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Specialty CastinDin Arlington has recently completed a trucked to Heber City, Utah. It's the first such project local manufacturer, but not the last, Roy Mackenzie, firm The turbine was engineered by Hydro-West of Kirkland and the produces 1,750 kilowatts of power. It has a capacity more greater than the turbines constructed in the past by the casting OSO NEWS by Diane Skaley 435-9659 Y hake sale Easter bake The auxiliary those who donated those who purchased e now being sold for the and doll. Winners will picnic on July Library Bookmobile is a bE-monthly stop at the Grange Hall. be at the hall from p.m. reunion annual reunion of all Sunday, Aug. 9. If of any former who might iing, please contact Highland Drive, this fall located in the Oso has openings its fall quarter. '-centered school as an individual. call~Ric Ghirardini I~rs Pare Heinman and in a three mile slug :1, in Mount Vernon, Runners. Both and a head m., head-on collision, transported to ProvE- with broken legs and and head lacerations; "~., head,on collision, ly, 11 a.m. false alarm; imney fire. the Oso Fire Depart- ~mergency Medi- Ladwig; Rick and Pat Murphy April 1 from nd 30, twenty-two an advanced Fire Hall. The Jerry Booker, Fire will take a of arson fire calls office. mg sold to raise First prize made by Carl Luxury! & LOUNGE ' "STANWI Bates; second pri~,e is one-half cord of wood; third prize, a 10 lb. ham and fourth prize, a 15 lb. turkey. Winners will be named at the new Fire Hall Open House May 17. Little League - majors Weekday games start at 6 p.m. April 23, Arlington Heights plays at Oso; April 28. Meiers at OSO, Girls Softball - nu~Jo~ All games start 'at 6 p.m. First game, May 8, Oso at Lakewood #3 behind the Lakewood Grade School. Girls Softball - seniors April 24. Oso at Arlington, grade school field, and April 27. Oso at Lakewood, junior high field.. Hospital plant sale A huge Mother's Day plant sale is being sponsored by the Everett Provi- dence Hospital Children's Association Friday and Saturday, May 8 and 9. It is being held at Providence Hospital at Pacific and Nassau in Everett, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday, May 8, and from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, May 9. There will be a large selection of special dahlias, plus, hanging baskets, geraniums and a wide variety of showy annuals and perennials. Master gardener Bob Hupton will be available both days to answer gardening questions. All proceeds will benefit the Children's Center at Providence Hospital. Liquor licenses The Washington State Liquor Control Board announced retail liquor licenses have been issued to the following: To Collund Company, a co-partnership, a class BCEF (tavern) license, at Spar Tree Tavern, 106 West Stanley, Granite Falls. To Robert A. Ford, a class EF license, to sell beer and wine for home consumption, at Midway Mobil Mini Market, 15218 Smokey Point Boulevard, Marysviile. PHOTO TOUR of SWITZERLAND & ITALY Departs July 5, 1981 What a photographer dreams about when considering the charms of Europe. Peak of moat colorful season. ted Painting Prize - To benefit the Health Occupations Scholarship fund this year, the- nurses of Cascade Valley Hospital-and Arlington Convalescent Center will be selling tickets for the oil painting, "Morning Mist", pictured above. Local artist Pare Legler (right) donated and painted the picture.. Receiving the painting for the scholarship fund is Fran Bryson (left), director of inservice education at the hospital. Tickets for the May 14 event will be available at the hospital and convalescent center. I Sunday visitors Palm Sunday guests at the Herb Fridlund home were Mrs. Fridlund's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wallin of Minneapolis, Minn. They accompanied their children Mrs. Bert Crooks and sons Slade and Todd from Mercer Island. Relatives coming to see the travelers at the Fridlunds home were Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Dorsey of Anacortes, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Grover of Mount Vernon, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Fridlund and Macee of Smokey Point and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fridlund of Stanwood. House guests House guests at the Dwight Rhoads home are Mrs. Rhoads' cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lee of Snohomish. Wednes- day, Mr. and Mrs. Rhoads visited Mr. and Mrs. John Reed of Whidbey Island. California trip Mr. and Mrs. Herb ,F&jdlund returned from a trip to California. They left by air March 26 and returning April 7. While in California they saw relatives and friends, plus, attended the SOth nurses reunion of, which Mrs. Fridlund was a classmate. Breakfast sueeessfd The pancake breakfast at Freeborn was well attended. Victoria news by Mrs Henry Molstad 629,3497 ii ii II l Visitors Sunday afternoon visitors at the Herb Fridlund home were Velma ViPond of Auburn and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Fridlund and Macee of Smokey Point. Guests Easter Sunday guests at the Pat Fitch home were Mr. and Mrs. Allan Thompson of Anacortes. Birthday celebration Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Fitch and Sophie Koch drove to Amanda Park where they celebrated their granddaughter and great granddaughter Kelly Thompson's third birthday. Easter dinner guests Easter Sunday dinner guests at the Roy Schmidt home were Mr. and Mrs. Keith Schmidt and Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Schmidt and son Joshua. They had all attended sunrise services at Bryant Grange Hall. Easter dinner guests at the James Holbeck home were Diane Holbeck, Friday Harbor; Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Jones, Shauna, Shannon and Shane, Arlington; Mr. and Mrs. Bert Jones, Marysviile; and Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Holbeck. Family gathering held A family gathering for Easter was held at the Glen Flones home. Rodeo queen selected Six-year old Nicole Rodowsky. who at Fidelity Lane, suburban outlets, and hopes someday she will be able to ride a ~ Sears stores in~ Everett and Alderwood horse, has been named "queen" of the Mall. Kiwanis Rodeo in Monroe April 23-25~.~ "~, Nicole was the Washington State's 4980 ~ March, of Dimes Poster Child. Born with an open spine. Nicole was paralyzed from the waist down. but several operations and care from Chil- dren's Orthpedic Hospital have enabled her to walk with crutches. Although she faces additional back and leg surgery. Nicole attends kindergarten classes at North City Elementary School and her teachers report that she is an extremely bright student. Her March of Dimes activities have brought NEeDle in touch with the area's professional sports teams and she is particularly fond of former Seattle Mari- ners pitcher Rick Honeycutt and Seahawks wide receiver Steve Largent. She is looking forward to. meeting SuperSonics coach Lenny Wilkens during the March of Dimes Walk America event. on April 25. As Kiwanis Rodeo Queen, Nicole will be saluted at the three-day event, which is slated for the Indoor Arena at the Evergreen State Fairgrounds. Proceeds from the rodeo will go to the Kiwanis Crippled Children Fund. Tickets for the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association-sanctioned event are on sale wo Ilpaper & Paint Sale continues... UNIQUE C, rp,,,, Upholstery and Paint 30S N. Olympic - Arlington. 436-4546 We Have Painting Servioee Nlcele Redowsky iii Community Post Offleo I ,f "] Featuring COUNTRY CHARM 1 / 2 gal. Homo ................. :98c 1/2 gal. 2% ..................... .97c 7:00 a.m. -8:00 p.m. DAILY OSO GENERAL STORE GRAND MED CRUISE Departs Sept. 26, 1981 Colorful -- Unique routing. Sails English Channel, Madeira, West Africa, Canary & Balearic Islands. Personally escorted CHINA IN DEPTH Departs Nov. 15, 1981 China's most fascinating cities: Peking, Nanking, Wusi.h, Shanghai, Kwancho + Tokyo & Hong Kong. Personally escorted The Arlington TIMES - Wed., April 22, 1981 - 3 Coin-free access to telephones Have you ever needed to use a pay phone and found you couldn't even get ahold of an operator because you were out of change? That situation will never occur again for customers calling from General Telephone pay phones, since the company has converted all its coin telephones to~ coin-free access. Coin-free access allows customers ac- cess to the operator without depositing the customary 15 cents. It also provides free access to "911" emergency service in those areas where that service is available. Bob Myres, northern area vice presi- dent-general manager, said the conver- sion was completed in December, ful- filling a company commitment to provide coin-free access during 1980. '*We're confident that coin-free access will make coin telephones a more valuable service to our customers, especially in emergency situations," Myres said. Dialing procedures for local and long distance calls from coin phones have not been affected by the conversion project. Updated instruction cards explaining coin- free access have been installed on General Telephone's phones. Prices Good thru April 30 H.A.S.H. JEANS s13 Sizes 24-32 ........... .......... pr. 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