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PAGE TWO THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, TtlURS., MARCH 19, 1953. 4-H Clubs To Hold Rallies Poultry Management In Growing Season It is close to 4-H Rally time Many Snohomish County farm- and the Rally Committee has ers have already secured their scheduled six rallies to be held chicks for. this year, or are plan. in different communities. All 4-H ning to get them very soon• The members, their parents and brooding season is at hand• Prob- friends are invited to attend one ably one good thought to keep of these rallies, in mind in the brooding opera- The Rally Committee is com- tion is to plan the brooding set- posed of 4-H club leaders repre- up so that good healthy chick- senting each community where ens will be raised with the mini- the rally is to be held These mum of labor and expense, leaders have arranged for the Whether this be done in portable /: ~: meeting place and will provide brooder houses or permanent ii ~,I [I the program for the evening, brooder houses and whether gas,I I I I] I I i "the ro ram at each rally will'electricity, coal or wood is used ..... consisPofggames~ fun, initiation for the brooder, are all important This is the famous Ford Rotunda with its redesigned exterior. Inside, the entire building, long Detroit's of new members the canale considerations and should be principal tourist attraction, will have a completely new series of displays and exhibits to show the progress lighting ceremony' and refresh ]taken into account when theof the automobile industry and its effect on American life. This artist's conception shows how the building ments.'~ °Both youth" and adults[ brooding system .... is being plan-will look when it is reopened to the public about June 1 as part of the company's 50th anniversary observance• will en*o- the wide varlet" ofIned" Whether md~ldual umt games ~nYd contests include~l in hover systems .are used or wheth- ~, I[ I[,-'-"-"--~ the program. A committee will er a central ne.aung system is GETCHELL Ill Ill ......... I h~ in rhur~,o nf ont.h rally Theluseo are also important oues- Ill ~Z-~XXJL~ rr ~.~'~,~" Itl ,Nll,V/-I/~d/4 I chairmen of these committeesltlons and should be considered Mrs Wllhs Hllde corr. III Mrs Hflde cur. I{I ........ { • " 17 [I " ' [[ Mrs irene vogmm, r A1 x o i llo [when planning the system so Telephone 21 [ Phone 2117 [ ~:. ....... .,...., [ are: M s. e Br de, Ke gg ..... i ...... " ~' ...... P .......... J r • ima: gooa cn CKS can De nanaieo. , Ma sh; Mrs. W. A. Zwlcker, Lake- . • • Par n -Tea wood- Mrs Geor'-e Surd,,k Sno [with the minimum cost of labor [_,.d~.l*o- Wden. 1250 Attend I_ e, oh_ .r • • 6 J , "~-..A .~.~.,: .... + ~au uva~" lw alovaa l~0mmurllrkr ~luo burnish;Mrs Walter Best,Ar. lal,u ~qu~p.i~m. . .... • v. .... llt~" . ~ _1_ /~I _L ] D-~ "~ +"^ "~ct that the or~an ' " " " • " D IAE tU tiie 11~. ~ " ling(on Heights; Mrs. Josephine[ Proper management . during Wedding March 15 imst, uaruen uu }ization formerly known as the Monken, Alderwood Manor; Mr [the growing season plays a _. .. ~ The Chuckanut District Feder "i ....... ...... " ........ Miss ~ett~, Jean Wilson dau=h ~ -i~ ivana ~'aren[-leacners ASSOCb W. ~. Larson, Victoria Heights. Ivery lmponam part in me pro- , ...... z ..... ' .....s "lated Garden Club met March 10tation does not ,~a,, dues to the • d ction of a vi orous health t~r o~ ~wr. anu lvlrs, t:. r. WilSOn. • • ~" ~ . These chairmen have selected[ u . . g . ,,. . YI,~ ~mo,~n m .... ,~ xr.~, ,~,~n [at F~dehty hall, with 250 at-[ County PTA, but use their other leaders to help plan andllay!ng oiru asthe enieK aevemps ~k¢5"':k:'~- "~" Y:'~' ;A'_ ~:~Jltending. The speaker of the/money f-or ioca school nro~ects t, onduet the rally in their respec-[ana is reaoy :or the proauction ~'~"~k°y~"' ~ ~*~.:~'~ ~,~'~: f.~7~]morning was Mr. Wood, speak-[it is not elieibleto use the name • " " flock Feedin ta s a ver lm .~,,~,u,~, u~ ,~,,~. ~,~ ull,~- . ,, . ,, ~ . I~¥e commumtms. The commun-[ • g P Y Y . " ,~n ~ ..... ~,,~ ~,,,~o,, a~o~,~lmg on Conservation. Mr.[Parent - Teachers Association ities selected for holding 4-H ral-[portant part in the right develop- ~ %- "."-~'~'-. yW"~."~, ":"~'.'lCombs of Oreaon s,~oke in the af-~ .... ~+^~ *~- ...... *~-*~^-- - ~,; ~t~a at~ a~ ~u,~uw~: [,,.c.~ ,~ t,~= ..,~....u. ~'--'" "-~ in M~rxzexHllo Th.~ oa~,~,~,~n,,lternoon on olrus, gave olr(l[be Known as bllvana rarent ~r,~u,,,, ~,o~ ~ ..... ~n ~feeding schedule for chicks from .... ~ .................... ~calls and showed slides on,w^-^--- ~ ..... ,+.. o,..~, w~ • the first week to maturity is glv- s pe In m~d by the Rev. E. birds Election of nfficers was m,~,~t: ...... ~u h,~ h,~n ~,~t~,~ ' ~e- P^"l*r" Pointers No 14 en Chf:oro l~ewnam. ~ ............ ~ . . . Thursday night March 26th. at . " ............. e, .................. 8"00 n m Mrs Alex Brodie. chair-I ". u, t y • , - ........ [held w~tn Mrs. wnl[my ot r~ver- first Thursday evening m the -~-nan.'- .... ]titled, and Manage- ~or :ne occasion tne cnurcn[ett elected president• /month as usual• On March 21st ......... ~menc ot (:rocKs ann rmmts. Ae- was oecoratea With purpm ta-[ __ [tho Club will hold a Bake Salo . LaKewooa~-=~cnoo~ .~ym, ~r~-}cording to this schedule for the pers, daffodils, lavender stock Mrs Lottie Alstromleft for ~t-th~ ~ilv~,~"M~ro.,~til,~ C~,-~ ~ay mght, ~aarch 7m, at 8.00 • and 1 • • • m *~-o ,*r A 7.wlok~r -~,~'- [hrst and second weeks, c!ean wa- .p u.m blossoms. The nuptxal[cahforma on Monday mormng [pany Lunch will be served from =:'~ .............................. [ter snould be Kept belore the mus.~e ,lncmae~ ~wee~. MysterY[where she will visit in San Fran=]10 a.m. until 5 p.m. All are in- ~*~n~ h " h H ...... [chicks at all nines.. Starting o~ t,l~e ann A~ oawnmg. I cisco and Los Angeles. [vited to attend. Remember, do ..~no orals -7 !ign ~cn.ool ~Ym,[masn snould be Iea.m noppers, The bride, given in marriage', Mr. and Mrs. Bert Scott ac-lyour shopping on Saturday, we~nesaay mgnt, Apru ±st, at[and chick-sized grit or coarse by Mr. Duard King, was gowned companied Mr. and Mrs. VernonlMarch~21st, and also help the 8:00. p.m., Mrs. George Surdyk,[sand should be made available in orchid satin, with fitted bod-]Scott and Sandra of Everett to[Silvana Parent Teachers Com- • ehmrman. ]in hoppers for them . In the .ice, tight pointed sleeves and alMarblemount to visit Mr. andlmunity Club. Arlington Heights--Commun-[fourth week, a start can be made Queen Anne neckline. She wore[Mrs. Max Scott and 2 boys. [ 2ty Hall, Wednesday.night, April[in feeding grain, such as barley, a two tiered, veil, waist length .... The P T A is planning a tal-[ The Zion Ladies' Aid' will" meet ~th, at 8:00 p.m., Mrs. Mary Ann[wheat, oats or cracked corn. She carried a white prayer book ent show in the near future. It[on Thursday afternoon, March :Best, chairman. ]This may be fed in hoppers or in with orchids and streamers. !is open to anyone who wishes[26th, at the Josephine Sunset Victoria Heights ~Community[the litter or it may be fed in Miss Roberta King was maid of to enter. Be on the watch for the/Home in Stanwood. The lunch Hall, Saturday night, April 11th,[the yards, either on the ground honor and Evelyn Girven and lexact date. Iwill be potluck is antici- [or in the hoppers. Edna Davenport, bridesmaids. [ Mr. and Mrs. Willard Crow and pated that all the members will ..~tt~,,:~,:~,.~r~p [ Plenty of space for chicks is a The grooms attendants were~Bob of East Stanwood visited plan to attend this meeting ~~ [very important thing in the Carl Woge, best man, and Jameswith the George Siegels on The Silvana Sewin~ ~ircle ~~_~ [brooding plan. For the first Caudle and David Anderson. Sunday. met -t the h~me of M~'s Elmer ~'~"~-~,~'~~ [couple of weeks, at least one The tapers were lighted by Tim-] Mr. and Mrs. George Stuller Husby~ last Tuesda- af'ternoon ........... " ]inch per chick should be provid- othy King and Jimmy Lindborg. of Mt. Vernon were Friday eve- with a laree number~of member~ ..... led in hopper space, then this Mrs. Wilson, the bride's moth-ning callers at the Louis Stuller .,~n , ~t,~'~ ...... t r,~l-w~, ~l~1~..~h.~ snoulu De increasetl :o one ann E , ,~ ua= ~ ~=E~ u~u= u.E~ w~ui nome. b,,~,r ~ft,~r~,~,~,~ ~ dolioir~,,c Ik~l~_'r~r~.'~;~.Awn l,fln one-quarter inches the third pink , accessories, while the March 11 was the last meeting lunc~h was~se'rve'~ bvthehos~ess° .................... week,and then from the fourth gr.oom-s mother wore a grey suit of the Lakewood P.T.A., with a .... ~..., to eighth weeks, four feet of w~th hlac and black accessor- very large attendance. President i~ast.or ann Mrs. J. tl. ivlyrwang were guests at the Lewis Nyhus Northwest's hopper space per 100 birds for ms. Mrs. Dunn opened the meeting home at Conway last Sunday af- Finest THURSDAY MARCH 26 GATES OPEN SHOW STARTS ALWAYS the mash for the birds should be provided. If the scratch grain is fed in hoppers then four feet of hopper space per hundred birds should be provided. In providing water for the chicks, duringthe first two weeks, two jarfounts per 100 chicks should be used. This num- ber should be increased to three founts for the third week. Further information is con- tained in the above mentioned Poultry Pointers, which is avail- able to anyone interested. They may send their request to the A reception followed the cere- mony. Pouring were the groom's si~ters, Mrs. Henry Johnson and Mrs. Robert Borchgrevink, Mrs. Iack Lindborg cut the cake, which was beautifully decorated with yellow and touches of or- chid, and was made by the bride and Mrs. Bill Lindborg• The young couple left imme- diately for a short honeymoon. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Haaland motored to Kent on Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Jim Howard and family. The prayer meeting group of County Extension Office in Ev- the Getchell church will attend erett, Room 202, Federal Build-{the meetin~ of Merv Rosell in ing.--Arnold Z. Smith, County I Everett on X~rednesday. Extensmn Agent• t Mrs. Bill Kluin returned home "~t---~:-~.~~~--,~ ---~h--~r: I from the hospital on Friday ........... , ..... Lar~v_, .__lr- • . . man *" , r [where she is recuperating nlce- Al(lerwood Manor --- School[ ly. gym, Friday night, April 17th, at! . 8:00 p.m. Mrs. Josephine Mon-[C°mmumt¥ Club ken, chairman• The Community Club met on Earl B. Hope, County Exten- sion Agent, urges all 4-H mem- bers to bring their parents and friends and attend the rally in their community. The leaders have planned a good program. There will be fun, games and refreshments for young and old. There was a total of 1075 people attending' the rallies last year and we hope that this year the rallies will be bigger and better. Friday night at the school• The program consisted of several pi- ano and accordion numbers by Mrs. Fred McGrew and Shirley McGrew, and ~ reading by Mrs. Alice Larson. Two volunteer fire- men from Marysville were pres- ent and told of the need for a new fire engine in the depart- ment. Mrs. Fred Lindborg spoke on Civilian Defense and urged each one to take an active part. F~lms were shown the children after which lunch was served. Dr. W. Glen Biffer Mr. an~d Mrs. Arthur McGre'~ were supper guests of the Mark OPTOMETRIST Dunns at Lakewood Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. O. ~ Johnson BIG 310 Mrs. Tingue of Monroe and Mrs. Ol m,_c Ida Mi4~ard of Sweet Home, Ore.. were visitors at the Walter Bai- FEATURES Arlington, Wash. icy home on Sunday. • The C. E. Haalands received a - hOURS - Phone telephone call from Richard AND 9:a0 a.m. to S:a0 p.m. 3131 Haaland on Saturday night, Closed Tuesdays saying he expects to get a pass O I to come home soon. He is sta- . CARTOONS Evenings by Appolnlment [tioned at Fort Lewis. The Getchell Church will hold 1000 YEARS HEAR WHAT ,0 U COME EARLY Special - il and also gave the opening pray- er. The prc~gram was very inter-' esting, with Marilyn Whitman playing 3 numbers on the piano; Carol Danard and Elaine Olson played a clarinet solo accompan- ied by Miss Hawkins onthe pi- ano. The school band played 4 numbers, which were enjoyed by all. Two door prizes were won by Mrs• Hughes and Mr. Strick- land. Rule of the month is "Cour- tesy makes the Commonest per- son Courtly." A very nice lunch was served by Mr. Cardinal's room. The 4-H girls raffled cakes and pies. The next meeting will be on Thursday, April 9. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Tommer: vik of Tacoma visited over the week-end at the Sigurd Tommer- ternoon, after the services in Lakewood. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Peterson, Carl Broyen, Jennie Halvorsen and Marie Larsen visited Mar- garet Halvorsen on Sunday• She my Caesar, Mike Tryon, Bjorn Elskaug, Allen Bjorn, Linda Bjorn, Kathy Strickland, Laurel Wallace of Everett, Tommy Shur- stad and Bucky Hasko. Dennis' grandmother, Mrs, Amelia Has- ko, and the Bjarne Olson family called in the evening• Mrs. Ray Lyons spent the week-end visiting in Anacortes. On March 7, Harold and Otto Bjorn enjoyed a joint birthday party at the Otto Bjorn home. About 29 were present including vik and Rev. Hovik homes, children. The evening was spent Three young people from the in .playing bingo. A late lunch Lakewood district went to thelwas served• state debating college of Pugetl Mrs. Lillie Morten and Mrs. Sound in Tacoma on Thursday, Henrietta Bjorn were afternoon Friday, returning on Saturday• callers at the Otto Bjorn home i They were Iola Bjorn, Nancy Tare on Monday• and Joyce Brose. A group of 9 boy~ gathered at the Howard Jensen home on March 12, to help Dick Jensen celebrate h's 14th birthday. The afternoon was spent in playing baseball• Dinner guests at the Bjarne Olson home on Wednesday eve- ning were Mr. and Mrs. Geqr4~ Hove and Marvin Iverson of Tioga, N. Dak., Mrs. James Me- Kay and daughter Wanda of Se- attle and Emil Iverson of Ever- ett. Preparations are being made at the 1st Lutheran Church in Lakewood to entertain the North Puget Sound Circuit Convention on March 22. There will be 2 ses- sions, one at 2:30 and one at 7:30. Supper will be served at 5 by the Lakewood ladies. There will be guest speakers and spe- cial music• Mr. and Mrs. Bert Scott were dinner and evening guests of Mr. and Mrs, Hal Norrie in Everett on Saturday. Mrs. Hannah Bucklin and Mrs. Bill Grote of Cicero visited with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Thompson on Tuesday. The Dorcas Sewing Circle of the First Lutheran Ladies' Aid will meet at the home of Mrs. Howard Swalling on Tuesday af- ternoon, March 24. Major and Mrs. Swen Hanson of Seattle visited with Mr. and Mrs. Peter Nerland on Sunday. Mr. Nerland accompanied them home for a few days stay. There will be special Lenten services with a guest speaker on Thursday evening, March 26, at 8 o'clock. I Little Jerry Thompson of Ever- ett spent the week-end with his[ grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom] Thompson. I Mrs. William Hasko enter- tained a group of youngsters at her home on Monday .in honor of her son Dennis' 7th birthday. The guests were Jerry Swalling, Jim- :Jr. services every Sunday at 11 o'clock. Sunday visitors at the Bill Kluin home were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Whitehead of Stanwood, David Whitehead, who is home on furlough from Colorado, Mr. Arthur Gregg, Mr. Paul Klein and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kluin of Arlington. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Olcott and Judy and Mr. and Mrs. Willis ttilde and family motored to Ev- erson on Sunday to visit the .Mandell Hilde family. is still a patient at the hospital in Snohomish. The Progressive Homemakers' Club met at the home of Mrs. Vern Hurlbert March 6th. Six members were present and also one visitor• After the businesss meeting a delicious lunch was served by the hostess. Pvt. Walter E. At Fort Lewis Fort Lewis, Wash., Pvt. Walter E. Haas, Arlington, Wash•, signed to the 44th vision at Fort Lewis, for basic training• The Circuit Meeting of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Walter is the son the North Puget Sound Circuit Mrs. Paul Haas, w will convene at the First Luther- 3, Arlington, Wash. an Church in Lakewood on Sun- He is assigned to day, March 22, beginning in the 123rd Inf. Re~t. afternoon at 2:30. There will beI The 44th Division an inspiring program with spe-lois National Guard cial music. The evening session led ~in February, 19~ will begin at 7:30• Dinner willltioned at Camp Cooke, be served in the Church Hall at]til last December. 5 p.m. All are invited• I Pastor J. H. Myrwang was the Scandinavian stude~ !guest speaker at the Camano Is- recently offered.a s~ land Lutheran Church Lenten[featuring their favorit~ • " I n Pederso..~~ Services last Wednesday eve- Kare -~ ~-~*aii~ nmg Mrs J H Myrwang went and Jo rso~ .... . the e Pede, to Seattle Tuesday morning to living in the house o~ visit the children. Mrs. Sena/stuenfarm just-south Dahl visited at the J. W. Myr-]laguamish bridge off wang home last Friday after-[way" noon • { Mrs. Beatrzce Rod, pl The. Lutheran .Missi°n Circle./he Daughters of Nor~ meeting at the Clifford Hennlng[minding all the me~ home last Thursday was verY/also friends to save well attended. [winding bands from tl We are sorry. . to know that Mr..,/eoffee ca s .~_.~ bn ~,~d rinl Alfred .... Howg is not well at th~s the lodee meet__oin~ in' time, and has to be in the hosp~-I Members of Miolner tal for some time. It is sincerely 34 are snonsorinb a so hoped that he will regain his]tainmen"t on the- e~ health and physical vigor. I March 28th in Vlk" ing C. H. Rod Honored , . ~ [Jens Jensen of Arlingt A large, numoer o~ rein(ires, present to show pict~ and friends attended the b~rth'- will be of much inte! day of Mr. C. H. Rod last Sunday members and neople ii afternoon and evening. A social munitv Refreshment; evening was enjoyed by the served~with the menf0 guests, which was followed by a complete charge Mel delicious no-host lunch Among friends are invi" • ted. those who were present for the Mrs Paul McCann, occasmn were his father, K. O. San "Diego, ~.~]if., : Rod, and hm three sisters and daughter who under~ their families, namely. Mr. and ior o~eration two wee! Mrs. John Wangsmo (Anna), Mr. ~ Mr'and Mrs I)ick i~ and Mrs. Charlie Norway (Olga), Pasco were week-end: and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Olsen the home of Mr and (Myrtle)~ of Seattle. Maurstad i"~,, ~.a";'*+~ M:. and Mrs. Carston Larsen stad, who is basketb~ announce the arrival of a daugh- the high school in ter at the General Hospital in to Seattle for the ] Everett last Thursday afternoon, Mrs Anne Maurstad March 12. She joins a sister, Jan- to Seattle to visit wi ice, and two brothers, Larry and and their families Micha ....... el. week-end• Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Husby of ---~.--~ -7" Everett are rejoicing over the --Lpl addition of another baby girl to their family circle. A daughter D tl ~ weighing over 8 Ibs. was born to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Potter of in Inglewood, Calif., on Wednesday, March 4th. Mrs. Potter will be so remembered by her friends here as Betty Lou Husby, Mr. and Mrs. Hugby having been visiting for over a month with Mr. and Mrs. Potter in the south. Surprise Pc~ty Several weeks ago a large number' of friends of Mr. John Sliper invaded his home in the Norman community and sur- prised him,on his birthday. Rem- iniscing and a general good time was enjoyed by the guests, which ~ Cleans • was followed by a bounteous re- • Revives Color past. A gift was presented to Mr. • Re-enlivens wool Sliper as a memento of the oc- casion. Mr. Sliper, who has made DURACLEANING Is service recommended his home with his sister and her foremost husband, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. 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