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No. 40 Arlington, Wash., Thursday, If el). 1, 1951. Consolidated with Arlington Chronicle April 3, 1915. . . . .,,,"" . ,,, U, vy n" add Little Jim role Davis dl k 10n Ill Su!fers q.a ma, n, ,r | te, Destroys awmil I; To i',ebuil, I Pay S ecial Attention to Agriculture.--Will ~ ~ .~, ~ n . i g a welding torch No. 3, the big new pumper, I1 ..... ~ ....~" lm..* ..... a*.^..*.. ~~ ~ ~ [] in the hydraulic room. beneath was taken to the brink of Prairie p~u ,~uxvxx~ ul .~u.~L~xx~ ~x~a. ~i ~ ~ 1 the head saw rig, fire swept creek, where a suction hose was ue was again en- The Highway Department, Mr. : ~:i!~iiii::i~z~ii~:i~iil :~:~ ::i:~:iii~:~i~:~:~:i~i~iiiii~i~!~i !..i! i~i:~ ~. through the Union Mill at the/ dropped into the creek. With this t " Bu e said had "ust completed ~::~i~::~:::i::~: :. !~!~ ~ ~,~i ~ wye last Tuesday morning de- two 2x~-inch lines were siam he Arhngton Cam- gg ] ................. ::,~::, :: .................... ::::::::::~::: ~;~:~:~:~ :~:~,~:~::. .:.. . . [ . , . esed [a reliminar surve'" east of ~i!i!i)iiiji ~ II!!~i~i~:;iiiiiii!i~ ~{1 ~ straying most of the machmer rata a delu e set and throw , b as the route forArlington and had found a i~!!ii!!!! ~ ~ OH barrels beneath the mill backed up with another 2-irmh -a, in regular ~ipeet-lfeasible route which however, ~1 ~ [] ~ ~ added to the intenSity of theIline. The big deluge set demon- -~ city hall on Thursday would require' construction of :~ : ................................................ :: ;::i~!i:iiii!~: :,~ flames. , and gasmine containers/strated its value as xt ~mmedi- F~~!I ~~ i I ~ whlch ex laded also hel ed the atel knocke . a. 25. two bridges. ~{! ~ ~ ~ ~m .. . P P ~ y d d.own the raging at Harold Murphy all The department had also sir- ~?~ ~ ~ ~ raped_advance ofthe fire.. ~ . [flames as its stream, directS. - ' - MEL od avenue but con ~~::: ~ ~ I ~i:i :::::' a~tuouga the are compietetvltrom a strategicpoint awe te veyea e - *~:::* ~::~:~::~ :: : . - . P ported that hehad t _ - t- r ate inadvisable ~!]~;~, I ~ ~ ......... enveloped the mill by the t~me through the mill from one end ~pia with Director of] ~ it ..... ~d ..... ira dean cuts and ~:!~ ~ ~ [] ~;iii ::~i!~::~i the fire department arrived at[to the other. 1, W, A Bugge, who had fills that would in effect, cut the ....... ' ~ ~ ~ ,~;;~! ~! ~i !i~ii!iii;~ he scene, the co nflagratmn was/ As the blazewas knocked ' ~,.~: ~:: ::~:~'~ ~:~:: ::~ under control within a iew rain- .~ira t town in two ~:;~ :.~ ::~;~ down smaller hnes were hooked b~at the haul ]o- . "~ . . - ~ i B~~ .~:~ :~ ~ utes after the eqmpment swung/up for man un rvey for this proposed[ The department, it was saict, ~ii~ / ~~~ ~ !ii~ ~ into action. / ".. ='Z'-" . . _ WOUld be rn~do this lCnsmers the west . Avenue ~~!ii~ ~ ~~~ ~l ~ ~ No. 2 Dumper was conn~otod/ ~one oI the lumper stacked .... route the best yet fauna. II~q. ~ I~~~ mm ~ ~ to the h3;drar~t on the main~tl~a't/in the yard nor the loading der- r~- ......... I Following the discussion, it ~~~ ~ ~ [] ~ ~ was extended several vears a~o/rick' was. destroyed, the blaze e~:~y..statea that m mS[was pointed out that the Cam-! ~~}!~ ~ ~i~~ [] ~ ~ from the town water syste~r~ !acing connned to the mill prop- With the director, he [ mercial Club had previously: :'~ .... ~ ~;~~ [] ~..~ ~ This line prevented, s~read of I ~" ra~ed Mr Bu~e that l gone on record as favoring the ~ ~~ I~ ~.~fi~ ~ the fire to adjoining bt]-ildinus Many volunteers assisted the ~lCt had h ...... Irin~lWest street route, and the club, ~ ~ ~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ , .... Ill emen in dragging and man- 0a.~ . - .... .""'*'.'"~[ by vote, reaffirmed its choice of ~1~ I~ii ~~ ~ ~ ~ l~le[ ~ass It~ ~'~n~ I ning hose. i u ror a quarter or althis route. ~ ~ ~~..~.., ~ ~ k~ -- -- v ,.~ .... ~ I A great column of smoke ro~ :add received manY lA-riculture Committee ] I ~~ i~ ~ ~ ~ I"~r,~i-~ high in the air as the fire pro- out little nerformancel " I ~ ~ ~l~Y~i~ ~ ill~ ~ ~--,,., ~,vu~aau~aa a,,ress,~d .~.~.~ ......... , ...... trt o C.L. Marsh, chairman of t I Mel Sass ~. f the Highway De-] ............... , ......... ~d' I I .... ,owner of the Coast-[attracted to the scene. , ~d.l'. Rllt~tya~ et~tad thnt l agxxt;uJtu*,~ cu~x**x*Jttcc, x=Vu.*= ~ ~ J ~ .,.-I-/ --I [o-t:oast store in Arlin~t^-su., wl*l'":]~ lue'~" onion........... tVllll UP lS OWn~ ~ t - ~ ~T~'~'.~Z:~lthat the committee desired tol ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ leave b lane S ~ " o it tha.._i~ ,i,,,~,~ ....... ear ~ I ~ ] ~ I . . Y p aturaay eve-Jby W. J. Moody, of Marysvlll~ ~Urv nave tour meeungs at me y m :_ ey is made. He[ ......... sions I I I n g Ior ~v~inneapolis, where.he[and J. W. Whitley, of Everett, tow set aside mr special a~ w ~ 'ever, that there[ .......... re the I [] I I _ nx arena meannuai convert-land employed twenty-two men, o one on red xz tole~ttu e s tmn o~ uoast to ~;oast store own ' ome difference " " the ~ .... ' - - - as well as 10 men in two logging .n ill Arlington as to[ dairy", industry" . . .... In April oul ~ I ~ E ~ ~ era. The convention will last fourIcamps operated by them ~t~r this hi,,h~,~,i meermg would ~eature me p - hays ...... " Se!~tthl~Ju~smeamog~e ~ss~a e~h~je~r~Pm~i:ngwStirll~ckeeee~es~Oa~tt~o~i~ :~tt~drga~yO~:tnlgh:erP~ai~ ~wSn' ~;!pr~gte~/He b~ugllh']!~uth I ~vlr. wniuev stated that the --, O|d l~lul~hy [shortcake dinner be held, and is the sonar Mr. and Mrs. Basil Davis of Arlington. The young lady in theabove picture with'Jim will havegaPchaUree% l:?:waandlreb~ielt" .... * L dau hter of M nd Mr mm was also Known U ~'ilP~ ~'~! lin August a meeting featuring mie, is ou Anne Warren, 17 months-old g . r. a s. Darn Warren, of Arlington. the new merchandi~ far th,~lfho o~.,+.~...,~,~ .. ,* ,~ ^,.--~.a "-~ vaaa~,a~a [field crops. Lou Anne has succeeded in collecting $10.50 for the polio fund;Her, mother, head of the Hospi- new year. -" ............... cally'p=owere'~'~ro~l~aout= ..... d Murphy was chos-[Mountain Latin Road tal Guild is one of those young mothers staging the mothers march on polio. me apace photo L rer~resentative of[ ......... "- - ._ courtesy of The E erett Daffy Herald. I ..... ire~irls at the anl will r~. vera SpOKe on tne ....... "~ M " scenic resources of Snohomish ! f.theEv'[county, and said that he thought IdI( THFDq VII I MhI CH FDiI AV IUI H'I ,] lootl Control Grou,..._eets; uam ~lre t~lr/s , eafeteriaPof the Ev Ithe road eommitts ea ShOaU d, furi ITIWJII ILltO YY ILL ITirwll .,i U nmlmlL t- u I1l l iN Jl){7.11 Z D.,--....,4-.., ,W I..!..'! ~eh~OlhOn pMug~adaYlLngdt~t~w~gn:;adt bx~g~ehetl~Pe'roMmt.. , . ,-.....~. i ':hll' 1.J,~ L l.~Jl~l~,~ .t~L-,, O the other candidate] P - - - -~-- : Two Rural Homes Home Nursln Imarc~ o~ UlllleS [.~. Sttllaguamish Valley districts on the river from tt~ "re ....... ~ inence and ne suggested [nat o [ ~ ~ ~ r* / [ ~mod & Erosion t;ontrol Assoei- ~ mouth on u lneludin the v ~ent ~nls region '. i h " * " ' P' g mv~tatmns be extended to ne g des the northwest[ ........ " no.t....oA n.. Classe. To Beam l unve lO I.atmn met at the Arlington City [North and South Forks, will mat- . ^ .... r~orlng" communmes mteresceo in L~,,~.ow.a v y,~.UMembers hUSArhnaaa~ Fire 8 ~ D I Ihall, yrioav pniaht Jan 26de pat ......... damn w , -- -- When the siren sounds Friday' " ~, , . , vey their amtmcts to r.eport on ashmgtv., O,=gun th~s road to send delegatmns to whmh t~me re arts were ma llnz lg and. Montana.lsuch meeting r~ .... *,~,~,~ +f ..... t e n .,,,,gtno,,,no,, iMonday9 Feb. 5 I evening" at6 o clock,' and the[county Ent~ineer Earl Bar .... u[Y ge areas, and 111 report , rtas 13een servingWould Improve" Entrmace Roads "~'~" .......................... ~ .............. Smith S lsh church bells ring, ~t will be the and Mr E J Gulhd e o at the meeting scheduled for S re,resentative of[ ....... evening and again early Man-[ Miss Faye " , nohom" "1i~,,~,1 that Aetlnatr~n' o . _ g f theJApril 6. Following the listing of dsh ~(~o,,,','-- Camn[ o. t:. t~arpen[er, re/erring to day morning in resl~onse tO calls Island County Red :Cross secre-[~ ....................... .~ ....... .-:.-~[t~. a..~rmy ~ngineers. [these damage areas, the list will .... -' "~ *" road ro'eets s onsoreo o are on the march against poho. . Oth,~ .... h,~,[the . P J . PJ .... Y for help tary and several of the countyl ' " I " At the meetin officers werelbe turned over to the coin - ..... - . . t g | ty K. E'Kravik"'l~oar(l[the clad in which ~a~e alp is_ Sunday evening at 6:45 a call and'local nursing staff, met at ~[u~tislltbeflhsehmgnaltfrruP~rLh elected for 1951, and the meet-engineer. Estimates on cost~ o[ ~rt 7ann ..... ilt and l~ugn[' suggested that. ~t m came in fro mthe Richard Byde the home of Mrs John P. Ensei-i,~.~ , ....... n ~,iot t,~ i,~,..~'.:ling date for registration of river the jobs will then be submitte~ lce-r~residents; Mrs It.~me ~rimgmn..oo so.metnmg on place, 1 mile east of Edgecomb man, Monday, Jan. 29, to 'la.yl~t~"*~'" ~'~',.~',~"~'.i'~'*'"~lprojects for 1951 was set for/and the district representativea -- ~ts own regarding ~ts entrance tx seal / oehead, ...... ~,~-r,,tar,,:l.,, roads .......... ne su eaten mat the on the blacktop road. The fire- plans for condue .'rig a. Nur ............ mother who will::: .......... make the col-lApril 6. will take up the matter, with the, tateholl__.. , tro~uror ....... [ . , gg ~ , . men responded, but the house Instructor Course, m Arhngton./ leetmn" m" the block 1,~ ,_Officers eleteed were" J C{land owner, informing him of -~ "cmD urge the city counei~to wa o let 1 nv " Th t se" 's ~'* . s e mp e y e elo ed in . e Ins ructor s Cour ~S span- . " . " " costs. :.tgf th~owefne3UtieVre seek co-o.t~eratmn of the^State flames by the time they ~rrived sored by the American Red Cross., .Capta~.ned by Mrs. Helen Dus.[va:pen3e~lPr~sldentlA~J-Strata, .. leretrt' Ze[yge MMrnsl { "~Ll~re'~~:~'~hOO! ~ln:: tgr rU:prts' the ram-itnhSe PpiPp:e:p:rolCeJ~i~mn~,:ru~iic~ ] ~i,nli~:~v~t~eVer/n~ Ibel ~aans:S:eretary' "Ha~l~ o;;em,/E: Paciii,, .jHighwaY ~r, Mrs Gladys Bil" . "y me at the. time and ' g ' g l . " Cas .... " : :" ~-~ .'-- were all --*~-~ ';" +~-- '~ .... Classes The demands for -uch tncts of the community to tot Wo~lt l~ne {Bi~S i]~l|tln~llr~n ..... ~tzel~I~3we~ISara~ A_ , {af{an Ta MaeL room. Sme~l~in'g s~mot~'e, Mr. h*y~cl'e trained~.pers0.ons are pressingjdue cmverednw'thm theNhmur'k6 th7[~ County Engineer Barnwell's' Word'.was r"V--eeetve~''d Tuesday " ~rs ~ M J~mes " .................... opene4 the kitcnen aoor to in- to tne U1Vll ~e~ense movement,m e.--., ....... :~ .... .--:-'"~ ~-~-i:~.~-: ........ that $29,251.03 zrom t~o13t l~1011is of the exetn~- -- " r canvass and report to neaa nan 13een spent on aver bank ~r~" ~'~ ~,~ : Are you a mother of pre- vestigate and found the entire have a First Aide and some- "l " tive committee af the En.~t Pa F~orenc~"Johnson ~chool a~echildren or interested room ablaze, one w!th Home Nurs!ng know- quarters. ..... [pro_tec~on ~.work during the cific Highway A-ssociation:-sl~at- h., Mrs. Herman in them . L~ .s .you are urged, to It is thought the fire started, ledge, m every, name, as a ha- .... tne determined etmrt is Dd- year vau t)~ [ms amount adair ing that bills for future devel- Ray ~tt,~ f~nrn ]attend the first regular meeting from the pump situated in rear t~onal security measure, mg made to raise $1,150 as Ar.]$6,000 was contributed by land opment of the East Pacific I-Ii~h* an~i-'~r~'"~a*'~" of the Pre-School Association on of the house. There being no Classes for nurses from the lington's quota in the Snohomishiowners. v~ay had been introduced in both l~onroe: ......... Tuesday, February 13, at 8 p.m., water supply the firemen "con- Arlington, Darrington and Start- county polio drive, as the de-[ The various jobs, and their hot~se and senate at Olympia-~