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P, v Oe "r ' , . * ~' ~t, , ,, No. 47 Arhngton, \ ash., Thursday, March 19, 1953. Consohdated:wlth Arhngton Chromcle April 3, 1915. ,., Nmnm/llf irrington i "B,)mb :d;", d, aggmllli " " d'ngton State HealthJmunity Club and Home Demon- immnnnu nfnn me T,,ct ay ~announced thatlstration Cluo, is citeo as another ~~~~ mmmm ]m FNUNNNUMnuuq nNIINVI in~ nq wsu )n Sanitary fill for example of worthwhile commun- n ,2] ,~,~,,,~lnn " ]' v i in a health rob *~ University o f Washington, the spreading of messages with each leaflet was to be filled o~t ,-o~ _ . ~.ed in ltj act onloc 1 p - , . " , " ~.rnng[on g ~ ~ Thurs, Mar. 19 Special. to the out using hhe normal means of and mailed. Data was gathe~riei nt~ ~ezz~ and Home Demon- " " " " s o Arlington T]mes--Arhngton and communication. Other factors on how when and where local )s will be cited as an The - Clinic .. is being.._ p~- ]Darrington w~re "bomoed" withi being stuaieo incmde the disper- residents learned of the leaflets. ..... sorea oy tne [zouneli wi[n tne ~ ~ ~;~ ~ ---- " as eek a a t ........, ......... , .............. Nil30000 leaflets i" t w s p r sion of the leaflets and other Details of the air drop were w.,.~,,~,,,,= ~v,..,,~,..- assistance o] 1~ s~a[ewme nea~tn ' sci tific ex eri te h i ' , oa a local health prob-[and civic groups, to help com- ~I~~ li[~a.se~es.f,~^l~enl ...... :?dr .e~ n cal matters concerned wlthlormtted fromlast weeks. yO-day "Clinic on Com-[munities to help themselves to ~~~@~,}.~m iNIL"~"t~ W' t,,~ c.,=. ........... "I'"Z a.-u.oy. ...... l a~ me request o] [ne unlversl~ Lealth ~., .....to bet .............. ~n~~i i~laroppeo messages. [ t~epresen[auves oI tne univer-lagencv. Premature publieitv ~e- ~-~'~="*~ oetter neaitn Anyinteresteo - - the Chinnnk Hotel in[ ...... ~o~,..,;t:,~a ll[ The local test was conducted sity laboratory returned to Ar- fore interviewing and mailin~ ~areh 25 and 26. I Aubrev Gates of the American [March. 11 by the Umversity..o_f[!mg.ton and Darrlngton.Saturday[were complete.d, would have ,1~ ...... I ..... ~ .... , .~ .. ~m~mn ,~~ ~lwasning[ons YUDIiC upm~onltO interview a scien[lilCaliy se- ruined [no portion oI the researem -g[on neigms com- iylealcal AssociaHon s Louncll ract " - m~ ...... [ ............ ~i ~~ ~Laboratory, under a cont lected sample of residents on concerned with the spreading of - also De iea[urect at on lxural neal[n uean iurner oz ~ i orce t he e " - - : . . ; ' . ' :' with the U. S. A r F . he results of t xperlment. As the message nWhen the loan closetlthe Umversnys Medic.al School, ~~~III] The main purpose of the proj-lan additional check a return-I The cards were dronned in Ar- -.t neeaeu ior nome ur J IVl ~ani Acting ~tate ~ .... ~ n ' . ~" ........... [.." ._;" .-.." ......... ~~i~~ ~].ct m to obtain lnformatmn on address postc, rd, attached " to[hn,ton and Darrin~ton starting ~-- " IWenatchee C~hairman of the ~I~II Ill~/ol/ . . I~ ~ . P ! lat aoout ~ p.m. on Ma~cn ~.~ ]~ia_~t~ [State Medical'~.~ssociation's Com. / /IIIt,n,mren Important Irormge t.ree Ifrom a tight commercial plar~. vva.9 mittee on Rural Health and . . . . ~oout iD ovu were aroppea m ~eState^~ O~ [][[/ [] ~ ]t ,, ]] he dro [[ /] ~he m mf'ormative, msp~rauona~ ' ~'~--^..1~^...]^. ]Richard W Poston of the Uni- IIlCo In Cnvd Defense [Fnshnng For leach town. The leaflet cover.age aa~|||~bL~GU~lo Iv~rsit-'s Bureau of C-mmuni*'" II~I~I IIl ~ ........ l_ .- _ _ iwas very sa[is~aetory, acc~r~ . " I c .y . u. ty ~/~/ II! Civil Deiense au[nomues ~ounol ....... l__ ~__! _ Ito Mel De Fleur field sur~r~ v [ r niin~i~ui~i.i~i il , . [ , ~-.- De empmen , will be [eatu ed in their eommumeatlons test, Juveniles llJIlly for the Public O imon" Labors ~1 ~V ,speakers Pictured above is Lt Ivan L Watts, son of Mrs Virginia Lee ............ . . ] P - " ~ mflae in ~rllngton on weunc~- r Donald H Brltscn, remaent of to y .~e A A Smick of the Extension Watts, of 129 West Washington, Eureka, Calif., receiving his first [ n~,, - ............... ~---.,[ . . .. :~P .. . I ,,'A. . fi, sday, March 11, Olel.- .._ ............. A~. ~#.~n~ ~.~ ~." .... f..~.~ T* r~n~ zxr M Wrosh Watt- h,~ h,~,~,, in ~ ~"J t, xut-cu ~x, au a,y t;*.~7lthe Arlington l~ecreadon t~ouneii I Tne zinc cooperation of the ~a " ~ervice at wasnln ton ~tate t~Ol- ~.....=,~,~....~u.=,~ ..... ,~t ,~v,. ,. ......... ,~o ~.~.. . ' . . ~ son, resident of the],.... , ........ , ~--, .... .... rvice four ,ears,v hayin,, enl~stod i,, Seattle, Wash , o..n served |were not counting on, the cnn [m m receipt of a letter from the[mtizens of both Arlington and alley y- ' " ' a the P dren. State Game Department stating Darrmgton m making the test s th meetm wl first m the Navy after completing work t ensacola, Fin ...... .._" Passed away at the[ .... e ~..f...L..~,....g Persons.~. .... shlng.,~.^ base Later he transferred to th~ Marine Air Force and has been [ Seeking mformaUon as ot theIthat the Game Commission has]successful IS greatly appreciat- ~ears ,,,,,.~ .,,.,,.,,,~t,,,,, ~,.,,.,,.,t t,,~ ...... i mes " " " " " " SOns-" was in ~he me,-,.,.s'~"" ~,,uu,uo*'""'~ w,,,~"-'*" ,,.~" .... ~=/u overseas since last November. H'ls wife, the former Maril,-- ....... Miller ]effectiveness of spread ng-]granted the wish of the loealled, he sa~d. It m a real serv,ce ... home ~ ................ *o now resiain"- at the hom~ o~ h,~r narents Mr a,,n ~n,, ~ u [sages by leaflets dropped from]council and will set aside Port-]to civil defense and our national ~[rict where he home [ne washing]on ~ta[e nealtn *~ . ,.~ s .... ~ , .................. ,, ,,,.." "[,~ ..... ~ oo~ ~,~....a A .......Miller, nea'rArlington. [planes, m the event all other]age Creek as a juveniles only]security. ~ty-nve years ago. I~"W?:.'" ,-.~.~... "~.""'~ ..... *'."~ -- " "~ ~/means of communication werelfishing stream, this applying to[ By comparing results in var- ~ae son of Elias and[~unamg, ~ea[ue ~, zor more m- w|=_a A | ~ | ~ ~= ]disrupted, about 15,000 such[children 14 years and under, ac-]ious matched communities, the mStad. He was born in[[ormauon. IIpn T$ n$ m [leaflets were dropped in both Ar-'lcording to Mr. Britsch. IUniversity laboratory hopes to 1863 and came to the ~ jim nnmVVINVVU u~vmwlt~q&V iI~t~nuu ', , ~ ~ ~ ]lington and Darrington. [ The letter was from Clarence]develop basic principles a~L ,~i~ith his pa[en~si~nll,, _.." T-.~ ~.._-L ~ / ~ ~ =r ..... ~_ ] Although no one had previous[Pautzke, fishing management di-[teehniques for air-dropping mes- d y settling n M :[~L, Olili['. IUnl IAK@_~ Parr In Inunrnsmp.oI [warning of the drop and thelvision of the department, and islsages that would be useful i~ coming to Stanwooa[,, II . . , =~=,,vv =~. ~, vw..su.=uv ichildren had not been organized[as follows: [times of emergency when news- ~l~.Stanwood the fam-llalKS [0 LAOII$ ! "Should the Atlantic Pact Na- Johnson made the semi-finals]or instructed, yet within a short[ "March 10, 1953. [papers, radios and telephon~ ~eir way by canoe up[ aa - ,n .~.~..~ [tions form .a Federal Union?[with six wins and two losses ]time children were gathering up[ "The State Game Department,[might not be available. ~arni.sh river, .settlingp/lk[DOilt tile gOD IDoes this sound like a new issue[ In C division which is students]the leaflets and were going from[at their January meeting set[ ~n dlstri.et, where me[ ......... . ..... [to you? Ask any member of the[from schools of 400 students with|house to house leaving the m.es-|aside Portage Creek as a juvenile[lift {~ /', ~ ~t_ !!___ m n and his threesons,[,~l~u~m~so~tn%Arnngton ulons[high school debate team and]little or no experience or with[sages, thus calling the .attention]fishing area. The number of fish| TT.O.%,,oOo &U ||IPA~I[" ~*e tOOK up nome- |__. .. ~. '~ ~,~.unuay **~g**t ~eetrUlthev,ll tell vou anvthin~ vou de-[inexnerienced debate nartners ]of older folks wno, m manY]that will be placed in this creektls~ an ~ o ~_ ][~lJ; ~ommlssloner ~orn u2uaS[isire-to know aboutthissubject ]Dave- Quail and Nanc3~ Tate[cases, took the leaflets for some|vii1 be up to Mr. Chitwood, dis-/Well=lknowII neaker ~on was married innre- toe story or me bnonomlsn[ The debate team re orted ver- Iwent into the semi finals withIsort of advertising scheme. Itrict supervisor for your area Hel h- iss ~oun[y P U D P Y " " .. Josephine Peterson,[ ' [f ...... *.~ ...... ~,o ~* t~ .... ua~[six wins and one loss Don Peter-I The leaflets bore a postcard]will receive a copy of this letterl~-~--~,A M~..t.~ ~1~ ~ Sweden: To themJ Mr. Quast, with charts, polntedldebate tournament held at theIson and Iola B]orn made the fi-laddressed to Project Paul Re-land I am sure will contact youl . l~even cnn61ren, AIDer[,|out the expansion which has IColle~o of Puget Sound Marcn l nals in this division, wlnninglvere" at the University of Wash-tin the very near future as to the] The Woman's Society of C h~, *neodorea (twins), El-ltaken place since, the PUD I,~. " lz, 16,-~ ano- Im-\~ ine ........ live oeoatelthe second v"lace tro,~h,,-v z ling'tons . from whence the experi-lnumber of fish and pla4bs ofltian Service. of the. Arlington. ,Alfred and Ruth went into business four years , in con " Methodlst Church is resent! ~0fl " " " teams met the competition of In this round Arlingtoi~s two ment was being staged - planting. p 11~ ,~ is typical of thelago. The charts showed a grow-i .......... ,,a~r~ ~,~al, ....h~,~ tn ,~h~t .... ~, ,,th,,~ nectionwith the US Air Force I Last year a special fishing|Miss Lydia E Gerhart of Orlan- ::~l~eariethfacCrl~mUan~/ ~m~wn~dln:~h~q~h~:2tnHhtY ! se~nenCtlha~r::ugl~h:~i?gstyli~r [ tT~:l:mn~t%ne :~r,~De;fina~i ,,Jtn:redthbey flnlWningy~S~!er l ~:entthwalst~::gfo~by thned c?~!/~:~uFlchrelda t~o: b2ge:gSvteSnPeoak~r~ ..' g Y / " Y i .... ' ......... INane., suffered th-i~ "'--* -~*---~]could paralyze radios, te e-ltraeted considerable attention,| y, r _ )n the cultural andlP.U.D, is now crowding the Ta-|ea[ers, u9n WiCK ana ~xuuyl_._~ ~ ........ ,y_, ~,~t u=;y2,lnhones, newspapers In such althe affair being held at the Pio-i Miss Gerhart is serving the u dev 1 of the ooma s ste r i ~ anu only to a team Irom ~ne~r ~ , , .... . e opment [_ y m fo s ze, stating] I., . a ~a a ] ....... h,,,~ [disaster leaflets like this could[neer Dark lake, where a special|Woman s Dzvmmn of Chrmtm~ Was a member of the|that there are over 50,000 custo-[~onlmercla| ~|uD i~.~ ...... m... _ .... Ibe dropped from airplanes to]planting had been made, and|Service as a speaker at local r the in no case UlO any |cam lose ro distri t f a a County Dairymens[me s in^^^ county system to],,. ., _ [ ........... [give official instructions, tmany little folk caught fish. [g up, " "e , con eren?e ~ , ano was one of the/some lu,uuu in Tacoma. , [H~'~ ~h~aa~ i more man tney won at t:r~ uur-I ,7 ........ ~ .... to-* *,art ofI However as the stream hadljurisoiction meetings. ~ne wa~ ._?f the Jordan school Pointing to changes m the Ar- mg ~.ne sx rounos of debate. !,hl, oi~ntiflr t~.~t to find outlnot at that time been set aside]born in Bucks County, Pa., and served for twenty|hngton dmtnct Mr. Quast saldlg~,--,^ ...... ~ I Arnng[on nad tour finalists m] ........... ~.,~ ,~o*,~, .... forifor Juveniles some adults hear. lrecelved her education m mat director on that dis-[that the capacity of the Arlinff-[~1~111~ l1d, lld,~lii~ilL [individual events. Iola Bjornl..W ~,c~.,~,~ ,,.~,~..o y.y_._1,.. o ...... Z..~ ,~o,.,..~ ..~ .... a Istato Rho entored missi--n~, ~}l bnnrd /~on sub station -h-n 6.~e.. ~.r~ I c.,^- ..,.~,.~. ~. .L_ o.~.~lmade the semi finals in Extem I spreamng vl[at ln[ormauon w mg u~ t,~ guuu ~,~,,,,,~, P'"~"t "':." "~..'- ": "-- " --'--%. . " ..... I . ~ ~ *, ~ ~-~t'| ~.~rl~:lt l11tthltCll UL tllV *Dtat~| "~ " ~- -'lever-one -' led to fish out the pond iservme mrougn me avenue o~ ~ervices were held for|ly increased. He also stated that~Game ~Depa.rtment spoke tO flle~=Poraneus ~peamng, ~ ~xass J~;I,,,f_~^i'~ ~ ..... n.~.. ~,,1 Re-I ......... " ..... ~secretarial work first at the De~- } " o ce Brose ma" lsu~.,. ~= ~ ,,,,,,*~=-,, -~-~ n at the chapel often the line up the North Fork]members of the Arlington Com. IJ Y de the sere-fins [ .... ~, ......n ......~ Ilg" ~ !)_.] ~coness Home and Settlen~.ent ,~ral Home on Satur-[Valley the P.U.D. is building an[mercial Club last Tuesday night,]in Interpretive Reading, Class B,[~-'~:'~..?t'~e~'a~'acl~e~*"~ost.|/[~o ~L~o ~OU ]Philadelphia. Pennsylvania, an~ I1 14, Rev. C. Eylander[additional line as far as Oso,|~ellingthemtllewhysandwhere. and Iola again made the semi-[^ar~t~'ow'~"~ *" |!~. . 1 [later at the West Side Commun- '.Music was furnished| ~nd with additional equipment| ~oIes for actions of the depart-, finals in Interpretive Reading,.[~ ,,o............ ~ .: ................. .... .......... ]red,urea |~ titv ................. ~,~,,-*~ ~loveland ~h|. In ~hn Coles Miss Char-[ )laced there, will be enabled to[ment Class C. In Class C Extemporan-|_ " ....... ;" "'~" ....... ~ -:_ ..... I-- - -- /Sentember 1940 she became sut- ;:rid Miss Elinor Stan-[ }tnePtgeP tDhaerPOj~rto 2afr/e~gtTe[ Mr. Mitchell went into con.[~:~eSt~e:k~nglCarmella Lindell[~os~agyU ~eree~?en a ,e~.e.lSeattle gaper [pe~intennd:ntoOf :he Metth~lsi~ :,. rers were:Alton[ . . g .... , ]siderable detail to explain the ' "Pass on extra leaflets--every-] Under date "-~ ~--"'- ~ rc n /~eac . n e (1 .... a~er Holmstad Ralph['am a new line to ~aUK rralrielbird nro~ram statin~ that with l Miss Hergert,debate coach'l .... ~..,,~a-et one" I~ ~ .. "~ t';'~"Ly.:.--, v-F~ommuni[y house m ~mveian~. , . . ,~ o . ~, , u,,~ ~,,v~,,~ s ~ou pioneer oi tne ~[lnagua .... ~tanley Evans, Carl] rill soon be energized.. . I the development of more cover lstated that much of the success[ Ouestions on back of postcard]m]~ ,~,~v w~ f~t .... d ~n ~ Since 1947, M,ss Gerha.rt has ~le Holmstad. I Toe poncy on extensions, Mr.land protection of habitat it will[Of this tournament was due tOlto De filled out were" [~'~7,:o.,~.~,~' ~,~'$ ~'-;~'2j~';,~=|serveo as zieia represen[auve relatives are" Four] ~uast said, has been somewhat t be nossible to ,.roduce more[the wonderful co-operation of l ...... .~,., ....... this leaflet~'-''*''~K~? ..... . ~?"'~ .......... b"~!the Department of Work in Home e~and Theodore of R.| iberalized. At one time, he said, lbird~" He said goo~d progress islthe other teachers who excusedl ~,a~U~ U~ck~" i~up from thel,l~".n~s,plc.[ur%accmpany.mg~Fields, traveling widely an~ ~a; Hildor and Alfred [the policy was for the company being made with the'planting of students from classes to debate ,,roundY(b) Another person gave ~..".~,,oa ....... ............... "]speaking in all jurisdictionL t t " . . . ~ ~ ~w~. , on,. two daughters, _o expend on extensions $5.00 for fence rows with the multiflora or held debates in front of their it to me--a member of my "All because He Came Home She taught as an acrea~tea ttla, and Mrs Ruth each revenue dollar on the new rose which makes a good hedge]classes during the preceding[household; someone I know who T~. [teacher in Leadership Training t~. 2, Arlington; two[line. The new figure is $7 whichtand' affords ~,ood ~ame birdlweeks. !,, ...... ~,.~- o ~,~,.u ,f me" some-I-~d~k~ .................. /Schools and Summer Schools .. Josle Wold, R. 2, Ar.]ls resulting in many extensions]cover" Through farmer co-oper-I The next trip the debate squad]one I know who lives more than] r~w ttct~tr~ r~a~xtv C'A~t~.t[MIssIOns' and IS thoroughly - ~rs. Matilda Raymond, lto outlying districts. [ation he said bird habitat islwill be taking will be to Whsh.[7.",,l~.ck awa,," someone I hadl ,,- v_ ,~o~,~ ,_,~,~,~ "~'~.~L"|miliar with all phases of the ret | ,~ ~, -, J, , ~ecause ne came home late , t, and one brother, Mr. Quast said that while the even' being cleveloped in the ington State College. where theYlnever met before dont know. 1o,,,~ ,,~ah~ ~ ~- ,oo w ~ ~.~.~[work of the Womans Society of ~Stad, Everett There expansion program has been go-]wheat country where gullies!will defend their trophy in the 2 Was this person a child? (16 c.~'~ ~~"a'~'~'~..'~.~'~.'~.~]Christinn Service. . . o , . ......................... "'~'"' "" "~'" " resiaent o] grandchildren and[ (ng iorward all over the. county, land hard-to-farm spots are be-]St.ate Championship. [vears or under) Yes No. [in~, tho nnlv living, ......... ~,~1 . M~. A. J. Fagln, p ....... t rand hlldren nd the average on cos[~ is oeln o " the ~outh Puget ~ouna alStrlc~ g c " , a I , g ing developed with cover and -When did you get this leaf- sl,~nt ~ +h,~ ,,.~,~.,o~ ~',~,~,'.,"~, _ : uews and nieces, kept down oecause of the tre- water. ! ! I", / O " " '-* ~--~"r ' ~Y." "t" F.'.~. ~"~'? ........ ~ ""~lof W. S C S., will be presen[ rst, R 1 Arlin ton The Commissioner also said . lin ton ~. " . " " " " be served in t u p , g .... big game. g Cub Scout . organization is. . Charles Norway, 1807 W. 73rd St. . e All arrest about 2% rail ]hat the P.U.D. is interested lnl .......... [receiw,~ ....................... [ ~'~-,~ n'i~,es had been ~revlous-[ .......... [at 12.30 p.m. at 75 a plat. ~rrv nlants on tho ~" ] the future water supply of the [ ne sala [nat mrougn proper ] a .... ~..~*=,,~L.a~..~.~f~,~n .*v.[ ,. ~,~..t..~,.,w..d about (he dro~ [, r*e .~as.worKmg i or, ana n v- I women are cordially invited to h,_- "- .... " .V'l..~,,..,., o..,q ;~ ~t~,~ ~t,~,~ +,lmanagement he thought it pos-I .......... ,,., ,,. ~tanwouu, cnair-[~y ,.twy,~ ~." - .~' lng wltn, ]he ~nua t)lsons, wno[ho~~ ~i.. (:#~rh~rt ~nd .~hould ~'~ace mls spring, lSl ...... ~, .,?u .? ~? ..... ~'_Y"-K~ ?Y[~,~,~ ,, t,m '~,., a,,~ ,~o,w a~lman of Evergreen Council Bovlbut no aa[e given anc~ reques~eu'had nurchased the nronertv on|-~'? ....... ='. .... ~-"~--'--: ~or men and womenlsecure water rlgn[s on [ne ~outn o.~... ,,.., ...... ~ ~"".~Y" ". ~ Sco,,*o .-~ ~-~---'~- ..... :*--: ~,^~ ~,~ ,-,m~ment until afteral ...... Y ...... ~" .~- .: ImaKe reservauons uy march .... - , - I~',-,..b,..f tha ~t{]]~a,,amleh iWell as DUCKS ano to st in mam-l. ~o ~,~ n*~*c**~a, ~u* **z~H~or- **~,~ ~' "" - _ ]wnlC[l the caoln was standing, lh,, nh,~*ina 17.~ Mr~ Nob|e : ~au pack toe plants, t-"-'- " ........... s .......... t~in t~,~ a,~,~ h,~,~ a~ it ie h,~lious service. Icheck has been mane. I " 'The cabin was uoed for a~'~ v.; .... .:~, ..... _ ...... .--. trt ' "" rhn ton , ~ Kenneay Will presen~ vocal solos. peabout March 30th.[_ _ . -o o [said there are many deer that ~re[,,T~e a~rd~ wererec~lved_by[,C~ec~ersowefe ~ne/~nivegrsi.[calf shed" Rod.recalled with a] Exceller~ reports have heen ~, ~"~- '~"" ~'= '~'l~--k^h,,,,k,.~,, llost in the spring because of the] v,,t~ton pall, t~UD iVl0,s[er. Tney],a~t o~..,~-~ ~..,.. .... ._ oo IcnucK[e. 1[ smelleCL, DU[ a] teast[,..~i,,,~a ,~f ~i~a Gorhart's work. O~llUl~l~lll ~ I onmnmttlnn fnr e,~,~ I consmted of a large white ban. l ty mazmg a cnecK on [ne enec-lth,~.,~ ,.,~s a '~d "~ ha-' i~ ~ ~"~ .............. ":" .... s that he is the[ ........ I -S~ caking'" of'the west side of] aer with the wording National[tiveness of t p. [rather than wake up t~e Olsons[..,,~ . ~..,o~o,eaker ed strawberry plant[Ottered by t'. L:. [th~Pre~-ages .... id that the[ Recognition 1953 for Outstanding[ ....... c ...... [I slept on the hay' ] ........... v .. ounty, and the ....... Achmvement There were also Rod, who also helped Olson o gest row r i Seattle Pacific College is of-.cuttmg of timber, especially the ~ Ide ,_ g e n thel?.r, ..... ,. ,~.o. '''~*.7 "'~f~]p] ...... tt'.~ ~' ..g~t ..... ,. ~ l~hree plaques in the shape of,,,nau.,.onze...o.r |tear down the cabin is mildly]|rRv,,'P,~,,res also to -rocessors /scnolarsnlps to members oz [nelcellen[ pracuce, as 1[ nas ueen,.ncIe - _ - - . i~--~..~ ~^--~...,~ , ..... . - - P ....... ws l ' aseo memoersmp; a bronze II~~ L~A ~M~|~ a celebrity of sorts But Wash-I I plants for ~rower~ [~raduatmg classes of Pacific round that the best deer bro e| .......... [ ~ ] . . .... At Arl. Hemhts ~hip half a million|Nrthwest high schools on the|is found in the edges of the forest[s~v:rUn~at~unemag~ ~r~a~p~wer! a| Norman Freck, 18, of McMur-~Ing~.omans are ceiepratmg ~net~,, , ,~ . -~ .... 1 is of t, ,~ wa~ u, quay- is s endin 5260 worth of terrl[orys luu[n anniversary tnisl regon this" year basis of academic standing areas. He said that ann ys ~t' of ro ram ray p g $ Uub : aturda Y P g he ount all as the re year, and things like that make Y larvestint~ oneration[SChoolleadership, andChristia~,winterbrwsefrmthewestside[ Th ..... " ....... ]timeint c yj', -[ ..... ] _. .,. ........ o ,. , ....................... , ~re are oo ~uos in ~rnngton - It of an "'nauthorized ~o-,ride'Oladmers newswortny ~ Tne Arilngtoll Helgnls im- ~re loosened bv trac tlaeals" ~analaates mus~ ~eisnows a consmeraom lac~ oz tne|i. ~,~.,,~. n,~.o Isu u J ~ i ,, ..... " ............ - - - . ,~,.~...~. ....... ....**..., **.~,o,....,....~ +^ a .... ~ ..... a ..,,~,~, ....... u,..o. ~'- ~ "ar that didn't belon,, to him I tie is zar prouoer oz me Iact I provement ~lUO Will nave a spe- ar, WILILIll LLI~= ~J.~Jp~'l L~Z;1LL11 U L21~lk ~l~JL~ll|~ LU ~vglU~ ~JUU ~LllJL~ 111 ~ %~ ~ 9 , * , and when pulled ........ I ....... w- r IPack Meetin~ March 26 I -din- to a re-ort b-" OfficerIthat he has voted in every pn-]mal treat for its members and naken from the roots class, scnoiasncany, lammais, in [es[ pio~s ne eI There will be a Pack meetin_laccor g p y | .... | ........ . to the flaekin*, shed" Part time work opportunities|deer are kept for'experimental|T ...................~[Parker. ~m.ary:ana general election sineel~rmnas on~aturaay night, Ma~.. - . ~, ,I .......... ,~.,.~ .., ,~,,~,~ ~,,,4,~..~I .......... ~,~ --.-~*~ ~Ithn,,ah] ~,ursuay, iwarcn zu at ~.6u at [ne/ qherrock Satka ,ff East Stan-! wasnlng[on became a state, ne]zlst. Mr. henry ~acgs[rom wM| are cnpped and[ .............. | .....J_ .................. I.,chool cafeteria. [ ..... a w~- r,~nnrti-~ his car a]thlnks troubhng one s self to go/show pictures of his trip to ~re bundled i b vno wlsn [o lake auvantage oi leo wILn natural urow~e ~:UnL*IAU~ , ...... , --~ ~ .....~ - , . . . n uneh-m . .................... ~ .........................~^l On March 28 the Cub Pack , },aT ~nrd roi*~in~ whon th~ carlto the polls ~s a small price to|South America, and possibly Pete ? five for shl ment seli-nelp opporLunlut:~, i*l ~u- tu Iu~ Welgnt Ln[uugzzUU~, tz*~: ........... , ........ ~, ........ " "P .......... ] - . [] going to partm,pate m tt ..... d P'e-- Offi .... arker-avelpay for the privilege of Amen-|and Elo,se Thorsen will also ]lidon to me scnolarsmp, sucnlwmter. ' out O Rams ~ the Ev e ~pu~ . ,.. ~=~, r ~ 'c itizen -" "shOw' me " "" " -" ----- [ [ ]. .~ - - a~ er ] [hase and stoed dt the Hailer an c snip. [ so oz me pictures they sttldents may earn up to $300.00 Speaking of elk he said, it is , v " c , pp ~r. and Mrs. Ronald[ ~er year in campus employment.[hooed the large animals can be]~. , ' :mory.,.~,.Tlekets ....... are,...~a allab [bridge, as the wanted car sped a |" t Rod ............ left a good lob in Norway |took in Europe this:~past yea~_.. r~o..,,, ..... ~, .... ,m ._+ .... .^.~ .h,a~..tsshould~ . .................. :_|, ,.v,,~,, u,~ ~,~..,u..~.~.~80 miles an hour north I-- it pare ~ ~ano a new sul[ oz/*ue program Wl~l star[ promp[~ ,~****~, a ~un, ~rra*l ***tc.c~t~u o~.u~., , irestrlc[efl [o tne presen~ ranges Inl ,,----------.--I = --. Icl'Wh"s ,~e- ,,,~o~" *-, ,,,,,~,,, t,.lat ~-2n ndav March 6 I,vrite to Seattle Pacific College,/tho T~I..... ,,.tsln. th~ Ti.ton[ -- . v~ . n Returning to town tne otilcer]. "- -. ~2...J'-~'" "-- .......... / ~U'"7: .... erF" ....................... W shin ton nl s' ........... 1 e ch ]reports he picked up the youth iowa in i~ uon t Iorget me "White EIe , rancine Sue Hun-[3eattle 99, a g area and the Pe n u a, as a I Butch .... ..... : ....... I - ix years later a friend talkedlphant sale which will be held 0rn March 6 t " - i in [ne car within a snort un,~ o Mr ------------o elk, he said, re ulres as much , -[ I q / ~ ao . n,~o ~.~ ..... ~,,~a ~,. ~,,~,,~:thim into pushing on west to Se.[later this Spring. Any donations rank Hunter, Arhng food as four deer and they soon .... ,i ........ a tie W of t e for it wil , o I , , , / rreiers Arnn~mn Wilbur Stout scourt last Tuescl'a~l t . hat did he think h [ " "l be gratefully accepted o iruneral oervlces [destroy a good deer naoitaL[ Man-" ArH ..... ~" ...............d the .......a- was]Nrthwest~ Not much at first. ]and should be neatly wrapped[ o a dau hter Jo " :~ ~ .gtoz, ~.u~ uaven~gut, ~. yuu.~ ,i, , ,, . [ . . . "o~ oorn~ gto ~vzr" anctDel p y O !/* [ He urged that sportsmen co-[ ~.nurch~-,~,~.~_ ....... h ...... f~.,,~rl -e~ af~ ino],,dln~ on~t~ ] I lust had enough,, money to and tagged with their app.'oxa- .... ror ~orean ~Olaler [operate with the department in| Camano~i'si~an~'.'an~'~i~,~,~ -',i~'~ SaliVa' accordi~'- ~arker ]get back to Iowa, he recalled,[mate value. *Ullana " " u h th .................. ~ ..... b t " w h ....~" " 1" 11 0 . sending in p ne cards, as e| tan~ of th,~ ~,, hree~,~ *~* ~o~* ~is car narke,~ ,,- t~,~ st-eet]' u my friend ent broke and[ r O N,~-mona, oaugnter, riere amrna- l information on the cards when/ ,,..2. _. " .~?'"~,"Y .'~"'~ ~ ...... ~:,_'k ........ ~ :_ .Z_Y".. ""..=..__~ I I had to help him out" I!~ 91 A II! .. ". and Mrs Wa t r J . u,ow over there, DUL no[ so wire toe ~y~ *n toe lgnltzo~L ,, ". ~. . 1 e .~ " ..... [taken all together, gives the de-[ B .......................... th[ It took 30 years until Rod had[l~ol.~o meeu- ~. 3, Arlington, on -~luneral services w111 De neldl ....... . ....... ,.._~.,~ ;_~... ] uteri, a ~omen ~ocKer ~narges against ~ne you ~ ...... ~. ...... ~--a_ +.. ~^ ~.~,.} ,- _ "-- at the Chapel of Molls Funeral] ..... 1 Spaniel belonging to Mr. and were negl g nt driving, dri gl ............. l~,.,.J.... U-- '}~ h " .......... ~mauon as ~o game lake. i Mrs Adol,~h Floe of the Ar without a driver's license, andi~O zowa. ~y [na~ ume ne naa|~||~9 IT|~r, ~ v,a son,inomas eiome, on ~aturaa at z p m Ior i, " " t v Y " " It is ro osed to hold a eneral r st married, settled on the farm near as born toMr and Thomas Jerry Goldsberrv R 5,1 P .P . . g ....[ lington Auto Court. eluding ar e . [~.~.,.~.; ........ . The Arlington P.T,A. will meet - - ~ , .~,,-~u ,, famll , and as Williams, Arlint~- Arlington, who was kil'led " in[meeting in Arlington next Jra~t[ Feeling that Olympic ave- o- [~:~';~'~ "~'~'" , ..... ffh t~,~ ~J...,~. Monday, March 23, 1953 at 8 " ~" before the opening of the nunt nue was oor lace f ..... ,, -, .... ~,,,,u, action in Korea Nov. 1, 1952. ~ .... ; . .. | ~ p p or a ......... [lwest which had"'~rown .... "1 p.m. at the high school instead of L~~c~artad!M~ar!:r:inngn! ~~serali~e'~d!~:O;~f~l~'rs'a'~ini ~~utii ~;ii~:'l~7g~::uh:Ps:ac:kll~tr~fi:nfa~s:'~e?letm~P~ei~%:h~:'Ls:~ck'l~lys~l-~ ;: were born to Mrs.'~! Besides :isis aunt, Mrs. Howe [ C. L. Marsh, former editoi" of[ " p . , Cafelhria : ' []Mark It On Your [ "g " "for estabiish- ;, R. 4, Snohommh, Goldsberry is survived by another!The Arlington Times, o.bserved[ footsore a n d bedraggled, March 26---Public meeting at |i f'_l__.l__ ling. television channels for eehl- ~i7 Vmkle Loui;e aul~tvr~sidi%g:gawNebra~kaof the~oh~StS?~Lb~ir~hdMyn fWed~esday] ~hOgi~gkethe effects of the Alrl~gt.~ndt~ighoS~h?lnch [i t~LI~UU~[ [ca~monna~2r ~%utop~?oWl,!l be ~rel. born to Mr. and Congregational churPh, will con-[members of the Yamily called[ . Needless to say, ArlingtonAp con, a t Congregational [I Dcm_ci"~ every S~. urday n~hh]. There will be several numbers R 5, Arling duct the service Burial-will be inlduring the day to extend birth-i will be his home from now Church 12"30 II ToWn Tavern, ~iivana ~usic/ov me music aepartment of the Arlington cemetery. Iday greetings, on, says Mrs. Floe. ' " ]| hy Boh Wands & Kenny ]high sch~)]