV:rs. H. W. Reynolds. Music will be furnished by Vvinston Baker and his five. piece combo, featuring a vocalist. The dance is for students of Dcthel high school and their dates.

U. S. Forces, Germany Margit Thorvaldson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leif Thorvaldson, Rt. 1, Eatonville, Wn., \'Vas among 800 teachers who recently arrived in Germany to teach in schools for children of American military personnel. Miss TborV'aldson, who was selected from a total of five thousand applicants, will tea ch in Straubing, Germany. She is a 1950 graduate of the Slate University of New York in New Palla and a member of Kappa Dr:lta Pi Sorority.

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Reception Honors Fred Danielson Members of the Parkland Volunteer Fire 'depar.tment ar· ranged a reception for Fred Danielson at the fire hall Sept. 23, the Ladies Auxiliary serving lunch. Mr. Danielson was presented with a gold honorar.v b<tdge, also a fishing rod and reel; Mrs. Danielson received a gift from the auxiliary. The Danielsons are moving to Grayland, Wash. Mr. Danielson was a member of the Parkland department for 10 years and helped organize the fire clistrict, serving as commissioner for eight years.

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Acting Positmaster Vernon Utzinger announ.ces advertisements for proposals to lease quarters for the Parkland branch post offilce. The term of the lease is from five to ten years; the desired floor spac:;e approximately 3,500 square feet. Bids . must be submitted to E. A. Wohlform, post office inspector, at the Post Office building, 3rd and Union, Seattle 11, on or before Oct. 24, 1954. Anyone interested should contact Mr. Wohlfrom at the above address or see Mr. Utzinger at his office at the· Tacoma post office for further information and bid for:rp,s.

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The first P-TA meeting of the year will be held Friday, Oct. 8, at 8 p.m. at the school. Fol· lowing the regular session, Woodland's teachers will be presented and honored at a reception. Refreshments will b<r SNVed; anyone interested in the school is invited to attend. 4-H Skating Party Members of the Fruitland 4-H club enjoyed an evening of ice skating at the Lakewood ice arena recently; 4-H'ers attending were Dorothy and Karen Keil, Karen Hanson, Jareleth Hoffman, Carol Cordes, Carol Tareply and Rita Thompson. Parents driving over with the girls were Harold Hanson, Mrs. Tareply, Mrs. Cordes and their leader; Mrs. Keil. Birthday Party The home of the Howard Allens was the scene of a birthday dinner arranged by the Birthday club for Mr. and Mrs. Russell Tucker. A gift was pre· scnted to the Tuckers, also cleverly decorated individual cakes made by Mrs. Allen. Present were Messrs. and Mesdames Fran Hamill, George Cole, Art Lincoln, Bud Root and Carl Cordes and the honor guests and hosts. ed at the dam for only a ~<>hort time, an entertaining program was provided for the visitors all day. Indians from the UmatUle. reservation put on a colorful feature and bands from many towns provided music. There was a fine boat show on the lake. But .the real show was in the air. The Navy's four Blue Angels provided a half-hour of thrills with their precision acrobatics and a great fleet of j~t bombers from a California base swept in, made one turn over the scene and headed back to base on a non-stop flight. Cruising high over all, a lone C-54 controlled the air traffic. Most of the visiting planes were based at Larsen Air Force Base. A fabulous buffet luncheon was served to distinguished guests, journalists and photo· graphers in the recreation build· il~g in the McNary Dam settlement, the hosts being the many contractors who contributed in any way to building the dam. Mr. McKewen deeply appreciated the fine treatment accorded him as representative of the Times-Journal, which incident· ally was the only weekly paper sending a photographer to the dedication. Only the photographers there for the big TV and movie interests, six in all, were given preference over the 15 picture men from Washington and neigh1boring states. Hav. ing previously been carefully screened for security purposes, they were not restricted in any way and were able to get ex. cellent pictures of all that went on. He had a fine time and is just waiting for another such event to do it all over again, sometime when he can take a day off from his own business, the McKewen Studio of Park· land.

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Bringing the total of free gas to approximately 300 gal· Ions, Bob's Place service station announces this week's win· ners in a novel contest. The deal is simple-ju$t drive in and say '.'Fill 'er up," to .the attendant, meanwhile writing down on a sldp of paper the amount. of gas you thlink/ your tank wm take. If you are correct within 1/lOth of a gallon, the gas in your tank is yours for free. The fact that your judgment governs your entry makes the deal a legitima,te contest, not subject to any legal objections. This week's contest winners and the amounts won are: Harold Bjornsen, 17.9 gallons; E. J. DeRocher, 16.2; August E. Barrett, 14.4; Harold Christopherson, 13.8; Charles Hogg Jr., 13.1; Lee Reilly, 13,6; Glenn Bremmeyer, 12.1; J.Staley, 11.5; John R. Conrad, 11.2; Richard Violet, 11.2; John Logan, 10.6; A C. Youngblood, 9.1; W. A. Paris, 7.3; Paul l'\eighibors, 4.5. The contest closes Oct. 15.

Bids Wanted for S New Parkland 1 Post Otnce

SWEET CORN, Dozen ...................•.. ~............. 39c APPLES, Jonathan, 2 Lbs ............................... 25c CABBAGE, Lb. . ............................................... 3c SACKED COAL, 50 Lb. Bag. Clean to Handle PRESTO LOGS . STOCK, POULTRY, RABBIT FEEDS LARRO or GOLD MEDAL PAY YOUR P.S.P.L. BILLS HERE Prices Effective Thurs. Noon, Fri., Sat., Sept. 30, Oct. 1, 2

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9. The heartwarming expressions of sympathy wr>re too numerous to acknowledge individually, but were deeply appreciated. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Nelson

We wish to thank our many friends for their cards and messages following the loss of our son and daughter-in.law, Mr. and Mrs. David E. Nelson, who were killed in an automoTickets for Parkland Luigi's bile accident in Minnesota, Sept. dinner are on sale .at the bank.

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Bridles $3.95 - $5.25 - Bits-Spurs by Crocket Saddles by Tex-Tan -· Navajo Blankets - Reins $1.45 - $2.75. Hackamores (made up) $5.50 to $9.95. Flannel lined stable blankets $11.95 to $15.75'. . ' ~~~~~_,.--...~_,.._,~~~

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Mens Lee Riders and Shirts - Also have the famous Lee Cow-boy Dolls - Lridies and girls Bell Bottom Denim Riders (also plain tapered). Miller & Tern-Tex Shirts. Indian Princess Blouses (corduroy and velvet). Squaw Boots & Moccasins Concha Belts - Best selection of Western Ties (Have the new Bolo Ties $1). See the new crepe sole glove leather Boots $19.95. (Frye-Justin-Tex-Tan). Hand ·Tooled Purses & Wallet~ $2.25 to $26.50. Soft leather Gloves for work and dress. Western Felt Hats $5.00 to $15.00.

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