Newspaper Archive of
The Arlington Times
Marysville, Washington
April 30, 1953     The Arlington Times
PAGE 1     (1 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 1     (1 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
April 30, 1953

Newspaper Archive of The Arlington Times produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

No. 1 Arlington, Wash., Thursday, April 30, 1953. Consolidated with Arlington Chronicle Aprii 3, 1915. Welfare Session W. Hall became an ba~e for about fifty Welfare workers reported for practice hr. Present to ob- Instruct were Miss Executive Sect'y. County Chap- can Red Cross; Mrs. County Co- for Freer- Jack Barney and of the local Civil De- drafted citizens became, disaster were processed as welfare serv- interviewed obtained information individual or fam- The Information those seeking in- about family or the Food, Clothing teams were on hand emergency needs care. A nurse was for those suffer- ii The Arlington Grand Council Star-Spangled Banner," follow- Fire of the Camp Fire Girls was ing which the program was turn- held inthe High School gymna- ed over to the mistress of cert,- sium at 8 o'clock on April 24. monies, Mrs. Harold Murphy. The theme, "Our Forests," was The welcome to the parents waa based on the Camp Fire birth- ably done by Mrs. Dan Hunter. day project, "Down to Earth." Mrs. Pat Keith, executive direct- The Blue Birds made their en- or from Everett, was the next ou trance singing "We're The Blue- the program. TheCamp Fire Law birds," and then saying the was sung by the group. Blue Bird Wish. The Camp Fire The Forest Candle was lighted Girls entered to the Wo He Lo and the group "response of call and song. "Trees" was given by the Ok[ zu The flag salute was followed Camp Fire group..Then the Blue with the National Anthem, "The Birds lighted the.candles for the Ray S. Farreli elements with group resPonses given in poem from The Wind, The Snow, The Sunbeams and Former Commissioner, The Rain. The candles for the seasons Passes .~uddeniv were lighted by the Camp Fil~ group, with responses given in poem form from Spring, Summer. Autumn and Winter. Roll call was given by M.z~ • Edwin Bollinger with eight Blue Bird groups and four Camp Flxe THEY WILL RAISE MONEY FOR BOY SCOUTS. Committee headed by Henry center, will launch drive to ~aise funds groups answering. [or Stillaguamish district, Boy Scouts of America. From left is Fred Thunberg, Hal Fritz, Leach. At Mr. Backstrom's left are The awarding of Special Hun- and hysteria." Fred Morris, Don Meier, Chet Thompson, Dean Field.--Times Photo. '~ ors was done by Mrs. Charleo Auxiliary corps .... :~ Grewe and Mrs. Pat Keith. The doughnuts dur- u,." Class Mrs, Clitford ...... Rod Drive [~1[ *i~ et~ ol" awarding of Ranks was done by as their part of ,-rood i-inanci-, l...usm ,eo,.lV~, fathers of Camp Fire Girls, Mr. - - " Re Elected PTA Head '" " ° - '"" . .. Bill Roal Frank Marsh an. was present to Suggests l'aving I " Iror Boy ocouts imeases aumence • dy Johnson The Blue Bird F1 U w oath of allegience[ ]~1.,, ~l'*.AAl'*, [~ TheArlington P~'_A~ met Mon~[ A committee meeting Washeldi A large and appreciative audi- ,_ ..... " ~.. p as done ’1-11 ~c~y ~p~. ~. at u~c m~. ~.,.,v, oy lwrs donn vanuolo participatingin Lva~i~; ~tl~;~;L~ I ~,' .... " ...... [at the Cit,, Hall last Thursdav!ence attended the Music Festival m,_ :~ _ • . es [wi[n lvirs tAiirora lxoa presming.[ J :l • • • ~ne iorcn ceremony was m~- • ,, - " nt ht to effect lans or the h-~at the High School auditorium berr h h Are you bred of dust from] Officer electe f r he om] g . P. P .f . . • pressively done by Mrs Milla~I y Jo nson of t e .~ . ,, s .d o t c - r vewhl Tuesday mght, staged by the r~ nancml d ~ ch will be made[ .... your d~rt streets m summe ~munity Club stated , • ing ~ ear were Mrs. Clifford Rod, early next month in behalf of the" High School Music department Lord. G~rls.recelvlngz. their To~- is making a survey That is the question being ask- ~)resident; Mr. Henry Lawty, lBo:;~Scout or~,anizationl under direction of Roy M. Lar- cnes were z~'tarclne fionlnger m ~es in the Burn Hill[ed bv the High School historylvice-president; Mrs. Bill Hen-[ ~,~ao~ th:~Ever~,ro,~, ~ ..... u ]sen ~por~s ano flames; Jane~ t~, h " dricks n er at,Mr W rd ........... ' ,, n Sports and Games, Linda tat could be used[classthathasacommitteestudy.[ o , se et b; s. a ,[which includes Snohomish and] The concert theme was A Pal,~or i,~ ~ ..... t.,.~,, k-=~ Cy looglng treasurer tl v " ...~ - ....-.~-,,.-..,~, ~o. "" " " "-eer treetsI " |Island coun "es committees ha e Pretty Girl Is Like a Melody. afree" dele" atmn" ['ng me question ot o tt s. • . ' . . . . Sonja Wangsmo in Folk Lore. : g , ............ I Mrs. Rod gave a brmf report]been appointed for the varlouslBefore curtain time the mterme- Thomas T~r* .......... *-- angton Hel hts Com wnat can oe bone aSKS me , = j=ou,~ wa~ ~,,= 'g "[ ' Ion the Countb P.T.A. convention]districts Henry Backstrom heads[diate band, under the direction .... ,.^. ,^. **.^ ^..^:.,__ that took part m class to hel et the rest of the ~ 1 nr h se attendi ...... " [ ' P g [' e d at Mo be. T o ng/the committee that will conduct]of Albert Kt~hn, played several The ~..~eot .~o...n.. : .... L~ms CmD nas al'lstreets in town hard surfacedD"[~"om Arlington were Mrs. Rod, lthe drive in the Stillaguamish numbers. . . ,v, o ~,.~,~ ,,,,~ ~.~- .'tea enlisting the re " " r . . . tmgmshed by Lmda P~lmer w~th p. .... "1 To solve the problem, the com-[Mrs. Mumzza and Mr. Te jesonz /area, including. Arlington, Gran-[ Featured on the program were the candles for the elements ex- a~oer o.~ workers iOrlmittee made a survey of diffe..ent[ Mr. Alton Funk presented tl~e[ite Falls, Darrmgton, Stanwoodlthe High School Band Chorus• -tin,,uished b" the Blue Birds and • ~ • nd East Stanwood : • ' RAY S FARRELL *' °'aim .... f D l" this" parts of town, ,on surfaced and Cub Scout charter, a .... . • a Cappella choir, group and solo • the Season candles extingu~ht~ V~-a train~r]O C "~taffn ,~f[non-surfaced roads. On the sur-[ Jeanne Bergan and Judy Clapp[ Tnose meeting on ThursdaY]numbers. [ Ra.~, S. Farre ,11 6,2 former] ........ ~.. . by the Carny Fire Girls ev~r~'~'~'~'hH’, h~i~[faced roads, they report finding lof tl]e elementary school sang|n!gnt were .ivlr. ~acKs~rom.[~ The m'ogram o~ened with the l county commissioner, and long-] Thanks are exoressed to all --~ ~" ............. ~'[ ' [ " " "t~ •[ rnompson, Hal l"rltz ~on Meier[ ":° • ~- ] " " th Ed ecomb[ • • " the eo le of the o imon the wo duets Do ~e in t e Wm t~meremdent of e g w house disaster victims, P P P ~ , gg ~ . . ' ' coronation of M~ss Barbara Gru- ho asmsted m the program, L, fir. oY~],~’i .... lmoney was well spent in thel~ow' .... and Till I WaWz Again]Dean Field, Bob, Leach, Fredlwetl -s Oueen she havin- beenldistrict passed away suddenlY,to the ~are-t~ ~.a ~r'~-,~ w~. ~ck ' ~ saving ,t brought in upkeep of]With You." Mr. Albert Kuhn fa-[~°rr~s, ~eam~t~unDerg. , ]elected by the choir and bands [at his home Monday afte.rnoon.[attended the Council Fire and • .. " .. ' o[their houses. On non-surfacecl|vored with two violin solos [*~-.~P ~'~^ *** .... ]from amon~ three candidates se-[ Mr. ~arrell hao oeen ~li mr heloed make it a success ,uons in me process oi~ . " Troop z~ is sponsorea oy the' ~ • • " d u t returned "~ ..... ,Odgin~, Unit nersonnel[ roads _they . found, the people] Dr. Ralph Stolzheme, psychla-[Arlin~ton Lions Club and troo,,[ lected by the Semor, Jumor and]some, t~me and ha j.s .... [ - o to s~d un ~he nro-[Wamea ,mmr roans_ surraceo:[trist of the University of Wash- [o~mm~itteemen ar~ ~a Thune.tSophomore classes. She was at-[to n~s nome from me nosp~mi]ltT #~ __ , n *| thatch ,~ ma,~ be]°Ut amn r ~aKe rime to nna our[ ngton gave a very interestlng[~)e'r~ ~nstitutional -:::~,~senta [tended by Princesses` Marilyn]las~ weeK. ~e seemea }ooe re:[l~[eW oncre[e no .. -- ........... -, ~,mw ~o ~o about it /"..,.. ^.'~ ,,r~.~,.~ c..,~.~ .... , / ~, ..... v-'- .-. :~ Diek~r.~on and Delores t~ergevin /cuperarlng nicely, ano nab spent ~’ n future practices ,, • , ' • tire; Hal Fritz chairman; raull ........ " the revious evenin visitin at • • Refreshments , ' 0 H1 The cost of such surfacing were served m She was crowned by Allen Vance P g g n - 1 A ecessary for proper,accordm to the committee, is' Harold E Jensen Fred - - - - "the home of his daughter Mrs ~..waj g • • • , 11 win the meet- • " presiaem of the Stuuent Buoy. . , • _ " around $700 per block, or about[~he cafetema fo o . g [Morrl~_ Kenneth .Kenne.ckeberg,, ,m, ............. ~, ....~,,~, I Donald Backstrom, m Arlington.t A new concrete bridge is ruear- -----~~ ,eo~ .... ~..+ w~.~o ~ ..... ,..,~.lmg. /Cnet lnompson Dean l*lel(l, ten! .,.,.,= ,,,,o - by .............. ,, He seemen to be feeling, well in*, eomnleq,,,, ,,-, u~,~,wo-, • ,_ ~ ~-oo pc, ,v~. ..,o ,~ ~u.~,~,.~, ~ ~ ...... "; .... ~ "Uall~ "~ ~v" " b- m,ssell Knight I "* ~" ~" ~" .......... ~'" "" "" ~b~PAIGN [from curb to~cgrb~on a 40-ft.'[ ~ /.~amews, uon tvtemr, ~lmer ' o,,,~,,iMonday and was resting at home at Erlich, just north of McMur- CCESSFUL [~treet. The cufbiflg: must be in[A ~ || W |,~]~A [ .. • ..... ~...-~ . l~n~'~. ~,,a~duat~nZcia.: :~',~3:"l when he suddenly colla'ps .d ...... ray, and because of its ~a~- g before t s rfacm can be x'~.x~,.v. ,, • ,~u~, bcourmaster IS Jorl$1 ~nselman,~,,,, ,,= . ~, ~ o~ v, on the clean-up] be u " g / . ' . [-: - ...... - := I . > .... " [ Mr Farrell was born in Verona, ency and width indicate that it co ........... 'done the,, su~'~'est ~:. . i~ . lJr., wire Jim ~enzl,'JacK warren, Other speelmw numoers werei..__A: ~-._, .... ~"~-- ~ 1°" and is on the 4ine of the new hi~'h ~mucmu in ,~.rllng- , J as • • ~ ~v~tH ~a~vta ~v*ay ,~, boy ~ *~. " 'eek., ~,, .... t~....,[ . ' II/I$[rlcI meeung [and Vance Holland as asslstargs.Ithe pretty Maypole dance, and]had h~n a ra,lrt~nt of .~nohnmlsh'Way that will eventually be ....... ss~o~,.-... ~'t , -- The troop meets every Tuesday the cleverly arranged baseball'"~ ..... ":" ...................... 'built throu h i 1 rt - heClass' of the H~gh,,Hos ital Notes ] About 100 members of the A.|mgnt ...................... at ~ at the vva~.lngto.lcantata-_ ,county since 1903. He was a grad-, g th s d st ct. • class committeel P ]'). U. W., including people from]__h__1 .......... The_^ are~ • [uate of Arlington High School,~ The new bridge, together with t the campaign was IBirths I :cattle, Everett and Bellingham,|~~ u~ g.y~nna~m~)_!.: ..... ~[~ . I , o ' }and Success Business School in ~our others, on the mgnway, are about z,~ boys now lllt~r~ht~u 111 and many trips were Mary Ann Traulsen, born April attended the district meeting of o~,~ ~,~, ~, ..... ~ ~, i~ /,,~,~tod ~'~t~,~l~ ~ |~,~,~, tSeattle. being constructed by uon~r.aetor ' n ~"" ,,~ ,,~-~, ,,,,~~ v ~-- ~,~a~,~H ~.,. a,,~a~a~,~a For man ears he conducted C B Coy at a eos~ of $~a~ src the city trucks to]17th to Mr. and Mrs. John Traul-lthe lodge, held at the Workma [.._~ ~ ....... :'"~ms tha't'"the. ' ] Y y i "_:" . ~ ...... t". _ ae garbage collection l~en, R 4 I hall in Arlington Saturday night [uu~ ~,y ~uv vvm,a,, .~_. I llI*xl_ i~_ t ..... I the geheral store at Edgecomb, I Tne structure a~ ~rlmn is a~z ° many youngsters now taking express their thanks] Clayton Dale Macomber born lApril 25 '[ ....... ] IUl l₯1arlne$ [succeeding his father C E Far- fifty feet wide, is set on cone~t~ • .- . .- • ,part in the t:un ~cou~ program ' • • ' " " • ilin has con e rivew -O-operated m the ef-I \~ml 25th to Mr and Mrs BruceMrs Helen Starr was the "re ................ I Marine Corps A~r Statmn Kan-lrell m the conduct of that bum- P g, cret d ay , " • " • ~: ~" " lnolca~es mat mere wm,,ue many "" • ' • ' • ' d r idewa ls It Macomber of R. 2. [ ~iding officer The'.,. guide con- [-,,-.,,.,.. ,~, .~... ~..., Scouts in a[e°he Bay, Hawan.--Marme Pm-lness. He served m the navy dur-:an cone ete s .1 . spans ~,,~"~ ~'~ ~,,= ~'~ ' Lake Creek which is the stream ..__ [a,,,.tod Mr~ "~u,.~i' T4~in poo~l .... [vate First Class Gordon E Lan-[ing the first world war and was , snor~ ume ~ | "ll',~----- [['~|,.,/I-~l A,~ ~'tALA--I T----AJI,[ .~Iast'e~ of'-Everett.~to'~the' ares[- " ..... ,fear 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. Les-[ a member of the American Le-ithat flows from Lake McMurta~ Hues rRlUteU Ull a[;~mm /I-iU;[l~ient.s ~tation from which sl~e in: lJ * ! 11i, ! I~ie !i, anfear, Box 172. Oso, Wash ,[gion, 40 and 8, Knights of Co- north to Big Lake. . . .............. 1"-- ~" ~ ' " are De . Ivited the~uide to brin~ in the memorial wlnoow is literally making beachheads[lumbus, B. P. 0. E., and EverettI Other bmdges which , u~g re on Page 5) [ Squad 4 -- Keith SarkiMan, lm~t~.,~ ..~ ..... ,,a ~,,7~,,n,,,,,~a -- ,, , ,. • in Paradige~ IYacht Club rebuilt are me one at Big t,alce. Sday, April 22nd, 6~]--has. McQuesten. [them Then they took their sta- Dedicated iundav The Leatherneck, a member of[ Mr. Farrell served Snohommh which ~s re.eel mg a. ne black- :he Arlington High~’iSquad 5- Jir Spada, Pete[ " - " the Third Battaiiofl Landingl~0unty as commissioner from.~oP sur~a~,~ana orioges m ed 5,000 seedling fir|Pbeschet. School forestry tract[ Squad 6--Ed. Kittila Dave [ ~y',' east of Bryanr.|Soencer. ' I two bussesdriven] "These various squads now '[ ann ularenee]zlimbed the hilt with youthful [ uad 5- Jim Spada, tions Mrs Starr introduced the " orial window ' m ehet [G " "g i rs" Frank Fo ~ beautiful memo. _, Team, is engaged in landing ex. District I for eight years being Whateom~c~nty aboveAcj e: . _rand Lod..e off ce ...... ri • . • ' " " ,,~a~ w ~ ~**n~ [ ,arty .e ~attl~ the Grand with the suo]ect, t~n st preach: cremes on the islands of Hawan chairman of the board for. fourl Mr. u. u. ~orgey, (1Is]ricE mgn, ~ee~. "-~ .......... lVlas[er ~v~v'ork~man;~Mr. Buckmast- ing," was de.dieated at the. 11 and lVIaui. The series of manouv- years. Since retiring from the, way engineer, stated to The eo,,v~-h ....... ~ [er of Seattle Past Grand Mast. o clock., servme, o~ ~ne ~-~rs~ ers is being co-ordinated by the commissioner post, Jan. 1, he l:llmes ~vlonaay morning ma~ a~. i~=,~ ~,:'~ ~ :~,,u~. ]er'Workman"Mrs Marion Flem- Methomst church. ~unaay, Aprl! 1st Provisional Marine Air. has been employed in the office aerial survey.haL, been male .,, .... :. -.~ ..,. ,.~.^ • """. :"= '.."~’~".~" ..1:_.. ~, o .... ,'_ n~-~ o.o,.n ~so,,~ 26th in honor of me la~e Mr. ano Ground Task Force under the of the county assessor the route o~ me highway north nJs arriv~u at tn= vl or, (loin me lan[in Well 111~ uJ. o~:~i::~ttlU Jud;~t k~t. allu*.~*,- ~ • , ,~ " • * it on the Scouten] .,~,,o ,h,~ ~g ..... ,P ...... g ~,--,, [er ~]orkman" 'Mr Crawford of Mrs. A. L. Blmr, among the command of Brig. Gen. James P.I He is survived by his wffe, tof Arhngton, butthat ~ had not am ~,~,~ ~o schoolt'~L"y2": .... W?_. .... "::~ ~" .... V"=~l .......... ",~ ,~ ...... er" Mr~ cnurcn's munoers, ano tvtrs. Riseley USMC Making up the'Edna, at home in Edgecomb;'yet been compm~ea and the en- • • --~,-- ~,,-- ~u~,!~ac~, reacnmg [ne summit oI ~v~i~tt ~.a.u v ..... , ...... who assed " " 'ess car was set up] th~ mountain Planti-~ ........ Emma 'Thomsen, Grand Guide; Mmn!e B. Blair, o. P _ assault force is the Third Bat- two sons. Jack and Larry, both ofitlre, route selected. However, he ..... , "-~ . • -~, ......... "~ ............. away mree years ago after nav- ,.,~.......~,.~.. T~....~ "Phira x~o. Seattle" three daughters Mrs. saia in such construction as ~na~ ~?s MmUn~aofSeemr°r]~al~tte2~byab°ut~lp~m" when all ~rSn2a~uWsa~So~rO~c~el~ngn~v~, ing .served.for.many. years _as r~ne"'~)i~'s~or~SFl~i=F~,'a'n~l"un"its'of Edna ~Iae Merrick~'of S'eattle; at Lake C.~dek, it is the policy to .~sts were introduced i~unc'h ................. ~ P ........ Mark Strang, of Marvsville the teacner of ~ne.t~inie class o~ tne[Marine Air Group 13 Mrs. Jo Anne Backstrom of Arl-:maKe SUCh permanent Improve- ....... " "~- ..~ o .... ~ -'.,_ ~unaav ~cnooi ana as a leaaerl "rh~ nn~r~tinn~! fiaht~r ~rm~d in~ton and Miss Eileen Farrell ~mems wnere mey are |oca~e’/ on • atlng campaign or- ,, ,, De ur ~rano ~viaster oi me - . ..... ,-~---, ...... ~, ..... -~----~- o , . ~.__, _ ,., I L’~ra on Keep Wash. Green [.. P._Y ..... o1[ devotmns at meetings of the|ran.~ within the'air groun and the with the U S Air Force in Tokvo;Ithe line of a new highway. ~*uuucea were ~om 1 " l~ortnw'est I)is~I'IC[ , ................ ~, *- " " - , ~m ,,f ~,.~,,,,,~ ~,,~,~[ Fol.owmg the lunch, Mr. Laz- . " . , . Womens Socmty of Chrlstlan[BLT ~r,~ serving, in Hawaii for a brother, Dr. Vincent Farrell o~ ------------o - igl~" schooi'pr~nc~pal:[ara spoke.on, the work of the]. The Arlington lodge ~s_,~v Service. . .... l~ix months trai~ing. At the~end Bellingham, and two sister~. WHAT, NO FISH! lI[ -SlXtYI DI[tHU • wasnm ~on ~reen commit oraung ~ts ~ y Y The wmaow was oonateo o ~, director of the Keen[, P • .g . . ." ....................... . ......... Y I of that time the men in both Mary Farrell of San Francisco,, Everett Vvinkes, of the Wh~kes Green committee.I !ee. saying ~t ~vas orgamze~, mImps munro, jlr. w m ve~u w~ Mrs. Nellie ~arrowoI ~v~ac.mas.aI units'will be returned to the West and Cecilia Farrell of Seattle. Itardware ~tates that there seems and C L Marsh, old: ~u py a small group ano mat ~ne onl_y_ ac_uv~u)- ms~er of ~ne late Mrs. l~lalr. ~ne Coast and replaced by other Funeral services were held at to be little interest in the prizes .... "; ." . ....,now tnere are similar organiza, lVlVlng charter memoer, r~tY'[was oresent ana maoe the mr-I,,..its ia ..,~..,.u .P~,,~n~,, ,~,~.~,~, i,~ .,~f~.,~n ,... ~ ,.~.~o, .~. Uild Olin Fosnauah~, ,Iruns. ln6z s~ates, tie also men-i~ear P*-~ y~t~y,=o~,/~?~ ,~__..*_'~ .'- .imai presen[ w~naow oe-I A graduate of Arlington High the Immaculate Conception Either that, he sa~'s or the angl- '_ ..... I~mneu me raplu growm of the~. L. ~warsn ano Mr. ~eu .rUun- ing accepte~ oy Mrs. ,co mict~ui- =~ho~i the Washinaton Marin,~ C'h-roh with the Rev Father J ers ar,• not catching' fish ano Jim ~paaa, Oil " ' 'V ,~ ~ ....... ~--- o -~-- ............... ,Tree Farm movement saying[ty Mrs Malmsa Beagle rece~ ed[lough on behalf of the churehl • " ..... ' B hal w " ~s~..~t~.... ~vi~=~" , , • • .. ...... . ......... • enterea rne 2aarine t=orps in ~-eb. H. Deady officiating, u " as The contest closes Sunday les,'"district~ f0rest' that there are now 26 million[a corsage. ~n.e was one o~ ,u_~e]The cnurcn mtual o~ o.ealcauon ruary 1952, and is currently serv. in Arlington Cemetery under the night, and so far a 12-meh rain- and Johnmatooper cent oI ties ares' In-'women were acres's° °rganizedt" Hetassertedtfir-s-t-l-aaie's--[° ~a°dnth~ed°~ge~'"-'~uall.w~en]was'read by the pastor, l~ev. A. tD. ing as an ammunition technic[- direction of the Moll Funeral bow submittedby Gordie Black- ~essentin Forest Service . . . " "l .... " "l • an. Home. en is the larg t ente ed. a Mr Verd and Mr come is ~ro/n mrests and thatl bersmp ~o years ago. I -------o-------- ~, . • • he had no doubt that ma~y of[ At this meeting six Candidates T~ ~i~P[r[~ briefly on the s~g- the boys of the senior class would,were initiated. Assisting in the a~ ~wa~Lv~ e occasion. Mr..~u. eventually be employed in thislinitiation work were Mrs. Alice ]~oo_~,~,, | A^~ ][~^~ on safety on tne .... industry. Mr. Lazara took pic-,Hein, Mr Lee Fauver of Everett, l~Ui|t~||! i.~J~ ~ methoos o~plal~Itrl tures of the group, and Mr Watson of Bellingham. H Phil Brandner supervisor Y " [ " of the Mt. Baker National Forest and Mr. Guild. l informs The Times that the Bu-[ za then announced ]{or bills on bituminous surfacing[ ti~m of six planting [reau of Public Roads is calling~ leaders and schoo~l i of 7.97 miles of the Mt. Loop] follows: ]highway, Red Bridge to Big Fom:.] ups _ _ [Bids to be opened May 12. / W. Pressentin, JaCK [ Mr. Brandner adds that the[ ]grading from Verlot to Red[ Larry Munizza, Jack i~a the ground at the time; con- formed on the accordion. [Bridge is still under contract, to[ --_.__~ sequently the area has grown The Evergreen Chorus, a group]be completed this year, and a] up to a thick stand of alders. He of sixteen, from the Seattle lodge]new bridge at Red Bridge is[ n Your explained that conifers (fir, hem- gave a very entertaining pro-]scheduled for next year, if For-[ lock. etc.) are intolerant of shade gram of music from the 1920 s,]est Highway funds are appropri.] , and that it will be necessary to with appropriate costumes. [ated. ~ [ [Uran Is provided to giw kill the alders before securing a A luncheon was served in thel ~ / -~Vents or functions thai stand of such trees. (This is be- dining room, which was decorat-[MOTHERS DAY PRO~,AM_ [ al in nature. All event* in ne b ban h trees on w AT WASHINGTON S~;liOOL ~ov fee ts charged, or " g do y ding t e ed with bouquets of spring flo -I ....... [ advertisedwillappear a limited {~rea.) Mr. Engles ers. Mrs. May Wayt was in[ ~even[n graaers ~ntnerooms] nil. The charge will b~ spoke encouragingly of the pres- charge of the dining room com-[°~, ~}}ss ~ams.ey ano mr. t~eoeen,[ ..... ............ or ~ minimum of $1.00 ence of young seed trees in the mittee. , [at ~2e wasn!ngtonDsenooi, wm[ aroa ~avin~ that ho har] observed ~ho ~vt A /~ IT IFJ a~trictl ~'e~.n~ a ~viotner s • y program/ ........ ""~" .......... , ...................... on Friday Mav 8th, at 1"15 The 'ern,~ery SaturdaYsilvana. Musicnight' three or four such trees to the meeting is to be held in Belling-[ ..... , .~ .. • • [ pUDIIC IS InvHecl anda & Kenny. acre. He expressed the belief,]ham in October. • / therefore, that by eliminating the- o " ~ _ ~ ~{ new Bryant ~range ~aturday night. Un- alders, natural seeding wouldI LODGE TO PLAN [ IxrrLE LEAGUE,,._ __ [! gradually reforest the area. [ml~ l~rll OF MKY ! TU~Tn~I/~5~Y., *..,, . [i R~ freshments. The school has some 500 acres Evergreen Lodge, Sons of Nor-,I ~:omo; on, ,ms.' r~ay oall~ li ra- ~ ~ way 'will ~urnour ior all boys lz ann un- on Students in reef- ' May uer Saturday at 2 p. m. at Hal- 8 p.m.. at the Ar: lock field. Bring glove and ten- School auditor- n is shoes. It is planned to or- to the ganize Little League baseball NEW BRIDGE over Lake Creek, Highwayi-A. Note width of bridge compared to present roadway. ter in the evening, m Arlington. Times Photos.