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In one of the 1uost spectacular fires .in recent months, the property of the Parkland Lumhrr & Hardware Co. was complctclv destroyed late Monday night. Th(: fire, starlnl by undetcnniucd causes in the back of the building, had gained such headway that when the Parkland Volunteer Fire department was called at 11 :45 )J.• m. there '\Vas no chance to save the property. The Spanaway Volunteer Fire department n1ade a. fast run to

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April 23-26-'-Wcd.-Thu't.- Fri.-Sat. "Pandora & the Flying Dutchman" (Color) James Mason - Ava Gardner "Japanese War Bride" Don Taylor - Shirley Yamaguchi

Rodger Lunde post No. 5052, Veterans of Foreign Wars, and the aux-· iliary will hold their annual joint installation of officers this (Thursday) evening at 8 o'clock in the V. F. W. hall, 11102 So. Yakima, Parkland. The Public is invited. Guy Steele, past commander, will install the post officers. Mrs. E. Karch, past 3rd district president and 111c1nber of Elias Mess·enger auxiliary of South Ta coma, will be installing officer for the auxiliary. Post officers are J. Vv. Johnson, commander; Ray Manges, senior vice commander; Ernie Hanson, vice commander; Guy Steele; adjutant; Ronald Steele ,chaplain; Clint Irwin, quartermaster; Guy Steele,, tru.stee; Har-

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Kiwanis Club Host to Roundup Beauties Five lovely princesses of the Parkhind Roundup will brighten the meeting of the Kiwanis club of Parklai:id area when they meet this Thursday evening in "the ch.urch parlors of the Trinity Lutheran church. One of the five beauties will be selected by the group as th' Parkland Roundup Queen as a feature of the evenir.1g 1neeting. This group of. girls represents the finalists which were selected Sunday ;:it the annual Spring Show· of the Wa.Rhington Horsemen. Judges at

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Several Girl Scouts of the Parkland district will receive awards at the second ;'.\ssociation Council meeting April 25 at Jason Lee school, Tacoma. The Parkland district cookie.award wil be given to the follo~ing girls of troop No. 247: Barbara Curtis, Sharon Doyle, Virginia Dryer, Susan Haner, Karen Johnson, Diane Knutsoni Linda Niesen, Suzanne Ritchie, Beverly Stimson and Annette Wetheral. They wil receive a .troop flag. ' Girl Scouts of the a.rea selling over l 00 boxes of cookies are .Betty Harvey, Kathleen Fox, Judy Hawkins, Karen Johnson, Beverly Stimson, Carol Garnache an<l Glenna 11ae, each ·of whom wil receive a day's camp fee at St. Albans.

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Those present at the Good Neighbor club .held at the home of Mrs. Walter Corrigan and Pat we_re MesApril 30 ·- May 3 - Wed.-Thur.dames Peter Teffre and Mike and . · Fri.-Sat. Craig, Edward Hendricks and Patsy and Bonnie, Emil Nouguier, Floyd . ''\Vestward the '1\'01nen'' Jensen, Fred Siehl. Allen Zook and Stark tragedy struck> a Sp'.'naway Robert Taylor - Denise Darcel that time vverc Ccimmisisoncr Ha1'ry Carl, Richard McNabb and Mark farmly , Saturday when. LoUI.s. 1n"Hong Kong" (Color) Sprinker and Police Chief Jack Elich and Cathie, and David· Lorance and t!rnny 1' o!dcn shot and killed his wife, Ronald Reagan - Rhonda Fleming and his pretty wife. , Danny and Christie. After sacking Edna Ed1th,_ ther: turned. the gun on The girls selected by the judges the popcorn brought to the meeting lumself, endmg his own ltfe. Even the were Cannan Robinson of Parkland in cellophane bags, it wastaken up fne:r;ds who knew the ,couple best have Riding club, Barbara N oltc of Ta:coma to the Rainier school at Buckley by no idea what prompted the dreadful Laricttcs, Joan Culp of Tacoma Lariettes, Nancy Roberts of Tacoma Unit Mrs. Teffre and Mrs. Hendricks. act. The Times-Journal reporter was No. 1 Wnshington Horsemen and Lois Mrs. Floyd Jensen will entertain for given a first-hand account of the. afPollard of the Coils and Fillies. This the May Meeting. Breaks Hip fair by Chester Franklin Turney, 14.was a very representative group. 0. Schockley ·suffered a broken hip year-old nephew, who lived .with. the Also on the Ki\vanis progra1n for this evening will be Md Dennis, in a fall recently and is now in a couple and was as a son to them. lieutenant governor of the district, veterans' hospital in Seattle where Chester camehome at 1:30 Saturday who \l'i\l give a .bri.ef ,tal.k to . t.he surgery is planned today (Thursday). with a. young. friend:. Th~ .Fol~e11s N,[r. Schockley .. celebra~cd·· Msc• 82;11d were. not· at }iomc, ·but came· m.c:r fow birthday April 12, the qpte also l?e- minutes later. The boy's frien~ left at ing the 45th wedding anniversary of I :35 and Chester went to his room. Concert th~ couple. Little Louis, the Foldcn's three-yearHomc From Trip old son, was taking a bath. All the Parkland school bands will Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Smith and famSuddenly Chester heard a shot. cun1bine forces for a big conccr.t at the Let Us Help You Plan For school Friday evening, April 25. be- ily, Jimmy, Jerry and Sandy, re- Folden came to the door of his room Mother's Day ginning at 8 o'clock. Included will be cently returned from a trip during and tDld him to take Louie over to the Tonette band, German band, which they visited his folks in Wil- Martin Gibbons' store and tell him Swing band, Junior high school band mington, Delaware. They ~ere gone (Gibbons) to come right over. and the grade school Hot Shots. Pro- a month and traveled by tram. Other Wrapping the' tot in a coat, Chester 209 So. 84th HI. 4072 ceeds of the affair wilf be used for the stops w~re m N_ew .T ersey, M":ryland, started to ]~ave the house. He heard a bands. and Ph1ladelphrn, Pennsylvama. second shot and saw Mrs. Folden sit4-H Clover Club ting on the davenport in the living The Midland 4-H Clover club held room and Folden lying on the floor in a meeting last ThurRday afternoon the kitchen. A card party will be held at 8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Viola Townsend. 'Martin Gibbons ·hurried to the April 25 in the James Sales Grange After lovely refreshments, served by Folden home to find the conple dead. hall, one block off Park avenue at the hostcRS, the meeting was called He called the sheriff's office and sevPan-Ready 113th street. Pinochle, 500 and ca- to order by the president, Nina Ayres. era! deputies were soon on the scene. nasta will be played. There will be Beverly Paulik, secretary, called roll The weapon used was a 20-gauge prizes and refreshments. and read the minutes. Treasurer's re- shotgun with shot shells. The regular meeting of the Ladies port was given by Elizabeth W cir. Mr. and Mrs, Gibbons are caring will be May 8 in the hall, Final plans for lhe joint Mother> tea for the two boys for the present. FunCcllo·\Vrapped; quick' frozen auxiliary with potluck luncheon served prompt-1 to be .held in conjunction with the era! services for Mr. and Mrs. Folden for your locker in lots of 6 or ly at 12 noon. Midland Girls 4-H club were . dis- will be announced by Mountain View rnorc. cussed. All the members were urged mortuary. The Foldens, originally ·11 t e·r""'B'llS to compete in the district demonstra-1 from Tacoma, had lived at Spanaway Des dll ... tion contest to be held May 10. A five years, Mr. Folden acting as postA practice air raid siren test will blue ribbon has lo be earned at this master since last .August. Mrs. Helen qc held Monday evening in the Park- contest before a member is clcgiblc Fetterson will take over the post office land area. The three fire trucks will to enter a dc1nonstration at the fairs. temporarily. be placed about the area and their Two nc\v 111en1bcrs voted into the club sirens and the sirrn at the fire hall were Jean Michael and Joan Chesley. PFC. JOSEJPH R. DUBACHER, will "sound ofr' at 7:30. Civil De- Present at the n1ccting were Nina and Route 1, Spanaway, Wash., has been fense Director Trav Dryer is holding· Donna Ayers, Leslee Ellison, Janet awarded the Combat Infantryman 11009 Pacific Ave. GR. 5524 the test to determine whether the ex- Jensen, Elizabeth Weir. Beverly Paulik, badge, symbol of lire front line fightisting wnrning signals are sufficient Jo.Ann Schun1achcr, Mary Tovvnscnd, ing man. while with the 1·0th Infantry for the area. Marlene Corrigan, Mrs. Roy Benson, division in Korea. Dubacher is a leader, and Dougie; Mrs. Kenneth member of the l 60th Infantry RegiLa1npilt) assistant leader; Mrs. \Val- rnent's Heavy Mortar cornpany. ter Corrigan and Pat, besides the huste>S. . . show, le throw booth and 0 Apnl l\1eetmg many ot~ers. The t!aders' council The Pierce county Senior 4-H'ern will .sponsor the refreshments and held their April meeting at the Elk foods booth. Plain Grange. hall April 15. Max Firemen's Auxiliary Starl'.el, president, co~lducted . the The April meeting of the Harvardmeetmg. The mam topics of discus- Midland-Larchmont Firemen's aux102nd and Pacific Ave. Rion were: The April 19 cruise on iliary was held at the fire hall with the Gallant Lady and the carnival to the president, Mrs. Bernice Turner, be held May 16 at the Waller Road presiding. Mrs. Evelyn Cooper was hall. The °;arniv~l wil.l begin. at 7:30 sworn i~ and given her.·member's pin, Weekdays 1 to 9 - Saturday and Sunday 12 to 9 p. m.; dancmg will follow until 12:30. It was decided to rent' out the auxKatherine Jensrn and David And1:e- iliary prd tables. B'irthdays honsen are co-chairn1an of the affair. ored were Mesdan1es Barbara ShanaEac~ club "".ill sponsor ::rt .least one han, Ruth Eshpetcr.and Helen Zook. bootn. Melvrn Bradley JS. m charge The money well was won by Bernice of tickets; Beverly Corngan, pub- Turner. Hostesses for the evening !ieity. There will be such things as: were Mrs. Ann McPhernon and Mrs. Penny throw, make-up booth, side- Helen· Robinson.

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. Highlight of the a n n u a 1 Boy Smut circus to be hdd May 2 and 3 at the C. P. S. fieldhouse will be the I.ndian dance act featuring the famous troop of Indian Bov Scouts from Warm Springs, Oregon Indian reservation, it was announced today by William Bethke, general chairman. The troo1) will present a 20-minutc show (eaturing historical Indian dances in authentic Indian 1·cgalia. Famous tribal song and drum numbers will add to the proram. William Wainanwit, 14-ycar-old Explorer and full-blooded Wasco Indian, stars in the difficult Eagle dance. The Hoop dance will be performed by Explorer Sammy Colwash. In addition to the Indian act, the 90-minutc action-packd program will present three Cub Scout acts, three Boy Scol.lt acts and one Explorer .act. ·cub acts arc based on - Kipling s Jungle Tales, Things That Grow and Cub games. Boy Scouts will demonstrate everything from monkey bridges to fire by friction in thefr Scouting drills. act and the best Roman chariot race sinee the days of Ben Hur will be held. And, like any big circus, there will be several laugh-provoking clown acts. Music will be provided by the Stadium high school band under the' direction of Del Jones. Both the Friday and Saturday performance• will begin at B p. m. . Tickets may be purchased from any Cub Scout, Boy Scout or Explorer in the Mount Rainier council. Cost of ticketR is 50 cents each.

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the scene and did a fine job, the two companies. keeping the flames from spreading to other buildings. Damage was estimated at from $12,- vey Bunny, surgeon.·· · ··~." · 000 to $14,000, partly covered by inThose taking office in the auxiliary surance ..The owner of the business, arc Mrs. Don Ward, president;· Mrs. Del Levage, has mad:' :r;o announce-1 J. W. Johnson, senior vice president; mcnt of plans for reb!'ildmg. Mrs. Troy Nighswonger, junior vice ~ president; Mrs. E. Thorsen, treasurer; Coming Attractions 1 Mrs. Joe McGarr, chaplain; Mrs .. Guy Steele, conductress; Mrs. Blanche Doyle., .guard; Mrs. Troy Nighswonger and Mrs. Arthur Mitchell, trustees; Mrs. Guy Steele and Mrs. Ralph Rawley, district delegates; Mrs. Troy Ni,o;hswongcr and Mrs. J. W. Johnson, alternates; Mrs. Ralph Rawley,

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OUR P LICY It is our policy through effective advertising to create continuing business for the business houses of the area. We have tried through ·lhe years to maintain our paper on local basis as much as practical through· out the area we represent. During this time when the Tacoma paper is affected by a strike for higher wages by the Web Pressmen it would he easy for your Times.Journal to open wide its pages to many other outside businesses to advertise their wares. We are endeavoring to accept only such advertising .outside. our area as would not affect local merchants. By so doing we feel that we are serving local business in the best interests. It is . olir opiniuu that aftti c;vc.rythiug :st:ities ciown we wiii have the ,continued friendship of our local businessmen and friends whereas others .may he faced with ill-feelings when ontc again they turn to their regular cus.. tomers. Our unusual growth this week portrays strictly local business because of the dedication of the finest building in the area ... The Chapel,MusicSpeech Building of Pacific Lutheran College and the wish of every local business firm to wish the College continued success in its amazing growth. We hope this policy meets with your approval. Clarence W. La Crosse Jack Brown ' Publisbe~s of ¥our T.lltres-J ~urnal.

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I With the co-operation of the public, Pacific Lutheran College will next weekend realize ~ long-standmg ambition-the establishment of P';lrkland as a center for Northwest music, drama and art. . . . To inark the recent complct10n of its beautiful new_ $650,000 chap.elmusrc-speech bu1ldmg, the ~ollcgc "'.'II stage its first ann17al sprmg musicdran~a festival, op~mng ;iext Thursday ev<'hmg and endtng with the actual dedication on Sunday, May 4. . . Feature attract10ns of the senes will b". two artists. of nr:tional import who will be commg directly from New York, and the Seattle s:yrnphony or~hestra.- All pr?grams wrll ta)<c place m the com11'.od10us and colorful 1,238scat aud1tonum. Inaugurating the affair wil! be Irra Petina, calle~ "the Metrop?lrtan Op-

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concerts under the direction of Dr. Stanley Chapple, director of music at the University of Washin,'(ton. The matinee performance of ~he svmphony will feature R. Byard Fntts o'f the P. L. C. faculty as piano soloist, playing "Variations" by Cesar Franck. In the evening, the Seattle ensemble will be joined by I 20 singers from col, lege choral groups, including the Ghoir of the West, chorus and the Madrigal group, all conducted by Gunnar J. Malmin, for a Bach and Brahms program. Soloist will ~c B~r· itone Frederick .Newnham, vorcc m• otructor. . . Throughout the festival, a large display of outstanding Northwest pmntings and sculpture will be held m the St~rde.nt Uni.on building. George R. oskos, chairman of the P. L. C. a;rt pa. rt. m.en..t' has a. n.·anged for bnn. g.1 ng the exhibit from the Henry gallery at the University of Washington. To keep the festival spirit at high pitch during the three. days the 441 piece college band will give short programs from the balcony of the new

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actress," who cital on the evening of May 1: A mezzo-soprano, Miss Petma ?aR starred in the Broad,';"ay produeti'?n of "Song of No~way as. w~ll as m "Carmen." She has made smg11)g tours in the U. S., Canada, Europe and Latin America. . On Friday afternoon, Clarence Derwent one of Broadway's.greatest ch'.'r-1 acte/ actors, will give interpretive readings some Biblical,_ others Shakespearean. In his evcnmg perfonnance he will otar in the Northwest prcmicrc of "A Sleep of Prisoners" by Christopher Fry, with P. L. C. students completing the cast. . Derwent has played opposite such leading ladies as Katha.rine Cornell, Helen Hayes and M.ary Martm. Famous not only for hrs Shakespearean performances and character roles, .he is also president of the Actors' E9mty. and vice president of the Nat10nal Theater Academy. 11he Seattle symphony will ~nvade Parkland early Saturday mornmg. to prepare for its afternoon and evemng

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The Parish Guild, newly formed Women's society of Trinity Lutheran church will serve a smorgasbord dinner on' Friday, April 25: from 5:30 to 8 p. m. . .. 'VVon1en s org·anizations of Trnuty church have become famous for the choice and .specialty foods served at these dinners, and you won't want ~o miss this semi-annual smorgasbord, m the church parlors. · Mrs. Ma_rtin Korsmo and Mrs. C~rl Coltom, co-chairmen, assi~tc.d by Muiam Dorcas Martha, Pnsc11la, Mary and' Naomi ~irclcs, arc in full charge of all arrangements for the. dmner. Tickets are available at Totten Realty company, Johnson Drug Co. and Parkland Light and Water Co.: Baby Adults $1.50, children under twelve The Parkland Well Baby clinic will years of age 75c. _ be held Monday,· April 28, . in the Methodist church basement, with reg·I istration from 9 to 11 :30. Dr. Buel Sever will be the examining physician: For further information, call GR. 5059.

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: As Mr. Sprinker pointed out to ~his .writer it is vitally important that the public be informed as to the preShow ventative measures to be taken to deSpecially Decorated feat cancer. Cancer can be defeated "Throug·h the Tulips" will J;ie the By Clarence LaCrosse For His or Iler Birthday provided it is caught at the very start. theme of the Ophelia Garden club Boy did· we have fun Sunday at '1v!.ost of the money obtained in this the first horse show of the season over spring show to be held at Wells hall brief cl.rive will go toward 1·esearch at the Washington Horseruen Arena Tuesday and Wednesday, April 29 to determine the cause and measures . . . A few spills; a sore leg and a and 30. The Tuesday hours will be ~o p\jrsue to combat the dread disfew aches where horses did a bit of from 2 to 9 p. m.; Wednesday hours, ~:a~e~which annually cla.im~. rnore.Jixt:s dose conta1;t and '1 ribbtm at .:two lJ .a., ·IIJ.'to !J p, rn,. M~cs,. "~,.)\1:.. ~ou,se than any other disease. Public inis show chilil'mari; with Mrs: F. B .. Gilbut cvei7one iR happy 'I guess. formation is needed to fight the disI had the fun of entering my man as co-chairman. There will be '1 easEe, h . th . • b I Ouarlcr Horse Stallion in hi;· first oilver tea and plant exchange. There ac person in e area \VI 11 e ·-1·· I . · cl will be no admission charge for the contacted regardless of whether or s lOW. · · wa~ very suq:nse to c~p Pacifi<;; Ave11ue at AirpoJ:t Road show. not a contribution is received a book- a couple of nbbons fo1 my efforts , Hours: 9 a.111. to 9 p.m.let will be left. telling some of the . . . I still l111nk 1t .was because of · t t d t ·1 f h d' G the pretty shll't my wife made me for Sccllllts impo~ an e a1 s o t .e isease. . us the occasion . . . Ted Mcl\faken and The Parkland Cub Scouts, . Pack Partndge, county char_rrnan for the myself had the flashiest shirts on the ~nve hopes. that by this means some field' and no reflections on the others No. 9, sponsored by the T!m1ty Lutheran Brotherhood, will hold its hvcs may be saved. ' which were seen about. ., April meeting on Saturday evening, Kid's Guessing Contest Jud.!:(es Have Fun For l 7 days, beginning today April Lucky judges of lhe Parkland. April 26, at 7:30 in the church baoe24, Seine's .Shoe Store is sponsoring Roundup Queen conteRt certainly ~n­ mcnt. the annual Ked's Guessing contest. jow:d themselves . . . I am rcfernng PFC. ROBERT L. AMUNDSON, Prizes of radjo, cowboy boots and to ComllliS>ioner Harry Sprinker and son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry AmundU. S. Ked Tennis shoes will be ·Mr. and Mrs. Jack Elich of course. awarded to the winners. Harry Sprinker told me when I son of Roy, is serving with the IX All that is necessary to enter the asked him to be a judge "I don't know Corps' 937th Field Artiller.·y Battalion . contest is to be a boy or girl of 14 a darn thing about horses' . . . but on the Korean front. He is a surveyor 1 in the battalion's headquarters batyears anc;l under, conic to Soine's pro- pretty girls, thafs different'' and hc=: gressive Parkland Shoe Store at 411 proved it, too, by making some mighty terv. He attended Rov high school. Garfield, across from the Parkland fine selections from a large particiPost Office. Take a look at their pating group of hopeful beauties. U lid di.splay in t?e window one ~f which · Police Chief Jack Elich .was in his Buttons and Button Holes w1l~ be a picture of .so?"c kids . . , .~·Jory . . . 1t seems that he really ~nImported Baby Line register your guess ms1de . . . no Joys horse shows . . . I even saw htm G ·ft5 · purchases are necessary and winners out there oµ- a -horse . . . and was ~ 1 will be announced· Saturday May 10. he having fun. When it came to, 0 S . Hu,rry . . . join in the fun . : . selecting the p..rinceSRes for _the show 11230 Pacific' Avenue Somes have always been aggressive he really went to town. 1 hat Jack when it comes to promoting their really has al) eye for beauty. His business and in sponsoring contests wife seemed to enjoy t.he job imwhich give kids of the area some fun (Continued on Pa'(e 4) ... and incidentally at the same time --------promote some mighty fine business relations for themselves .•. see their r ~ II. Ill '"" ..,. (" ad o,n another page .of this paper. Its a pleasure this week to present six extra pages of newspaper for your enjoyment . . . this is becB'llse of the happen.ing of one of the gre~t~st mileGarfield St. GR. 3526 stones rn the career of Pac!f1c. Luth-· era;i Colleg~f . . . the ded1cat1on ?f Open 10 Till 6 their bca17t1 _ul new Chapel-Music Speec_h Buildrng: . . . SEE PAGE 3 FOR . Th.is new edifice maJest1c:ally raises SUMMER KEDETTES its. spiral above the surroundmg beauty of P. L. C. Campus as a monument to t.he faith and perservance .of the prcsrdent of the college and his outSEDA:"!. Blue satin finish; ra: stan. ding board of dire~tors. who have dio and heater; very clean, low through the years mamtamcd a beVERY clean. mileage. lief that in. m?er to build youth for ton1orrow Jt ts necessary to 1ncorporate; in their trair:i1,1g some. of the e_ssentrnls of. the spmtual th1:igs of MANY OTHERS TO CHOOSE FROM hfe. To this cause and to thrs purINSURANCE pose this group h'.'s labored under CLAY ROLEY AGENCY very adverse condltlons . . . but now they realize their dream of the years 98th and Portland Avenue and the new building is a reality. GR 8501 A Drama-Music Festival will take OPTOMETRISTS place on the. campus during May 1-23 . . . see the second section of our· DR. L RICHARD McGIRK I paper for the story. Modern Eye Care I --480?. Y. So. Yakima HA 2113 Seen our new building yet? . . . it is under way at ] 18th and Pacifi~ REAL ESTATE - INSURANCE h~spected Avenue . . . the way it is going it NOTARY won't be long before the job \will be complted. ROY V. ROSTEDT 8201 Park Avenue Phone HA 2342

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· Hearing - May 13, 1952 · · lnue, which, being both an arterial and Pierce County Road Improvement a county primary rnad, cannot be inDist. No. 1 eluded in any improvement plan under WHEREAS, o;i October 29th, 1_951, th~ provisions of the said act; and there was 1·ccc1v~d- by the Pierce', th1~ Bourd haYmg found the above County Co1:m111ss1oners a pet1tton recited fac;ts to be true.: signe? by Don W. E.astvold, ct al, reND.W, THEREFORE, BE IT REqu.estmg the formation of. a. County SOL v E]), :.1s ~~llows.: ." . Road Improvement D1stnct 111 the (I 1 l hat J ucsday, the Lith day vicinity of Parkland, Washington, for of May, 1952, at ten o'clock A. M. the purpose of constructing curbs and be and hereby is designated as the sidewalks therein; and date: and hour of public hearing to WHERE/\S tJ- c said petition was cktcrminc the frnsibility of the forreferred to thd Pi~rcc' County /\udit~r mation of the proposed district, which and the Rmd Engineer, and by them is hereby designated "_l'ic,rcc C9unty; was found to contain sufficient signa- Road lmproYCmcnt D1stnct. No.:, l;'.' tmcs within the requirements of Sec- for the purpose of constructmg ;;1dc· tion 2 of Chapter 192, Laws of 1951. wa~ks and curbs. within its boundari.cs, and it was further found that the winch boundaries arc hereby .·clcs1g; area described therein is sufficicntlv natcd as follows: developed by the construction 0°f f\ll property. wi~hin th.e fql" permanent urban improvements as rel~wmg ?ot111dancs m Scctton 9, quired by Section I of said chapter, 1 ownslup 19 North, Range 3 and that the area thereof docs not East, W. 11.; exceed one square mile; and it was . On the NORTH, the fur.thcr ktcrmincd that the described/ !me of. l l9t!.1. St,r?et; area includes a portion of Park AveOn the SUL I H, the line of Wheeler Street from Yakima /\ Ycnuc to Street and the Ct:ntcr .lint: of Stre1~t het\.vrcn "C"' Street and c.

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('J.) The Clerk . of the Board. is, TIMES-JOURNAL .. ,3· hereby directed to prepare and g1';e such notice of the ad<;>ption of this ]st day of A i·il l9S') resol~1tion .of intention, and ~f the · ' R. GLEAS(JN, he~rmg d1;·ect~d thereby as is r~Chairman, qmrcd by Section 5, of Chapter 192, BARRY SPRINX.ER Laws of 1951. . . PAUL NEWMAN, ' Dated at Tacoma, Wasl11ngton, this ' Board of County Commissfoners. , 44 "'!!? ; II! ~

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In Hospital · Mrn.-John Dargon of East 72nd St. recently underwent surgery at a--1j:'a. coma hospital. A speedy recovery is wished for you, Mrs. Dargan, by friends. (Omitted From Previous Issue) Larsons Europe Bound Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Larson of East'64-th St., left Tacoma Sunday by train. They will sail from New York April 11 on the Swedish-American liner Gripsholm for Stockholm, Sweden. It has been 36 years since Mr. and Mrs. Larson have seen their relatives ip Bracki, Hjcmpland, Sweden. They •vill visit friends and relatives in the northern .and southern parts of Sweden. They will be gone for five months unless they become too homesick for the U. S. and their family here. A surprise going away party was given for them late in March at their home by friends, relatives and neighbors. They were presented with a lovely flash camera.

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(Continued from Page One) mensely, too, as she loaned' her talents to the group to make the final selections. The lucky girls selected were Carman Robinson of Parkland, Barbara Nolte and Joan ·Culp of the Tac.oma Laricttes, Nancy Roberts of the Tacoma Vnit No. 1, and Lois Pollard of the Colts and Fillies. Appearances on radio, TV and various shows throughout the country are all. ready planned for the queen and her attendants when possible. A dinner appearance at the Kiwanis Club of Parkland will take place this Thursday evening. Parkland Riding Club Dr. Van Hoosen of the Pacific Avenue Vcte1·inary Clinic will be the featured speaker. at the next meeting of the Parkland Riding Club to take place on May 6th. I'll .announce next week where the meeting wm be as at this time I don't know. Dr. Van I-loosen "'ill speak on care and feeding of · horses, which should be of considerable jnterest to a lot of club members as well as outsiders. Anyone interested is invited to attend . . . you do not have to be a member of the Parkland Riding Club.

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Close to Brookdale Road. 1 bedrm. home with big living rm. and kitchen. In excellent condition; Easy to build on to. Garage, chide'\ house, 2 big hog bouses. Full price $2950. E•Z terms.

9 acres on highway, school bus at door, 1 blk. to store, 2 bedroom home, garage, chicken house and small barn. Close to good fishing and hunting .. Full price $3,500, .$500 down.

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BEAUTIFUL SPANAWAY LAKE FRONT HOME 3 .bedrooms. 1:vfammoth living room with fireplace. Automatic oil furnace .. This plac~ is completely furnished, including a boat and buat .\louse. A very desirable piece of property at an attractive price. Call us for more information; '

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Dandy modern home with built-in freezer. Wired 220. Two chicken houses, garage, barn. Well fenced. Located near McKenna on hardsurfaeed road, within walking distance of bus and stores. No rocks. Full price only :i;5,000. E-Z terms. This is a bargain. Immediate possession. We have choice business sites on the };fountain Hiway. Close in. We have home sites, well located. $600 each. !Oaercs, Fruitland District. $1,000, $200 down. Unfinished house, Brookdale. Lots 75xl00. $300 down.

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COOPER IU.llPPER Mowers Phone or Write for Demonstration

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NEED A FENCE? Wood, wire, concrete block. Call us for estimate. Easy monthly payments_. Built~Rite Fence Co., HI. 2405 or HI. 9515. 15ctf FOR A NEW BUILDING or to re" roof the old, why not put on the best long-life cedar shingles and save time and money. They don't blow off or sweat. Our extra thick No. 1, 21-" can be laid up to 10-in. exposure. We also make 16" and '52. Ford V-8 4--dr. R. and H., 2,000 18" shingles. Mill price or delivered. miles.,Ncw cnr guarantee. Ohop Lake Sbingle Mill, P. 0. Box 353, Eatonville, Wash. 15c38 FOR SALE-Jersey family cow giving 4 gallons of milk, $225. GR. G6+7. 15c32 FOR SALE OR TRADE--4 good sized heifers; 2 Jerseys, 2 Guernseys, all for $325 delivered, or trade for cow, fresh or coming fresh. GR '8389: - ·. ····· · 15e32 FOR SALE-2 goats; .$20 each. Call WA 72 72 after 5. l 5c32 FOR SALE-11 )!.i-ft. skiff, new; also speed boat, new. WA 7721 15e32 FOR SALE-6-weels old pigs. C~ll GR 5736. 15e32 ROTTED COW FERTILIZER . $1 Sack or by the yard; peat and topsoil. HI 4056. l5c32 UPLAND WOOD, 2 cords $12. GR 3306. 15ctf

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FOR-SALE..::__Fordson tractor, tractilr disc, tractor plow; _forage cutter with 30-foot blower. pipe. r .rnife cast Fogel's store on Mt. Hlway. Wm. C. Hunter. 15c32 ~

FOR S1\LE-Afi·ican Violets, America's favorite house; plants, hundreds to choose from; blooming plants, .$1.'.i9 to .$1.79 each: young plapts, 59c. Max Miller, 3844 ·Pacific, HI 877 l. 15c32

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PUBLISHED AT PARKLAND, WASH., IlY CLARENCE LACROSSE AND JACK BROWN The Trinity The Trinity is p.ortrayed symbolically when one studies the symbols from left to right .horizontally through Lamb lying upon the Bo10k of Seven the cen'ter. At the extreme left is the Seals represents the suffering Savior. 1 symbol for Ged the Father. God is The head 'Shown surrounded with a' often represented in Christian art by three-rayed nimbus sign.ifices the di- the Hebrew letter "Yod" enclosed in vinity, or His divine nature. Th.e ban-Jan equilateral triangle. "Yod" is the ·

(Continued from Page One) \nrilding, a..,d there will be other misU'11aneous entertainment. 'Trinity Lutheran .congregation will ho1d its rr10~·ni~g worship S('rvicc .in th~ nc\V auditonui.n at 11 a .. m., .Sun<lay, May 4. Pulpit guest will be D.r. J.P. Pfleuger, chairman of the p .L. C. department of .religion and phi!osop.hy: . . President S. C. Eastvold will speak uLthc serv.ice at 3:30 Sunday afternOon, formally dedicating the buildinp;. A;. 1nass chorus .consisting of 1nany rh.• o..irs'from Tacoma and vicinity will· sing. A chain of radio stations will ca icy, the program. Concluding the festival will be the Clhoir of the .West's silver jubilee conmrt Sunday. night. Guest conductor will be Prof. Joseph Edwards of Fresno, who founded the a capdla aggl'j> gation in 1927 and directed it until 1937. ·Co-chairmen of the festival are l'rofessors Karl Weiss and Theo. 0. H. +<:arl,-.who con1111ented, ·"We ,look for~ ward to the festivities and invite our friends everywhere to join with us for this joyous occasion." · They expressed. appreciation at the progress of the .sale of tickets, which ;tr~ going at $7.50 and $Hl.DO for the series. One of their only hardships has bel'n .that they have had to do without the publicity of the strike-bound News-Tribune. ·· l\fay Oay Fcte Pacific Lutheran. College will celebrate. the advent of May next Thursday afternoon by stagin,o; its yearly ~1ay Day fctc in the gym. Crowning 9fthc queen, Louise. Stephenson, will be.done by Clarence Derwent, BroadV{ay actor. appearing 'in the musicdtama festival. The public is invited and no tickets are required, it was emphasized by ,Co-chairmen Clarice Gunderson and Don Keith. Entertainment is under the direction of Mrs. Rhoda Young, women's physical education teacher.

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By Theodore 0. H. Karl 'The Chapel-Music-Speech Building, the newest of several structures on the .. campus at Pac1f1c Lutheran College, is the climax of an accelerated building prngram during the past sevep years. It is without a doubt the crown. . . mg aducvement of th1s program. Locatcd on the West side of the quadrangle formed by Old Main, the S · B 'Id' L'b d l cience m. mg, . ' rary,. a~ t~e Chapel - Music - Speech Building, 1t stands majesticaUy, looking over the I· campus with. a spi.rc rising to. a. height b · f a ove the ground o 115 feet, sur-

No. 2. The lounge opens onto a patio• which also serves as the roof of the front porch over the main entrance. The lounge and patiG> will be used for concert and play intermissions, for a faculty lounge, for teas, and for displays; and from the balcony will be heard band concerts as well instrun1ental entertainments. Devotional Chapel Pregressing to the third floor, should one steer his course to the front of the building again, mne wi-11 enter a very pleasing and quietly serene devotional chapel. This chapel has a capacity of

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Drama-,Music Festival, May 1 3 I

BOX 885, PARKLAND, WASH.

By Karl Weiss Now we have a magnificent auditoriwn an_d stage in \Vhich we may hold activities in drama and music h ere t o f ore un d n~ame d o f . W e h ave h a d every oppor t uru't v t o t es t the acous~ • I t' f. th e au d.t · d t:J c:.a proper 1es o 1 onum an find them to be perfection itself.

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Chapel services which are the heart of our entire school life. However, we also are conscious of the fact that the great thoughts of men and the achievements in the arts and sciences are close to God and His purposes. Therefore, both in the field of drama and music, the productions will' be designed to increase the cultural and spiritual . influences of our• College, •

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I nual affair to be held in the fir. st week. in May. So it is that this festival is to held the first three days in the Month of May, 1952. It will be won1 dcrful, exciting, and beautiful expericncc, and if successful this year, in gaining the interest of the people through attendance, it will most ccr· tainly become · a definite part of the college calendar.

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TheTower Chapel ner carried by the Lamb symbolizes first letter in the word Yahweh (God). Christ's victory over death, 'I'his bane The equilateral triangle represents the ncr is callccl various names: the Ban- Holy Trinity. In the. center, as has ner of Victory, the Easter Banner, am! already been said, is the symbol of God the Rcsurr.cction Ilanncr. If the pen- the Son, the Lamb. At the right, is nant is white in color (and .it is i11 the the symb10! sf God the, Holy Spirit. chapel window), it represents Christ's (Continued on Pap;c 8)

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mounted by a seven-foot stainless steel cross rising <>n top of a stainless steel ball two feet in diamcteF. This majesty is retained at night by floodli.ghts that are turned on at dusk as a testimony to the enduring presence of our erucificd and risen Lord Jesus Christ. ·The building. is of concrete and steel construction, brick-faced to be in harmony with the other buildings on the campus, and is completely fireproof. The over-all dimensions arc tw0 hundr~d and. twelve feet deep by one hundred and fifty-four feet at its widest point.

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one hundred. It is comp I et el y equipped with pews, kneeling benches, altar rail, altar, c•oss, candelabras, ba]!>tismal font, and lecturn. All woodwerk is 0f Philippine mah0>gany finished in blond. The Art-Glass Window Ab0ve. the altar and the center one's attention is the outstandingly beautiful circular art-glass window, which is eight feet in diameter and contains, in a somewhat cloverkaf pattern, art symbols of the Church. In it you will find the Agnus Dei, including the fellowing symbolism: The

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NEW CHAPEL. MUSIC, SPEECH BUILDING Words are by far the most useful tools availab.k. lo mankind. They are tools to transmit the thonghts from one mind to another. No matter how 'brilliant the thought, if the tools of transn1ission arc poor, ;the thought comes' out blurred and d.i st o rtcd. Words used exact1y,, exp r cs sing thoughts precisely give "a. tre1ncndous advantage to the User in this n1atter of living. The charm of musie adds a color, depth and beauty to living that complements the use of wo.rds. Together they have the power to lift a soul to the heights. The new building lends emphasis to the leading part PLC plays in training Jnei1 and women as leaders, spiritually and culturally.

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A Guided Tour Let us take a guided tour through the building, a.nd when you visit the campus bring this .with you, as it '!lay add to your pleasure. Entering the building through the main entranceJ one finds a large, commodious lobby with rubber tile floor, rust plastic wainscoting some six feet up the w~ll, and a celotex paneled ceiling. At either side of the lobby arc frophy cases displaying the prowess of tl),e Drama and Speech Departments, representing inter-collegiate competition. In conjunction with the trophy cases are ticket and public telephone booths, as weH as two rooms for checking of wearing apparel. Balcony and Modern Lonngc Stairways to the· second floor are on either side of the lobby, converging on eptran~cs to the balcony, which se'ats three hundred and eight persons. The chairs in the balcony arc 0f the tabletarm type so that this area may be used for lectures and for especially large classes. In the hallway one finds the entrances to rest rooms for men .and women. At the very front of the building on the second floor is located a lounge with an asphalt tile floor and painted in a modern pattern of. rust and chartreuse, completely furnished with varied colored davenports and chairs in ·red and light and dark g.reens. The furniture is of a new type flexi~steel constructio-n with finished tables .in Philippine mahogaRy. The entire east wall of the lounge is of glass' windows and doors which can U'e rovered by full-length draw drapes in tan and brown, The furnishings for this lounge were a gift to the college frnm the PLC Dormitory Auxiliary

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FESTIVAL TICKETS feetlong by thirty feet wide by feet high which is the room in sets and all types of stage will be constructed. Two are notii::ed which lead to supply containing paints and tools. there one goes to a large ro0m U!lU<:rrtea.th the stage, which is twenty forty feet ai;id will be used~ at the present, as a Green Room wl;iere members of the audience may 1X1ee.t the members of ,casts of plays drnt are performed. Also in .the base.will be found four dressing rt;loms. In a large one there are inc dividual mirrors accommodating some fourteen people; each mirror has its a')rstem of lights for make-up. The othet' d1·essing rooms are smaHer but equipped in the same fashion. There also a large light storage mom and costume room. The Drama Section of

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the• front wall. is. an electroni.c speaker perlI!anentl y. se.t. in the · room~ as well as the connection. for a microphone, in order that rec;ordings !llay pe ma.de directly from· the room during. the regular class period: Recordings will be made of all speech students during the course of the semester. Chimes Re-tracing one's steps down the hall .and toward the rear of the north wing, one comes to the offices of the Director of Public Relations. Entering the front office, one notices a maze of complex eql!ipm~nt 'jVhich is the operating mechanism for the Carillon

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and' again with ·clear vision of the conductor .. The construction of this rooil1 is almost identical with that of the choir room in that it is sound proof, painted with pleasing pastel s.hades. Returning to the sound-lock again, one notices a ro'om off to one side about twenty feet by ten feet in which the instruments, uniforms, and music· for the band arc stored. Across from this room is the studio of the Band Director, which is also sound IJroof and which lends itself to instrumental instruction. The very next of. .. · · . fie~ 1s. tha~ of the Ch~ral Director, which IS ncated so that It can be used for vocal instruction. ... K • L'b iuus1c 1 rary As o.·. .n.·c··· iraverses tl.1is hall, a large ·room is· noficed seventeen feet b

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This room, as well . . . m . . . . ur. recor Pay- ac · sys- community. Trim carriage!; once . . . . . as the studio proper, is completely drum, md1catmg mstrumental music; terns. :Behmd the play-backs are racks more chittcr along Duke of Gloucester suspended and .uses the floating. floor the top windmv has .+1 mu. sic staff in 1.fo.r reco.rd. sto. r.agc, ~n.· d. out. near tl:e s.'trc\, Yo,~1 . can·. c:ri~k your ale . at background and the fiaure of a center of the floor is a series of six l,alu,.,h 1;ivci ~ 01 : mt any of mnc system for sound prqofing. ·Even the the . . . "' b · ·h . . . . . · restored. Coloma! buildmgs. The guides and hostc~cs wear Coe concrete slab for the floor is separated gn'l smgmg from a book on which is oot s equipped with car-phones so from the main structure by some four inscribed "Ch()ir of the West," de- that one, having requested the playing lonial (Jrcss and in the craft shops1 noting vocal music. of a record, may sit in the booth and you. can sec the c~hinct .1nnkcr reinches. Department of l\1usic listen to the playing through the ear- stonng antiq.uc fu_rmturc, an apothcJust beyond the control room is tlie . ..·· . . . . . . . ··.., .. . . . · . . cary shop d1splayrnf', drugs and sur'J_'he entire s7cond floor ptus . the phones und:sturbc~. The ~alance of gicnl tools, a wigrnakcr's shop, a printannouncer's booth, which is also sound treated. in the same way. This room is cnhrc south wmg .arc o.ccup1cd . by the room is eqmpped wllh tables er, a weaver, a. forge shop and a b'lloteight feet square and has one window thc Department of :Music. In these and chairs which will accommodate ~naker, all going about their business . . . .d t f h. d. f . l . m'the old time way. . studios arc taught the stu ens or t e stu y o spccia proJs· n,i . . · f' . facing the radio studio and one win- roo.ms an · d . . . .· . · · G . . . . mcc 1 "" 7, w1icn t 11c ust co1oma1 dow c0nneci:ing with the controlroom. classes m vmcc and mstrumcntal ect.s m music. · n this level will also house was restored, the American past Re"tracing one's steps through the r:iusic, as well_ as individual instruc- be. f~und the closets for janitor-ial h''.;s. b~,cn b:·~us;ht .to life };1 an arep t10n. The. Chmr of the West and the supp hes, as well as complete lavatory ncai l}. a nnlc m. length .. l he money J control room, into the sound lock, and Ch · 11 h b d d f ciliti s for this rcstorntwn proyct was ob· thrpugh the next door, on~ finds him: 0rus, as we as _t e an an or; a c · . tainl'd from John D. Rockddlcr ancl $outh \Ymg he assumed leadership and direction self in the radio studio P\'opcr. From chestra, have their. own rehearsal The south wing is composed of for ~he work. ~r. Rockdelcr has thi'.~ room will emanate all the broad- ro0ms. thl'ee floors which are identical to provided aJ?proxrnrntrly $+1,!i00,000 casting from the college campus; and, Choir Room for the pro3cct. In recent years the connecting. through the control. room . The first room, devoted to choral each other in design and which proc project has been sdf supporting· from to the tombs jn the basement, direct music, is entered from the hall through yide seventeen practic~ roms and five money from adrnissi on fee$ to the line br()1>dcasts may be made through double doors and throqgh. a sound- studios. The practice rooms for piano the stafams in the nearby cities. This lo~k, Here the famed Choir of the and voice are seven .feet wide by not take long for oae to realize that studio· is one of the largest in the West and its sister organization, the eleven feet long at their longest point. in brick, mortar, steel, and wood is a Northwest, commercially or otherwise, Chorus, rehearsceach day. This ro()m All of these. rooms arc equipped with monument to Christian higher educawith a seating' capacity of one hun- is forty-one fed by thirty-twofcet and new Story and Clark up~ight pianos tion and the faitJ1 and devotion of dred and twenty-five. It is fifty-four has a series of five risers whiCh · rua which have been gifts of frien(js of the thousands of people who believe that and one-half feet long by twentycfour the length of the room. Each riser is college,. The rooms are all connected America, and more particularly the foet wi.de, including a stage twenty- wide enough to accommodate a chair, by a corridor which opens onto a hall- young people of our Church, dese.rve four feet wide by eighteen feet deep. , and from these elevated positions the way and stair-well. The stair-wells are the best in education with a plus that 0 11 ~ notices that the studio is com- singers may have complete view at all lighted from windows with the same truly Builds for Character.

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etnergency power plap.t, a ,battery sys, Which automatically will go into me should ·a po;v.er. failure ,exist, permitting the emptying of the auditorium in an orderly manner. In the basement are also loca tcd a boiler ri;iQm; a heating. plant, and. the air ictmdi!iQning units providing. tl1e heat air for the building, as well as quarters for janitorial servke. The lavatories locatec! here are equipped with· showers for the use of cast members on production nights. Speech Classrooms GoJUing up the .• stairs from the basement to the first floor. of the north w.ing, one finds the remainder of rdllms and equipment fqr t.he Speech Department. Traveling toward ·the front 0f the buildii;ig and taking the first: hall on the left, one gains· access te two ·important speech rooms. The first ~oom off the hallis ten feet by eight\lcn feet in size, and at present is used as a debate squad room and seminar room and will in the fllture be used as a speech correction clinic; Here will be located the necesc ~qiiipment, such as audiometer, bl'Ush tnitror, recorders and other instruments for· testing purposes. At.the end of the hall is located a classroom. This room acco1n~ n1odates forty people, and · the. floor is •a two foot incline from front to rear with.·· provision for. the instruct~ desk. and chair at the rear. The of the pedestal

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the graduating class of 1950. This. de luxe set l?as twe~y-five 1)-qtes., and the impulses are fed through wires to four electronic speakers in the tower of the .building. . < . .. . . . . During the re15ular ~ays of the week these chi111es call and .dismiss classes, as well as ~inging out special music for the call ,to chapel. They are silei;it on Sa.tu1·day. Pn Sunday mornii;ig both .at 9:00 ~nd 10:55 the chimes ring out the. call. to ··church for the cntire com1mmity. The mechanism is completely autoµiatie and is on a time clock. so that it is set for seven days of op:ration. Therefore, .the mechanism neec! notbe .touched unless there is a desire to change any of the notes, which can be do11e simply by the changing ()fa smallmetaLclip. . Each of the fou.r speakers in the tower project to each of. the four di~ rections and can he contrqlled in volume to meet needs and requirements. Th~re is also supplied a keyboard which, by simple turning of a switch, can be played to ring the chimes by manual oper11tio11. Many · ac1ditional hyrnns and melodics m!'Y in. this way' be played. When the great organ in the auditorium is installed, a keyboard for the chimes will also be added in conjunction with the console so .that the chimes may be played at the same time; Offices The n('!xt room in this hall is the inner office of the. Director .of Public Relations, from yrhere the work o.n student .. solicitation, . choir and . band management, publicity, and alum~l matters is· administered. The next office down the hall is that .qf the Director of the Department of Speech and is connected directly to the secretary's office . and. the c.orner office used by the otherf~e1nbers of the Department of Speech. Radio Studio Across the.hall from tht speech offices one enters the sound-lock for the new radio ~tudfo. Immediately to the left is a small room which: can be used as a dressing room, storage ro.01i;, and also hou~es the dimmers for the radio studio. lmm~diitely to th~ right is t\1e radio crntrol room, whi~h is thirteen feet long by pine to' ten feet wi.de. One entire wan is a window \'\'ith two panes of 15lass eleven feet long by five feet high, ~nstallcd at an angle that slaqts the glass downward. In this room· is located· the l1c:art of the. electronic sy;te!il u~ed, for radio broadcastiag. The radio conso!e fa of the five chan.nel type,· eompl(:tely equipped

plctcly equipped with microphone, microphone boom, Baldwin piano and other equipment necessary for sustaining and commercial type broadcasts. The stage is of soft wood with a twcnty"four i~ch elevation and has facilitie~ for lighting and for curtains, so that studio may be used forrc· dtab, oae-act plays, and television scenes.· The floor of the studio prnper is of cork. . Unique Design . The most startling facto1· regarding the radio studi@ is its design including flat, round, and jagged surfaces: No two surfaces in the entire room ai::e parallel. It is designed from. a mathematical formula which . affects the sound in such a way th!'t the. voice hast~e sam!! yolume and q~ality in all•parts of the room. Near the rear ef the studio is a door which leads to the storage rooil) and closet used for chairs and broadcasting equipment. The door located two-thirds of the way down the waU leads to another sound-lock, which in this case has the appearance 0 f a tunnel about thirty feet long .. By means of a ramp this sound-lock rises to the level of the hall. The entire elcptronic system, amounting t<D some $13,,500 is a gift of a loyal and dcv0ted P. L. C. supporter, Mr. Chris Knutzen of Burlington, Washington.

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times of the director. This room, as well, is completely suspended; and again the floating floor is used, which effectively cuts out the sound fro~· the rest of the building and at .the same time gives the best acoustical treatment to the voices. One notices also that from this room recordings can be made directly so that . the choral groups need ·not leave their own practicc room to make practice transeriptions. As qnc leaves the room and entcrs the sound lock, a door is noticed which leads t~ a room in which the gowns and musi'c for the choir arc stored. ·Band Room Entering the hall again and tu}ning. t.0 the right, enc enters the band room, ~Yh.icJ:i is f@rty-two feet by forty-two feet, in which there are foui"'fisers. Three of these risers arc· four feet wide, a'nd the top riser is eight feet wide, thus accommodating all the instruments in the band and orchestra

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buildjngs and ::::ale of antiques and tvvo n1ore \veeks and \VT arc getting re adv to leave to1norro\v for N e\v books. Yorl;. They hm·c squeezed in more Washington, D. C., April 13 sightseeing in the two weeks than we Vh haH· been borne from \Viliams- ha\·c been able to do in six 1nonths. bunr a week no\v and are stil falk- They li;l\·c managed lo visit almost ing·· abCn1t thjs intcrest:in_f!, restored co~ C'\Try building, shrine :md historical lonial city 50 miles south of Rich- 'llput within a radius of 201) miles of Washington. Mr. Burs has always n1nnd, \ 7 irgini:i. Wiliamsburg is the l1omc of the becu interested in history and has enCollege of Wiliam and M:1ry, founded joyed himself thoroughly visiting in l (i93, the second oldest college in many of the spots he lns read about. the country. }farvard was founded in W c sure enjoyed their visit and the l 63G. In I G98 the statehouse at kids in particular will miss them. HOWIE Jmncstown was burned m1d the lcgisla tors decided to move their capital to Middle Plantation, which they renamed Williamsburg in honor of the PARKLA~D reigning English king, William III. JUNE 2ND 7TH From 1699 until I 780, when the capital was moved to Richmond, Williamsburg was the political, social and cultural center of the entire colony. \Ve ,-isitcd Burton Parish church (Episcopal) \vhcrc n1~11y n1cn \Vhosc na·n1cs arc 96th Street at East "B" familiar to all of us, John Marshall, EVERY SUNDAY SERVICES George Washington, Thomas J cffcr9:30-Episcopal Church School son, Patrick Hrnry, James Monroe, 11:00-Worship, Sermon & Music worshiped at one time. This church has held services continuously since

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In the first place, these guardians \ ~xccllcnt, he must pass mental, pcrof life on our highways are no: 1e- sonality and. aptitude tests within the cruited .. They apply voluntarily. Jn I acceptable college material range of order. to qualify they must meet some intelligence. The next step is a rigjd pretty rigid· requirements. physical ~xamination. An applicant must be 23 to 30 years In many cases a year has elapsed old, of good character, in excellent by now, and if our ''fine looking, f.traphealth arid physical condition, at least ping young fellow" still has a hen six feet tall with weight in proportion, desire to enter the Patrol after his and• have, at least, a high school cdu- initial experience and tutoring, he is cation. If he meets these preliminary ·now ready-not for the blue uniform requirements and there's an opening, and badge, but for the .real training he is accepted-but he's still a long pcr;od. way fr'?m that uni~or111 and badge. This. next and important phase is a . He f;r~t. serves s1:x; to twelve r.10nths program formulated in the first. year m a civ1l_rnn capacity at .one of ~he. of my first administration. !9J I. patrol off~ces as clerk, hce:'se exan:m~ Now comes the test. Our candidate er or radio. operator. Wlule ·. ass1gnc · . d ·· t o the St a t e ·Patrol n. •cod·f h · · ·woTkmg · · . 1s ~ b 1 as.~ .mem er o t e _oxgamzat10n us emy at Shelton as one of. a class of 12 abilities and personality are. obse~ved to 20 . men. There he undergoes four and evaluated. ·· · i·rn of mtcnsivc · · trammg, · · · · . . . . wee seven aays Mca~whi.lc he is. thoroughly mvcst1- a week, ten hours a day. Sunday morn: gated. m .l11s. horpe co.rnmuruty n~ to ings. he· may study or attpnd church: personal habits, ';!SSOCl';!tes, f .a ill i 1 Y His instructors arc mostly. veteran background, credit ratmg, character, Patrol officers, most of w h o rn arc crnploym~nt record! general conduct graduates of Northwestern University and traffic and pohce record. Traffic Institute. If his record and perfprmanee arc His course of study covers 40 dif-

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The three uf us Gov. Langlic agreed be was a clc~n-cut, husky chap 3ncl the convcrs:ition turned to other things. I've since 1l1011ght of that remark and wondered lww much rny companion and perh,1ps rn:rny thousands of our people know "!Jou t how our State Patroin:icn gr~.t u11 the force.

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By Clarence LaC~ossc (Continued from Page Four) . Herc and There J. R. Young, one of the most favorite ho1·seshoers in the area, was over at my place shoeing my horse this week-end. He asks, what's the matter, why don't you get more news in your column. I told him l would if I knew about it. It seems that he just returned from a motor trip to Illinois, where he visited his father who is the oldest man in Kinderhook, Illinois-89 years of agc:-,-which is really getting up there. There you are, JR. Incidentally, Mr. Young will shoe your horse any day now.· Drop him a card at Route 1, Box 475, Graham. Guess it is hard to get phones up there, thus the reason for the letter. Baby Chicks I stopped in Saturday at the Summi.t Feed. Walt, his wife, Frank, my brother, and several others w~re busy as busy could be handing out baby chicks by the thousands . . . nearly twenty thol.\sand, in fact, in one day . . . wow. They were. bushed by the time six came around. To make matters .worse, my boy Alan ended up with ten of the things. Guess where they arc . . . yeh, right on the back porch in a .cardboard box with one of my photoflood lights and a darn good spotlight in with them . . , and the worst part about it is .that they look like they might live. I shouldn't talk that way .about chicks since my dad raises them, but everyone to their own trade. Drill Meetings . Thursday evening at. 8.:00 is the drill time of the Sher.iff's .Mounted Posse followed Friday ·at .the same time by the Governor's Mounted Guard. Both drills wilFtake place at the Washington HorsemcnArcna. The arena has been newly filled· and leveled, which should· make it. in good shape for this week's activities. Roundup News The Thursday noon meeting of the Roundup Committee decided tha.t a Roundup danc.e Would be the cliniax feature of the Roundup. The dance will take place on Saturday, June 7, at the Bres.ernann Park at Spanaway Lake. Public is invited. Francis Nordyke is· the chairman in charge of the dance, A western orchestra has been hired .• .. it will be a big event. B. F. Fluty is working . on the Horse Show program being presented by the Parkland Riding Club as their contribution to the. Roundup. As soon as he gets his .program planned I will publish the program so you may plan to enter. Entry blanks will be available on request. Get your Parkland Roundup button now. Ed Stevens at the h1'!nk is chairman of the ·finance end of the Roundup. He has the buttons, or any committee member:.. will gh1dly sell Whiskers Growing It looks like a scene from out of the Old West to walk down the streets of Parkland these days. Stop in at the Post Office and .meet the James boys. They have a head start on the beard growing hereabouts ... Jack Quill is pampering a goatee type for ,exhibition purposes while a darker shade is grown by both Jim Bpchanan and Harry Keister . . . lfrothcr, don't tangle with those boys. Big John Mostead says his is as pure as gold . . . take a look for yourself. That's the· type of cooperation it takes to put acr!;J$s a•deal.Jikc the Parkland Roundup·;·Evcryonc has lots of fun if they take a notion to do so, as do the others .who go about their businc5s. Jo.in in the fun . . . it won't .hurt you a bit. Starting the first of May our official sheriff, Lee Tretter, will be on the prowl looking for violators of the Parkland Proclamation as- issued by the terrible four last week, Tom Law, Roger McDonald, Clarence LaCrosse and Francis Nordyke. Lee will be the official sheriff . . . more fun for· all. Roundup judge -will be Al Grodvig. The pcrrnlty for not appearing iii W cs tern app·arcl or having a beard will be a fine in the way of purchase .of a Roundup button, a ticket, or otlwrwise be incarcerated in th.c Roundup jail. Oh, it will be fun for someone.

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LANO NEWS WoqdJand P-TA held its April meeting at the school last Wednes· evening. Presid~nt Isabel BadBculah Hoffman,- .chnirmaJ\ of ham p'resided ovr:r the business mcetthe - health committee, presented the sch1'J9J nurse. Mrs. Wisr, and Mrs. fnhnson,· who is affiliated with the jisyf;h(llogy department ---.of the Taschools. Following a prcscntaof-the n10\'ic, ""I-Iu1nan. Gro\vth," Mrs._ Wise and _Mrs. Johnson led a discusr.ion. Election of officers followed, with Barbara Cordes elected president for tlw corning year; Marg:::t"ret Stager, -vice-' _president; Flora Ruy le, _secretary, and Flora _Lester, treasurer. Mothers .of the members of the first~rade served refreshments with Elinoi-'-' Tucker in charge. The nc<l meLing will b_e May 9 and will be installatio11 of officers and the dosing meeting of_ the year. ' House Wannhig /\ gr;mp of friends, neighbors' and 1_n· latives greeted the Bml' Roots with a house warming for their new home

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.F1'.iday night. ·nu1'ing, ~he soe_j'al WPre'.s(>rVed byBPv(rl)' Cori'igan, Vall evem-ng, ~uth -Otto ~n-tertamed wtth eric. -D_ a\_·is, Sandra__ Little_· and Ann seyc~al piano sclectrnns and com_ __ -- _ _ -· _ Clinton. . mumty s1;ig. Hostesses for the evening (-I_ • • _ , · Guild Meetinrr By lVTRS. VERNE FOGLE were Elmor Tucker and _Barba_ra_ -1 _ terns Onut_ tedm Ri;_cen_ t \heks-_) Tl M ___ . - ___ _ '?GR, 5210 Cordes. A 'lovely ivy ~ift 1.a;e wa's Fly to Kodiak __ .1e a'.·1e Hazen _Gmld held the 11 filled with money -by tl;e guests _and-I Recently Mrs. ~'- W. C::edercranf -~P _ l m:eti_ng at the hon;e o~ .Mrs. the co1~ple arc to buy a new mirror and_da~ightcrs, Gail an.d. Diani;, flew Kail Richm~~onlof 1m}jj'mn, Lake. (ftems Omitted in Recent Weeks) for then home. Those who attended ·1 to 1.... ocliak, AL:iska, to JOm thell' busot ier s .- - - ., Wne Mesdames and Messrs. Harry band and fatlwr. who is a_ Navy pilot . M'.·s. Elmer ~raclley of- C~rlson road _Mi·s. John Dargan of East 72ncl Jcampshirc, E. I-I. Goodner, S. R. statione.d _the/'" After a siege of strep was ~ailed to Soap Lake tlns. week by. strec~. daughter-in-law of Mrs. L_ R. ] _ ·ucb_?r_ '__ R ___ 1_ isscl_I Tu__ckc'r_, Freel Fox thr.oat mfcctwn and mum.ps a_ fter ar-1 t!1.c, illness of her mother, Mrs. Ddk- Field, is. reported do_in!!; nicely at Karl Cordes, Kenneth Keil, Howard ;·i_\·mg, they reporte~l arn.ving 0. K. Iiccd. . Tacotna Gencrol hospital after a ma-Allen, Bob Harbn, Clarence Otto, Ihey ha,cl been st.aymg with Mr. CcHoliday JOr 'opc·ra11on last Th1mcby. Mrs. Art Lemm, B. Jordan, \Vesley Wil- de-reran.I. s _ parents, .Mr. and Mrs. . An unexpected day of freedom was Dargan had a rugg"d time fur a few Iiams, Walt Challandcr Oscar Root LaVcrne Ulsen. until he established given the Waller Road s9hool children ·clays, but we hopt· she wil continue William Kelly, John La;·ik, Paul Coe~ a home lor them in Kodiak. last Friday .when the '\'~·'.Cr was shut to improv1: so she c:m return to her nen, Bob Thurston, Harry Lee, Har•- . To Olymp~a off for repairs·,on the line, hom~ before too long. old Hanson, Joe Heil, Lawrence Otto , Motonnp.; to Olympia for Easter Store Addition. ' Quiz-Down Enjoyed 0 and Louie Ward. _ , drnncr at the home .of Mr. and Mrs. Much of the noise in tlie 64th and lt·may have been April Fool's Day Vi'orking for Kindcq?;artcn Hrnry Schumock and son John. were Waller Road district- is q;,e to the_ last '.fu0sday, but to the many mothMcmbcrs of the Woodbncl pre- Mr. and. Mrs. Gco~·gc Rodrick, Jr .. pounding of nails by G\l'penters builcJ.! ~rs >o.f the W~1Jler Road Mothers' club school met last week at. the school an~ fanuly, . Georgie, Donnie, Bar- ing a very nice additiqn.tp',.-the Waller. it will -be <; clay to ;·ernernbcr. The to. poll the ;-csults of thcll' campaign ba1a and then· new son -~oy Her:ry, I Road Stop 'n' Shop. ·.<· 7 , / regular busmess meetm.g was held at for a new kmdcrg·arten at Woodl3ncL }-'?rn .at Nm:thern Pac1f1c hospital Bl cl E --rii.-.the Comnrnt;ity hall with Mrs. Alvin On a surn'y hunicdly conducted in I ut:'sclay, Ap1:il 8. and Mr. ~nd Mrs. . esse vent _-'j'?'?we: _ Fcroh pr~s1d1ng. . only three clays, they attained 336 Walter Corngan and family, BevHonoring Mrs. Gle!1Il_ Rickert, a-Follqwrng the mcetrng, J\1rs. Ferch signatures and all in. favor of the cdy, Marlene and Pat. Others cele- blessed rvent shower was·.given Aprir intniG\ucecl the radio pair kown to addition. Many were missed in the bra ting the day 'were Mrs. Bertha 3 at the home of Mrs. Gilbert Ca·rJson.c listc.nirig · audiences as "Steve and survey, due to the time in which they Bmnner and Mrs. Gertrude Sclrn- Lt. ar;d Mrs. Ricke~·t are'J_i~•ing at. Fort· Loree ·.of HorncrnakeJiP Harmony," had to complete it. If you were mock from Tacoma, M1'. and Mrs. Banmng, _Ga., while he•1s_ stat10ned heard, each mornin!!; O\'Cr raclio stamissecl and your child is of kindergar- Robert Goslee and f~mily, Lou and there with the U.S. -:\rmy. In the ab- tion KTAC:. ~en age, or will have one of this age Janet Ann, from Arlmgton, and Mr. sencc of th: prospect1v~, mother, Mrs. . The pr'?gram .of 40 minutes duram the near future, will_ you please :ind l\_1rs. Richard. Brunner _and fam- Edwa,1;d Rickert, the grandmothyr-, ti.on· was .filled with humor, ho.uschold contact a Preschool _ member listed ily, Ricky, Betty and Catherine Anne, to-be, had. the pleasure of opcmng hmts, recipes, poetry and a quiz-down an(i . she in turn wil contact you. from Aberdeen. the loccly gifts presented by the large for- ;three contestants. The musical There arc high hopes ·for this kinderHome From Hospital group of friends and relatives. A very numbers were furnished by the gartcn and the Preschool has worked l'v!rs. Paul Arterburn spent several interesting scrapbook· was rri-ade for Rhythm Sparks. many years to attain one. The mem- clays in the .Tacoma General hospital the absent honor guest. ,Refreslnncnts The quiz-down contestants were bcr? of .the school board have p.;ivcn recently hanng x-rays .taken. She were served at the close· of thcc\·ening Mrs. Rudy C:eise, Mrs. John Sand and their assistance in many ways and if is at home but not frdmg so good by Mrs. Ca.-lson, asSi$tecl -Y1'. her·' '.J\.£rs. A. Coocllt'sky. The questions at all possible will _be able to ,grant and as yet hadn't found out the daughter, Mrs. Richarc;LPptH'!l': · were in rhyme ancl tricky. Mrs. further pbns for this project. Those ~ai:se, of h~r trouble. Here's b:iping 4•ll'ers Win A\v~rtls:, Sa.nd came out die winner and rePreschool members wl;o were taking 1t '?n t serious .and that she will be Those 4-H members are t 0 be co .. ce1yed a beautiful corsag·c. Mrs. a poll of the commumty were Jewel fcclmg fme agarn real soon. t I d l . d Geise, second, was _awarded a crate 1 at -t•in· " G.crtruc ' lc 1>clcsky, I•lora -• · · · onp t 1e1r goo 1c o f _avocac1os and 1'1rs. GoodlEsky was Ruyle, Successful Dance ·gra "'ate v . ·. war· ' ' l IdI•ox, .. I'' _.. M, J . . recent i'ooc1 reparat10n contest 1c - ·. . _ f I'} l " I , · · ts. ,mtc 1, is. os_1111, 1,enc HarEveryone reported havuw .1 gram] - ti 1,. 1. d gl\en a set o c 11 c ren s iarncsses, M 1 1 B etty A ncersonan 1 ·J otz, _ N'J G· ·R.ltc .D cnng, · .W1.. - at the . - sponsored . - '°' by · the D m ic •icsc100. · ] etc_ - w1t 'l1 l)C ll s. , a 1 a ,1ay, tnnc dance rl B , • .. .·; . • ~omp t 11 11 nona !'oner, Barbara Cordes;_ Yvonne Midland 'l-H Cirls' clnh at tlw J\fid-1 a_1 e~e f~n7 '~ ue blud. . l~bon ;'"" Jntcrvwwr·d for household hints Lindell ancJ Mrs. Burrell. _ _ Jami hall bsr Tm·"lay ewnill"' AJHil n.e1· 1s m t tc unc " ' 0 dn iviswn. '_·cl and recipes were Me,damcs Harvey 1 ,· 1-b ·J100- cl_cu:> l I met , ·h ]- ,], here were Jolcntv __·of - bo'_'s "' }HTS· n-' 'ons were to S two W ,1, S. G .. . , 1r . 1 d 'I ug_ 1 m at t c tome 8. _ aware B areb an· . 1er .others N-. / 1unc·l1eon te·11ns J·. · p1tz and I,- ee .s - 11., \'.>lotp;c I' 1 -.aa Ian , 1v att --, o{_iv1 rs .. 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The _ -•.f l _ d 1Jl c,u, ast t lCY prepai;e ' .. ]':\.., E!.J.: --1R GC\.WO_o l cl , .. __R'ic_arc h l cectnc I . popcorn popper - \Vas - - awarce 1· d Kon ,t 11e ,k' hear the11· c·l- UlJ o 11 tl1c '1· W c I·\.now __ .a II t.l, - I I·" M.01;- -..:-_,·,>-. •1 aryr ·;-. _ . ai · W 1 Nicolet, Paul'-Gooding, Bill Hc11n, J. t'o Mrs. Williain McSwain of Elk . u'.~w\jam. Hteb_ kf'wei{~\? .\C'\ it was thoroughly enjoyed by all and 1 1 1 11 0 C .. Mullii;s, Osqr Swalandcr,. Mrs. Plain. Congratulations! Sl _<. ~ 'J m lC d~aJ ast:P l si~n;, hope _that Stc~'c and Loree ipined a Ik1l and t11c hoste5s, Mrs. Cot'clcs. The _H Club News 1:d,IOn ot_ nve_1 an · .0n']-.:' '\1, 0 ic-1' lot o.f new listeners to thcu- early 4 n_cx_t_ rn_cctin_o; will be__ at the home of Tll >Ki'dl· d G' ·ls' 1 I~I 1 b ct j c ei\cd a wlutclc nbbon for the-brc;akfast mornmg program. They stated that . . . · -·- ·· J j Y taI<c the pro~_·-ram to Mrs. Frank Wi'__,·g-ins 'f d-c 1n \ ,m- _ -'"t ti _ M' 11c u d m f' - t 11ey · ]Jl'C]Jarc · ' - · ;· tJ1ey w1'II gad • . b~. . . • • ues ay,, .t pn 1 .1, a · 1r: H an ire . _ Art Lmdbcck 1s m the Good Smnar- hall. Heverly Corrigan took over the , •' FRESH COOKED it,an hosp~tal at Puyalup w1~h a brok~n 1; 1ceting in the absence of. the prcsilcg which . 1'.appen~cl Fnday wlule dent. The main topics of discussion horseback riclmg. HlS leg was broken were the_ 4-H danc_c to. be held April FRESH OYSTERS ~ct wren .the knct'. and_ t~H- foot. 8 at •the Midland' dance hall and the Airport Road and Highway 99 Mothers' Day tea. Committees for IA. I'll U ._. the dance arc: Food, Ann Clinton, a~d S~~c;lay Marline Spearman; music, Sharron Eshpetcr, Joyce Webber; publicity, Bc\Trly Corrigan, Valerie Davis, San- Specializing in Children's Shoes dra Little; decorations, Joanne Morud, Glenna Parriot; tickets, Mary 706 ST. HELENS AVE. - MA 6318 Denson; checkroom, Diane Solkey; Custom Picture Framing d1aperones, Joan Arterburn. BR 4327 Committees for the Mothers' Day tea arc: Refreshments, Diane So Ikey; entertainment, Sandra Little; gifts, Sharron Eshpctcr; hall, Ann Clinton; invitations, Joanne lVlornd; decorations, Valerie Davis. Gas - Oil • Accessories - Repairs Joyce Webber and Sharron Eshpetcr will compete in the finals in J unc for the Lunclwon contest, •. winncr will W c Stand Behind Our Work compete at the State Fair in Yakima. Tune-up - Urnke Jobs It was announced that the Seniot Motor Overhaul 4--I-I club is sponsoring a cruise on the 165th & Pacific Ave. Gallant Lady April 19 and a carnival, May ] 6. The Midland Girls' club is in charge of the make-up booth and the sideshow. Diane Solkcy gave a demonstration ON DISPLAY.A;~' OllR YARD J, ' I on "Hernming,,:;i._..§lfi1;t.'' p_drcsluncn t~. 20x20 GARAGE.. .............. , ......... ~:,,~----"$675.00_ - $21.66 Monthly li1-x20 GARAGE .•. , ............. :,, _______ ,~~,,. ...,_$495.00,- $15,81 .Monthly, • ---·II · G'!ilt on Your Lqt'.'~ Labor Included RADIO NO DOWN PAYMF.N1'.'- PAY MONTHLY is now equipped to pick up and deliver your radio promptly.

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11 THE TIMES-JOURNAL any 01;ganizations if they are invited. Thursday, April 24, 1952 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~-'--~-! Passes Mrs. David Bi1chman, lono;-tirnc resident of the Waller Road district. , p LaCROSSE PRINTERS passed away last week at her home Check 0~1~ Low ~ices on 64th street after a long illness. LaCROSSE PRIN'I ERS GRanite 7100 Sincnest sympathy is e·ztenclf'd to Mr. GRanite 7100 'flood Fishing at Birchm,rn and family by nei5':hbors iii and friends. . . Vancty Show , May 7 is tllf' date of thP variety We Repair, Electrify ana Sell show at the Wdlle1 Ro,1d hall! for inUsed Machine formation call Mrs. Fogle, GR 5210. Grange Auxiliary The Grange auxiliary will meet MA. 4797-F. A. Campbell, owner with Mrs. Earle Thompson, May 7, Mrs. Clair Farley assisting.

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Published every Thursday~ by LaCrosse Printers in Parkland, Wash. Distributed by direct mail to every home and business in Parkland, Eatonville, Graham, Roy, Firgrove, Midland, Waller Road, McKenna, Elk Plain, Kirby, Kapowsin, Spanaway, Collins, Summit, Thrift, Berkley, Harvard, :Fern Hill, Ponders, Frederickson, Harding, Woodland, Lake view, Firwood, and southern portion of Tacoma. • ADDRESS ___________ . ____ p, 0. BOX ails, PARKLAND, WASHINGTON Corner of Park Avenue and Wheeler Street -- Phone GRanite 7100 CLARENCE W. LACROSSE, JACK BROWN.............. PUBLISHERS NEVA T. HONEYWELL............•.......................•....................... EDITOR GIBB TI-IEIS ................................................................ :c •• ADVERTISING SUBSCRIPTION RA TE ........................ "...,............ ,.. ....... $2.00 per year (Beyond Free Distribution Area) ADVERTISING RA'FES,...,.LOCAL inches, per month ...................................................... $1.40 3 to 100 Column inches, per month....•.... :.... __.................................. $1.25 100 to 200 Column inches, per ~onth .............................................. $1.15 Phone for Additional Volume Rates NATIONAL RATE ......................................... ,.......... $1.47 Per Col. Inch l to

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B<apowsin P-TA Talent I 'Holiday' Article On Keeps Audience in Mirth Western Washington

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The "Ch<>rlcston" number danced by Monica Ressler won first prize in the adult class on the fourth annual Talent S.how held at the Kapowsin gym, Saturday night, and sponsored by the Kapowsin P-TA of the Bethel district. Gordon Barna and Thorne Tibbetts, playing an accordion duet, placed fir>t among the teen-age group, while Stu-. art Harrison won first prize singing and playing drums in the sixth grade and under class. Other winners were Thrift :MothPrs' Club style show, scr;ond, and M'rs .. Ted Sambilla's whistling solo was third in adults,- Die!< Southwo1:t.h, singrng a song with his own words, won second and Kay McGee was third with a tap and acrobatic act. The baton number by Sherrill and Einda Francis placed second in the young group while. little Sharon Lauenborg was third in singing Slow Poke and Sioux City Sue. Mrs. Harry Allen was Talent Show chairman while Noland Nelson pre~ sided . as master of ceremonies. Judges were Clarence LaCrossc, Sam Green, Mrs. Bert Badham, and Mrs. George Barras.

Holiday Magazine, in its forthcoming ~ay. issue,·. will give Western Washmgton an 18-pagc vacation artide feature, according to word just received., Such ·an article,· appearing in a national magazine of the scope and stature of Ho)iday, is a rear advertising "break'' for Washington's eitizens. According to advance publicity on the feature it. is superbly written, well illustrated with some 25 photographs, and describes western Washington's resources and scenery under the well chosen title, "The Most Beautiful Part of America." This is the second time .that this magazil'.e has chosen W~shington. as the sub3cct for an extensive vacat10n article. • The issue of Holiday magazine, car.ryi.ng the W.· estcrn. Washington story, is. to be released to .newsstands on Wednesday, April 16.

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PUYALLUP Auto Sales & Service offers quality one-owner cars in perfect near new condition, at prices you can't i:.;nore. To pay more is to waste your money. Take advantage of our low overhead. Most cars have radio and heater. '52 Dodge 4-Door. Auto. Trans. $2,499! '51 Olds. 88 Super Club Cpe. Hyd ................ . $2,399! '51 Nash Cust. Scd. O.'Drivc ........................ $2,199! '51 Nash Amb. Scd. Hydra. $2,279! '50 Kaiser Vagabond Sed. O'Drive. _________ $1,499! '50 Nash Amb. Seel. Hydra. $1,p99! '4·9 Olds. 98 Seel. Hydra. $1,699! '49 Lillcoln Scd. O'Drivc ... $1,499! '49 Studc. Land Cruiser Sedan .............................. $1,499! '49 Plymouth Sedan .......... $1,199! '49 Nash Amb. Scd. O'Drivc ........................ $1,579! '49 Ford Cust. V-8 Sed. O'Drivc, ........................ $1,199! '49 Chev. Deluxe Sedan .. $1,299! '50 Ford 4-Door Sedan ...... $1;499! '48 Pack. Del. Scd. O'Drive ......................... $1,299! '48 Chev. Fleet. Sedan .... $1,099! '46 Nash Amb. Sedan. O'Drivc ..................... ,....... $679! '46 Hudson 6 Sedan ."" ......... $569! '46 Chevrolet .Pick-up ........ $569! '41 Plymouth Sedan ............ $269! '41 Chevrolet Sedan ............ $269! '41 Nash Amb. Sedan .......... $249! '41 Nash, needs trans. wk ..... $99! '39 Olds. Sedan ...................... $99!

Bi'cycle Trophies On Display Here.

Displayed in the window of the Parkland Cycle sho are a number o'f especially handsome trophies, which wil be .awarded at ''coming bicycle events. Sponsored by the. Argpnaut Wheel men, 5-rnile and 10-milc races will be held at Point Defiance park May 25. In two races for senior boys, one. will accept entries of those who have .not previously qualified for the st.ate race, the other will be for those qualified for this event. The state championship race·· will be held in June. On May 24, under joint sponsorship of the Metropolitan Park board and the juvenile division of the Tacoma police . department, there will be a .. "bike day" at the park with races and games for children of all ages. While thrm~ are no trophies for the boys and girls competing in the bike day races, they are assured of a lot of fun. The trophies are being shown in various districts and will be in Parkland one more week.

Would you please, as a favor to all mothers and fathers, put a notice in your paper reminding all. drivers that since spring has sprung, children are apt to spring from nowhere, too. I have seen people speed by at least 50 miles an hour, which is absolutely senseless in a residential district. Keep your speed for the open highway. With a little thought and care on the part of drivers, there is kss apt to he a ftal accident. ' I know then: arc unavoidable accidents where children dart out in front of cars and get hurt, killed or crippled for life, but those few seconds it takes to slow down when you sec children playing along the road may save a child's life and may also save you from having a child's death and your conscience the rPst of your life .. Remember, children don't always think for themselves and if we are mature enough to sit behind the wheel. of a car we should be mature enough to use our heads and think for the kids a little too, and travel at a speed where we can stop if necessary. Please do be careful! Mother of :Four Lagos, Nigeria, B. W. A. 7 Gboti fa St. Editor, Times Journal, Dear Editor: You ' should be surprised to get such a letter from this part of the world .but you shouldn't be surprised since international affairs, good habit, love and non-racial discrimination are the occupiers 'of your heart as you always do good deeds toward your fellowmen. While I was reading some American book this morning, I came across your name and address and I took up my golden pen in order that my name and address might be published in your world-wide news.paper. I am 18 years old, five feet five inches tall and weigh eight stones, one pound: I would like to correspond with young and old people in and around Spanaway. I enjoy the hobbies of boxing, dancing, swimming, table tennis, reading and running. I close with an urgent appeal for American friends and say "May God bless you in your doing. Amen." Bob Morrison Ahilusi

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Birthday earty ,/

The Thurston County Fire Protection district No. '2. located at Yelm, is sponsorin'.i;- a dance to be held Saturday, April 26, from 9 to 2 in the Yelm high school gymnasium. Proceeds for the affair will go toward purchasing a two-way radio to be used f_or the fire department and for civil defense. Music for ·the dance will be furnished by Lillian Johnston's Harmony Kings. Eats' will be served in the school cafeteria.

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Fire chiefs of Midland, Summit, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Streby Spanaway and Parkland have issued of Parklai;d •..w. as given by her mother , PLOW. IN.G, DISCING a plea to all citizens of the area to Satu.rday afternoon, March. 29. Decper co-operate in Spring Clean-up to orat10ns and favors were rn Easter .1 rnfeguard the community against fire, motif, with games and a fish pond J accidents, .disease, and to improve its providing gifts for all.· Guests includCustom Cabinet Work 1ppearance. . ." ed Leah Woodford, Karen Foster, For the home check-up, the 'Chiefs 3uggcst that householders: Christine Mitchel,] Margaret· Hall, Louise DeJardine, Deborah .. Firgens, . Get rid of all rubbish and papers Jack and Jill Hartley, Donna May 11 • in the attic, closets, basclent,. yar~ Mitchell, Renee and Glenda Lee Fain, Rt 3 B 373·· p JI :md garngc. TiC' them into b~n_dlc.s . ox-Phone 5-6086 uya up C ar1me for salvage. Check stoves, furnaces an cl p atty H en cl erson,. a. 11 of Par.kland, and Mrs. George Ste<\d and 1 and heaters. Have al repair work son, 1v[ichael of Lakewood. clone now. Sec that floors under stoves arc protected by metal, bricks or cement. Insulate all burnable material subject to heat. radiated . from.· ~f.orcls;; [urnaccs and p1pe_s. Empty hot\a~jie~·, mto metal eontamcrs. Clean cl11111-·· THRIFT ncy and check for cracks, loose bricks CITY and mortar. Place metal screens in U.S. A. front of fireplace .. Place portablbc healers so they can't be knocked over. v 1'·J'e;' II\. a'\.roa Distribute ash trays in convenien~ .: .;f_'W.ll:&f.-has happened to the airplane in four decades is graphically revealed places for sruokc1<i;. See that matches · h b ·· f · A' F N h A · F 86 S b · 1· To thousands of men and women are out of reach of young children m t e a ovep1ctu,re o ~n 1r ore~ ort mcr.1can !" a rcJet f ymg by and placed in safe containers. Check a 1912 model pusher biplane. Radical changes m design have been accomthis is the doorway to security. Each gas connect.ions on portable heaters. , panied by equally great changes in performance. The Sabrcjet holds the official knows the value of saving the safe, S~ut-off valves should .he located on world's speed record of 670 miles an hour. The agecl pusher shown here, which pipe before rubber tubmg. b 'l cl fl b B'll p ·k · 60 h Th S b · ' b systematic wa'( at the Northwest's Never use gasoline, · benzine or was. mt an . o\\Cn y 1 y a1 er, crmscs at mp . e a re1et s tur o-

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Times journal v 7 no 32 apr 24, 1952  
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