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J" . II6- "-~'--"--------The Ailingtn Times .~----~--- I Thursday, April 18, 1963. iPhone Directory Easter Egg Hunt Livestock Auction ".... 1 . Goes to Press At Trafton School !36vgal F ,n the Vla mlnM0tlta[a . y s .... ,By er Arlington Man) bullheads and night crawler J h; at 00 -- ] With wimer on the way out[We retired to Scullys Motel!tory including listings fox" Ar- .. s ' ,. r .. _ :~. - prices were steady to strong . ~. , - By C E. Johns ! action, if any, it is appropriate I thought it would be about time [ about six p.m. Saturday with lington, Darrfngton, Duvall, Ev- ~viany. smauer ororners an~fi~s- with fed cattle up 25c or more., uogs-~fop, 190 lbs. to Olympia ....... At long last the to take. I to take a fishing trip. Having[eighteen trout, tweJve of whichI erett, Granite Falls, Marysville, .~ers jolneo r nescnomcnlmren Demand continued good with los: la:~o-~%^sow~ 6~ legislature has adjourned, and ...... [had favorable reports fromI ~'ere about eleven inches, these[ Monroe, Skykomish, Snohom-~u~l~ nu~t t~?~d:anflbYv eggs buyers for all classes, to aza ms, lzou-laoo. . the boys and girls." have returned. . he. positive .accmplishment[ Montana. s famous. Madison Riv- [ had been caugM .~r our. sup- I ish~ , Stanwood. , and Sultan. ,. is rra~mn'- ~ rarems ...... tbmo. t:uDY t'aCK~" ;e Steers -- Choice livhto fed, Sheep -- Good and cr to more drab existence in their of the 1963 legislature was au-[er this looked hke a bet. Three[ per, the others were ham one[ now m course of compflatmn 1 ,~f ~ .... tt .... ]~ n ,, .... f i quotable, 24.25-25.25; good fed, !arabs, 90 lbs. to 110 lbs.,1 home constitituencies wherethorization for four more cam- ] of us Ralph Bates Pat Rilev, I ann one nalf ~o mree pounas. 1 according to Don ttofstrand - ":_"-~:~7~ -'% "'7-." ~'.~-~:'1 22 20-24 00" medium fed 1900- ~.uo; meoium and ze . ' . . . . ~' ' , . . . ' as [ney ~ater a~[enuea a t'acK ' ' - ' " la bs 12 st most wlll be faced w~th making munlty colleges during the [ and I, loaded Ralph s Falcon ] Ralph and Pat each ate four [ D~vlslon Manager for the Cam- an r~,~n ~ roootin~ lad h, M~ [ 22.00; fed Holsteins, 19.00-22.10; m , .00-16.00, be ex lanations of what the did next two and one-half ears[ Station Wa on with food and[ trout, I coma amy eat three,,[ advert~sementsPan "The elosin date for all ..... .':J'~ "'2LL"-~'~.:2-~" ~.~:25,'] feeders, 20 00 - 25 00: Holstein ewes, 2.00-5.50; cull ewes, " P Y - Y ' ~" " "g he w r i i s fish Y'" " g Ed Cu,u~ ,.u ~,,~. ,~u,~.u. - ' - and did not do m a record 83 two of wh]ch are expected to belfishlng equipment (Ralph andlbut t Y ee delcou m the yellow Mothers who attended and as Ifeeders, 19.00-21.00. da s in two consecutiveses in King Count , one In S o Pat are misplaced Washington wonaerzul flavor [ )a~'es of the cHrectorv is M v ......... 1 .~:,^_~ ~.,.~ .:..,.. ,^~ ,,~.^~ r,.~..,~^.~ ~`4~ ,-.~ Y " - " - Y " P " [ " I . I " ~ . a. sistea wim me Dar~v were" lvlrs I nv~c. -- ~.u~cc ~g.L teU ~u.c~ w~a~cu ~u~ ~, o" sionS, kane County and one in Pierce [ ians also) we headed for Mon- [ Sunday morning found us on ] 20, 1963, and the closing date C,e,o~n KI,~,~ i~r~ ~,~ u,,~h~,, "] 22 00-23 25; ~,ood fed 20 00.22 ~: " orth ........................ - o .... Incidentally it will be notso County tana, a seven hour drive n the river about 7:30 a m ap- I for the regular listings m the nn, Mr ('h~'rlo~ 14"ro,,c, or, Mrs [ medium fed, 18.00-19.75; fat I drab for Lieut Gay John A Also a package of five rec- Leaving Ogden Utah at eleven I proximately fifteen miles South I white pages is June 3 1963 7,~'.'~:,':,'.~ ~,5-',",.';~.-- =~7~"%~:.o ~:~ I dairy 15 00 19 00" beef t"--e I ..... '. " . . . ' . . . . . ' ,~a~=,,,-~ ~,.,=~, a,u ~,~. ~ ~, . " , y.e Cherberg, who presided over ommended measures to bring p. m. Friday night, the trip was [ of Enms. My hrst cast with [ We urge any subscribers who Ro,, Cucter [feeders 1700-2200 [ Lorra[ LaTe the senate during the long marabout greater highway safety uneventful until we reached I a worm netted a four oound [ contemplates any changes in ~ ~.~ " .~ . .. ' .. " ".. " ...... I OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY " ........... ........ In me morning r~aster eggs l t:ows--xoung, light Iea peel I at . athon. In appreciation of the was enacted. And although l Warghoe Pass,emvanon ~OUOl Brown Ralp topped that a few[ ms lisnngs or aavertisements _^ `4. ^,4 .~,4 ,4..... +..,4 ~.~ ~.~l 17~)lq~()" m~r]h~m hoof ~n~ I ~a~4h~;.... ~e.b l,~e.~ ...... Montana Idaho ' to call e o b i . we,~ u~u a.u t,~,,,~u. ~,, ,,= ..... - ..... , .......................................... fair and lmpartml manner m they disregarded some 18 bills [ feet, onthe " I moments later using a bullhead [ th 1 col us ness ofhce ........... tho boer .... ] heaw, Holsteins 15 00 1 2, [ ........ ~a'nl'g~aw~y~ ..... ' " ' " " s ~,t~t'~ ~,,v~., _ ........ e,~,~ "~ , . - 7 5, which Cherberg handled the proposed to revamp the state s [ border there we were in a snow ] by beaching a four and one half [ before these date~, as follows, w~or,~ r]c,n,~ h, Vl,q*i,~ ~']oln canners and cutters 11 00-14 75 [ ~ Mile .So. gmokey PainS__ ,.,, gavel,, senators voted him and. 66 separate, pension systems, [ storm for .abut fifty miles [ pound Brown. Pat lost a nice [ All c_.stu ........ omorg l'v'l lng ..... in AR- ........................... D"~,~'i~o'*R~hn~"~n--;P~,~'r'rv ][.~m~' [ I~,~I]~._R,~t- h ..... ' 91 "OO ')1 Qn't,. ] OER S~[E.~KS A SPl~ClA.~t'lt Mrs. Cherberg a trip.to Hawaii. and .provide for their sound [ with three inches of .snow on [ one after having, it almost [ LINGTON, may contact our Kath- Thorsen, and l~uth Sut" ............. a, ---.,,,, --~-,,~~ The senators are paying for thefunding the lawmakers boosted[the road. We armved m Enms, [ ready to land. This ]s the way [ business ,,ffi~,~ ~,,nh, h, m~ ,,~, ~,, ,h, .,,; ......... ;~.,[~~ trip: The view of this reporterper~mns..for teachers an aver- [ Montana at six . _.. .... [the.morning went, finda deep [ mg 118. The forthcoming di- winners were" Steve Butts,[ is mat it.c.oum not happen to ~ge o~ zo percent w im oath[ After a f:C:lOfgae~Z.a~t~lP~CKa~[[iff~te, sga~ in~t I~OOK s~eI~[ rectory will contain many more Penney Davey: Anita Maikow-[~ / I s , WINKES' ANNUAL a meer OIIlCiql. . .e state anu me reacners con-[ up.some _. - .. .... [ ..... .se . . [listings and a much larger yel- skij and Robin Baker. [~ /~7~\ I~ As to what was accomnlished trlounng more money to mls I ann nOOKS men neaae [ tOOK inventory a~ twelve noon, I low classified section ,ha,, ,h. ------------o ~i ~- /~ ~ ~ ,v, .- ............ , i :r tfs 3~it. ry, .concluded .......... It i: a:;s th n p Y Browns When we did start gathered lee from the rover ttester I.uese Loa crest Grange last Fmda even ,,, ~ equally prolific with its views, roe bond issues to the voters, [ " I , . [ g Y " I ~k *,']~ ~ gl ~M I N ~ The Democratic caucus in the to be Passed unon at the ~en-[catching fish we found that[ banK, iced the fisn ann pro-If%. _ ~.~ ~ ~ ing. He encouraged Grangers] " \ ~ .-~* ~~W i i~1~ senate has sent out a summary, eral ele'ction in'1964.~" ] they were !n holes of the same [ ceed ed thru another snowstorm ] vies at hoRlendale to take a stand on legislative t ~ --m~. ~,~.~" "~ "- Leaving all this for future read- A $59 million bond issue for [ type ann me same ~ecnn.~q.ue [ on -,arg.nee rass.uacK to ug- [ ......... issues. He told of how much ] ~ "~I/~--'~ ~ ........ in our reoorter wauld sav school construction was the' was requirea as ~or catcmng[ aen. lnls orougnt to a ciose~ ~v~rs. nester J~uese Long, uu, the Grange had to do with the m ~>Jm,, ~~|~m~,, thg~ Y .... ~ ~h,~ *hl,,,,~ ~hJt ]~ .... t ,~f Ch,~ *h~-o,~ Tt wm,]d Steelhead Trout in a Washing-[one of the finest fishing trips formerly of Arlington, died in development of Wenberg Park' ::+ were not done are~-"~ """" "~ ~-~ *-=-*'~ossibl-"~" be backed from motor v"-~'~ ....... ~-"" ................. icl ton river My In'st fish was alof a hfe t,me. It ]s mterestlng[Goldendale Sunday morning on Lake Goodwin and of the]l k~k[,.~'4 LUN/~B~I p y . . eh e ' m "~m~m ,.m,~., more important than those that excise taxes. It will be tested[ three pound German Brw~ the[t note that. while we were on[~fote; wn:~tendedd11~teSS.coMlr:. many who enjoy it today. Sun-]l %~x'~$.. were voted i to determine whether it is con- I secona was a two pouna ~aln- | me river nsnmg, mere were [ . g P, ., nycrest master Paul Weathered I -'~, ~.~_ ;~e legislature voted no new stitutional. If not found consti- [ bow, that was to be the_onIy [ a!ways Canadian .Gee.se in the [ August3, _190'2 and. hadresided presented Mrs. Paulwyno Hel-li "*~ ANYONE MA Y ENTER taxe~ The two houses enacted tutional by the State Supreme Rainoow oi any size caugnt Dy air, also many uucKs, uoer were I 2'urv~'~rl*ngtn .... mr aver zu years lums with a hast master s Din. I "~'--~-~" a ~1 3 billion general fund bud- Court without a vote of the [ the group. Ralph and Pat were [ abundant We counted fifteen [ ~. ~vlngner are ner husband, Fred Ness was voted into mere- I ~t*t fnr fha ns~f Corn vauv~ nnlv i nonnlo '+ --.'" ..... *.^ ~._,,.., I having equal sucsess. For the I in one herd on the river bank.[ Ar~nur l~ l.,ong; two sons, Lewis bershin I ~ ................. ~ ~'~~~: ................. ~ ........ ~ ~,. ....~ ,~., ~, ,,,, u,~ ,a,~. . . J. Roth of Seattle and James E. ~'" $3 million more than was asked l next year. [ l~alt we were using a Thomas J D.C. Atklns J Roth ,~ ^-~;,~,*,,,," fl,~ a .... h In keepmg w~th Good Fnday]~ ~ ~,,, ~.~o ~ ~ ~,~'~o l~ by Gay Rosellini It is consid- Also headed for the general] Cyclone ~pmner, neigramltes, [ 442 South Street [ ~,~" ~,~"~k~:'i'~,',: -~o~,--ys,.~ the lecture program presented i ~ -- KUL~2% "-- [ ~ -- J~'Kll,~ -" { ered a balanced budget, as esti- election ballot next year is a[ [ Clearfield, Utah [ ~ol-~len"~t'aie ~ir'~"~2~d'~',~,~ a religious theme. A quartet[ ] ..... I ~ ..... |' mates of revenue dependent of I proposed $10 million bond issue 111% ....... ~_ 'T'_ I P. S.--Fishing season opens I _, K_ _.. '-. "" :.'~'2"~'.~'"'2." including Mildred and Ansel ! ) ...... , __ ( $ (1) LONGEST FISH | ..... emocrat in . . . u~ uarringmn, mrs. ~vlyrue .... ix) rmn must e caught business volume and excme to prowde funds for acqulrmglv [in Wyoming the hrst of May, Lec,.e o~ U..ohomish M.~ U~,~., Ohn, Vlrgmla Weathered, and ~ ~ . _ ~ ~" " CAUGHT OPENING 1 taxes, could go up or down by] addmonal land for recreatmnal I ~. ! ,I-} I we are getting our reels oiled [ McGuir-- Mr~ .l~not Cvrr,,,~e,~ Clyde Turner sang two appro- [ ~xa~j ay ~ [ DAY i -o ~ ..................... A 14121 $13 milhon on a one percent[ use. and a $4.6 million bond[Dlee[ apru- [ .... ]and Mrs Jovce Buck all of R,, prlate hymns. Ione Turner was ~ P ] { ~.'Z ,,,, [ variation of the estimate of the issue to provide funds for build. I On Tuesday, April 23, Demo-II~-t'! r~ it lattle; a "brotller, J ~f Price~f the accompanist Mrs. Turner ~ (2) Fial~ must be~ I ~ TI~DE l: administration. [ ing a new juvenile correctional [ ,,~f nf ~nohomish County will[ r|ll[[l ~raaer [ R 2 Arlington and 22 *,rand also gave a reading from ~ ~ [ I tut.~, TI~Dw- ! ..... "" .......... ~" " ' ~ ~' "~" " ' " " " tel" The lawmakers failed to ac- lns.htutmn m King County[ get a first hand account of lliT__~_ ._ V'___ I children Funeral services were Gu,deposts, GoldStar Lily. ~ ~ ~ ed, and f | ~ (2)BIC~EST TROUT complish redistricting. Sen R. which wouldreplace thepres: ] their state legislators experi- [ ~lIll:~ [O r~now [ Wednesday morning at 11:00 ~osts at the soemi nour were ~ m~ured or weigh- ] ~ BY WEIGNT | R. Grieve, of Seattle, called on ent M.artha wasmngton ~enool [ enee during the recent 38th ses- [ ~ ! . ~ .! [ ",'clock in the Weller & Solie t~oo anu . ~ernme ~enoerson, ~ ed, at Whakes It,d- ] ~ a~ ~ IN [ Gay. Rasellini to call immedi- ,~or blris and tne !_,uther ~ur- [ sion in Olympia. [ ~[}0U[ ~011~ ] Funeral Home The Rev. ann ~o anti ~race .A.nurews.. , ] ~ w~rte by I0-00 m ~ ~ ~) TRADE | ately a second special session to Dank ~cnool zor l~oys. I The Snohomish County Young [ ............. I Charles Gaffney officiated. In- ~unnycresr. Auxlnary, wnlcn I ~ A-'a~ 2~ " ~ ~ .~.- ... - ":7-:'= | redistrict, but the ~zovernor left[ Some legislators commented lDemocrats have invited Sena-[, "~ ~)rm graae stuaentat ~a~r-lterment was in Arlington Cem- met the prewous weeK, at me ~ v .... ~ ~ txou r~eep ~sn; | f,~. ,~r.=hi..,.. r~ r~ ..-.~,-... ] that the 1964 general election I +,,. w~n~om ~i~h,~ .... ,1 ~en- I oault, ~ainn., aesirous ot reeeiv- I eterv home of Mrs. Ray Kelley, work- I I ] such action and it is considered I ballOt Wlll oe so clutterea wltn [ resentative Hen~_ Backstrom, I ':~ ,,. ?.,.,~,u. ~ou.% ~, , I n ea on cancer pans. bars. r~eliey I unlikely that another special bond issues that the voters ] and Charles Moon, of the 39th [ e~.c. !n me .Arlington ~ist.ricL [ t,,,~,,~ ....... ~,,,~ reviewed the book, "'Silent ] ......... ~ffi,,.,.~, session will be assembled might well turn them all down. [ district and Senator August ] 9ires.tea..a leuer to me A.grlCUl- [ ~-~,~_~.~,1 ~,.~t .. Spring." [ ~li~glll~l~ lal~i~ " . , o . " q-h~o ~, no* necessarq" true ~n~"~-`4~-~- and Re~'resentati"esl turin uepartmem Arnng~on, l A tmea cnlcKen ainner will Ma 5th will be go to church I pro~t~et~)ig/~t~t~onaUf a~teh2 !h~i~v!ewe~fthis~iot~t~r~a~zyze]~:kh~T`a38yih~rdPsr~dc~cksf::ts~n~tshti~etn:erJa~egi~e~1 ::::Ov~:l ~i~}r~:~AF~l~a~e~; SerUsn, dYawYthf~ pSo~nfY:t~e~tngnranagt NOTE -- NEW LAW: merit 13t, ron,-rats frnro vHrn| ] needs and separate the essen- I the achievements and short- [ ........ ] . .. y, p Otn, at the hall in the early afternoon. [ Reaidemte over 70 vemm of acre havimtt t~-,:~ted in state 1~ .................. . - in tne man a package contain- tne ~ocial Hall in Lakewood o--- " - ~ - districts joined with Republi- [ tlal from the merely desirable. [ coml.ngs of..thm session. _ The [ in- two soil samnles 1 Pu,et] For th ..... ~,~,~ ..... ~~ ,~;: ..... ~:----2~-------- [ ~ years, FREE LICENSE -- cans on the last da,, of the ses ~ t meeung Will De neict at tne [ . a, . ~.7, P i . _v~,,_ .. ........... **,u~ ttt~z t-_vt._l.[t._-l-1- ~i.t._lNt-.l, iz,4,,. I~ " " " a m clay loam, one l%ltsap clay new cnurcn name, me Faith ! A ACKL Evertt Pubhc Library t 8 p , HasP V L LARCE ASSORTMENT OF FISHINC T E sion to approve a proposed con- ! Gay. Rosellini did not do too[ ........ " ";[loamunland; 1 nc Washing-[Lutheran Social Hall ..... *^ ........... [~ stitutional amandment that lwell with his request bills The I and Nick Agosnneln, local~ton 'l ~ood; 1 ~. clear ced~r~merl the First Luthera .... v,- Mr. ann Mrs. ~ranK ~. alan-li would assure sparsely popu[ $10 million bond issue " pro [ Young Democrat president, urg- [ ~ ,P Y, ~ P ; o. . [ - ,. Y ........ n Church der, Arlington, boy, April 8. [ '' "" ^" ~^--^^r~ts to attend this~snaKe; pc. uougias i]r; pe.|nan, wlm me merger or sev. Mr and Mrs Walter A Rob- lated counties continued repre-I posal for new recreational les ~".~'~."~ ~ . ....I old ~,rowth Douglas fir" 3 sma11~eral Lu*h ......... no .1. ..... " .-. . :" . ." .. ^ [~ |l~ | ~| |~ ~ | | ~ ~ ~ sentation in the legislature. The[ lands was the only one of four[ impo~ant ann mtrmatEe[Dou~las fir seedlings ' [any anci~'~':i'rs~"Lu~heran~a're lnson, uarrmgmn, any, April ~.[ ~l~-~&" U ~ ||~~ i~ measure, which was HJR 4,[outdoor recreation bills that[meet~ng" ~n_, Also included is the'following [ now a combined congre~,ation ,.,.~wr:ana_ ~virs. uon.~__vval~t~,[ ~||~r=~ i-~l|]~ill~ I, Ji]~[- v e quesuons anu answers w~u u~ s VUl ~. IS~ ~t., ~rllngton, guy, ~ ||~|]~ ||~1|~ ~ ~|||~ passed 69 to 30, just three at s [ won approval. The legislature [ ............. [ letter" [ under the American Lu*h ......... [ more than the two-thirds ma-[ignored ten other measures [Pwr~e~erva~a re~resnm~nt~] Arlington, Wash. [Church. ~ ....... ~pni ~x. o [i JOor~ r?oUrls~t~dt tOonPal~Ce a PnrO(Iwhich failed in the regular ses-[ ......... ~ I_ -. April 12, 1963. [ Dinnerwill be served between BU~BER STAMPS [I ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON p sea c n tu am u-I s]on ana wnicn rne governor I ~ .. w~ I Lwrene ~tuaer 15:00 and R.on nm a f.~ .,,m a.~...*^.~ ~.~.~.. e,^ I~ ment on the ballot. [ asked for again when he called | i nnard mattson mes] Faribault 525 Park Ave. [ offering wi'll-h~"~';,,,~,~,~l ......... "~'~~"~'.'~" I House approval came after[the special session for March [ "~'--_---', ..... [Faribault, Minn. [~o ....... v ................. . the lower chamber concurred in [ 15. This reporter would doubt [~1- .l~drn=W~||~v |Dear Lwrene: [~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ amendments made when the [ that the governor was too much [ J ] We were very interestedin I~ measure was approved by the[ hurt by this. We do not know | Leonard John Mattson, 58, a lyour inquiry for samplesof [~ . A [ senate on March 30. But because [ how many of them he actually [ resident of the Pilchuek and [ soils of our State, especially of [:am ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ [ . ~i~~ of the amendments, there is | expected to get He created a [ Arlington area for 40 years, I the Arlington area. Arlington is I ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ / ~ ~tAZ* I ~ ~ ] ~~~ ~enqF~n ~e~i~P