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College choir aP'J)earing locally this week-end. The public is invited to the two concerts: Saturday at 8:15 p.m., at Zion Lufheran church, 6th Ave. and Puget Sound St., and on Sun· day at Parldand Lutheran church, So. 123rd and Pacific. A free will O'flfering will be received. · . Peter and Margaret Harstad, .grandchildren · o.f the sainted Rev. Bjug Harstad, who founded ParMand Lutheran' church and school in 1893, will be

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Rrn:lger Lunde Post and Aux· iliary, VFW, will sp:onsor a s;norgiaslbord dinner Sunday, June 13, in Veterans hall, 11102 So. Ya:kima Ave., with serving from 1 to 4 p.m. Mrs. Guy StP.ele, general chairman, is assisted by Guy Steele and Arthur Neff of the Post and· Mrs. Thurlow, C1otllei', Raymon, Karl Spencer and Troy Nighswonger o!f the '.Auxiliary. The dinner is O'Pen to the public.

Mrs. Bartley Gets Bargain Basket Gift Mrs, Harry Bartley, Rt. 2, Box 561, Puyallup; received the award of the Bargain Basket Saturday, an aH-expense'Paid vacation to Hidden Valley Guest Ranch. The gift is the Bargain Basket contribution in publicizing the Parkland Roundup, climaxing an ad¥ertising carnpaign of scvernI weeks. Mrs. Banltley will be accompanied by her husil:Jtand, the couple expecting to enjoy the fine vacation in late. July or early August. Mr. Bartley is a civil service employee at McChord. As he is fond of riding he is especially 1ooking for· ward to fhe outing and expects to have his wife a finished rider 'by the end of "the. week. Mrs. Bartley is a bit sce<ptica1 of that word, "finished." There are four Bartley children.

Showr1 above is the first unit of the proposed recreation center for the Parkland area, the arena in which the Round-up is being held thisweek. Photographed when only partially finished, the arena is n·ow an amazing!y:"complete setting for the livestock show, the two horse shows and the two-day rodeo scheduled, _the ground also providing space for carnival, rides and merchants' displays. After intensive.. day-and·night work by Round-up committee members, the grounds are now decorated in·. gala array for the exciting events beginning tonight with the horse show. -Photo by Mc~(ewen

Letter To Editor The James Sales Preschool organization wishes to exipress thanks to you for your help in publicizing our activities Of the past year. Thank you for being •SO considerate to us. Sincerely,. 'Mary,J.;6u. Rupp,

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guests of Mr. and Mrs. Theo; Harstad of Parkland. Maran and Elizrubeth Prf'US wm stay with their aunt, Mrs. R. LeMaster of Parkland. Andrew Madson, ·brother of the Rev. Juul Madson of Lakewood Lutheran c'hurch, is also a member of the Bethany Choir. Prof. Martin Galstad was pastor of t!he local congregation from 1935 to 1940, and has recently accepted a caH to the Education1al De!Jartment of Dr. Martin Lutheran a college at New Ulm, Minnesota, beginning in September. Richard Hawley will be teacher and assisvant pastor in a large congregation in Mankato, Minnesota. Last week he was graduated from the Bethany Lutheran Sein.in. ary. ParklancJJ Luthemn church supports Bet'lmny college at Mankato, Minn., a high school, , junior coHege, and seminary for Synodical Conlfen'nce Lutherans. '1111 is is the first time that a representative group has come this far West. Members of tlw loml church welcome them and are happy to present a fine musical organization of 70 voices in sacred concert.

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Howie Snowden, Parkland Business cllih prcsident, will ride the last lap of the pony ex· press and actually deliver the letter of greetings from Governor Langlie to the Round-up. Nine riders are involved in this year's ride and the riders will ride against last year's time of 1 hour 55 111inutes, and 6 seconds. Larry Kirkwood, horse show chairn1,an, promises a fast mov~ ing, entertaining show tonight. The nnnunl horse show is open to anyone wishing to C'ntcr. Entries will be accc:p'.cd to show tir:1c which is 7 :30.

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01,i'lla Lawrence. The Holdens are pioneers, h•aving lived in their present home for over 45 years. WSCS Circle rrhe Addie Rau circle will entertain the Ada Holden circle with a party in the church hall Tuesday evening, June 15, at 8 o'clock. This will close the Mile of Pennies driv:e so 1'.1embers arc i:sked t? bn.ng then· spare penmes. This will be the last meeting of the Addie Rau circle till Septemlber. Vincent-Murphy Thc Summit church was prett.ily decorated with spring flowers for the Friday evening weddingi of, Anna 'Mae Vincent, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Vincent, and Vernon R. Murphy, w1ho is stationed at Fort, Lewis. The bride wore a beige suit with white hat and accessories and carried a colonial bouquet D'f pink rosebuds. Sharon Daggett, attending the bride, wore blue wibh carnage of pink carnations. ROibert L. Scott acted as best man. The Rev. John Christensen officiated and Mrs. C. R. McMillan played the wedding music. The new home is in Parkland. When Vel'l10n has his furlough, 1Jhe couple will visit his parents in Illinois. ·Garden Club In observance of its .first anniversary, the Jun.:; Bug Garden

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Post Elects. Officers The election of officers was an important feature of the May 28 meeting uf Clover Creek post No. 118, American Legion, at the .post hall. Albert L. Harvey was chosen commander; Carl A. Sevorson, 1st vice commander; Tom Bailey Jr., 2nd vice commander; Frank w, McCabe, adjutant and finance ofificer; Warren P. Stinson, service oMicer; Joseph A. White, chaplain; John vV. Jones, historian; Anthony Metz, ser.geant-at-arms; William Nissen, trustee for three years; Geo11ge A. King, trustee for two years; Raymond B. Turner, trustee for one year; Arthur A. Hart, senior colo·r bearer; Warren P. Stinson, junior color bearer. Refreshments were served by the Auxiliary after the meeting. The Post and Aaxiliary held an impressive Memorial Day service Sunday, May 30, at tl1e Spanaway cemetery, flags and wreaths being placed on the graves of those who Jost their lives in the service of our country, as well as ex-servicemen who have answered the call. Members of the Post and Aux· iliary put in considerable time cleaning up the cemetery before Memorial Day and urge all who have loved ones buried there to take an acive part in keeping the cemetery in order. Milton H. Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Smith of Roy, has been promoted to corporal •while serving with the 702nd Transportaition Group (Railway) at Fort Eustis, Va. Cpl. Smith re-enlisted in the service March .19, 1953, after having served with a railwayi battalion in Korea.

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ley, Mary Townsend, Elizabeth 4-H club held at the home of Thursday, June 10, 1954 Weir, Lenore Wynn and Caro- Eliza!beth Weir. Mrs. Louis The TIMES-JOURNAL lynne Burk; 2nd year awards, Weir served! lovely refre5h'Marlene Corrigan Sharron Eshpelter, Pat Lements limore tile meeting was ment oif 914 were reserved in Coniigan and Pat. GRanltll 8545 Mieux, Glenna Parriot, Ann called to order. "Rose Time" is advance for the 30th State Teasley; 3rd year awards, Janet 'I1he Scout committee of Scout the theme for. the dai1'ce to be Camp. Members present at the pack No. 84 is spQnsoring a bake Deuel, Marline Spearman and held at the Midland Commun- mee!ting were Janet Spearman, JJoanne Morud. swle of every kind of home-bakity Cluh haH. Also discussed Valeria Bombardier, .ToAn\1 ing this Saturday, June 12, Teen.Age Dance were the uwo camps. Four of Schumacher, Nina Ayers, l\.farstarting at 10 o'clock in the Plans were made for a teen- lihe memlbers are now attend- Jene Corrigan, JRnet Jensen, morning, aJt the Midland Thrift. age dance to be held Friday ing the 4-iH Slate Camp held on Mary TownEtend and Elizabeth. way. It is planned to hold these evening, June 18, at the la.st the campus wt Washington State Also present were' Mrs. Frank sales every two weeks to raise meeting of the Midland Clover college where the high enroll- Kolbe, Leader and Mrs. Walter money to pay for the Ecout hall purchased from the Midland OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY - 7 DAYS A VJEEK' fire depar1Jrnen1t. Square Dance Club The Mid!land Mixers, square dance club under the direction of Caller Curt Taylor, are now SAVE! SAVE! holdipg their weekly evenings Popular of square dandntr on Thursday instead of Tuesdays. There will Reg. Brands 2 Lb. PKG. be a review from 8.:00 to 8:30. Former members are es.iJecial!y urged to come out and enjoy the evening, as well as dther square dancers.

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Allison .R.ood 4-H The 4-H and FFA ClU'b mem·bers had a .very nice day for the Enumclaw Dairy shO\V May 15. Six memlbers from the Alli· . son Road 4-H cllrb attended the show. Two of the.sc members, Trudy Norfleet and Janice Petrich, took their Holstein heifers, each girl winning a white ribbon in Type and a red ribbon in Fitting and Showmansl}ip on her heifer. The members also did. some judging and did fairly well for i!he first time in judging dairy cattle. Three of

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2:00-4:00 Swim lessons,, · swimming and water game~, 6:00·8:00. - Base'ball league if game is scheduled.. Friday 1:00-1:45 - Group games. 1:'1S·2:30 - Handcraft•. · 2:30,3:00 - Story teH.lng and story. acting. 3:00-3:30 - Music activities. 3:30-4:30 - Tournaments & special contests. 6:00-8:00 ..,- Individual and dual activities. group and team games and music activities for teen~age and adults. Baseball league ilf game is scheduled.

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School Nurse Mrs. Wise. Each diginitary was presen>ted a 'rose by Julie Bassi af the 1st grade.

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WALLER ROAP ,3% ACRES, all fenced. 3 be.droom home, Jovely ltltchen and living room, large attic. Barn and chicken hous1=. This is yood Valu.e at $11,000. G.I. Mrs. Miner TANGLEWOOD

Mrs. Karl Cordes . The Royal Court was 'escorted Puyallup 5·2511 in by little Heather Storm, who (Crowded Out Last Week) strewed apple blossoms bofore One of the most impressive the Queen and her attendents, programs of the year was pre- and little Poggy and Dennis sented last week at the Wood- Ward, who carried the crowns land school when they held their on pillows. Donna Tucker pre. annual spring program and sented the Queen with her boucrowned their King and Queen, .quet. Members of the school LeRpy Gustafson and Gale. St. board crowned the following Pierrie. The progrnm opened princes and princesses; 8th with Court Courier Terry Ruyle grade, Judy Zepp and Gary inviting the court and its dig- Lincoln; 7•th grade, Helen nitaries to enter. Boy Scouts of Ziemer and Larry Schaefifer; \troop No.· 174 presented fhe 6th grade, Theresa Rees and flag, Ladies and Squires, who Arthur Johnson; 5th grade, introduced the honorary guests Sharon Klein and Verlin Villwere: Janel Swalander, Cathy ines. Harshman, Tony Ruyle, Nancy The program for the evening Humiston, Jill Joslyn, Gary was: A·ccordion solo, Eddie Challender, Irvin Spenser, Noel\ Schuler; tumbling, by Del Mar Lincoln, Freddie Mjnchau, Neil Trio; songs, the Ton>aires, Mar.Hanson. The girls wer,e attract- garet, Loretta and Christine ively dressed in long dress and Falashi and Luther Criff; aero· the boys white shirts and ties, batic dance, Caroline Shuler, presented tile following to the and 'ballet, Joette Nish. .The court: Members· of the School Woodland Preschool presented a Board, Art Lindbeck, Clancy folk num!ber with Judy Lindell, . Moore, Karl Cordes, Art Lin- Nancy Wade, Sus•an Reynolds, i coin and Clerk ot the school Dona StarkeI, Marsha Hoffman, board E. C. Allen. They also Erick Brakken, Richard Starke!, presented Superintendent Fred Charles Temus, Charles Harber, Sutter and Principal Vern Hog- Tommy I-Ial'ber, and Steve gatt, followed by P-TA Presi· Harshman. Members of the 1st dent Mrs. Walter Challende·r grade participating in the square and the festival committee Mrs. dance were Judy Minchau, Karl Cordes, Mrs. Lawrence Christy Cordes, Cindy Woods, Minchau, Queen Mother Mrs. Susan Harrington, Alvin SpecBen Ruyle, Mrs. Bud Root, Mrs. er, Ricky Harber, David Tucker, August St. Pierrie, Mrs. Thom- Gerald Prock. Lei Lani. presentas Elsdon and Mrs. Bill West- ed two Hawaifan dance nuniman. Teachers introduced. and bers. The program was closed presented were: Mrs. Fellows, by members of the 5th grade, ·Mrs. Arnold, Mrs. Parker, Mrs. urnier tthe supervision of their Wickstrom, Mrs. Woodbury, teacher, Mrs. George Cole, doing the traditional May pole winding and singirng of May Army Oxfords

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Guest Speakers Pe011le in all parts of the Bethel district are joining forces to put on· a big wrestling and boxing show in the Bethel high school gymnasium June 26, pro· ceeds to be used for lights for the athletic field. Professional .wrestlers and boxers will high· light the program, with other exciting features o~fered. Mrs. Art Crate heads the committee on arrangements and may .be reached for .further information at GR 8033. next week's

During the forthcoming vacation of the Rev. Baul B. Stone, pastor af the Elk Pfain Community church, several pastors andl laymen will preach at the Sundray morning services and help in the Sunday school program. Included will be .several members of the Men's Brotherhood af the Sixth Avenue Bap.tist church, fhe Rev.. Ethel Hoof of the Northwest. He/brew Mission and the Rev. Aubrey Splawn of the Grace Baptist church, Tacoma. Every service wiH be of int· erest and help to everyone in the community, promises the Rev. Stone:

Farm.ers F,ield Day At WWES July 22

Thursday, July 22, is the date set for Fanners' Field Day and Open House at the Wes!tern Washinglton Experiment Station, Dr. D. F. Allmendinger, Station Superintendent, an· ilounced today. That fa the day """"' all friends of .the Station, 'both fa.rmers and city folk, .are in· = vitcd to visi't the Experiment ~ Sta'tion and see for themselves the investigations being con· =; ducted .by Station scientists. The agricultural. interests of = a.n western Washington are -- seryed by the Western Wash· ==== ingtmr EXiperirrient Station, a === su'bd[vision of the State College 0£ Washington, 1-0cated a:t Puy= a.Uup. = Field Day presents an oppor= tunity for visitors to inspect the =-"'.::'. fields, lavoratories and. shops of the Experiment Station. Also, the research staff of over 20 scientists in many diversified fields of agriculture will be avaUable to d1iscuss experiments in progress and agricultural problems of individual farmers and others. !Persons interested in the animal experiments will hia.ve an opportunity to see the feeding and care of poultry and. dairy cattle. Some of the newer ideas in feeding and lab.or saving devices wrn be shown.

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With our nose lo !he ground fnr news as usual last week end, we can report to you that ,J<,nn Caddigan's blacks, Dusty tmd Rocket, won the matched elass al the Silver Spurs Show, Dusty pl<aced third in a liu'ge western pleasure class, Mid Rocket won a third in pole bending. The Parkland Riding Club Sliow was well attended with luts o £entries in spite o·f threatening weather. First place winmmi in each event arc as fol-

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up; (How could you guess?) Horse show events are: open jumping, western pairs, english pleasure, baton relay, saddle race, bareback relay, pole bending by teams, trailer race. Show ~tarts at 7 :30 Thursday , . , be there to find out who· will be queen o.f the Round-up. Course it is a must to see the variety show on Friday nig'ht with Sherif!f Tex and all his gnng and the rodeos on Saturday and Sunday, to say nothing of the ,big dance on Sa Lurday night. Guess we will have to just close up shop and take in all these big events. Along the trail we saw Del Wright judging the Parkland Show ... the Tacoma Lariettes on the Junction Jamboree program on television . . . Kent and Connie Erickson at the grand opening of their "Bunk House" on Garfield and Pacific -congratulations ... the Pierce County Posse going to the state meet at Bellingham-best of luck, fellas.

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ROUND-UP EDITION

Published by the Times-Journal Publishing Company

Parkland Round ., up Brings Talent From Far and ~!ear By Malcolm Saine The Round-up is here! Four days of outstanding ., western ente;·tainment are beil'lg presenterl for your participation and enjoyment. Starting tonight with the annual Round-up hon1e show at 7 :30 and building to a climax Saturday and Sunday with a two-day rodeo, fhis year's show promises to be a real treat. A nominal admission is being charged for some of the events and proceeds go towards building a 12· acre community park and recreation area for the Parkland community. Guaranteed to be a crowdpleasing event, the two-day rodeo featured at this year's Round-up will draw top notch cowboys ;from al-1 over the state. Entries are pouring in and should be filled well before show time. $400 in priz," money has been added to the entry -fees paid 1by the riders to insure keen competition for top honors. These cow1boys will compete in one of the fines't rodeo arenas in the state and t'hat is the arena which has been constructed over f1he period of the last two months by local business men and their .friends. The arena and park grounds are located just ,four blocks west of

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of your favorite penformers. Fiddlin' Neal with those rolling eyes will be here, as will the Blue Bonnet Girls, Rusty Clark, the Jamboree band, and your favorite western balla,il singer, Bashful Billy Lee. That's right, Billy is back and will be here wrth the gang Friday evening. Added attractions include Al Montan, the Trick Rope Man, and The Tacoma Larriettes Square Dance Exhibition. Plan now to be sure to see this stellar attraction. Tickets are just $1.25 for adults and 50 cents for students and children 16 and under. The time again is 8 p.111. Friday and the place is the Pacific Lutheran college gymnasium.

Pacific Avenue at Tule Lake road and extending to 138th on Jay St. The rodeo events include bare back, saddle bronc, calf roping, wild cow milking and bra:hma bull riding. Rodeo Chairman, Elmer Gable, prom·iscs a fast moving, thrilling show. Starling time is 2:00 p. Special Events for Kids m. each day (Saturclay and SunThe kids have centainly not day) ·and tickets arc on sale al the gale. Price is only $1.25 for been forgotten at this year's Excitement has adults and 50 cents for child- Round-up. ren 16 and under. mounted to a fever pitch among TV Stars Here Friday . the kids who plan to enter the Top-n.o~ch cntertam:ncnt ~s junior rodeo Friday afternoon the gu1dmg rule behmd this as participants. Open to any :year's Parkland. Rotmd·~P and. ·oun sters, Ibo s and • irls und.iust such entertamme.nt is plan- ~r 1~, this s~ow prJ;mises. to ned for Friday evemn.g. at the provide plen:ty of chills for the PLC gymnasium. Sheriff Texas . . . . . J' L ,. of EING television anxwus parents m the audience 1m CV> is . . · as well as for the kids in the fan1e ar,id lus entire Jamboree area. Scaled do;wn rodeo and gang will take the stage at 8 . , . o'clock and provide two jam- ,horse shOIW event~ are bem.g acked hours of western music p_resented and exceL~nt super~1~ .1. m·irtl s10n has 1been provided to manui 1. I f ~1 . h His stellar cast includes all sure t 1 e success o· '1:s s. ow from every angle. Startmg 11me it 1 :00 p.m. and admission is just 50 cents for adults, and 25 cents for kids. Entry blanks for ·rhose kids wishing to participate o.re on pa'ge one o,f main section :and will a1so be available at the girounds, A 50 cent entry fee is required of each youngster for each event he or she enters. Entry blanks will also be available at 'the arena prior to show time. Ri:blbons and trophies are being awarded.

There's no tel ling what may happen at the two big rodeo shows at the Parklan·d Round-up. Many big·time performers will risk their necks in the dangerous and exciting events scfieduled. DON'T MI SS TH IS! Another event of special interest to the young people is the junior livestock show scheduled for Saturday morning at 10 :00in the arena. The livestock show is •free to the public arid the stock will 'be on display Saturday and Sunday in a special tent for that purpose. Parade Sig Event From all that this reporter

can gather, the western parade planned for Saturday is going to be tremendous. Complete with fli:la ts, antique cars, buggies, wagons, and western mounted units, and horses by the hundreds, the parade will extend over a three mile parade route. The parade \\rill start promptly at 11 :00 a.m. according to Par(Continued On Back Page)

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"ONE SHOT" McKEWEN WELCOME PODNER

. Assisted By

"HALF SHOT'' McKEWEN NO SHOES FOR HO.SSES

(Dona)

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Art_.can save your sole and save you money too, so don't throw away that pair of boots cause Art can make 'em like new.

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McKEW'EN STUDIO

ARTS SHOE REPAIR Garfield Street

Parkland

Centre Bldg. GRanite 3833

JACK H. (for handsome) MORRIS, RON.NIE SHELSTAD. O.K. podner, drive in you:r charriot. Our 76 is as hot .as a pistol barrel after a duel.

BLUE SPRUCE- SERVICE 127th & Pacific Ave.

Parkland

WILD 路.BH.L 路 BENNETI

CACTUS CHARLIE

8

OTTO GAMACHE & TED. FRIESZ .. are 路on. the job, to serve you. Drive-er-in, we'll wash , her face and blqw up her feet when you fill-er.up with Texaco. 11 At

CLOVER CREEK SERVICE 1

132nd &. Pacific Ave.

GRanite 9933


MORRY and BETTY ANDERSON has what it takes Thar hain't no hog wash about it, For better buildin', at lower cost! It's .••

EATS Like at HOME! In the Rangie Area of Parkland

ANDERSON LUMBER COa

The LITTLE DINER

9813 Pacific Ave.

BOB. DANZEL and ETHEL FRIEN'D

141ST & PACIFIC AVENUE

GRanite 7311

"One Shot" Wes and Dona McKewen Wes has shot more people and had 'em like it, than anyone else in Parkland. (he uses a camera)

McKEWEN STUDIO MAKES PHOTOS LOOK ALIVE PARKLAND CENTRE BUILDING

GR 3833

MARG & HAROLD FRYE sez: • "We got some oh them new fangled wasl).in machines thet don't take no work at all to do the washin."

PACIFIC FLOOR ,COVERING

FR:YE'S FURNITURE Garfield St., Parkland

CHUCK COOK sez: Old dirt floors dun gone out of style. But we have them new fangled pieces of tile, that will fix floors so slick ma won't need shoes for a while.

GRanite 3691

LINOLEUM

So. 131st & Pacific Ave.

TILE

SHADES

GRanite 4545

ESTHER & EMIL BEITZ OF

PARKLAND WESTERN AUTO Pacific Ave. near Airport Road

Every need for the Settler - Prospector plus Th(l Things You Need for that Power Drive Buggy

Ed Weiss. Podner, if'n you got troubles with yore T.V. or radio,jist holler over thru the talkin' box and we'll be right out tah fix it.

PARKLAND Te V. SERVICE

• 233 Garfield Street

GRanite 4458

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Earl Rau offer:.; you settlers Hie tops in Sheet Metal Work. Earl says ''sheet meta.I work is next kin to blacksmithing."

NFACTURING CO.

OUSE ,-f''

illarl, Berle, and John are gmmin' for high prices during the Round-up and all thru the yiear. For Quality Food at a Savings ... visit ...

RUSLER'S MARKET ~

GRanite 8560

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GRâ&#x20AC;˘.7100


Get Your Personalized Souvenir Copy of The Parkland 'I'imes~J ournal at The Rodeo Ground!

COME IN 'N SEE US SOME· TIME SAYS GUNNIN'· GUS·

sn:

AND HER ICE-HOUSE,

GANG: MILLIE, MILDRED, Bill & ABSENT GERRY.

WE'VE GOT THE COOLEST PLACE IN TOWN

Parkland Lockers Complete Service &~Supplies for your Frozen Storage Needs 11012 PACIFIC AVE.

GRanite 7111

LOUIS. RUTH and BOB MAGDANZ Owners & Op11rators

MAGDANZ HARDWARE 114th & Pacific Ave;

EVERYTHING FOR THE HOMESTEADER & SETTLER GENERAL HARDWARE

JACK WHISLER, HOWIE SNOWDEN, ART SWINDl.AND and CLIFF BECKLAND say •• "HOWDY AND WELCOME TO THE ROUNDUP FROM THE GANG .

at the

National PARKLAND Bank ofBRANCH Washington Member FDIC

A good old western welcome to all from Lee, Dave, Gladys, Erna Kenny, Walt and Warren, of

S·MITH'S MARKET FINE FOODS AN·D 9UALITY MEATS PACIFIC AVENUE AT AIRPORT ROAD

(Hop-A-Long) Al Soine A rancher who .owns cattle wear~ his pant-legs inside his boots, so Al just having their hicJ.es, meets the tradition half way. !;;

PARKLAND Ernest Harmon, Janette Halverson, Avyce (Combs) Blanchfield, Avis Jensen, Orrin Moore, Helen O'Brien, Goldie McCall, John O'Leary

THE PLACE TO FIND THAT RANCH OF YOUR DREAMS 11302

Pacific Ave.

SUBURBAN REALTY

Phone GR 8638

SHOE STORE 411 Garfield

GR 3526

Open 10-6

across from Parkland Post Office "Finest Boot Selection in Pierce County"


tocfoo 2 :00 p.m. a minimum: for all the •'n.nls the establishment of adjacent to the Round,rnent grounds and illumin;d just four blocks west of

~

Richfield Gas Tonic to plug.

11e old

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SERVl CE 1

GRanite 3040

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Pacific A venue at Tule Lake Road or 138th street. The entire Round-up is under the sponsorship of the Parkland Business Club, Inc., with all of the community organizations lmrticipating. A hearty invitation is extended to all to Join in the four-day affair.

Mary Beroth, Si Hadlund, Grace and Larry Kirkwood say "That ain't gold that's all a-glitter, awl loolrn like new; it's the same old clothes we cleaned for you."

LARRY'S MT. VIEW CLEANERS GRanite 3261

134th & Pacific Ave.

"Sakes Alive, Sassafrass Tea will cure all," Bill's Granny used to say. But, W eh, Marion and Bill know differently. So for the fin~st in prescription service, visit

JOHNSON DRUG Drugs

Notions

Across from the P.O. GRanite 7333 Fountain $ervice

EVERYONE IN THE

'PARKLAND¥ GRILL Turned out to help Sharleen and Elizabeth welcome you to the

PARKLAND ROUND-UP

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UP ALMOST THE WHOLE D~RN GANG TO SAY .••

.ANGER-WELC

ETO THE PARKLAND ROUND-UP'

pardner. Cause wherever. there's a crowd or action, some of our gang is

who all these homely hombres are, that's our editor, Mrs. Honeywell sittin' one of the Brown's you t1guns. Sittin' on the double tree is Dave Hibbard ~:!anding, Marlene Corrigan, Ken Woerner, Roger McDonald, Larry Kirk; Theis, Joe Stevenson, Jack Brown and Bill Black. Guess the rest of the their hosses cause they didn't make it for the picture.

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TO ADVERTISE WITH THE

JOURNAL PUBLISHING CO.

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Del "Pony Express" Cheney is handy with a horse or a wheel, but to all the kids out here on the prairie, he's their hero cause he keeps them peddling right along. · For Wheels - Mowers & Keys, See Del

PARKLAND CYCLE and KEY

Yz

Block from P.L.C.

GRanite 5772


FRITZ are

gunning

fo:r

those

squeekes in your flivver. We'll re-sho'er too. During the

Parkland

Round~up

stop at •••

BE lT Z SHELL

SERVICE

Airport &. Pacific .;Ave.

guaranteed repairs.

TIC-TOC Jewelry 1Oll1 Pacific Ave. PARKLAND ROUND-UP

l


Personalized souvenir Times-Journal 25c.-.-Adv.

l\1arg Brady and Jane Washburn say, for your convenience Use Our Lay-A-Way Plan

131st & Pacific Ave. (Brookdale Centre Bldg. GR 4800 Open 9 a.m. Till 6 p.m. • Friday Till 8 p.m.

(Rain Check) Oliver Inloes, (Golden Girl) Florence Miner, (Bull Shipper) Jim Loring, (Mimi) Muriel Loring. Missing from the picture, so its no use looking for him canse we can't find him half the time either is Wild Bill Black.- Tihslub & Erunam Plentiful.

JAMES Rm LORING REAL ESTATE

CHOW TIME!

GRanite 4148

126th & PACIFIC AVENUE

And

Round-Up Time! 'l'here's plenty .of good western food served by Shirley Dougall, Ruth King and Barbara W einhart at

WAYNE~S

CAFE

11lth and Pacific Ave. Barbara says Stop In, We're Celebrating our First Anniversary in Parkland June 10th

Cleve Woods, Bcb Bartley, Ray Bartley ..• Say podner, if ever time you wanta go the buggy balks and the horsepower's low, you'll want it fixed so she balks no-mo. Bring-er-in, we'll make-er go.

' L EFOR SURE

THAT'S

COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE Margaret Pantor, Dorothy Fletcher, Little Maureen Fletcher, Bud Parker, Maurice Fletcher & Buzz Eley. Make Your Headquarters for Grub and Take Out Beverages

FLETCHER'S MARKET 122nd & Pacific Ave.

:1

GRanite 8550

Gas - Oil - Tires • Batteries - Accessories

Welding

Repair Service Information, Wind and Water

Airport Road & Jay St. 19 Years In Parkland

GRanite 3395


. Jo ·1':~11 Orm.an, .Al& l\1Iarelyl1 Mccay, Babs T]ley .hain't 11ot}ijn' goodern our. home · Il1ade ic~. creall1. . We're ~till ;using the recipe gra111d111~ 'J:)roug-J:rt ou.t. i11 a prairie sc.ho9ner yars ago. s~~:ip :at .• ·.• .. .

~oerner.

Bill Gwynn & Wayne White, the new p:ropo:ri· etors cf

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GAS-0-LENE ALLEY Sez.: Luhr,ication was a must on· g:randpap's wagon, and it's just. as imp·ortant in your hoss• less carriage. So buy EAGLE GAS,· it lubricates.

McCIY'S ICE CREIMERY

DRIVE IN AT

GRanite 3000

10002 Pacific Ave.

Frank Turk, owner, and Ada Paddock, clerk, invites yo all ta come to Parkland during the big 4th annual Round-up. While you're here, drop in and. say heUo,

GARFIELD VARIETY 326 Garfield St., Parkland

GRanite 8101

Tenderfoot Suzy Cheetham and Smilin Lindy Cheetham. Everything for the papoose and milady in delicate condition.

BLESSED EVENT SHOP 328 Garfield St.

Parkland

WE HAVE SOUVENIRS OF PARKLAND

Any of y<>U hombres that cl;"ave to wash down the

dust iu:1'd spend $Qme time with.. some •mig}.ity •.hospit· able westerners, stop in

and visit Bud and Anz At The

SHAMROCK TAVERN

··INSURE YOURSELF ·OF' A GRAND TIME ~

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VISIT THE PARKLAND ROUND-UP ~SAYS ANN HOLMBERG and

ED STEVENS of

CA:STLEMAN INS. AGENCY Nat'I. Bank of Wash. Bldg·. Parkland GR 8647


BOB LORAAS Sez: My business is seeing to it that friends and neighbors are protected against the hazards of horseless vehicles, destruction of property by fire and losses of income due to death or old age . . . I like it

STATE FARM MUTUAL INSURANCE GR 4040

Across from Parklan-d P.O.

Jack Siler, Chet Cook and Ed Flanigan

The Whole Gang at Armstrong's magic on the table.

.Say, "If you don't get enough of the wild and wooly west at the Round-up, then let us fit your home with a T.V. s~t and you can watch the cowboys from now on ...

SILER 'S

GR 8113

To do a western trick Get a real slick chick That you don't have to pick at

T.V. & APPLIANCES 11230 Pacific Ave.

ARMSTRONG'S POULTRY MARKET

GRanite 8634

11009 Pacific Ave.

GRanite 5524

YA HOO ••• LET ER' BUCK SAYS ROY. AL AND THE WHOLE GANG AT THE

BUNGALOW Open All Night

PARKLAND ROUND-UP HEADQUARTERS

Tie up to· the hitching post and shuck your gear. Thar's plenty of good fun and refreshments here.

DANCING EVERY NIGHT 107th &. Pacific Avenue

'ROY and HILDA KREGER

When we say hardware we don't mean a .45 on the hip. Linoleum - Tile - Formica Roofing - Paint

KREGER'S HARDWARE Parkland

121st & Pacific Ave.

"Hard Wood" Go.rdon • • - For a Round.up Value in Home Furnishings. We Got the Goods!

PARKWAY FURNITURE GR. 3941

141 ST. & PACIFIC AVE.

Here's Luck to you pardner, welcome tq the big Parkland Round-Up Trav Dryer

DRYER MORTUARY 220 So. 134th

GRanite 3300


(Continued ftom •page lJ ade Cha1.rni!l.n Jack Bro"Yh, and proceeQ. from 96fh. andPacific south to 121st, :\~rest to. Park, south to• Gamield, east on Garf<ield t°' Padfi~, and south on PacWk oo .13Stli and• from there to the .R0uf1d-up grounds. This .wi11 . be one oL the colorful events o fthe entire Round~up and weH worth turning out to

ABOVE IS JUST PART OF THE RIGS WE SEND <OUT TO VISIT YORE PLACE, l'FN WE,, AIN'T CALLIN ON YUH NOW, JUST GIVE US A BUZZ GR. 8688. WE'LL SEND ONE 0 THE ~HANDS RIGHT OUT TO YER PLACE.

~ ele:Ye!} c\))bk foot Gibso11 U'l>~~~Jit •IIome .Freezer •V17ill cbe

al\fa1:'9ed.at:thisyear's·ParkU!.nd

~~!ldi-up. lt .• \VI11 · be•·. aiwarded .tp ~me•··~ortunat~ person .• at.·

lE!fidirig . one of ·.the followii;ig ROun<tiup events: Sh~riff Tex oree, .·Dance, and.. Ro~eo.. award ••~n be made• at_ y>s . rolJ.eo. Tickets for ;velltll 1JJa~ 'be pu~cirased · ~'!- tfi~ q~or. a!ld j_n a'livau<Ce at · .tli.~ Nati<inlll.]3~nk ()f W'ash~I1~­ tpn,· PQC'hel':'J .Johnson . Dmg; :Anderson Lulll'ber, •and Castle• map Insurance. Agency. To. assure yourseM of a ticket to the Round-up. event,. we ·suggest you phone . your reser\Tation ·.. to GRanite 8647.. These reserved tickets may be picked up at. the · Round-up grounds 30 minutes be!fore show time. ·

SALES & SERVICE

COUNTY REF USE CO. Your Local M K TRUCK Dealer

135th & PACIFIC AVE.

GR. 8688

a·ound-up Dance

Set·•for·····sat11rday By

Malcolm Seine

~~a'IF~(}ur pa.rt.nf)I' 11nd ~ashay e>fl,.out to .the. a!lilual. J;t°'und~up• .•. ~~eaj;Bresetj'laun's.£ipanaway · ~~~I.ion Satuf';dll.Y rligl1t'.·•DIJ.l1C·

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pr

yven.aell

~nff~' and.• his or~estira. •wUI s~art.l).t 9 p.111.am;l .c(}ntipue ii;ito · · the:;• ~?~~ of tlie )norning~ fJ;1fie •R:oti!llt.-l1:P .d~pce • is al"

'Y€e'

•WaYS a :PoPt11'al' •ei\"etl.t. on • tlie

1g-up ;ca:Ieif(lefr·. and. (}ne h YJ:!U cel.'ta~11l~ don.'t.}"'ll,nt .iss this ~ear.~TI(!k~t~ 11rf:!OJ1 the. same agel.leies as test pf the Round-up event ets,· namely:. l\~ati.onal· Bank of. jV8.'shington;. Pochel's, J-0hn· son's Drug, •Anderson·· Lumlber; and Castleman Insun1nce Agen· cy. Price is just $1.25 a head a.nd tiekets will also be on sale at. the door. Bo.th· modern and western squ.are ·\'.lancing ;"ill be J'eature~·, so . Phat :the. ,varieg prpi;rfilll wm appeal to all. '!'he.•• an11l.ll).l ·beard .·judging wi11 be .conducted at the. dance also . .and appropriate wm be ·awarded;·.

lit.

Above is Rid in herd on. the FL YING RED HORSE, keepirag it available foreveryone to use in your buggy

.ff.oR~~s'How·•· Thursday; June. 10, 7:~0

p.m.

At left (no down)· KNUTE WILLIS Salesman at. Poche l's say's to come in .and see 'what we .have, cause he'll t.rade give an fake.

Jl.JISll.()lt RODEO •·· .•... Friday, ·· Jt1ne 11,.1:00 p.m. ; SHERIFF TEX JAMl';ORE~ Friday, June 11, 8:00. p.m. L.JV~SJ~C~. SHOW .. • • S~t' urClay, June 121 10:00 a.n:i.

PABADE__,o··•saturday, Jtin-e 12; 11 :00 a.rn~ RODEO -- Saturday; JIJne 12, 2:00 p,m:. DANCE -'- Saturday, June 12, 9.:00 p,in.

JUNE CL.EVELAND In pi5ture above is a II decked. out to. ride herd on the type-

writer, to make out that contract on your new Stove, Refrig. T. V. or Freezer.

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BE SURE TO STOP IN AT

140th & PACIFIC AVE.

EL

DISTRIBUTING COMPANY GR~ 8624

Times journal v 9 no 39 jun 10, 1954  
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