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PAGE TWO TtIE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASttINGTON, TttURSDAY, FEB. 12, 1953. Junior High Student Council Elects Officers The Arlington Junior H i g h School elected their officers for the Student Council on Tuesday, Feb. 3. These officers will rep- resent the Junior High, 7th and 8th grades in any school prob- lems. They will go by a School Constitution that is based on the Constitution of the United States. The candidates had campaign managers, and buttons that were all different sizes, shapes and mottos. No posters were allow- ed to be shown in the school At the assembly, the campaign managers went to the front of the auditorium, presented their candidate, gave their speeches, and returned~ to their seats Some of the managers gave plays, but ~'ells were given for each one by the yell leaders, Maggie Rezac, Judy Huffman and Irene Peder- son. After the assembly the stu- dents returned to their rooms where they were given ballots with which to vote. For the office of president, Re- gina Davis, Janet Seymour, and :Patty Ryan were candidates. The vice-presidential candidates were Maria Beilke, Lorelle Frederick- son, and Winona Hiett. The see- retarial candidates were f r o m Jtto Klein Has Approved Dam I An Ayrshire cow, Footprint's Prilly owned'by Otto Klein of Marysville, has been given the high rating of Approved, accord- ing to the Ayrshire Breeders' As- sociation Executive Secretary, Chester C. Putney of Brandon Vermont The Ayreshire Approved rating has been given to this cow in recognition of the producing abil- ity of at least two or more of her daughters The Kline cow qualified on two tested daughters t h a t average z,3~ lbs. of 4.5(A milk and 555 lbs. of butterfat on a twice-a-day milking schedule, Mature Equiv- alent basis /iiil}/ '!i(I ----------o--------- : Use Times classified ads -- busy. effective salesmen. RESPONSIBILITIES fall upon the shoulders of the young people pictured here, as they have been chosen officers of the Arlington Junior High School Student Council. They are: Front Row, left to right: Janice Taylor, Paula Schulberg, Bernice Groendyk, Richard Lohr, Eu- gene Elefson. Back Row, left to right: Janet Seymour, Marilyn Stedman, Winona Hiett, Dick Danubio, Denny both the 7th and 8th grades. Duskin. Eugene Elefson--8th. Korenel~ " Kraetz---8th, Marilyn Mattson--IV it" W N~re 7th, Patty Peterson--7th, Jackie I --*a* '' " '''~ Sigvartsen---Sth, and Ann Tait---l A~'~'Ta 7th. The candidates for treasur-I ~.~. er were as follows: Dick Danubio[ ~'~~ --7th, Vernon Kinney--7th, Lin- }}]~,Wm]~{| da Palmer--Sth, Ronnie Rod~I 8th, Bobby Sabo--7th, and Mac "~~ Wright--Sth. ,, ~ v The officers will be Janet Say- mour as President, Winona Hiett as Vice-President, Eugene Elef- son as Secretary, and Dick Dan- ubio as Treasurer. The next regular meeting of the Post and Auxiliary will be held Tuesday evening, Feb. 17th. All Auxiliary members are asked to be there early as there will be a short business session before the meeting is turned over to District No. 1 President Verle Hafner for a District meet- The following were elected as ~aom representatives to complete the Student Council: ]anice Tay- lor from Miss Ramsey's room, Bernice Groendyk from Mr. Re- deen's room, Paula Schulberg from Mrs. Yorke's room, Marilyn Stedman from Mrs. Hevly's room, Richard Lohr from Miss Griep's room and Denny Duskin from Mr. Sacksteder's room. The following students worked for three months contacting other schools and securing copies of their constitutions f r o m which they constructed the Constitution of the Washington Junior High School. J e a n e t t e Templeton, Bernice Groendyk, Bobby Nor. man, Shirley Marken, Regina Davis and Denny Duskin. BIG JOB or LITTLE JOB We are also ready to answer promptly LAKE GOODWIN Garden Club Members COMMUNIT, CLU ,o r oo1I ,or | A1 . O 11 JMEETS FEB. 14 near ADOU[ Deeas L a k e Goodwin Community ...--%nA tin~ nf helClub meets Saturday evening The February mee____o __ t , . , Arlington Garden Club was call-I Feb. 14 atSchuh s Park. A social ~ L J D _I_ pd tn ardor by Mr~ PmltTko in evening is planned and mere ~,rusueu nook .......... ~ ................. will be fun for young and old the basement of the Lutheran ~. church on Monday, February 9. ~veryone welcome! Or Four short descriptive poems o were read by Mrs Tom Tergeson. Nomenclature w a s given by Mrs. Pearson dealing with seeds of various kinds. There are many different kinds and sizes of seeds, ranging from the smallest, which is like a grain of sand to the largest, which belongs to the BEEKEEPERS TO MEET IN MARYSVILLE The Northwest Beekeepers' As- sociation will meet at the Veter- ans' hall, in Marysville, Feb. 15. There will be potluck dinner at noon. This will be a special business session. ing, it is hoped that there will be !coconut family ,and is raised on a good attendance from our own an island of Madagacar~ .... in the llr~rodo..... to sava tbo dntP of 1Vlnrob Auxiliary IfndianOcean ea.lled the Sea ~ nnd bring their hu~hnnd~ nnd ; ' .... ft ........................... ""~ American Trail Radio se-iCoeonut a n d weighing n y . friend if'~hov Ca rlaelra ~Ph,~,,~ The ......... - ............. ~ ............... , hich consists of dramatic pounds. UlliUSlOn oI seeds was ...;.-.~-,- ........ nes w " " d wm eu~u ue a plato and seed sam eha ters of our American history, lalso dmcussed. It was marne at thi~ rnP~tln~ p ................. b. may be heard for thirteen weeks that some seeds fly, others ear- over Seattle radio station KUOW tied in the air, some are carried After the business meetmg, the [every Tuesday from 3:45 to water and still others diffuse .memoers garnered around me ........... radio b" no'~'~ing open mteresung arrangements and pm and over l~elllllgllalil i~v vv . 's " en br h " " ednesda b the pec~m s ought to t e meet- i statmn KPUG every W Y lRoll call was answered y i -~f ..... i r which ng. u parncmar beauty was from 9:45 to 10 a.m. word propagatmn ,afte ~ h .... ~,~th ~,~,~ ............ t --------'---'-~----~----~ I the secretary read the minutes of'~)Zussv'wil~ows""Luncl~on"f~oi~ In Arlington - Phone 1344 J of the last meeting, a n d the i ~- ~and " - - I" " : RS r o eo was ~ervea oy Mrs KILLOUGH CLEANE treasurer gave her repo t S" ~ ' M ..... " _. , e~......~ . ...... * rent has ~eoman, rs. ~agiey, an(] wrs. Hat Blockin~ and Cleaning been raised, the members votedtanner. -Cool Summers; Warm Winters Key to year 'round com- fort indoors is good insu- latio'n. It me