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Arlington, Wash., Thursday," Feb 15, 19511. Consolidated with Arlington Chronicle April 3, 1915. Products Purchase Mill Site R. Meier, president of Products Co., op- sawmill, planing mill on the north- former Arlington ~val Air Station, up- the council Mort- With a proposal that granted a long- the property or permitted to pur- informed the court- had in- over $230,000 expansion plans because of un- as to the status of the figures showing payroll that is in the corn- plan are pro- a spur track for and to facilitate the erection of installation of a connection with now in opera- stated that the eom- secured a survey of of tbe field required, include about that por- be required if were to be east. rport is under in- lease to the city avy it is necessary be forwarded to items of busi- by the council of a po- the place of 'wresigned. Several ere received, and and xecommen- ncilman Johnson police commit- Garden Club Enjoys Bird Program New wings of enthusiasm for our feathered friends we r e sprouted among Arlington Gar- den Club members on Monday, when guests, at their meeting in the Lutheran Church social rooms, were six happy young- sters who received their awards in the recent bird house contest sponsored by the local club, and all listened attentively to a talk on "Birds." Mrs. W. S. Paige, of Everett, who has been a lover of birds since her childhood, gave color- ful word pictures and descrip- tions of the habits, characteris- tics and calls of a great variety of our northwest birds, telling of many of her own unusual ex- periences and observations. This enlightening .talk, the presence of the youthful enthus- iasts and the pleasure of inspect- ing the 30 well-designed houses on display at the Arlington Cash Feed Stord window, awakened the club members to the value as well as the pleasure and beauty of birds in our gardens. When one considers the enor- mous number of aphids, bugs and worms that one pair of ,birds will rustle in feeding a family of young beggars and themselves, a nice home for these songsters is one of the finest assets we can add to our gardens. It will pay dividends and be a joy to watch. The Winners Checks .of $1.00 each were presented by Mrs. John Wrage, chairman, to the winners as fol- lows: Curtis Holm, Tim Chad- Hey and George Groendyke in the8-to- 10-year group; James Ream, Gary Norman and Floyd Langdon, Jr., in the 11- to 13- year group. The two houses judged "Most Suitable for the Bird for Which It Was Built" belong to Curtis Holm and James Ream, and will With a Chinook wind raising ed when the dike along thQ the temperature to 55 degrees, and accompanied by a continu- ous downpour throughout the Stillaguamish valley during Thursday night and Friday, the Stillaguamish river rose to a height of 19.22 ft. by 7 p.m. last Friday, resulting in one of the worst floods experienced in the valley in many years. Roads were closed north, west and east of Arlington, as the water rose over pavements. On Highway 1A, north of the Huller bridge, water covered the road; one bent on the north approach to the bridge was damaged. This was repaired by Sunday, the state crew getting on the job quickly. Meantime vehicles were not permitted over the structure. West of town on the Silvana road the pavement was inundat. N. P. Branch Line Suffers Damage The Northern Pacific line from Arlington to Darrington suffered considerable damage as a result of the recent flood, a slip-out occurring at mile post 4. There were also two washouts at Hal- terman spur, where 100 ft. of road bed went out on one end of the bridge there and 150 at the other end. Another washout oc- curred at Fortson. The repair crew started work Tuesday making necessary re- pairs to the damaged spots Sev- eral carloads of rock have at. rived on siding here for the fills, and it is expected that the line will be open to traffic in about a week. : About twenty men. were em- I ployed on the train and work crews. south bank of the river wma breached near the Jack Kletlm place On the Darrington, or North Fork road, water went across tl~ pavement just east of the IAn- coln bridge, but the deepest wa- ter on this road was at the east end of the Cicero bridge, and just above the Aldridge place, where a swift current pour~ down the highway. Try to Save Dike County trucks and Arlington Sand & Gravel Co. trucks put up a losing battle on the dike west of Arlington until late Friday night, in an endeavor to keep the rising water from crossh~ the dike. It finally broke over, however, and began eroding fast that the dump trucks Term unable to overcome it. A breach about 80 yards across finally opened up, sweeping the road gravel across the fields a~! pouring a flood of water through the fields. The breach in this dike seemed to alleviate the pressure some- what on the north side of the river, "where most of the real- dents were marooned, for the water dropped there a few inch- es during Friday night. Friday afternoon Paul Van Horn of the Arlington Fire De. partment, and J. Harvey, highway patrolman, manned a boat and succeeded in movix~ Mrs. Oscar Huffman from her home to the Groendyke place. Other rescues were made by other members of the Fire Dept~ Chief Arnot, A1 Lamp, Warre~ Perrigo, Mickey Ryan and mem- bers of the Coast Guard, assist- ing the Krischano family, Mrs, Mary McCurdy and the Delbert Kemp family to places of safety, At the Kemp home (the old O Club To Wognild home), 'the water had, entered the house. The rescuers be entere0 in the district contest was chosen for by the Garden Club committee. HOld Skati-- Part" ~nr getting the furniture )3 ........... Honorable mention and con- 1~ y .n~ g. p aces in the house :. ~,~ uL ~c, g~atulations for their participa- The Teena~'e Club of the De t)e~ore taking the family out. ue, Dee. 11, 1927.ilion and good work go to every gree nf 14nn,~rnot in tho V l~ ~,7" The group then went to Cicero of St Martin s ~, ~ ...................... ' . . one of the other contestants Hall on Monday evenin,, with a lwhere Mrs. A1 Megard an ex- a nau one yearI who were: Edward Stulbe, Doug , large ~,roun of ~rnember:~'nr~nt pectant mother, was 'removed ~Ollege He also e o ~, ~ -~ r ..... ~_.+. ~: . + ,[ Hall, Michael Stakofsky, Mike AND THE FLOOD CAME -- Upper, looking across SoUth Fork of Stillaguamish from Lin oln ]A business meetina was held from her home and brought to ~2at.~le lviercnants ]Larson Tommy Forsman Chas. bridge, Vernon Bjerkaker home surrounded by flood waters. Lower, south approach to Haller I,.+th ,~o,.b wm .... ~ ....;m..~. town. -arrlea . , . - ....... ,-~,,,,- ~x,,,,,,,s,, ~"=~"~'"~" Truc ~.. [Ream Craig Parker, John Ar- bridge -- Photo by Ellis [Carolyn Th~mncn, w,~ ,,,t~n~; ks in Trouble ntrances " ............... - .......... ~ Two n ar " t ........... I not, Bill Arnot, Bill Schult, Don- ,~ .... ,~ ........ .... . .-- . + ~ I [secretary Tho rnornbor~ do, oldodl eserious accidents oe- ,e'n~ra~ne~-ets~ree~tes~ter ald Charier, +Roberta Carlson, l).lt.l,A. Keports lt:lub Will hxplmt I .xperts [to hol-d"anot her s'kati'ng" pariy eurred on Friday night as the ,-+ ++++o ++ara ++ars+ , + arO 0-'--''-'+ '++'-''"o+ +0-++ ,o+, ++m++ +++ +n+" +++a ++ ++++' + + ++++'+ ~ p.osed +mprove-I McDonald, David Schuldt, John ~Jql #.c+t ill ~,,ass,,zus jr ]Feb. 22. -- Speakers will Dis-[ who are members of the North-[pl~r P "!maelstrom at the broken dike as o ueclaea, nowever,[Larson' Ted DeMarce and'Char-The herd of Peter Van Soest,['cuss Various Phasea of Ira- west Co-op Breeders Associa- te2hthatrbaYothe next meeting Hayden was dumping rock into n every way pos-] lot Avars in the 11 to 13 year ~....h.....~ .... ., *~... ~.~...~ ^~ ^,.,,~[ portant Farming Industry [tion will have an opportunity[~'~,~""~n~i]'~,~,~,"t"h"~' ~'" ithe breach. He got out without fro+ ~,eState " " ~ ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,~,1, .~.,~ t,,~ ,,~,,, ,t ,~+ . ' ' ....... ~ ............ ~, +.+~ ~- ..... ss -- HIghwayJgroun ~ ......... [ As the f~rst of a series of ~pe-[to get some of their dairy prob-[:~, .... ,. .... , , ..... :~ ,,,,~ ~jury, and the truck was pulled l'l r ~wcl~x$ ~aac a/lu A~UIi~IUC , ng someimprove-] ~,~.^" ................... [(mrlsnansen, LaKe ~[evens, were[cia1 meetings to exploit various[lems answered by experts fK~he[served ShirU~,-,, -,,-~-,~ ~':,~'~ out by the grader. [p~b~- ..................... ]le n the large and small[phases of the farming industry,[dairy field. [e~i the director with +*'" "'-'--'- The other incident occurred l Ordered lure-tri'p to the Hawaiian Is'[divisins of the Snohomish[same to include Poultry,Berries/ Earl S. Hope, County Exten, lThe next business meeting of n the truck driven by Otto .... a call for l ~,,n ~r~ ~r.~,~ ~,,tT~ nro~i,(]Dairv Herd Imnrovement Associ-] and Field Crops, Dairying will[ ;ion Agent, says Dr O A. Shawltl~e Club will b~ h,~,~ ,,,- ~..,,n~., Harrier hit a n undermined d~-- l.a at the CityI en ~t th,, b,,sine~s meetina Mrs [=+~,~,~ e,~ th .... ~, nf ~ ........ [be the subject of thefirst of Iand Dr R. E. Erb will be speak-[evenin~, March 12 when all the snou!der on the road near the n~: nigH.t, ~'eD. ~/,,i Joh~Wra~"renorted ontl~" oo~[? .... _:..+ ~?~ 2:. ....... \ .... ""'~'[these meetings to be held Feb.[era at the Annual Meeting to belofficer~' and members are re- wrigHt place, just east of the Pos~tn:n~ate-s," ~,-rl response ]'n the bird house con.facerain_g, to me report Just re-[22nd: This will be 'an 8o'c]ock[held Friday, February 23, in thelquested to be present, t[vmCOln oriage. The truck went Will De] to~t Whirtv houso~ fur nur feath ]leased. THere were 5748 cows in|evening meeting [o t)e neia at[Sears Farm Store auditorium, in]" ---------------o o er on l~.s sine, our ~ar. tiaIner ~aerne ~hhOSeH t~rms 3[ghdtf~e~dwSel?:dye:Y lo~dS ~r:vme[24:nh2:?:ngt2Stm~thh:22s:;~[ tah~ ga~YyCUn~e C:s;mbae~?~, and[aEtV~tt'pThe meeting will startlTommy Erickson h~n~her ~daThipter~~?s District Convention of Garden]108 cows culled out. ~P j : Y[ing One director " 1e ,ickson is'the new champion of Satu .....: ......... on, 70, father rs will re ort P ast Stanwood representing the , ,. . ]who can furnish ca " P I~.:.'.n~ ,.. +~ large division in [E .. . , ~ ti . Ins possible should plan to at- ett s champion, Tim Price, m the since Frlda nm . The also 42~UdrsSwna Arl.ing'/to her. All who desire to go tO[cl~u~'ed'"tl~ose o~' Louis Albe~!~Ygginracking ~"orwHicH iS[tend the annual meeting. Mr.[first round, both sharpshooters called on thY~ A.~hCu;Yfam- ,ua"'~ r" : s alrec-[ Stanwood and attend the noon[.qtnnwnod 22 cows and an aver- [. . g a ptan~. . .~: - .. nnmg[Hope, feels, sure that dairymen[hitting 19 out. of 25 shots. In the ily, aided Mr. Shoup to get to a '- ark Zoo, be-I luncheon must make reserva.[~,,~ h-tt~fat nroduction of 464]~resn wno~e ml~.K, W. r. renneY, lwill find answers to some of[playoff Erlckson connected for the barn where the cattle were :heaeart attack Sun-[ tions through Mrs. Stout by Feb.[~,~)un~s.~oln~{ Oien, Arlington,[ iv, dr., bnonomisn uoun.ty L~air.Y:]their problems from Dr. Shawteight out of ten while Price-5on- found high a~d dry. Later Mr, ~ years.Dr..~nua:/24.+ ]~'~ -,,ws ~,~d ~ fat nroduction of linen,s ASSOClanon, WHO Wl.n/and Dr. Erb. The program for the[verted but seven, i Shoup was returned to his home -~,,u s COllection o~ h its for the da v speak on processing ann marKe~ m 1 t d in al Chum Ions [ ..... 1 The floral ex ib" Y]~'~", .... ~o ,~r OnT. M-rra,,[ .......... "[meeting will be co p e e " p' of Marysville, Sno.[by his neighbor, C. Hammer, who ~?~ trom 12 spec-Iwere very limited, flowers be.l~,%'~n~'{+"~r~rvsv~'~e ' 23 cows mgi Le t~rana 1~: t~uno, conser-[few days and will be published [homish, Lake Stevens, and Mort- had a boat. ~iv~nen tlaeelty of] ing scarce at this time. ]an i' n a' era e- at nroduetion of[Vaslonlst .t or tHe ~.nml.sn/next week. [roe _also competed but fell be- In the afteffloon the firemen, ~/,.~j~ tHe Pninney/ A dainty and refreshing tealao~ ..... ,~ ~,~~ o,~ and c' ~ [~ounw ~ou ~onservauon ~IS-[ o [hincl in the finals. ]hearing that the Pembertons at ~^ / as served by M . "1,~,, ~ .....~o ,',~ws ann an[ ' - . [~....,-.-! ~'~..^.,,,$,^.. [ By winning Erlekson quali-]Oso were in need of hel , shi - ,~uulan =...v ~,v,~,,,~o v... ,+..,,, ....... - .... . . . , d Park, to w rs Frank Ger ~rle[WHO Will OlSCUSS perma . ~-u s ecim ..... ~ ............... no " P P he neP~ baZnsL ..... [ma~n, Mrs. Jess Co hoon-..MrS.laverage butterfat production of[p2~t~.type~pastures' s wing lj-l~-~lr|ldl qJpcloUUll I fled for the coming state flnalslped the boat by county truck to W ..... +~" ~-u~-I rnlnp vearson ana Mrs. Uiloer[l~ ~ ..... n ......... 1 ~?.~,,,u?,~: ....... liT_t__ ] 211 O ....... to oe neJa in the near future, that locality, and aided b ~as, ~ _uesigned by] Foster. 1~o v,,-,_,~v~_~ ~,_...- ............ t'resident _tiarola. ~vlurpny, I union lVllU ]~C~UllIC} 1__ : o------------- per Stevenson made theiry way . announeeo as o - I ~vlr. ann vlrs. ~xei ~u~uetn-+nlmseli a leaning aalryman, el- . ..... /$[ *. ! I~V . to the p,~.,h,~.~,.., o,.+~a~.~ .+...~+ ~s post war ex-io "* r~ . .* Isen's herd of 10 cows had anlpresses the hope that this may[ The Union Mill, WHICH su+lPlOSDlgal l otes ed- /C2%T:12+;&~'L"~Z^Yk?P-" 1 av Ilre aama e on a- ,,,, t,,= ..~=. ~,,~.~, l,,c+v were ortly before his Dewing vemonstraIlOniaverage milk production+of 1044 be a real rally of the dairy in.I/ered, he y ~ ..... g~ ..... I ............. found to be ~mfort~bl,, ~*,,~ ,-, r,., " o , [pounds and an average rat pro- dustry which he regards as the ruesaay, Jan. +u Will re+ume, lvleaical patients: gaipn All .... " ....oJ~, i afternoons, Feb 16 and 7, . I ' " was not dam Glenn Parsons of R 5 p e sant trip it was in- 1AM~_ ]Mrs. Brass, popular demonstra-lfa_t.pr,,d~etln of_45; +.pounds, t~pann_y B_.utterheld.,.,son.of Mr; thegreeneh~.rne and that the Births " " deed with naturalist Nels Bru- uI'IURCH l e,,. ..~ +u^ r~^,~,~t;n ~ew Ma-I'~lyue ~tuve,-, ~e otevens, x~ auu lvlrs. D. W. DutterXlelO OIlageu in utc zt, ......... =.~:__ ,~ _ _ ~,~- =,,- u,~ ~,u,,,=. ..... r stor d Mr. and Mrs Ra mond Te - ~u, ~mu..~ me way on snor~ League of 01ur phi..... Ill *...~a o,~,~th~r d~mnn.lcows and an average of 43.2 Lake KI. The marriage tooklconveyors had been .e . e , - ..... . . y .~ . n and Inn= trin~ |ntn tha h,~...,-- n Church Miss ::'-'2:~k-Y'"" "~Y'u-'~'*'~Z;-he~d'herelpunds of fat Marvin Pritchard, place in the home of Rev Pick-[thus permitting the timl~ea op- Drln_~ o~ ~, ,~, glrl oorn eeo, ~, ton- rec~--~;[~ -2~-~-":':: ~"%~-~"-~g" , ~tl~ttlon similar ~o tutti] " " [ wt 7-11 ~,cat,~,~ ax~a via l~.oaa- son, Oso, 11 cows, with an average o~} ett on Februa 10th. eratmn. . . president, last year. The Domestic Sew Ma- . . ry . ' Mr and Mrs rvid w chrome slides. The occasion was ngre ation with ,,,~ nf thM414 pounds of fat, and Ted RICThe young couple will remde[ The planer mill and loading .. . _: O . S eaten. ~ ..................... ~anrl:isgee~erelOmCk ~h~nfaySt~ttoerSe. Dwa2n Lt:igl'Fashion[C~verM#nro~, 2?4 CpoWSnd:totP ba~. In Em;le~. here Mr. Butterfleld[~qu~pm~nt also was unaamaged g~.o~2?w~., 7~.'~.monas, boy born ~uils~ay~even~ngIest ~t~gn~r #a0~t" _ I Academy award for I ........ r ^^w" for the mo-*'- " ..... " - + _ ____L.__- ~ o - ." .. .soom be under The demonstration is spon.lt~,~ p~ cu . . ,in. .... ~ . THe alnner, of delicious tur- ca indluding re ~ored b,, the Henr,, Murray Store[ In the inaiviaua cow proauc. ~ ~ NOTICE .~ey with trimmin s w 'w " ~ ~ . + g , as served .... alls and mod- and the J o Penne'~ store. ]tlon records in the 2-year-old ~ The. Times wishes, to callby. Mrs. Mickey Rb~an. +hen. An added attraction at the[class, H. L. Allen Co., Monroe, ~ attention to our policy of dis- Mr. Bruseth represented the ebruary 25, at 8 demonstration Friday afternoon[had a heifer that gave 595.3 ~ ~ tinguisning ~etween news and~:orest Service in this showing. Quartet, a well will be a demonstration by Misslpounds of fat in 305 days. Peter ~ . ~ advertising. His pictures, many of hi "h ~m Canada, will EvelynGrewe of the IronriteIHenning, Jr., Arlington, had a ~~. ~ Dances or social functionsmountain lakes and noakc ~g~ )ro r -'- ,- , h g am at the ironers 12-year-old that gave 463.4 pounds ~ given for the purpose of mak- an invitation by the Forest Ser~ the public is -" o------------ I of fat in 305 days. ~ ing money, wHere a cHarge isvice to use their manv trails ee!" The quartet is I1W ll tV __ riP__ [ In the 3-year-old_ class N. D. ~:~+ ~:~.~+..,.:~ made, have .... a news value, andand to spend relaxing" hours~ m" _+brothers, Har- ]~'e||s l ear lop [Setter Monroe had one that ~~/ will receive conmderatmn m nature's wnnr~,,n ~ n~,, ~man Tysseland 0 "__ I~ave 524 9 pounds of fat in her ~ ........ \ ~~~ our news columns seth not ~A,:,~2.;-'*~+~'2" ~;:~'-+ ~"-~-u2 yrson, in Jayvee :orlng 1305 day'lactation period, and ~~~]~~~ ..... However, the details of such pictttre alon~e'~of~t a~u ar'~iUcular~l'e ~,,~, Seattle Feb. 12.---(Special)--[Peter Henning, Jr., had one that ~~]l~~ +uncnons, such as price, etc., beautiful spot often included ,-.-.___.___ -- P Y -~x Carl Wells former Arlingtonlgave 421.1 pounds of fat. In the --~~ are considered advertising, the scene as it lo~ in ~,~m .FI~IDAY hic'h school'star currently ranks]4-year-old class, Robert Bosse, ~i: i!+~ ~'~:~ .... and arrangements should be mer In the f ...... ~ al i iI.!~!~ + , " l ~ fter a sharp g- No. 54 will second among University of]Snohomish, had a cow that gave ~~ made w l~en the promoters frost had turned huckleberry and rt~ Friday, Feb. Washington Junior Varsity bas-[615.8 pounds of fat', and Albert ~ ~ WiSh. sucn publicity, for ad- blueberry to brilliant yellows : ~or members ketball scorers with 75 points in[Steffen and Son, Monroe, had ~ ~ ver~ising space, and reds and ma,,teled i,~ twe,~ ~e committee in eight ~rames lone that produced 503.6 pounds ~ The Times folks, is willing, tv f~t ~f m~,~ ,,,}'~,o, ~,~, "" i- tg~d a good Wells a sophomore at the[In the 305 day period. In the 5- ~ ~ to help.all worthy community Aside from scenic shots, other g of several University, has bucketed 35[year.old class, Albert Steffen fi~ . ~ enterprmes, but like the rid- subject matter included: forest .'s m~d showing field goals and added five free[and Son had a cow that gave ~ :~/ ~ mer WHO must be paid, it management, fauna and Dora, as a scenery throws for his total, and has[723.6 pounds of fat in her 305 .... ~: .................. costs money to ouy printer'swinter sports, and Timber Bowl, or Interest to played an important role for the[day lactation, and Cliff Hen- ~wTaters of the stt laagdu~m~nst~na ~en~, paper, ann pay the prin-Club guests present inchlded will be Jayvees as they have fashioned~ning, a~aSt Stanwood, had one Skagit rivers caused much damage in ~tanwooQ ,ul- let;sWell, wHat.we mean is, Mr. and Mrs. Chet Thompson Prayed. seven wins in eight starts.| that ga e 693.3 pounds of fat. a'ood.--Photo by Ellis. co-operate both ways. and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kahler.