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No. 2 Arlington, Wash., Thursday, May 10, 1951 Consolidated with Arlington Chronicle April 3, 191- Seniors 'S1 just three- more before eighty- say goodbye to h School time ap- are busy send- graduation an- and preparations for the closing Night, Bacca- the boys in by 47 to 38. the graduating Barnier Breon Byrholdt Everybody Hits In City League Opening Games Opening the City Softball League last Tuesday night at the Athletic Field before an en.~~ thusiastic gathering, the Alder-' wood Products nine came from behind in the final inning to down Arlington Sand and Gravel 15 to 14. In the second game of the doubleheader Fowler Agency built up a big 18 to 2 lead and coasted to an easy 25 to 13 win over the Active Club. Both games featured heavy hitting attacks by all four clubs, with the hit- ters having a decided edge over the pitching i Trailing 14 to 13 with two out in the last frame, Alderwood Products loaded the bases on three walks and then an infield boot let in two gift runs for the victory Manager Don "Murray led the hitting for Alderwood Dahlgren Davison P.T.A. Members ]N. P Repair Crew Attend Fluoridation Clears Log Jam Conlerence in Seattle A Northern Pacific Railway re- A one-day conference on fluor- idation of public water svpplies held at the University of Wash- ington Friday, April 27th, was attended by Miss Mary Gal- laugher, Arlington p u b 1 i c sclaools' nurse; Mrs.* Clifford Knudson, president of the Ar- lington P.T.A., and Mrs. D. G. Taylor, vice-president-elect of the P.T.A. Among speakers who favored a fluoridation of public water supplies were: Frederick S. Mc- Kay, D.D.S., Colorado Springs, Cold; Philip Jay, D. D. S., School pair crew, consisting of about 30 men, under direction of fore- man Herman Klatt, has been busy in this vicinity and on the Darrington branch the past two weeks, repairing damage to the line suffered during the winter. Some 120 carloads of rock have been placed along the right-of-way to protect bridges and grade from erosion, and re- pair grades where washed out. At the Haller bridge the crew removed the large log jam that formed there during the high water, and the bridge has been repaired by placing new ties. of Dentistry, University of Mich- In addition to thm bridge igan; Francis A. Bull, D. D. S., crew, another crew of track re- Director of Dental Health, State pair men is at work on the of Wisconsin Board of Health, branch in the vicinity of Dar- Donald Galagan, DDS, U. S. Pub-:rington, making repairs to the lic Health Service, San Francis- line by installation of new ties. co, Calif. Lions To Install Saturday,, May 19 The Arlington Lions Club and the Lady Lions Club will install officers for the ensuing year, at joint installation ceremonies to be held at Canyon Creek Lodge, Granite Falls, on Saturday night. May 19. The groups will meet at the Lodge for 7 o'clock dinner, fol- lowing which the installation ceremonies will be held. A social time of dancing and cards will follow. The Lions Club at the Mon- day evening session, elected their officers as follows: Presi- dent, Micky Ryan; 1st Vice. Pres., Vic Johnson; 2nd Vice Pres., Irv. Brandt; 3rd Vice Pres., John Danubio; Sec., Web. Moorman; Treas., Clarence Shaw. Trustees, Tom Jones, Frank Arnot. The Ladv Lions will hold their election Monday night, May 14. Those participating in a panel Mrs. Floyd Langdon, hospitality; Mrs. J. P. Enselman, classifica- tion; Mrs. A1 Eliason, junior gardens; Mrs. Hildor Eliason and all members, staging Pro- of Nor- paring the tables and shelves is w~gian half of the work in getting nee of ready for the exhibits and it is ay, 17th of hoped that all will turn in and Will be in help. -~re L get-to- Door prizes will be given both Lanwood afternoons and evenings. ~Y, May 19. Final plans for the flower st rt at 8 show will be made at the regular lo~ . meeting of the club on Monday, ge are in- May 14, when the club meets at the Lutheran Church. don of Portland, Ore., Donald, with the U. S. Army in France, Elmer of Seattle and Frank of Ellensburg; three daughters, Mrs. Genevieve Wilson and Mrs. Joyce Lampley of Seattle and Mrs. Dorothy Robbins of Blaine; two brothers, Arthur and Ed- ward of Seattle; two sisters, Mrs. Effie McGilvary and Mrs. Ada Jenkins, both of Everett; and nine grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Thursday at Moll's Funeral Home in Arlington, with the Roy. Charles Gaffney officiat- ing. Burial was in Arlington cemetery. The equipment was purchased ~o=s or anv other dogs used to[ from, and installed by Bristol hu~t' game'birds, to frequent[courtesy to visitors on that day Radio -reas where upland game birds[and these may be picked up by There is also a switch so that may reasonably be expected to[drivers when registering for the the system may be used for a[be found during the nesting[meet!ng. The business session public address-system Howev-]months of April, May, June and[opening all0 o'clock will be con- t " et ,- - . I ducteo Dy Mrs Albert Lamp, di or, the club has no y put. Juiy. re "" " " chased the microphone equip-I The code further provides thatI octor,.and will include election ment for this. [any dog found pursuing or mo-[m .omcers. for the new term The new equipment will beIlesting a game bird or animal orlwmcn degas in Oct6ber. used at the dance to be held thisl destroying the nest of any game[. Noon luncheon will be served "t ....... the closed season lm me tuning room at the Cit coming Saturday nign. I Dims aurmg . , ...... Y The club last year built a new[will be declared a nui~2uee.and]Ue2~itwnerell c%TPeotintiVe floral c]~bh:b~se andk h~v~P~ngn ~%ns[ a2i'n2uSr:nc~a de hD%ntairnglThe:ege~lltln~loU/e~n Te ~[e community center, where the[in the fall,~ th ,,-- P. "] ... real community meetings and en.]ment emphasizes . Keep xour[weaamg r ecept!on; arrangement tertainments may be held. [Dogs out of Game Areas. Imr a Drmal Shower; informal er arrangements for the home, using material brought by the Clubs. Reservations for the luncheon must be made not later than Friday, May 11 with Mrs. Charles King. 507'35th St., Aria- cortes. For the convenience of Arlington members who phone 2215 before 6 p.m. on May llth, Mrs. Clarence Shaw will make reservations. Plans for transpor. tation may be made with Mrs. Shaw or Mrs. Mac Pautzke by phone or at the club meeting on May 14th at the Lutheran Church parlors. with three homers and a walk on policies and viewpoints in in four trips. Vic Lee's S & G the -field of fluoridatio-n were: squad outhit Alderwood 12 to 10. Dr. David Law, School of Den-tam . In the nightcap the Fowler tistry, U. of W.; Dr. Galagan,[ lit rl hammer Agency nine pounded out 22 hits San- Francisco; " Robt. Leaver, I V ~i~g?:ve offa pair of. ActiveClub hurler~ Dist..-. Enginee~ oWashington[ The organization meeting of This Council will study the ~u~t'-:-' , ~xnm~ .... m every mm~ to ~c,xv ~tate uepartment or Healtn; .r~-lthe School Advisory Counc__ill m__anv t)roblems facing tho Holla~l the2r" ?ee2s,ve w[nL, ~mong the J. Allen, Asst. Supt., Seattle C ltY[wil1 be held in the N[athematics [schools ~and hear sugg~estiorls , .,~ wc~c ~ t,~- u~ .~ water Dept.; and mrs. uerne ha-[room of theHi-h qch--1 ~+ u f..~., ~...; ..f +h.~ o..~...,1 ,~,~..... dOer enson f- b- ~ ..~ -~ ~ --~.. -..d ,,, .,~ o,.,,,,,,, v=t,,,lu~, g Larry Mumzza and Norm Kap- cobsen, president, Seattle Coun- p.m on Tuesday. May 15th. fol- Committees will be appointed ~Zgeze pel~ and one Bap~ece. by RaluPh ell, ParentTeacher A ssociation.llowing the PreMdents' Council, lto investigate ideas and sug- ._ _ u e~e auu D~ ~ ,~u,*~e. ~uu e Harvey ~:. wlrm, ASS[. ~tatelwhich m~ts ~t 7 ~ ,, ~oh ,,~ ~,~+~..~ ~,~n ~o.,,,.+ ~,o~. +~ .~.. Larson tC:/:s:%er%d [~r thwe2nOge:s.P~tsh Samtary Englneer,` Wmconsl.n[ganization in the school districtlcouncil. The Council will make t~ J~oaru oI riealtn, SpoKe on engl - ~ "[is urged to have a reoresentative recommendations to the board: u~.en four hits Ken Osborn hurled] neering controland mainten'|'~resent An" interested citizen Ion matters a~re^-' u ..... ~-Indquist " ..... v ~ ~ ~u pun. a~ . one h~t ball for four frames to l ance of artffmml fluoridation of[may become a member of thelbrin~,s th~ ~,'~,,-,.~ -~.~- t...~. ~ong wi .... " e, ......... ,.-- .... ,, .,~ hark Marshlain ~ t.he decismn. 11 communal water supphes_Marlo[Council by pledging regular at. lpeople and provides coverage lle~--- DU~ bcureb: ~1 ~[orlazzi, wasnlngton uepart- ]tendance ........... /thrn ~rhnuua,out tho di.~triet and tf R H EI ment of Public Health, and W.I l a~:7,U~)rov~,,'-2 ..~'Z..'.;'.."~-..J"..~_--.= ~n~ler Sand & Gravel .......... 14 12 3 W Wamsley, Acting Associate IA..l;..t~,~ qt,,JA,~to = mortenson Alderwood 15 10 3 I Chemis*r" r, .... *-~'-'nt '~--~ W '~x'aaaaaa~L~aa ~,tuu~;aato [ ~ ~...~ : ...... r~ u,,.~ ~,.~ v-~,*~ r ................ j "']TP,, ," I,, J " Ude Nysether . , woula uKe to a,scuss. ~.. Corky Klein and Tuttle; Ham-I spoke on laboratory conWol of It is essential now more than ~ulSon mer and Bingham. [ Sgt. Arthur Botten fluoridation of ~ublic water sys-laO,a.e .. , _ ane , was married hm w~dow, "~ , .% ever. mat the scnools work han~ p_~Y Fowler s .............. 25 2 4[ Tech. Sgt Arthur Botten, son He " , " " ,i tems Jill ~ . ! [ .... -;_ eterson Active Club ............ 15 14 31of Iver Botten. Silvana pioneer,[Ann, and 7-months-old daugh-! Fluoridation of public water[l~lUSlC resuval nana with the patrons of the ms Putnam r survwe him The home is alStnCt, and that these patrons 0-gne K. Osborn, Winkes, Ludwicklwas one of the crew members[re, " " " supplies has been proven inex-[Stffdents from the Arlin-ton[ ........... .... and Munizza; Marshlain, M. Os-lwho died in the crash of a B-361at Fort Worth. Tex. ~ensive One Wisconsin instal-/ ~ /nmp formulate me sonora poue- ~epnine toth born and Davis. [at Kirtland Airforce Base, nearl The accident in which S-t ~ation reports for nine monthsof[High School Music Departmentltes. Tpe are forces at work S"- The schedule for next weeklAlbuquerque, New Mexico, onl.^+. ....... u~,,o,~ ~ .... ,,,,~,~ ~,$: operation a maintenance cost of/will participate in the annuall~ne v; ~. [na~ would corrul~ ,rove .. will be Fowler's vs. Sand & Gra-]Sunday, May 6th, according to[~'~= [:~:,~"~n.~,~c~"~'~, less than twentv dollars and an[Snohomish Countv Music Festi-[and mscredit, our .schools. An 1~- ,~ ~teuges v word received b the. famll on ~'~ ~, ~,- ,~ v iormeu pumlc Will De a le ~m~ .... el at 6:30 and Alderwood vs.[ " Y "Y I~esi~ne~i"'to carr~ "'tl~= a"t'om] overall cost of'seven cents per|ca1 to be held at Everett Friday [ ....... t~_ . ~rnorst Active Club i" *h"~ s~con"~ .... ~ Monda,, ~ ~" ~" . ~ " '. . I ~o,,~t~ n,h,~ ,. .... ~,~ ........ ~ / ~, |eom~at these forces. The scnooI~ Urkovi "' ~ ~ = u ~a,,,= ~. bomb. It was on a routine train- ~-v ........ v,,~ ........ ~..~u Ma 11 ch on Tuesda Ma 17 Wednesda 3 y of the State of Washington a~ U.~^^_ y, Y , Y[ Art the youngest son in the[tng flight and, accordin~ to thel was 608. It has also been proven[ __ " ........ [2"_ ............. es~~'=eu will see Fowler~s. in_actionlBotten family, was born at Sil-[reports' was coming in~ for a that fluoridation of public wa-levernn~):%w,no wnl enter me ~andlser~o~ustr~im:2c~a~SgrnO~i[poanaI~ in: agalrrst Alaerwooo in me nrs[lvana in uzo. Ilnndin~ when trouble dovolnned Iter supplleS cuts flentai caries/ /,~. ..... ,_ _, .,_ ~ . " ._ ~tams ...... ~ . u*c pcup*c ut the state are going , . game, and Active Club against ~ " rate two thirds Don Wahl, Virginia Wisdom, seW~dom Sand a~d Gravel in final. [scH:o~ttae2getdth~S~lVgtnoa g/iad~/oF~v~gr~la se~I~esl~Hltbe 3~old The U. W. Public Health Ser-[Jim Hinman, Bob Schroedl, ~u- [thSo~PP~the increasing cost o~ Odd ,Player of the Week: Manager[schoo1 ~r_~m,o~,~, with +~,~ ,.~o~ _~ ~ 3... Y , a . : . P'I vice American Dental Associa.~drey Peterson, Bob Alexander |._, y must know what 1 " Don Murray of Alderwood Prod-[of 193"] e, ........ ~ ............ Ira. ~tanc~aro t)m~at. ~aiem Lu-[tion, American Public Health lTom Foster, Leroy Johnson, Ani-[tney are paying .~or. and that ~auer meran t:nurcn ~nvana rater ta Joer enson Sail Lien mey are getting their moneys ~a ucts in four trips to the plate " ' ' " Association, and some twenty- g , y " , Rob- Bla- homered three times and walked]inB?2tenenll~ed Indthe'r frcelmentw'll be m the Sitvanalfive State Dental Societies defi-lert Olsen, Betty Boursaw, Mar-/wrth" eKen y, w a ser lee cemetery, wnere ms morner, It ,s a the fourth time scored three/ ......... I ....... ~nitely recommend that publicllene Nyblod, Barbara Davison,| " e sy to predict that the r ' as a nawgator-oomoaruler wire wno passed away In 1~4~ is *" 1953 le islatur " 3.^., uns and batted.In eight. | ..................... [ .... ;: ......~2.o - ~., c~... [water supplies be fluoridated to Darlene Helms, Grant Jensen,[ . g e will face more uuersen itnc ,;uL ~*r ~urce in ,taty,/ounea. t~. d. t~u.~=.ou.t~u, ota,t'l.~,.t.~,.+ fho n,,hl;,, o..~i,~=t ~.,molPat HIllls Gord., Bla,.ben L,,aII~/serlous nroblems than the ~- France and Corsica, flying in the wood funeral director v .......... ~- ...... ~ ............. ~ ......... t ...... . I', ! . 11/*n [ ......... [ ' [of the ravages of dental caries. ]Dahlgren, Jim Price, and Donnaltegislature faced. The national harueners Will [a-zu "invader, and A-20 'Bus-[ Besides his widow and child,[ - -- . " [Johnson. [government will be taking mole ~1,. 'It' I! | / [ynar~aVCnclutype P~:es~lisHniS[he is survived by his father, tWILL DISCUSS- _ [ Choir entrants from Arlington[,~ our tax dollar. The people o~ ' /~11~ /~r~gl~P~nl~ / . a -/lvor, residing at Orting; two|11t~: ~'nol-~:~l'ION [Hi,h will be" Lerov Merrill Rnhlthe state Should start now to &Lq~,&&IL JLdlqLtLAilbl~,~q. &A& " -~ " . . ~ .7 -,~. *~, --,v~ . ~1 ..... 1~. 6 . _-[gmsned flying cro~s,air medal, [ brothers and six sisters; Emar[There will be a generaldm-/Vosika Mar,, Terhorst Jerr,,[beeome acquaintedw~th their . ~ . , J , . J| . ~nekson lvirs.~, t:. ~aimerDemgm[w.,~th two clusters., European[3otten, Seattle; Carl Botten, Sno.[eusmon of the sub3eet of. rural[snyder, Pat Snyder, Lynn Rosen-,sehls so that they will be tn & ~as[:, ~rs. ~ae rau.tzKe w)u[rmoon w~n tour cattle, stars[:lualmie; Mrs Sylvia Moe, Ort-]fire protection at the Arlington bach Lorene Sehmidt Vern0n~position to tell the 1953 legisla- presme over me meeting okme]ano me t'resioent's unit cita-[mg; Mrs Esti~er Pallas, Seattle;]Heights Community hall next]wheeler Laveta Penne~z, Wayne lture what they want. There am Garden Club on monaay, ~viay[tion. [Mrs Nora Van Arsdale, Taeoma;IMonday night, May 14. /Pearson,' Lucius Wright, RuthIselfisn interests that condm.~ 14 Landscape gardening will be in-- the to"ic for the afternoon's l--He was discharged following].~4rs. Olive Hawkins, Tacoma;l_ The public is. invited: Chie~[Myrwang' Johnny Marken, Bev.[spirited campaigns against ilL- man . ~'. .... line second worm war on June/Mrs. ~wargare[ ~i~mer, roseDurg,/Arnot anu several memoers t/eric Dahl-ren Ida Mac Cran-Inancmi support tot the scnooI~ mstruetlon mrs ~: w hoper, - o , : 21 1945, and re-enlistedin I Ore" Mrs Thelma June Lund,]the Arlington Fire department more, Joyce Prose, Shirley Ham-[~ It is hoped that the Arlington leading. Mrs. Hiluor Eliason March 19a8 [Tacoma ' [will be present mer Melvin Edstrom Jack Jen [bcnool Advisory Council will [on 'twill bring a large number of ............ t ,,* ..... =. ' ' ' "' --r-v .......... !: School Operetta, "Meet Arizona" )n Pea .... Iproceeds of this sale" will be~g~ ]['~.~n ....... A_ _ _| rlr~| _|___ ~L~r___ 11 P~ ]various g oups are: Eina Lind-|., _ _ ' Price ..... [used to help finance the garden[ J.O D~ rresen~eo lnursoay, clay 1~ [ !oom, Kent, directorof Festival[Zoe Ann Russell ~rey Iclub show on June z and 3, thel ,, I~no~r; wm. uonaia ~wct~aw, Imembers are asked to brin~ thelrl The school operetta, Meet Ar-lfects. . ~-,~lAberdeen High School, director ~, ~#w~,L',, .... ~ ..... I purses and buy generously. ] ]zona, ........ whmh will be presented[ ,Orphaned L a r ry . Benson,I, rlovd C. metcalt lot Festaval Band, Dr.. Stanley[ . &Jl.lQ'lfl~l~l~ii,~ I1~1,11~ L [ ............... ~'~.~hthlf~ fnv Mondav, includelm the H~gh Scnom. aumtormm. . [ aoopted by Colonel Blair at the ,~ [Chapple,. U. of W., Director of Miss Zo ~nn Russell is the At- _. ]Mother's Day arrangements, in.[next Thursday mght, lssaid to[ age of three ,and, though.not.of Dies Suddeniv [Festival Orchestra. lingtorl representative in the ermg Iformal dinner arrangements joe one o~ the nnest p.roauct~ons[~egai status, orought up nKe ml ....... ;~, ........ I ' ~trawoerry ~'estival Queen ema- n {decorated ............. hats and exhibitor,slOI tne season, ana wmzeaturelt2omnel's own son, declares that| lqoyu t;. ~aetcmi,. zur .m~"Yn[D_~. * [ test sponsored, by the Marysvill~ _, rsen [choice In horticulture tulips,[ . [ Y'g "[ ......... n Tues |,,.utes Amve , . . "S a senior i~ Tho catchy tunes and songs by the the d m man mentioned mak years a resment of Arhngto committee She l u cast in a wil nelgnts, mea suaaemy o t ge liris, riaododendrons and azaleas;[ [" g " 1. [ " " " -- " a" his[~ " ~o ,~ [.he Arlington High school, am:l There are e~ ht three stu Jack G 1 h Mana (lay mornmg, may ~, t . ]also radishes, onions, spinach,[.. "g Y- . -[ u dy, Ranc ger,[ ........... nk luesdav- May 5- ~,s worthyy Adviser of the locaI .and land exhibitor's choice The meet-loents taking part, ana unoerl voices doubts of there ever hav. I apartment nome at ~m~q rret~< -[ _ J "I ' IOraer of uainbow for Girls tag" " " tl at[the direction of Music Director[in been a will." [1in Ave., ~eatue. ueam was uue|~_tL * ~w~m [ Zoe Ann " " ,, wzll be called promp y . , o g .............. ,'~ art, ]s well known in this rood tone-thirty." IR. M Larsennave been taith-[ Between these two, Cappy, cor.[to a neart atta~: . - [ ,, ~,.u .u ,~v.~,~ [community, where she was a _~--~---- [fully practicing for the oecasion.[al boss at the ranch for many[ Metcalf was ?or.n at ~arry,[ A girl baby and a boy baby|candidate in the Fourth of Jul~ ~, ~t~,,) ('~,.~n,,t4J,~,a~ g"~,-*4,,'' [ The story is woven about the[years, steers a cautious and del.[Ill., October zb, l~. He came[arrived at the Arlington ciener-|contest last year. -Her paren - vt t,19 K..~Lb'IL~'lb ~7"t, bb~ I "Mvsterv of the Missing Will "[icate cours [ west when a young _ man,. and al hospital on Tuesday, May 8, Mr and Mrs GuilIo d Ru t~ . . o e .... ~ . [ r sseU. Cv r:~; ~ |And, operettas bemg what theyl Into this settin= of mvstervlhad hved m State of wasnmg- but their daddies were not pres- operate Russell's Flower Shnn k.~p~'~(~ ~~ower ~~ow [are, pretext after pretext island suspicion comes the Col.[ton ever Sl c.. .... lent to greet them, as they are [ in Arlington. ~ard~- ~ ..... "~ ,...~ ...... ,,,u~ .... ,,, ~,~ ,,~ ~, | ~ound for singing, da~leing, ro-[onel's Vermont niece, Lettiel He is survived by two nail[Dora serving in me armea forces[ Winner of the contest, which a..~.., ,_,~, ,~ ~ ..... ~ ~)u. .......... .~,_ ~')_ ""-|mance and comedy, in order that[Blair, with girl companions, to[sisters ana one nalf brother, all[in Korea. . ....... [closes June 8, will reign as :_ prlng garuen terest a~ ~ms season o~ ~ne yea~|~he will, if there ever was one,[be guest Dudines at the ranch.[living in me ~ast. ~ewas also[ To ~wr. ana z~rs. Me~vm Strid,[Queen of the 1951 Strawberry n~ored June 2 when many housewives are[may be blithely forgotten. [Lettie has been invited because,[a cousin of Mrs. L. I~. ralmer, o![222 Third Street, was born a girl,[Festival on June 16 at Marys. lingto,, ................... r-_..~^.~ +~.,~,.,....~ ..... -'^""~ ~,e+h lines of out-[ The sudden death of bachelor[if no will is found, she, as next [ R. 3, Arlington. [weight 8 pounds, 6 ounces," and[ville. All contestants will" form !r Hal! ,,n, ..,, .~ .... ,,,~ .~_- ......... el|Colonel Blair has left the Ride[of kin, will inherit the Dude[ He was for a number of years|to Mr. and MYs. Kenneth John-[the royal family for the cole- --..,,, ~,, uoo, ~,.~, u,,,,,,s oe ......... ] [ " [son a oo wei / " " " .~ ....... ~ I em Hard Dude Ranch, m Art- Ranch. a member of the Arhngton , y, ght 9 pounds,. 9 bratmn,, during, whmh Miss Rus- IJ ace or at- restful nOOKS wnere me sum-! :ona, temporarily without anl Lettie is earl,, made aware oflGrznge. He was highly respect- ounces. The Johnson home is at sell will continue to represent lovers. A mer's sun and shade can be owner, due to no will ,beinglthe Benson.Gu ldy feud. She]ed%y his many friends in this[337 Mc, eod Ave. |the Arlington community. , oe the fire- enjoyea, mrs. Leo Mct:onougn, founa among the Colonels ef.I (Continued on Page 10) Ivicinity I.o It m II m ~ J~ ~ m ~m,m = -- as an outdoorMrs. E. W. Soper. Mrs. Burnett . " ------ Baker and Mrs. Mac P. autzke lk___ I~, - _ I Funeral services will be heldl||~=~A u------ ......... - P. Pratner ... -- ' ~m t l at the Home Funeral establish-]U|~L||~L O[ uaroen t;lubs 17 uDSr ! a tPh a !atDmh i :6 aPlio ,ee ra of I all ' lerat tern n sa e ing of the day Other chairmen, including lon= a" resident" of the Oso dis [ p ymg ~ys I, ,; 11 appeal should attract a'record flowering shrubs" and" flow , ,, b - . ers Farm Bu- Mrs" Hildor 'Elia~son, general trict died Saturdav, May 5, at an The Grandview Recreatlona]]L~wners ~arne~ attendance of garden club mem- grown from bulbs in the garden "A O U W chairman, will be Mrs Philip Everett hos'-ital His home was center has recently installed a ~ ~u~ IT_ l~_--, bers to Anacortes on May 16th A choice selection of tuberous ~" 1 .... Wra e ~" ' new Bo an am lifter system to ~'0 u ~0 ~ when South Side Garden Club be onla 1 nt ea Y 7th, at Pearson and Mrs. John g , at 1923 Thirty-third street, Ever- . g p . p p ~ ............ g p a s, r dy for the s'~eaker ~,-^~.-,^~-~ ^l~x Veilleux -++ - de used in connection w~th an 8 The State will de nost to me omer 60 ~ed- arden will be av . :~_ .~c,eume; ~,~.~."~ ~ ' ' ~" " "" " er Seattle.May -- . ........... g , ailable in car- Mr rms Jacob born automauc record play The artment a am warns eratea CiUDS m t;nucKanut DIS tons and flats to t s.R. registration; Mrs. Ma " - Mr. Prather was in ' Game Dep g " " hose attend- sen, prizes; Mrs. Leo McCul- Kansas July 4, 1886, and came new system, which has loud-all dog owners to keep their trict, in of the lough, judges; Mrs. L. C. Palmer, to Snohomish county in 1890. speakers at each end of the hall dogs out of areas where game "B!ossom Time on Fidalgo Is- garl Starker, of Portland, Ore., Bureau for judges dinner; Miss Etta Lang He was a aerobe r of Mt. to equalize the distribution of and principally game birds are land .is the theme of the meet. a nationally known Northwest agtoh. A and Mrs. H. G. Sessoms, entries; Wheeler Grange and -Stillagua- music ,has also separate1 con- apt to be found at this time of ing wnicn is to be held at the flower arrangement authority ~en to all. Mrs. Fred McDonald, tickets; mish Valley Pioneers Associa- trols so that when P ayin~ -- "ear ,Empire Theatre, with registra, and author, will be featured on served at Mrs. H. G. Foster, ribbons and tion. Mr. Prather is survived by s0uare dance music the voic~ [neo~ti~ 48 of the state game ltion beginning at 9:30 standard the afternoon program begin- awards; Mrs. F. G. Verd, public- his widow, Bessie; four sons, El. of the caller can be amplified come'maizes it unlawful for bird[time. The city has issued free ning at 1:30. Mr. Starker will ity; Mrs. Mac Pautzke, clerks; parking permits as a special demonstrate and lecture on flow-