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i tin For Cemetery . ii .o,, that i g ii ) Million Be ard Fe, t Of '--nivi "tc'.,-~n friends and relatives of de- n [] n I . . .. ,.. .... i" slon ...... ~ ceased persons would prefer to ~ .... ~i~ ~ ! h~.)--Wak g part " ~ ..... "~:~" ~ " r i the lar-est Nay,, cntnbue toward a memorial U ! mm ,i!, cnantae le /tmber [ach [ear C ~ ~fund ratlmr lhan to spend mort- ! :: ; ::~::: ~ orps training exer- ,~,, ,,= ~1 ........ t t,,~,,~ ,,~ ~ ...... 1 ~~ B ~ i i i I[ K [ According to information fromI of approximately 10 acres includ- :aged on the West :a ~...~.-..~.~..~ ,~,2.,,~_~-. -~:_.~.~L~-, ~~ ~ ~~::~ ~ i i the headquarters of the Mt Ba-] ing 300~ will be adverti~d to May 17, is dauphin,r ~r .............rid: ~:i ~~~~ii [[ l[ ker Natmnal Forest in Belling- ~0 . Mrs. t~arom,e ~noznp~on anu n~r .... :: . . ' , this summer tenant Harvey E ' : .... ~::::: ::~ ~::~:~::: , ham 32 ~]l]llo~ board feet of , f . ' son of East Stanwood for many . =::~::~:~:::: :~,;:~::~,:~: :~ ' . ' In the Darrlngton Ranger d~- Darrmgton Wash ' ' ::;::::~:~;:;:::::~;:"~':::: ~.~::::~ .... :~ ~ timber on the Mt. Baker Nation- ri " 1C~ _ ..:.. ~:'years residentsof Arhngton ~]ili ! [ ] t ct there ~s a total of 17,2~,~0 has. A. ~vnuer zu, . . ~:: :~ ,~:~ al Forest has been sold, or is be- , have made a contnbutmn to- ~~ ~ ~~ i [] i ~ ~ [ in~ a'%erti ..... r ........... [ m four different areas Upper ...... ward such a fund same to be] ~ ~ /~ i [] ~ ~i ~ ~S ~ ~ ~u ~l~ ~.~| Whitechuck 9~ ft ; D~w ~ou a supply Oil1- ' : ' j mls year, ann It IS expecteu tll~:tt ' ' " ~n ~'~ ~ ~,n ~,o used for upkeep of the ArhngtonI ~ i ~ 1 [] ~ || i i ...... , .... ,....a ,~;,,,^- ,~,.~| Cr~k fire salvage 6,~,~0 ~.; ..................cemetery ~: ~ i[ '~'~ ........... ~ ............... =~/Duns Creek Divide 1~- I of ' ao~,u,~a." a.uau :'* .... " ] ": sale recreanon pro[ecru on [ne iorest[][wues ' ' ' Box 35, Parring ........ ~.: more w~]l be advertmed and sold I " W.H. Fowler secretary of the ~ ..... ~ small scattered sales, 1,000,000 his wife, the former cemeter as~ociation'states that !il~ili m i before the end of the calendar, Twelve ......... "" l of Olympia, Wash., the assYciat~ion is a non-profit .... year. . [thousand fSltlllw~'fl ~lVeol~Unat~e ~ Second St in Ocean I iilEll 11 i[ Sales include a number of baker, is the son of rfg z zat :ncia iidnthat ::ePlliu Y lea t natflnohomgsh toUtnr Y , On aMn CriaSltcr:i ct Clt'wc now: H . in the charge for lots sold in r " " ~,0~; .Benson Creek blowdow~ ,.. arold G. Miller of new section of cemeter,' a suffi I ~ i ~ / B I [[ I [ 50 ac es in the Straight Creek|2~0 ....... _; _ :i~se~' cient amount to cover perpetual i:~ "~ !!i~::~ ~': !I i [ blWjCu~yniare~v?ngal~ ~P~n~sI ]:000:~01 s~re~ s~lattterle~WaaTa~n: v~glwi;:th~ ~ar~ve Thev:%rag:es fo/~$1~s of J ~ 1 ~~ '~ i / ~ and several small scattered area 'bT0h0200~ Baker forest, a~ordin ~Vice3rd MarmeBattalin'Dw~smnbthh ' r se't" i::::iii~ili::iii~iii~ii~ii~ ! ~~---~--/ " " g , .... In the case of t e olde c 1on ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: to the statement of Supervmor 'Lea ..... :of the cemetery, however, Mr.I /~~lWl~ I[ I I H. Phil Brandner ,Brandner, as well as other na- ~ .taernecKs ].m.nea~ Fowler states that many of the | ~~ ~ ~ ~ [! ~ l[ 1 [ tional forests, is operated on a -=:..~n anampmmouSlfamilies have moved from the[ ~'J.~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ [] e /Leaves Mt. Baker [sustained yield basis, whereby /illSo tseacn near * o: ....... I territory, and have made no pro-[ Ill i l[ i _. _ the volume of timber harvested ,-anL, on l)-aay, maYjvision for care of graves or lots.[ CUB SCOUTS are active in Arlington. Pictur ed here are: Jerry Anderson, Bob Anderson David Na~o~ Forest equivalent to what is grown. _' _ .. [ In other cases some contribu-|Danubio, Gerald York, Dennis Brownlow, Sam Ne bel, Roger Laymam Center blindfolded, Jim Hu-I [The entire Forest is capable , ~ graauanon exer m care ,~ ..... :[tions have been ade for ]ber, Den Chief Fred George. They are playing sle eping Indian game. H. Phil Brandner, supervisor[pr~ucing 140 million feet ~r :. vm, mn, c.ompietea]but there is no general fund for]----~~ :' ..... -L ' . ' ~ iof the Mt. Baker National For-[year and the part of the Fo~ ~: omn curr]cumm O~|care of the old portion of thell~,..~ Tk,V.ko.,. l(:nh ~g6||[~ est left for the regional office that is reasonably accessible will ~,.snow an(] atomiC]cemetery' and it is only on oc-[aa~'~ aaa~aa~.a~ [-------- 7--".- - [Ellis Produces at Portland, Monday, where helproduce 131 million feet. a ........ [casions like the approach OflT.. U....~ | 2 __ l~l~ A~ [~n,,A~w ~|~,~ [has been assigned to special[ Management plans have been ...... {Memorial day when an attempt l 10 ll~U lalOll$ ] ..... " o ... [ [work in administrative manage.[ prepared for each ranger distrieL ~'~ units, ~ne.t'ea[.n'|created, to be used only for care[of the J. C. Penney store, as pres-[ The program included the]by Arlington's photographer, J. Forest with head-uarters in Bel- action necessary to insure re- ~0e~ernems _ .argea[is made to dress up this portion[ At th~ ~nnn~l ~lootion of offi [.. Members a rio .parents o~ ~uo[ Just off the press of H S 'ment in the division of Opera-]These plans show location of ~u orma O slm ........................ " " " " ' 'PP Y " of the cemeter ~cou~ FaCK ZY held their mourn- " ' timber existin ~lc Y. . Crocker CO., Inc., San Francmco, tlon. , g roads, roa~ L Weapons,. behind'/ It is felt that couldamemonallcers the Arhngton Lions Club ly. Pack Meet last Thursday, eve-[is a beautifu1 souvenir b~klet needed, a loglcal progra f~ ~coter ve~ men Mr. Brandner has been super- . . tn . a P .en ._op .~tS|fund, such as that suggested, belelected F~ed Thunberg, managerlmng at the r~oosevelt Cafetbrm. ]of State of Washington scenes visor of the Mt Baker National harvesting timber and outhne ~,~u,ananaa attacKearessor mrce,m'|f the cemetery, the .................. entire cem-I~n,~,.t ~,,, ,~,~ ~,~thcomm~," ~, .,ca- 'r,lFlag Salute and Den Yell by Den Boyd Ellis.hn" gham' for the p"ast ten years, forestation. The timber sale ~e- i- gg ..... |etery could be kept m the same[~,ot~u~,,,~ ~^ ~L-~ ,~ ..... ~ .... [7 and a Cub Scout song by Den[ The booklet is done in full His successor has not vet been tion of each plan is revised ever'] n comrot o~ ~an-|neat and attractive appearance[13th.~ ............... - ............ ]1. A skit on the Hawaiian theme[color and contains twelve pic-[named " [year. Such revisions are n~- ...... [as the new portion, the upkeePl. [was presented by Den 5 under|tures post card size showing the[ ,.. ~'~,,~.,, **,~ ~ n~t~,~ ,~'~ Isary because of weather eon~- '~perlence alnea O -,, ,~,~ ~ ~ ~ v-- , i~ g~ _ . Y[of which is assured by the per-[Other officers elected were:[the direction of Mrs. R. M. Wil-lstate capitol Tacoma Narrowsl ..... ='..'~..^.'" ~"~-~_.~=.~" T~e]tions, availability of man~wer, years oI aevo~ea ~m D~.,.~.~. ,,,~.,,,~,, ...... |petual care fund. The old section]Dave Helms, first viee-president;lliams. Movies of the Kite Derby ibridge, Lake' Washington Float- . ..... finances and need for salvagi ~-coumr was cauea , Ttmes that h~ tht.uughly en ng It-- ~ Y ..... |comprises about 40% of the en-iClyde Ruckert, second xice.presi.~were shown by Gene Pierce. ling bridge, Seattle-TaComa Air- , .......... , .... ~.^ .~+ ~.~.A:|insect killed, fire damaged m" ,ag ~ea aump zvia j~y~u tn~ wu~r, ,J~i LH~ ~wt ~ar,~* ,, _ , -/tire cemetery, and is adjacent toldent; Clarence Shaw, third vice-[ Presentation of the charge- was[~ort, ~cention Pass, Mt Rainier [ ......... " ...... |bloWdown timber aooert H. Pepper . . ~ " "~ " ~oresL ine variety ot active- " ll~an,~,~, ,~ho~ .... .~ ,[the h~ghway... _ . [president, Robert Leach, secre-[made by Mrs. Ohve Rod, presi.[Mt. Baker, Coulee Dam, Lake[,, .... ~,~ c_~,d "..~ .tim,,latlna [ ' O re ~-~'~".,~:=~.=~,,.]..Anyone wismng momase eon:[tary; Alton ~unk, treasurer, tru..s-[dent of Arlington P.T.A. She[Crescent, Park Lake, Grand C~ou-I:~',~'~',,~:~,~;~:~'~,;[f~ .... &.. t~L___L_._ Ist.~"~ ~'~" ~" ]crmutmns to SUCh a zunasnoma[tees, i year, ~rnes~ UUaW~CK, ~U-lpraised Cubs parents and lead-[lee, Dry Fallsi and Pacific O~an[ ~"~ ":'~ "'."*.'":" .......... .:'~"~k I%~UUilL %AUIi~iiU~i" i,,k-~" "'Y "=.~'~-'~.-/sena same either to Mr. rowmr, llard Lord; 2 years, Chet Thomp-[ers for remarkable nroc, ress[Beach with full color cover pic-I uurmg ms tenure on cue wit.[ a. ~, " . ~:,~u ann r eaay [o nO|the Arlington State Bank or theIson and Dean Field ]made in nnst year , r ~, ]ture of Mt Rainier [Baker Mr. l~rananer has oeenl~ I|~y~l~afnn ' =y are catleo u on t ~.,- , . . , .,. ,,.~a.~-- ,,v~ nou, u.n ~;~ ~, [Moll funeralHome. It should .be[ Installation will be held joint-/ Cubmaster Winston. ]~aldwin/ A Pie-Tar map in color fllls]conscmus .of thepubhc interest[.. .-- rae~'~,~ ~",~'~"~'= ~[aes~gnatea t;emetery~vmmonai]ly with the Lady Lions on June|presented 16 awards for advance-|the reverse side of the folder [in me ~-~auona~ ~ores~s, a_nu was[~[ "~'U~w ...... u ~, ,,u-~una. Ila ~t P..,;,~.~ Creek Lode,,~ at ~.t in w.~ ~7 .~..,~,,, ~;.,~ ~|and illustrates the "lav of the co-opera~ea IUlly with c~v~t: u~-i--~ ~w~]~ aards in that re ...... ~--- ~ ~, ........................ v ....... ,, - anizations and individuals in ~c ...... "| ---------o~---~- [which time the Lions will also]Webelos badge and 6 Bobcat[land roads, scenic spots, etc.[g ........ :[ The Snohomlsh County Cham- "~'~" /l**k.li. ['~lll~J [observe their silver anniversary, [ pins. Having reached his elev.]within the state. . ]terestea In tn.e aevelopmenr O~[ber of Commerce will meet on _ / ~ [a suecial t~ro~ram to mark thelenth birthday Albert Huff was! The booklets are on . .. . , day, May 12 at 6:30 p.m. for | ~.~: I'~:--l- [~ !" . . Yb* [e?e~qt - ~ ]~,iven a Blue & Gold Shield All]throughout the state, 25000 hay-[ann [ne managemem of the for-[a dinner and btlslness meeting , *.,'U~nS iArllnglon rloneer, I Attorne- Carl Crosson of Se.[:wards which Albert has earned]ing been printed in the first run.,est resources. /in the Mansford Grange building I!~wt~elch~ii!er o~ha~heSlPw~a~le:c~ut ~c~enr!h~Ya~iiTi~ 1Cod; ~:: e:~/ ..... I~et;a;roic~o~m~~;DHera, rrOragdyRnt~t~~ Sports Day [Passes On .]d ne b gw *-*,-,*en etate Fair to Honor "gh School will be[ Mrs Isabelle Hard of Route 4, t enty- ' y s g , e[ ,i " y "g /LI[~I~I~ g [ ...... . estern Washington[Olympia died Monday niuht in[in that capacity at the anniver,~was.a stunt The King with the] ......... A a [interest)rig flrog~arn" m oemg 5epresented at thelan Arlington Hosnital after a:sary event. [Terrible ~emper': with R~ H.[flldae~ ~ll~l'~ll~l ~li~ |~JflflllHTV [ p~anneu.~.Dy ~ne_~arrlngton pee- l Sports Day at the[iong illness. Sh'~'@rds 74. [ --------------o------------- [Howe in me. maaing r01e. :.~up-[~|Ul~ll, l~l~l~ll gl WJgU|lLJ [v~r~,,',~,~:~v~',--~,M . n, 1..- Washington May 9.[ Mrs Hurd was born in LittlelW[l ]- . ]port}ngcas[ mcm ea y ggs,l +,.~ ~.~, .... t, .... vent~,Cal Marsh and Jack Carpenter;[th~"~,,~"~..."'~'u~'~.-~','~L~- ~00 girls will par-lSioux," Iowa, February 12 1879.]'',u~'a ~'vuLau~'La~aa[rarKer.~enneE ~1 ~ussell, 'anal_ ,-,),.= ~ .-,~ -:~,.~--~.,s. ,-.~ ~!.Granite Falls, John Curtis; Sno-[~hamSb~.~.., ~.....~'~'~,~.~'*? ~ .Program, sponsor.lShe came with her parents to the ~.. e~..--|.--.*].. ~..,....*..| [~a ~nnsman. ~ouna ei.Iecr.s were[[o take price at me .~)g ~.ver-[homish, Dave Deselle and Wm.[Lions ~u~" ~s"~range*~Uall~ mversitys depart-~Arlin~ton area in 1883 In 1913[lOO[O~pil~lVl~t~Yi~l [~.urmsne~ ~y rne lnu~vmual[green State Fair exhibition aur- Russell" Monroe Robert J[ .. . , ~ . . -- ] . , , , [located in the northeast portion Sjca! Education forlshe moved w~th her family toll~_It~ lr~i ! . [ae ns. .... .1 ~ .... , . ..... ; ...... ing their five days, SeptemberIStratch; Marysville, Perry Atta- of town ner th U S a e Fores ~a lll~ ~tc~llu ~UWl wcl~ lv~lt {x~ t~ .. Y s events will be ICentralia. For the past fourteen lrOr l oaa DIaCK[OD I .... ~ .....~9th 10th llth 12th and 13th will lberry Edmonds, Ray Cloud; Ev- building, " " unson Hall, wom- , " t 4 a /a cmsmg ceremony wKn all , , , ' " M o. edu--*~^- *-; un;..~ Iyears she had resided at Rou e ,I Lew B Wallace, member of,Cubs partieipatin- ]be the honoring of cnohomishierett'.Chris Culmbaek and A..] Jack Bennett, present pre:~]. .... v..u.um~, tgiympia ". ] ~" . ." Glass~erg; ~uhan tiarry A~- has been nomlna e a my Field on the[ ~-o u~,,n ..... h~t ..... ]the Washington State Highway.Announcements Icountys No. 1 Bonahde Prancer.] _ .. , ...... [ t d gain ~ar .x.~ ,~. , WOOCI, all area soum oz ~verett I .... ~ .,:'_;~ "~,~.~.~"~2:'=l~oi[Commlssion from Bellingham,[ The Den Mothers Annual Pie-IThis being Centennial year[ .... ".^.a...... c-,,...~ ..... wqi[this office, with Glenn Hill and ucr ot v~otet r~cu~etu ~uu~ ~ ..... ~.a~. ~u,ua.. x,~.. ~,,,,.~.o,.,, " war ~vlitcnell for " )r the day includesi~n ,, ^~u,,.~ .... n ta,~ ~tlu. Iannunced today that another[mc and Round Table will be held[throughout the state, ~t ~s only[,.^~.~ .... ~ .... ~ ~.~,~ ....... | ...... wce-president~ ~arn streets recre-[~;;~'~'~:.'~'P~oneers~Assoe~'[cntraet in the Commission's[May 19 at Camp Sevenich from[in keeplng with this grand oc- meeting will see the ele- araing ~- films andl~,~"S~o'~,a~v~v~a'h",~ her his:[lng'range program for highway112 "to 2:30 P.m. All mothers of/casion that Snohomish county[~,,,~,~~ ~. "t~c qndin~ [tion o~ m zicerSoZOr t.he corn!rig ......... a v w ed s - ...... b year, me, ante oz ele[lon nay Year-round deoart-I~'~'" ~'~=~ ~t r~,,,~o ~ CH,mnia.iimpro en~nt had been a ardl .(Cubs and pros~ctive ~en Mo~.]give some attention to the men[='..'~'~i='."~==,,:~. ,,~ ~h~ .... t'[ ....... m~ hes, and a coed skit[~ ~nn T.~,,r,~n ,~e C~,,,~,~i, throo[ The award for $3195000, was[ers are invited. Those interested[and women of yesterday who o,o.,n~.,, ,,~ ..... u,~ ~tot,,~ t~t] _ . c . g d/to rn_e midam ~.n- :rent fi~ld.~ in nhv-[,~ .... ~,,~.~ ~t~ ~o~;.~ q; .... ~,made to C V Wilder Construc-]call Mrs. Baldwin, 164J3. [have done so much to make th*s[,. ....... ~n ~ot~ **. ........ ,;...,| .e a of the IlrSr.Of the year oy ........ --- .... ~ ...... , ......................... . " " " i isl.~ .~u.~u .~.~ ~..~ ,.,,v~,,...~.,,. ,,. changing ~ne D -laws )n. [c,_~ ~h,,. M~ auo,~ w,m~ andltmn Co. of Belhngham It in.[F~hmg Derby [one of the finest count es of th ~u th .... ~,~,~ ,~ th~ o,mntv[ Y " : women's swim~'[M'~ "Evelvn"S'hat'tuek o"f'Olvm-[ volves stockpiling crushed stone[ Plans are :' being formulated[ state. Manager Robert H. Follis[to" ~o-in"wi"(he~h~is"~o'r~mi~ttee in[ L, 0"-----'-'~ 11 present svnehron~l:~." ,~.~Z o~o,~.~ ~,o c-~,Gtielsurfaeing, mineral aggregate and[for the Annual Cub Scout Fish-for the ~alr Assoemdon has ap-I,_d~ .... ,~^..~ **.~ ...... | | .... I~;~l~___~L_ lg routines'." Orch-['~,~'~ ,~f'~i~t"~'n" M~'~'~,, t sand on state hi~hwavs No. 1,[ ing Derby. The Derby will begin[ pointed Mr. C. J. Gunderson of[ .... v,-~ ....... ~ .... v,~,,~. [#~lIl~ ~. ~[~[~y~ dance honorary i~;"Y~;'"+~"-.~" ~'--;-'~r'~-,-"~'~"~-,~]l-E 1-H and 1-Y It "calls for[May 17 Prizes will be awarded[East Stanw~d to head the com-I .... . A '. :. -- ]n ~ r~* ~ --- J~ ~J.~ OIJ.IL|| U.L .I.&~*~-IV yK.*1X~*~1 ~aa~a , " " " " n S &6 7~ rate modern dance]~r,~ ~]uo ~..~ .f ~n~h~mi~h" about 16,000 tons of crushed ma-[for largest fish caught zn salt[m~tt~e to make all axrangeme t i ||ld |~| 7[| /K. ~o Vle~ Ivlav L ton wat r a,d water, de-lfor v nt. m. "" "" :" l 6O a folk and square[~reat ~randchildren Accordm,, to Wallace, this[tails will be fdrthcoming [has aJreaay started to wor~ onID__|. __ D_ .'!- I.. . ~ . . . y,. , u ;c~]seSa~fll21.1daFyU:n~apl.Se~Vl~S c~llebefF~e ptr~:pkpia~nog~7~be~nguda~niengc~tein~F:C~sbn~Si~{i~:~i~[~?~k~i~a~ni~;!~i~?~ l~7?.yOeallr,o~ld~foc~omotive, NO.]l~eiei/:hnO~n~d:S~a~;ie~.at~- Molt Funeral Home in Arlington.[The project will be completedl.. ,k ~ ......... ~^ ~.;n .... "[li-hts of the fair They are as1684' of the Northern Pacific rail-I Mr. Bernethy was born In St. Lrman for S errs m ~,~ ,. .a~=~ ,,~ ,.,= ~,...,~.~ ~ ^. P ]Burial willbe in Arlington ce - some time this summer. [ ............... "'/'-'l-ws -rlin,~ton Wm Verd ~road rolled through Arlington[Paul, Minne~ta, July ~ 1892, ~aetlain of Seat-[etery. I Highway 1-E is the Arling~n:-|ml.sn~m.[r~^~]e~__~ay- m ay^z6,[Iouows: ~ ..... ~ ................ on T'ue~da,, on its way from ~l ]and had resided at Route Two T~oEV~I~TO~oQ~wALL ~s:;2da;~rdm%hil~o 1EYast'Ss~hne[F'eld.~ ]0penHo..use ~t~an% ~Oat;hewKeng itStT~l~ ~' t wood from Heichel corner, and . " " ' " e 'ce P. Bernethv of Route Two T 1 ~st r of be placed on dmplay The engm alk The Rev. Arnt Qual p o 1-H is the highway from Mc-Mur-[]~A~$1~ .... iAt Hospital . . ". .. ...... [Arlington; fouFdaughters, Mrs. . ithe First Methodist Church Of[ray to 99 at Conway Highway 1/u ;aua ~l~llll~ i,~ , ,m 4n ~ao. ueen an arcracnon at _t.n.e/William SedL~ec of 2623 iC~eve-~ o l~elllngrlam Lentennlal wmcn I LlUD IArlington, is leaving Friday Maylis U S 99 " Ill . . tl ]Iuesdav- ~[V 1]. ..... ' [land Avenue. Mrs Calvin Gille- _ 15, tor a 3-month visit to Nor-" " " Inarrv r.. r raanl ! a, J was ooservea las[ weeK. i~nd ,~ Rr~t M~ ~,,~,~i .... on Garden Clubl ~s the fit of hm ~tal W ek will Old 684 was built m Rome ....... ,way. This trip " g" " [1~ o ! ! ~n ". ~. [ National Hosp" e " " ' ,. ,Iof Seattle and Patricia Ber~ethy ~v~ay l' m me twelve children, eight of whom[ r're ~Cl~OOl ~$no [ran / tie na New Yrk m 1883 Its early rest f Rute Tw Arlin tn three t h e Lutheran " - y t noneer be observed throughout t" - " " " g ;: , live in Western Washington from _ ............... ory we do not know but suspect[sons Robert Bernethv of ~bm- 3 .p.m..Featured Bellingham to Tacoma ToMeet Tuesda Harry J~-~:raanl, 57,.native son don May lu to lo. m. connecnon that it played a part in the set-]deen' James Bernethy of the~ say wiu oe Mr. ~J. c~,,~u ]~t ~z~,~, ~3 ,:ears J ~ lof the ~ryant district diea/with this event th~ Arlington tlement of the Northwest I.q ~. i. T~. ~.d mo~n ~o." Who will dmcuss ago and has never returned. He[ The Pre-School Assocmtion will]Thursday, April 30, rathe Veter-[General Hospital will hold Open In 1928"it was sold to the Nez[nethy of Arlington, and fourteen anq Azaleas. Akitstudied for the ministry in Cin-[meet. at 8 Tuesday evening, MayInns _ l~osoi~a.t in.. vancouver,[H0use on Tuesday, May 12, Perc & Idaho Railroad Co. It wasIgrandchildren, " ~rgea to Drmgat 12 m the Roosevelt shool A wash renewing a nngermg 111 ~. ..... cennati, Ohio, and was ordained ., . . ] "' "] ..... ..~ +1... ,..~.n~.. ^, .~... ~. located in 1951, where it hadl Funeral services were held ~t o~ hewers or]45 years ago. Since that time heifilm, "L~sten!.ng. Eyes," from the[ness..~ ............ [wm~" '~ "~ ~;~ .... ~ ~"'~'~'i" found a resting place off the end[Tuesday afternoon at 1 o'cloek~ht Jonn rrac ClI~IC in lOS An eles lvir ~:r~anl, son oI the race Mr mous nurse ~lorence l~lgnt n _,, [has served ten churches in West-I . , Y. . g . [ _ -= ....... "i " of a spur in an out-of-the way[the funeral home of Puny and ~N~'--~ fern Washington. He has ~een w~.ll oe sn.own.. It dems with[ann Mrs. ~...~. ~raam, prancer[gale, place in Idaho. It was taken to!Waiters, Everett. The Rev. Wil- ." .... with the Arlington church since[bhna.ness m. chfldren...Offlcers setners a~ .~ryant, ~,was ~or~.[ Also on May 12 the Arlington Craigmore, and later Lewiston, lliam Prideaux of the People's '_ ..... 11950. [ror..[~e coming year,will oe m.[=~ugus~..t6, ~a_at rue ,:ra. anliHospital Guild is holding their Idaho, where it was rehabilitatedlChurch officiated, Cremation and ~ rionor oumorWhile in Norwa he will cele staneo, ann a socmi hour will ~arm ~ryam, where ne resme~ e~' -~ *--,, ..... [ y ,[ ......a .. " ........ ' ....... annual Silver Tea from 2 until arid is being used for display'inurnment followed at View ~ ~J~w~"~[brate his seventieth birthday. He]mnow me meenn.g. An paren.c.s[unm moving ~o laco~m anal4 p m and advi~ising purposes. .Crest Abbey. - vv .a~J .~v.,.o.y o ,~ro ~, nl Cl~llorerl ale coral then to warm ~ rings ure 1 " " ' will make his headquarters at ' - " ~ " ' " P , - " " graders at 2:30;[ ........... ;..~ ,.. c~,~,~,~o,~.. ]ally invited ( He was a veteran of World War[ I graaers at 6:6uIra ....... ,, o.,~ ~l~n exne~ts t,~ viit] .... o------------ I~, ann a memoer o~ Arllngtonl wt~en over x~J[ ad 14 years old atlSs~o:"a~ron~h~ei~m, Bergen" an i'il' r UL __it__ _ U___ IPost, American Legion. i ,, . ...... ] 15 and 16 at 8:00 ............. ,~_ ~,~..~ fly ~esuer~ ~er~ ] He is survived by his wife,[ L~ttie ueaguers lC * ULIIUI ~UIWU~IO.II ~ILIU~. . e of members ]s ~ ]~r 11 1 If q [Ann, at Warm Springs, Ore ; al ,..... ,~,-,t~nrbase ] [ there 'will be[SHORT HOT SU~~ I eanesaav, ~une~ [son George, of Trinidad, Colo.; a[ ............ "l " " daughter, Miss Donna Erdahl, ball last Saturday, [i After a mild winter, but long-[ Winston Baldwin, head of the[Taeoma. two ~s~rs Mrs Hun [ ] ~, [drawn out, rainy spring, spring[Cub Scout organizationhere,[...~, u,.'.,;,....~..~+,." anh ~,~.o'[ o~-'-e e~nerienced] a ]{our t and, summer weather came with]states* that arrangements have['~"~;~'~l.~'."~'~" Arli'nA~'[ ....... ] r ' b e " z'xltll~ vv tllaalll~ ~ -x, l.t~cvt,t [a ush last Sunday, the Sabbath] e n made w~th Mr. Rutledge,|~.~ ~ ~..~. ~::.~ ~rd~ ~] adults were on] [being a lovely spring day. Then[Seattle wrestling promoter, tOi~v~re~t ........... ? ...........[ ] m ~a . .... ~summer took a hand on Monday,[stage a repeat engagement in|r~ T " . .... Ihand to give them I prowaea ~o g~velthe *h~r ........... : .... :-- '~" 'Arlin-t-- on Jun- "r-' .... '--! ~unerai services were neiaI ] atal or functiona thull t e IIIUIIleter l'egl~terlIlg, oo.[ g. oil e o u, LOt, tn~l~r"~n""'~-",, ~ ~* at-+ ~ ~ V-''..~'- in th-= ,--,~"~- ' ex err.... a(lVlCe here" .... ' a ~ature. All event,[On Tuesday the mercury in The]benefit of the Boy Scouts. [nel of M~]] ~ ...... ] Home thol P " ] fee is charged o; To ch T wr tler ~" ...... ' ""~ . I Times thermometer registered 93 / p not ' V es s will bel .... L -W'~."~" ~ ,-, ~. ~ I ....~'ohnSi Ver~eu will ap~ar . . ' . rcev. ~. ~,. ~anavlg oi ~ur ~av- r~x.rru. ,o -~ The charge will b~ but a falhng barometer mdmat-[on the b]tl, says Mr. Baldwin. T.nth~r~ f~h,~rt.h nffioia~inc~ [ minimum of $1.00 ed a change and by Wednesday Proceeds, stud Mr Baldwin, .... montaeeh~ shows m-r i .... ] ....... " ]Burial was m the family.plot m] w Bryant Grange o,n ng ~urnea much coomr,]wm go ~o me mcal Boy Scouts/Arlington cemetery. ] r,,...~.., T,o,. enteeri ty niaht Mnv ~ Iwkn rain weonesaay afternoon.[and the Lettermen's Club I ~ I ~,,,,.a .... m ,~ ~rni-e-;Wan'gs-lfno's]~ | ---'-------~.,.,' --,., i __... - " h -- ,[ 11 son of Mr. and e[reshments_ tlechon II CALENDAR i] ' For Millage tea at home Mrs. George Par- ea~;mm R;.d....a'...-I.a...,,..,~._H May12-'-~[lvMe[s;FCa,J'AJr~cb~n [[ menteer o, Lake- [ V VVIlUilU5 IUIIU I, glL H il .,l tlMIIl[_ Hospita!C~Ald [[ wood, hc~w to fol ? nrycmt Grange! The ..... * ......... . . -- , [] May 17---tlam t~mner, Latno- II tUrdav nictht ITw i SChOOl ooara oz Arnngmn port oI [he gmaergarten classes[i " " Hall I] the .... ....... - ....... . , hc Parmh low through cn ,fr~'~o.,~ [Consohdated School District has[ It ~s estimated that 3 mills will Ma 2a r ate called an election to be held produce $11,113, which is thell Ma,,25--Public installation I/ - ........... i y ~---Bacc lau e pitch.--Times Pho- ~d. Rummage Sale[Tuesday, May 26th, for the pur- cost of operating the clasps. ~i "~ Rainbow Girls, A O' [! ~av, at Backstrom]pose of submitting to the votersI Voting places will be Town]] U W hall 8 p.m" " [] to. ',',~ oy violalof [ne aistrmt the proposition of[Hall, Arlington, Silvana School,]] May 28---~ommencement " it ge. . la 3-mill special levy for the sup-[Silvanal and the Oso School, Oso.II " I ,