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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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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

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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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Times journal v 7 no 30 apr 10, 1952