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Home ram Inaugurated In This Area "This week marks the open- g in Snohomish County of a ~dallior Home program de- signed to increase living stand- ards by the use of electricity. Launched in this area by Sno- homish County P.U.D. the pro- gram seeks to enlist the acti ire participation of home builders Who will quality for the Medal- lion rating for their homes," according to A. S. J. Steele, man- ager. Medallion homes, briefly, are those which meet an indus- :try-established standard on ,basic major electric appliances, equate light for living and uate housepower and wir- Snohomish County P.U.D. has Joined with electric utilities across the country in sponsoring Live Better . . . Electrically Home Program which now in its fifth year. Key element in the program[ is a three-inch bronze or gold caedallion which is permanent- ly placed on new homes whichi lneet or exceed the exacting Standards established. Build- must incorporate the 'latest features designed for dthy, comfortable living in to qualify for the awards. the area served by Snoho- Lish County" P.U.D. this in- ultra-modern interior ....___o, utdoor lighting as recom- ' PARCEL POST ~ALE Arlington Grandmothers' Club will hold a Parcel Post Sale on Feb. 21 in V.F.W. Hall. The sale is the money-raising project of the year for the Grandmothers. Final details in next week's issue. ,~ mended by the American Home Lighting Institute and home wiring adequate to serve needs of toaay and in the future. At least five labor-saving devices such as range, refrigerator, freezer, electric water heater, and automatic laundry equip- ment as well as an electric comfort heater in each bath- room are among the require- ments for a bronze or gold medallion. G o l d medallion homes must be totally electric, including electric space heating. Snohomish County P.U.D. has been exclusively empowered to certify homes for medallions in its service area. This is the first homebuilding program ever to be jointly con- ducted by all segments of the electrical industry working to- gether toward a common goal-~ ~etter living for homemakers and homeowners. The Medallion Home Award is to a home what "Sterling" is to silver. It assures the home- owner of better living . . . elec- trically. More comfort, more convenience, more resale value. Further information may be ob- tained at any P.U.D. office in Snohomish County. ............ O ................. Times Classified Ads. GE 5-2498 1960 Big Year In Scouting The year 1960 was one of the busiest and most successful for the Evergreen Area Council, Boy Scouts of America, it was re. ported today by Mr. Addison Shoudy, president of the coun- cil. Last year was the move- ment's 50th anniversary. Mr. Shoudy said that the Ev- ! ergreen Area Council now serves a total of 5,357 boys in Cub Scouting, Boy Scouting, and ~Exploring. This total represents an increase of 171 boys over the close of 1959, he added. There are now 59 Cub Scout packs, 70 Boy Scout troops and 28 Explorer units within the Evergreen Area Council. There is a net gain of 2 units over the previous year. Serving these units and the local council as adult volunteer leaders are 1,432 men. Together with the 407 women serving in Cub Scouting as Den Mothers, these persons represent an in- crease of 24 adult Scout leaders, making it possibly the largest body of volunteers any one or- ganization dedicated to the cause of youth. The National Council of the Boy Scouts of America reported from its headquarters in New Brunswick, New Jersey that 1960 closed with 5,160,958 boys and adult leaders enrolled on Dec. 31 last. This is an all-time hig~d in active membership. Also, the 130,368 units represent the County P.T.A. To Meet In Everett Monday, Feb. 13 The Snohomish County Coun- cil of Parents and Teachers will meet in regular session on Feb. 13th at 8 p.m. in the P.U.D. au- ditorium, corner of California and McDougal, Everett, Wash. Camp Fire Girls will lead the flag salute and the invocation will be given by Mrs. Jake Rei- ner. The business session will fea- ture standing committee re. ports by the following chair- men: Legislation --- Mr. Tom Marsder, supt. of schools, Mon- roe; Welfare--Mrs. Will War- bus, Marysville; congress pub-i lications --- Mrs. Jack Pryor, Stanwood; reading azid library --Mrs. Emily Wilson, Snoho- mish County Librarian; Health --Mrs. Norman Helm, Snoho- mish. Election for nominating com- mittee to select a slate of offi- cers for the 1961-62 year will bei held with the election of offi- cers slated for March. The Interim Committee Re- port, mechanics behind it, means of recording material and how it can be adopted to largest total of these "service stations for youth" in its history. In its fifty-one years the Boy Scouts of America has touched the lives of thirty-three million Americans. Death Claims Rita Stephens ' Rita Stephens, 45, Rt. 1, Ar- lington, died Friday morning, Feb. 3, in a Seattle hospital. Born March 31, 1915, in Bronx, New York, Mrs. Stephens had lived in the Lakewood com- munity for the past four years. She was a member of Fidelity Grange. She is survived by her hus- band, Edwin K. Stephens at home, and one daughter, Karen Sue Stephens at home. Funeral mass was Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. in St. Mary's Catholic Church, Marysville, with Fa- ther John Noran as celebrant. Rosary was at 7 p.m. Monday in Schaefer Funeral Home, Marysville. Burial w a s in Marysville Catholic Cemetery. study in local school districts will be discussed by Nat Moore of the county superintendent's office. ) Mrs. Vernon Moore, State Board of managers, and Mrs. Will Warbus, District 8 secre- tary, will conclude the evening with a brief school of instruc- tion on the election and duties of nominating committees and unit officers. Coffee will be served by the Liberty, Emerson and Central units. This promises to be a full and informative session. P.T.A. members and interested public throughout the county are urged to attend. Davis Sells Business To Darrell Sapp In keeping with the national trend, that age must step aside for youth, Fred Davis of 509 East Division in Arlington, has sold his Septic Tank Pumping business to Darrell Sapp of Rt. 1, Box 765, Marysville. Fred has been in business in this community since moving here from Snoqualmie, in May 1947. He states that he has found the people in this area to be extremely friendly and trust- worthy. He would like to take this opportunity to thank all his customers for their patronage in the last 13 years. Darrell Sapp is also well known in this area, having been reared on a farm near Oso, where his folks still reside. He graduated from Arlington High School in 1956. He presently owns and oper- ates a drainfield installation business. Darrell reports the business name will be changed to Arlington Septic Service. O VALENTINE POT LUCK BY LADY LIONS FEB. 13 The Lady Lions will meet Monday night, Feb. 13th at 6:30 at the American Legion Hall. This will be a Valentine pot luck and they will be enter- taining their husbands and other Lion members. The planning and program will be in charge of Bonnie Hjort, Ruth Munizza, Katherine Batdorf and Margaret Lord. COUNTY AGENT COMMENTS By Al Estep Do you remember back fat' enough to the time when in or- der to get milk you either had to keep a cow or buy from a neighbor. Actually this t{asn't been long as time is measured. Now, however, the marketing process of getting the quality milk from producer to consum- er is complicated es pointed out by Dr. Elmer Searls at the Ex- tension Winter Dairy Meeting. Not only tl~ dairyman but the consumer both have a big stake in this process. It was interest- ing to listen to Dr. Searls point out the spots along the way where efficiency and ways of doing the marketing have been changed over the years. This in- formation was passed on to dairymen producing about 1C )er cent of the milk in Snoho- mish County. Lime Soon Already many farmers are sending in soil to be tested to determine their fertilizer needs for the year ahead. This is good because then they can plan their program to follow in the spring. For those fields where lime would be needed for proper growth this is of special im- portance. Through research it has been shown that best re- suits for lime is obtained it The Arlington Times 3 Thursday, Feb. 9. 1961. HETTIE LOWE GUILD TO MEET FEB. 15 Hettie Lowe Guild will meet on Wednesday, Feb. 15, at 8 p.m. at the home of Doris Fairbrook, 524 North Dunham. All women interested in the church are in- vited. the lime is spread and worked into the top soil at least two months prior to planting. This would mean that the .time is growing short to get the soil tested and results back to see if lime is needed. We have soil boxes in the office for those who wish to test their soil. If it is not convenient to drop into the office, write us a line and we will mail them to you. Water Many times water can be a limiting factor for growth or production for farm animals. Without adequate water the an. imals cannot either grow or produce and utilize the feed properly. In dairy cattle, water is important for the health and nutrition. Because milk is about 87 per cent water, a cow pro- ducing 50 pounds of milk per day needs about 44 pounds to replace that excreted in the milk. Cows may drink 3 to 4 pounds of water for each pound of milk produced or 3 to 4 pounds of water for each pound of dry matter. Lack of good clean water will cause a de- crease in milk production. I O VALENTINE SPECIALS ARE GOOD FEBRUARY 9 THRU 14 For Him or Her Stylish Elgin NEW 1961 DESIGNS $19.95 HAVEN'S IEWELRY "THE HOME OF THE KEEPSAKE DIAMOND" : VAI ENTINE GIFTS FOR HER GIRLS' PRETTY PRINT BRIEFS Sizes 4 to 14 Assorted' prints and colors. Long wearing cotton, and cotton and rayon blends. Full cut to Penney's size specifications! Machine washable at medium setting. WOMEN'S SIZES 32-44 ................................................................ $9e ! VALENTINE GIFTS FOR HIM PENNEY'S TOWNCRAFT TIES I Distinctive! A tasteful accent for any sport jacket or suit. 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