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reve1·ts to the days of West-:--gals in callicb, men in typic11:I c_o¥.rbQy garb. IIeavy boots bsat. their rhythms, sixguns s_'A lng in holsters. Aft€r inonthS Of planning a_nclii ''\'oTk~ the 1'.157 ·Round-up takes. over for this one week of the year. As in the past, all proceeds of the event. will be used to improve the Parkland recreation a1~ea -at 138th and J Sts. Johnny Bussanich (Thriftway Markets), this year's Round-up chairman, has surr.oundcd himself 'vi th , a lot cf ·busy people, each one in charge of some exciting, colorful f6ature of the big shOY'.'. The Wednesday night dance on the blacktop section of t.hc playground started the Round-up off in good shape. The affair was free to the public and with danc~ fog to the music of Ray Ba1·tley's W ssterh Rhythmecrs a good time: for all was a foregone conclusion. 1

Today ( Thurs9-ay) is one of the big days of the Round--up. Promptly at .6:00 p.m. the Pony Bx1Jrcss ride, spons_ored by the Pierce Coun'!:y 8he2:'iff's Poss3 \~'ill ]ea vc the post c.Hlce in Olympia with tho Jett.er from Gciv. Allxort D. Rosellini which v1iE fornr1lly open the Round-up. The delivery of this letter to Jack Quill, in charge at tho Parkland post office, will mark the opening of the Queen coronation ceremonies at the Parkland theatre at about 8:00 o'clock. At the coronation ce?cmonics the identity of tho 1957 Roundup queen will be revealed. The other nine candidates will reign with fae Queen as Prinqosses during the Round-up. On Fdday evening the Pierce County Sheriff's Posse will offer one · of the really important events of Rotmd-up week~their horse show in the arena. This is sure to be a popular affair. 'l'he Saturday parade is said 1

Srrawlberry fete Faith chapter, O.E.S., will hold strawberry festival in the Fern Hill Masonic Temple at 84ih and' Park avenue on June -9; the hours, 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. There will be a handwork booth. All are cordially invited; donation is 50c.

a co111n1ittee.

The following products wcro donated for the event:. Shurfinc coffee, Pillsbury Pancake Mix, Sunny Jim Syrup, Minute Maid Frozen Orange Juice, Darigold Butter and Carsten"s Hygrade

BUY-SELL-TRADE

to be shaping up very well. As. usual it will start at 96th and Patterson Sts. promptly at 10:00 a.m. and proceed to the R.0u'1dup grounds with a detour to Park avenue through the business section of Parkland. Shortly alter the pcirade reaches the Round--up g:·ounds the big afternoon rodeo will start. The big Round-up dance will be held Saturday evening at Brescmann's Park on Spanaway lake. During in_ter1nission there will be judging of the beard gro\ving contest, \vith handso1nc prizes to the w'inners in the various divisions. The Round-up w iii close with the Sunday afternoon rodeo at the grounds. During the entire week, starting -TYionday, the Ra.inir:r Sho\vs,

carnival company has offered entertainment to young and old w·ith a wide variety of rides and games on the Round-up grounds.

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FACES FROM THE PAST - What was school like some 60 years ago in Vite Spanaway area? One Spanaway man knows-Bill Locke-for he is pictured in the group above, the pupils and teacher of a school located about five miles south westerly of Spanaway, from a photo taken about the year 1886. According to Mr. Locks, the one-room school was built of rough unplaned lxl2-inch up and down boards with lx4-inch battens nailed over the cracks; there was no finish for inner walls or ceiling. The nearest well (and also the nearest farm) was % mile away; the children walked to school, some of them 2112 miles. School lasted three months each year and few children received more than 18 months' schooling-this was rated as six years of education. The teacher was paid $25 a month and "boarded round" free with the families of the dist1·ict. Pictured, left to right, are: Robert Locke, Harry Horax, Edith Parkhurst (the teacher), Daisy Platter, Maude Hewitt, Frank Wilcox, Roy Hewitt, Lucy Peterson, Celia Peterson, Arthur Locke, Effie Baker, Anna Hewitt, Elmer Hunt; Carl Malim, Daisy Hewitt, Joe Barnes, Bill Locke, Bessie Platter, Lula Locke, John Horax, Arthur (Pat) Peterson and Delia Wilcox. Only live of these are still living, Mr, Locke believes. These are Anna Hewitt of South Seattle, Roy Hewitt of Seattle, Arthur Locke of Tacoma, Arthur (Pat) Peterson of East Parkland and Bill Locke of Spanaway.

Thursday, June 6, 1957 The TIMES - JOURNAL

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Parkland fire Hall Number Is L;E 1mB122 The Parkland Volunteer Fire Department asks all people of the community to write down the new fire hall numbe1~ LEnox 7-8122. While this number is to be called ONLY to report a fire, the men advise that even small fires should be reported because small fires rapidly become dangerous unless checked. Fire permits are now required for all outside fires at this season of the year. Permits may be obtained at .the fire hall, 114th street between Pacific avenue and A street, any evening after 8:00

N'T FORGET!!

All TACOMA- PUYALLUP

The Woman's Society of Christian Service of Summit church will meet in the hall Thursday, June 13, at 11:00 a. m. for the regular monthly session. All members are urged to attend as this will be the first meeting of the new year. Mrs. Clarence Ralph, the new president, will preside. Transferred Helen Shephard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Shephard, who has been working for the telephone company in Seattle, has been transferred to a similar position in Los Angeles. Helen finished Central Avenue school and Franklin Pierce high. Going on Trip Mrs. Adolph Johnson, who lived on Pennsylvania avenue for many years before moving to Tacoma, is leaving June 8 on a Travelers Tqur that will take her to Stockholm, Sweden, where she will visit old friends and relatives. Home Again Mrs. Casper Irish and son Tommy have returned home from Bismarck, N. D., where they were called by the death of her mother, Mrs. George Jennings, who will be remembered by many who knew her when she spent much of 1954 with the Irish family. Reporter-Mrs. M. S. Rau, LE 7-8391.

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YIV e certainly appreciate the fine cooperation you folks have shown in helping to make this large scale telephone number change a success. It has been a big .i ob and your continued help is very important.

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FOR SAtE~6 foot pidriic tables. FOR SALE - 12·foot Birchcraft built for rugged use $16.50. Mt. boat; 5 . HP outboard motor; Hiway Cabinet · Shop. Grnham 8121 Golden Given Road aftei' V1 7 •7638. l5c40 5:00. 15c40

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STATIDN--WAGON OWNERS NOW you can: buy a Custom built Kar•Rac you can be proud to put on your Station Wagon. Beautifully varnished, gives that "town & country" look. Positive clip and turn-buckle fastening secure your Kar-Rac. Easily handled by one person. Save $40.00 per Rae. Orchard Hill Duplexes, office, 143rd & Pacific A·/e. So., Phone LE 7 •5194. .......,..,,., 1Gp48,

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Rt. 7, !:lo:, .316 Tac.om;i T1'ad'l~ li'AST PHOTO SERVICE In I Terms at 10:00 out at. 5:00. QUALITY PHOTO SERVICE, 9818 Pa- SEPTIC TANK PUMPING - Recific Ave., LE 7-7271. 3ctf place and repair work. 3 years to pay; JU 8-873·1 - GR 1-5945. 3ct£

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TACOMA UPHOLSTERY Insurance of All Kinds Special on reupholstering dav. enport, chair, .as low as $129. Notary Public SNAP ON TOOLS Johnny Davenos $49.00; Rocker, $29. Hall, 1012 South 110th, Lenox Est. in Parkland Since 1941 FJ·ee stimates; GR 2-6955, LE 71-0856. 3ctf LE 7-8609 Office 0327. 15ctf S02 Garfielcl St., :Parkland South End Auto Wreckers "Deal with the people who give BATON TWIRLING classes, beUSED PARTS you .their personal attention." ginners and advanced, by Frank Motors - Transmissions Schreck of Lewisburg, Pa., now FOR SALE-5 acres, good build- in Tacoma . area; if interested Tfres - Batteries ings; close to school, church, <;all MA 7-5559 Thursday or SatWe Buy Junk Cars shoppingi 30)> E~st '!21st. 9p39 urday. 15ctf Also Custom 'Welding by Joe's Welding 1 )Mile. East Roy Y: on Mt. Hy. Spanaway LE 7-6534

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ROAD GRAVEL & 12 SU:PPLY; pick-ups and trailers loaded or we haul; LE 7-7586 '57 FORDS & CHEVROLETS; Furna'Ce yoµ -want, .Specializ3ctf wholesale prices. SM.ALLEY ing in Williams Oil'O' Matic. 1 Oil - Gas - Hot Water I! PLOWING, rotovating, leveling, 1vl:OTORS, 10110 Pacific Ave., lawns; also hay mowing; R. D. LE 7-4060 anytime, evenings, Parts for All Makes II 12ctf Beeler; LE 7-4940. 3ctf 'fondays. For Free Estimates .call 111 SANDY LOAM top soil, 6 yards G $12; Buck, JU 8-3189. 3ctf

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MOVING, MUST SELL bedroom set; TV set; 11-cu. ft. refrigerator; chrome set; wood circulator;. white enamel wood rang.e. Gu1ta1· and· amplifier, $200 n. value, for $125; LE 7-6701. c:u·n.way urmture 15c39 14lst & Pac. Ave. LE 7-3941 FOR SALE - White oak tllningOpen Till 9:00 p.m. room set, 8-ft. table, 6 chairs and buffet, $30; Monarch autoPARKLAND FURNITU:n.E _ matic oven conhol electric New and. used miscellaneous: r'.mge, $20; hi41lhback kitchen Airport & Pacific Ave. Resi: smk, $2; lavatory $1.50, stool dence Phone LE 7-3748. 15ctf. $2; LE 7-7993. 15c39 30 Day Free Trial 20 Year Guarantee Goodyear Air Foam Famous Red-Line Foundatjon

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FERTIDIZif<G· - - ' - - - - - - - - - - - Estimates F<>r a treat; JU~ 8~ AVON PRODUCTS NOW TV ADHome Wiring Remodel, 0ctf VERTISED. Established terriDryers, Electric ];!eat, tories now available. in Parkland Emergency Service Call and Spanaway, for mature cap- CIJJLD. CARE,. my. home, while able women. Immediate place- you shop, run errands, etc., LEWEBB ELECTRIC 14ctf ment. Call MA 7-5271. 5c39 7-4402. Days LE 7-7463, Eve.LE 7-443 7 SEWING, .Alterations, mending; WOMEN 18-55, to address and mail' oui· cfrculars "at home on reason2ble; LE 7-563G. GR 2-7628 14c40 TAP, ACROBATIC, !3ALLET commission. Write GIFT FAIR, 72nd and Portland Ava. classes. All ages. M l I d r e d H.IGHSCHOOL GIRL wants.baby (Dept. 8), Springfield, Penna. 15ctf sitting job, 5 days a week; LE Keller, LE 7" 7881. 5p11 7-7644. BLENDED TOP SOIL; peat; barn14c39 yard compost; sand; free estiBRIDE & GROOM SPECIAL mates, JU 8-2111. 3ctf 8 MOTHERS working? Shopping~ 8x10 tinted portrait, $2.50. 8411 or an evening out? Child care in Park Ave. Family Portrait PLOWING & DISCING - Farm- HIGHRST CASH PRICES paid for niy home, conveniently located So. 15ctf all Tractor. 1st hour $5.00, smelter pole and log timber. in the Parkland area; LE 7-3688. Studios. thereafter $4. LE 7 "7 484. 3ctf Call evenings. LE 7-5972. Sctf 14c39 LEAVE FILM at Quality Fhoto Service for developing. In at CASH for livestock of all kinds. HIGH SCHOOL GIRL Baby 10, out at 5. 9818 Pacific Ave. Also wanted live cattle for mink sitting- or mother's helper; LE ' · , ·''-LEANING 1 feed. WA 2-6797. ELMER. MACK 7-6772. 14c39 TAP DANCING LESSONS. Be. ginning and advanced. Ce.11 Jim Sctf 1 ~:rompi· Service · IN; MA 7-3565. GIRL 17 wishes. child care and· Nylander, LE 7-0574. 15ctf light housekeeping. Reliable. C. V. Hutson - 1 ~ FOR . SALE Siegler heaters LE 7-4657. 14c39 GR 4-3980 GR 2-7038 at Parkland Fuel Oil Service; $150.00 DOWN PRIVATE DRIVER training les- LE 7-0256; '.129th & Pacific Ave. FOUNDATIONS-New additions; MOVE in today. 3 bedrooms, liv- sons; call LE 7-4495 any time. 15ctf free estimates, financing; work ing room, dining room, kitchen 14ctf SPECIAL ORDERS CAKESguaranteed; GR 4-2002. 3ctf wired 220, 3-pc. bath, utility room plumbed for washer and WILL DO HOUSEWORK; also Phone LE 7-3330. Patty Ann SEPTIC TANKS & WATER dryer, 2 lots, garage.. Price ironing in your home or mine; Bakery. 15ctl LINES INSTALLED. Riley $4,950.00, payments $50.00 a $1 an hour; Belle Maulsby; LE Brothers; Phone LE 1-0987 or 7c5393 or LE 7-7423. 14p39 LE 7-3204. 3ctf month. Call Ralph Decker, GR 4-9579. BULLDOZING • DITCHING 15 GRAVEL 2 ACHES - $6500.00 • TOP SOIL - SEPTIC LAWN MOWERS 2 BEDROOMS, kitchen, built-ins, OIL FOR LESS if you live within TAJ\'KS • DRAIN FIELDS. Serviced and Stored wired 220, auto hot water, brk 2 miles of our plant .. Why pay 1750 9th St, s.w .. Puyallup Power Mowers A Specialty nook space, 3-pc. bath, utility more than 18c for stove oil in Phone Puyallup TH 5-2452 Free Pick-up & Delivery room. Owner will ca1Ty contract 100-gallon lots? LAPENSKI'S 15ctt $1000 down, $40.00 month. Call HOME OF CLEAN OILS, 9920 PARKLAND FOR SALE - 1957 45-Ft. Trailer, Ralph Decker, GR 4-9579. Pacific Ave,, L.E 7-8173. l5ctf 2-bcdroom, automatic washer. CYCLE KEY GI - $150.00 DOWN 11009 Pacific Ave. I,E 7-5772. Excellent condition. Cutty Sark 9 Wheel Balancing ~ Trailer 3 BEDROOM home, built 1911, Park. Lot B-19. 15p39 AUTO GLASS, Seat covers; up- full basement, auto oil furnace, Motor Tune-Ups holstery & convertible tops in- large living and dining room, USED FURNITURE 2 bedroom ~ Headlight Adjusting stalled. Open 9:00 .a.m. to 1:00 kitchen wired 220, lots of hit-ins sets, davenport and chair; call p.m. Saturqays, ART'S GLASS 3-pc. bath, hardwood floors, 3 Airport Rocket Service LEnox 7-3705 after 7 p.m. 15p39 & UPHOLSTERY SHOP. 8l6 So. --· ----·lots, garage. Price $7.450.00. Airport Rd. Next to IGA Tacoma Ave. MA 7-2200. 3ctf Call Ralph Decker, GR 4-9579. FREE TO GOOD HOMES - Cute Shopping Center -------6-weeks-old kittens; call LE 7RAY GOGAN Landscape Con5750. 15c39 struction. Puya1lup sandy loam RIDING HORSES FOR RENT 6311 McKinley Ave. GR 4-9579 top soil, new laVv'lls; nothing WILL PAY $300 cash for good B & B RIDING ACADEMY down, 30 months to pay. LE 7- Member of Tacoma Real Estate Mt. Hiway at Loveland. L'.E- %-ton Chevrolet or GMC, '47 Board 3ct! 3127. 7-6377. . 15c40 model or later; LE 7-3748. 15c39

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Attoniey 217 Garfield St. , ,Parklal'.ld, Washington In The Superior .C<mrt of the Stat.e of Washington in and for the County of Pierce. No. 132325 SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION BETTY JANE MARTIN, Plaintiff vs. ELDRED·. LELAND MARTIN, Defendant. STATE OF WASHING.TON TO THE .SAID ELDRED LELAND Martin, DEFENDANT: You· are hereby summoned to appear within sixty ( 60) days

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LOCKER BEEF, wholesale plus cutting and wrapping, also retail counte1". Avenue Meats, 8204 Portland Avenue. LEnox 7-3570. 15ctf UNABLE TO PAY balance of $29 on ELECTROLUX, like new; pay off at $5 each month and get free home demonstration. UPTON ELECTRIC CO., 1148 Market St., FU 3-2551. 15c39 EVINRUDE MOTORS, Bryant boats, all models in stock. Also one used fast win-11 hrs. One used Clinton-4hrs. Both in excellent shape, Al~o wagon wheels for sale. Major Oil & Marine Supply•. 7517 Portland Ave. LEnox 7 -3644. :15c40 GOING THIS WEEKEND- Make offer! New Coldspot refrigerator, large Kenmore electric range; LE 7-8342. 15c39 FOR SALE Large peking ducklings and extra large 1Ilixed goslings; Grahani VI 7-7810. 15c40

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after the date of the first oublica ti on of this summons, to wit, within sixty ( 60) days after thf.l 23rd day of May, 1957, and defend the above~entitled action in the above-entilcd court, and answer the complaint of the plain tiff, and serve a copy of your ans.wer upon · the undersigned attorney at his office below stated; .and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of the complaint, which has been filed with Urn clerk of said coi1.rt. That the cause of action herein is fo'r a DBcrcc of Divorce, on the grounds of cruelty, burdensome home life, non support, and neglect of supporting the family, and abandonn1ent of over one year. KENDALL 0. HALVORSEN Attorney for tho plaintiff Office and Post Office Address: 217 Garfield Street P.O. Box 24">6 ·Parkland Branch Tacoma 44., Washington Pt:blished in the Times-Journal May 23, 30; June 6, 13, 20, 27, 1957. One Navy tractor moved 10,800,000 cubic feet of snow to clear a sea ice landing strip for planes arriving in the Antarctic from New Zealand last October. Rear Admiral George Dufek was the first American to set foot on the geographic S.outh Poie. He waas tho first man to stand at the exact bottom of the world since Britain's Capt. Robert F. Scott, 44 years before. Chapels have been built at two Antarctic bases by Navy seabces working in their off-d1.1ty hours.


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HALF-NOTES: The Costers, of "One Kiss Led To Another" fame, are causing a lot of comment with their "Young Blood" backed with "Searching" . . . "A Fallen Star" is . quickly becoming one of our most popular records, both in the countrywestern field and the popular area . . . The Platters' "My Drnam," which is very similar to their gold.en disk version of "My Prayer," is hacked with "I Wanna," a lively little bounce tune. "I Wanna" is the fifth tune they have r.eleased as a single from their The Platters, Volume I album . . . Look fo1· Chris Conners' "Trust In Me" to be a fine successor to her very beautiful "I Miss You So," which is still very popular.

talked about records in this vicinity. The disk has a catchy opening, starting out with an interlude of dialogue between Clyde and his mystery girl friend. Not only does the opening d1·aw attention, hut the rhythmetic background also does much to capture the listener's ear. In addition to these two by Mickey Hamlin "So Young" by Clyde Stacy is fine qualifications, the lyrics, fast becoming one of the most aimed primarily at the teen-age market, are delivered in a smooth subtle manner with the same definite beat blended throughout the record. SUNSET GARDENS "So Young,. is becon1ing- one BRESEMANN PARK of the biggest hits locally and with sufficient DeeJay plugging * :,i~ * it could easily become an overDancing 9 till 2 I hope you have enjoyed the night sensation all over the nafirst installment of PLATTER Presenting . _- . . tion. CHATTER. If you have any comments, we would be glad to reAnd His Trombone ceive them. Just drop a not to me, Mickey Hamlin, in care of 10 MEN AND A GIRL the Times-Journal.

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Growing a beard isn't much fun, according to a lot of fellows who e.ntered. the Round-up beard growing contest May 1. But; now after more than a month's vacation from the razor, several have acquired beards that might .be classed as attractive, wild-and-wooly-western, or just stubble. Be that as it may, more than a dozen will share in a big payoff Saturday night when the contestants will be judged at intermission ' time at the Parkland Round-up dance at Bresemann's Pav:ilion. Prizes will .be given for the follov.ing beards: longest, blackest, curliest, shaggiest, reddest; also oldest man with beard and youngest man with beard. Anz Grazzini, Art Wing and Bud Mathies, contest co-chairmen, have assembled an imposing array of prizes, as follows: 7-Up ice cooler, anonymous; box of cigars, Service Tobacco Co.; radar lamp, Walt Olson Novelty Co.; fishing tackle box, O'Farrell Distributing Co.; Yardley men'.s gift set, Parkland Pharm·acy; lube job and oil change, Beitz Service; four· White King gift packs, Park 'n Shop Thriftway; Sportsman's Fancy Dan hunting. knife, wrist compass and camper's axe with sheath, ShopEtte Variety; Airborne mattress, Parldand Western Auto; gE)nerous supply of fresh meats; Ray Dugan; beautiful blanket, Shamrock Tavern; set of 6 beautiful gold embossed tumblers, anonymous. The grand prize is a Father's Day (J\lne 16) fishing hip to Westport, all expenses paid, or a check for $25, from l!eidelberg Brewing Co. The grand prize winner will 'also have his portrait made, free of charge, by McKcwen Studio.

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Evelyn Nadine Thieman and Melvin' Mothershed were united in marriage Saturday, June l, in the First Christian church of Sumner. Parents of the two are Mr. and Mrs. Ray Thieman and Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Mothershed. The young people will make their home in Auburn where Melvin is assistant manager of the J. C. Penny store. Relatives who came !or tho wedding were Melvin's grandmother, Mrs. E. Mothershed of Raymond. Wash.; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Allen and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sharon of Ve1·onia, Ore.; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bond and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bond of Weott, Calif.; and Bob Allen of Portland, Oregon. Visiting Mrs. Hany Hanson of Maple Valley visited her sister, Mrs. John LaPorc over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Herzog of Tacoma were guests of the Albert Nelsons Saturday. Best Wishes Friends and neighbors wish a speedy recovery for Mrs. E. Robinson. who entered Doctors hospital Tuesday. Bible School A Daily .Vacat.ion Bible school will be hl'ld in the Community church June 17 t.brnugh 28 for all boys and girls of the area. Reporter - E.atie Nc!so11, VI 7-7640.

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Fishing Booklets Out Cardinal Athletes Sport fishing regulations for 1957 for food fish and shellfish, including salmon, have been published by the Departmcn t of Fisheries. Copies a t•e being distribut2cl through boathouses, r<0sorts and spo:i_·ting goods stores. Requests for the booklet will also be filled at the Department of Fisheries, General Administration Building, Olympia, or at the Seattle office at 4015 20th Avenue West.

1957 PARKLAND ROUND-UP

Receive Letteli"s Twenty-four 1 e t t e r s v.rerc a warded to seven teen athletes at the Franklin-Pierce Junior High award assembly last week. Twel vo baskethnll flfld twclvo trnck letters were given out. . Double wmncrs were Ken Southall, .Rick Smidt, Jim Mancuso, Gary Rheterick, Terry Brink .. Bob Nlaxfielcl and LeRoy Abelson.

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Pct. ton, Howard Wissinger and Don Wissinger, lb 4 2 2 7 0 0 W L Spana way . . . . . . 2 0 1.000 Anclerle. Herm Laviola's double Mitton, p 0 0 0 0 0 0 South Prairie . . . 2 0 1.000 followed and three runs were in McCoy, p 4 1 1 0 2 0 Lacamas ...... . 1 .500 in the inning before Thiel could 1 Witfl Orting ........ . 1 .500 get out of it. 1 Totals ... .42 1l 17 24 11 (; Puyallup ...... . 0 .000 2 Four errors by Edgewood gave Larry Edgewood ..... . 0 2 .000 Spanaway three unearned runs Spnnaway AB R H PO A ~ 4 1 1 1 1 0 in the last of the seventh and Jones, 2b ·Sunday's Schedule Hansch, cf 2 1 1 2 0 0 Edgewood was down, 14-6. Orting at South Prairie. 1 0 0 1 0 0 Lacamas· at Spanaway. Then came the hectic ninth. Kinsley, cf 3 2 1 5 1 0 At last this is the big week Puyallup vs. Edgewood. Wissinger led off with a double Olson, ss 0 0 0 0 0 0 PUBLISHED AT PARKLAND, WASH. GRanite 0223 when everyone dons western Western Division and McCoy followed with a hom- Burns, ss 3 2 0 3 1· 1 clothes, the men let their whiskW L Pct. er. Thiel got Anclerle on a fly Howard, 3b ers grow and everyone has fun- Nalley's ....... . 1 1.000 to Kinsley, hut an error and Brammer, lb 4 3 2 4 2 1 0 3 2 2 1 0 0 . the week of the Paddand Round• Kiwanis ....... . 1 1.000 Johnson's single put him in hot Ketter, rf 0 ·up. 0 0 0 0 0 0 Stanley's ...... . 1 1.000 water again. Haslam popped out, Burlew, rf 0 3 1 2 2 1 l In connection with the Round- 18 Vets ....... . 0 .000 but Phelps tripled scoring La-· Billings, If 1 4 1 1 7 1 1 up the Pierce County Posse will Lakewood . . . . . . 0 ,000 viola and Johnson, whereupon Byrd, c 1 The Parkland Junior Chamber sponsor a sho\v to be held Fri- St. Paul's· ...... 0 5 1 1 1 1 0 1 .000 Manager Dave Harkness removed Thiel, p John Fromm winner of the day night, June 7, beginning at 0 0 0 0 0 0 of Commerce is sponsoring a Results Sunday 'Thiel in favor of righthancler Bob Bi'ev..rer, p NAIA District One javelin e-vent, 7:00 p. m. at the rod'3o grounds. Nalley's 13, Lakewood 5. Brewer. Junior Golf Tournament to be \vjll travel to San Diego to co1nTotals .. _ .32 14 11 27 8 4 held at the College Golf. Course, pete in the NAIA Championships All of you know 'Nho attended Kiwanis 11, 18 Vets 10. Brewer's first nit.ch result.P.d in the horse show last year know June 11. Tee off time is 1 P· m. Stanley's 10, St. Paul's 5 (13 an infield crr~r and Phelps Edgewood ... 021 000 305-11 June 8. that if was a very good show so innings). Hits ....... 0.13 200 414-17 scored, but Brewer fanned Stone Contestants are asked to sign Fromm, who is a junior at Pa- be sure not to miss this one. Sunday's Schedule to end the game and preserve Spanawny ... 600 032 20x-14 up al the College Golf Club, or cific Lutheran College, won the Hits . . . . . . . 501 032 OOx-11 The sl;ow will open with the Kiwanis vs. Nalley's. the victory for Thiel. contact Newt Willis at LE 7-8624 event at San Diego last ysar Tace>m'l Laricttcs presenting colPitching Summary Lakewood vs .•Stanley's. Sutton and Holmquist of Edgeor Joe Greco at LE 7-8559. with a pitch of 228' 6", a new ors and the .introduction of the Thiel ...... 81/3 17 11 8 6 1 St. Paul's vs. 18 ·vets. wood led the clay's hitters with The State Tournament for the record by 14 feet. Round up ·Queen and her cou:·t. Spanaway outslugged Edge- three hits each as Edgewood out- Brewer . . . . 2/3 0 0 0 1 0 winners will be held in KirkFromm is one of the ten ath- We hear rumors that there may woocl, 14-11, for its· seC'6ria·· 'hit Spanaway, 17-11. Mitton . . . . . Ox 4 6 6 0 2 land on June 17 and 18. letes in the nation who were be' a visiting posse drill team straight Valley League win last McCoy . . . . . 8 7 8 2 4 13 The National Tournament will selected as ou tstancling enough to also. The box score: RBI--Jones, Olson, Howard, Sunday at Spanaway. award scholarships and valuable receive all expenses paid trips to Classes are as follows: VI' estern AB R H PO A E Brammer 2, Ketter, Billings 2, Art Thiel was the winner al- Edgewood trophies to the winners. The Na- the Nationals. peasure; western equitation, 11 though he needed help from Bob Anclede, 2b 4 1 2 6 0 1 Laviola, Johnson, Sutton 2, Wisstional Tourney will be held on Fromm has thrown ten times through 13, 14 through 17; campLaviola, 3b 5 2 2 2 3 1 inger, McCoy 2. 2B-Laviola, the U. of Ohio campus, August in meet competition this year. ers' special; scurry by pairs; team Brewer in the ninth. 5 1 2 5 2 3 Ho Im qui st, Wissinger. 3BIn ' other Eastern Division Johnson, c 19 through 24. and has established a new rec-" pole bending; barrel remmg; games, South Prairie kept pace Whitehead, rf 4 0 0 1 0 O Phelps . .HR-McCoy. SB-Bram• Preceding the local tournament ord in eight of these. The only pony express; pole bending, in- with Spanaway by defeating La- Haslam, ~f 1 0 0 0 0 0 mer. SF-Jones. DP-Howard to will he a picnic lunch sponsored meets in which he failed to set a clividual; cow hide race. The camas, 7-2, and Orting won its Phelps, - ss 5 2 2 0 4 1 Brammer. Left - Edgewood 5; by the Junior Chamber of Com- record were the Willamette Re- western pleasure class and equi- first of the year, 12-5, over Puy- Holmquist, cf 5 1 3 2 0 0 Spanaway 10. WP-McCoy. PB-'merce Auxiliary. Boys under 18 lays, where a muddy field held tation classes will be pre-judged allup. Sutton, If 3 0 3 1 0 0 Johnson 2. RB-McCoy. Wmny have a practice round on him to a toss of 214', and a dual at 4:30 p. m. There will be rib2 1 0 0 0 O Thiel. L-Mitt.on. U-Herron .. In the opening games of the Stone, .If June 10. mect at Parkland where he bons and trophies in all classes. W e s t c r n Division, N alley's tossed only 206'. However, he T.he general chairman of this swamped Lakewood Merchants, had been in heel all week because show is Leo Balistreri with Marie Save A Life Palin as judge; Wes Moak, games 13-5, Kiwanis edge~ the 18 Vets, of a mouth infection. Another Lut.Ilcran athlete, ,Don jvdge; Jim Topping, ring master; 11-10, .an? Stanley s won a th1rHall, >tlso breught fame and glory Larry IUrkwoocl, Darlene Rieb Ji, teen, mnmg contest from St. HU'RRY! HURRY! to the Parkland school last week- announcers; Pat Topping, an- Pauls Lumbermen, 10-5. nouncer's secretary. All of the SpanR\vay got rid of Edgewood There's end. other members ~f the Pierce starter Bob Mitton in the first ·Hall fired a 143 to win the Still NAIA District One title. The Pa- County Posse will assist with the mning. Mitton failed to get a Time man out and Al McCoy came in cific Lutheran tcnm took the sl:pw. To Have Let's all get civic minded and from the builpen to finish up. team trophy home also. Yom· A pair of walks "-ncl singles by Th.e District is still considering e.upport our Parklnn;i Roundup lbd1o the possibility of sending I:!aH horse show. See you all there. Vi!ally Jones, Dick Hansch, Ray Repairer.! A very successful sho\v ~ \.\:as Bramn1cri Andy ICetter and Art to the. National meet this weekheld by the Patldand Riding Club Thiel. accounted for. the six Sp,mend. 1 Hore is a list of the places and juniors ~t tl1eir grounds back of a"vay runs in the first. the La Pergola Inn Sunday. High Edgewood scored two in the distanc12s of Fromm s javelin f·O'Ji1t \\'inner fo'r the day '\Vas second anq. one, in the thh~d to your throws this year. V,irginin C:unstron1. 1vith Lo"rinda make it 6-3 Spanaway after fotir own home. Place Distance Linclbccl; second and Robin R.oss frames. Pullman"' ............ 217' third, Congratulations, kids! In the Spanaway fifth, singles Willamette ........... 21.4' Chucf{, Marv and J;;rme just pulled in after a day Along the trail we saw Char by Darrell Billings, Chink Byrd Parkland''" ..•......... 222' out laying that new fangled tile on the floor for Crossman riding Margaret Sein- and Jimmy Olson, together with ForL Lewis* .......... 215' s.ome of the homesteaders in these parts. Connie's to's pretty little quarter horse a wal/'• an error and a sacrifice Drake Relays* ........ 232' horse threw a shoe so he didn't make it in time 12503 Waller Road . Tex Dowling copping a third fly by Jones put Spanaway up Ellensburg" ........... 234.' 11" for this picture, Call LEnox 7 -8309 place in stock horse class at 9-3: Parkland ............. 205' Clearbrook on Sunshine's MisBillings' two-run single in th·e chief . . . the Parkland Roundup sixth gave;: Spanaway a seemingprincesses being judg<Od ·saturclay ly C()mforta ble 11-3 .lead. to determine who will reign Thiel weakened in the sevo1ith EVA · 91~een of the Uounclup . . . Bud and yielded sin gt.es to .Doµ $ut-. -:--;::-::-:--~U"'.~-:--~-.--.,---.--'.'7"-:---.---.--,-,.,--..,--.,-...---~-_; ':~J'~ ~~''.se, .Qu<:>eriie {vith'oit;Ht~le> ;"'·~~'iilll'l\lli'?'."'ll~~'f!l\''"~;t.'!iffJ;~:·,""·'! ·" '!'' ·•· ''"' • · '"i .. -~.,,,;t i . · ,, "' · •" '';,,i:

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met at the home of Mrs. Bess Hadley il'l Tacoma. There we1·e 10 mernbem and two visit.m·s pt·esent. They tied another com.fort.er and at noon enjoyed n '.delightful potluck lunch. It's _stra\vberry season, a busy tiine for many of the members, .so they will. not meet June 11; .instead, they will meet with l\frs. :Fea1·l Engel in Elbe on the following meeting date, June 25. 'They decided to bt·ing sack rrunches that day; thus saving :time so they can catch up on ,the exlrn se\>;ing oir hand.

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Ilay Bartley',; Western Rhythlncers i:,vill p1·ovldP the music. Th.n·ing lnterrnisslon, \Vinncr:.~ in the bcurd grovv·int~ t:ontest 1,vi1l be sdected by the judp;es, m~ny handsoi:w and valurrhlP pvizeq ]w-

ine rrwnr<led. anniveJ'~Jnry.

Keep J,me 16 in mind..:..that is 1h2 date for a Strawberry Festival st the Elk. Plain Grange hall, \Vith the ..Auzdlitil'Y in charge.

Shower A brichl shower honoring Mio,q MilliP Fdkind wa~ given by Mrs. .Jim Sartain and Mrs. Bob Jupiter at the ,Jupite1· home. Miss Felldns was married to Donald Wharton of Oklahoma Saturday evening, ,June 1, at the Baptist clntrch, the Re\'. Vance F, Babcock officiatine.

Family Night The Elk Plain Community church and Sunday school will present a special Family Night program at the church Wednesday, June 12, at 7:30 o'clock. All members an<l friends of the church nnd Suhday school arc invitEod to attend. '!'he progi·am will include singing by all Primary children under direction of Helen ELUin, Primary sujJerintcndent, a special number by the Youth department and two films, "Our Primary Children on Easter Sunday" by Tlfrs. Ettlin, nnd nBeyond Our O\vn." .Refreshments will be sDrw,d.

Good New~ Friends will be glad to learn Hrnt Mrs. Al Heber is home from Tacon1a General. hospital, convalescing -from jnjuries sustained in a fall Easter Sunday. She spent several \v8eks in the hospital \V~th n frnrt1~Te:d i~nce last fall so has had more than her share of misfortunes. HeporLor Mrs. Pearl E. Reporter-Mi·s. Ted Ottersfad, Engel, Elbe. LE 7-7Gi:>8.

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The Coiiins grade school picnic is being held on the school ground.s today (Thursday) beginiiiiig at 9:30 p. m. Each child brings a sack lttnch, the P-TA furnishing ice cream, pop and coffee. Community Sunday School Sunday night service June 9 will be held in the home .of Mr. and Mts ..L. Puett, 12801 Golden Given Road, LE 7-3757. Wednesday night service June 12 will be held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. .Ronald Pearson, Route 2, Box 225, Puyallup, TH 5-2396. The Ladies Missionary Guild ai·e having theh· picnic Fri<lay, ;rune 7, at Point Defiance park. Bible School Work is progres'sing rapidly on the Vacation ·Bible school to be held in .the Collins grade school June 10,21. All childi'en between the ages of 4 and 15 are invited to attend each of these days ·between 9:00 .and 12:00. The children will be "Pioneering wilh Christ" in an interesting and worth while time of Bible study, handicraft, songs and games. The bus will leave Collins school at 8:00 a. m. and take the regulat· route. Sunday night service will be held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reiniche, 1903 East 93rd. Wednesday night service will be held at the ·home of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson, Route 3, Box 157, Puyallup. · Reporter-'-Mrs. Harold BurgeLE 7-7640.

Ronnie .Horman, Car0l Piiett, kehh Res~et, 1.oi~ Stonebraker; Judy Waddell and Dennig \Vil~on. Matt Manley, represent· ing the school board, made the i:n·esentations, assis.ted Ly .their teachers, RQbert J. Brass arlll Russell D. Fulkerson. A short talk was given by Principul David M. Turnbull. Assisting in the Program, beGides the students ancl their teachers, were Mrs. Waletta Carlson, music supervision; the Re\i, Ted Smith, invocation; and Jerry Pepos, instrumental musie teacher. The 8th grade mothers provided decorations and served refreshmcnb.

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Collins News Honors To Top

OolUns Grads Lirida Abrahamson and JerrY Manley. were selecte.d as the outstanding girl and boy in the Collins 8th grade class, and were presented with certificate!i at p·aduation ceremonies last '.!'nes, day night. Del Schafer, repre· senting the Kiwanis, m,ade the present~tion and noted that their names ~vere engraved on a plaque that hangs in the school ha 11. Diplomas were awarded to the following graduates: Linda Abrahamson, Dennis Andersen, ,Judy

Ansins, Vivian Balrer, Hart;.• Beggs, Bo b by Bernhardson, Sharr}"il Bi·own, 11ancy l:iuhlf't, Larry Bm·ke, Marvin Carnpbell, Evelyn Carlson, Wally Curtis, Diann Ell; Joann Ell, Jim Eustace, Gary Fi.tiler, Roberta Gil!. ette, Walter Gogan, Charlene Gronlund~ Rebecca Gronlund, Darrel Gunderson, Jack Haworth, Lois Houskeeper, Vernett Hous" keeper, Larry Irish, Virginia Jem. eries, Yvone Johnston, Ann Maben, Doris Magruder, Jerry 'Manley, Dennis Matheson, Judy Marinchin, Sheila Montgomery, HO\vard Morris, Ervin Myl1re, George Nagle, Tommr Neste·

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Ron will send you on your wa.y ridin high on the new Richfield Boron Ga.saline. That's that new f.anglecl stuff for your horseless carriage.

CLOVER CREEK SERVICE

Frank Turck invites you all to come to Parkland during the 7th arnrnal Round-up. vVhile you're here, drop in and say hello.

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Fort B.ragg, N.C. (AHTNC) Pvt. Charles C. Shultz, whose parents, Sgt. and Mrs. Edward Mathers, live at 15219 Portland Ave., Tacoma, recently was graduatedfrom the 82d Airborne Division's Jump School at Fort Bragg, N. C. Shultz received his parachutist's wings after completing the three-week course, whiCh included five training jumps. He entered the A1·my in November 1056 and received basic training at Fort Ord, Calif. The 19-year-old soldier attended Clover Park High School; Lakewood. His wife, Kathern, is now living in Fayetteville, N.C.

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Above is just a part of the rigs we send out to visit your place~ If'n we ain't calling on yuh now, just give us a buzz. We'll send one of the hands right ont .to yer place. We clean up the Round-up.

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HERE'S A GANG.;;OF RIGHT .NEIGHBORLY PEOPLE. Bob, Alex, Al, Martha, Joyce, George,. Bol:Jl:Jy, Mary, Dick, Jeanette, Bill, Pearl and Jo invite you to drop by the Big Bear corall, get acquainted and stock "'~lp yoiir chuck wagon.with vittles for the annual PARKLAND ROUNDUP. We'll help you every way,. even to totting your grub out to the wagori. for you, See. you in Parkland June 6th, 7th, 8th and 9th.

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Thursday, June 6, 1957 The TIMES - JOURNAL

Hold Your Horses! Here Comes The Round-up Parade! What's the circus--0r the Round-up without a parade! This year's Round-up parade is scheduled for Saturday, June 8, and promises to he quite exciting. Fred C. Sanderson, chairman, .and Harry Wuestney, cochairman, are happy to have lined a fair number of floats and interested groups, also two high school bands - Franklin Pierce and Yelm. Riding organizations taking part will be the Pierce County Sheriff's Posse, the Tacoma Lariettes, the Parkland Junior Riding club, thh Valley Rad.ing club and probably three Olympia groups: The Thurston County Sheriff's Posse with its auxiliary and the Castle Riders. While entry blanks have been available to anyohe, the lack of one is no barrier to participating in the parade. Anyone wishing to share the fun may do so by being at the starting point by 9:30 Saturday morning. Groups arc favored, though single riders are welcomed as they will be placed with others. The parade will form on Patterson street, facing north to MARGE and AL Hope You Enjoy the

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Pony Express Ride To Open 1957 Round~up At approximately 8:00 o'clock this (Thursday) evening, the last of the Pony Express riders will pull up his horse at the Parkland Theatre to deliver a letter f~om Gov. Albert D. Rosellini, thus formally opening the big 1957 Parkland Round-up. The important letter will be received at 6:00 p.m: from the Oly,mpia postmaster and delivered at Parkland to Jack Quill, station superintendent here. As all the riders were specially deputized as mail c;arriers for the United States Government for this one occasion, the letter is actuallyofficial U. S. mail and a valuable collectors item. The Pony Express ride is sponsored by the Pierce County Sheriff's Posse and all participants are members of that hard riding organization who hope to lower last year's record of one hom· 50 minutes. from Olympia to Parkland. Del Cheney is chairman of the Pony Express committee, Riders will include Buzz Carmel, who picks up the letter at Olympia; Don Hanna, Jerry Banks, Cecil Nichols, Leo Balistereri, E. K. Darwin, Del Cheney and Deb Flincham. Escorting each man as he rides will be others of the team in cars hauling their horse trailers, inaking an exciting caravan sure to create much interest in the Round-up.

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A11:1 of you hombres that crave to wash down the chst and spend some time with some mighty hospitable we1:>te1·ners, stop in and visit BUD & ANZ.

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Here's oHe gang that needs no introduction. They're buE>y week after week rounding up the best buys ever seen out here on the prairie.

Anderson Lumber Company Bargain Basket Brookdale Golf Course Big Bear Store College Golf Course Spanaway 5 & 10 Mary"s Bit O" Sweden Park "n Shop Thriftway Parkland Cycle & Key Young's Gift Shop Armstrong's Used Cars Summit Trading Co. Bob's Place ~-=--•D-ml.B ... -..1 C:.L ......, C•ar..•.A. ~ I UI ftl'WllllW 4dl'llV,lliii" _,,.VI 1Ei>

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J. R. Loring Real Estate

·Keller's Floor Covering Gibbons Spanaway Food Center McKewen Studio Midland Thriftway A .. 1 Auto Wreckers Brookdale Lumber Co. McDaniers Market Rollins Auto Wrecking Smith Jewelry

Wilma"s Beauty Shop Richardson's Well Drming Spanaway Auction Barn Brad Bannon Insurance'

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Thursday, June 6, 195'7 The.TIMES - JOURNAL

Coronation of Round-up Queen Due Thursday The coronation of the 1957 Round-up Queen will highlight a colorful and attractive entertainment event this (Thursday) evening at the Parkland Theatre, starting at approximately 8:00 o'clock with the arrival of Gov. Albert D. Rosellini's letter from Olympia, officially opening the Round-up. Carrying the letter will be a group of members of the Pierce County Sheriff's Posse, deputized as U. S. mail carriers for the occasion, who will make the Pony Express r:de from the state cap-

ital to Parkland. Jack Quill, station superintendent will receive the letter at the th~atre The identity of the Q~een will be revealed and the lucky girl will be crowned by Johnny Bussanich, 1957 -Round-up chairman; the other nine candidates will be Princesses for the week. Candidates and their sponsors are: Merlene Anderson, sponsored by the Pierce County Sheriff's Posse; Sharon Centoni, Tacoma Lariettes; Emmela Downs, Parkland Big Bear; Marilyn Ganes, Parkland Junior Chamber of . Commerce; Patricia Gaubert, Roy, Wash.; Sherry Holmes, Sanders Health Service; Sandra Lenhoff, Tacoma Unit No. 1 of Washington Horsemen; Jackie Richmond, The Hub; Leona Stant, Parkland Junior Riding Cfob; Pat . Wells,· Colts & Fillies.

Maurice Fletcher, in charge

the program, has arranged outstanding entertainment for the ever;ing, se_ven stell?r acts of music, dancmg and riotous comedy. The headliner will be 30 minu~es of profession~! talent :·ecrmted througJ:i Special Se:vices at Fort ~ew1s and fealurmg two award wmne:s, one of whom created a sensation on the Ted Mack show. Talented performers from Parkland and Tacoma will be enjoyed. "Fletch" is proud of the coronation program. Master of ceremonies will be George Spray. who made quite 8; name for himself through the hvely shows he put on for the March of Dimes. • And what does all this cost the viewers? Not a cent-anyone wearing a Round-up button will be admitted free. Of course you can buy a button at the theatre for only 50c if you've lost yours. You'll want it to wear the rest of the week anyway, so the show costs you nothing.

County Agent'& Corner By Florence D. Allen Forty-six 4-H club members and leaders from Pierce County are going to the State College at Pullman on June 9th to ·attend the State 4-H Club Camp. Mrs. Gilbert Carlson, sfate president of 4-H leaders, from Waller Road, Mrs. J. C. Kittinger, president of Pierce County 4-H County 4- Hleaders from Fife, Mrs. Sheldon Stutz, 4-H leader from Gig Harbor and E. J. Lawler, 4-H leader from Midland, will accompany the group.

Rainier Shows Al Round-up

Providing a true carnival atmosphere, Rainier Shows will oper'!.te a pleasing assortment 0£ rides and other attractions all this week at the Round-up grounds, South 138th and J Sts. The excitement and glamor of the old time traveling show offers a Iot of fun to everyone, with a generous percentage, of the "take" going to the RoundThe Round-nparcna will be a up objective-the development bnsy place Satnrday and Snnday of the Parkland recreation afternoon with big-name rodeo centei·. performers setting the pace for clever local lads. Several well exhibition each day; also on the known riders will be on hand to compete for prize money in program will be a greased pig event with a fine prize for the the events, which include barewinner. back and saddle bronc rilling, Rodeo Chairman Kent Ericksteer wrestling (bulldogging), son promises a fast thrilled-packwild cow milking, calf roping ed ·show. and Brahma bull riding. "Woody" Woodard will fnrnish the stock. Each day the Pierce County Sheriff's Posse will open the show with presentation of the colors. The Tacoma Lariettes will also appear for one of their beautiful drills each day. The clowns are always a thrill to the young-at-heart and all will welcome Parkland's own funnyman Joe Anderson, who will be aided and a betted by the Arnue brothers of Seattle. Connie Erk and .his wonder horse Rex Junior will pnt on an

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Rudy Engebretson sez: Don't go in circles looking for foed, w.e have Feeds for every breed!

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Boys ·and girls attending the State Camp are: Valeria Bomb· ardier, Sally Hanson, Kathie Jones, Donna Ayers, Pat Lawler of Midland; Karen Winch, Roxine Schrader, Linda Savage of Riverside; Denise Allgood, Ruth Snyder, Judy Clark, Linda Stutz, Bill Wasser, Bill Routley, Donald Buchanan, Katherine Buchanan, Edwin Moline of Gig Harbor; Pricilla Pederson, Phyllis Anderson, Nancy Brown, Rozanne Johnson, Edgar Graves and Diane Smith, Parkland; Donald Rasmussen, Weyerhaeuser; Alan Bergmyer, John Green, David Larson, Jim Schmit, Doug Smith of Edgewood; Linda Lewis, Donna Freeman of Tacoma; Linda Brotzman, Dick Casmier of Woodland; Sandra Kitti:,,ger of Fife; Jim Moebius and Marlene Banks of Thrift; Marvin Saxton of Orting; Jeanette Baker, Claudette Baker, Lana Alexand'3r, Waller Road; Joe Grave of Eatonville. The group will attend classes and go on tours at the college besides having activities in swimming, baseba11• and other types of sports and programs in Bryan hall. DROP YOUR REINS AND CO:ME IN FOR THE BEST DAD BURNED I

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ATTEND THE PARKLAND ROUND-UP

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BURGER SHOP l34th & PACIFIC In The Big Bear Shopping Center

"Hard Wood" Gordon - - • For a Round-up Value in Home Furnishings. We Got the Goods!

PARKWAY FURNITURE

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After the show is over, stop by and stock up on Hobby supplies to while away the time out on the range, ·at the

mlxed with the compost material, "This high nitrogen compost furnishes me with most of the fertilizer I need for my small place," Mr. Rau says. It appar· ently is very good fertilizer judging from his healthy garden and. fruit bushes and trees. He built the pit with concrete blocks which are better than boards unless boards can be made uh' tight on sides. Compost is not complete fertilizer but is a soil conditioner and helps supply humus.

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methods. "See, I make most of my own fertilizer," Earl Rau of Spanaway pointed out the other day. He showed me his large compost pit. It was about 16 feet long, 7 feet wide and three feet high. He had it partly filled with alfalfa clipped from a small nearby plot. He also plans to cut a small nearby plot of sweet clover to finish filling th~ pit. I took his picture in the sweet clover which was 53 inches tall. He adds phosphate and lime to his plots. Dirt is

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By George Purcell Two hundred s~venty-four 4-H demonstrators in Pierce County this year! This is 50 more than in any previous year. The 4-H boys and girls .motto is learn by doing. They practice what they preach by demonstrating their know-how in electrical, agriculture and home economics subjects. In these demonstrations they show and tell things connected with their projects-making rope halters, planting vegetables,' culling chickens; pruning forest trees, making electric switch boxes, making clothing, preparing food, etc. Demonstrations by each boy and girl is just one method of teaching by the 4-H leaders. Judging of various agriculture and home economics is another method. Record keeping another. Camping is another and there are several other

Orval, Dot, Fred and Orval Jr., say: We're here to give that ole or new hoss power plug of you'm the best of service. Bring her in for the finest major gas and oil. .Also .you can rent a hitch-up wagon here to move what have you.

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Howclv Miss!! Either you're. from the East or you had your hair done at the FLAIR Beauty Salon! Diane jtrnt rode up to ride herd on the store while her ma and pa, Biddy and John Smidt, nm out to the homestead to check up on the stock. Speabn' of stock (women's apparel kind), it'll pay you gals to visit . . .

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CHRISTINE SAYS: "For that new colt or filly we have wearing apparel, sizes ranging to 6-X. Also lots of nice ju'venile furnitui·e to make life better for ma and pa. Hitch the wagon in front and stop in for a spell."

STOR KVIL LE BABY SHOP 9618 Pacific Ave.

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Jim, Charlene, Dixie and Barbara invite you to stop and taste the beef in their 19c hamburgers. At the rodeo you'll see top steers, but here you'll taste tor food.

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to Parkland.

When you're in Parkland for the Round-up rein the flivver into our corral and take a gander at our display of modern appliances for the homestead ... :Stoves - Refrigerators - T.V.s - Freezers - Etc. Also no need for ma to split wood any more, just give us a call, our buckboard w.ill come right out with the best in heating oils.

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Huntin fer a spread? Any of the above pictured hombres, (Bull Shipper) Jim Loring, (Montana Rose) Muriel, (Wild Bill)· Black, or (Ruslin Gene) Underwood kin shore fix you up. When you're in town for the

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and Mrs. Mitch· Milne will attend from the Fruitland Grange. Mr. Milne fa the Grange Master .here. Champions?°" The Woodland school basketball team won over Firgrove on Tuesday, May 28, by 6-5 giving them the championship in the elementary schools. of the Puyallup district. Players on the team this year were: Pitcher, Roger Mannin:g; catcher, Tommy Haggen; lst baseman:, Leon Cardwell; 2nd baseman, Johnny Harbor; 3rd baseman, Edwin Quirie; short stops, Johnny Snider and Jimmy Strong; fielders, Erwin Spencer, Neil Hanson and Allen Killion; substitutes, Larry Adams,

Young Grangers

To F'ele Parents The Juvenile Grange will put on a combination Mother's and ;Father's day pi·ogram at the next meeting of th" Frnitlan<l Grange Friday night, June There will also be a display uf the projects made by the J uvenilc Grangers and these are to b~ sent into State Grange for judging, State Grange will be June 16-21 at Spokane. Mrs. Helen Greene, our Juvenile Grange Matron: and Mr.

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Russel Helmka, Freddy Minchau, Tommy Grass and Mike Sheldon. Coaches for 'the year were Mr. Ehrenheim, 5th grade teacher, nnd Mr. Barnes, 6th grade _teacher at Woodland schooL Birthday Dinner A pot luck birthday picnic was held at the Carl Cordes home in honor of Geo. Cole's birthday this last week. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Cole, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cordes, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Badham, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Holliday, r. ·and Mrs. Jim Calvert, Mi·. and Mi·s. Clancy Moore, Denny Moore, Mary Cook and Grandpa Cole. · Neighborhood Club The Garden Valley Neighborhood club, from Garden Valley Road, met for lunch at the Top of the Ocean on Thursday, May 23, with 11 present. Theit· meeting is held the 4.th Thursday of each month. Participants from Woodland school in first year Violin Orchestra at the Puyallup elementavy schools concert Friday, May 24, in the Puyallup junior high were Nancy Wooley, Cathy Mullins, Nancy Moss, Nancy Davis and Diane Fox. The parents of these children would like to thank Mrs. Charles Wooley for taking the girls down to practice every week for the past six weeks.

Grange The McMillian. Grange drill team exemplified the 5th degree at the Fruitland Gi:ange Friday night, May 24, _and initiated 41 members in the 5th Degree of the Grange, which the Pamona or County Grange. Six . members were. initiated from the Fruitland Grnngo: Mrs. L: E. Lovitt, Claudia Lovitt, Mrs. Ed Swalander, Mr. and Mrs ..Frank LaCoss and Mrs. J, C: Mullins. Booster Club Beost.er club game night had a good turn out on Friday night, May 24, and the club would like to thank the following merchants for · donations: - Summit View Thriftway Store, · Lewis Meat Market, Jerry's Shell Station (at Summit), Howard Allen's Grocery and Ma's Hamburger. The Boosters have purchased an electric fry pan to be awarded at their next game night, which will be June 28. School Picnic The ¥loodland school picnic at the Paul Bunyan Rifle club on Saturday, May 25, was a huge success with some 300 present. There was plenty of food and the kids and parents finished up on all the ice cream they could eat. Armand LeBlanc was the general chairman in charge of the picnic. 4-H Winne1·s Members of, the Evergreen 4-H from Woodland, Mike Wade and Roberta Reed, each entered a Holstein calf in the Enumclaw

Jr. Dait·y show ·on Saturday, May 18. Mike won a red ribbon . on type and. a yellow on Fitting and Showing. Roberta won a blue ribbon on type and a yellow on Fitting and Showing. Fl Sl ' ower aow Woodland participants in the Hill and Dale Flower show in Puyallup on May 25 and 26 came l:iome vn•th many r1'bb ons. In the Junior Department, Nancy Wade received two blue ribbons, oi1e in the horticulture division and one in arrangen1ents, and a rod ribbon in horticulture. Edward Wade won a red ribbon on arrnngements. In the adult department in the horticulture division, Mrs. L. A. Holbert won, a blue rilibon, Mrs. Lester Gelzer a blue ribbon, Mrs. B. M. Davenport two blue ribbons and a red ribbon and Mrs. S. J. Erck a blue ribbon. In the recora.tivo division, Mrs, Everett Noels won a red ribbon, Mrs. G. J. Fisher 2 bhw and one red ribbon; Mrs. B. M. Davenport a red ribbon, The Woodland Garden club won a yellow ribbon on "Back Door Arrangement" in which 14 clubs participated. Reporter - Mrs. J. C. Mullins, TI-I 5-8621. An optomist is somebody who'll put the top down on his convertible and park under a tree even tho he hears the birds singing,

Alder - LaGrande News A potluck picnic at 5:30 and square dance at 7:30 will take place at the Alder Community club house at Alder Saturday . ' June 8. Sponsors are the Ties and Taws of Fern Hill and the Hoot and Hollers from Nelsons N-N at Edgewood. Ed and Hazel Townsend, club caller, and Helen and Lloyd Gilbert from La Grande are hosts. There will be guest callers and prizes. Ed says bring the kids and join the fun. Spectators and all square dancers invited. Coffee furnished.

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painted; to make _the box more attractive. It is believed that where mail boxes a1~e improved tlie mail service is likewise improved. Every rural patron will find the local post office employes anxious to give excellent service··. at all times. The cooperation of fill owners of .rural mail boxes i,s asked in this drive, ;,-----------------------------~ dresses of the owners must be on the front of the boxes. The bottom of the box should be 42 inches above the ground on an arm extending out from the post. Ruts in the approach to the mail box should be filled. A rural carrier is not required to leave his vehicle t<> serve a box. Flowers could be planted at the base of the post whfoh should also be

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In See how you can lassoe a good many dollars in savings on gifts for all occasions.

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"ONE ·SHOT" WES and DONA Mc:KEWEN Wes has shot more peo-ple and had 'em like it, than anyone · else in Parkland. (He uses a camera).

S\.V AP-ER ROBERT says: "If'n ya ain't usin' it, swap it in on somethin fer yer ole Homestead. We take in the Bull as well as push it out.

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A hearty welcome from Art Swindland, Cliff Beckland, Bill Adams and all the gang at the Yep!!· Dick and his posse are right familiar with this h'yar rodeo. They bought land in this territory from Injuns and the critters are still making scalp-ting ling deals.

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Attend The 'IParld~nd R~tur:id~Up! Carl Sez: When you own a piece of land, you own something real and permanent; so when you're in Parkland for the rodeo stop !Jy and ·chat a spell. We might have just the homestead you're ha1ikerin' for!

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?,Ieeting at .the> home of their lead2rj Mrs, Frf\nk·-naskett, \Y€1"e members of the Midland 4-H CloVei-bttds oil v.ir edilesday Eve'"' ning, May 22. Jan_e La;;,,:l~i', pr2si..., dent, and her mothe1·, Mrs. E, .J. Lavde1-, s e r v e cl :refreshment<;, I\:athie Jones gave a demonstrn~ tion on -"S_hrim:p CocktailH nnd Jane on "Blueberry Muffins." Ivien1bers present 1;r,rere -Geor!-rln. Gemmell, - Ja11et Bombardl';Y, Sally Hanson. Nadine Olsen, Do11na Ayers, ICathie i.To212s a:nd t.Tane La\vler. Bii·thtla:v Club Mrs. "Hal'old Walker was hostess to the Birthday club 'Wednesday evening, May 29. An E'1joyable evening was spent \Vith the hostess serving refresh1nents to McsdaLnes Larry Cleary. Rich::n·d McNabb, Walter Conl· p:nn, Fred Siehl, Allen Zook. Cliffol'd Tuller, Herman Port~. Charles Harris. Harold Stavig, John Both and A. Thompson. Spceiul Mas~ Members of the 1957 high school gr11dunting clnss .\vhu aro in St. John of the V\Toods Pari:;J1 ·were honored at a Bnrenlaur~~nL1~ Mass Sunday morning at the 8'.0v o'clock Mass, followed by a breakfast in the rectory. Gru<luates i:':!'Csent \Vere C::irolvn Brusven,

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::.r2 .in cn:ler Ayers v\r110 received notic;:; last Neek that she i: t~1e .v:inncr. of a $12!3 scholo.rship to Vv'estcrn ·washingion Col10:~0 of Education ·where she: i.vill be enrolled i:i. the fall to get startc~d on her caree:c as a te.ri.ch<:;r. Rcpo,.tcr - fyiarlene Ccr;:·ign:n,

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of the friendly crew were on .hand when the pitcher was taken. Here they are, from right to left: Don Klingenberg, Adele Wolff, Vivian

Grange Talent ccntcsi. Thu the111c i.:vas "The Grange in A etion." Reports v.•ere given by the Insnrancc, P...:gent, Agriculture an<l Legislative con1!11.i.ttees,_ a den1onstration by the 1-lome Econornics departmerit and a pocnn, a stunt

Husk, Dorothy O'Day, Julius Mazzuca, Glen Owen, Ernest Christiansen, Betty Olson, James Ness, John BussJnich. We'll see you all during the Parkland Round-up.

·and two songs by the malG quartet and songs by.. ih'e Grange, n·esChutes served lunch to J:..1.;;;.n~­ .bers ·of Hnl'ts LnJ-::e -crangc a.nd to Grangers from 'Nisqunlly, ,(~haµi,f-iers J?rai1~,~.~ 1 ~yy, Benston.·;·

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Earl Rau offers you settlers the tops in Sheet Metal '>lVork. Earl says, "sheet metal work is next kin to tailoring."

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lfhtild!n!3J Permits The follo\ving building pern1ll.s have been issued by E'. Jon.Cs, County Road Engi112er1 Building Department; Harold Br2zicha, $400 broodorhouse, Rt. 1, Box 20, R:iy; Louis Weir, $5000 addn. to ho,ne, 8502 Portland Ave.; Eugene P. DuChnrme. $2L150 inov. hontc to pi·o)J., E. 126th & Woodland Rds. iL C. VJ'ilhehns2n, $300 a<lcln. to c::i.fe. Rt. 2, Box 975 .A. Puyal!np; C~~2_s. R. "\/V}:rit~s, ~~J O,OJ~) f-nu.ne home, 3903 E. 112th; Mcdorc L. Spooner, $500 foundation, 868 So. 107th; \lerne VT. \ 7oss, $10, ... 000 frame home, E. 172nd & "T 11 Stl·eets; J. J. Erickson 1 $600 patio & fireplace, 616 So. 117th.

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Traw Dryem· WHAT A REVOLTIN' DEVELOPMENT THIS IS! Did ya ever see such a bunch of homely hombres. in all yer life? These here are the wranglers on the Times-Journal spread. (It's the best we kin do. Times er tough you know). Anyhow;. posin' fer this tintype, left to right is: Dave Hibbard, linotype puncher. (If'n he's not lookin' at the camera, its cause the heifers in our herd kinda take his eye) ; Betty Johnsen, assistant Blue Coat editor, (she's not poured into them there jeans. She wrestled them on all by herself) ; Ruth Charboneau, all-girl star of the Blue Coats Gazette. (She looks kinda out of breath cause she's~ been trying to round herself up a man fer quite a spell now) ; Dick lVIarcelle, apprentice. wrangler. (He looks kinda puny, but that's understandable since his Missus presented him with a new filly colt just re.cently and seems he don't get too much sleep anymo.re); Neva Honeywell, top pencil pusher in the outfit. (Ifn she looks a little sad think nothin of it. It's the .company she has to keep around here that makes her look . thataway); Bob Warren, top hand in the ad fetchin dept. (He's not glarin at ya. His bifocals 11ef'.d a little adjustin is all) ; Esther Goddard, ad fetchet. (Poor gal, she's plumb tuckered out from ridin around in the buckboar(J. 'all day trying to round up stray ads.) ; Dolores Brown, circulation hand. (Boy, docs she circ~tlate. We never kin find her when -We need her. Now don't get us wrong. She ain't afraid of work. She can stand and look at it all day and hvont bother her a bit) ; Ken Pottle, spfoad superintendent. (Boy, is he sr:-read); Dennis (the Menace) Williamson, printers· devil. (If he looks slightly befuddled it's cause he went and got hisself hitched last Sunday) ; Chet Chamberlain, payroll guard, (Ornery loo kin cuss, ain't he?) ; and then last and hardly worth mentioning is Jack Brown, ram rod of the ontfit. (He keeps his hat pulled down over his eyes thataway cause he's hin scalped, l~astwise it's startin to look like it.); Joanne Chalk, the young un in our bunch, d.idn't make.it for the pitchur, and after countin noses seems we missed Louis Spry too. Guess nobody thought to wake them up. Anyway what we lack fol.· in help 've make up for in equipment. As you can see :we've got nothin but the latest in transportation. Before we add a 30 dash it only seems fitten v<.7e should extend to you A HEARTY WELCOME TO THE PARKLAND ROUND-UP from all the gang at

DesChutes accepted the invitation to put on a return progrLm at Harts Lake Grange at u later date.

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Preschool Party Clover Creel< -Preschool honored 11)\rs. Jerald LaMarr, past president, at a party May 28 at the home of Mrs. Carl Nelson. .A P-TA Past President's pin was pres,,nted; refreshments were Many 7th and 8th grade boys served. '!'hose present were and girls won activity letters ii1 Marge o'irak, Betty Mead, Mrs. the various sports. The list iri- Carl Nelson, Mrs. Ed B.itts, Mrs. eludes Wayne Bos, Patrick Dalby, Jerald LaMarr, Ethel Zerkle, Mrti. Gene Holt, Gerald Hopkins, Jol;n Wallace Bagley, Jeanne North McGee, Mike Taylor, Doug and Mrs. L. Gus_taJfson. Woods, Ron Vorak, ·Jim· McGee, Cruise Ernie Treadway, Ted Kestler, The Clover Creek 8th gmde Wayne Spiway, Bill Wolff, Brian had a cruise Wednesday, May 29. Franich, Robert? Barker, C:hristy On a 35-ft. cruiser they traveled Anderson-, Sharon Dahls1de, Mary around the Sound dJJring .the Elza, Thelma Mayhak, Sandy afternoon, slopping at an island R'-'.ndles, Vicki Heynol<ls, Jeanne for a swim. Accompanying the Radius, Virginia Van Dyke, Mar·· young .. fol!< _were Jo.h.n Connors graet McClure, Diane Ferguson, and Mesdames Vorak, Randles, Judy Kistenmacher. ·Tvedt, W0therell and Mary ConCLOVER CREEK

..Jµccalaureate Baccalaureate services for the 8th gradi:l graduation grnup were held in the Clover Creek Baptist church with the Rev. Vance Babcock as the principal speaker. Music was furnished by Danny, Donald and Mike McDonald and Mrs. William Kennedy. The class in~ludes Gene Holt, Patrick Dalby, Sandra R;mdles, Robert Barker, Sharon·· Vorak, Mary Ann Weim"er, Mary Jea'n E!Za, Caroline Holt, Judy McCoy, Thelma Mahak, Vicki Reynolds, Virginia Van Dyke, Dian Tvedt and Jeanne Radius. Home Wedding Miss Madge Helen Rutz of Seattle and_ Omer S. Rol_an_d, son of Mr. and Mrs. Omer E. Roland of Clover Creek, were married

7th, 8th Graders Receive Letters

Saturday evening, June 1, at the Omer E. Roland home, the Rev. .Gil Anderson of Seattle officia'cmg. . . _The b_nde wore .a g1~~y sUlt with white _accessories. I~c attendants were ~rs. Paul Nwhols and Edward Roiand; .flower gll'ls were Penny and Pamela N1chob. Mrs. Ardene Nunemathe1-, the soloist was accompanied by Mts. Gil Anderson; Mrs. Don Fritz played the wedding music. The trio Irom the Clover Creek l3aptist church sang "Take. Time lo Be 'Holy." .Following tho ceremony the recaption was attended by approximatcly 100, special guests being H. S. Kean of Hemingford, Neb.-,. and Mrs. Vance McManigal and family and Mrs. Muri Nichols of St. Helens, Ore. After the wed-.-

Spanaway News Spanaway Girl Scout Troop No. 60 enjoyed a day at the DesChutes May 25 with 19 girls attending. Parents were Mr. ·and Mrs. Lowell Kent, Mr. and Mrs. ding trip the couple will be at home in Seattle where both attend the university and Mr. Roland is employed at Boeing Aircraft Co. Vacation Bible School Daily Vacation Bible school will be held at Clover Creek Baptist church June 10 through M, 9;00 a. m. to 3:00 p. m. daily, with Mrs. V. L. Lucas and Mrs. William Kennedy in charge. .Transportation will be provided. - ·Reporter-Mrs. William Dalby, LE 7 -0163.

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I,eech, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Omat and M1'. and Mrs. Merl.e Handy Jr._ Trip Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Funk motored to Yakima Sunday to attend the weddmg of their nephew, Wayne Goh!. To Korea Jerry McCullough, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCullough, who has been at Fort Lewis the past two weeks, left Saturday for Korea. Visit Mr. and Mrs. Edward Flannery visited their son and family, the Ray Flannerys, who recently moved to Seattle, to help celebrate the second birthday of Bradley Flannery Friday, May 31. Secyet Pal Club Mrs. Edward Flannery was hostess to the Secret Pal club

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last Thursday: Present were Mesdames Robert Rhone, Bob Steidel ·sr., Emerson Tarpenning, Jack Henricksen, George Stephenson, Robert McCulough, Matilda Symons and Beulah Ballard.

Deepest sympathy to dore Stansbie and family on death .of his mother, Mrs. Stansbie, last Sunday. Reporter - Mrs. Oliver LE 7-6466.

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AHEARTY WELCOME To The

PARKLAND ROUNDsUP Glen Carmack says; "We don't handle lame hosses, but we do a top job on watches, with f a s t, guaranteed re. pairs."

TIC .. JOC Jewelry 10331 Pacific Avenue

Prices Effective June 6th thru June 13th

ato Juice ree eons Fancy eas hun

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Sunnydawn or Town House. Stock up at this low price.

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OUR BR.ANDS ARE YOUR

WELCOMIE TO THE

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6

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JELLY Grape, Crabapple, Apple, Mint Apple, Strawberry, Plum or Orange Marmalade

LARGE "A"

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Invites you to stop in at hfa new livery stable a shot of tb,at~brand new Boron Gas!

RICHFIEtD. SERVICE

Pacilic A.ve. at Garfield St.

B,-cakfast Gems. Serve many diflercnt ways.

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SANDWICH BREAD

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CANNED ROUND

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Rupe Machine Works &Garage 13411 Pac .. Ave., P.O. Box 2445 Parkland 44, Wn. LE 7-7450

COMPLETE MOTO.R REBUH.DING

Two 'student~( at -Pacific Lutheran college have been awardefi $300 sch9larshi1)s by Lutheran Brotherhood, fraternal · life ill~ ;mrance society headquartered in Minneapolis. They are Milo W. Scherer of Sun Valley, Calif., and Gene K_. Peisker of Minneapolis. The awards. were presented b.Y. Clifford M. Korsmo, Tacoma agent fo.r Lutheran Brotherhoo1:1> Lutheran B r o the r h o o d j~ awarding $37,750 in scholarships this year. They include nine scholarships of $1,000 each seminary students;· 45. scholar• shi1)s of $300 each to senior col_, lege students; 12 scholarships i;)i $150 each to junior college stu:~ dents; $12,450 in youth leade1'+ ship awards to 83 high school students entering Lutheran coJ7 leges, and two scholarships oJ' $500 each to Lutheran· graduate~ nurses.

and BETTY •ANDERSON has what it takes Thar hain't no hog wash about it, For better buildin', at lower cost! It's •.

EARLY CALIFORNIA

RI P.E OLIVES

.H:OWDY FOLKS! I'in Dave Weatherell and this here is my missus, Helen. We're newcomers out here on.t];te prnirie and sure would like to meet up with you folks, during the Parkland Roundup.

Dave WeathereH J,exaco Service

CHARLIE ain't retfred, thr,y're just plain tired raslin

those

"MOUNTAiN

BRAND"

SHAKES all day. If the old homestead needs a . . new roof or siding, these two rannys are the guys for you to ride over and see. Why

110t

LOAD UP

YOUR RIG when you drive in for the ROUND-

UP.

General Supply Co. l~fl!@X

1=4080

••• for extra earnings all savings placed on or before ·the 10th of the month earn from the 1st of the month

Times journal v 12 no 39 jun 6, 1957  
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