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I day 'ctrie II ,, $10; | ed, $5~-- Arlington, Wash., Ttittrsday, Jan. 22, 1953. Consolidated with Arlington Chronicle April 3, . _ J1. ]mnity Ch t Short R. 2, li Qt ota ' and ~eeting of the directors ~. F; JArlington Community nero\~g.anization, held last ~ight at the city hall, 1 st~report of Alton Funk, )'Co~,~irman indicated that ..... lhad fallen short of the ~,$1239.11 being collect- ~ta being $2,500. ~e is a balance in the ~E~qift over from previous ~:directors ordered the ~as set up in the 1953 ~paid as scheduled. are as follows: Local Riflemen Defeat Candos Traveling to Everett 1 a st Thursday the Arlington riflemen defeated the Condos by a score of 1911 to 1858. This score is the highest one shot in the county since the adoption of ten shots in each position instead of five The previous high was 1904 also shot by Arlington. Leading the way for the high score was Ben Knudson with 388. which is only two points below the county record. Close behind was Clayton Grant with 387. Grant has shot so many high scores in the past years that for him 387 is just taken for Grant- Bud Peterson, t30 Lenore Ave., east of the ball park to Fifth son of Mr. and Mrs. Porter Peter- street son of the Peterson Grocery, be-I This improvement will consk~. came a councilman last Friday]of laying a 6-inch main frm~ night, when he was sworn in by]Third and Lenore, north aero~ Attorney J, P. Mathews. Mr. Pc-I Halleck Field to northwest oar- terson will fill the position vacat- ed by the resignation of V. X. Johnson, who recently, moved to his new home just outside the city limits. The term will expire in June. The council session was held Friday instead of the usual sec- ond Monday, because of absence of several councilmen on that date. ner of field, with extension Lenore north of field, where ~o hydrant will be Installed. The ;six-inch pipe will also be extemi- ed east within the ball'park to Alcazar, thence north to street, to a connection with the i present main at that point. Thet~ will also be a 4.inch main ~, tended north from the ball park ~Children's, Home....$100 High man for the Candos was on Washington to Fifth, and[ |:~ .Children s Home.. 100 Art Jarboe with 384. Sunday, Jan. council'sRutine time,bUsineSSduringtkwhichthe theFifth,samethus OncompletingStillaguamish,the tu |~_~Children's Home 2001 25th, several of the Arlington ~' ~.. Program ............ 75 shooters will travel to Anaeortes the December bills totaling ,$5,- and eliminating dead ends an . Patrol .................... 50 to compete against shooters from 849.88 were audited and allowed; small galvanized pipe now serv- a letter of resignation from Night ~ing this area. ~eanI~Iospital ................ 150 all over Western Washington in d Camp Fire ...... 400 the N.R.A. registered tourna- Marshal Wm. Ueland was re- In addition to the new hydrant |~Council Boy Scouts 400 ment. There is no team match ceived and the resignation as- on Lenore, new .fire hydrantN HE:Council .................. and shooters compete against cepted. Plans for a considerable will also be installed at W~h- Ig][rrt Hi.Y .................... 1500 improvemen{ in the water mains ington near ball park and at. each other for medals as one in- I;~y ............... ' .......... ~0 dividual instead of a team. were presented by Clarence Hun- 4th and Alcazar. Team Scores TWO HUNDRED SIXTY-SIX inches of nickles, totalir $18,30, are on the tape that the Fifth sen chairm~n of the water dent There will also be installatimm =~ .... graders of Miss Gray's room at the Roosevelt school are holding in the above picture. There are o,,~m~to,~,~n Attorney M~tt~'" in the new Wrobleski additim~ ~ Arlln ton ............... "-~, ~"'~ ~ ..... " ' e,, .~ .. ~ g. ~. 32 in the room, whmh went 100% for support of t he poho drive, o ..... ll~d ~ttantinn t~ the n~ where a 6.meh main will ni-~ .................. , ....... ,p,~ ~,o.,u ~en ~nuason . 388 ................................... " '.-*, ,-.--- "-'--- ~-,*'- -*-----'- ----*- i~i~r the year 1953 were Clayton Grant"::::.::::::::::::::::: 387 ...'_ = .... ~ .= J= = =: ---- sity of rewriting ~r aamending a~" ~n~e'rs~onUtof ~t~h n~ |il~. follows: Alton Funk, Lloyd Hartley ........................ 382 J~iflt~hl[~l~@z I~P~h ~A~ I~AI~ |h||F~U |~n =JILlm ' me town s sewer era n n . Clara extendin~ south on Clar~ .S. ..... Marshlam, vice- Chet Bluemke .. ................. . 377 |IUII~IO ITl~ll/lhpli ~ I~ll IIilMII~UM~ 8MII= ~-~ A letter from Mrs.. N. P Pete son ave. to Fourth. thence west i~Ohve Rodd, See ; How- Gll Russell 3771 _ __ _ granted permission to zasten Fnurth tf~ ~Io~4~- a fi~,~ hva,~,~a- ~" i~r, Treas. Thomas Ter- --I ~,nP#~n ~liU ~l~i~| ~b~l~ A~ Wi~PD~ / wlre to the A. O U. W building will" be placed at corner of Clar~ |~ Jack ~ammer were Total . ....................................... 19111 ~|i~|i ||l|i q~i~gHIII ~PUR U| IIFIMiq~B| mr suppor~ oz me tranic lignt at and Fourth ~irectorships previous-Condos-- [ " ' ' m ic d, " Third and Olympic avenue. Installations in Wrobliski All, K P Muller and the Art Jarboe The 1953 Mothers Marcn, spun- West of ely p , from Stun - Roadnorth side of County Road .... . y ............................ 384 . . [ ..... The council also ordered a call dltlon will be financed by Mo4- ~t ! ~_ Meter Adam .~ornf~r~, .'47(I sored by the Hospital Guild, wllllard OH plant to Dlv~slon~Ellen[---Rosle Bjorn ~nd Florence ~.. ~.~,~ ......... u ........u....... ~..n.~...~_ are Hu~a,d^ ....... Pal .... r, Horace Shaw ........... 369 take place on Thursday mght,]Hollenbaugh and hce Moe, Thompson ............ : : " , ..... Jan 29 when Mothers will make ' " si er~ improve water mmn~ sewer ~rmnauce leux and Jens Jensen, Enck Engstrom 368 , [ Div~smn, south de, to Hall Fourth and Dunham to County e ~,~,,o ,, Pea ...... [ G. Radke .................... 367[theirhouse-to-house c,alls as)Bridge (west of tracks)--Virginia[ Road and north side of County Mr. Hanson, for the Water De- . A ttorn y Mat.thews called- ]~ear;-D.~'~)unning,'Jack[ ....... : .................... ___[ partof the campaign to raise[Murphy and Frances Sessoms. [Road--Frieda Pierson and Lois partment, asked permission to ~%~[~no~Oam~eri~%l~:h |~ar~a xr,.~... ..,, .... I Total ........ 18581Arlingtons quota in me ponoI Divisi-n north'to Hailer east ~ Wilson. call ~or ~ias mr purcnase oz P .... " .... '_'4 ,~:,~wm- ~Nl[:~ti~', ~.,,~,,,~,o~.~,,[ ... " ............................... [fund drive, now under way. It, um~:4"~,~ Mary Runat ': [ ~" .... th s,~a ~ .... h tn C'nuntv concrete-asbestos pipe and fit- gesteo, tna~ tne zown.s orolnanee ,~!% ..... ~; ......... J~'~.._ . ~ ......... ,--~ -- -~ ~ ..... ~"~"--'" - ..... ~- -~. .... Y.''.:'~';~ "~ '~--"-'~ tings for improvement of the snoula oe amenaea to guam ~n [ ] nousenomers are as~eu to ~u ] ass and Olive Rod, East from Broadwa to ed e of reuse norm sloe oz bounty ttoaa Lea lie h t e Y g ' system in the area northand against pollution of river througk :!; in 1955 y g , operate in the driPS. W en h Town. Division throu h Burke---i--Helen Bergan and Jackle Ham- ~)oss'ble "nt du on f ~olha " r h g ~ l I re cti o - : o siren sounas at b p.m. po e B il "rt mer ~ ............. "---- rs voted to extend " " o " onne Hlo. tant from industrial oroth~, of thanks to the Starts Play ll )*s should beturned n, slg- French and Third to east of] Lenore, Gifford, Washington Ltd. Cdr. R. J. Shea waste matter. The action sterna - nlIyln mar a aonauon awaits ~_~s that made dons- I Four teams in the City Basket. I,~A ...g~.^.. ~.~ ,~,~ ~,~ ~oltOwn, between Division ~ and I a n d Stiliaguamish -- Lucille ~ . . from the experience at Kent t~. ==m~e fund, and also to~ ball league got off to a start| ~:,=_2,u~,,=, ,~,,, y,~ L~..:~.,2,= I Third--Betty Huber. : : [ Wangsmo and Cecelia Sabo. ,' l el:l g to uons- eently, where a heavy kill of fish ngnt snoula oe turneo o~ as -- -- - ~assisted in the canvas, Wednesday night of this week in[....,n .~ +,.~ a^~...,_.. "~s beenI Between French and Olympic,I First and French, east to Coun- r .......... I life resulted .from industrial /~ l~eeting will be held[a twenty-four game season,[:~'~~, :"~,.~'~'..'~,".o,.o.t !between Fourth and Division~ty Road, south of First, includ- . bpeaKmg, at [ne .Lions .clue waste. I~ Iwhen Union Oil tangled with[~,~',~'~",~,.~"~,'~'~ "h",~[Marge Smith. / ling north side of Granite Falls last Monoay evening, . sieur.-! Traffic Light P ~ [Mickey s Five, and the Navy met [ ~.~ ~"*.~..+,....~ " ..... ( Between Maple and Co. Road,[County Road---Rita Arnot. Commanuer ft. J. ~n.ea,.o~cer. mi Councilman Dave Helms ~.L lr~ ! [Darrington at the Washington['~,~ "'.'~. ........ . _ [west of Olympic---Betty ThomaslGuild to Meet icnar.ge of tnel~avy ~aolo ~.at)onlported that the traffic light had '/ ml balance J school gym. [ ~nouia anyone ..~)e mlsseo,, a[dnd Phyllis Sarkisan. [ The Hospital Guild will have a l at .J~m .~reeK, .gave some m.~er-}been repaired, and is now ready ~ ~--. I.,-, ~ The four teams will mix it in[can ~o .~r. u.. b..~amon,^cnalr-[ All of Olympic Avenue--Helenlmeeting at Lucille ~Wangsmo's]esung slaenghts on tne statlon,[for installation. The light wa~ ===~.~- at ~,nd Isix ~ames each for the first halflman o~ne polio arlve, a~ o~.a pe-IDusltin" ' [Wednesday evening at , 7:30!its. purpose, ana capstructin[damaged when struck by the | -- --- ..... l~.a~'+~. .........~.~..~. ~.. +,..[rween ~ aria .7:du,.,wnt 13rlng[ Jensenville and south side oflo'clock, January 28th, to a~quaint proD[eros. [boom of a crane l~ast fall, and h~ ~.,. t.= ~""'= "'~"'~'=" *'" ~"=someone to ICK' U the oonation ....... ~t ].~.~ ]second half season ] P P , . .[Gramte Falls County Road--Shlr-[each member with her territory,l The station, he said, will belbeen out of commission ainu.. I" .,~oL. I ..... " ...... / Mothers who will take part inlley Thompson and Marya~an For-|If you are not assignea a ne~per, lthe most powerful communica-lPermission was granted by Mrs. il ........... I uouoie neaoers wni De pmyeo/the collection and their assi~,nedlsvthe lease recruit one and brin her " ti . et built It will dif: els P ers ,~tsn t)alance o~ ~o~,-leach Th .... ,~ .... ,~,~+ ~, *t,..,i ' ~ , . [p g ]tlon sta on y . ]N et on to attach suspea- ...... ~ s ......~ are as follows I Fourth and Mcl~eod to Count {to this meetln ' v erlea e s w I~all funds, as of Jan llWash. - " "" "': ._ _ /territorfes : Y " g fer from the oice of Am " , h ~ ionire to the Workman build, ,~-C.~v-y ulty xrea27re~ sure'-r xngmn gym, .ana on wee-| Said, in that its impulses will not In g, thus the light can be sus- r~~Yor~reto the[~e~hdaaY~ g:mes.w~ll be p!~Y%diM~,,i, ,,~ l~;--~o IA 1. ~ r~ ~ fxoo [be beamed at a target or area,[pended a little higher than pt~- .,~tw, auu ~-~,,~g iW~.|~.u ~ IJ~u~;o but will be eneral eoverln VloUSl at the council sen- t n .... " ' " g ' " g " Y' o /, ,, ... Arnngmn t3 lce la ov the earth's surface and[War Memoflal ~s~'i:)ec.~'~'was The schedule for the first half[%,Ollecuon t,rows I~ T .! ~ " T ~.. " [under the sea I A report was made of a special : . ~is as follows .... -- " v council meeting held Dec 15, at nd receipts durlng~ " . , Dr L S Batdorf, chairman for Construction problems ha e , . " ~~~.e~s3"8dwith' Jan. 21-- Umon vs. M,ckeys;[._ =_.:" ....... IUnaergoes ]:'ace Ltttmg [been man-'andvaried [which timetheAmerlcanLegl~l ~ ' " ' v " tne lviarcn oI ulmes, reports that y ~. S~of~$'~,~8~(~. JN~yat)Darrlngton. ...........]as of Jan. 19th, $88461 has been] What many people thought,tional lighting fixtures which[ Los{ week, during the high]requested permission to erect, a - ,~ u~**u~ v~ ~avy, lwicl~SUltaDIO war memorlai at me were from taxes,[~,7~'~ n~..,-......." "[collected, and 355 cards havelwas an unused furniture ware-twill be installed by Conrad Hage.}wind and high water, one of the] ......... boards; $152.33; -'fan.'~_~n~o~n'nat Darrington;/been returned, of the 2,353[house has proved to bethe Ar-[ The new installation comple-Jequalizing towers became under-]~l~nm~am par%at, n~n econuan~1 admission tax, Mickey's vs. Navy [maims out. nngmn pos[ oznce, ana me manY~tety changes the lobby of theimined, and the extra straint,r~nt~n .... ~'~ ..... ,~ ~__ Dept., $4,599.96;i Jan 29---Navy ~"s Darrington;] Collections, according to his[ rumors heard around town of[ )ost office, Instead of occupying]caused by the high wind result-[~ision ~tha~"~'l'~-~"~ sub~ntf;~ $722.27; censure-[Union vs Mickev's" [report, have come in as follows" ]races peering petween me]the space across the front of the[ed in the tower crashing. On bat-it~ t~,~ ~,d:,~.,~ ................ I Feb. ~--Union'vs: Navy; Mick-JR. 1, 43 cards, $81.15; R. 2, 37[crates stacked high in the.sup:] apartment, the lobby now will belurday, last week, a eonsiderable[~"i~'wasal'so'renorted that at tb~ , rds 50 13 R poses warehouse nan mr~ ou~ earth slide occurrednear me "- - --- , Current Ex- ~y s at Darrin~ton. ca , $ ; . 3, 38 cards .......... on the south side of the room, " " snecial -.oe~ ......~ao.o~,~.. Water Dept, $2,-Feb 5---Navy vs Micke 's; ,$77.60; R. 4, 53-cards, $81 03; R ~o oe me local postal employees and will be long and narrow transmitter building, w~s ~iven"~o~m~tter"of~'~'~'~ ' " '' " Y ards 020" " " vainly trying to get a glimpse OI W" " " . . ~ .............. r~ Debt._ .... _ $525 52", Darnnuton vs Union 5, 33 c , $5 . , Arhngton, 110the weather from ............... betweeu pack The rearran ement Ill put the Some hmited tests of the trans- Clvll Defense rescue equipment, $46.33; Street The ~econd half begins Feb. 11 cards, $237; Pinehurst, 1 card, $7; " general de~eery, money order mitter have been made, stated which is available The