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APRIL 10, 1952 (VOL. 7., NO. 30)

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PUBLISHED AT PARKLAND, WASH., BY CLARENCE LACROSSE AND JACK BROWN

BOX 885, PARKLAND, WASH.

Tacorna, '\Vash. Permit No. !il

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Hear ye, all residents of PARKLAND and the ST A TE OF WASHINGTON, by these presents we proclaim:

. BENEDICT.'> ALTAR socic·ty hold jts llCXt lllC(:_ting at fl p. fu. t'---~hn1l'.:iy, April 1+, at the ho111e of

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1. The period of celebration of the PARKLAND ROUND-UP will commence .MAY 1, 1952, and continue through JUNE 7, 1952, climaxing with the PARKLAND ROUND-UP PROGRAM during the week of JUNE 1, 1952.

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I Liwarcl Glockner will he co-hostrss. \1l 1nc1nbcrs a1·c ask1_:d to .at.tend as d1(· annual election oi officers is n1a.in

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lJOXHOLDER OR OCCUPANT RURAL ROUTE POSTMASTER-If unable to deliver, return postage is guaranteed.

2. ALL RESIDENTS. BUSINESS MEN, TRANSIENTS AND NESTORS will meet the following requir~incnts:

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ROBERT D. MACKEY, seaman npp1·cnticc-! lfSN, son of 1vfrs. llazcl :\fackcy of Rt. I :·.3, Box :JS!j, is StTving :.hoard the USS Rochester in Korean

a. All persons appearing in public will wear at least T\VO ITEMS OF WESTERN DRESS-(boots, shirts. jeans. hats, etc.).·

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b. As an alternate all males will appear un-shaven,. or bearded, or will show heavy sideburns. c. The penalty, upon apprehension, for failure to comply with the

above requirements will be a fine and/or incarceration in the official ROUND-UP JAIL, such arrest and incarceration to be executed by the OFFICIAL ROUND-UP Sheriff ..

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Signed this 10th day of April, 1952.

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Roger McDonald, president, Parkland Business Club Tom Law, president, Jersey Cattle Glub Clarence W. LaCrosse, Roundup chairman Francis Nordyke, committee chairman, Kangliroo Kourt

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An Easter Basket Cake A lovely centerpiece for your table or for gift giving. Individual Sizes Also Many Other Easter Cakes , N!Jvcltics, Cookies, Rolls and Hot Cross Buns

AUNT SUE'S Bakery

IUNITED CHURCHES IParkl~nd Preschool Election Monday PLAN SPECIAL I ;;~~~cP~cifi~c~v~cude, ~o~~!:s ~h~v~c~'. ·EASTER· ('ERVl(I=(' i~t s~tool a~ditorJ LJ local Firm Will I Aid Ferra Hm Pkun With. plans to. build a community ccu!cr at fern H:ll well Jaunch~d, th.e

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. Palm 9unday was an outstandmg day at the .united Methodist church of Pa.r.kland-Spanaway. At the.' afteri:oon service the total nu1nber of ?apt1sms was 36 and .52 were admitted mto full m:mbcrsh1p. . T~ere will. be. a candle-light commumon service :n the sanctuary at 7:30 on Good Fnday. E.astcr Sunday will begin with a Galilean service. on Lake ~panaway with the Rev. Harold C. Willw.ms of Epworth , church, Tacoma, •.as t~e SJ?eaker. H. Algeo, trombomst, will give an m;,trumental Ca;ll ,~o Worship and play The Holy .City .as a spceial. number. Immediately after the service, Easter breakfast will be served i~ the Parkland chm:ch dining roor;i. 1 he Galilean. service will begm promptly at 6:15 a. m. and all arc welcome. Sunday school hour will be as usual at the Spanaway Methodist Community church, hegin;ning at 9.:4-5 '.'· m. The Easter mornmg worship will be at 11 o'clock. The male quartet will sing the special number, the past'.'r will. bnng grcctmgs. Trav Dryer will

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hirn ~n He answered, "JI ye have fni1h tJS a grain of n1us1ard s cc cl . . nothing shall be impossible unto you." Th e Master's k:;ching and His nuraclcs, even, w c r c not suff'icient to i n st i 1 that seed of utter souls of His disciples. .1 a rnai1 to thcn1. why He had to allow Himst:lf to 'hccornc ;.l niartyr, he crucified, apparently die as all men had done hr•.forc Him. Then. 011 that glorious He arose, l'vfastcr uvcr Drath Li!C, and _His followcrn rea!- Child's (sizes 6-8) ....................... .4.95 coul~r; t hdme that this Youth and l\1isses (80·3) .......... 5.85 the D1v1nt~ \-laster. 1 was born that spark of ahso- j Boys' (3-6), Girls (3-7) ..............9.45 in the presence of which I 1\1 d W 13 75 w:.·.s. imposs.iblc. All obstacle.s en an omen .......................... · ·

By Barbara Cordes - Puy. 5-2511 Woodland P-TA ,was host last Thursday for the Pierce county con\rention and installation. 1 The 1neeting was held at the Fruitland Grange hall and around 200 delegates attended. Registration opened at 9:30 and Mrs. George Wangelin opened the business , session, folowed by a solo by Mrs. Walter McCloud. An election of officers and regular 1necting follo\vecl. Local presidents gnvr brief resun1c of their groups' activities throug)1 the yerir. Follo\•.:ing thP., noon luncheon, Mrs. Bert Badham introduced the speaker of the day, Charles Bryant, ·\vho is sub-chainnan of the governor's conunittee on alcohol and narcotic r:ducation.

Mrs. Elna Quicrric of Woodland 111aintaincd a nursery throughout the ··day and had at least 30 children in her care. Mcn1bers of Woodland who prepared and served the luncheon at noon were Mrs. Theresa Lee and Helena Heil; ·cooks, and Alma Keil in charge of the dining rod~1. Assisting her were Flora Lester, J ewe! Fox, Margery Stager, Mamie Ward, Zella Haworth, Ethel Burrell, Kathryn Hanson, Les Root, Flora Ruhl and Barbara Cordes. VANCE F. J,t\WRENCE, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph B. Lawrence of Rt. 7, is serving with Patrol Squadron 931 at the Naval Air station at Kodiak, Alaska. ,

partment wishes to ,,thank everyone who heloed to make our dance a success, especially Mr. Delbert Brcsema n, who donated the use of the hall; Officers Chandler and Dittman, who donated their services, and for donation by Wally Lee's orchestra, which furnished the music. -Spanaway Volunteer F,irr: Departn1ent. 0

We wish to thank the people of Parkland for helping us make our candy sale such a success. A special ('Thank '{ou" to Smith's G·rocery and Parkland Light & Water Co. for aliowing -us to sell on their prerniscs, The Blue Bird Leaders of Campfire

Fried Chicken Soon· Summit Feed Co. did a land office business giving away chickens Saturday. Armed with the week's issue of <the Times-Journal eontaining the gift coupon, customers called to claiin ov_cr ID,000 future Sunday dinners. Glen Fredricks, Rt. 11, Box 8H, ¥.ras the n1ain winner, taking the sweepstakes prize of the day. Hourly drawings gave prizes to Dorothy Fletcher, Rt. 13, Box 891; Ed Collins, Rt. 7, Box 556; Mrs. /\. W. Grove, Rt. 3, Box 805-A; Carl J. Fisher, Rt. n, Box 87; George Fritz, Rt. 13, Box 664; K. Shenkcnburg, Rt. 3, Box 119, Puyallup; Mrs. F. Bol)e, Rt. 3, Box 137, and E. W. Fletcher, Rt. 3, Box . . 686.

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TRINITY LUTHERAN IN PARKLAND Dr. Ernest B. Steen, Pastor

11 :00 ~.m. - EASTER FESTIVAL $ERV~CE in the new l?acific Lutheran College Chapel with 1238 Scats ' Sermon Theme: 11

Easter-The Essential Potential for 1952"

11230 Pacific Avenue

(Two Choirs of I 00 Voices Will Sing)

PATTY ANN BAKERY

with seven ,pastors speaking on the Seven \Vords of Christ from tbe Cross

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.(;·.'·.l·....a..... n i.te. 3. ~33. isProgram~;M.aJc_o .. hi.s nu. mb. er·.··.. .. . lm. :will 1'(.·_a. c.h. ·t·h· c ·.·R·. o·.u···n·. d... u···p ··a·s··· .it . op.ens ...This·.· I·· ,;~,oroi;ia~mn .be gone on. )19yseb.ack,. of. cour.se .. .Some is m charge of this important Roundup Dance--Frnncis Nordyke job. In addition to arranging for the will arrange for all the details of this coronation of our Rounrlup Quf'('n, it event, which \vill wind up the official will be fos duty to a~·range for a big week of eek~ration ir1 the Parkland program for the evcnmg of June 6th, area. In add1!lon to tlus icb, Mr. Norincluding speakers (don't worry . . . . ?yke will take care of the hr a rd grownot too much talk), entertammcnt, I m.o; contest and arrange for a Kanmusic . . . it's lots of work. GRanite garoo Kourt. GRanite 5689. 3526 is his number. Special Committee - Jack Brown Horse Show - B. F. Fluty is in will make distribution of all window charge of this job which will be lots posters, bumper strips, arrange for disof work Defore all,thc many details are .plays . . . lots of work. I think he is taken care oL It wilr be his. duty to also planning· to take some groups to arrange for all the judges, program, neighboring towns with a small parade entries, prizes and myriads pf other advertising the Roundup. details as only a horse show tan Master of Ccrcn1oni~s-Larry Kirkvidc: In addition to this job Mr. Fluty wood~ Larry will be. a very busy n1an wi}l handle the Pony Express which (Continued on Page Three) will carry a proclamation from the Capital at Olyrn ia to Parkland to

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PAR.Kl.AND ROUND UP

. 1.hc c1·1sc1pk& had failed to heal the <fo;ordcrcd mind of a hoy. Jesus did it. His disciples '"kc<l, "'Why could not

The pastor, Dr. Ernest B. Steen, \vill prc2ch his Easter scnnon on the theme: "Eastcr~Thc Essential Potcn.tial for 1952." The new P. L. C. chapel will seat 1,2S8 people,, besides The 40-voice Senior choir of the the choirs, and offers opportunity for church, directed by Prof. Frederick a. great crowd to worship there on the L. N<0wnham, will sing Easter por- frstiva>l day of Easter.

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deliver the Turncr Easter .. m~ssage ~nd. M.T;he r~. 61.· boxes each. n.1em .. ber.w.as o.f the Raymond w1ll. preside. t·roop, Mrs.for. Gilbcrt<·Peterson the people m the Spanaway commumty cookie chairman Mrs. Ray A. Johnson arc cordially invited to this inspiring assisting. ' Easler service. T'roop No. 90 v,ras sctond with sal'es Two identical services. will he held of. over 50 boxes per m.cmbcr. Mrs. m the Parkland Methodist church on Paul Bondo was chairman. Third Easter Sunday morning, the first .at place went to troop No. 100, with 4-5 1 . 9:30 and the second at 11. Spcc1.al boxes per mern,ber; Mrs. Rufus Harmus1c will be rendered by the choir, vey, chairman. Orville D. Weeks directing. The pasnI the Brownies division troop No. tor of the United Metho?ist church, 8 sold 638 boxes, over for each Rev, Alexander Pollock· Aiton, will de-, member; Mrs. James R. Lewis, chairlivcr the Easter message. His theme man; Mrs. Bart Payne was cooJ<ie will be "Eternity In the Heart." Be- chairman for Parkland area. · tween the two services, the choir will A total of +,387 boxes were sold in enjoy refreshments at the parsonage. Parkland by 159 girls from 12 troops. B;.:.8ides the. two services, arrangen1ents In 'addition to a little n1oncy for the arc being n1nde .so that jn the event of activities of cnch troop, receipts from an overflow crowd at either service, the sales will provide needed improvethe entire proceedings may be heard nfents at Spanaway Day Camp and St. through amplification downstairs. " /\]bans Camp. '

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I tions of Handel's "Messiah" at the Easter service. Solo parts will be sung by Gudrun Ncsfl Ronniµg and Mr. N cwnham. The two choir will unite to sing "Alleluia" by Palestrina.

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The" Juninr ·choir of liO voices at Trinity Lutheran church in Parkland will sing at the Easter festival service of the church which will be held in the new Pacific Lutheran college chapcl. This choir, directed by Mrs. Emil B. Johnson, appeared in their newly acquired blue choir gowns as pictured for the first time at the Palm Sunday service.

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the. rs. ·. · ern ~ 1 ~resi c. ~rs. David J'.rceman, program chamnan, has obtamed as guest speak-[· er Miss Frances "'.17iley, nutrition ~xpert of the Washmgt~n s;~te ~a.1ry copnc1l,_ vvho will tall.\. o,~ Nutr1t1on j for the Preschool ?h1ld. . . . ' A .bit of the ~hen.1e for t]us Apr~! rncctmg will be mspired by the A.pnl 1st d:it~- come and see what foohshness 1s m store. H'?stesscs for the. ~ocial hour arc By Clarence LaGrosse I Juamta Foster, cha1~man; Geneva Round-up Report Mrs. Beatrice Nobles of Tacoma, Barlow, .Tean McKmnon, Veicna You folks should know that we of stafe president of Pro America, ·will he W~eks, Slurlcy Taylor and Bermce the. Parklarld Roundup Committee are the speaker for the regular meeting of Mit,chell. . . even now hard at work planrling a the 26-K Republican club at 8 p. m. 1he Preschool .wishes- to ~hank great show for your entertamment ;rhursday, April .17, at the Spanaway t!1e public fpr the fme response ~n the during the week of June 2-7. 1'ire hall, between l 62nd and 163rd silver offcnng taken a~ the kmdcrI take great pleasure in aunounc- strf'.ets. garten program on Fqday evcnmg, ing the fol:owing committees: Mrs. Nobles will touch on several w~cn $100 was collected. The money 'Finances-Ed Stevens, fro in t!1e .'Jubjccts in the course ·Of her rcn1arks: will be doatccl to the school for hand1- NBW, who w1ll handle all the rnomes "The Dangers of Treaty Law-Makcapped children. and related jobs for the Roundup. ing," "'I'hP Covenant on I-Iuman Right now he is busy with Roundup Rights/' and "The Genocide Convenr .... a.· buttons . . . get yours now. GRanite tion.n If .-;iCOlh OOide 8061 will get him. Refreshments and an informal social Carniv~land Boo~h~Wes McKew- hour will be enjoyed at the close of Ii"" · · en. He will. have his hands full with the program. Peopk of the community In the recent Girl Scout cooidc sale the 'details of handling the carnival arc cordially invited to attend. first place in the Parkland area went an~ aranging for the yariou~ booths to troop No. 2·l7, selling 610 boxes or which various business fll"ms will want.

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. 'I. . II.II The Country Woman's c!ubjs meeting today ~Thursday) for 12:30 lunchcon at the home of Mrs. Robert Lee of Spanaway. Continuing the study of the year's theme, "History of the Northwest," Mrs. Ralph Sher-

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. 209 So. 84th HI. 4072 ~I tire profits ~f its Friday business. Po~~-.....-~~'""'"""'"""'~~"""'""'-~~ chel Distributing Co. is cooperating with the service station in this· generous gesture. 01.:ga!'izcd as the Gi.·cater F~rn Hill 3:ssoc1ation, t~c group has as 1ts leader~ Claude. Staffo!d, president; Dan 0 Leary, y1cc president; Carl Wa\dcn, ·financial. secretary; Mary Stafford, sPcrctary, and George Packard, treasurcr. Working on the plan since last January,thosc in charge hope to build a community center next to the Fern Hill library, to be used as a meeting an~ ~·ecreation center for both youth acl!v1ty and adult groups of the cornmunity. . .· Further details of the special offer of Teel & Bill's Service will be found ir; ad.vertis'ng space on another page comfortwith Rich-Heat Burner Oil or tlus newspaper.

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The annual election of officers will be the highlight of the business hou.r when Parkland Preschool meets at 8

An authority, well qualified to speak, has said: "The resurrection of Jcs.us Christ is not only the most important event in the history of Christianity, but also the most important event in the history of the worldc" What he has said is becomirig more and more substantiated by factual evidence and in experience every passing yrar. No event in history has better evidence to support it than the resurrection. Twenty-three out of 27 books in the New Testament speak of Christ's resurrection as vital and as the central theme of apostolic preaehing. It has been said that "to give all the evidences in the New Testament that relate to the 1·esurrection would be to quote threefourths of its contents." Any person with a teachable mind who is willing to consider evidence fairly cannot but be fully persuaded of the fact of Christ's resurrection. In fact, if that truth s.hould be rejected, then nothing is true. A soldier who had !\'One through the stress and strain of the last war and did some hard and dear thinking about this matter, wrote: If death ends· life, then evil must be good, Wrong must be right, and beauty ugliness; God is a Judas who betrays His Son, And with a kiss damns all the world to hell,~ If Christ rose not again. 1 But,. the message of Eastet is the report of t.he two who walked the Enirhaus ro~d': ':Christ is risen -·indeed." Easter gives us the right to say with the conviction of Job: "I know that my Redeemer liveth." Volumes could be written and have been written about the result of. the fact that Christ did rise on Easter day. Space allows the mention of only one. From God's side, our redemption has been completed. It was an interesting experience about two years ago to \Vatch the brick layers pu~ in place the stone archways for the two front entrances to the Parish Houss. They huilt up the archway on either side,, stone upon stone, curving toward the top until one stone.remained to be put in place. This sfone was the key stone that tied the archway together and made the whole beautifully complete and structurally strong. The resurrection of Christ compares with the key stone in God's whole plan ·of salvation. Every part of Christ's. life and ministry was important and essential. But our redemption could not be and would ·not he complete until the resurrection had occurred. How trag-ic for 'all the world if the end had been on Good Friday. Then His life would have been like an unfinished symphony or a partially done but never completed picture. The resurrection is the finishing touch, the grand climax. Handel's Messiah without the Hallelujah Chorus would not he the Messiah. The redemption would not be the finished work of Christ without te resurrection. It is a glorious truth in redemption's pattern that Jesus Christ rose from the dead on Easter Sunday. There is more to say; much more. But it becomes necessary to stop here. Hear more of the meaning of Easter and the application of it to your life by attending an Easter service on Sunday. Eternal issues are settled at the response that follows when we are confronted with the message of the resurrection. May you have a blessed Easter. DR. ERNEST B. STEEN (Pastor of.Trinity.Lutheran Church in Parkland)

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as much as she possibly can. She rushed out to the meeting after working on the big flower show of daffodils and other flowers to be ready for the nowning of the Daffodil Queen. She gave. many suggestion'S on what can be started now to be· ready for the sale '1nd what sells the best. She. has prom01.se. n..' ;;·m···d the.. m. ain·. ·topic of. discus-1 iscd 1na.ny lovely pl.a1;ts fro.n;,;h···cr 0\1,rn sjon was the coming annual plant sale yard. as \vcll, so we re hqp1ng- for n to be held this year at 1329 Broadway, 1 wonderful sale. May 15, 16 and 17. There will also be a rummage s.ale at the same tiine. PFC. HARRY E. :URYA:N", 18, son Anyone having anything for the flow- of 1vir. rind Mrs. Frank ¥-/. Brynn of er or ·vegetabl_e garden or any rum- Rt. l.~, Box 24·6, is cornpleting Air mage that they would like to donate to the Orthopedic for this sale, or mw Force basic training at Lacklan.d Air info1~rnation abou.t the sale that rnight Force Bas'e in San Antonio, Texas. be desired,. please contact .anv of the following and they will also r;.rnke arrangements for .collecting the articles: Mrs. Kenneth Lampitt, GR 757'1; Mrs. George Lind, GR 8722, or Mrs. LaVernc Olsen, GR 35.82. Mrs. George Block North of Aii:port Road Lind is general chairn1nn of .. this big On Canyon Road affair and wou'ld appreciate very much any help or do.nations. Mrs. Clm:a Goering, famous for her garden,ing an4 ..col.umn, \vas the guest of. honor <lt the meeting and she is going to assist the .Midland Guild with Federal brand, ready to eat, kan R HAMS, 9 to 14 lbs ............ .lb. 58c PICNIC HAMS _________________ Jb. 39c Boneless Cottage HAMS .,.Jb. 6'.k All other meats at Whole.Sale,. plus retail tax.

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Leave for Sweden ···Mr. and Mrs. Carl M .. Carlson of Pennsylvania avenue left· Sunday on a trip to their old home in Sweden '1 v..rhr~rc thev ·v.rill visit relativrs and old fri~nds. They expect to be away about six months.

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EASTER SPECIALS

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w-ith any ridiiag club. or group. '.They I CD Classes at PLC . will be strictly outside. (Con6nued from Page One) 5. Fiw' candidates will be. selected With the cooperation of Dr. S. C. ~lt the Washjngton Horse.men Spring· E:lstvold_, president of Pacific. Lutherhandling· the u1ike, rnaking introduc- Show on April 20th. From the lfre a an college, the college has been clesigtions thronghout thP: Pntire Roundup. ~1uL·en \vill be selectc:<l. The othC'.r four natcd as a trainj11g center for Pierce I-Ic ·will announce at the horse shovv, JTJnnining c1nclidntcs \Vill be the prin- countc civil defense personnel.. Startat the coronation, etc., besides heiping ccsses. ing 1\_pril lG, the course \\.rill be for ;irrnnge the details of the horse show G. Candidates ·will De selected on the purpose of jnstructing civil -dcwith B. F. Fluty. horse1nanship, appearance and person- fense \\'ardcns in basic civil defense General Chainnan - Cl(lrcncc La~ tJlity. stn1ct11rc, fire fighting nncl use of fire Crosse . . . if there js ~inything e1se Each candidate '"'ill prepare n very extinguishers and stirrup pumps, the ldt to do, I'll do tlrnt. By tlw looks short statement as to why she would effects of the atomic bomb, and first of things there \vi11 be quite. '1 Jc\v, like to be queen. She will give these aid. too. Publicity, parndc details, cor• reason.'i in p<'rson at the judging. 'The 10-hour co1irse will be 2ttendrespondcncc, Ptc. c;Ranite 7100 or Well, folks, that is the way your cd by representatives of the 11 civil GR. 39i2 will reach me most of the committee decided tlte contest. I think l defense districts of Pierce county. tin1e. it is as fair 3S could be done. Sponsors-Tom Law, president of ~ Guaranteed the Jersey, Cattle Club, and Roger BOYD L. GILULAN, Eatonville, Better Wear McDonald, president of the Parkland has been promoted to second lieutenBusiness Club, represent the two spon* ant from warrant officer at Fort Mace Attention to soring clubs of thf'" Parkk1nd }{ou~1dup. Arthur, Calif. A veteran of World Details They, too, will find plenty to do. War II, he was recalled to acti\T duty . Easter Ride and Easter Services as a master sergeant in 1950. He So111r-thing vrry noYcl nnd of con- sPrvcd in Korea with the 25th divisiderable intcrrst to the many r.idrrs si.on. headquarters under General Kcen. 1 SHOE SHOP in this area will be the big Easter Day He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. S. I-I. Ride, Breakfast and Easter Services lo Gillilan of Eatonville. Garfield Street take- place this con1ing Sunday, Easter 1 Parkland 1952. Sponsored by the Washington I

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THE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH PARKLAND -

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Easter Schedule Candlelight Service, Holy Communion, Good Friday, aL ...... 7:30 p.m. Sunrise Service: Galilean Service on Lake Spanaway, prompt 6:15 a.m. Easter Morning l1rc:ikfast in Parkland Church ........................ 7:00 a.m. Sunday School at Spanaway Community Church ..... "..............!l:45 a,m, Easter Worship at Spanaway Church.·-······-··········-·················11:00 a.m. rwo identical services in Parkland Methodist Church, ....... 9:30 & 11 :00

Rev. Alexander Pollock Aiton, Minister Wheeler and Pacific Avenue

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attract h11ndrr-ds of ri<lPrs and other interested individuals in the area. The ride is scheduled lo start from Woodbrook Riding Academy promptly at 10:30 Sunday, where the group will assemble and ride out onio the reservation lo the Hole in the \Vall, lor:atcd (I don't know, either), but son1cone in ehargc v..ri11 know. At 12,

breakfast is scheduled for the hungry mob which chief cook Kent Erickson and his helpers, Ted McMakcn, Wes Moak, Nick Sen tio, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Scott will prepare. Brother, arc they in for a job. I don't know of anyone hungrier than a bunch of riders. ; A nominal charge of six-bits each will be chargf'd. Crist Keff!cr, president of Washington Ilorsc·n1cn, tells me the service will start at 1 :00, which will be complete with minister, org.nn, choir. For those vvho \Von't i.vant to miss Easter services here is a very good opportun- 1 ity to hnvc a good ride, breakfast and I not lniss services either. I For those who want to come but not ride one may be at Woodbrook eithct' at 10:30 or at 12:30 sharp, when a motor cavalcade will leave there. Mr. Kcfflcr will be there to sec that you get lo the program. Parklmul Club to l\1cct at Fluty's Members of the Parklnnd Riding club and anyqnc else who would like to come will meet at the Fluty ranch, l 38th and Park Avenue, at 9 sharp. We leave rig·ht on the dot for Woodbrnok. All you ha\T to do is bring your hors<:. Probably t\VPnty or n1ore will ride from here to Woodbrook. Sec you there "'Sunday rnorning . . . rain or shine the progr:un goes on. Round-Up Queen Your co1n1nittcc xnet Thursday noon at the Bungalo\V, R.oy \laughan, ovn1cr, very grnciously offered the plac« as Round-up headquarters for us. We

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PAR.RH.AND CYCLE SHOP

ON DISPLAY AT OUR YARD 20x20 GARAGE -························-············-·····$675.00 - $21.66 Monthly 14x20 GA]lAGE ························-·············-·····$495.00 - $15.81 Monthly Built on Your Lot - Labor Included NO DOWN PAYMENT

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MRS. C. S. FYNBOE has taken over the Centre Cleaners in the Parkland Centre Building.

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We wish to thank those who have given us their patronage.

Mr. and Mrs. Nyer W. Urness BARClAY POLO SHIRTS For Men. Young Men and Children

ATTENTION!

SOX-Sizes 6 to 13

SORRY WE RAN OUT OF CHICKS, BUT

Children's and Youth's Dress Slacks for the Easter, Parade

HOMER Will HAVE CHICKS

SATURDAY, APRIL 19TH For all you folks holding free chick coupons for the April 5 Chick Day Wat ch This Paper for l'urther Announcement

Ml. VIEW FEED

will n1ect ,there every 1~hursday noon

YOUR CHOICE Of 36" CEDAR, NO. 1 GRADE

per r1.mning ft .• ONILY

hie Pointed ·Pickets 45c With Cedar Posts and .2x4 Rails -or~

per running ft •• ONLY

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35c

Complete with-4x4 Cedar Posts, Five I x6 No. I grade Rails

Cedar Siding Fence Complete with 4~4 Posts and 2x4 No.

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35c

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Using 4x4 Cedar Posts, 2x4 No. I grade Rails .and Lath

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Toilet. Lavatoryu Recess Tub

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U. S. Gov't Inspected

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TRUCKS FOR RENT MA 9039 Save One Half We Furnish Everything

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A blessed event-a new 2-lb. "baby" joins the family of Triangle Rolled Oats. The same fine· .quality rolled oats, quick or regular-in the most economical 2-lb. package on the market. Order this convenient package today I

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WE CONTRACT ELECTRICAL WIRING Do"7n Payment

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for lunch and a connnittee rneeting 11ntil this is over, so you rnn sec vve arc working hard at the job. What I was getting around to saying was that at the ,meeting the subject of the selection of the Roundup Queen 9a1ne up. It was dccldcd by the majority of the committee that the Roundup Queen would be selected as fqllows: 1. Any club in the area may submit two candidates for the title. , . 2. Cm1didat.es must be 16 years ot age or over and single. 3. Candidates belonging to organized groups n1ay enter; however, org-anizntion:il unifonns cannot be \vorn. This is to pbce every candidate on an equal, status. · 4. Judges will not· he

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charge. Scouts of troop No. 92 will present a clcmonstrntion of Scout work on the program. Parents and .friends an: invited -to attend. Fisherman's Dance You are asked to remember the big

Fisherman's dance, to be sponsored by Colins Grange on April .18. Mrs. Bernice Libak and her orchestra will fur- ! nish the music. Tickets may be obtained from Mrs. C. P. Blanchard and Mrs. Harley Hornbuckle.

SPRING TIME IS FENCE TIME 11

1 xl"xl' Gothic Pointed Pickets • 12c ea . 1"':x3 "x3 •6" Gothic Pointed Pickets. 13c ea. 1"'x3 x4' Gothic Pointed Pickets . 14c ea. Cedar Posts ·~ • • . 1lc Bin. ft. No. 2 fir S4S (Railings)

COLLINS NEWS

11

By MRS. A. 0. ANDERSON Dad's Nite will be featured nt the regular TI1eetings of .Collins P-TA in Collins gyn) Tuesday, April 15, at 8 o'clock, with the dads taking charge. Frank Selk will preside. over the business session, when cw officers for the corning year will be elected. . Dave Turnbull, school principal, will present .the program which in-

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COAL

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WITHOUT DUST

Prices

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Double· Screened Aberdeen, King Utah lump, nut, stoker coal. (Money cannot buy better, cleaner coal. ' Pres-To-Logs are all cut to size to fit any fireplace or furnace- 7 all heat, no ash. Heavy Planer Ends, Core Block Montana, Wyoming Sootless Coals Cordwood, old growth, 12-1.6 to 24 Briquets - Coal - Planers, sacked Stove and Diesel Oils

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Brood Your Chicks This Sprh1g for Greater Laying: House Profits This fall

Information in my possession leads me to believe

Now is the time to take those steps v.:hich produce a heavy-laying, high-profit flock next fall and winter. :First buy top-quality, production-bred chicks. Then lollow· a proved program of management basetl on common-sense research. Right at the start feed Albers Chick Starter, a quality controlled fee.cl that contains specific, research-determined amounts of vitamin B-12 and the most effective known antibiotic feed supplement. Plan early to develop a more productive laying llock from your chicks. Start building this' flock on the solid foundation of adequate, balanced nutrition, proved e(fective by years of careful research. Feed Albers andJcillow 'the Albers Plan. Albers poultry management booklets are available without

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LA. 2175

, TACOMA, WASH.

GRanite 5552 . I11

The~ key'

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We arc in need of· good, clean farms to sell. Many buyers are waiting. Yours may be the one. List it with us now for the Spring rush. 10 AC]lES-Collins Road district. Good soil. Modern 2-bedrm. home, concrete foundation. Familycsize chicken house. A beautiful piece of property and worth the asking price of $9,500, with about $2,000 down.

YELM-17 0 ACRES

All cleared. 3-bcclrm. English type ho1i1e, 7 stanchion baru, 1-,000 cap. ch ickcn honsc. Yi mile from school, stores and bus. Full price $7,850. Down payment of around. $1,800. Will handle.

Spanaway Food Center

SUMl'vfff-5 ACRES

~2,950 is the full price and worth

SPANAWAY

1t .. A: 1-bec.lruorn hon1e,

garage, chicken. house1 2 hog houses. You can easily bmlcl another room or two. onto. tlm house .. If. Y';'U are lookmg for rnlue, this 1s 1t. EZ tern1s. ATTENTION, HORSEMEN-Hcrc1s your chance to purchase 40 acres of good grazing land with a 60x80 all aluminum barn and 12x40 aluminum lounging shed. This property i-0 entirely fenced and cross-fenced with 4-stram1 barbed wire and iron posts. Located near Fredrickson. The 'price is only $6,000. You could not build the barn alone for this .. Owner will consider some terms or take a grade A dairy us trade.

rs F. S. Harmon Quality Construction

ROY-80 ACRES

LOO~<! Handi-scrve Decanter full of cheese crackers-I to a customer-limited supply. -

Oedy 29c Each MILK CHOCOLATE

lllEClAIRS . Iba 49c 11

STRAWBERRY R.i\NCH

I,ake Shore Colored

Green, Red, Yellow OREGON TRAIL CHUCK WAGON

house, 2 good wells. Full price fully modern ·home. Small barn. Full price $5,800. About $1,200 only $5,250. -EZ terms. down will handle.

HOME AND FARM BUREAU-REAL ESTATE

CANDY.:__Cartons of 1 Dozen

12810 Pacific Avenue, Parkland GRanite 3931 Mail Address: Rt. 3, Box 819, Tacoma, Wash.

EASTER EGGS 2/19c FRESH LARGE AA-for Colorin.e:

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Pierce County Refuse Co. Weekly GARBAGE Collections Phone GR. 8688

WORKS

POINT OHOP RESORT

SPECIAL! SPECIAL! 8c each for Red Cockerels. Available ea ch Wednesday. Special prices. on large orders. LaCrosse. Hatchery and Poultry Ranch. Ph. Sumner 3-3122. 16ptf BAY GEEDING, outstanding trail and mountain horse, 4 years old, well broken, frjcndly, easy to catch, white mark on forehead. This horse has, had the [>est of care, never once abused. Will sell only to responsible person who will give best of home . .Ra 1 p h LaCrosse, phone Sumner :o-3122. 15ptt.

Ault Tire Service WANTED - Chickens and rabbits. Call us before you sell. Cope's Poultry Market, 7036 Pacific Avenue, Tacoma, Wn. GA. HOG. 15etf Before you buy any Garden °Tiller, have a demonstration on your own place 9f the

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CAULIFLOWER 1Sc AVACADOES 2/21c Prices Consistently LOW Quality Consistently HIGH Prices Effe<;tive April 11 & 12

FLETT DAIRY

Happy Easter to All

FARM FRESH HOMOGENIZED AND P:ASTEURIZED MILK AND CREAM

A· 1 Auto Wrecking

ICE CREAM

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Phone GA,3301

Good Transmissions

Used Auto Parts

13818 Pacific Ave.

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Phone GR. 3141 or GR. 5874

to

TWIN PEAKS PURE CONCORD

GRAPE JUICE 2/55c

FOR A NEW BUILDING or to re-· roof the old, why not put on the best long-life cedar shingles and savb time and money. They do.n't blow off or sweat. Our extra thick No. 1, 24" can be laid up to 10-in. exposure. We also make 16" and 18" shingles. Mill price or deli¥ercd. Ohop Lake Shingle Mill, P. 0. Box 353; Eatonville, Wash. 15c3B NEW HAMPSHIRE CHICKS at 17c. Also 8-1.0-12 week old pullets. We have our own .!JJ·eeding st.ock. See them. Drive a little farther and save, MIDGARD P 0 ULT RY FARM and HATCHERY. Since 1924·. One mile cast of McKenna school. Yelm .3675. 15p32

heifers, polled n ncl horned; a 1 s o polled Shorth().rn bulls.. Tak.e other cattle· in trade.- Rt. 3,. Bo.x 610, ·:racoma. Summit View. 16ctf FOR SALE-Two good family cows, Guernsey, one Holstein heifer. Eatonville, 5913 or GR. 5541 evenings, . 16p29 HORSE SHOEING now available Rt. I, every clay. Drop a card Box 475, Graham. J. R. Youhg. 16ctf

Pork Sausage 39c

$6.25 per foo.t Capable, Experienced Drillers Nothing Down-3 Years to Pay

1 WIHTE FACE registered bulls and

EGGS 1 dozm 95c FOR YOUR EASTER DINNER Whole or Half BEST QUALITY LB.

WELL DRILLING

NEE.D A FENCE? Wood, wire, concrete block. Call us for estimate. Easy monthly payments. Built-Rite Fence Co., l!I. 2405 or HI. 9515. 15ctf

WANTED-C at t 1 c to pasture. G. Cook, Rt. 1, Box 68, Kreger Lake, ,Eatonville. 1Gp~O HIGGINS SADDLE, in excellent con· dition; a good ladies saddle, fairly light, easy to handle, $75.00. Clar· enee LaCrosse. GE.. 3972. . WESTERN champion saddle, cxccllent shape. Sell or trade. GR. 3972.

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1000 FEET OF SANDY BEACH

MOTOR REBUILDING Shop: GR. 7450 -- Res: HI. 6190 Pa~ific Avenue at Brookdale MACHINE SHOP & GARAGE Take Advantage of Our Easy :Finance Plan Spring is herc,--have your car put iu. c011ditio11 for vacation tr i I? s ahead, 12 mos; to pay, nothing dn.

Buy, s'en and Exchange Quality Recapping & Vulcanizing

303 Tin

BAl<E!D BEANS 2/2lc

Evenings and Sundays, Mr. Loring, GR. 3570;

Rockers

4-oz. Pkg.

COCOANUT • • 1'Jc

17~"2 3 miles from Roy. 15 acres of pent Way out Brookdale road. soil, 1500 cap. chicken house, 2 acres. 1 acre Nortlnvcst strawberold bqrns, lots of fruit trees, no rif's soon rf'ndv for harvf'st. 3-rm.

Frieze

GR. 7512

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ELMDALE SLICED .

PINEAPPLE • • BUTTER, Daisey Maid

11c lb. 73c

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OLIVES, S&W fancy, extra large ·. . 35c PEAS, Pictsweet frozen . · . 2 pkrgs. 35c NEW POTATOES . . . l lbs. 25c

EGGS .... BUY THE BEST ALWAYS AA GRADE, DIRECT FROM RANCH EVERY 3 DAYS . 1 PKG. EGG DYE WITH EVERY 2 DOZEN

39c 35c 23c

SWANSDOWN CAKE FLOUR STRAWBERRIES, Picts.weet frozen FRUIT COCKTAIL. Shurfine, 303 QUALITY EQUAL TO LAST WEEK'S SPECIAL

BANANAS

ASPARAGUS

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lb.11~c

1·lbs. 19r.

69¢ 37¢

.NAll.EY'S CHIU CON CARNE

"WESTERN STYLE"~300 Tin ,_: ............ :L ...................

l'iAU.EY'S POTATO CHIPS

MILK, Carnation • . . . .3 for 43c TOMATO JUBCE, Campbell's, 46-oz. . 2lc: COFFEE, fresh whole roast . . lb. 79c MAYONNAISE/Best Fpo_ds . . pt. 43c

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:ZENITH REFRIGERATORS :ZENITH and SEIDElHIJBIER UPJUGl-JT WATER HEATERS .

Absolute tops in table models with 21-inch Pcrma-Focus picture, pro· tected by slanted, glare-proof remov· a!''.~ safei;:v, ]!lass." ' · · • · • ··

on Most Appliances•

319.95 Including Federal Tax, Warranty Exfra

Advance to bigger, better

lOtt can see the dtlfel'ence_I

locked fn, counteracts "rolling" and drift. 7. Built-in antenna.

5c r .only l.89 •

·13cdoz. ·

309.95 rnduding Federal


Times journal v 7 no 30 apr 10, 1952