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-% No. 48 Arlington, Wash., Thursday, March 26, 1953. Consolidated with Arlington Chronicle April 3, 191, . b I /F ill]$ ,pr0pnialred I'or II0c,I ana oy laws members aosem IIll Illl Ill I []i l[l[/] ,ntWedneS'!where[[ ]n thin tr e sm ]]][[[]..o.,| **~,=.u ~ ~u.,,t=. tu o..u.m kL, ! q /llin ' , " " ! 'iingofthe Advis- able and that it wouldbe ad- ~:iiii:..:i/ ..... 11 " Pnrrmcn m Arhnnt, nn of fl~e school district vantageous for the school to pur- ' EVg~l BN,#M Ell rJ|||||~|'WM ~d lay March 17 Harley chase them The School Board | ~ ~ ~ ] ] [ ........... ] '.~' dent told the Council asked that the council consider,I ~ ~ ~ i ][] Although state HigHway ..1-.-, ~etchell-Sisco rieights road 12-A d lots borderin on and bring a recommendation be- ~ ~]g .. ~~ i i ~]moved a little closer to reaL!ty, ~mprove 1-~- o . [ To the south on what is known ~'~ )ertv wor, n .... gvail fore the next Board meeting | i i B]when it was announced oy me Other items oI interest locaL- as Highway 2:A, which connee~ ~ " ..........." March 26th Mr Wangsmo school I i i Bl~tate highway department that ly in the announcement, is that[with 1-A at Woodinville, Mr. ~ b'-ardmember" and Mr Ter ~ ~i~: i I [[15160 000 had been appropriated Highway 1-E the Silvana road For e st ted there is an a rQ- , - ....... : :~::~ ,. , g Y a , PP ~axns ~eson su"erintendent outlined :: ~: :: i I ~[~or purchase of right-of-way for Arlington to Highway 99 will belpriation of $10000 for loeatkm ,w . ,,~, ~he lots i~ question and discus- " ~ i [] ~I~his road for one mile through resurfaced. In connection with]survey, Woodinville to ~05th St. |:,. ,|.~._ ~ sion followed. A committee was i ~:::. ,~he town. of Arlington. , consider- the latter project, crews of sur-_ N.E. and $10,000 for location, sttr- | ~-- , named to investigate the sale of ~ ..... ::~{ ~ i 1 B[able dmappomtment was ex: veyors have been engaged ln[vey from Wayne to KlrklandL bl )p ~'dnn,~h~ these nronerties with view of ~ur- ~ ~. :~ " :' .......... I i ~ ,@: |pressed here when it was married running Hues mr this improve- i From Middleton to Kirkland - L~U,~t~H " "- -- ~ .... : ~:" ~ er o - chase for the school and make a ...... ...... ~ that although there w e n merit for several weeks It m n- there is an a ro nation for eQn- & " .................I o ..... ill :: ::: ~'1 ]] ' Jj " ~j[ - - PP p lngton PTA held its recommendation to the Board" ~ ~ll+[fundsavatlableforacontlnua-nouneed that this road will be struction, $762,500 and from ~' o .....-':" "-do .. M~ ~'u ....oh~irm~n Mr~ En" ~-i~:~:~~ ~ ~ tion of the highway north from widened and straightened Kenne dale to Renton $864000. '"ELII1vlarcn~o ............. , ............ , -.- -" " ............ : ' .::: ~'. Y , 't i'- "Ig . . , at selman Mr Giebel Mr Grewe ~~ i ~:!i ~ii]its present terminus in the vi- 1-A Upkeep [ The above are all on what is d - ~ mespeech room at Mr' Olson and Mrs' Knudson ' ~~ l~ i ~i ~!]cinity of Lake Stevens, an appro- 'In respect to appropriations[known as the East Pacific high- * ~enoolwith Mrs Clff- " . . " " ~ ~~ i ~:~;:: ~/priation of $360,000 had been for Highway 1-A very little was|way and are part of the through r .' " Would Abate ~uisan~ze ~?~: .: . . , P eslding ................ ,.... _~ .... ~ ~:::::: ~~ ~: :i[made for construction of a new appropriated aside from the I highway that will eventually be ,~. business meeting was the condition of the rodent in. i~ ~ :: |road from Cavalero s corner to $160,000 for right-of-way pur-[constructed from the Canadian twh~ ................... ~ l~ ~ ;~:/a connection with HigHway 1-A chase in Arlington. There is $15 - border to Tenino. ~W"~cn. anomlnaung corn- Ies~ ooarn ~n~neo~mmty oltne ~ i~ II~ ~[:,[at its present northern terminus. 000 for a new bridge in What-[Highw~ - ie n,~x, uHthin th,~ oitv llmlt~ it ~ i~ ~ ' :~.: [ tiaa mzs appropriation been corn county also appropriations[ (~th~ar annrnnriations which ,ugramconsisted of a :/,.:"':o,~':'~'~'~'~d~ "~tg~'("~-~h'~ ~ l~ IV '! i :!:i:il ii}i,[made to extend the highway 4% for repair of the Nookachampl,.uq'."~--,,]t i~'e.~'truot'inn in rhi_~ by Miss Joella Wil- schoofboar'd"-con?act-'the ciiy . i ' : !iiii i:i /miles north, to connection .with bridge, tlle. Skagit riverbridgelv'ici'ni yare.$ : 5-forconst e. t~v ~ me ~etcnen roan, ]t m pomteu ann a ormge across ,~uanat o accordion solos by council with a view to having the I ~ i~ ~ ~ ~] .......... ". _ . . , /tion of a truck lane on 99 from . . . . ' ::i~ OUt It WOUld nave provmea a creeK, all on t-a and ior some " ri Irle M w sltuatmn remldled ~ .... ~, . . the Stsllaguamtsh river b dge Y cGre . _ - .. ', **,i Ill I ~A i~ ..... ~ l [/good road for approach to the blacktop resurfaemg m the v"tnorth also -e~300 for construe- t: Adams of the Vniver- ~ew l, r om.ems _ ill Jill II~ I l~B illlk : :~J~ ~ ~|Granite Falls area, and also a cinity of Deming, according toltion of truck~ane from Pilchtmk W Mr rKerJeson gave each mem .* ashington spoke on - ' . - ..... " ~ Ill II|] lit I ~[~.~ i~ ~::i{:::~;~ ~ ~lc0nnection from 1-A near Arling- District Engineer D. D. Forgey tO/creek crossing, north and ~.~ ~n for Education" He oer a copy oI n)s rum-year ,us~- i liB II|l I~ II Nr'~ i~ ~{~ ~ IS[ton to the new highway via the The Times this week. I for truck lan~ south from~'i~er t . ness report to tne tmara oi l)lr. , |~ ,~ " I sChan~el 9snoSeatt!e_ ectors and spoke briefly on the [ III IIII I|., |1. ...... ,__._ .,,_ ,., /soot,on w,th. , , ryan* ehan.,~ o.a n,,~ o~'~" problems now facing the Board ] Ill IIll Ill [ I |lr-ugene xvlar z iv ern n.illoren /Stanwooa roao), 0f ~-~o ...... ,~ .... ~.e~:- and the District. "As always in a I nllllml Ill I ~/~/~il~ -- . -- - ~ ./ ]o ! ~ ] The amount appropriated for ,e st~imn~Yaneae?e%d laegwis2at,iVeleYear'ivactin e~ust I IIIIIII IIII~i~imll~rusUeatoream loernousiy lnjurea .IHighwayl-E Arlington to ~1~. LSed Atpresent Seattle" t g slat p oc re. . . Juncuon is ~J.DZ,LRIO g a" drive to raise the Th~Sn~ett. " bYear graVer_ problemsl isl" r wereand [ III IIll III I ~ l~ 1 I |tAt Morcrop Plant' fin Woods Accident [ The truck lanes on 99 will 0f the money for the u lea y ne eg atu e . . . eliminate the slowaown of traffic so now must be settled at the In a tragm acmdent Vern Lflloren, 40, was serious- / at the steen hills through tl~ _. . local level; namely for this dist- i[day morning at the Morcroplly injured last Friday morning/eut~ north n~f th~ Stillag~ami~h l~ents were servea in I III IIII III I l []-- , .......................... ~ a t r s and ...^ Lxme Co lant at Trafton, Eu about 10 o elock when he was[ e r'ct, raise in cache alary [ P " , river and Pilehuck creek. na at the close of the tae ..... ri-,~ ,e *he kinder~,artDons Davm daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Davm of ~oW|gene Martz 25, was crushed to struck b a fallin sna while .... ~- .......... b " r,, , Y g g' ro i " i on " A ~nooinl olootion rnnv ho Olymplc Avenue, was recently given one of the leaalng roles ln[donth whon he became caught workin~ in the THn,n, nt~ ~. l~nhh The app pr atlons merit onml 7~'i~,h'~Tb'~tC=~l~'th~),~ ,"~"~th~ the Arlington High all-school play "Too Many Relatives," which[in,h"e moving machinery ]camn o~ Green IVIo~,~t~~- ...... [are the regular general fund and ~, -,~- -robierns will be produced Friday April 10 m the h~gh school aud~tormm./ .... ....... I .......... are not related to the road bon~ v .... ' ' THe accident occurre~ at aoout tie suiierea a oroKen rigHt [~ ~li~V~V ||~ S.~ecial Lev~, Su,--.esied Miss Daws will portray the part of Mabel Savage, a young bride[ ............. at[ ............ [fund. ~'----~J V" JV : == who u ......t-m-" i--do ~ .... ' -"~- - ~'-"oe full -- + ..... ,,/~t a.m., none ot me wo~lll~[l suoumer maoe, me arm also De-[ r~e~,~ .~,~.~,.~o ,.,i.~;.~ ~,~^hn_ A committee, compos d of " lativ r "v the plant w~tnessmg the tragedy, mg pulled from the socket" also[ . -School Children H ort rewe and Mr ~ark r:2.,,es:5~L,:2at://~s~'ply laughs galore and a show you [ Frank Flatt, foreman states a fracture of the skull and sev-lm~hocunty,recmving attention r . er was appointed to study the a , th d ust left the ma- eral nb fractures on both s~des . P esenf tzme, through ....... o at he ha ] . . , , }l ~.]g~ ~. ~ ..... Iwsabfl~ty of asking for a specml ! . ~.n 11 .~--- PI..L U.... /cbin,~ t. t-the office Everv-|wzth b/ood and aw zn the pleural Mukllteo Boulevara, a new in: .... *k~ ~'"" ,~'~' ? o.~.-i levy in support of kindergarten Arlxn ton nlnemen i~mn:, %..,iuu t[~$~r~ / thin= "se~med to be o~eratingIcavity Iroad from Cavalero's Corner to g rnaae to obtain tne l : * . * ~ v " [ all" children who will .A confhct of dates resultedjn ~._ t,~L____I___L. ..... J M ........ [normany. He said that he wasI According to his brother Den-lmeetthenew~kHighwayl(A (re~ 'ears. old by November!, me aosence, oI memoers, oI me 1 Ill blldlll~U~lll, ~ I[~LMIllCU IVII~|~HGi ~ absent for only a minute or two ny,. who was working. . nearby and v'~'~.~"=..~='~" ~"' ~:~'= la .nn,*~..~ ~ ...... ~.i Adwsory Council. The Com-] Th-lo,~-, ~m. t,~.,~ h~oU,~ tb,~ ~,~,~ "Pm~" Bra~h~.r ~-~,~ ~ /~,ho. ~ ~ot-rnen to find Marksldmcovered his strmken brother ..... f ..... s ~-H,sh~,,~ 99 ~,uuth ..... n the ....................... ......................... " .......... , " 'of Everett avin of the new iX Years~o~'' ~y Novem [merclal Club meeting o . . l own record again Thursday tcently returned from the Belgian|caught in the machine. Marks [he, Denny, had just felled a tree [.. _ ' P .. g_ . _ ~ho are not now reais:] same night as me ~ouneil:.ln[ night March 12 by defeating the[Congo showed motion pictures[job said Flatt, was to feed the['whieh had evidently jarred the[t~raaway cutoli, ann resurtaemg ~" accordance with the consrltU[lOD oI tHe ~tevens russ l-llgnwa~v ~indergarten. ! ...... IEvere'tt V. F. ~'. team on the[and spoke to the Arlington Lionslcrusher, his position being on alstanding snag. Vern was buck-[ ........................... err ~ .... ,o., ,.~ .~ot-~ .. ", , . ,.Ihome range by the score of 19231Club last Monday night bring-/ platform near the po" l" g " e , u " g a chain saw I . _ . " ..... v,, ............... the tnir~ successive meeting wi~ " " ' " " th ma and as he sawed hr ' minn. to 1821. m a vet lnterestm stor of the rock ~s dumped into e - t ough the log, . . :Y as complete as pos- be dropped and the Board Mem- . .,_g ..... y. .. . !g . ry. [ ..... [it dro""ed ~ f^w i .......... [ There will also be mgnal eon- ~Will greatly assist the]ber asked to fillthat vacancy. I. C!ayton Grant tied the county[~nedco~g~tm~or~s ]~erm[v~Ir~a/cnme- .................. /seemsVj~rre~t~e snag~)whic~a:tltrol installation at the junction ecutives in their plans Unon the election of Mr Brad ImmVmuat recora oysnootingI .... y ~. ~ / rte nan tort tn]s point anu nau|__ '_" ...... s_ _ ~-P'[of Hiahwav 99 and seeondsr~ next school term. Miss ].v ~ tho ~oho.~ Roara ho nnm:i395 out of a possible400. His[natives a ~nristian munaation. /gone to another part of the ma-/p~renuy, na~. oeen ~ro~en P.Ylstate ~i~,hwa- ~.w ..,~ ~.~ er ~ ~even years ago Just oelore where he chmbed over a'me previous jarring OI me iall ~' "~-' "* "" - , school nurse also~ ............................. ;score was 100 prone 100 sitting, , " chine " "a cost of 500~ This'~':zs .... at the ~ese names in "~renara led Mr. G!enn Parker totake his]~9 kneeling, 96 off h'and [embarking on his journey to the[guar~ and apparently had slip-ling tree, but had remained[ .... $~... ' .... v v " ptace on the I, hGuncll an~ ~vtrs. ~. ~, ' stun in ~nonomlsn-~lng uoun~y line. the regular Pre-Schooll w~ ,,m'i,~t~a t. WaLt Engbrecht was high for]Congo, Rev: Brashler :spoke tO/ped or became caught by a[ . d !g. The broken top, about[ ~hann~li~nti,~n nna ~n,m|,~.~v~- ,~, nf -" ........................... ~ the mca~ LIONS ann ~o,.~s return v be which threw him s~x-mcnes mrougn ann twenty ......................... ormation concerning ..... Ev rett with a 374 score , ., hea y It . " io i " fill the posmon of Vine Chmrman. ~ . bye feet 1 [t n of H ghway 99 at the m~r- Wlll be given at a later *~. ,,u ,~ ....... ,~.n ,,~.-. Arhngton ]engagementwas gre~'ly en]oY-/agamst a heavy roller, crushlngl_ .ong, fell and struck .... ,......, *~. u~,, .... I... t,--.~ o wm~.2 ~,,~___~:~v.~..**-~ .... I C'la"ton Grant 3q~" Barn,~,, nr,m ted, the memoers remaznmg long|the skull. It was here that Flattlvern as ne stooa beneath it. ~"*~,~,,~'~= ~'"~'.~= ~'~ 1o ............... Ine 387" ChesterBluemke 3~5 after t e closing hour to ply h~m|d~scovered h~m [ Denny, who was using a chain .... ~ r, ~ga~fuq not nave any CHildren; not met fluting me past monm] , , , ~ ; ,.,~th .,,o~.~o . ,~_... ~_~ .. ............ ~o~ ~. ,~.= o~. , , . *.*~,, ~,~,~ot~,,o. ~aw, liuu JU~L pUL an unaercut and think your child s~ and had no report. Due to the Lloyd Hartley, 378, Gill Russell,i ~,~,,rne,,;.~ ~^ .~.~ .... ~.. **,,~| The ambulance was called, t; .............. t Location and aequisitmn o~ , ~,,,* ~-,s ~, ~.c-- v,,o~ -, ~,,~hi G on uillitz Web x. another tree and SHOUted a - ;Y be overlooked kindly aforementmned confhct It was/378.Total, 1923. ~.ta~i,~~ ~, ............... ~..~ v,~,,|Asst. C ef or, d_ Q, .] ............... ' ..... fright-of-way for the new limited[ ne . , , = - , .. ,..~. ,,. ,~ ,~,~ ,,=~=oo,..# .,,..,~.. r an an Robt Meier an Wallllilg to nJs oromer oelore - Washington School sug~,ested that another member V. ~. W., r v Moo m d " .... access h~ghway from Everett r LincolnSchool Tellofthecouncflm,ght head the Walt Engbrecht, 374 Leonard[2a00 rnilo~ Tho,a tr~av~l hv[swermgthec " [ .................... [south atacostof$238000. Th~ o , . . . and M s. Brashler to tr& el about . all felhng ~t, but reemvmg no reply , ............. .7 ...... ~ , vv~nt to XtlVe~tlgate, ano mus ' give the following in- Council s committee to meet l Sence 373; Howard Brooks, 364; . .... Eu ene Martz was born m Le- . .. _. will be over a route of 11.49 mllt~ P ' - ' ' Ha i els mith station Wa~u. g round Lhe mjured man. chlldsname, dateoLwiththeCommerclalClubscom-]Jlm nkn, 356; N enS ,I Rev Braohler oaid th-* thelRoy, Kans., Sept" 3, 1927, andl ......... IfrOm the Old BOthell ROad and rn 54 Tot l 1821 ~ ~ ~ , r n race THe Arnngton amomance was end of resent new Broad e of parent or guar. mittee headed by Mr Jensen 3 a " .... / ,~ lived in A lingtn s' I P way !Phone number and ad- Jack Davis was named Vice The Arlington Rifle Club wonlCl~em~e~Stshar~wma~nngAf~cna|1947 ~ Icalled, and it was driven bylcutoff to the King County line." I Chairman of this committee, the. Snohomish. County. 'champ-. ~hrough their "AfriCa for Afri -|. He is survived' by his wife, webbDr BenMrman'Bur o neaCCmpaniedand Bob M ibYr " Illumination of the intersee- tonshlo for the fifth straightI .... ,,o .... ,~,.~ ,v,,,,,,i~ ~-~threechildren Mi-lm-" g..Y .... ee'ltlonofoldBothellHighwayand ~. ~ ~ ~mn] ~ ~ N'~ r]~m~,~m [year. The team cinched the titlel"~:,,~:=~"~o,,~,~ t~o, ~!ch;~'~"~: "~'~'~',~n 2" and Suzanne I~ey were anwng up me ~reen~Broadway Cutoff at a cost of ~ - ,.. oy defeating the Everett Candoo ." ........ :. ........ .~ ................U"= ' ' . r ' ~vmuntain road wHen they met $7500 1 L ~ ~J|~]U D~ ~.~ ~L~U~ [*~o,~ m~ .... a .... ,.~t ~.~ ~olflrst schoohng was In the old[10 months, his motheL M s. Gar-[th -'cku- brin~i,~, ~*--~ '--~ ..... [ -- ". - ...... ..... ~ __ __ _- t~..); ........ ~.~-s**?, =X=-y-:..,?~lGarfield school on French ave. lnet Steele, Neodesha, Kans.; one[me.P~ .... ~v u,~ ,,.?~..~.~.~,~u~u[._rawng .ana e nannenzatmn oz Dy me score ot L~x~ to L~,~. lne . u, u,,,v,. ,,= wad ua.~xc,,eu to me uroaa tOtl Irom me " nue, he attending there when the smter, Mrs Harold Basare, Neo- the ambul ~ ~'0] local lads had a season record of ~. desha" rand arents Mr and ance and rushed to the old Bothel~ to Everett Cost lows Tort Ns Route South ...... oo [~am,ly reszded on the Murphy g P , [Arlington h.~,t~, ,.,~ ................... "..-- L ' It( wins agaanst one lo~. Ifovrw ,~,~ th,~ ~i~;,~ l-h~ ~,~,~ ~ve IMv~ l~]land W Viokrpv I.~ Rn~ I ~ ..... v ..... , vwtc,~ at tnt=llS set at ~taa,u~ tor tne ue completion of thelite Falls road and some improve- Grant Wins High Honors [~'~'%=~.~?~"=~:,~"~'~;~'~,~[~.~=~'~;~ ~l~ar~es-~l~a~z-'~i~[last reports Wednesday he islmiles .tch of H~ghway 1-Aiment made on the road frorn l Clayton Grant led the teamI ..~.~.^~ ,. ,~... ,~ ....... , .... [o,.~, w~,,. ,m~ half ~i~tor xai~[naaKlng progress toward recov. [ Widening and resurfacinlz with ~a Snohomish to LaketCavalero's corner to a connection[again this week with a 390 scorel '%'~'L': .... ,'~",'~--'~-"-~ ~.~.~'"-1 I~-"~C-'--~,~'-*7."~o..'L-'~,~L~=-~2'.~"2L~-'.ery lasphaltic concrete navin-~, of ~any folk north of thelwith 1-A directly east of Caval-las Arthur Jarboe shot 377 for the] ~t m awa ii - IBro dway in verett%om th~ at feel that the high-leros corner( it seems a great ad-lEverett team. ]ieaders to carr'" on the work itI ..... ~ _ .... It', * ! t',w ! [south city limits to Twelfth no e y worn Trom relaHves and Wlll de ! where. For instance vance would have been made Clayton Grant won th county] ...................~ ..... ' ...... , .... I~o~lnl~rc|a| ~.,|~D [street 248 miles at ~233,000 ' , I k)~::lll Lt=It Lll~tt tilt= ~111 "~t Or= a nounce Irom MOILS ~runerai ' ' ' -- rora Arlington going]toward all plans [hzgh aggregate medal again thzs .... ~.~.,..a,_ ,~.~ I n a I .... [ Pier reconst .... ri.. ,,~, ,~o o.,.n 10 " " I ~ta~j~tcu ~u ~.c campaign Home " * .............. " ...... " Would follow Hzgh-} From the point where Hleh- year by nosing out Arthur Jarboei ....... ] l t=ndm, ~ammw~no [homish River hrid~,o .t th~ .a..th t" . . . o . against me wrote man. ~i~li& ~ii11~ii~[~ .... ~ .............. ,mdthemselvesdnwng[way 1-A would intersect thelm the last few matches. Th sl ......... ~oo ~o.[,~,m ~ *n r, _ [ ~ [city limits of Everett at $36000 ~Ous route almost to Getchell road, there is a straight makes the sixth time in six yearSlme('w'i't~'~e'sai~.~many~nur~es/~/r~s ~t ~_ At the Ma~ch meeting of the} Widening and resurfa~n~g of " " - he ha~ won either first or second , . . a- . Arnn.gton t.ommercial Cluo, 1 57 miles of present Highway 99 alls and then winding blacktop road east to a connect and teachers being trained, and ake Stevens to find thelion with the pavement just west[place in the county and being ...... h,,~ t .... n ..... ,,,o. olMlnia|nr X-~RV.~ [President Dave Helms an.lfrom Snohomish River to Ebev a of Highway 1-A from of Granite Falls Then too from first the last three years, ser'vie 7 ................... I-'-_'---. .......... jv |nounced the following commit- I Slough at $74,500 -- lh ,t~ .... ~,~t,~,~,,,.t~,,,~',~,~ ~ ~ Arlington ] On ~arch 18th through the co-[tees for the year 1953- Cava r " ~ .................................. ~ ~, , , .......... [ le o s Corner to Snoho- , - " ' -- o eration oi me ~nonomisn , . of Everett. the rest oflroad running straight north t~- Grant, 390, King Jr., 382, ~ . ~ |W - [ p ........... [ Agriculture---C. L. Marsh ffohn[mmh resurfacmg w~th as halti~ ~h county' esneciallv[ward Arlington through Sisco]Knudson" 382; Russell 380; Bren-iI aster rlunt i~ounty .~eal~n 19epartmen.t, me/wrage Floyd Langdon', Dr ~concrete foY 435 miles or~SPte~rens .......... ' " "I ne 379 ~rotal 1913 ' ' ~ ~nonomlsn-lsland county lut)er.~U ..... ' .. " ,).~ ~,~,~,~, " me north and east sect-ltie~gnts ana a connect)on wit ]I ~ I~. . . ... z .... ~.. , ..~,u x-a "~ av $104,000 CUIOSlS Leagu and the Arlln n to ~ 1 A ust south of Arhn ton Candoo g Channeh atl n an _. be pulling in d'f-[ - J . . . g . I .......... I aturdav_ Anrll 4 I ...... rd ................ "[ Legislative---Harold Murphy,[ "~ "o d illumhaa- uireeti-ns re~ardin~l That 4~ mile st, retcn of Hign-I uarooe, ~; ~arson, ~Ta; ~em-/ d~ r tu!l ~ua ux ~uucetuun, ~o~ pu-IVio ~n~.~,~., ~vri,~k~ ~. tion of the'intersection of Remse- ters ,~,~.~ t~/" ..... ~lway 1-A north from its Dresent[rau, 375; Radke, 372; Shaw, 365.[ Sponsored by the GuardianslPiis irom graaes eight, nine and[ ~f.'n'~"~-'-':' "~" ..... ~"~=:'" -- [velt Road an t,~v,~ --~-~ Stat is'co'ntent "~de~ terminus is an all-important[Total 1864. ' [Association of Camp Fire, the an-Itwelve m the Arhngton Schooisl...:,L~%~":vm, ~ee:..vr. ~esnng:[Hi~hwav .~7500d S.~ ..us P..~. :tically all of their en:llink. Every effort should be] ---7------~o [nual Easter Egg hunt will be]re~e~veaaum~os~eato~r~h~sneS;oXrramYSis[M~lr~p~yr~ tt ~e~ux, r~aroia[ Roadside improvement from Hi . made to im ress the state en in- [staged'at'Terrace ParK on Satur-[ P P la ~ , " " " [SI]lt~n tn Rt~rt~n .n ~t~,v,~,~ taing27tYerg: is a state eers with t~is. It would im g !.[Amerlcan Leg|on [day, April 4,.according to word[on~tt~eerff]YetOd'S~overhneWdC~ea~[BifMfem:ne~Shiar~Mel^ Saas, Dr.|Pass-'filg~w~y.'5.'ff8 m'i'les~'~ ~ranlto ~u~ ~na ~ r~o army put tralIic onto mat stretcnl~P_ ~ ....... /trom ~4rs. Jonn jensen,cnalr-I ..... " o . v ~. .I u~. , [ Roadside. improvement ~onnt ' man mrougn me use ol eaucauonal hclt 1 re=-'=-~:~2"%,=:;S.- "ff.,~lnorth of Snohomish just com-[10 o~on~or / I ......... [ Pub " " y--W'll Verd, C. L.'Startup to Gold Bar on Stevens is~.lnt~e ~u~o ,~:~_[pleted, and relieve some of the[ .~ ,~ w .* / Mrs. Jensen states that organi-}matermis }n tne .scnooi s, ann[Marsh, 3. C. Carpenter. [Pass Highwa~ be~veen Sta~u~ r m~'~l~'~,,~"~~~.~,, ~O"'*~''O ~.,~~[southbound traffic that now pre-]~[~ .......... t: l Dratmn Jzations of the town have fur.]througn actual participatmn ,in Resolutions. -- Marsh, Verd,[and Gold Bar'.. $3500. - t^ ~ x ...... Ifers 99 [ . trashed funds tq provzde over 701an x-ray survey, me pupzis wzl~lMathews' Hill. [ Illumination of th,~ Fifth ~* , uoubt that tne ~razzicl - -. " ....... ! Following the Arlington traai-ldozen e~,~,s for ~the event [become aware of what tubercu- chools Ter'es ~in~ ,,,in ~ .......I Arlington IOIK going soum orl_. : ............... . ....... ] S --- ] on, Cyra, ft. C.[intersection at Mukilteo at $2000 - h non me ~tn oi dUly WIll De cme Cam Fire Gzrls and Bluebirds Joszs zs, now zt zs spreaa an~ Car enter J Bo d rw$:dd:V lw2 t x ?lTVm Steee~e~aPatS~e a~i~hewPayeS~n~[brated this year with all t_he eer-iare to Lake the baskets and as-[what means are available for ~ts[ F~anee & AuYitEH~ard Pal-IT:2s ~otuhleevmtr~rSectnlan fub~Uk~ ~tat~ k".~.....~ .~.~. ~,~.~[ north from Snohomish is useless l emony OI previous years, at~co:u- [ sist in coloring the eggs. [ prevenuon ann ,~u3,t=. I mer, aens aensen Joe Mathews. ~Soeedway V J mg to me announcement y Ther t~e orts ot ne auve x rays are st " as far as they are concerned, " . - ] e will be gold and silverIP. g. " . : - I Civilian Defense---$ens Jensen [ Widenin~ and resurfaoln~, ,,~ ate en racerswhen a er --~, ~- g [o.,,~ ,a~h~. t~le,a tho .lcl T~'~11cm, c~[Howard Christensen, Comm na [eggs which will entitle the find- maiiea out to inaiviauam. ~am- Bill Ba le Dr. Keslin ' i - rd from tl~t* ,nentloned" That IS" the " ........................... ~'~" an, g Y g Muk 1ted Bouleva e ~t the Cavalero corner]Marsh road or follow the old[f the Arl!n.gton Post.Americlm[erto special prizes. , lilies ~vil! be contacted by tahel_industrial & Plannfng__Fred[east,city limits of Mukilteo to ako ~, ...... ~..t.~.~, oJtortuous route of 1-A. iLeglon, wnmn ors.,.: ........ w..-I lne event will be ior pre.scnoollS,~ ....... urse or me nea ...... "lrnunoerg, Henry l~acKstrom, a. U-lsouth city l.imit~ of Evorott a a.~ By either route it is approxi-Ispnsr tne o~g event, o .- _ land First and Second graders,[partment in the eventthat any I Carpenter' Vic Johnson, Normlmiles, ............. ....... I matol- 2~ mile~ t- Snohomish I at me last meeting oi me ~e-land the time will be 2 p m " Sat-labnormaiity snows on the x-rays,ISa 1or, Chas Peterson Thos " revision oI tne crooK-I _.- ~ -.. o " _ - o" I~ion states Christensen it wast ..... " "' ' ......~-- -: ..... ......... '- y. . . , .[ Roadmde ~mprovement of Muk- ) i ~ urua , & rll ~ or that the p~=tutt= tot ~vxtxe zt=a Ter eson Je ns = artly over state 1 A to THe most direct route is to m - .' h " ' el Y p . , " ~ ns Je en. ilteo Boulevard, 15 miles," $5{}00 .... " [,... ~ .... ~.^ e,o.~^ ~,,+..f~ [decided to go a end with the c -[ Ison is not clear Request for al Taxation Car-enter Winkes[ ........... ' - - = ~tllS [ tow ~t-~'~ tU tliV *a~vv ',.,~,~u x,] " -- V ' ! ltlgIllIlg and resuriacm ol ~me " h s Chenee following this (8% miles ebrat~on, and Chas. W_ Fowler]~... ~',;,~ Irepeat x-ray does not mean thatJand Robert Murphy. IPigeon Creek Fill at south ~V~r- L ........ |~,raveD ~^ C'-e*-.*,,m *h,~-~ce eastIwa~ ~tppomtt=u c...rm~t, utU~=lL,~.a~ a~.~m~mt la stuaent nas tuoercuioms. I Program Committee -- Haroldl~t. ,,~+,. ,~ ............... time the State a ~. ,~,rngnway I-A ln,~ .... '~_~_~h~""_~::'~.'L'~.^ Cas tcommittee to further the ar-I~ " -" [ IMurnh" Sn,,der, Jack Hammer,[~X~^~ xa..t~, u.e-m,~ re.e, "' the LaK~ Stevens.~72 lllllt= t~ t t= ~UULII J.~:~l~t= -iran..ements I~,~,,,,.... 1M ~..A&&IA I,~ *-. . I__ t- ~ j [oz,~ " trlington . sidy road good blacktop ~ ~'.. a..~.~,~a .~, ...... ,H r,e[IGa~ |M O~LU~ [~ff~ |:~ , ]rie__nry ~acKstrom. . ...... ] The Highway Department has throu ve sce r t Teie none t~omm~tt Y 1-A north from Sno- gh aY race ne y, lavailab~^ f^r P" .... ~ ..... of[ Ezra Keith 115 BellevueN [--- b _ I.. ep ..... -~ ... [announced that considerable ' an excellent road Lake Stevens,thence wa the new[m~._ .m.~ " [Seattle, died at his'home Sunday[~"|~,.,~A ~"#~w~,~,~, [ .. p y .... "[work already contracted on the W A to h m e *L~ *,,n~ ~aUOMI~ ~=*vv~a~ neli ide and smooth. If it 1-Sno o ish 22.5 mil s. [ "" __ ]afternoon following a lingeringl [ ~. .... ~. _,]new Highway 99 from Everett b That the heavy tourist traffic . ' . ~ominating t;omm~ttee--- rreu u " thro h v n een extended north ......... ]!~. ~ [illness. He was born m M)tchell,[D,~n~. P~n~ [ .......... ~" .... nter g Marys file and orth half miles to a con to me Granite ~alls Veriot and S aiulm~| a~i~ x.u.oet~ ~ ,~ ,~,~-v~ v,,~ -. . . , |rnremen |0 I~. D., March 22, 1889, and had| |L .... |will be continued. In addition, the Getchell-Gran- lvtonte Cristo regzon should have[~. .... ~/lved in Arlington and Seattle] Publication last week in The} e.e. "" " Com- itt ~.o contracts are to be let on other a smoother and straighter route[Uh$~FV~ ~h [since 1939. ITimes of the announcement thatl,~Yr.m~t~na;~.~m ee- ~u- work there, Including the Unlon man is at present avaiaDle, IS --- ---- tc~, ~,c,t.c x~u~,,.~,. S1 ~ V^,, .... ['~ , ----" [ He was a member Masonic Portage Creek is to be closed to[ ~ ough Bridge, south extension ~|| ~uul readily admitted, and we thinK~A~,=,~,,~,,~,,,, ILodge No 90 F. & A. M. and a all except juvenile fishing,[,. -"------ , of the overerossing of the Great with the 4V=-m!le extension ofla~.uzuv~;|octz,~ Im6mber of th'e Christian'Science caused considerable of a stir[[ EASTER VACATION Northern Railway s o u t h of t i '~ as proposea nere, togemerI Next ' Thursday night, April : Church. a~nong the fishermen who : en- |1 ~NLY TWO DAYS Marysville, t h e ammunition tum,~ ~ ~ro~ta~d to ~lve~w~th ~mpmvements of the pres-12nd, the Arlington Fire Depart-[ Surviving are one s~m., Thorn- ~oy the oxcellent cutthroat fish-If Students and teachers will dump railway bridge two miles ~v3n.t~ or~u~uon~ thaJ' ent county roads, until such mcnt will observe the forty- as, Seattle; one daughter Mrs. ing in the lower stretches of this][ eniov a short Easter vacation north of Mary~ville, grading and ..... __ ~ time as the major state projec s eighth anniversary InvitationslMildred Raymond, Everett;' three stream. - this "year, the schools of the pavt~g of additional highway for aaverm~a wm ~a~[ eanbe unde/taken,.will be a step have been issued to all former[grandchildren. A call to Clarence Pautzke of J[ district ~o be closed on Friday, eight-tenths of a mile from the ha. The. charge wl[~ helm tne right mrectmn, mamng]members and to members 0f the l Funeral services will be held the State Game Department, by/| Anril 3 and Monda~ Anri~ a Snohomi~h River bridge to tnr 8. mlnlmum ol $1,~ he r t tr ' ....... "- "' ~" " ~' " __ t p esen s etch of state road mty admmmtratmn, fat 3 p.m. Saturday, at the Chapel The Times clarifies the smatmn.li accordin~ to announcement Broadway m Everett and paving very Saturday night,' available to this heavy traffic There will be reminiscences bylof Moll's Funeral Home, Mrs. Mr. Pautzke informs us that thell from the~office of Sunt Thos of the new route from the Sno- ,ern, Silvana. Music from the east and also from the old timers, music and refresh- I Charles Barnier, Reader. Burial closure refers only to the Pond~| Terjeson "- " " homish River north to Stimson's anda & Kenny.. Arlington district, ments, l will be in Arlington cemetery in the Pioneer park at Arlington. [! " Crossing, 8.2 miles.