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JUNE 5, 1952 (VOL. 7, NO. 38)

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PUBLISHED AT PARKLAND, WASH., BY CLARENCE

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Yippee, let her buck ... it's time once again for the annual Parkland Roundup sponsored jointly by the Parkland Bus· 1 Club and the Pierce County Jersey Catt'e Club w'th I t f 1 from otber grOUIJS of the area es1Jecially the Pa ·k·I Id °C.'lebp 1 1 , , ·' • · an mg U • Its proper to wear western jeans. neckerchiefs, ten-gallon hats. hoop skirts or any other article of western ap are! for tbe bi _g event which will continue throughout the en 'r, l fJ R· · · SI . . ti e'.'ce~o une.. 2 7· a.l!lter ' · 1 ows, a Tacoma carmval. ts presenttng the itncs.t f I · ar_ray O carniva entertatnmcnt ever roffered Rides for all tbe !'ids and si Ins for d l the . I!area residents. . d . the bi ·h , : l .' g . . g an ac. are a . conta111e 111 HOT R,()11)§ TO BURN PADKnAMD 9i'BACK g ,s. ow "' 11.icJ 1.s open to cvetyom: · . ·. 110 ·admittance to the ·: . . . . II\. II.. R"G mi'I.. gates which are JUSt. tn front of the postoff1ce, where many local . Faith '\:~mng, 6, of F1~e, wil! be one of the drivers in the ex'citing l\.iicrobusmessmen have display booths. place<l. The big show is on all Midget Racmg event which will be on the Parldand Roundup afternoon week ... be sure to bring out the kidd' h 1 ' f progra.m of J.un.e 7, at Parkland. These races will be staged by M ies so t ey can Ja\ e un. the M1cro-M1dget Association, who have a total of six cars which will reach .

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. Lets all turn out for the second showing of the Pierce County Persey Cattle club, to be held 111 conJunct10n with the Parkland Round Up on Saturday, June 7. The Cattle club !1as prepared a very interesting and entertaining program 1 1 1ng at 10·00 ' · J t J e d ay. This · years ' exb1b1t · · '. an.d contmmng t] · 0f ' . regi:tered Jerseys will be larger. and represent more of the county s breeders even last.year B big show. Dr. Murdock, of the Western Wshmgton Ex)enment statio ·n b j 1 0 ff· j · d f ti1e catt I e l n, Wl c t e tcta JU ge o · · · · , · . . . . One highlight of. this years show mtcrestccl rn dairyrng. But the pro-

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greater Fr·rn Hill district has men will be earned from the Gover.. nrwbaby in its_1.Jtidst, a non-profit nor-sRofflic:e in Olymppila lo Queen Car'"1JHH.1t10n orgnn1zcd for the lwttcr- men· O)mson m ardand to be pre""nt of dte community. scntecl al the oµening of the Corona. lts pnrnc.ry au.n nnw is 1Jw build-1 uon, progr.mn. . . . 1:1g of a '.'ornmurnty center for young, .1h_1s will be the first tune m the .. rnl old.alike, that will grow as the]hist01y of the state that a pony excunm111111tv grows makiiw it richer press letter has ever been delivered as ·d· ' ·" · , ff' · I 1 · prov1 mg a pbcc for young pco- \an o icia cttcr over this territory. to go and devdop their .interests The ktrcr from Governor Langlie will the l.ieltcr ways of Amcrirnn life. he c1.-J1vercd to the Olympia postmaswill be the of show halters duce from these farms is used in every . ln. order for the greater Fern Hill ter who will cancel it in the customary to all of_ t.hc pa.rt1cipat1?g 'i·-H home m the county, so you sec that d1'll:ict to achieve the rnrnmunity cen- manner hand it. to the first pony FF_A exh1b;tors, addit10n to. pnzes we all,ha\C an in sel'ing these 1cr. it. is gnmg· to take the ntiring and express ndcr who will dash off to the for .the wmncrs m each class. The bc.authtd cattk on display. It has been cumbrned efforts of every man, wo1;ian nty lamts with !t where it will really ParJ,Jand .Jewelers have donated a.tro- satcl of the dairy row that "she is the 11 and child. get under way m a cloud of dust as phy to be presented to the best ammal foster mother of the· human race" so 1ms 1)een shown by It CAI\ be clone and it will be the first rider takes off down the hiQ'hlore 1 a speed of fifty miles an hour. m the show, entered by a 4-II or FFA I let's make next Saturday a real "Foste; clone. way toward Parkland. Several miles 1oea resd ents t us year thar,i e-.:er . . . community events. The Pacific Luth· In addition to racing Saturday the racers will put on a race on Wednes- men;bcr. The Cattle duh is also pre- Mother's Dav." Following is a list of the board further down the highway another anh more people are out eran Colleo;e graciously :allowed the day evening, June 4, right after the Kangaroo Kourt at the Anderson Lumber sentmg a registered Jersey heifer calf, All of the proceedings of the Cattle elected recently at an o1)cn meeting· fresh rider and horse pick up the bt. at to get .ot;t an have a use of the' lots where the cattle and Co.. at 96th and Pacific. Bill Sny will referee the races which are expected to I donated by the Ely Jersey farm of show will be broadcast over loud,,· t d ff · · . it o iversionary activity such as the . ' tt t "d bl · 0 · Graham lo Jon H tt h th' · 'f urms · h ed b y Coun· . au c taf ore! presi.dent· Don empo an o agam m still more dust R d ff d . I f f d horse. shows will be presented on Gai.· a· rac cons1 era c attentwn. ther drivers are Charles Young Bill Bliss a , w o won ." spea k er earnpmPnc c( )'Leary, 1 d first S vice-president· f Charles It is expected that the letter will dodunt upth a s is a fotl' un an field street. You can i·cadil)' see thi; Dick Pertile, Hans Bohren, !?au! Sny and Karen Parmalee No 'charge w1·11' award by his outstanding work in the ty Agent Claude Doran. Lists of the . . ' Car ' ·l·J anc! m · recur - d time . · a commumty . venture ' and coopera- b e ma d e f or tie I ex h"b" · . · . 4-H ]Jrogram last · . .Y1e1,. sec.on d yice-prestdent; 1 l'·at' ... probably a s ,o. . e enjoyment . .o ivmg . .. · 1 mon w h'·1ch w1·1 I he open to the public. . . , ' ' Y.e·a·1. 1'h'is prescn t a- en t" 11.es ·11 lJc on l1an d f or f o.ll owrng 1 Walden, fmancial secretary; George a day or t.wo ahead of the regular mail Pait1eip.auon hy busrnesses ':'ncl J;>us- t1on of everyone made it possible. . . twn will be made pnor to. the sh9wrng, !he Judgmg, a'?cl reasons for his plac0 • Packard, treasurer; Mary Stafford, schedule m fact. messmen 11l the gala event is wideNow it's up to you, the public . , . that J.on can enter his cal.£ m mgs will .be g1yen by Dr. Murdock. secretary; Jcnnfr Grnham, Harry .When the .letter reaches Parklanfl it sprc_ad. Bankers and then· staffs are the show_ is on, come out and see it on ]Ud?,mg i; so desires .. This year,s The showrng wtll be clerked by. Whit0 • Ilo'.drcn .Wilbur Bclters, trustees. will be received by .Jack Quill, the havmg neiy day from_ the event. . . . we did our pctrl, the rest is yours. ent11es b) 4-H members IS ney Roberts, of the Jersey l'oll?wrng is a list of the advisory Parkland postmaster, who will process The entne staH of Nat1.onal Bank We need your attendance to complete the largest on 1ecord of club, and Cattle dub. A rmg will be.constructed \ executive committee which is made it m the regular manner where it will of Washmgt?n is outfitted m western the success. . covers, a good c:o.ss sectwn of the with seats for those who wish to watch up of representatives of fraternal, civic aRain be handed to the last rider who apl?arel as 1s ,the crew at the post.. Every mmute of the day Saturday Kiddies, here is the news you have county s dairy acnv1t1es. Tl;ese young- the classes in comfort. In fact, everya n d religious organi.zations of th c will y. drive right up on the office. Fletcher s Market, Bas"'..'11 be tak:n un with. pl_enty of exwantinlj to !1e.ar. A Kid- sters l.1ave all entered heifers to be thrng will be P!·ovidecl for an greater Fern Hill district: Frank stage with it thus completing the first ket, Poche ls, Betty Vogel s ·Country Ii citement fo1 those attending the 2nd dies parade is bemg planned JUSt for shown. I able and <'duca.ttonal clay at the Pierce Ycnne, Rita Lind, Edith Yenne, Rolf Pony Express letter from the Gover- House and The Bungalow where Roy iU annual Parkland Roundup. After the you .on Friday afternoon at 2:30 on David A. ndresen, Puyallup; Jack County Jersey show, June 7, at ParkPc.tc;-son, Hiegel, Gunnelcl nor of the state to the Parkland Vaup;han has really turned the place • horse Saturday afte:noon the Garfield street in Parkland. You may Sand, Tacoma; Don:;ld Long, Puy- land. Willits, Joe Tmgstad, Joe La Vergne, Roundup queen. mto a headquarters for Rom.idup fun. I wont be dead and ,over .. · . no e?ter your pet dog, goat, chicken, al!up; Jmuny Van Sickle; Puyallup; Andrew Bleill, Anne Critchely, Helen _Of particular interest to the public Nearly all '?th.er busmess firms pets11ee.'. . . '.'t 9 0 .clock lll the bicycle, pan>:, hone, wag?n or what Diana Lutts, Orting; :reddy Ford, Children's Day Bennett, Alma Man caster, and B. L. will be the that the letter will bear sonnel arc s1m1larly bedecked. Rad10 cvenmg the gigantic Dance have you. Pnzes .will be given for the Ortmp;; Lan Lutts, Ortmg; Kathleen Vaughan. the official stamp of the state of prop;rams have• Leen ongmatmp; from gr.ts under.l"ay at Bre_sei;nar.m s Span- best costumes, the best pet and a host Brown,· Tacoma; Sheila Sales, TaThe Prairie Mission Sunday school, ' The next m.·· ceting will be at p.m. Washrnglon, that of the Grand Coulee the Bungalow both l.ast :week and this awa.Y P:"rk. Everyone is mv1ted to at- of othe:s, to Del Cheney, coma; Larry Pugs, Kent, and Jon So. 109th St. and Yakima, will hold .Tune 3 a tth" Fern Hill library; 8all in- dam. Queen Carmen will retain the People part1c1palmg. are really fbll U tend this affair. the gernal propnetor of the Parkland Hatt, Graham. . vited. letter for her personal use. It should 1 havmg fun. Some other busmess places One of the highlights of the evening Cycle Shop, whose job it is to see There is still time to enter your its annual Children's Day program at prove of considerable value in the eornpletdy ig?ore the event as :omeThe cor;imcncement exercises ?f the will the Whisker Judging contest th'.'\ you kiddies-have fun on Friday. animals even up to the morning of IO a.m. this Sunday, June 8. years to come. Several 'bids have al-1 thmg. clistractmg: . ·.but that JS the Midland iumor h1g_h school will be accorclrng to Francis Nordyke who lhc parade starts at 12lst and C Saturday, June 7; however, it is urged Children of the Sunday school .will ready been received from stamp col- way ,it goes . . . it nug~t be. well for he!~ at >the sd1ool this ;Thursday) eve- has cha;ge of t~is dance. Mr. Nordyke s.ti:ect_. No entries later that\ 2:15. that ~ntri~s be made immediately. take part in the exercises, songs and lee.tors and other people who collect everyone to let down their hair once m nrng, br gmnmg at 8 o .clock. The pro- has a big evenmg planned for all at- D1v1s1ons are as follow1: MlSS Diana Lutts, of Ortmg high, recitations. John Merrick will .,!!'ive a such things. I hope Carmen secs fit a while and. see what the rest of the gram ~allows: Proccss10naL, Mr. and tending. You are invited, bring your 1. Best Decorated Bicycleshas entered two heifers" to show, in short devotional 1ncssage relative to Wm 11 to ret.ai;i the letter herself. world feels like. Mrs. (,eorg°: Barras: invocation, Rev. friends . . . this is not limited to any a. B'?ys over 12 years, incl. 15. 1 ad~ition to performing her office of the the1nc, 11 VValking With God.)' The quarter finals of the Parklan·cl On,(\mator of this unique idea was It mii;ht be well to point out the Robert Bodm; one group. A good orchestra will play b. Gu·ls over 12 years, incl. 15. Pnnccss of the Jersey show. She will Prairie Mission Sunday school is talent shows, sponsored by Rodger Jack Brown o.f the Times-Journal. The maiii. object of the Roundup is not to Ann Morud; accord10n solo, Bill Hill- as cowboys and ·cowgirls in their c. Boys under 12 years of age. make all presentations of ribbons and non-denominational and is affiliated Lunde post; VFW, will be held on was originally to h'.'vc .been.car- make money. for the busiriess club or I er_; tru.n;pet solo, Speidel; adapparel will slide or othen".ise d. Girls under 12 years of age. troph!es and will reign ?vet· all of the with the American Sunday School Wednesday evening, June 11, at the ued by another orgamzation, but since any other group. but rather to pre- dress, I om Han:lei, v10hn solo, June mampulate themselves across the wide 2. Best Decorated Tricyclesfunctions connected with the show. Union 1 which aids rural Sun tl a y Parkland theater. The feature show that organization was unable to carry sent some activity for the community Cannon; accord10n solo, Rodney Ad- cx·panses of the giant dance pavilion at 3. Best Decorated Pets-Miss Lutts has been making several schools throughout the United States. will start at 7 o'clock, the talent show through at the last minute the Park- and to establish our own community : lcr. Spanaway Lake. b. Boys and girls under 12 years. appearances, together with the Round- Everyone is welco1ne. to follow. 1'1nd Riding Club through Jack. Bro;,,n as a J:!lace that does somethi.ng once in Address, Dolores Larson; .. West. ern modern olcltime and a. Boys and girls over 12 years. up Queen I, on radio and All contestants are winners from took over . . . and the ma.ii w.ill !?o a while .. Other areas present similar duet,. .Joyce Webber Hiller; sq'uare dai;ces will b; on the program 4. Novelty PetsTV, and still has a very busy week the past four shows. First 'prize windone a fme Job m :-vents with outstandmg results. There' accoid,on solo, Leo vh11st1an; state· ,fs neighbors and friends mix, winding Lots ofy11zcs, donated by Parkland . ners are Bob Sin1ons, Stewart Harri- takmg over this iob at the last m!nute is no reason why .our event I n;en_t of grade tip the greatest show ever presented to busmess.firms. . 1he_ Jersel'.' is only a part of Eon, Junior ()wens, Bo.h Starange and and deserves a good deal of credit for J should not develop rnto a similar state,• Nmdmark, piano cno, Ann a·rea residents. . Free ice cream for all entries fur- the bi,o; act1v1t1es of the Parkland Diane Woodley: second prize winners, keeping the project going. Riders of 'which it can with the coopePation of i f easley, JoAn:i Morud and Dolores :\It! l . . rushed by the Parkland Kiwanis club. Round-up, but it is representative of 11 , . . 11 Jean Plcwak, Diane Crot:1clto, Sherry the Parkland Riding Club participat- all concerned. Operating funds are , Larson; Knvams awards. cl •. 't :mg estei;i apparc is m or- Get your mother and father to the third largest industry in Pierce Holmes and Lois Janz; third prize win- ing in the Pony Express are Jack derived from sale of tickets carniv,tl ' Presentation of classes, Albert Reihs; ct i 15 to e pomtfed ohut tfhfa~ you brinp; you out to this parade being county. Dairying provides $2,500,000 , M ac -lo b.rnson (father of the concess1011s · b ' presc t t' f d' I A d come as you · f or you. w"c want you to ' o.f t h e county ,s 'mcome each · · year and !H~rs, \ 7erllclla Grie::;back, Earl Shep- . rnwn, and uttons. . n_ a wn o ,p omas, n r cw may . f are . or ·! t1 c 'a air1. : · PIanne d Just 0 B ard, Carol Richt I. Ferch t ·h and h LeRoy . b h ·Id Queen), Wes 1McKewen, B. F. Fluty Cooperation of County Commission- Christiansen; vocal quartette, Diane aTK c . r. have fun without the interference of there arc '2,500 farms the county 1nond. a.' n s ows ave een c INSURANCE and Dd Cheny. or Harry S rinl·er has been s ,·. d' cl Solkcy, Pat Bannach, Betty Raynor ) ou are_ we come. e pu ic IS m\ ite the older folks. This is your clay . . . performers .of the It is estimated that it will i.n this affalr . . i; is and Cbra Davidson; fare"'.'ell address, and cncourni;ed to attend. anything goes. Music1 prizes arid fun CLAY ROLEY AGENCY to "J •• , ; ' . :'lets_ hau. rndutl- about two !toui:s for the running of the block off certain streets for the al£air Ann Clmton; 9th grade Do.01 pnzes for the .. men and wo'?'- for all the kiddies is 111 store for.you. 98th and Portland Avenue siligmg, rnstrnmental. mu- event, whtch is extremely fast time which Mr Sprinkc. h di, 1 'th l Ann Teasley, accomparnst; beneclic- ."n will be awarded. 11ckets arc availPets by the hundreds will parade GR 8501 ,a m novc 1Y. numbers, prmidu.ig i1> anyone's Jan"·uagc KMO i·s Il}"k- questi.on · r ti a li· tanl ~-< wid oh~ tion, Rev. Robert Bodin; recessional ;able now at most of the business firms clown Garfield street led b)• their 0 {"XCC11ent 1r . t , f oi .·tlie, ct' • · ,':') to c.arry • • u l n \.S. . .o um an 1s M r. an.d Mrs .. George Barras; con-' ·;n • t h c area or you may .get yours '.'t youthful masters. A good ' program has , nd cnterta , . mj·:'i"n portions" of entire crew. , , 1 wo .~1w1i e cxp,c11enc-t, .101 \the event on then~ broadcasts. startinu . •. • . • ·,:. ·,, • : ·;·.· • • . .. <·"' <}hl'. ~9?~. $~turday <:YCn1p.g .. Fu~ 1s been arranged for by Del Cheney ... 1 .graJttla.t;ipns" .aJ-~41C!Jf'.C. 1 1 1 t...ht, l{'"ihfu: c~rn~t-~ur~. . .. _ . . nt about 5:30 on Friday. Tune in fo~ Fr,.wUM -~·1erce School d1stnct, · The tiw?. classes are .listed below: prhnnsed for all ih this gala .windup of a_n. d i.n case you need :more informa,,' ':. . I . 1' " ' rntc'.cs_t< cl. ,i",· :u.ccd _.to announcements , .. 1360 on your dial. t 1 ..0 i 11s Ford and the board, bghth Grade Class Western theme. Ram or shme the big , tton .1ust ,stop in ·and see Del . . he We are proud of our record. out ,i11d cheer f01 then favoute was.; ery kmd to aHo. w tl.1e use of. the Ray Adey, Glenn Alstead, Donald Roundup Dance goes on at Bresemann I can tell you all about the event. By stretching our production orii ·'· n;,,. .. ;,.. p\'bhi° sch;>ol p;rounds fo.r the c::rmval, Anderson, Frances ·Anderson, James Spanaway Park Saturday evening. Fifteen an\i under is the age 'REAL ESTATE - INSURANCE to capacity. no one bas ha<l to JJ lrs'h>fllm111.._. w 11c l ac1.uo.l~y 111?-de it possible to Baskett, Larry Bittner, Jan1es Bois. NOTARY The annual picnic of the Suburban have the carnival s1nc:r {)thcr property ture, Leah 1viay Braclu•nbury 1'1arleave our shop without bread. ROY V. ROSTEDT Study club will be held at the home ownei;s are not always cooperative in ' We hope we may continue to DRESSMAKING ,~~·,."'·-~~ ~ .. ~-o~ ., of Mrs. John Richards ·an Tuesday, allowm.e; the use of their property for 8201 Park Avenue serve you. Buttons and Button Holes Phone HA 2342 June ID, at 12:30 p.m. Mrs. Carl ColImpo>:ted Baby Line ton1 has been appointed to take charge Gifts DR. JOSEPH G. HANSON Phone GR 3330 of thl'. arrangen1ents. She will notify Ostrnpathic Physician the .n1cn1bcrs of the n1cnu and what Pacific Avenue at Airport Road 54370. So. Tacoma Way porl1on each is to bring. 1'he hostet>.s 112 30 Pacific Avenue Odd Fellows Building ·will appreciate it if the'- 111cn1bers \vilJ Hours: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.Each Y e©Jr Moth Dama9e HA 5315 Tacoma 9, Wash. bring their uwn dishes and 8ilvcrwarc.

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·Mostly About Horses By Clarence LaCrosse Here is the show you have been waiting for . . . at least we of the Parkland Ridini:; club like to think that ... the Parkland Roundup Horse show as pri:scntcd by the Parklnnd 1<.iding club should be tops. We have \yorkc<l n1any \Veeks on the event to make it. complete. As you will nole on another page of this paper a complete list of cvenis for the show. Included arc severa I so called "breed" classes which we hope you like. Mr. Fluty nn.d Lary Kirkwood have

The'ten galloi1 hat thaI'Butt McMui:'- the mos.t colorful outfit in the en6re Thursday, June 5,1952 tri<' had on was a gift. trom Tom Mix. state. Each year they make and. design Burt was in his glory with all the their own uniforms. The Lariettes are people and fun at the breakfasts we all !'irl riders who have won much had. acclaim throughout the state and CanSee you all out Saturday at the ada for thc:ir outstanding performance. sho\Y ... and don t forg·Et, the pnrndt~ ~J'he ne\vly graded driJl grounds starts at noon. at 9Gth , and Pacific will help the drills much this yeai'. It Wr are n1orc than fortunate in hav- ~1\TllUt. VVc \Vant you Jn it. \-\'I; really rough 18.st year, hovvcver, ing as our judge, !Zent Erickson, \vho t11rou:.d1 the cooperation of 111any, the is internationally known for his fine Aftel!'llllOOfi ground is now levekd and graded. The work in the horse show business. Kent ":!I · P:nklancl Riding Club members recalls them as he sees them so you had R,arers 8 moved the rocks.' 2x4s - 8 Ft. No. 4 Common. Each 20c , best shine up the old nag good if you _ ""' . · . . Trick horses and riders will appear \Vant to get a ribbon. (.)nc of the aHi~acti~ns of t_hc nftPr- Jon the afternoon progran1 preceding l %"Lattice - 6 Foot ........................................................ Per Foot '1 Y,c \Veekerld Fun noon .program of the 1 arkland Ro;ind.. tlw hrwsi· show which should get: Those attending the outing- of the up. wrll be the rnnmng of the Micro- started about + jn the afternoon. CASH AND CARRY Washington Horsemen when they took lvl rdg'.'t .races by the Mid.get Rc;ctTS There will be no lagging moments in off. in the prairie near Rainier fur !\,~sociation. Several rn!'s a~d riders this year':-.; version of the Parkland three days of· relaxation and fun on w'.11 be on hand to l'.rovide the crowd Roundup. Come out for a day of fun. horseback were more than pleased at with .a go?d show. Little Fa: th Youn.a;, the fine time they h.ad. I had a mar- on.ly.· 6, will be a featured nc!cr rn Lhe PACIFIC AVENUE LUMBER COMPANY velous tin1e however \Vas unable t~ shO\V. . Spcc1ah~1ng in_ Pennane~t ~av1ng, attend the dntirc time. Mac Robi~son The . Sh.eriff's Posse will present Hair Cuttmg and Tmtmg 84TH & PACIFIC AVE. PHO:::z, HL 9515 and family and omsclves got there on an _cxlub1t1011 drill on the show .lots Call for Price on Specials on Satu~rday aftrrr;oon but \VC made up. ~unn.~ t~1.e af~~rnuon . . . prob.ab~}: Permanents for 11, Kent Enckson managed to get' <1bout 2-c.SO,. I h~ Pos:e has won the 11 there after working all night. Satur.- sl.at.e cl;arnp.ions·l· P foi. th~.· l.Jast two WILMA'S BEAUTY SHOPPE day. We had a whale of a time riding years. 1hcy are cc;mpetmg rn the sta:e 11002Y, Pac. Ave. GR 5852 bareback and eating all of Amerigo's meet a.t Elin1; ty1s year. If they wrn spaghetti and wild duck. Crist Kcfflcr tlwy will rcta;n tl.1c pt;rmancnt t1opl!Y thinks there arc a bunch of morons for the state., fheir drill Saturday wrll in the club, but outside of that we had gn·c. the auc~""~cc a :hancc to see a fun. precision urn! 111 act10n. Many lo~a\ Little Jackie Wisc proceeded to men. rrrc members of. the posses, mscarc her mother out of a year's beauty ~Jndmg. E. K. Dorwm, V. R .. S;lk,, sleep when she wcno on the prowl in re.cl McMaken,. Bun Carmrl, I'-e.nt the middle of tlw night , .. yeh, she' r.. nckson,, R. Flrntchum, ~udy Bctlltz 1-5-foot Tub was asleep, but woke up after getting and others of which I don t h:ive ~c . . her fret good and cold. She still don't nam?~ at pres~·nt. You will cn3oy tlus 1-Tmlct with Scat believe she walks in hex sleep. l]Jrt'ClSlOn outfit. .. . l" ·10 B ,• E. K. Dorwin managed to outridc The Tac_oma L.auettes too w1l_l _bc 1- ::ix o asm a dozen or more of tl;c younger set on hanc] w;th !hell' _colorful rcnd1t10n • . . . he wouldn't admit he wa~ tired, 1 of n drrll. l he Lrnl'ttes are peihaps, but I think he was a bit droopy by ~;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;mmmmm~.· the time Sunday night came. The Posse is drilling two nights a week these clays in anticipation ·of Custom Picture Framing some mighty stiffcompelition al Elma . . BR 4327 ... THI!. next Saturday and Sunday when the CU.RRE.NT BR 2030 1004- S. Tacoma Ave.. state Posse n1eet takes place thrrC". RATE . Sec this outstanding group of riders perform at the Parkland Roundup this Saturday. It's time to start thinking about your costume for the June 22nd show of the Washington. Horsemen. Prizes will be given the best costume in the Grand Entry. It's time to do it now. Orville Eveleth sc·cms to he back on earth after taking; a high ride at the Orting sho\v a couple of i.-vccks

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children each day. '• Last year's average attendance was around 100; will that mark be passed this year? Invite your pals, kiddies, and be sure to. be. there. Prizes will be offered for brmgmg others. 4-H Show Entry The Waller Road 4-H Boys' club will h<ive an entry in the spring show of the Pierce County Jersey Cattle club at Parkland Saturday. Jackie Sand of Waller road will enter his registered Jersey heifer. The parade of the cattle is set for 10 a. m. O'Brien-Kulju Ivfiss Jeanne O'Bri!'n, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan O'Brien of 66th and Vickery road, became the bride of Raymond Kulju of La\vlcr, Minn.~ in a quiet ccrc1nony-May 22 at the home of the bride's aunt and undc, Mr. and Mrs. Vaughan Eastman, 5121 So. Prospect St. The marriagc vows were read by Bishop Wayne McMullan of .the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, in the presence of a small group of relatives . and friends. For her wedding-, the bride chose an ensemble of royal blue velvet with white accessories. Her corsage of lilic8 of the valley was centered with a white orchid. Her sister and brotherin-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Weeks Jr., were the only attendants. Mrs, Weeks wore a navy blue suit with vvhitc accessories and corsage· of white Dutch iris. Mrs. O'Brien wore a beige crepe dress; her flowers were yellow Dutch iris. The reception was held. 'in the Waller Road community hall after the wedding, a large group of friends

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gathering there to wish the young .couple well: The reception table \vas centered with a beautiful bouquet of roses, the special gift of Mr. and Mrs. ~esley Rottoms. Other flowers used m the dining hall were also from their gardens. Serving· at the coffee urn was Daphne Yoder; at the punch bowl was Nellie McCann, assisted by Mrs. Verne Fogle; cutting the wedding cake, Mrs. H a r v e y Weeks Jr.; in charge of the gift table, Mrs. John Doyle and.Mrs. Bud Larsen; in charge of the guesL book, Donna Eastman, The young people arc now at home a I I 121 So. I St., in Tacoma. Several shO\l\'ers '"'ere given in honor of the bride. a 'recent one having been held at Waller Road hall by the Grang-e auxiliary. Many lovely gilts were received for the new home.

Midland Junior Hi Graduation (Continued from Page One) lcne .Brooks, Valerie Davis, Jan et DcMars, Lynne Dillon, Roger Ellison, Janice Evans, Dclwin Foster, Dale J<:owler, Joanne Gangidino, 11ichael Gehri, Lynne Gerard, Barbara Hall, Ronald Halls; Patricia II arm on, Monty Hintze, Marjuric Huver. Wendell Jensen, Edwin Kimber, Virginia Kincaid, Patricia Lctvficux, Dale Lipke, Sandra Little, William Martin, Lloyd Marvik, Diane McPherson, Fred McPherson, Ronald Morucl, Marlene Nordmark, Myrli N orflcct, John Nute, Robert Reed, Wynona Recd, Gary Reese, Marcilyn Robinson. Jack Seaburg, W a y n c Shilling, Frank Siclorski, Marjorie Simpson, Nancy Smith, Ray Smith, Ella Sorg, Myron Speidel, Phyllis Speidel, Roscoe Starkweather, Betty Steinbock, Myrna Teasley, Arnold Thompson, Lorraine Tomlinson, Conrad Torkelson, Marjorie Ud<l, Lynn Webber, Janl't Weir, Ronald Williams, Gerald Wilson, Fred Zook. Ninth Grade Class Rodney A cl 1 c r, Michael Anglea, Richard. Arneberg, Richard Baughn, Patricia Burkett, June Cannon, Leo Christian, Ann Clinton, James Collins, Larry Cook, Carol Cooper, Joanne Cottcnham, Paul Craig, Clara Davidson, Bonita Deck, Janet Deuel, Sharron Eshpcter, Lou Fisch, Patrick Gehri, Marie Guizzetti. Thomas I-Iansler, William Hiller, Arlene .Jackson, Thomas Jensen, Doris Johann, Raymond Kuljis, Delores Larson, Robert Malone, Wallace Mann, Dennis Morrison} Joanne Morud, Geral!;l Mount, Jan1cs Neumann, Glenna Parriott, Gordon Peters, Betty Raynor, Ruth Recd, Norman Reger, Gerald Rubinson, Gerald Rody. Albert Shafer, D i a n n e Schrag, Gloria Sichl, Albert Smith, Patricia Smith, Robert Smith, Gerald Solkey, Diane Solkcy, Marline Spearman, Edward Speidel, Norman Spencer, Beverly Spragg, Gaylcn Spragg, Donald Squires, Ann Teasley, Karyn Thornton, Adeline Torkelson, Joyce Webber, David W elsh,.~harles Wright.

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Noon Saturday the ,giant cavnlcade of \Vcstc-rn ridcrsi horses, buggies, cartsi floats, bands, bugle corps, and what have you will swing into action as the State Patrol gives the "Go Ahead sign to the official parade which will attract thousands of visitors and spectators frou1 far and near. Hundreds of horSt'8 and riders arc all ready ararin' at the 'bit tb start. The Pierce County Sheriff's Posse comprised of over 25 of the top riders and horses of the county will be on h~1nd wjth their charging n1ounts, brilliant gleaming uniforms and glittering flags as they head their prancing 111ounts south\\i·a.rd on Pacific avcnuG toward Garfi..Jd street where the offi4 cial reviewing- stand will be. Captain Roy Nystrom riding- Stormy Rex, his µalon1ino n1ount, \vill lead his riders in the pmcession. The posse will also ~ivc a precision drill dc1nonsti~ation on the afternoon program which will be tops. The Tacoma Lariettcs, an all-girl exhibition team will'have their brightest uniforms and their brightly curried horses out in full force for the parade and afternoon show. The Lariettcs are well known in show circles. Of special interest to Parkland people will be the four local fire trucks in the parade, the oldest one first, others in order, with a placard giving the year bought. At the. Monday evening of the Parkland Volunteer fire· men, J ohnnic Smidt was voted Parkland's No. 1 Citizen for his very fine service to the fire department and the community. He was 1nadc honorary chief for Saturday and will ride in the new truck for the parade. Many people are entering buggies and carts in the parnde as well as oldtimc autos . . . anything goes, the bigger the better. It is not necessary to register if you don't want to. The only reason we asked for cntr,ics was to get Rn idea as to participation and in or~ der .to schedule the parade a bit. The

The regular meeting of the Community club will be held Thursday, .Tune 12, at the Canyon Road Community hall, 80th and Canyon road, at 8 p. m. After the business me1'ting, an informative film and talk regarding cancer will be presented and should be of interest lo all adults. Since we are very fortunate in having this important film shown in our community, all adults and their friends are urged to attend. The usual ,o,ood refreshments wil be served after the program.

Grand Entry. Drill exhibition by Junior Division of Parkland Riding Club, Adelyn · Wickline, Drill Master. I-OPEN JUMPING Trophy and Ribbons to 5 places. To be shown over. a course of jumps about 3' 6'" and over. Performance only to count. 2-PALOMINO CLASS Trophy and Ribbons to 5 places. To be shown at walk, trot and cantt:r or lope, or ;ls judge may direct. To be judged on pcrfon11ance and manners 5 0%,, conformation 25 % , color 25% (silver not permitted). 3-ROAD HACK CLASS (ENGLISH) Trophy and Ribbons to 5 places. To be shown with a loose .rein at a flat-footed walk, trot, extended trot, easy canter and gallop. Must stand quietly when rider dismounts and mounts, backs readily. Tobe judged on pcr(ormancc, substance and manners 4-.SACK RACE (OPEN) Ribbons to 5 places. Run to designated point, dismount, get into sack, lead horse to finish .line. 5-.MORGAN CLASS Trophy and Ribbons to 5 places. To be shown at walk, trot, extended trot, canter and hand gallop. To be judged on performance, quality and manners. English or Western equipment. 6-PARADE HORSE , Trophy and Ribbons to 5 places. To be shown ati a flat-footed walk and parade gait (silver not permitted). 7-.-HORSEMANSHIP (16 years and under) Trophy and Ribbons to 5 places, To be shown at a walk, trot, canter or lope, or as the judge may direct. To be judged on seat, hands, and general horsemanship. 8-.BAREBACK RELAY RACE (Teams of 4 men{;:md 1 horse) Ribbons to 5 places. . · 9-MATCHIED PAIRS (Western) Ribbons to 5 places. To be shown at a walk, trot and canter. To be judged on uniformity of horses and riders' attire. IO-ARABIAN COSTUME CLASS Trophy and Ribbons to 5 places. Horses to enter ring at a gallop, then to be show11 at a walk, canter, extended hand gallop both ways of ring or as judge may request. 11-POLE BENDING (Teams of 4) Ribbons to 5 places. To be judged under W. S. H. rules. 12-MUSlCAL CHAIRS Ribbons to 5 places. ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED UNTIL 3 P. M. at the show grounds. ~Mrs. Larry Kirkwood and Mrs. Ruby La Crosse, secretaries

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JUNE 5, 1952 (VOL. 7, NO. 38)

WOODLAND NEVJS Barbara Cordes-5-2511

Graduates' Banquet

Speakers for the evening were Clarence Otto, chairman of the board of directors, and Mr. Hoggatt, 8th grade tead1er. E<l<lic Burrell, class historian, presented a . clever brief history on e:ach r.lass 1ne1nbcr.

Members of the 8th E;rade gradurrtin.11' class at Woodland held thcjr annual graduate banquet last Wednesday niE;ht at the school. The table drcorations were spring flowers, .snowballs and peonies, with red and white strca.n1Crs carrying out the class colors, rer.1 and white. Unique place cards were made for each graduate. These were made of pipe dcancrs dressed to represent a graduate. Master of ccrcM n10111cs was C 1 ass President l\1ary 'fen1plin. 'fhe welcoming adchTss \Vas p,iv«n by Bobby Williams and the prayer was led by Mrs .. E. C. Allen.

Members . of the graduating class .presented the Woodland Preschool a $10.00 gift donation to be used for the nc\v kindergartc~n. 1"his year's class consists of 20 boys and 16 girls; and approxin1ately 125 students, parents, school board 1nc:n1bers and guests attended. Following the dinner a movie was shown.

In char«>;c of the kitchen were Sally Johnson and Flora Lester, assisted by the following 7th grade mothers: Mesdan1cs Dave (2uicrric:, FI:irry I~Icll, 7.clla ·Haworth, Amanda Johnson, Bill 'Westman, Hank Ferwarda, Richard

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Godwin, Chester Burgess, William Keller, Jessie Vanlleck and June Lee. Ricky Johnson ably assisted as errand boy for the clay. Final for Preschool Woodland Preschool met last Monday evening at the school for the final meeting of the year. President J cw cl Fox presided over the business 1ncL:ting which consisted of plans for the opening of kindcr.[\'artcn t h i s fall. Cards will be sent out in the latter ]Jart of the su1nn1cr lo notify parents where and when to register their child. Following the meeting, Mrs .. John Hoffman and Mrs. Ben Ruhl served rcfrcshn1cnts. • Homccraft Club I-Iomceraft dub met last Wednesday at the home of Mrs. llud Root with Mrs. Harold Konschuh and Mrs. Karl Cordes assisting hostesses. President Mrs. Bud Root presided over the regular business niecting which followed the luncheon. Present \Vere Mcsda1ne_s .Russell Tucker, Kenneth Keil, Harold Hanson, Howard Tarcply, Joseph Heil, James Litton, Earl Goodner, Harry Lee, Louie Ward, Robert Ward, Shelby Tucker, Clara Cook, Warner Cuffman, Bell Jordan, Ernie Templin, Don Ray, Oscar Root and Elmer Andrain. Many at School Picnic Two hundred and Hsornc" tired, but very pleased, children and parents enjoyed the annual school picnic last Saturday. The picnic was held this year at the Tacoma Sportsman's club on Clover creek an<l the children took full advantage of the opportunity to swim, fish, hike, eat and play ball. The P-TA wishes to thank the officers and members of the Sportsman's club for extending the use of picnic facilities and therefore making the day a success. Graduates Galore G.raduation is doubling up on some

n1e1nhers of thr: con11nunity and on one it is tripling itself. Tfit'"Wesley Williamscs will be glad when graduation days are "here and gone" for Robby Williams will gnidunte from Woodland, Lynn Williams from Puyallup high and Julie Ann Williams will gradualc

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College of Education at Ellensburg. The Harrv I-Iillars have Deanna Hillar from Wo~dlancl nd Esthr:r from Puyallup high. Mr. and Mrs. Clancy Moore will sec llryec leave Woodland anrl Slwila lr'avc Puyallup high. Mr. and Mrs. Orin Stagci' will watch Chuck and Shirley graduate here at Woodland and Mr. and Mrs. Dun Spencer will watch their son Don graduntc here at \Voodland \vhHe another son, Stan, will graduate frorn high school in Califomia. Mr. and Mrs . .J, W. Burell have two sons gradEddiP fro111

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man, KriH Berg, Dwight Haclge and tered to homes of their own. The Ernan Spencer out of school. Gaulon Lyons home is at 616-1- East "E" St. Mr. Lyons is especially happy to Berg and Terry McLean have ha<l open his shop in the friendly 84-th chickenpox. and Pacific district, where other- business firn1s are giving him a warm welcome in his new venture. A man with clever hands usually enjoys "fixing things"-·--nnd usually does a fine job. Distinct Styling Durin,11' 3 7 years as a professional chef, Dave Lyons has dreamed of opLaCROSSE PRINTERS erating a repair shop and after selling the Do.'\ House cafe he is all .set to do GROUP ONE the work he has always hoped for. Open this week is Dave's Fix-It Shop at 84 JO Pacific avenue, with Dave Lyons already up to his neck in all sorts of repair jobs. His floor is covered with ailing radios, vvashipg 1nachincs, electric ranges, etc., and Mr. Lyons is so busy fixing things that EXCHANGE he hardly stops to eat. He is making his hobby of a lifetime pay off, using Gas at Competitive Prices the very complete line . of modern equipment which he has installed . Lyons i:.; a vrteran of World War II, along with his three sons, all enAirport Road & J St. listing at the same time. All returned , 18 Y cars in Parkland home safdy aud the sons have scat-

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EWARD NOTICE IS H.EREllY .Given tlrnt a REWARD of Fifty ($50.00) Dollars· will be paid by Pierce Cr>tmty for information leading to t)1c arn.:st and conviction oi anyone guilty of dcfacjng, destroying or rc1nov.ing any signs placed or erected hy any officer or agent of Pierce <-~ounty.

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9 acres. 2-beclrm. home, gar., chick5 acres. 2-bcdrm. home needs minor en hse., small barn. On hard-surrepairs. Gar., chicken hsc., 120' faced highway, 1 blk. to store, drilled well, all fenced. A good school, bus at door. Close to good valtw. Only $3,500. hunting and fishing. $3,500, .$500 down.

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RAY GOGAN FOR RENT One- ancl 2bcdroom LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION houses on J:l8th St., $35 and $"15. General landscaping service new GR YJIO. 10p38 lawns, peat soil, topsoil, shrubbery, NE:\R McCHORD on Military road, rockerics. 10% down, 30 months to modern furnish~d home, 1 Y2 bcdpay. GR. 3I27. 3ctf ruolJls, fi rep hi cc, service porch, gaRUTUVATING, blade work; no job rage. $55 including utilities., garden too wiall. W. L. Lewis, GR 7492. in, facilities for chickens, GR H:131. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _3ctf _ _ _ _ _ _1_0p38 PARKLAND new furnished 2-bcclMAYTAG - l'RIGIDAIRE roorn duplex; JU minutes from McBENDIX Service Headquarters C:hurd; excellent location; no pets; Any Make Wringer Type infant child acceptable. Phone GR Guaranteed Used Washers 'l078, GR 6047. 10c38 For Scile VINCENT'S SERVICE FOR RENT--Unfurnishcd house, 2 HA 3097 bedrooms, tile kitchen, large front 5620 South Tacorm Way 3ctf yard. Bus stops on corner of lot. Close to schools. 2101 So. Sprague, HOUSE MOVING; leveling; foundaHA 6660. l O-c38-c2 tions; cement work; free estimates. PR 2653. 3etf FOR RENT--Furnished 2-room cottage, newly decorated, suitable for bachelor or couple. $25 month, including lights, water. GR 8107, HOUSEKEEPER wanted for elderly 10105_ Pacific Ave. 10p38 man, m sui11conc lo slay nights. GR ' 5970 or GR !3156. 5 LOCAL wonwn to work at refresh: ment stand at Bresemann Parle Sec Mrs. Bi•cseman at the park. 5c38 EARN EXTRA CASH - addressing PARKLAND WESTERN AUTO postals at home. Write Lowell Press Airport & Pacifit? GR 3112 Co., Muncie, Indiana. 5c38 RELIABLE girl or woman under 40 for housework and child care; live FOR RENT----2- and 3-room modern in; evenings and weekends free. PR cottages and apartments; all utili6984, 4121 No. 19th. 5c38 ties paid; laundry facilities; $60 to $75 per month. Oakland Court, inside city limits. HA 9688. lOctf LOST-Gray female Scottie terrier, PARKLAND-I-bedroom apartment, 9 years old; answers to name Jan. furnished, $52.50; 2-bedroom partly Call GR 3172. 6c37 furnished, $57.50; utilities paid. GR LOST somewhere on Collins Road, 7794. 10p40 Eastman 620 folding camera. Re- ROOMS for rent, near college. GR ward. Kent Erickson, GR 7750. 350'1. 10p38 6c38 UNFURNISHED HOUSES LAKEWOOD. 3-beclroom brick rambler nnr;e refrigerator garage CASH for equities. Fife Motors, 5026 Ne,;ly dc~:o;·atcd. $ioo p~r ~nonth: So. Tacoma Way. HI. 9241. 8ctf LAKEVIEW VILLAGE. 2 bedrooms, carport, electric range included. $60 RADIATORS, scrap iron, junk cars per month. and batteries. Puy. 5-214: 1. Hecker, FURNISHED HOUSE the Wrecker. 8ctf LAKEVIEW VILLAGE. Modem, 2 bedrooms, carport. Near McC:horcl. USED FURNITURE. Also generous $75 per month. Call Mr. Haines, PR trade-in allowances and bank terms. Hi75, Ward Smith, Inc., BR 5Hi6. Parkway Furniture, I+ 1st & Pacific. GR. 3941. 8ctf POULTRY WANTED, any amount. Weighed and paid for on farm. Free FOR SALE-2 houses, 1 3-bcdroom, 1 2-bcdroom, modern .. improvements, culling to your advantage.· Highest both for $6,000. GR 354 l. 9p38 prices paid. No obligation. Just call WANTED us first, HA. 57!)1 or write P. 0. Box 866, Tacoma. 8ctf Homes in Parkland tlomm:anify; SPOT CASH Acreage close in, either with or with· For Your Used Furniture out buildings. 1 Piece or House Full Block's Furniture Mart 8205 So. Tacoma Way LA. 2882 11220 Pacific Ave. Office-Days, GR 3341 Evenings, YU. 9221, LA. 30GG FOR RENT-Newly decorated modAgent for American Express ern 3-room complr-tdy furnis!lt'd Money Orders house; no pets; $50. HI 5119. 10p'l8 MIDLAND FOR RENT-2 rooms and bath fur- 2 BEDROOMS down with large unnished house; no· drinkers; adults finished upstairs. Fireplace. Full only. Churches, stores, buses near. basement. double garage. Will take 8622 So. D, GA 9260. 10c38 smaller home in trnde. Call Mr. l'OR RENT-Lovely large modern Harmon, GR 3624· or GR 6896. apartment, comfortably furnished; 9c38 all utilities paid except electricity; FOR SALE by owncr-2-bcclroom convenient to McChord. 7431 A St. modern home, living room, kitchen HA 4965. 10c38 and dinette; automatic o.il heat, ga" -j FOR RENT - 2-bedroom modern rage, 7 fruit trees, berries and garhomc1iri Roy. GR 3541. 10p38 den. $6,000. GR 5165. 9c38

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E. M. HAMILTON PLUMBING GRanite 8905 GARDEN SERVICE ROTO TILLING Lawn rebuilding, fertilizing, top soil, dressing maintenance. GA. 5885. HI. 2722. - ·. 3ctf JOE'S Tractor Service. Rotovating. GR S9:12. 3ctf ACE SEPTIC TANK SERVICE 0. B. Ackley, owner. Septic. tanks cleaned, contents hauled a w a y. GR. 4343 or GR. 5539. 28tf WE BJJILD HOMES, remodel; level buildings; concrete work. Reasonable. GR 3550.-3ctf.

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SUBURBAN REALTY ~PANA WAY - 3 BED!lOOM~ OT\ 1 FLOOR. Irnmcd1'.1tc posscss10n. Excellent t1'rms. P11ccd at only ~; 1,950. Call Mr. Inloes, GR 362'1 or HA 254 7. _ , , $'.lOO DOWN . ON 1 HIS snwllcr l -bcdroom home. Wired 220. :3 level lots. Priced at $2,700. Call Mr. Harmm, GR 3624 or HA 25+7. Ccill Mr. Harmm, GR 362+ uy GR GB96. 3 ACRES BUILDING si~cs, 208 f~et on 133rd St. Good soil. Exccpt10nal buy at $1,750. ~~all Mr. Inloes, GR 3624 or HA ... ::i+7. PARKLAND 2-BEDRqOM home about 3 years old. Attractively . dcco~atcd, hardw<?od floors. auto. floor furnace, Venetian blinds, curtains and drapes, chrom.c kitchen set. Full price $7,4·50. Call Mr. Hannm GR %2+ or GR 6896. CLOVER CREEK SCHOOL DIST. I 0 ACRES of very good soil· and has spring well. J;Iouse has basement and is a very good house. Exceptional valur; at $5,000. Terms. Call Mr. Inloes, GR 3624 or HA '254 7. PRICE REDUCED FOR QUICK sale. Five-room house ,on ~ lots .. Go~d sod. D'i'uble garage" !·~ll pn~c $5._902, $_70? ~~wn. ¥all Mr. Smith, GK .)62+ or GK 416-.

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TO BUY OR SELL YOUR HOME CALL BR 5166 WOULD YOU LIKE TO TRADE YOUR EQUITY IN YOUR present home toward the down payment on a new 3-bedrm. rambler with full bsmt.; hdw. floors, fireplace and att. garage in Lakewood? 0-18. CALL BR 5166 TODAY for appointment to see these NEW BEAUTIES. SOUTH TACOMA - $7,950 DON'T LET j:his price fool you, thrs. is a good buy. 6 mo. old, 2-bedrm.; hdw. floored bungalow, very attractive and excellent construction. Att. garage. 4·-pc. tile bath, excellent auto. oil furnace, fully insulated. Built FHA. 2 blocks to school. Owner leaving state. Don't miss this. A109. Mr. Harned, BR 7542 or BR 5166. , RAMBLER WITH CREEK ONLY $6,950 for this roomy 6-rm. rambler located on % acre with Flett Creek at rear. Fireplace, fi.uit trees, etc., so call now. W-278. Mr. Wheaton, PR 4821 or BR 5166. LOW DOWN PAYMENT 4·-BEDRM. family home in 40th and Pacific Ave. dist. Large living rm. with fireplace, dining rm.; dbl. plurnbing, garage. Paved street, all improvements ·in. A real buy at $7,950. B-9:1. Charlie Landis, HA +274 or BR 5166. HANDY TO McCHORD-FT. LEWIS OWNER to Eucom .. 4-yr. old shake bungalow. 2 bcdroms.; hdw. floors, L-shapcd living-dining rm.; nice kitchen, separate utility rm.; good heating system, large garage on alky. Also includes ELECTRIC RANGE, REFRIGERATOR and AUTO. WASHER for only $8,500. G. I. equity ava.ilablc. Hurry on this one. K-1 O+. ·Mr. Koski, HA 7952 or BR 5166. SOUTH 12TH AND ADAMS $8,750 - see this value. 10-yr. ofd bungalow in excellent location. 3 nice bcdrms.; cab. kitchen, clinrttc, utility. 2-car garag. c. 1.'-54.. George Tibbits SK 2786 or BR 5166. NORTH E>l. ]). .· . $6,950, $875 down. Lovely 2-bcdrrn. h?mc only 2 yrs. old. Cor. location, picture windows in living rm.· cah. kitchen with nook. Locatcd.at,5102 North 27th near Mont Downing school. A r~al value. M-267. Mi~. Moore, MA +755 or BR 5166. PARKLAND - $6,950 2-YR. OLD bungalow with 2 beclrms.; fireplace, auto. washer, steel cab. '.<itchcn, 4-pc'. tile; bath, living-dinmg rm. combmatwn. Owner trans. fcrrcd, will sell equity reasonably, balance on 4y2 % interest. Mo. payments only $50, taxes and insurance included. A-121. Mr. Harned, BR 75't2 or BR 5166. CHECK THESE BUYS! W-276. 3 bcdrms.; south end, only $4 950. W-2G7. 88th and Park, $7,500, 2 bcclrms, W-280. 3-bcdrm. rambler near StanIcy school. For details nn above call Mr. Wheaton' PR 4821 or BR 5166. 38TH STREET DISTRICT OWNER has to sell, will take car as down peyment. 2-bedrm. bnngalow, large kitchc_n, separate di~ing rm., full bsmt. with cab. type Ju-pressure oil heating pl~nt. 2-car garage, overhead doors will he put on by seller. Lot 75x120. FHA appraised at $8,250. Go bv 3621 South Asotin then call Mr: Koski, HA 7952 0 {, BR 5166. K-102. 96TH AND WALLER ROAD $9,950-Sign on property. Lovely 2bedroom modern home, only 6 years old. Y, acre fine soil. Large garage with laundry room. Radiant heat, shake exterior. A fine property. L126. Mr. Moore, MA 4.755 or BR 5166.

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MILK COWS, sold on terms. GamQUARTERMASTE ' · mon, Rt. 3, Box 703, Tacoma; 4 ' R HARBOR miles south of Summil.-,-l 3ctL BEACH ~I~ME, furnished, no bank, large hvmg room, f1rcplacc, hath, $3,950. Low ;:Jown payment will han~le. Mr. E. A. Peterson, SK WE DEMONSTRATE evenings and weekends on your ground. We oil 14-1 J, or Mr. Imeson, PR 0081. and adjust and deliver new Merry NEARLY AN ACRE Tillers to your door at no extra cost. NEW 3-BEDROOM bungalow, very Briggs & Stratton or Clinton ennice with hardwood and birch trim. gines. Tillers for rent. Don Arthur Oil heat and garage, in excellent Distributors. the original Merry suburban district. Over I,200 square Tiller dealer; Arthur W. Dahlberg. feet on one floor at only $9,950, Call PR 1800. 13ctf FHA terms. Mr. Cleary, PR 4·668, or Mr. Imeson, PR 0081. OHOP VALLEY - 40 ACRES BEEF OR SHEEP HAY ONLY $8,000; house has 3 bedrooms, large living room, large cab. kitchen and bath; wired 220. A-1 spring water system, elec. pump, large ba~·n, garage and machine ·shed; chicken house; 30 acres excellent soil de a reel in valley; buildings need DEAD STOCK REMOVED WITHsome repair. Excellent buy if you OUT CHARGE. Highest prices know good land when you see it. paid for tallow, hides, grease and Owner will consider Tacoma and bones. PUGET SOUND RENDERvicinity property in exchange or ING WORKS. Phone LAkewood small apartment setup. Mr. Lemm, 2434. · 13ctf BR 5291. FOR SALE-Holstein heifer; cream $400 DOWN separator; rabbits. Phone Puyallup NICE 2-bedroom bungalow with 5-5068. l 3p38 hardwood floors; near Pacific aveROTOTILLING nuc, payments like rent. Mr. Imeson, PR 0081, or Mr. Cleary, PR WORK guaranteed. Tom Schuster, HA 9421. 13ctf 4·668. POULTRY FARM FOR SALE-125-gal. Butane tank; 40 FINE ACRES with poultry houses 4Y2 H. P. M & E Rotavator; bucks, for 1,800 layers, lots of range and docs and young rabbits; hutches. brooder houses; 4·-stanchion cow 13p38 815 So. 64th, HI 3797 ham, lovely 2-bedroom with full FUR SALE-200 Parmenter pullets ba,cment, guest size dining room, 15wccks old, $2 each. Rt. 11, Box spa:'c for 2 more bedrooms in floored 51'1, Vickery Road, GR 7506. I3p38 attic. Mr. Imeson, PR 008.1 or Mr. JOE'S Tractor Service. Sotovating. Peterson, SK 14-13. Complete tractor work:· GR 5932. tf 1 ACRE VERY GOOD VALLEY soil, 3-bed- GRAY Chinchilla buck rabbit; 1951 room home with full basement; autoChev, convertible. GR 8055. 13p39 omatic air conditioning furnace, FOR SALE-Tomato plants, 2 feet automatic hot water, wired 220; high, potted; hot peppers; cabbage; garage. A goorl buy at $7,950. Mr. cauliflowers; lettuce; celery. 6838 Peterson, SK 1413. So. J St. 13p39 8 ACRES BEAUTIFUL building sites, $1,.500 FOR SALE-:;-100 New Hampshire pullets, 15 weeks old. Will sell all or clown, b'.ilanc.'e on contract, go. od. any part. Will deliver. 1030 East terms. Lights and water availahle. 1'.k38 63rd, GA 2011. This won't last so call Mr. Carlson FOR SALE-I disc for Sears garden right away, HA 4768. tractor. Call GR 8525. 13p38 , . SUBURBAN NEW 3-l}['droom ramblcF, large cab- FOR SALE-One registered milking inct kitchen, tile bath, automatic Shorthorn bull. Phone Graham oil heat, utility room, attached ga7-7684. 13p39 rap;c, close to bus, store, sch~ol. FOR SALE-Fryers, 35c lb., live Will' go G. I. E. A. Peterson, SK weight; 43c lb. New York dressed; 1413. . also New Hampshire pullets, 9 weeks GRAHAM, 5 ACRES, I-BEDROOM old, $1.10 each; 13 weeks old, $1.+5 HOME - $3,500 each. GR 3304. 13c38 HO~fE is new and ni~c!y furnished, is TRACTOR WORK, leveling and hay wucd 220,-automalic water heater; cutting. GR 7702. 13ctf con.crctc; foundation, located on rnam highway. $1,000 clown, bal. FOR SALE-1,200 Parmenter pullets, 17 weeks. Phone Summit Feed Co., contract. Mr. Ler~1m, BR 5291. GR 7136. 13c38 WILL 1 RADE OLDER HOME in very good shape· duplex possibilities. 2 large lots' fruit trct's, garage ati'd workshop'. WORK -·- Rough . carpentering, meWant 2-bcdroom house on 2 to 5 chanical repair or gardening. Phone acres. Total price, $7,250. c·all Mr.' Graham 7-781'0. 14c39 Carlson on this, I-IA A: 768. CHILD'S care, my home, licens(:d. FIRCRJ:<:ST Skyline Terrace district. PR 1160. HERE'S a nice brick Cape Cod with l'ktf 2 bedrooms down and space up for . . 2 more. Hardwood floor:> and oil LIGHT housekccpmg or child care heat, and priced to sell at $8,950. - wanted. Rt. l, Box 9L-A, Roy. 14·p38 Mr. Cleary, PR 4668, or Mr. Ime-· CHILDREN'S. NURSERY 7 Family s~n,P~R 09~L, , stylc;_cd~~atumal toys; tramed per: ::! HUMl~S, 42 ACRES - $10,500 sonnel. GK. b682. 14ctt S.ITUATED in a sportsman's paradise, CHILD CARE-Wish to do child southern ranch t~p.c home has. 4 care in my own home. GR. $503. !1cdrooms, large .hvmg room, elm· 14ctf mg room, also dmettc, lovely cabinct J;itchcn, 3-pc. bath, wired· 220, lSC.e aneOUS laundry room, veranda that runs the UNFINISHED furniture. Hag g's, full lcn,e;th of house, nice fand1107 Market Street. 15ctf scapcd yard with oodles of flowers SCRATCH PADS-Get them at Laand shrubs and evergreen trees. Crosse Printers and TIMES-JOURSecond house has 3 bedrooms and NAL office, 25c lb. Convenient bath, wired 220; rented at this time. pads and sizes. 15ctf Large barn, chicken hou~c, lots of fruit and berries. Owner will carry UPLAND WOOD, 2 cords $12. GR contract. Mr. Lcnim, BR 5291. 3306. 15ctf LINCOLN DISTRICT BABY FURNITURE, new. and used. HOME OR DUPLEX . THIS FINE AMERICAN Golomal SMALL FRY EXCH., 1109 Market. 15ctl home . lws 4· bedrooms, . doul~ plumbrng, foll basci!1~nt with l~ot 11 y• y• :-rater heat; lovely hvmg an~! elmmres .. ires .. ires rng rooms a1:d modern lll'.W kitc~en, Buy, Sell and Exchange also extra kitchen up. And pnccd Quality Recapping &. Vulcanizing to sell quick at $9,750, terms as low ~~i i 1 ~~.0 ?,i{1 ~},~~0 Mr. Cleary,, PR LA YING OR FRYER SETUP 220 Puyallup Ave., Tac. BR. 1888 TRADE h MODERN 5 b d · '.. ' .. - c .room omc, 1ov~1Y WANTED - Chickens and rabbits. Call us before you sell. Cape's Poul!argc cabmct .kitcl:e~, separate d~ntry Market, 7036 Pacific Avenue, mp;.. room, .nice l!vmg room with f' . b . · . . . Tacoma, Wn. GA. 4406. 15ctf 11cp 1ace, rncc ain, 2-cm garage, t'J't. h ·1 . ,d u i J ) ousc, pump 10usc an egg BEARDED IRIS-Select now while room, 3 large chicken houses and 6 blooming or write for price list. . . f A.1 ·1 W'll cl f . acres 0 soi· l tra .c oi Connelly Iris Garden, 1012 2nd southeast Tacoma prop~rty with Y,2 Ave. N. W., Puyallup, Wash .. 15p38 acre or more; South H1fl, Puyallup p II M L BR r. or ..:.1J'.a..~l=!-., L ,~n;_i:.1.1~~~ :> 291 · FOR A NEW BUILDING or to re1oof the old, why r~Ot put 011 the CrI'\.,""\rJI\l\'1 •tu f-\t._.d\.rJu best long-life cedar shingles and 2-BEDROO:M home, space for more, · l.ovc 1y ca l' • save time and money. They don't a II om~ fl. oor; imct Jotchcn blow off or sweat. Our extra thick a;1d drnctte; cute bathroom; large No. 1, 24" can be laid up to 10-in. !Jvmg room, large. hay storage, exposure. We also make 16" and barn, also good nnlk barn; 2-car 18" shingles. Mil'I price or delivered. gar_agc and tool room, ·pump house, Ohop Lake Shingle Mill, P. 0. Box f~mt r?om,. located ,o~ _Puyallup353, Eatonville, Wash. 15c38 Eatonville highway. 1his JS a honey for beef, sheep, horses or could go FOR SALE - Have four 2-room grade A. Mr. Lemm, BR 5291. one 4-room, to be moved; player piano. Phone GR

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M. b .. T . . R .. _. . . B · cl 1 TacAna ea1 .t.slaJR 4 99 aci 1c venue · $6,950 3 BEDROOMS one floor comb. livine; and din. i'.m., very n'ice kitchen, wired 220, dinette, 3-pc. bath, utility room, cement fdn., garagG, 1 block to bus. V cry clean. Call Ralph Decker, HI 4706. LOW DOWN PAYMENTS $200, $400, $600, $800, $1,200 and $1,600 on good clean G. I. equities. If you have a little money and wish SMITH 1 a good home priced right, call me • and I might have what you want. Member Tacoma Real Estate Board Lovely, we1l built nearly new home, 109 South 10th Street BR 5166 hardwood floors throughout. In- p eludes nearly new electric range and rcfr., auto. Bendix washer. $1,200 dn., $50 per mo. Call Rex Rector, HI 8344. I also handle rentals. 3-B EDROOM rambler, ;i~arly new, 1arge lot, separate dmmg . room, C. auto. hot Wfl:tcr heat, wall-to-wall rug. Located rn Puyall11p, connected 'to sewer. Priced right. Call Jo.fr. 6311 McKinley Ave. GA. 0365 Peterson GR 31 H o~ HI 84·28. n d "'5"0 D(')W' N • I mmc. . d'rntc . possession, . · M em b er. T acoma R ea I E state ,,oar ·P· .1 .. , t 1 ,cl . I· I t . cl I wo Jc rooms, <1rge .o' goo ocaFOR SALE-Low clown payment· 2l ti on Call Mr Has ·h GR 7139 or b ccl room I10me, Iarf\c I ot. ryn ~~ . ·. · · ' t. ·' ' 9c38 HI M28. Tanglewood, HI 807b. - .- - ·· . - ··----------··· - PARKLAND. $450 down 2 bedrooms FOR SALE-19 acres, partly cJe:ircd. auto. washer nice lot immediate; Newly decorated modern furnished · C •11 TI 1 (')'B · GR th possession. .a. r e en ncn, h --~rn~3,_nJe_w,, ".~P,i_~c:_· 1;_'~ j __ ga~~g.c; 3558 or HI 8428 or GR .5469. wuuu~ucu, t:.. t."!H.t~1u;q uuu;o,c-..,? uu .1u. NEW Lal<c,vood. 3 bedrooms large excellent conclit10n. Approximately . · f' · 1 '10 01 ·-. 1 1ivme; · I75 laymg · h ens. N car C"l. over C rec I{ room l!'cp ace, au heat; large Iot, excellcul location. school and store. $5,700. GR 8195. Call Mr.LPctcrson GR 31 ]4. or HI _______________,9.p38 8428. ' WANTED! . WOODLAND school dist. 2Y, acres, GOOD acreage "'.ith nice home._ Al~o 3;.j acre in berries, good soil. Some smaller propert1es. Three parties ~n large firs, nearly new, 2 bedrooms, Tac<?ma w1tJ: modern homes wJll full basement. Also one-room cabin. consider tradmg. Call Hal Wagner, $9,950 Call Orrin Moore GR 3558 PR 2923. 9c38 or HI S428. ' FOR SALE - 2-bedroom modern PACIFIC BROKERS CO. G. H. IMESON CO. house (cheap); would consider 3807 So, G St. . llI 8428 trailer house in trade. 10620 So. Ndt to 38t!1'St. St. Post Office Member Tacoma Real Estate Board FOR SALE---Ruhber tiles and tile Sprague, GR 3324. 9.p38 Member Tacoma Real Estate Board 1105-7 Commerce St. MA 2156 cement. GR 350+. 15p38

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TAP, ACROBATIC, BALLET Cla8' ses. All ages. Mildred Keller, GR 7881. 15ct£ LEAVE FILM at Quality Photo Service for developing. In at 10, out at 5. 9610 Pacific Ave. 15ctf SEWING of all kinds. Will do fittings by appointment at your borne 'or mine. Style Rite Dressmaking, Rt.. 7, Box 266. GR. 3328. 17ctf FENCES-all types installed. Specializing in chain link and ornamental wire, all work guaranteed. For free ,estimate call GR 7409 or BR 7010. S & S FENCE Co. 15c40 ROTTED COW FERTILIZER $1 SACK or by the yard; peat and topsoil. HI 4056. ctf WOOD---Upland slab, 2 cords $12; planer ends, $4 and $8 loads. HI 4056. ctf

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A SPECIAL purchase that we can never make again. Hardwood, fin. ishcd in maple, at less than half regular price: suitable for snack . bars; each $2.65. ALL varieties of the finest UNFINISHED FURNITURE that money can buy. Bookcases up from $4.. 95; chests of drawers, 40 kinds and sizes .to choose from, up from $8.45. Child's wardrobes, all sizes, $18.95 and up.

RINNAN'S 8W4 South Tacoma Way - LA 2234 Open Monday through Friday until 8:30 P. M'. FOR SALE-2 Mobil tires, deluxe cushion, 6.40x15, new; Ocean City reel and bamboo pole and .300 Savage, like new. 514- So. 94th after 5 p. m. Henry Brown, 15p38 + 6. 70x 15 W /B low pressure tires, never been unwrapped. GR 6404. 15c38 28 SHEETS plywood, Yi", sound one sick; 15 gallons shingle paint in 5gal. cans, Cascade green; :1 bench saw with niotor; 1 table saw with motor. Rau Mfg. Co., GR 7372. 15e38 KIRBY VACUUM, 1951, like new; clean, perfect, complete, 50 % off. GR 6907. .15c'l8 FOR SALE-Hartman wardrobe trunk; bird cages; one flight cage; p;as water heaters. Louise Sales, GR 8703. 15p38 FOR SALE: Moving this weekend. Remaining furnishings must go, includine; ai1tiq,lic china cabinet, sectional bookcase, blue davenport and chair, matched ma hog<Jny ·coffee talJlc aud pair l.:u<l

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'\Varner radio-phonograph, walnut dining set, Mengel walnut bt'droom set, bassinctte, Kirby vacuur.n, Guardian Service, pair reel Chi.nesc la1nps, gTcy contour rocker, l11a11y

miscclhncous items. 4618 Pacific, HI 2177.15p38 TOP SOIL PEAT FERTILE, screened top soil; pulverized peat; 5 full yards $8. All Kresse, GR 5192. 15ctf FOR SALE Washing Inachinc, l year old, A-I shape. $65. HI 7200. 15c3B


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Times journal v 7 no 38 jun 5, 1952