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T THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THLRS., MARCH 26, 1953. :tb GE TWO J 1 * * , President ' ,. N.W. Breeders I Planmng Commission [ 5ear: I V.F.W News ice Pres Edna Verd; " I II C cero- r f o,, - __ R;_. Drop Membershm Fee,Hears Mr. Re ner ,, Mrs Iver F.ngstrom ~ Pres., Sally Lien; Chapi " " ~ Phon 301 4 Lien" Treasurer Florer ] ~ U|~m Elimination of the $5 cash]~T',E" .Relsnerr, staff member of 1[ ~ .. e. J . ~ en Cond-ctreff Mar~ , lmembershi~ fee has been an j~nonomlsn t;ounty rlannxngl lvir. ana mrs Alvin ~aegarfl ar, II~lx~.~l{ ; u ~, j, John W Spaoa {gation purposes Irrigation,)nounced b~,~ the Northwest Co o~lCmmissin' together with Coun-[very happy over the arrival ofL,~k~~ son; Guard, Viola Wes{ Chairman Board of Supervisors [even though in supplemental[Breeders Associatio- after ~he an~-]ty Commissioner Sam Kraetz, at-[their first granddaughter, born "~7~~" Mary Couture. The As each new year begins, it]form, is fast becoming an eS'[nua~ ~eeti-- ,~f ~h~r B,~d ,~[tended the meeting Monday[March 16th She is the daughter ~-..~v were appointed: Secret becomes the duty of each Soil]tablished practice for many of[Dir~'o~or i~'s~,,,~,'~-'xr,~',,"~ m~lnight of the Arlington Planninglof Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Megard, Buyer-Daniel Post will hold Stowe; Patriotic Instrtt ~onservation District to write a[our county's farms The effect of _~,::~,'%:~'2__*'~v~2"L_:~_"27_'_'-_'2:,~ Commission Mr Reisner givinglJr, and joinsa two-year-old __ ~ ............. Hoida]" Musician Gra . , ' . . . . . ~ectl~gtiOsf tAheaiP.yeVlsOU~laiYe?nS[dthisi2r~C~rbemCOnm~ls very clear[~u~U~lenceforr~l']~wlT~'~e'_~ae~guc~. ~3m~vaoluablelnformatlontothelbrother. . ~n~r2al;Verg~nl~iv:/:~rY28~;l"?a~ SO~; cHc~tOrlan, 'MaRt~ , _ 2__.~._~: .....dertakeI ~ ~ " . ted from the new members pat-[ g P. [ Mr. and Mrs. Harold Canaay 6-30 The Auxiliary is preparing o or ~earers, ~i, a was. du reque~leu to un The importance of the xarm ronage credits as earned rather . He urged, the. grou.p to set .their gave a farewell party for Mr. the' "dinner" so a word to all y.ou over, Lois ueeman, ~ this ty . . Iwoodlot has not yet reached thelthan paid in cash at the time of[sights high in planning the ideal]and Mrs. John Suffer and family, members--don't miss this--bring !und and Verle Hafne~ In a sense, it is a pleasure re[place of full appreciation bY]the first breeding. [city, gather complete data, know]who are moving back to Calf- a friend, admission, one silver Ins.miles at Stanwo set down in detail some of the[farmers fortunate enough to have[ r ......... i~,~, th~ oh .... xxr [the city's financial ability, and fornia. Also enjoying the evening dollar flail, April 6th at the worthwhile farm practices that[a woodlot on their farm A great]u "::u~,~,';'?"_'..~:E~_:."~,..:'/.~'A':s_~' _"~tbe prepared to present praeticallwere Mr and Mrs Ralph Sapp "~. ~- ......... h stallation All are urge~ . ~ ~.cr..a~t r~c~m~.~ u~ , t)n ~aonoa evening /4pl'll Ot , . ." have been encouraged and the many examples are avaHale to" " ' ,, ideas within the eft s means and faro'fly and ~Ir and Mrs Y. '. their uniforms .... t-n-e -teen to man-" of our[ .......... Ithe Association stated, We have] .... Y .... :l ...... : "there will be installation of new _. a.w,~ a cg y ~snow tne proll[aolepracuces~ __~_ ..:_ _~. 2 : .... ,..._....~to ~ne publiC in an inteliigen~,Aoe Jantze ano zamiiy ..... ,__ o. ....... n w ~. W llld~:~ tlll~ ~:llallgU Ill ~II ~1Olt tO " O[[~cers a~. t[[~ ~tctIIWOUU v,f. ~] members this past year. It is al-[that can come from proper carel~ ..................... .~...[manner 1 Mr and Mrs Walt Peterson ................. ~ ~ .~., CARD OF THA ll~:~lp LII~ llldIl Wltll Ulll~/ a luw Hall, also (o D(2 lll~tdllUU at tllat ,so a pleasure to note more and]of the woodlot. This will get[ ...........................] He indicated considerable in [entertained a lar-e number of ........................ d We wish to express UUW~ tO UIgt2(1. 2~1t~1" all, O&J- IOl ~ S [line Will oe trle newly ~I~UtU " ~t| .more each year that the farmers even greater in the years to ..... , . . thanks to our friends .................... [ ....... lthe first service is pretty steeplterest in the committees presen,[relatlves and close friends at a officers from Snohomlsh, Gran- h ...... ~ ............ ,,,~ oi [he uIs[rlct are sealing them-]come. It lS [ne hope OI your[for tha m~n iHut crottln~ n ~t~rt Inroiect which is an anal-sis of hart- in honor of their son Ver- -'-^ v-~- ~..a ~,,,~oa p~ts ~." ""~ o. **...s,z ~lves__of.the f~ne..te_ehnlcal as-l,chalrman that some. pro]ects will[Now he will be able to take ad-}the past ten years' city financ-lnon and family who recently re- and their Auxiliaries Newly u?ng the illness oI smtan~ taut they may ~,v~[?e set up mls coming y ear.tO]vantage of our better breeding]ins, which will be used as a ba-]turned from Japan. The party elected officers for Buyer-Daniel ~atan:~~ granaza~ner ~] oy simply signing up as memoerslOraw as much attemion to tnis .~.~ ,.~ ,~ o~., ~t ,~ -~- Isis on which to ~1-- fo. ,,t,,ro was held in th~ new ~icero ctore ....... ~-- **--*~- ~ uu~atner, inees ..... . {..s.~ ..u.. ..= o...~ .~ .,= ~s[ ,- --. --- ~-- ~ ~ -~ - ~ ,rose are" ~OmltlttIIU~r zvlaltitl and lore. their ne)ghbors m this]matter as ~t deserves ular service fee of $6 per ~ow.improvements. " ]'which is nearing completion and Adams" "Sr Vice Commander. Also for the lovel.y, fl self-paying association of farm-, Providing some sort of covert ....................... i" I ........ [will soon be o,,en for business *,,*,,, k~r,~t-'.lr w,,,,~ c" ..... ,~er,and-t those contnbut~ . . vvv axe .~ tma uua.,c~ tu .~- toe commission Willmeet on v ov,., ,,= ..... -- ............... ' to th , ~ers because the only revenue for our soils during the winter ........... ................... [ ............. ] Ca"tai*" Pet"*s"" h-- b"---- as ................ e Elsa Thomsen, ~that tho I)i~triot ha~ i~ from tb~Jronntho ....~ ..... ~,~.. +~.^o..]pruvv uatry p~uuuct/ult titruugH-j[fle [airs ~vionoay oI eacn montn.I v . ** ~. u,~ aa .~w~* . " UllIZoru reuerson, ~UUrLer']Fund Wo a1~ ,,,~h t0~ ..... -- .... 7" ..... : ....... -;- :;--~-'~.-.-'?, .~:'~ ~?P~*~**Y. ~"~o~lout the state and we feel it ouri o Islgned to ~ort Eustis in virgima master A1 Lien Chaplain Levil ..... ".'~ ~\'~ .":~.'" "~A ~i~c~rSowW2Amaqei;Sen~Z [n~[fiuelds~t~t nap? OeepU~; ~0~e~l[duty to help'the small re!low as]FIL. Ai . 1~ / ]~fdguetf:e~atS~eT:esday to assume Fredlund Post 'Surgeon Robert]~Prn~la~u~7~,al~r~s tn(~i~ " " I Imuch as the bigger nes lsVLmvanm baker [. " Mansfield; Pst Advcate' Les th " ~ Just slightly higher rates than understood by the members of " ' . ] use who were pallbe| ....... The Directors at the meeting Margaret Arnot was a dinnerBall, Adjutant Don Lowe; and A1 actual cost. With the addition our District. Yet the practice is . . ,. to Mrs. Mary Sowers,. ~ e,, )~-t lino of enuinment ....... *,,,~ ........ h ~ i, felt that tAm change, along wxth crees In Japan and afternoon guest at the Ivar Couture as Officer of the Day. I to be with h ...... ~e d ..... , ...... -~ ~- , ,,~ ~a..,~ .. a ........o .~ ~ ~:n strums on ~unoa ' " the ~ 1 ~" "' .... D 1 A "ust ur the favorable pubhclty gamed g Y. The Auxlhary elected o- last illness-- of thenew ~.- 8-. ]. P -Ishould be and there Is ampl.e]bv the fine nroduction records ofl Eta Jim o, Japan--Army P.vt.] Mr. and Mrs. Peter Thorsen are lowing officers for the ensuingl~.oum.~, "~tMr'~and cnaseo, your UlStrlc~ is In a pus-]room ior improvement along tnls[~.. ^ .... ~-~~....,~ . ....... ]Alvln U. ~aKer, wnose wiie, Lil- nOW living in Seattle while Pete ~.--I;;'~," ....... : .... "Y ~ ition to offer very efficient and ]line The type of cover crop I,~"=.. , ff"~.'? ...... ..),-,r, z".""~ I lie lives at 7541 Thirtieth S W finishes his h~-h o-*-'.-~ ....... which is quite a thrill in i~selt. I r~acKman ~wr. anti r~ ) " ", a~) o~l l~ul ~u tz,t o:: owns uaugnters, win result m a K ~onomical service in the year,should be given some expert- . ....... ]Seattle, Wash, recently gradu- at Broadwa- A1 Snyder fire chief at the ra-[ ackman, Mr. and Mrs,~ ahead. ]mental attention in order to de-lS~zale_ ousmess gain urlng]ated from a five-week unit sun- x~,~ r~.,:,~h n~ .... ,A.~.,...n dio station 'has iust recovered]Donald, grandchildren~ By carefully checking thelvelop a crop that will form anl~.:jlnepas~year~snWer~v~an~ply course at the Eta Jima Spec- the"~2"d"5"t~e~ns~t~h'e =F*re~(l~i~uxs from a severe case of local blood]grandchildren. ~tatmtlcs at the close of this re-,adequate cover and at the sameI .... +r. ...... ~ ............ ~+t. ~[lahst Sc ool xn Japan. and the Homer Thorsens at a poisoning in his hand. ]~ ~ port and particularly those deal.]time supply a liberal amount of[~].=~, [~'~.~.~^~- ...... [ The course, directed by the party Sunday in honor of her Jerry Royce who ~,raduated![ ang with the drainage problem,]organic material to be turned in-] .. [Quartermaster Corps, taught the grandson Bobbie's 5th birthday from the Universitv of Washing-It For ] one cannot help but be im-[to the soil when the cover crop[,.~,~..~ ~,,~s,~,,~.,,s.,~r ]student to perform supply duties Etta Hodges, Laura Gadberrviton- at -the mid (erm, is nowl[ SHO~T~-T- ~t,0] taressed with the large amountlhas served its purpose. [t-'~"~-,~'~'~.~"~:~ [serve as unit armorer and assist and Gerty Alexander enjoyed a home He expects to ~o in thel[ ...... ~._i of land in Snohomish County[ The proper selection of the[ ]in general operations and logis- drive to Port Orchard last week ..... " .... t~,~,~ thi ..... mer [[ ~ -- which is.made much more pro-}grass and legume.varifies and[_ Brattleboro, Vt.--Clyde ~ta?:[tlc.s._ ..... where they visited at the Vaughn[ Mr. an'~l'Mrs:'Victor ~"orter froml[ S V L~-~;I'~ ductive oecause it has oeenls~rams to oe useu is, oz eourse,[r~arolu ~nin, gsen, ~as~ ~. -[ ~aKer is assigned to ~attery A Ellises. Their trio took them over Seattle were week-end auests at!l -. " " " drained. Drainage has long[very important It is estimated wood, Wash., have been given]of the 507t.h Anti-Aircraft Artil- the new susl~ension bridge, [ the Elvin Alexanders ~"]~~ been a problem with Snohomish[that approximately 70 per cent the privilege oz tne excluslve[lery ~attanon ...... " ........ ~"----'~~ ................ use of the name "Port Susan as' He entere- "~e - " - ~~~ ~ounty ~armers, even ~o some ozlm roe clearea lana uses zor crops] I a tn Army in Janu- those that are farming the up-]in Snohomish County is devoted[a herd name in registering their[ary 1952 and has been overseas ]ands, and drainage is one of the]to the production of grass and]purebred Holstein-Friesian cat-]for six months. ~ ~ m ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Jr ,~ ~ --, ~ ~i :[undamental practices that must]legumes for pasture and for hay.[tle. This prefix name is granted! His father, Mr. B. G. Baker, ~ I ~ ~ ~ IV ~ ~ ~ I] be considered in a program of]It is very good business on the]and will be recorded by The]lives at 709 Broadway, Arlington. M ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I good farm operations. ]part of the members of our Dist-[Holstein-Friesian Association of o ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ "~ ~ I ~ I~ In land clearing, the number[rict to get all the information]America. ~,~h,~,~ ~**~ ~--,~ ~ t ~ ~ I ~t- ~ [] of acres cleared this year means]available dealing with the char-] Over 1350 prefixes were re.]a~tuaaa aluHa ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I ~ ~ / I ~ [] 1 the addition of ten to eleven setf-|acters of the different forage[served for breeders in 1952 ]Sunn A sustaining farm units for the[plants so that full utilization can] ~ [ V arizona .... .... county. A good deal of this new-|be made of the different soil]new equipment. This could also] Like ~h" *-~ ............. ~. ,.. F~l~II ~,~k/ll~ ~,~k [~11~ F~ll~f'~ ~lr~ Ixr olaurad l~nrl i o~nnh]~ of|fxrnac fnnnrl nn tha f~rm ."~.-,,- Imake it possible for the Districtt _ t ~ o.,u~ ~,..,,~ .u,t. ,. mvm~a ~.~wm, ~.~ ,wmt ~, ~ mm~-~tw. ,...sat .... t h v e i ment hat Id be the spring, Mr. and Mrs Wallace good crop production under the]tam combmatmns of these grass-[ o a e qu pt cow [C~v ...................... used more extenslvel b all proper management. While goodies and legumes appear to pro-I Y Y I,,,i..~,,~ .. ^~.... ~_, .......... farmers of the District .. ,,t~.., ~.at,, ~..~t,.., ~tu.~- productive land is becoming[duce on one type of soil, while[ " od to their homo horo at'19.4 l-tnI ~ CA~T ~]~'~ON'~, B~ ~AV~I)9 more and mord hard to find, yet]another combination may be[Pr~re~s Report [~-~r-~ ~~t"~'~ih~','; -~)r~'~:~'gh" ~ ....................... there iseonsiderableaereagethatibetter suited for another soil] Number of farms and acres[b-nlv"~v;al'lac~sa~s~',w"~'~'~'k,,"~ can yet be profitably cleared and]type Our members should know]planned to date: 1,050 farms-79,[hav~ watched the birdS"and ~ IS THERE AN END TO SIN, HATE, RUIN " made ready for cultivation. ]the soil types they have to deal]652 acres. Active applications On]stayed a httle" lu,~-- .... ......... ~ *~--- One of the encouraging things]with and then select the eombin-lhand: 150 south" Th,~,, ~ri,,,~a i. ~,~, about the program of the District~ation- of varieties that will pro-I Conservation surveys. 273'771r ot n .... d~,rin~'~o,~"~,~ HOW DOES FAITH IN GOD WORK is the appreciation of the mem-[duce to the utmost. [acres. March rain~ bets in using District equipment[ The prompt payment by the]Major Soil mad Water Conser- Mr and ~Ir.~ g~v~r~an hav~ in preference to privately owned]members for all services extend.~vation Practice~ Applied (1952} been" in Arizona .~']n~-~ "i~:~t ~e-'to~ V " " V ................. " equipment where er possible.ted them by the D~strmt for use of[ Co er Cropping, 1852 acres, ber f-I~AR TMFS~ VITAl FACTS ~XPIAINIqD This shows a confidence in the/equipment will make it possible|Pasture Improvement,2,619 ~ ..................................... program and that the members[for the supervisors to maintain]acres; pastures seeded,2,169 generally are interested in their]the present machinery and]acres; woodland management, 1~ 111' r~l ~*t own efforts to work together as alequipment in good condition and]I,902 acres; tree plantings, 25 ur, w. len DlIIer unit, in an effort to carry on a[of acquiring new equipment.for] acres; farm drainage, 804 unified program in the county. ]replacement or addition. Some-]acres; closed drains, 34,103 lin. 0pTfULI TDICT Each year more and more as-]times conditions arise that would|ft.; open drains, 10.6 miles; land s~u.-s~s.)s sistanoe is given to farms in ac-[make it advantageous for the]clearing, 623 acres; irrigation, Ol"m ic quiring water rights for irri-tSupervisors to purchase some[170 acres, q ,. v 1-' FRIENDS, COME EARLY, BRING THE FAMILY AND YOUR Arlih' qton, Wash. Apply Norwegian ... NOW! Early pasture and more of It means lower feed costs and more profit to you." --'-- CALCIUM NITRATE goes right to work to promote pasture growth in cold, wet weather! It doesn't need to be converted by soil bacteria; it is in the form your pasture grasses need and use...Nitrate! =, By applying cALoIuM NITRATE now, you'll get the 1 jump on cold weather.., start your pasture grasses grow g away. CALCIUM NITRATE contains 20% water-soluble calcium.., improves soil and leaves no acid residue e in your soft. Readily available... Easy to apply! See your ]ertilizer dealer... TODA Y~ . HOURS - Phone 9:30 a.m. to S:30 p.m. Closed Tuesaays 3131 Evenings by Appoinlment NEIGHBORS. JOIN THE SINOING. Special -- COLORED PICTURE REVIEW more engine Advanced Loadmaster standard equipment on 6000 Series heavy-duty ward-control models, 4000 Series heavy-duty more braking In 1953, all Chevrolet to 4000 Series heavy-duty have "Torque-Action" m Series 4000 and above uS' large "Torque-Action" ~#~ ~ ~ ~~ ~~ ~ ~~ $~/~ "/~z-~w/~/~ ~~ front, "Twin-Action" t. more staying ~ ~ /~ ~ ' ~ Now, heavier, stronger, ~ ~ -//ff/./~'~ ~/~/, ~~//~j~ ./~/~ ~ ~ ~/~./.:~ "//A ~ ~ ~/~/~~ ~/~/~ ~/~ ~.~ ~ ~ ~/'~#~ /~'" ~ add to'ruggedness and giv.e ~~ ~#~ ~ ~~.#~ ~~ ~ ~ r~ ~ rable frames increase ~f--,z/~/~. ~'~/~,~~,~ ~.~~-z/~, -f~ ~-~4~~ stamina than ever m . . ~///.. Chevrolet trucks, . P more-economy] ~ ~;~ ~ ~ ~/~ ~ ~ ~ ~"@/4 ~z#, ~ ~ ~"~. ~ ~ ~ ~. Valley. %///~ ~ ~. ~ "/~,~ ~ ~@'~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~,~ ~ ~2.~ ~ The new stamina of trucks, plus extra omy in heavy-duty W improved Loadmaster MORE CHEVROLET TRUCKS IN USE THAN ANy OTHIm MAUl (Continuation o/ standard equipment and trim illustrated Is dependent on a~all, dbility o[ material.) PHONE 871 - ARLINGTON, WASH.