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PAGE TWO 'PI[E ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WAS tlINGTON, THURSDAY, FEB. 15, 1951. OSO Mrs. Nellie George, correspondent. Flood Damage Noted at Oso Much damage was done here in the week.end flood, that in- undated the road east of Law- fence Fry, west of the Stillagua- mish bridge at the old mill site washing out a fill at the bridge, and narrowing the road from cemetery crossing to Aldridge place. The river covered all of the lowland up to the first bench at the Claude Gadberry place and across the river to first bench on Jack Poteet place. The property of Louis Larson west of bridge to the river was high- |y damaged by washouts. This also happened to Gadberry place as well as a lot of logs and other debris scattered on both sides of the river. Marvin Prich- ard on Entsminger place suf-: feted much in the loss of land.: The road to the Merritt place was washed out. A huge tree---full length with roots---plowed under the Halter. man bridge, damaging the rail- ing on both sides. The c~lvert on track on N. P. at Elliot Spur was washed out. Everywhere where there was a direct overflow, damaged con- ditions were left as reminders. On Sunday the sun came out in all of its innocence, to make itS The home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Klessick was pretty much inun- recent dated by water from flood,ruining their furniture. They recently purchased the York property at the junction of Deer Creek and Stillaguamish Rivers. Mrs. Edith Wisdom with her family Virginia and Irving have moved to the Charlie Smith property at Trafton. Mrs. Eva Main was hostess to a party at her home Saturda I BROKEN DIKE -- Break in the~dike on the south bank of Stillaguamish river at Jack Klein place.--Photo courtesy The Everett Daily Herald. night. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence George visited Gus Johnson at his home on Camano Island Wednesday of last week and found him in his usual health. Mr. Johnson inquired of his local friends and sent his greetings. Mrs. Wally Adolfson of Se- attle was a guest at the Hartl home this week and also to at- tend the funeral of Mrs. Mayer. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Larson and children of Seattle were Sunday visitors in the neigh- borhood to look over the flood situation. Gary Pearson and Bonnie You For the Lenten Season That Are Really HOT From Your Oven Brown Them And Serve Remember those delicious, easy to serve Brown "n Serve Rolls. For the Lenten Season we will have Brown 'n Serve Hot Cross Buns. All you have to do is put them in your oven for a few minutes and serve them hot. Try them. You will like them. @ If there's a single word to de- scribe the faithful letter-carrier, it is Reliable. We, too, like that good old word. It is featured on an emblem "dis- played in our Prescription Department. Above all, we seek to tender a Reli,*ble service. May we have the privilege of com- pbunding your doctor's next prescription? Johnson Drugs Phone 151 Beautiful 5x7 Enlargements Naturalike To acquaint you with N'atur- alike Photo Book Prints, the new method of keeping your treasured snapshots, we are making the following offer for a limited time only. prints... 1--5x7 Art Style Enlargement FREE with every roll of film devel- oped or with every order of 10 prints from your negatives and this coupon. EXCLUSIVE FEATURES OF NATURALIKE PHOTO BOOK PRINTS Prints are artistically bound in a modem booklet. Prints can be removed or arranged to suit your taste. Prints are not injured by removal--no tearing out. All sizes are available. PHONE 151 ARLINGTON II I I Mortensen are both ill of a virus IFL00D ' infection. 'S AFTERMATH Mrs. Mac Thompson visited with her brother's family, Mr. . . and Mrs. Win Inman, in Arling- . Whllo. people are still survey ton, over a long week-end, pro-]lng theft damaged property, af- longed due to the flood situa- ter the flood, it seems out of tion. Her niece, Dixie Pumphrey, place to mention a gay note. We was there also, being up from were examining the damage on Seattle for dental extraction, the Schloman road Monday This community was greatly morning: The pavement was torn up, g r e a t excavations shocked last week upon learn- marked the former roadbed; a ing of the sudden death of Mrs. small house stood awry in the Martin Mayer, Sr. She will be re- middle of the road's ruins; mud feet deep and twenty feet across' in the main road at the entrance to the home driveway, then ex- cavated a gully the length of the driveway, same being 4 to 6 feet deep. The pump house which stood in rear of the resi- dence was undermined and one corner dropped into a hole eight feet deep. The residence founda- tion also was considerably dam- aged. Similar damage was done to the driveway to the Schloman barn, and some of the barn foundation washed out. Several large holes were gouged in the barnyard. The only living thing that seemed to enjoy the flood of last week-end, were Bill Bagley's ducks. Ordinarily a couple of blocks from thte river, the ducks were happy when the river came to their pen. - Arlington last Friday night re- sembled a seaport, as one looked from the north end of the Haller bridge toward town. The "Har- bor Lights" reflectilag on the water added to the iIlusion. The Arlington Fire Depart- THUR.-FRI.-SAT., FEB. 15-16-17 In Technicolor "The Black Rose" Tyrone Power - Cecile Aubrey Also Walt Disney Cartoon CARD OF THANKS Our sincere thanks and appre- ciations go to the many relatives and friends for the acts of sym- pathy showed us after the death of our beloved wife, mother, and grandmother, Christine Molstad, and to those who sent "In Me- moriam" gifts and flowers for the funeral. Especially to Rev. Baalson for his comforting words, and to Delbert Peterson and Mrs. Haasch for the lovely music and songs go our thanks. --Pedar Molstad, Inor Molstad, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Molstad, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Husby, Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Molstad, Henry Molstad, and grandchildren. ment got lots of experience as coast guardsmen during the flood, and to Mickey Ryan goes the palm for getting the wettest. He found that his faith is not strong enough to sustain him while walking on the raging flood, but when a struggling salmon floundered out from un- der his feet while the seagoing firemen were making their way out to the Pemberton domicile i near Oso the boys figured Mick- :ey was trying to make the trip pay off. Jasper Stevens got the biggest surprise while accompanying the firemen on their trip to the Pem- bertons. Wading in ankle deep water, he suddenly found him- self up to his neck when a bank gave way. membered as one who was al- ways doing for her family's wel- fare. The community joins in ex- tending their sincere condo- lence to the family in their loss. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ring (Max- ine Brooks) are receiving con. gratulations on the birth of their first child, a son. Mrs. J. E. Daniel was stran'd- ed in Arlington for over the week-end due to flood condi- tions. The bus service was dis- continued until road condition improved. Glendon Rankin spent several days at the N. E. Nordstrom home visiting his son Barrie, who resides there. Several families from here spent Sunday in driving over the country looking over the flood situation, some returning quickly because of traffic con- gestion due to dike breaking at Conway. Others got to see Stan- i wood from a hillside and report- ed conditions were even worse than expected. It was like look- ing over the bay. . ' O VISTA VIEW 4-H CLUB Our club met February 13, 1951, at the home of Marilyn Amy. The first demonstration of the year was by Joan Blincoe on "Baking a Cake" last meet- ing. Marilyn gave a demonstra- tion on "Baking Powder Bis- cults." We had a short business meeting. We each brought a baking powder biscuit and after the meeting we judged them. Refreshments were served. Next meeting, at Nancy Swimme's home, each girl is to bring a cookie to be judged. --- Nancy S~vimme, reporter. lay heavy everywhere, and the scene was one of devastation, yet somehow there was a prom- ise for the future. - - - The sun was shining, and it was warm; the air was peaceful, and a large maple tree furnished the stand for a group of feath- ered artists who performed a symphony such as we had never heard. We have often bemoaned the fact that we do not have the birds here in the Puget Sound district that we have heard in the South. Maybe it's because l we do not get out where the~ birds live. [ At any rate, we have seen and l heard blackbirds before, but never in chorus such as last Monday morning. Scores of the birds perched and fluttered about the tree. We stopped to listen, and we'd swear the birds were enjoying themselves as much as we enjoyed the con- cert. We never realized there were so many tones in the Black- bird call, but as we listened we felt sure the birds were aware of their harmony---it was a pleasant note in the midst of devastation. Flood Damage One of the farms sustaining considerable damage during the recent flood was the B. C. Schlo- man homestead. Withstanding the high waters of the past 60 years, the property this year suffered its heaviest flood dam- age. The Schloman place is west of highway 1-A on the north side of the river. The flood waters excavated a hole six or eight SUN.-MON., FEB. 18-19 "The Silver Hning" June Haver . Ray Bolger Gordon MacRae Also Cartoon and Fox Movietone News TUES.-WED., FEB. 20-21 "Love Happy" Marx Bros.. Ilona Massey Comedy- and This Is America Series THURS.-FRI., FEB. 22-23 "Sierra" Audie Murphy . Wanda Hendricks Also Cartoon and 2-Reel Comedy SAT., FEB. 24 In Technicolor "Rogues of Sherwood Forest" John Derek . Diana Lynn Also Comedy, Cartoon and 2-Reel Comedy FORD OWNERS Uneven brakes are danger- ous, can cause accidents. Play it safe and if your brakes are ailing, get our big brake reline special, including new Genuine Ford brake lining.., wheel cylinders checked.. ; front wheel bearings adjusted and lubricated.., foot and hand brake adjusted . . : brake pedal "play" set.. ; brake fluid added. HIGHLAND CLUB MEETS The Highland Club will meet at Mrs. Frank Pigort Feb. 21, at 1:00 the discussion for the being "color in the call will be to tell of remembered perience. CIVIL DEFENSE Local Civilian ing Monday night, p.m. City Hall, in bers. No. 21294 NOTICE OF TIME HEARING ON FINAL ADMINISTRATOR AND- FOR DECREE OF In the Superior Court of Washington for In the Matter of the GOODE, Deceased. 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