M.A.P. – Mainly About People
(Morning Olympian June 5, 1932)
On a trip to Yelm by way of Rainier, a few days ago we saw two large barns under construction, something that has not been happening in this county in recent months. Somebody must be making profit, for even at bargain prices lumber costs money. It seems good to see fresh boards lifted against a background, for it indicates a revival of confidence in the immediate future on the part of the farmer. And it likewise gives the lumber dealer and carpenter a bit of cheer.