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PAGE TWO County Herds Average 702 Lbs. There was a total of 4731 cows on test on Standard Plan in Sno' homish County Dairy Herd Im- provement Association for the month of February. These cows were in 134 herds of the county. Average milk production was 702 pounds and the average but- terfat production was 28.7 pounds per cow. There were 2079 cows in 115 herds tested on the Owner- sample Plan during the month. In the small herd division, that is those herds of 15 cows or less, the herd of Art Foye, Monroe, was high with an aver- age production of 1025 pounds of milk and 48.0 pounds of butter- fat. Graydon and Clara Klepper, Lake Stevens, had a small herd that averaged 861 pounds of SOUTH FORK Annie Johnson, correspondent. A pleasant afternoon was span at the home of Mrs. Carl Mattson on Wednesday, March 4, when friends and relatives called bringing gifts and a sumptuous lunch. After the opening of the many lovely gifts and each duly ad- mired, lunch was served. The lace-covered table was breath- taking with an artistic arrange- ment of yellow daffodils and for: sythia balanced on either side with cakes and other delicacies. Ice cream and cake were served the following: Mrs. G. Snoddy, Mrs. Jim Gallagher, Mrs. Care- lind Yost, Mrs. Bud Rogers and children, Mrs. Blanche Deyo, Mrs. E. Peterson, Mrs. Harry THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURS., MARCH 12, 1953. BRYANT Alice Thomsen Phone 250W3 Miss Evelyn Berg of Seattle vas a week-end guest at the home of her sister and brother- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Treasurer's Report Shows Healthy Bal. City Treasurer Webb Moor- man's report to the City Council at last Monday night's session, disclosed balances in all funds of Heimer. ;29 696 01 Mr. and Mrs. Ed Backman ofl ' : -" ....... b Anacortes visited at the Mikel Receipts ior [ne montn oI e e - Kronholm home Sunday. [ 'uary totaled $4,790.80, and came Mr. and Mrs. Ira Shiner of Ev-lfrom the following sources: Tax- erett, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Howelltes, $31.80; interest, $178.51; Li- of Seattle were Sunday guests[censes, Pin Ball Machine $33305, at the Oscar Williams home. Af-]Sound Truck, $1.00, Auctioneer ternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. License $5.00; State Liquor Carol Shriver and Mr. Arnold of Board, $975.76; Admission Tax, Seattle. $249.03; Cash Sales, Auto Parts, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Shiner will $5.00, water pipe $109,44; Water Dept., $1,512.62; Garbage Dept., celebrate their 64th wedding an- niversary March 14. Mrs. Gertrude Sill and Helen are recovering from very severe $829.20; Motor Vehicle Fund $465.39; Blacktop, $10; Consum- er's Deposit, $10. Disbursements: Current Ex- pense, $3,843.81; Water Dept., Mrs. Willis Hilde, Telephone Mr. and Mrs. ;pent the week-end Bosworth home. Mrs. Glen Rowley spent last week ter, Mrs. George Mrs. Bill Kluin general hospital on where she underwent Friday morning. Mrs. Wilson will from Texas on tend the wedding of ter, Betty Wilson, and borg. Mrs. Ken Lane and Auburn, spent with her sister. Mrs. gins, returning home day. Mr. and Mrs. milk and 45.7 pounds of fat, Yost and son, Mrs. Frank Yost while Bob Klein, Arlington, had and daughters, Mrs. D. Miller cases of the flu. Mrs. Ray Sill, who has Been caring for them an average of 43.9 pounds of fat and son, Mrs. Oscar Johnson, Mrs. Louise Soper, Mrs. Bert returned to her home in Seattle $822.51; Garbage Dept., $520.17; and family attended Consumers' Deposit, $20; City for. Mrs.. Bailey's r. . . i .. . . '. . .i. . " . " ... " . . milk and 42.7 pounds of fat. Sa-il~o~ week-end Mr and Mrs Dick Thursday in honor of Mrs. Udeen . Balances: oA~ ~. w p t e r ville called in the afte~ ther Brothers, Silvana, had a Ba'rdue of Seattle'The men's-ent and Mrs. Ellen Helmet's birth- (overdrawn wo .... "' "'=-~t Mr and Mrs A C he~d in this division, which aver- t~,~ ,~a,, fishing, on the Sauk*" days " De pt: $5,216.42, Garb.age l)Re~ motored to Seattle on'S' aged 1099 pounds of milk and .... " J ....b ....... ". Bob Williams left Monday, ~l,; ............... _ ~tre~L .,~-6~r tmnstruc-='~:'-" attend th,,~. .... ,,~,~" o,,,,..o~'",,, AI K r~r~ll~r]~ of fnt C}thor hord.~l Mru. Elaine Hamine uf Arhng- March 2nd for east of the moun FunO, ~z~z.t~; wat~ .... i ~.=:.'~,,.~:]-~'~,.,~.: ~,'~"w~:';--~,~:-~,~-[ton and her, Tillie t~in~ to holn ~th th~ ~rin~ tion Fund $600; Consumers' De- .~uncneonguests a~:~ Lake Stevens, with an average[Cldfelter offieattle, were lunch:] seeding for his sister, Mrs. Fink-!posit Fund, $370; A,rpo.rt_ Fund, Thursday were Mrs 1~ of 41.3 pounds of fat; H. Garvik]en guests oI [ne Jim ~ .... ~ ..... ] beiner. . $1,758.64; Wa~r ~on~ffour].u,d:r- and Mrs H H Adsit Olsen, East Stanwood, 41.31~vlnaay . .... ! Mr. Leon Udell of Monroe is 127.00_Street ~uno, v~o.,~,~, - Mr and" Nirs Jacg pounds, of fat', Gerrlt" Koster, Sno-] Mrs.. John Wold of Ru .~ ano , v'lsitin~, hi~ .~on ~nd d~htor. ~, ..... . .in oaee~ l)eDt_. Louipmem_ . runU,erve ~x,-2. were" callers at the" Sa~- hommh 39 1 ounds of fat andlMrs. Jxm Gallagher were m Ev- law Mr and Mrs Chfford" Udell, 000; Cumulative Res ' ,$,' n,.f ~ .....w,,.~.~,~ C R Ceder~reen Snohomish, erett for business and pleasure] and m helping clear the acre he 834.22, U. S. Securities, ~ ' Mr~ Wi,~ni,~ ~,,~-,11 8 ounds of fat for the month Monday morning, bought from the Grange 480 00; Office t:asn, ~_tv . .. -'~ ..... :;.::-~. ...... 38. p "1 . _ ......... 7._ . " ............... " . ...... ~aroara wlgglns art In the large herd division, that! Mrs. Margit Lund spent the ~ rne ~.~gn~ owl t~luemros ano will come out and woum nKe to county H o m e Der~' is those herds of 41 cows or over,]day with Mrs. Inga oonnson. ~ne uKmiyanowe t:amp ~ire talk to the parents of all children meet in Everett on M0: A. H. Steffen and Son, Monroe, ITopie of conversation, Norway groups willp.ut on.the programI interested, topic was "Frozen l~ had high herd, with an average[and old friends there. . a~ ~range yrmay mgnL , . A birthday oarty was given for Box Lunches." product on of 17 p [ - " wer .... er - -- Mrs. .reu ~n,vae ~a ~ s ,, 11 ounds of The Russell family are living wctor l)amasKe ano JaCK Lee ..... ~--'-'-: "~st Tuesda"Dinner "uests -t the milk and 42.1 pounds of fat. The]at the Joroan store. ~ . .. e ~unaay call s a~ ~ne afternoon Thirteen neighbors at- Mr. and Mrs. Willis Christofferson-Van Putten herd,{ Little Joe and ~ylvia ~ngstrom ,~,,~,~ ,,,,~, ~,_..^ ~_~ ..... ~..~,.,^_ ~, ,~. ~..~ ~r~ ~renoemum nome. tended " Saturday were Mr and ......... It- ~ i* ...... :4-1~ ..,N~.~{ .......I** I JUJ~LL~J~ 11~,~*~.~l~--Ul~tllU 2-kllU~:=lbUll, UCtU~Ilt~:~I OiL lv*tl, allu ,,, ~. Ther,~ will ,,~t be any rnor~l r " "" -- " -- " A rnn.gton, averagecl lOl~ pounas[ar~,~u~.w~ ~'~r~u~'~"~',I Elton Anderson, R. 5, Arlington, was winner of first prize at the .Tunin~on,ro'h~neo l~,n'~'"~t Mrs Edna Brendemuhl and ence ~earn ano Mr. o~ mil~ and ax.v pounds o~ xa[.].~ ,*,~.. a,u ~*#'2- ***; r,~.,,~_, _~_,:~ contest recently staged at the Olympic Theatre. She is entered in ~:Z:~,', ":Y~.;-,,7.:{'2: ..... Judy, "Mrs "Lavon Rengler andtviaryswne ano Mr. ,.: Other largeherds included those l ~:umce spen~,~onoay lonf~,veret.t; a national contest, the winner of which will be furnished a trip I'" ........................ Nancy, visited Mrs. Rafk, Mary- r~,rK uwens and two ~, of Stecner ~rotners,~verert, w~n~.~*~.,~anu~v*r~n-~o~:*],~:l to Hollywood. Second prize in the local contest was won by Can- IFather Dauahter B~au~e lee and Russel at the Gil Russel monas. _ .... an average [a~ production oI 6v.z~v=,=~t, ,,--. a.u ,,,,o. "~'"'~"~ allen l:~,~hlar snr] thlr~q hv ~t~wan Wind ! -- -'------~ ........ -*---- *. .~,.~ ~.t,,~,~v ~ar~ ~t- andMr. and Mrs. j. t~, pounds; -Harold fjarlie, East]Jones and children of Seattle,I ........... ~ ..... " .......... .s. ~ ]._Those from Bryant at~ndmg no~h=,~=":~,~;-~'~'h"l~ors'of the were callers at the Au~ -- March 13th tne t:am nre ~a~ner and ~au n .... -- -~tanwood 389 hounds" Edwinlwere callers at the Jim Bernethy I~! . [ . P " _ .... ~ .. g - " .......... ". -"" :: . land home on Sunday. ~?~t.o. ~.~,,~^.~o~ ~'n .... [home Sunday II ........... ~ .... I[~. .... :-- Iter oanque~ at me Metnoaist Brendemuhls m Kodmk. Van Soest Snohomish tied with] Mr. and Mrs. Wmght andl[ Al"~LlIVCiTOIY H'I'5. Correction in last week's coL[Church m Arhngton last week There w~ll be no Blueb Grisdale, forest 0 an average of 37.7 pounds of but-]Louise are redecoratingtheir[[ Norita Tveit, Phone 256J4 ]!umn--Corp. Peter Thorsen re-]were.Mr. ValHant and daughterimeeting thin weeK. " .]north of Montesano, terfat for each ]home I[ ][ceived an honorable discharge]t:anmce, .lyir.. t:larence ~.arsonI Owing to circumstances beyond! in "Far Corner," auu In the total production groups,]D~p Snow . tv--ent ~-^-r--- ](not a medical discharge) from]anr~ ~n~et~u~g~e~e ~oahleith'[our control the p!e social at Bry- Stewart Holbrook o~.~n,,oa ~ ,n ~,,~ ,~ ~,~,,~ [Two prosperous tuggersstop-laa~o aa~ aaaa the Army / g , ema y,~ ant Grange scheamed for ~amr- ~, ~*, ............ " There .... ~tmheFata~rmsY~aar~~d31aoSSw:altl~Y[ped2nw:[:~nhiS~l~ant~antdire2ityt.[ :hr;elChsrah:;:m P::thnetecdoma" BuM~, ~v~dnMraSr/~Y C/:ul~pf [Louis~?6;~lSy/2'HMorikRUaend ~d!daYst;:gnh~. has been mdefm,tely e US~ivTeimecoSnCl~ss~i~ 'U^w'-ver *h^ bi" trees are there~m p g " - . . ,,. ", .~" _ " ty, narom J~leeK and viomt Mr were high in butt~fat produ~-[and everyone ha~s high hopes forImunity Hall Saturday evening, ICtuS o~ r~vins"7-a ooy and a[Scharling and Schelia, Mr. Guth" ~mm~mmmI~~ non, one cow gave ~6~ u pounds featurln two solos b Mrs Ken. girl WhO arrived ~aturaay, Mar rl a and the other cow -ave 5190~the future in the logging indus-I " g Y " 7 The boastin reat rand ar"1 "e nd Delores, Elmer Lower, | lr~.l~ql ~|||Hr~|l ~r~. ~||g~goqr~ ot~w~l~ g " /tr,, Uronn~- how those fellowslnedy, a number by the male] ~ g g "g . P; " Florence and Gertrude Girls at- rlY DI t.,FIUJ t,gl ur ,rll lDl pounds of butterfat. /-~ ...... Ivoices "I Got a Girl" dedicatedlents are Mr. and Mrs. Amon tendi-'-, wi+~- ......... h ....... !l rlliDl Uli ,n tLr , In the three-year-o)d class Al-[~eep warm. o Ito the women, and a' song, "OurlLudvL son of Arlington, and Mr. Barbar~, JudyUand=Bo~y~B~en~., I ~n~t~ona?~aDs:~n~mn Be D S ~ e Tom ht sun and lv~rs riarry t:arlson t:on ~b~a~teW/29?haU3uthad 3f c~ttetha[[ Test drilling of oil wells islb Y~he oSmh~n to theg~en Mi~gs[gratulations'' " i~tuhl:.Annett and M.aryEspe, l A B~otherChu;ch["The First Church of Christ,# ~d JacR L~ane had one that[Swnetlbae~nnPeTgr~ScS:nn Int~afnIKYatherine Dirks gave a very en-I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Best and as, ~Irbs.'~r~a aBnren~ermn~l:"f:a~:iI In BS~D;~aSsc~3otts" ...................... ,1i gave 503.5. [Gravs Harbor county [joyable reading. There were also]Mr, and Mrs. Jeter Thorsen were er, and Mrs. Irene Wahleithner,[| ~ ...................................................... : ............. ,~, that ..... ~ar ~d otas~ Mol[] " n "" ]:ether numbers by the Choraliers[Sundayl guests at the John Thor assistant leader The irls at on]]]l ~~g;~ .t~.~ ~~"'~[ "'"-'--'" 11[ ......... "----" ....... " " " " " " g P Testl onlal me ........................................................... " ford Naas had a cow that gave In 1951 one per cent of Men- which were enjoyed by the large sen home on Route 4. skits which were very good. m etlng every Wednesday at 8 p m. Reading Room:.@ 559.0 pounds of butterfat and [tana s population entered the . -. p P . P . Don t forget that Mr. H. Wick- . ~ ~ parents who are interested ......... ~.~ , number of eo le resent We , An edifice---open Monday 2 to 4 p m and Wednesday 2 to 4 and are lOOglng Iorwara to more sucn er the architect from Washm in Inelr cmldren havln 4 n p m excepzxng legal nouaays ~ai are cormauy mvx~a ~o ~ ~" mane Kuhlman and Melford]armed services. [ ..... , [ ' " " g" " " " " g " '[I ~/:~al~ o~lthe Readln'- Room ; l'~aas were tied with 494.0 $or see-| ~ [programs in the Iuture. [ton State College, will be at the please call 250W2. Mrs. Leila[I ~a~tT~le=e:=TL;Z t~J~ ~ " , Arhn ton Hel hts Im rovement ~[ecKelberg Wlll come out an Cm~tstlan Sc ence program from The Mother Church Boston s ondplaee. [ ~ [ Mrs. Andrew S~anstofi andI "g ~ "g p .... " dl| clzrtstlan, Scienc.eprogramfrmThe , : 1 b Fr eve a oe leaaer Ior a rou Mr every ~aturaay 4 45 p m on Station KJR Seattle In the five.year.old and over] /'A~,,,,~-.\ ~Mrs. Ruby Hurn visited in Sno-[C u Hall i~ay ning t 8 g p, s. Ole-]| every ~acuraay q.'a5 p.m. on station , . .~L-.-. xr.~.., ,",~ w .... ~._.~ ^-..I (/LI1~ "7"~ /homish Tuesda afternoon o'clock He wf I show ietures son of the county agent's office~~ ! that gave 632.0 pounds and Alvin[ I'~F~ I.ICI' II ! A/2c Ronald Tveit, son of Mr.Ian spea~, on nousmg, IOllOWeU ...... ~# e was h me by a quesuon ano answer parma Oberkotter had a cow that gavel [ [~ J ] land Mrs. Arthur Tv it, o ] ...... ~ a for v ~v da s Hm ar Thin w~ll be ~ree and ~t ~s open ~ ( 618~ pounds of butterf t.--Ar-[ ~,! T l~/// { a lea e of f" ey p I ........ ~=-~ Hen Mr Farmer here s a a v t rd ~r to me puDne wno are coramlly .~ ~, , a hold Z. Smith. County Extension/ ~ [ents dro e him o McCho A" I .. - ' . H [~A~Y ~)~r inw~ed to atteno ....... -~ Agent. ] ON WASHINOTON ]Field Base on Monday, where ,~r~e~,-.,,~-~-,r~,~t ] ""~"~ ,-./~,,-~.~,-.,.-, 4,, o~,~,4 ...... "/ 0 ' " | H|OHWAYS [he hopped a plane to San An- Mr. and Mrs. Peter Thorsen ~'K~J~$U~/l~l~ ~ ~ v~V~l~,t~t9 bt~ obt~lb ~,t~btl s effU~c~l vT~m~:sm~,sslfled ads | [ t [de~e TTeXniRn~c~Wlll be'g~pilC0~s ] aa~l:pendmg a few days m Se FAST ' season NOW" Hunter and Son offers you own container GROWTH @ 1953 . ... 0 One day only . Our doors will open at 9:30 a.m. Saturday Above: The "Two-Ten" 4-Door Sedan. At right: The "One-Fifty" 2-Door Sedan, two of 16 beautiful models ~n 3 great new series. It brings you more new features, more fine-car advantages, more real for your money.., and it's America's lowest-priced full-size carl Farther ahead than" ever in quality . . . yet the Yet, with all these new and exclusive advantages, lowest-priced full-size car . . . with sharply greater there is no increase in CheVrolet prices, and it remains economy of operation! the lowest-priced line in its field! Imagine--the most beauti/ul car in its field, with Yes, indeed, only Chevrolet gives such excellence new Fashion-First Bodies by Fisher that set the stand- with such economy. Come in and prove it at your ard of styling, inside and out. The most powerful car earliest convenienceI in its field, with your choice of a new 115-h.p. "Blue- . ............. .,o ~. . . .... , .. . __ ~omOmanon o! ~eower1~i~ae automatic tranamia~Jon ~ J.~.,,~. l, mme mgn~ompressmn.engme or .greauy .m~provoa h.p. "Biu~-Fla,'~" engine optional on Bel Air and "Two.T~ .' 108-h.p. '~]~fift-K~g, h~gh-compresmon engine, mod#b at extra cost. MORE PEOPLE BUY CHEVROLETS THAN ANY OTHER CARl PHONE 871 - ARLINGTON, WASH. I II I Specials Saturdayonl Y ..... 80 lb. sack Centennial Med.-o-Queen . Dairy16% . ..... . . $3.20 1001bs. Scratch . . . . . . $4.30 100 ibs. All-Purpose Mash . . . . $4.95 I00 Ibs. Caldum Nitrat:,,, $3"2" ] Coupon entitles bearer . 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