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nesday, January 5, 2000 The Arlington Times -:o A3 J U a ar R" Forecast for Arlington and North Snohomish County All maps, foracuts= and data provided by AccuWaathar~ Inc. 2000 LOCAL 7-DAY FORECAST accuweather.com I Today ~1 Tonight i I Thursday I Friday ~[ Saturday I[ Sunday Monday Tuesday I ..... " ..... ' I/ Cloudy witha I IA shower in thel/ Cloudy with a Cloudy with I/ C*ood. w, th I/C,oudyw,tha Pa.,y sunny Mostly sunny rlingt0n man honored for pretty soon and we began twoman CPR We actually i,ewshowers ii evening, II few showers, br rS:'- -- i showers ], showers Ij few showers, andcold, andcold. brought him back a couple of times," said Pfeiffer. L 40 I ..._1 L..,44/38 L, 4ms i [ 44/36 I; 45/31 35/25 35/25 /ng, art attack victim on I-5 We kept going until the paramedics got there and THE WEEK AHEAD... NATIONAL SUMMARY THE WEEK AHEAD.. took over." Hall was transported tO an area hospital where he --Te-mm~ .... ~1 Storms will parade across ~e| -- I JPacific Northwest. then will divell ..... r ........ ~rlington Times was visited the next day by Pfieffer. ~l/ !~li~IIISuthward twards Texas befrell Tl"~T'~tliftinginto the Great Lakes regionll /' -~ '~ ~[~~ "When I went to the hospital the next day I was Ilduring the period In the East, ll (~~ 'ERETT- Arlington resident Ted Pfeiffer was talking with Mrs. Hall and I told her I was late that ~iil/~ i~)~~I '~ IIIsp~e warmth will be dminantllwith temperatures averaging 10-151 red last month by the Snohomish County Chap- day for a reason," he said. "I'm glad I paid attention in | Idegrees above normal. In theI Heroes Breakfast in Everett. Pfeiffer was named Pfeiffer was nominated for the award by Hall's ~ .... !: " West, it will be cold and unsettled. 999 Adult Good Samaritan of the Year and pre- family. Hall is alive and well today due to the quick I i::~ ' i '' d a certificate and a crystal medallion by Sno_ action on Pfeiffer's part. ,~,Jo ~ h,o. I~ I ..~C~-L*,,~'. ~h~.,"~ -- ~ sh County Executive Bob Drewel. Every December the Snohomish County chapter of Norm., .ore, .or,.= i~ ,1""""'--'"""--"-- June 9, Pfeiffer saved the life of Lake Stevens the American Red Cross honors 10 categories includ- Dennis HBII. Hall was driving his 18-wheeler ing Fire Rescue, Adult Good Samaritan, Youth Good on I-5 near Marysville when he suffered aSamaritan, Education, Animal Rescue, Military Rescue, Workplace Safety, Police Rescue, Medical Rescue and attack. Hall's truck began to swerve through Community Collaboration. Recipients are nominated on the freeway, on and off the median before to rest in the median. Pfeiffer was on the through published ballots and voted on by the selec- tion committee comprised of Snohomish County reel- behind the accident and swung into action, dents. a firm believer that I was behind Hall for a The awards breakfast when the honorees are that day," said Pfeiffer. "I was late for work announced is one of the organization's biggest fund I was picking up a newspaper and got stuck raisers. Last year the breakfast raised $55,000. This checkout line during a shift change at the gro- year's breakfast set an all-time earnings record of I was behind schedule that day and 1 hun-$65,300. it was because I was meant to be there." Every year more than 300 Snohomish County fami- saw brake lights in front of him and imme- lies are helped by the American Red Cross. In 1998, spotted the accident. He quickly pulled over to the Red Cross contributed $295,000 in fire relief to assistance. After calling 911 on his cellular families burned out of their homes. That averages out he grabbed a medical mask from his car and to $808 per day spent on fire relief activities. Approx- performing CPR on Hall. imately 92 percent of funds donated to the organiza- sh County Deputy came on the scene tion are distributed directly to fire victims. PERFECT SCORE Brooks lington ............... Times and a three-sport athlete. Before Merit Scholarship program, a semi- graduating from high school, hefinalist for the Wendy's Hiesman will be a ]O-time letterman in bas- Award, a recipient of the Masonic --- Josh Padgett, a ketball, football and baseball.Lodge Continuing Education Schol- senior from Darrington All of the extra-curricular activi- arship, one of only four students has achieved perfec- ties leave him a little pressed for in Snohomish County to receive a tion -- mathe- study time but he has found a way scholarship from the National matically, that to deal with that. Football Hall of Fame, and humS- is. "I do a lot of my homework on hated for a Principal Leadership Padgett has the bus going back and forth toScholar Athlete Award. done what games," he said. "I hate to admit it, Darrington High School Princi- many high but I also do a lot of my homework pal Ken SchutZ only has nice school stu- late on Sunday night. Like mostthings to say about this young dents may students I tend to put homeworkman and his accomplishments. believeto be off until the last minute." "Josh is an honest, earnest boy," impossible, he So, what does a student with so said Schutz. "He walks the talk. scored a per- much going for him have planned When he says that he doesn't drink feet 890 on the for the future? Padgett's reply to or smoke there is no reason not to math portion that question is shockingly honest, believe him. It was no fluke that he dreaded SAT test and He said that he is applying to Stun- scored perfectly on his math por- a total score of 1,450. ford, Lewis and Clark in Oregon tion of the SAT. He works hard in when I saw the scores and Harvey Mudd in California but school and all of the other activi- I thought I did well, has no definite plans as to what he ties he participates in. I have gone no idea that I scored 800," wants to major in. through the SAT test results from ~tt said. "My "I parents were know that whatever I do will Darrington all the way back to also." be based around math and sci- 1974 and no student from here thematics is not a foreign ence," he said. "But as for a career has ever achieved a perfect score ~t to the Padgett family,path, I haven't decided yet." before." Josh's dad, is the math Surprisingly, Padgett is not According to Schutz, Padgett is at Darrington High. looking forward to putting high a true leader and has a good rela- to Josh, that, in addS- school behind him. He said that if tionship with teachers and stu- being one of only three stu- he could have his way he woulddents alike. have taken part in the stick around a few more years "He respects the teaching staff rated math program, helped playing ball and just being a part and that respect is mutual," said for the SAT. of Darrington High School. Schutz. math is not Padgett's only "The one thing I am really going For Padgett, high school has subject, he carries a 3.994 to miss is being part of the clubs been a wonderful experience. He point average, and playing sports," he said glum- said many of his classmates are an A- in speech my ly. "I am really competitive and the looking forward to putting high year," he said. "If it thought of not playing sports any- school behind them and moving for that minus I would bemore is really a hard thing for me on to college and into the work- a 4.0." to face. I will probably play inter- place. don't let the good gradesmural sports in college but it won't For him that feeling is a bit dif- into thinking all this boy be the same." ferent. ; study. His competitive nature has been "I love it here at Darrington held various Associated recognized by various organiza- High School. I like everything Body offices, is president tions, about it. I'm even going to miss the Society, is active in He is a finalist for the National teachers," he said, smiling. Business Leaders of Ameri- member of the Darrington homecoming royalty, trees, books .INGTON __ Area youth are hoping to benefit from tristmas trees and phone Arlington Boys and Girls collecting old phone books of a recycling program con- by GTE. A eollec- in will be located in the )arking lot at 18513 591h through Jan. 14. ~h for each ton of collected. Last Year raised $1,500. For infor- call the club at 435-4442. Boy Scout Troop 29 is g old Christmas unflocked trees on the of your house before Jan. 8, for pick take the tree to the city lot next to the Arlington a.m. to 4 p.m. for the service will be Place donations in provided by the scouts donations to Troop 29, Scouten Lp. Road, Arling- 98223. Volume lll, Number 21 426 N. Olympic Ave., Arlington, WA 98223 Wednesday, January 5, 2000 Telephone (360) 435-5757 Member Washington Newspaper Publishers Association National Newspaper Association American Newspaper Representatives, Brooklyn, New York PUBLICATION NO. USPS 032-140 ISSN: IO96-7001 THE ARLINGTON TIMES (LISPS 032-140) is published weekly for $32 per year in Snohomish County, and $68 per year out of Snohomish County by The Arlington Times, 426 N. Olympic Ave., Arlington, WA 98223. Periodicals Postage Paid at Arlington, WA. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to The Pa'lington Times, 426 N, Olympic Ave., Arlington, WA 98223. 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