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8 - The Arlington TIMES - Wed., April 22, 1981 Best bunny ears contest winners were named Saturday, April 18, at Smokey Point Pharmacy in the Smokey Point Mall. They are, from left, DeeDee Engstrom, first prize; Stephanie Barker, second prize, and Christina Groft, third prize. Winners of the Smokey Point Thriftway Easter coloring contest, not pictured, were .lason Germick (4 to S year old division), Howie Price (6 to 7 year old category) and Carrie Turman (8 to 9 year old division). , m, Silvana news scenes by Irene Vognild i Visit Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Nysether accom- panied Mr and Mrs. Selvin Stensen to Seattle last Sunday where they visited Mabel Barr. Barr suffered a heart attack recently and is slowly recovering. Mabel is the forn~er Mabel Nysether and is actively engaged in assisting the women of the church in the making of blankets and quilts for Lutheran World Relief. She is a retired employee in the alteration department at Frederick & Nelson Department Store in downtown Seattle. Barr is a sister of Oliver Nysether. 652-7319 Remembrances Margarcthe J. Myrwang, 89, died March 20. Sbe was born July 29, 1891 in St. Paul, Minnesota..She was raised in the St. Paul area and attended school there. She married Pastor J. H. Myrwang in 1913 and they served parishes in Wiscon- sin, Minnesota, South Dakota and travel- ed to Pri.nce Rupert, B.C., in 1039 to lead a congregation. After serving at the Poulsbo Church, they served at the Zion Lutheran Church in Silvana from 1950 to 1960. Until 1906 he served as the chaplain at the Josephine Sunset ttome in Stanwood. During their time in the Poulsbo area she worked in a day care center for the defense program. They served in Silvana at the time of the 75th anniversary of the congregation and organized the celebration and the addi- lions to the facility. She taught music, directed choir and played the organ.. She was the mother of six children: Solvcig J. Holum, preceded her in death; Margaret V. Myrwang of Sarasota, Fla.; ltaakon F. Myrwang of Union City, Calif.; ('harlotte l.unden of Mercer Island; Dagny Pcj'kins of Seattle: and Ruth Dahl of Ptflson, Mime+ She has 23 grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildret~ and several nieces Conference in Sllvana The Port Gardner Conference. Lutheran Church Women, meet in convention in the Peace Lutheran Church Friday, April 24. ]here will be a coffee time in the Fireside Rgom at 9:30 a.m. and the sessions will begin at 10 a.m. "People of God" is the theme for the Bible study. Alida Storaasli is the print?pie speaker. She is tile former National Secretary of Education and is a popular writer in the church's Scope magazine. Mrs. l.uther Moe is general chairman of County council approves rezone After a public hearing April 20 the Snohomish County Council a'pprovcd the rezone of 16,000 acres of land north of Arlington. The county's m:w forestry zone replaces the rural conservation and rural use zones. The forestr' zone wasn't available at the time the Arlington Comprehensive Plan was drawn up. leaving rural use and rural conservation the only alternatives. The rezone is consistent with the Arlington Comprehensive Plan. The plan calls for forestry zoning on lands designated for forestry in the plan or in active forestry use. The property involved is owned by Scott Paper Company. Pacific Denknmnn and Department of Natural Resources. ]'he forestry zone conserves and protects commercial forest lands in this count}' for long-term forestry and related uses. Commercial forest lands, like the area rezoned, are normally large acreages under one ownership and h,cared in a remote area away from residential and more intense recreational nse. Hospital workshop the local Friday events, and nephc~vs. A workshop on Anorexia Nervosa conducted by Dr. Gene Ann Rubel of San Luis. Obisl~O. Calif., is Friday, and Saturday. April 24 and 25, at Providence Hospitai. Registration is at 9 a.m. Friday will be devoted to professionals only, S'aturdav to Anorexics. fanlilies, fricinds, interested public and to those professionals unable to attend Friday. Persons planning to attend, write to: Anorexia Nervosa Support Groups of Snohomish County, 3211 Nassau #3, Everett 08201 or call 659-3114. Third grade study trip Lorraine Everson and her third grade science class are leaving 8:30 a.m. April 23 to visit |he Seattle Aquarium. "lhev plan on attending a class entitled "Invertebrate Adaptions". In their science class, they've been studying marine animals, particularly those tound ahmg Puget Sound beaches. This stndy trip preceeds a trip to the beach in two weeks. Camp Case)' The annual spring outdoor sch~ufl for grades 0-8 is April 22 to 24. This spring outing is a very exciting time. ]here will be several activities: sports, scavenger hunt, skits, outdoor classes and snacks. Science Fair The annual ACS Science Fair is April 28 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in tile ACS multi- purpose room. All students in grades S. 7, 9 and I1 will have exhibits on display in addition to a few student exhibits from other grades. The public is invited to view the exhibits and if desired attend a showing on a new Moody Science Film, "Energy in the Twilight World". ACS Sports Saturday. April 18, tile Lion Track teams traveled to Friday Harbor for a three-way meet with Orcas and Friday tlarbor~ The girls team recorded the school's first track victory ever by defeating Friday Harbor 04 to $3 ~ith Orcas a distant third. The boys finished second behimt Friday Harbor. Highlighting the girls victory were Collctte (;otts' first place finishes in the 3.200 and I,b(X) meter runs; Karl Haugcn's first in the 400-meter, second in long jump and I00 meters; Melody Anderson's first in javelin and high jump (4'6"') and second in 800-meters; Brenda McCaully's second in the 3{R)-meter and IO0-meter low ht, rdles; ]'racy Gildroy's second in 200-meters, third in the 100- meters and long jump; Shannon Buse's second in the shot put and third in the discus Other team victories were in the 400- meter anti 1,600-meter relays. The boys top performers were Don Williams with three first place finishes in the long jump, triple jump (34'10") and javelin 13q'S". The Lions swept the first Senior completes WSU assignment Barbara J. Kletke, a Washington State tJniversity senior from Arlington. has recently completed her student teaching assignment in the Tri-Cities area during the first half of the" spring semester. She was assigned to a specific school by Deanne McCullough. student teacher supervisor for the area. Miss Kletke is majoring in history at WSU and is a 1977 graduate of Snohomish High School. Year 'round tax help Perhaps the last thing 0n your mind after April 15 is taxes. However, the local Internal Revenue Service office is still open and offers free tax help from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday. The office is located at 2932 Hoyt Avenue, Everett. In addition to local service, the IRS provides year-'round toll-free telephone assistance throughout the entire state. Use of the toll-free telephone service to order forms and have tax questions answered will enable taxpayers to avoid costly driving and parking hassles. The toll-free number is listed in the telephone directory under "Internal Rev- enue Service" in the U.S, Government section. Phone service is available front 8:15 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. three places in the javelin with Don Williams, I)an Hatch and David Schuur- man all surpassing the pre~ious school record of 124"0". Tv Santeford finished second in tile 100-meters: I)avid Schuur- man placed second in 800: Dan Hatch was second in high jump and javelin: Scott Lee captured fourth in the 100 and tied for third, with Craig Gildrov in 2())-meters. the next competition is Friday, April 2,1, at Concrete. Grange happenings By Gertrude Sundberg The book and bake sale to benefit the North Creek Vallev Library will be Saturday, April 25, at North Creek Valley (;range at 10 a.m. The Grange talent play-off for the Northern District will be Sunday, April 20, at Tualco Grange at 2 p,m. All Grangers. and their friends are welcome tO enjoy this entertaining afternoon. The first and second degrees will be given at Kellogg Marsh Grange Wednes- day, April 20. at 7:30 p.nl. The third, fonrth and fifth degrees will be conff'rred at Fidelity, (}range Monday, May' 4. at 7:30 p,m, Pomona Grange will observe their annual Honor Day for silver star and gold sheaf Grange members of Snohomish County. It will be held at South Lake Stevens Grange Sunday, May 17, at 1:30 p.m. Reservations should be made through your ('WA as s(~m as possible as space is limited. Shop The .1riMES Ad~erll~l~ SMOKEY POINT RESTAURANT try our fantastic SALAD BAR WITH ALL DINNERS Immediate Cash for ... GOLD/SILVER RINGS e JEWELRY STERLING ITEMS Pre-1965 SILVER COINS ODYSSEY 1703 Hewitt Everett "' '*' 252-4061 ,~ 9302 652-8688 Jk ) Club news " Grandvlew 4-H Grandview 4-H is already in full swing. The girls have had a bread baking contest. Everyone red, eived blue ribbons. Susan Worthley earned a score of 99 on her cornbread muffins. Cathy Burk received a score of 99 on her onion bread. Shawn Farrell received a 971A on her pumpkin bread and Dawn Gallinger scored 96 on her Italian bread. The scores are based on a possible total of 100 points. The rabbit and cavy project ran by junior leader Shawn Farrell are really. keeping busy. They've attended an open show where blue ribbons were won as well as a bottle of champagne for having the best champagne D'Argant there. At the 4-H Show, Leah Winkley took blues in fitting and showing on her rabbits as ~ell as a rosette on best California there. Steven Karpaty took home blues on his rabbits as well as fitting and showing. Farrell took rosettes on best Tort Dutch, White Satin and Champagne D'Argant. She also took Best of Show with her Champagne, receiving a trophy. Farrell also took top intermediate showman and top overall in fitting and showing. A new member in the rabbit club, Gary Belange in his first time showing, took a red in fitting and showing. The poultry division ran by junior leader Susan Worthley are starting an incubation project. "lhcy will try and hatch some duck and chicken eggs. Susan took her club to a show in Monroe April 11. Kristcn Marken showed her Blue Muscovy drake, earning blues and reds on him as well as fitting and showing. Steven Wordfley took blues as did Susan Worthley on both birds and showmanship. .hinter leader Dawn Gallinger took her club to a dairy judging called the Hope Memorial. Everyone did well: Dawn herself took four top blues, one for first top senior judge, second top blue Holstein judge, second top blue for oral reason senior and second top blue overall senior. Farrell took two blues for bein~ top in her age division. ,hmior swine leader Cathy Burk took her club to every member's home to check on lt~cir projects. Cathy's group are raising pigs for the Junior l.ivestock Show to be held June 12 and 13 at the Marysville Livestock Barn. The kids were able to compare knowledge on housing, grains, weights, and tips on filling and showing. The kids plan to sell night crawlers during opening day of fishing season. They hope to have a place fixed by the Bryant Store on Hwy. 9, April 26. If you would like to join in the fun. call any of our junior leaders. We meet the second Monday of every month at the Grandview Hall at 7:30 p.m. For informa- tion calh Shown Farrell, 435-3826; Dawn Gallinger, 435-2870; Cathy Burk, 435-2348 and Susan Worthley, 435-2478. Little Tricia Berglund, 3, the daughter of John and Cathie Berglund of Marysville, was among youngsters who had pictures taken with the Easter Bunny Saturday, April 18, at McKibben's Apparel in the Smokey Point Mall. Smokey Point HOME CENTER Specializing in Better Buys and the Friendliest Service SMOKEY POINT MALL (Next to Thriftway) 659-8226 SPRING STACKS, =OUSTS SKIRTS 20%0f NEW ARRIVALS Good April 22 thru April 29 MEN'S SLACKS SPORTCOATS ENTIRE DEPARTMENT Gals Tops for Spring & Summer Guys Shirts, Football Jerseys McKIBBEN'S APPAREL - Smokey Point Hours: Mon.-Fri., 10-6; Sat., 10-5:30 Exit 206 Off I-5 - 653-3700 5 lb. box SPRINKLING 2 gal. 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