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\Glashington State Grange To .Meet At PLC June 7=11

Parkland Round-up Next Week Directory

CoUer,e pr-esidents, defense officials, public utilitv adminfotrators and agric11ltura1 leaders are bookcc;d for speeches befor.e the 65th annual ·session of the Washington State Grange at Parkland June 7 to 11,

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Wedm, · June 9 Swing your ipardner at the annual pre-Round-up Street danr>e Wef!nesdayNiRht, June 9, at Beitz 8r'rvice Station. Open to the prnblic, this free street dance is a po'J)ular event at each year's Parkland Round.up. Music V>>ill be provided by the \Vestern Rvthmeers and souare dance calling by Larry Kirkwood. There will be some ball· rocm dancing also and the fun starts at 9 p.m. and will contin.ue until ? ? Kenneth Cox, chairman for the affair, invites all square dancers to show up in wcS'fern costume. So grab your cl•Rte and be on hand next Wednesday

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The convention will be held on the campus of Pacific Luthe•ran colle;,"e he said. Regis·tration of delegates and visitors is expected to top the 2,500 mark and Will include between 900 and 1,300 members who will be initiated in the sixth degrees the evening of June 9. State Grange oflficers will confer the annual degree, assisted by a Rose Drill by a tmm of Pierce County i,,vomen. C. C. French, president of the State college of VJashington, and Dr. J C. Knott, director of the WSC agricultcral institute, (Continued On Page 6) _

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kickoff for the four-day .aftfair is officiallcv set for Thursd..a'.\' nigiht, June 10, at 7:30. '.rl,le round-up grounds and comtl1Ullity park are located just fqtir blocks west of Pacific avenue

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this show is $1.00 for adults and dbbon winners Saturday 9.d1d 50c for children sixteen and and Sunday. Entries for the show are still being accepted under. and blanks may be ubtained at Juniors to Ride Bull, Too 'l'he children have certainly ·foe Times-Journal office or not been foi,gotten at this year's from the county agent. TwentyRound-up. Three events espec- five tror1hys and 150 riJbbons .iaHy appen:l'ing to youngs:ters will be awarded. No admission have been included in the four- is charged to watch the judgday program. First of these wili ing. ta;ke the form of a Junior Rodeo Parade to Highlight Round·up for participants under 16 years The largest wes>Lern parade in of age. Pa11ticipation is open to !he Slate o.f Washington .is any youngster any:where lo try promised -by parade chairman his skill in the following events: Jack Drawn. The gigantic ex· Ca~f ropirng, Bull (Junior sized travaganza will be three miles :bulls), riding, Barrel Race, Tex- long and parade past your viewas Speed and Action, Trail point for one and one-half Horse Class, Horsemanship to hours, stm,tin:g. at 11 a.m. Sat12 years, and Horsemanship 12 urday. En tries are pouring in to 16 years. Entry blanks must daily to swell the already be s·igned by parent and brought large number of entries. Defin· by the youngster to the show. ite entry lis<ls are not, yet comThe price to see 1his hilarious piled but a sneak preview by events in only 5bc for adults and this reporter finds albout 25 25c for kids. No pai·ent should f,h:iats, loads of antique cars, miss this thriller. Stading time buggies, anld hundreds upon is 1 :00 p.m., Friday, June 11. hundreds of horses and mountParkla111} Junior Riding club will ed uniJs among the entries. As perform a.lso. many as seven bands were scheduled at press time to per. Sheriff Tex to Perform Of interest to all. kivers of form for the parade goers. A western musical entertainment large number of clowns will is the two,hour Ji.inction Jam· also ·be on hand to make you boree planned . for Friday eve- laugh. The parade route extends ning, June 11, at 8 in the Pa- from 96th and Patterson to the cific Lu th er an college gym. Fea; Round-up grounds at 138t'h and turing Sherifrf Texas Jim Lewis J street and will also make a and his entire Jam1boree gang, jog down Gar,field street. including Al Montan, Blue BonWild West Rodeo nett Girls, and Tex's entire "Let 'er rbuck" will be the cry \vestern orchestra, this two- al1l Saturday and Sunday atfterhour shO'w promises to be a real nocins as the spectacular Roundtreat. The >vell-known Tacoma up Rodeo provides thi;i!ls for Larriettes will 'be an added fea- !'he huge crowd which is ex· ture to the show, pres.,nl.ing peeled to jam the arena. their famous bl:ack-lite floures· The Hound-up committee has cent square dancing. Price is just $1.25 for adults and 50c pulled no punches in making ihh;_ year s rodeo one to l>e long for the kids. remembered for iis excitement First Round-up and chills. The stock parade for Livestock .Show the rodeo is fresh from the Dald Another first fo.r the Park- hills and every cowpoke will land Hound-up takes the form ki1ow lw's had a ride when this of a Junior LivesMdc show. rodeo is over. A $'100.00 purseUnder the capa'ble direction of has been added to the entry fees Tom Rafferty, the show will to attract the best bowiboys feature projects by juniors · in possiblie for the two-day show. the age group to 21 years. Beef The events include bareback, and dairy cattle, a>long with saddle bronc, calf roping, wild ·sheep will be judged. If a suf. cow milking, and Brahama Bull 'ficient number of horses and ridirng. S1tarting time for the other animals ·are shown they show each of the 1Jwo days is wiH be judged also. Starting 2:00 p.m. Price is only $1.25 for time for the show is 10 a.m. Sat- adults and 50c for child1'en 16 urday in the rodeo arena. and under. This compares to Judges include Harold Bowman, prices of as much as $4.00 a scat Scott Rodgson, and Bert Bad- in other rodeos throughout the ham. A large tent is being pro- state and country. The Park· vided for the stock so t'hat }and Junior& wi.11 drill at Satthose in attendance at the urday's s'how and the Tacoma Round- up may inspect t11e stock Larriettes on Sunday. 1

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Dance to the music of Wen· dell Kinney and his ·orchestra at the fourth annuai Round-up dance. Always a high point on the Round-up program, this year's dance promises to be no r~xc~Hon. Slated for Sa•turday evening, June 12, at Bresemann's Spanaway pavilion, the dance will feature modern and western dancing.. The annual beard judging contest will again be a feature of the dance and Maurice Fletcher, dance chair· man, promises suitaible prizes for the bevihiskered contestants. Price for the dance is $1.25 per person. Come as you are. Western motif is the style. ·

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imorovements now:. added v ....• rooms, new point, a modernized bathroom or kitchen, efficient plumbing and heating. Pay nothing down, and only a few dollars a month for three years. Ask about an NBW Modernization Loan tomorrow.

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The Woman's Society of the Summit church will meet in the church hall Thursday, June 10, fo·r the regular monthly ses.sion, called at 11 a.m. The noon sack lunch will be followed by •the program. The hostesses will furnish dessert a!nd coffee. The ne1w 'officers wtill take over.

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. Gmduaillon exercises for the Central Avenue 8th grade will be held in the scho'.)l Friday evening at 8 o'clock, at which time 25 boys and g~rls will graduate. Wesley Benson is the 8th grade teacher. The class includes Richard Hill, Edward Krysack, Gordon Wo1f, Alfred Svinth, Robert Albaugh, Larry Gohr, Douglas Ingalls, James Toburen, Ken· ncth Raden, Ropert Campbell, Marlene Robbins, Judy Walters, Clara Olive, Lois Buchanan, Aileen SchaeHer, Sharon Smith, Karlyn Nelson, Judy Johnson, Judy Lefthold, Donna Almont, Margaret Derrick, Connie Whillhite, Noretta Pardon, Verna Patrick and Janice Bennett.

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Kiddy rides, rncluding of eoursc, pony rides, will surround the carnival and exhibit area. The price for rides has been kept at a minimum this year. Tickets for rides will cost 15c or two for 25c for most of · Lhe. rides. A large number of merchants will be exhibiting t11eir wares also. The exhibits include new boa Ls! house trailers, automobiles, nnd household appliances among others. Food booths have been let 011t only to c!haQ'ity 'lnd non-profit organizations and good food is prom1sed all Round-up goers. The American Legion is making arrangements for the games. All in all, a fine group of fun producing concessions are plan· n:ed for this year's Round-up.

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get it all out of our system,-and start over the following week. The Seni.or Scouts have been going out with Mr... Graham every week or two to work on planning, and building a camp. This will do for now, more later. Reporter and Scribe, Troop103 Edgar Lee Graves

Guess I b.etter catch everyone up on some back history. We had a Courit of Honor a while ago with the largest number ()f awards that we have ever :rnd. Almos.t everyone had earn:d somelhing ..Then we put on demonstrations of Firs:t A1d at ~he Scout Exposition, and last weekend we took part jn the Trovani's Junior Distriot. Camporee on Clover Creek.. At our regular meeting Bootery we had a "rock relay ra\:e" from )Ver by lhe. swarrnp .to Sunshine :·fall, and then we had planned an outside meeting for the next I • time, out sDmewhcre that the 3enior Scouts would choose and LAWNMOWER ~et ready, .but due to a lot of confus•ion ·.during . th.e. meeting, Lapping, Grinding, Repairing we are going to be allowed to Rentals • power-han·d • Used stay home this next week and 1

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Certainly you have no diffi. cu!ty in answering this question! . We live in a day when all our efforts need to be turned to the preservation of the heritage given us by ·our forefathers. We need to give our children that. hope and steadfastness in God that will keep our land ever the land of the free. With this desire to give our chil.dern that security for the fu. lure, our church feels that every effort it can put forth to streng7 then them is worthwhile. We are holding a Vacation Bible School this summer,....a time when the boys and gids can enjoy. learn. ing and playing under capable Christian .. leadership. All chil· . dren. are welcome to attend. You will warit to bring your· child and sJe that they have a good time, s.o \Ve will also have a time. for th~ parents. We will stmly such s,Ubjects as, "Is there a Real Hell?" "What is the Bible Way to Baptize?" and then there will be "Question Time" when you may ask qucs, tions. This will begin at the Spanaway Assembly of God Church, Monday, June 14, at 6 p.m. Make your plans now to attend.

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The Franklin Pierce district summer recreation program is to .get under way the 21st of June. The playgrounds at Par'k' land and Midland schools will be open .between the hours of 1:00 p.m. to 4 :30 p.m. in the afternoon and 6 :00 tC> 8 :00 in the evenings, Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday. A bus Vl'ill pick up .the Collins and Central A venue children and bring them to the Midland playground, and also take them back. The 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. program is being planned in the form of an age 9-12 handball league. It is hoped that about six sponsors and coaches for these teams can be found in the ;Franklin Pierce district. A similar sofbball program would be availalble for girls if the demand was gl'elat enough. On Tuesdays, Thursdays and ;POssrbly Satur.days bus transportation to Spanaway . Lake will be available with a 10 cent fare being collected. Swimming, swim lessons and water games wiH be the program at the lake. Further planning is underway and the entire program will soon be publicized. $

Altrusa Club $3750 FURNISHED • PARKLAND 1 BEDROOM home furnished completely. On fenced lot, 117th St. Low down payment and move in. Mrs. Miner. 115 FT. FRONTAGE - PACIFIC AVE. HAS A 2 bedroom home and 1 car garage, plus many more Clesiraiple feawres .. This is the best buy on Pacific Ave. at $7QQQ. Will go G.L

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The regular monthly meeting. of the Canyon Road Community clUJb will be hekl Thursday, June 10, in the communi1Jy hall, 80th & Canyon road, at 8 p.m. Follawing the meetdng an interesting program will .be presented and refreshments will be served.

Parkland Area Altrusa club met Wednesday evenang, May 26, at the home af Mrs. Beulah Selle wHh Mrs. Violet Bernath and Mrs. Elizaibeth Longmire as co-hostesses for the evening. 'I1here were 19 members present. Mrs. Alice Moorhead was initiabod as a new member. Mrs. Florence Dryer, Mrs. Beulah Selle and Mrs. Mabel Semons reported on the Altrusa convention at V'ictoria, B.C. Mrs. Stella Jacobs and Mrs. Donna McKewen invited all membe·rs of Altrusa to a chuck wagon dinne, at the Jacobs home on Spana way lake this (Thursday) eve ning al 6:30 o'clock. The next meeting will be held June 9 at LaPergola Inn with insta11atfton of officers as the main 01;der oil' business. For the latest. picture of Stella in western ' attire, watch the TimesJournal.

The Roy 8th grade graduation exercises will be held Monday evening, June 7, at· 8 :00 in the gymnasium. Mrs. Florence Woodbridge will play the piano accompaniment for the class processional. Rev. Edwin Bayley will give the invocation. Betty Byrd and Tommy Boolih will read the class will, Karen Thompson and Janice Haggard the class history, and Janic;e Graves and Marie Garrison the class prophecy. Class thanks will be given by Marilyn Smith, class president. Art Theimer, &rector of in· structional aids of the Pierce county schools, wiH give the Commencement Address. The school chorus and girls' trio, directed and accompanied by Lee WhHeman, will present a few vocal selections. Marilyn Smith and Francis Berka will play an insitrumentc.". du.ct. Daniel Grefl1hen, principal, will present the ·school patrol awards, perfect' attendance awards and school letters to the. deserving students. Roy Nixon, s~hool board member, will present the dipl{){IDas to the ·following graduates: Francis Edward Berka, Louise May Berka, Thomas Arthur Booth, Betty L. Byrd, Sharon Lee Christian, Tjnka KarU1leen Danehy, Marie Francis Garrison, Marian Constance Golko, Janice Lorraine Graves, Patricia F. Gregory, Janice Yvonne Hag•gard, Roy Reeder, Jr., Marilyn Kaye Smith and Karen E. Thompson. The public is cordially invited to attend the exercises.

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Customers of McDaniels Market arc looking in vain for thf' bright smiling face of Ethel MC"· Daniels (Mrs. Roy) this week. She won't be around for a li++Je while, as she is wearing a cast, having b r o k e n her leg Saturday evening .in a fall on the highly polished floor of the Puyallup Elks Temple while dancing the sch6ttische. Roy cl'llims that he has tried to convince Ethel that· it was all her fault-she's too old to risk those new fangkd dances like the schottische! Everyone 1s waiting to hear what Ethel said to that.

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SWIMMING TIME IS HERE Airman 3·C Jerry Boone, .s.on of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Boone of Rt~ 3, Tacoma, is at Parks Air Force Base in California awaiting shipment overseas. He enter~d the Air Force in 1!;152.

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and other activity, to be climax· ed ·with the annu.al Olbser.vanc.e. 11 " of Juvenile Night. Groups of (Continued fmm page 1) boys and girls from the G_ig Haribor Fruitland, East Hill both s]ated for app.,,arances .on and Sammamish Valley Juven"college days", June 9; MaJo~ He Granges will take turns c. D. Sawtelle of the. Groun !presenting their ritualism, Observ.er Corps and ~· Lee Dun- cand)e lighting ceremony lap, Ohief of Oper':'-t10ns, repre- graduation rites, followed b,Y an senta:tive of Captam '?hester J. all->ehildren's entertainment pro· Chastek, state Selective Ser~~ gram. ice ·director, on "Defense Day~ Other 1business of the conven• June 8; Archie M. Camp, pres.1• tion will include election of one dent of Pacific Northwest Gram member of the State .Grange Growers association, and Hari:y ·executive committee for a 3· B. Carroll, executive secretary year teDm, and selection of next of the Washmgton Council of year's meeting place. Farmer Coopera:tives. ~ · An aruiua1 home econoinlC!!. On "Cooperaitive Day," June breakfast "for women only" 7·I Sverre N. Omdahl, state , "ADir-. w 1·11 be held at 7 o'c.lock W!d.l" ector of Acgriculture, on gn. nesday morning in the Franklin. culture, Juvenile and Youth Pierce high school cafete,x·ja. Day", June 10; Paul J ..Raver, Home economics activities dtll'· Seattle City Light supenntend· ing the week include demon&frn• ent, .and Ken Billington, ex~ctJ· tions, prize competitions, tive secretary of the Washm~· ferences and an annual tea ton PUD association, on "Pulbhc olJficers. Power Day," June 11. The main convention will Pre.convention festivities will tinuc in session from early begin the evening of June. 6 morning until late each with the finafa, in a sta:tewide with 'but few 'breaks for Grange "talent" contest. Rural Lion or entertainment. It recreation leadership cl:asses close some time late Friday will be held Mon?ay morning. completion of delegate The convention off1cially on committee reports a:nd opens Monday af.tr.rnoon with a Jutions. series of reports by managers of Grange.sponsored cooperative oDganizations, followed by conferences by officers and yDuth leaders. A pub1ic reception and program will be held Monday evening in i1he college _chape].aud1Bonded & Licensed torium, Pierce County com!mis· Residential & sio11,ers, local dvic leaders and Commercial Wiring 'Free Estimates officials of the Pierce County Pomona Grange will extend wel869 SO. 110TH ST. comes, with a response by Nelson. The Frank1in PieJ?ce high school lband will play, Following the recep1tion, a dance and mixer will be he1d at the Fruit· l 1and Grange hall. ·Prizes will be awarded to winners of juvenile contests, to Legal Notice outs~andin:g Future Fanner and PETERS & WITT !Future Homemaker of America Attorneys at Law members, and to winners O'f es11222 Pacific Ave. say contests on highway safety and soil conservation. In The Superior Court of the The first four degrees of the State of Washington for the County of Pierce. Grange will lbe ·exemplified Tuesda•y evening by dril:l teams · NO. 57955 from the> Ohop, Kap01Wsin, BenNOTICE TO CREDITORS ston and Fruitland Granges, all !from Pierce county. 'I1he fi.fth IiN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF IRENE P. d~gree will 'be presented WedNASH, . Deceased. nesday night by a team from Notice is hereby given fuat MoMiJlin Grange, also of Pierce the undersigned has been apcountyi; and fue sixth degree by pointed and has qualified as theState Grange o:fificers with ExecutDr of the above entitled Otto Reise of Pie!'ce county as estate; that all persons having a~dng Master. claims against said deceased are Youth leaders and juvenile hereby required to serve the Grangers will flock to .the con- same, duly verified, on . said Arthur Sc Nash, or his attorneys vention Thursday for an all-day of record at tftle address below prog•r'am of entertainment, tours stated, and ·file the same ,with the Clerk of said Court, togefuer with proof of such service, wit'hin six months a:fter the-date of first publication of this notice or the same will be barred. Date of first publication May 20, 1954. Executor of said Estate ARTHUR S. NASH Tillicum, Washington PETERS & WITT Attorneys for Estate 11222 Pacific Ave. Tacoma 44, Washington Published in The Times-.Journal May 25, 27; June 3, 1954.

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Saturday afternoon, June 12, 2:00 p.rn., Rodeo Grounds. Adults $1.25, under 16, 50c. Spectacular Amateur Rodeo, including bareback, saddle bronc, calf roping, wild cow milking, and BRAH· MA BULL RIDING.

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.Word was received last week from Washington State college that Beverly Corrigan won •the Henry George and Sons schol· arship of $100.00 for use for the fall semester. Congratulations, Bev! Visitors

Rodger Lunde Auxiliary, VFW, will meet Tuesday, June . 8, at 8 p.m. in the Veterans hall,· 11102 So. Yakima, Mrs. Troy Nighs•wonger presiding. Following reports of com· mitlee!s, lhere will be discussion of plans for the June 13 smorgaSlbord dinner. Mrs. E; Thorsen is sponsor· illlg a "hard time'! party June 5at.8 p.m. at her home, Rt. 7, Box 198, Tacoma, for which a 1 "" small donation will be received. For illJforma ti on on either of these a•flfairs, call Mrs. Guy Steele, HA 2363. Mrs. Robert Anderson, 9905 South Sheridan, is sponsoring a kitchl:n\vare party at her home today (Thursday) at l o'clock, · open to .the public. Elected to the annual Departtnent encampment were: Del€g·ates ,Mrs. J. W. Johnson and Mrs. Guy Steele; alternates, Mrs. Don Ward and Mrs. Joe McGarr.

Spending the Memorial Day weekend at Aberdeen were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Corrigan and Marlene and Pa:t; Mr. and Mrs. George Rodrick and Georgie, Donnie, Barbara, Roy and Gary, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Goslee and Lou and Janet Ann of Seattle, Mrs. Bertha Schumock and John

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