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PAGE FOUR THE ARLD 'GTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASItINGTON, THURS., MAY 10, 1951 Arlington i imes Successor to THE HALLEB CITY TIMES ~bscription Price $2.50 Per Year; $3.00 Per Year Outside Snoho- U~l~h County Issued every Thursday. Published at Arlington, Washington, by THE ARLINGTON PRINTING CO. J. C. CARPENTER -- FRANK MARSH J. C. CARPENTER ......... Editor & Mgr__ Vol. LXIV. Thursday, May ]0, 195]. No. 2 ~tered as 2nd-Class matter, in the Post Office at Arlington, Wash- ~n, under the act of March 3, 1879. Western Washin don Red Cedar, one of the most valuable species of trees comprising the forests which avered the western slopes of the Cascades, contributed largely to the development of the State of Washington. A half century or more ago in the hey-day of the red cedar shingle, the swaggering shingle weaver was the elete of labor in the tinlber harvesting industry. Through his skill and speed he earned a fabulous wage compared to other workmen. He sported tile bell- bottom trousers, and prosperity followed his footsteps for he was a free spender. And so the cedar crop was harvested. But once again Red Cedar is to the fore, and at every crossroads a cedar O hake mill can be found. Cedar stumps, left by the log- gers of the early days, have been cut down and made into shake boards; cedar snags are at a premium, and even cedar logs long buried in swamps are being dug out, for the sawn and tapered shakes made of Western Washing- ton Red Cedar are in great demand for roofing for the nany modern houses that are being built, from Washing- ton to California. The cedar shake, indeed, is recognized as one of the best roofing materials, and again there is Time to Return Arlington F.F.A. ES [ Steelhead Cards Holds Spring Show THE MOV! Seattle, May 8 --- The State On Friday, May 4, the Arling- "Never a Dull Moment," to be Game Department again re-ton F.F.A. held their annual ~hown on Thursday Friday, and mends all fishermen that steel- Spring Show. It was held in two .... '. . head punchcards must be turned large ~ln back of the high ;::u:::Yen~i;lel fp~vlde fine fun in by May 10. school. The following livestock ' "ty. It is tne Cards should be mailed or was exhibited: Twelve Guern-;story of a successful songwrit- taken to the State Game Depart- seys, six Jerseys, seven Hol- i er who marries a widowed cow- ment 509 Fairview Ave North stems, one Herezora an(] zour ..... " --" .... " -' ho"s In the --oultr" division ooy With two small daughters ~ea[ue ~, or to me nearest sport- ~ ~, ~ ..... ing goods store .there were 25 chickens of va- ana wno.nnany manages to ad- " ...... I rious breeds and also nine rab- lust to life in a western ranch The law reqmres an nsnermen It is li nt ne " " to ~,,~t th,~ir ,.~a ~,~ h,,t th] ie~'tiblts" The judging was done by g. - artea comeay wmcn ~, ............................... moves "-leasantl thr - the ,mlv ince-tive ste~h,mdl~ar] hope, county agent. Don p y ougn amus- -.~ j ALl. ~. ala%. " S r .... an 1 r h v ..... I Kleln wa awarded fl St prize in. g e s a e[urmng mem .... [ fitting and showing Mr. Weber More ~and better steelhead flsh-t . ~. " W - "- "iac 1 - ing tl~e end resul"t of ]'he ua- ta~O[ Larl eoer Pont oanea a " ....... ]tractor to the chapter for a trac- comamea In the caras, is an] .... . .... avan r~nva ,r~r~mnaliina fnvr,a ]]or arlvlng contest, wnlcfl was ................ v ..... ~, ...... wo b D 1 tr n y a ton Gen y.--Report- It is especially important that er, Gene Eckberg the steell~ead punchcardsbe o" turned in this year as it marks In Arlington . Phone 1344 the fourth year since they have been in effect, the year which also completes the first cycle of steelhead since the beginning of the card system. The data obtained from those cards has helped the Fishery Management division immeas- Clothes Expertly Cleaned and Pressed at KILLOUGH CLEANERS head program. This year's rec- ords should be a valuable aid in determining the results of the Game Department's work in this urably in expanding its steel-field. We Can Supply Yofir Needs, Phone 493 The Arlington Times ing situations as the well-mean- CLOVER LEAF ing heroine copes awkwardly The 4-H Clover with the new environment, at the home of Mr. "Last of the Bucaneers" is the Sancral~t ;atu :day film scheduled for Sunday andSome of the boys Monday. This is an adventure their calves to the yarn in Technicolor, of the leg- endary exploits of Jean Lafitte, Jersey Show Sa irdl pirate of old New Orleans. The A delicious lunch film takes on comic opera as- by Mrs. Sancrant.-~ peers and will be of little inter- est to most young children, don, Jr., reporter. The double feature will be shown, on Tuesday and Wednes- Times classified day, Pygmy Island concerns sults. Phone 493. the search for a female Army Capt. and her assistants who dis- appeared on Pygmy Island in anADMKI[I'I'(: ][ attempt to find a valuable plant I'~I~Iq~LI~ 0 J| fibre to be used by the govern- Arlin~tonl ment in the manufacture of rope Some good animal pho- Authorized tography is the outstanding fea-la ~t la['lam~|$o~ ture of the film, which is suit- able foe the family. "The Sleeping City" is a de. tective story and a revealing A.F. study of the possibility of "dope" traffic in a city hospital, a de- tective with medical experience, poses as an interne in a large city hospital, solves the murder of a young doctor and exposes a narcotics ring. Materials; Paints & nlshed for those world, Signs--All and PHONE 23 OOOOOO0 OOOOOOOOOOOOOO0 OO010000000000000000 O Darigold, IL Qt, ...... on Columbus, Guar'nt'd OCCIDENT, Family 10-Lb. Bag great activity among the harvesters of Red Cedar.. , New O TWO. FLOW ..R SHOW OCCIDENT, Pancake or Waffle The Greater Seattle Flower Show, held last week in Edmundson Pavilion, was an excellent exhib!tiofi and Lb..... [:1 J% I 4 Lb , oved the art and skill of those who planned II Ilil ii ]1 I!1 " ' It served several purposes: It proved to those sub- Bag urbanites who attended, that city folk, after all, are peG- . ~ 4LB i i pie--They lo e and appreciate beauty. It no doubt re- .... suited in a complete sell-out of all plants and shrubs by a Grade "A" Large Standby, Grapefruit [I Dennison, the various nurseries (we're judging by our own reae- ,a id ! al t ~ . ... -- --- II ------., tin ueh shows are not only entertaining and instrue-I 11 ]i [ ) , lb. [:[][]ii J UIU F.. [[ CA-[, I five, )u't the) serve as inspiration inoividualsand ........... ' ][ ' . E ....... ~, .i .... I I communities to develop attrachve gardens, llll & " 46 0z II 14 Oz "if C~PFIRE GIRLS [PURCHASE BIG DISK XlII:I II II,. I _ Can II I COUNCIL FIRE MAY ~I. [ The Sturgeon Bros,. operating .... v~-a v| ,~ H m ~J. IJOZ ...... ~ [ 'J " " " " "--'~ || " The Notaway Campfire Group] a large farm on Sauk Prairie, ~ldtatl~Tl~lLCou?~,~lnFir~a~2r~l.[ have purchased a new disk, that~llli~l| [[[~i[~ ~ _______.._ ~ , ' a h lrl to k art in the is somewhat of an innovation Wonderfood Fisher E c g" o p " Itor this country. The dLk was FII,N .... ..-lb ----------,,---- II candle lighting ceremony in the]designed for work on sugar cane ............. = " ..... II presence of meir parents. [fields, and weighs two tons. It is ~= .-- ., a..a hmal|auq, |l UI%=M|| mrs. matthew s, our group]pulled by a D-7 cat. There are Pl HIIrl ill I I lilt S & W " |llgl lllllOIIUll, II, nl.lMI/ sponsor, awaraea many nonorl two sections of disks, one follow- I[IlNrill I I tIM " " II lllq~l II/ beads to, the girls for honors[ing the other and set to cut in tJtL.JlnJ ulrl I, I I! . . ID. 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C a,n ~' ~ mmm,. nm~uu m~Hn nmian .R~0B~RB , , , ,2 ,-~,. 1~ ~ _~ _.I_"_ ~~~~________~~__.____~ il~~~ ~ I~~~~= " - " " ~ DISTINGUISHED CAL,FOP, a~A,ORAN6ES,,,,'.',..__rrESHAFTER 6c ~lareaain~ ~,~:x 21 Ind,catmns of your own good taste the correct 1 ~ il nessi smartness of invitations =:d to you: [NEW POTATOES nm m Lb. 4~ il I II I RADISHES, , , ,3 ,oo. 7 ' //I I I I I I1 TM !1 !! Call 493 I FIRM AND RED RIPE " ~ k -- ~ i ~ i~~III1~ 'I u . _ . . I TOMATOES, , , ,0or,o,, 25 I The Arlington Prlntln (3o. I ,,i- effective Friday ond Saturdoryo Mo / 11 and 12. 1951. Pri effective in Arlin tO" ARLINGTON, WASH | , Vernon. Every item guaranteed. No sales to dealers. We reserve the right to limit, ' " i OOOOOOOOOOOOOO0 OOOOOOOOOOOO0