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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, TItURS., APRIL 16, 1953. . PAGE TItREI ! Attend Local Herds I OSO H GETCHELI, In the NsOTeICiEorN~ChZuC3r6tRBE?IT2eRState of CEDAR VALE- et ttj 'n e --:: Mdsl~hl~O" AmNilo" |.p$1d~r.R [ Mrs Nellie George, [/| Mrs. Willis Hilde, corr. Washln, gtoi} .in and for the County f~D .4 7~TT'JTZII2ITY on Coffman, his son. The brid~ ........ O ........ o ....... [ corresl:)o~den. |~| Telephone 2117 I~h~nl~n~erlSn~ the Estates of OLE A I.~rILZ-JLd. /JVZ/J VV looked lovely dressed in a g~y~ n High School There were 4907 cowu tested on ~ ELIA$ON and JOSEPHINE B. ELIA- ,~ - l~erabo~=., ,~.. ~,,, .... th,~ qt~,~ ~)1.~, i~ th,, ~nnhn. F. L. Bloxhcm Passes ! Sunday guests at the Ralpl SON. Deceased. Helen Sheppard, corr. suit, The groom s smt was a grey, L~- --'~ . ....... " ..... ~.'~oC~:~,~',~..',~", -~:'~$,'," "~-;:,~"~i~ This cumin,rallyJoinswith[ Bosworth home were Mr. and _Notice is hereby given that Emma O: ~[r. and Mrs. Bodlund went tc pin stripe. Ruth Wille and How-. ~rs of A " accom-l:J~J~ ~Aty a..~j ~..,~ .~,.- - ' I " ~liasorl has oeen au~y appolnl;eo ano ~ , . h .... . merica,. . ~=ron vement Association for the sympathy to the family of F,. L. Mrs. J. Robertson .... and family of has qualified as administratrix of the ~eatt!e for Easter dinner at their ard Bennett were the wltnea~.. 7z melr adviser, MISS rn~nth of M~roh Tho~o enws Bloxham because of his passing|Seattle, Philip Bergam and MISS above entitled estates, and all persons daugHter s home,Mr. and Mrs. ~.~...~ ~...**~.,n .......... ~,~,.~,,, ~onl~e, attended t h e .............. - - '-- " " Lorral'ne Ber am having claims against said decedents or Joe Cam" )bell .,~,~ ,, ~t,~,,~,~,,.= ,.,= ,,,.,~.,~ 'to . were in 137 herds, and averaged last week. While a resident of g " Itheir estates are required to serve the I Be ett ' ~ ,:..n .State convention of 809 pounds of milk and 33.00so, he was a school director be-[ Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lindborglsame. duly verified, upon the under- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nelson of .nn ,. Chester Wl!le, Ethe~ r"J?zatln' held at Ellens- ~,-~,,,~on.... .~ov.'~ ~.,~...h,,tt'~rf~e..~ .v~r~the fore we had our present sehpolland Mr. and Mrs. Russ Hunter!signed or her attorneys.of record, J P Oakland, Calif,. are the proud W.llle, Wllham ~arl Scnumaeger,~ II 10 [Mathews and Joseph ~ ~wanews ar ,. and 11. The girls month system with Arlington and was[were among those who attended .... h~ -~-~ss ~olo.- sta*-a --~ ~u:: parents of a new daughter born and F. M Coffman After the. r~ ..Butterfle!d Mflr- In the small division herds one of the last two surv~vlng]the ham dinner at Slsco HelghtSlthe said claims with proof of service April 3. The grandparents are weddine Mr and Mrs. C. A Coff- ~].2~ me benlor unapter, ,~._. ;~ ~ .......... .~. ~,,.~.' school directors of that era. ]on Saturday night. [thereof in the Clerk's Office. Court- Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Nelson. man took a trin to eastern ;4rash- " ~oodrid~e and Arlene u,a~ ,~ ~o ~,~ u, ~,,,u=,, ~,~,,- I ....... house, Everett. Washington, within six ......... r . .~ " 'of *,-- - ~ .... ford Klein, Arlington, with 10 .... _.'-=:'--'7"- ! A goodly numoer attended tnelmonths after the date of first publlca- Mrs. ~)on rryor and aaugmer ington, stopping over at ~prague,~ - rue aunlor ~napter -ad vera e of 1151 Death t-rotate ulctr~c ICommunit,, Club meet[n- on Fri tion of this notice and claims not so of Mar sville were visitors at then on to Colville and S kane ~h~eetingelr new the delegates~: pWSdsn of am]~lkaand g0.0 poundsl ~..A : ~larK'frmerasseanelghbr'away here-Frank[daYat ~ranlte nightfGuest of theSevening[~erV~o~ranr~" ~er~eaW. ithin' said time shaU the Jot~r~ Udeen home Monday. The young couple ~willP~ake:~" ,ara ..... 1953"54~. ~I!" of fat. The herd of Art Foye,'.... ,.P ........ ~was key. D.'Davis, pas~tor of theI E1VIMA O. ELZXSON. Admlnistratrix Mr. and Mrs. Charles Norman their home at 5515~ Rainier to ~.~ three ~oo ~cnol- Monroe, 9 cows averaged 1225" e al.m las~ rnurs~ay liter a nn.[MarysvilleNazarene church, I. J--P.=..I~I~ATHEV~.S, and JOSEP. H . P. of Spokane were visitors at the Ave., Seattle. Aaron Coffman &t-~ ,,ut~anaing memoers ' gerlng illness. HIS Iuneral was[ - ,, ~a~r~:w~, J~., ~orneys zor ~amxn ..... 1c - . pounds of milk and 57.9 .pounds . . speaking on Moral and rehg- ]~stratrix. 315 Olympic Avenue, Arllng- W. F. Peterson home Wednes-tended the.. Arlington. High School es ~ntlnue. th.elr Home of fat Lloyd Barker's herd, Sno-[ held in .Arhngton. Monday after-[ious training of the child in tnelton. Washington. day.. before ]omlng the Navy during:: s,~uucatmn in one oz homish 10 cows averagdd 1316[nn" HIs local ~rlenas join w].tn[home,, The 4th 5th and 6tht Date of lzt pub. April 2. 1953. Callers at theBooker home World War II then decided t~: tale supporte~ e~uca- ' ' their sympa~ny to tHe nereavea ' ', ,, Date of las~ pub " April 16 1953. e " as*, ........ pounds of milk and 47.5 poundsl ]grade girls sang Easter Parade I ......................... ____ over the week-end were Mr..and mak Seattle h~s home when dis-, . :~tU[lOnS Ior nigher of fat ] .. .~ ~ _ . _ ]modeling the paper hats they'Kent visited the C. E. Haaland Mrs. James Hogan of Lake Bur- charged. their candidateIn ihe medium division herdsI v~rs. ~:mma ~Vlllier ano laugH-|made, thome on Sunday. While there, fen. Mrs. Hogan came to see her ,---- ..... ;~ ~ ~range Award; and , ter Lillian returneu to tHeir Home .... "~ '*~'--~" ~-er-~ "-~ ~6 to 4~ cows Sa I ...... [ ...... Mr~ ~'eor"e Wi"~'insIMr- and Mrs. Haaland received dad Jack Kln~, who ls still on I [ me State Homemaker ~"~ " ~,~ ~,~ ~. v , " in Snohomlsrl "~nursaay, after ~w~. a.u ~. ,_, ~ ~ . . ,. . , !.and State HonoraryIther Brothers, Sllvana,19 cows, lsnendin~ several davs with the/visited Mr. and Mrs." the. s~ck list: ~ . . I SCIENTIFIC Mh$SAG[L ~ ~ awr~,oa l~a2 nounds of milk~-'= , ~" - . ~ ~'; .~ . . /~,,tl~n~ o M.=.~ ,,. ,,,~da,, ara a~ ~orl; Lewis congratulaung Val lroworlage has recoverea I I~* ~.,v. ~ ~ ~, .... ~ iormer s uaugnterlvlrs~lelvln -,~,-=~s= -~ ,..,,o v,, ~,,,. ~. ' Re ional a n ~._- I~.a ~ 2 nn,,--~ ~" "-t Neal[ . .' . :. ~ ........ ~ _lthem on their 39th wedding an- from his leg injury and able to [ g nd Ge eral |~ ~e of tm.... for .... ~_.. ,.$. ~......y~, t,~a .~.lMortenson, and Her ~amlly. / ~vlaster Tee t~nae was nonoreal.~ ......... . h,~ ~h,,,,, ~..~ I |~. e~at~...._;'~.~:~.~"~.,~,:"lCoopers Hera, bake btevens, za[ Mr and Mrs Melvin Morten-/with a birthday party at his['":.~ .... z. .......... ~e~c~m~o~S~aro ....f---- [ ~ A WAT~T'~.~ |. h--.,,,,,a, rHv.u~,.~,--Icows, averaged 1223 pounds oI]o,~,~ ~,~,4 to,~l~ CHant ThHr~dav/homo ~ndnv Anvil ~ ,,. h~l ~ar. and wrs. trill ~lUln aria ~ , . ,.vs ,.~u I '~ .............. ~--.~ s greater understand .................. ] ~ "~" ............................. ] ~' "'~ .............. t Mr F M Coffman made a] |i ~a omes o milk and 44.8 pounds of fat, and ..... girls motored to Stanwood on trl to" Seattle" " Thursda A rfl 9,A.O.U.W Bld . Phone 1604 g the h f the , with Mrs. Smiths sister,Mrs. 6th birthday. Guests were Merle .. . . g ,am" ...... Garvik Olsons herd of 26 cows, ) Edith W'sdom /Hum~hries Larry John Cole Judy[Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Dlck P Y, P ! , ~t Lr0,,~g to oe more.~emo:[ East Stanwood, averaged 1072[ a~" .dn ~' c ~ ~mith ,~f[o~on~ u,,~' _~oh~~n vloti'Lvn~lWhitohead and also to see Maud ~- ...... l~t'r~e; un(lerstanamg o~ pounds of milk and 44.7 pounds[ Be~l'~i'ng~'a~n'spen~" the we"ek':end[PVers"on, ~l~r. an"d'~lVI'rs. "Ive'r Hi~lde [.Whitehead, who is home visit- | tale ~,-: .... !of fat. l evening with Mr. Mortensen's[of Auburn, Mrs. Victor Peron, Se-lmg ~rom Atlanta, ~eorgla. | _.~~ ~.0p;oV~eung gave _tne In the large herd division,imother, honoring her eightiethlattle and Mrs. Frank Cole. [ Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lindborg II .~~ unity to ~urtner l~6JeCts for the better those of 41 cows or over, Albert[birthday, ~ Sunday dinner guests at the were callers at the Fred Lindborg I ~~ home and faro[l" livin-'lSteffen and Son, Monroe, with Ervin Wisdom. who is on a de-|Arthur McGrew home were Mr. home on Sunday. | .,~/~!~ for ..... Y ~. g'll9 cows had a herd average of[stroyer escort with home base on|anal Mrs. Charles Smith of Lake Jimmy Holmes of Everett is | ~ .. re: (l~a~no~nUo~Urea l~omwe"1 1260 pounds of milk and 49.4|Treasure' Island, left recently,Stevens and Mr. and Mrs. Geraldlspending a few days with his | ~ r'~,,~H,,~l~$ tibia ....... :! pounds of fat. Other herds in|with his comrades on a trip to[MeGrew of Oso. [grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Samll ~ %.,UI1~%,1 ~011 ~lon ior tne ooyana: this division included those oflMazantlan, Mex. Upon their re-I Mrs. Blaine Bergam has movedlDockendorf. II ao,~..rnmemaKmg;[the State Reformatory, Monroe [ turn will leave for Honolulu. The]to her parents home where she[ r_,, ...... ~. ,,r,,,i~ ~i1.~.[] ~~ .~ . .- ~" .. _*mpo -. Iwith 76 cows and an average ofldestroyer escort plies coastwise]plans to stay while her husband]hum~ n. Mond~,~ wer,~ ~vT.~ L N | ~~ ~! ~O1~ ~'~tr aurae Memoersnlp;~ ..................... ~ ......... !!~ %:/~. ~ --! l,-v --~.~, ~t~,,~ r~ ......... ~.., 1410 pounds of milk and fat trips from Mexico to Puget Sound[is in the service. He is statloned[Am~borrv af Who~,~o~ N n~ | - ~~ C ......... i average of 47.2 pounds and the and plans on being here n S -[at Camp Ord in Callforma. [~Ir"s--~'l'ino"'I4il"d~ ~nd" M'r.~Lu I ~~ ~[nmunlt hlie" ~) ' ...................... " :::. " ~:~o~.~ ,-Y ~ .~ ' .. I herd of Harold Fjarhe East Stan- attle for Seafalr. [Snow [vene Hild~ and .~ ~,irls nf .~dro [I ~t~ ~m m m I,m ~;,~u=r~ome anu ~amnY]wood, 58 cows, that averaged[ Sunday the home of Mr. and[ The Community was surprised[woollev ......... l| ~~ TU ~ I ~/,,vromo~e lnte~na-!1110 pounds of milk and 42.1iMrs. Fred ~nner was the scene/by a snowfall on Sunday after-/ ....... ' ~, II /~.:~ ~lm II "~adersh~ (i~n~ ~o~7 ~diPounds of fat. of a family gathering honoring/noon that blanketed parts of the[~ ' |]| ~~ ~ ~ ~ , tlty -.. n;_n.o ~e .- ] In the individual lactation pc-|the birthday of two of their|community and lasted till near-[I i[~ 1lilt f,! 1"~. |]l ~J":~ . ~e ~ivi~~alr'rV~na~]riod production classes, the Statelgranddaughters, Susan Jenner[ly noon on Monday. The powerl] ,Jr. w. u~en ~iller ][: ....... k~r .... ~" ...Y .. !Reformatory had a two-year old]and Karla Martin, ~and lights were cut off for nearly[] Ill ~~ -'" ~11~ fm~w~j ~aclon, an(1 L~) TO .x~ l~te- - ." . ~- ,that gave 15530 pounds of milkl Eldon the son of Mr. and Mrs.[an hour due to the storm.[| ~~OICT |[| ~ rest m rmme J~con-' and 500.1 pounds of fat. C. R. Ce.[ Eugene 'Simmon, has recuperated| Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lindborg]|. ~|.~u,L.n,,. || ~~ DI ~i~ rli~n ~I-I ....... dergreen. Snohomish, had a two-[from his ilness with pneumonia,[have received another letter[] ~.^ ~-~, Ill ~~~1~ lat~'memagers ot Ameri- year-old that gave 9289 poundslbut Saturday his twin brother, / from their son Dick, saying hell tympzc Ill i b~nal organization for of milk and 470.4 pounds of fat,|Alden got suddenly ill, running ~ has been sent to Korea. I I ~ ...... . |t| u~$~-.~,~ ~ .~AgrE~l ~.M.~ F~Ys enrolled in home- and W H Stocker Snohomish,[a tremendous fever. It was.diag:[ Mrs. Barbara Wiggins and[| ~r~n,q$on, vvas~. |{| ~.~ ~~ ............. n hi h school It IS a ounds no e as neumoma and he was~Mrs Wmme Kukull ave a dem ~, "g " had one tl~'at gave 15460 p [ s d p " , . " " g .[] I[| ~A~7..~, ~zation to the Future of milk and 426.0 pounds of fat. t immediately rushed to the hos-lonstration on "Home Planning[] - HOURS - Phonel/I :. SUNDAY, tha[nerlca and is spon- In the three.year-old group,lpital., [and Wall and Floor Finishing"[19:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m ..... |]| '~~~.'~.i!; ~e ~tate Board for Vo- Lloyd Hansey Monroe had a~ Mrs George L. Anderson was~to the Pilchuekers Home Demon-l| Closed Tuesdays ~J.~l][| "~~ ApRTT. 1.q :~cation with Mrs. cow that gave' 13780 pounds ofla sub'teacher in Arlington Mon-/stration Club at Granite Falls on|| Ill ........ her State ~u ervlsor , .~-.,.~..~.o~w- _ P " milk and 4736 pounds of fat.~day [Wedensday evening. [I Evenings by Appolnlmenl|[| ' .... Oaomies, as State Ad- Melford Naas East Stanwood I ~'r and Mrs. Homer Robertson[ Mr. and Mrs. James Howard of|[ It| ~ *,~H~ ~R~, O|~ " had one that gave 9320 poundsIof Seattle spent Sunday here.[: ..... ~ mmmm......, r...., n...m..m ~ of milk and .466,6 pounds of lat,[Mrs. Rvbertson, the former Verdi] ]]1 "" "-" J ""'" ~ and Nelson Brothers, Monroe,]Inman, and her father Win In-I[ ~][T 4 ~,T ~ ]E~ h /11 le R tTR 1952 FT. HTN .ONTE-q ..... t nds ..... ~ had dinner ................................... h~d one that g~ve 12241 pol [man ot Arnnjo~, ]1 V~ ~ ~.~11 /l~ I I. //I v -- of milk and 416.4 pounds of fat'with Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Inman.][ [[I Win a free Newton Nylon Castin Line. 100 vards-- for the lactation period 'They were joined by Mrs. Helen | ||| " "'oo ~ " "" ' o"L ~ " ~ " " " .... r ld rou " h and Mrs Mac Thorn- ~' . //| ior Dlg'g'CS[ I1SII callg'[l~ Oil opelllng tlav. .~ ln_.tne ~our-yea ,;o ,g ._ p. rump re_yC _ -" ..... ete "ll A large crowd to see the Darrington Talent Group //I .. ,) .... " .... e k~ ~amole & ~ons ~nonomlsn nau son, WHICH was a comp~ 11 ' ' /|1 Win a L()le, lll~Dl I ()CKer ~lZO ,'~[OV0 Vallle .~7 ~5--ior a cow that gave 12489 pounds of union of the Inman family .... , , ~ ,, ~ , , ,, . " ,: ...... . .... ' ."' .... )]e, cnt the comed ( omm Round the Mountain ,, ( . ounds of fat Mr Mt Wheeler Gran es socml t bl~,~(st t sh (aught A nfl 1) 3 mclust e AID milk and 580 p ,I ' //I ,':" " rlIRL Cedergreen had one that gave meeting of the month will bell /|| ~ c,~m,, ~,~ ,~a ct,~+ ~,,,,+ ~,,+,.., m,.,..~..,,,,t. ........ 11728 pounds of m~lk and 578.3 Held this Friday evening, _AprH[[ LAKEWOOD GYM Adults ......... $.75 [[| complete line of Fishing Tackle. , ,)ounos of fat and ~eorge ~. 19a- 17, at the ~range nail Tnerel| " 1/1 ~h Vis Monroe had one that gave will be a demonstration of semi- I Friday, April 24th H S Students 50 //I ~[~J~l~,.Ttrl~ t~r Ik fJll~l~F Ik I~T~ the la*o~* m-,~l~ 115'76 pouncis of milk and 556.4 precious stone grinding. And[[ ....... //I ~a~a~Jw~ n~.~J~u ~' ~.~J~ ......... pounds of butterfat, ciiscussion of techniques and[[ 8 p.m. Grade School ....25 //I , rnng on,........ wasH 10" In the five-year.old and over ~ield problems of the stone col-it [[| ' ~rices ~roup, Rudie Stienke, Granite lector will be given. J / | ,, , I , Falls, had a cow that produced .o MURRAY Frigidaire Store 14181 pounds of milk and 630.4 pounds of fat. John Hawkins, Ev- eretL had one that gave 10710 pounds of milk and 627.0 pounds of fat. Edwin Stocker, Snoho- mish, had a cow in this age group that gave 20250 pounds of milk and 622.0 pounds of butter- fat. There were 1767 cows in :[05 herds tested on the owner-sample plan during the inonth. 0 In Ariington - Pl~one 1344 KILLOUGH CLEANERS for Hat Blockin~ and Cleaning ARNOLD'S J[W[LRY A mNOTON, WASH. Authorized Dealer Hamilton Watches ts the~ styie It's lower-looking, longer-looking, wider-looking.., and Ford's Bodies are the most beautiful in. any low-priced built, too! 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