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¢ XO. :J (-*) Arlinalon, Wash., Thursday, May 14,'1.)o,). Consolidated with Arlington Chronicle April 3, 191 ., Heads Club of the A, rling- held last Mon- at the basement of church, Mrs. Mar- 32tm McLeod Avenue, president of the club 53-54. Other officers Mrs. Leo McCol- ; Mrs. Gil- secretary, and Mrs. treasurer. Mrs. Jess for the nomin- who named the they being elect- Lp. ng was conducted by Mac Pautzke, who Jerry Kluin as the Who talked about the ation of acid lov- and azaleas }lants that were dis- First, Mr. Kluin some of the main failure of these and remain heal- these reasons are alkaline soil, cit: contains lime eaves which supply and plant- the house where: 'tOme from the mason- • and care of is comparatively A LANDMARK on Arlington's main street since pioneer uays, the ranks of the Piopeer Maples have gradually dwindled, as business has crowd :d them out. Today they are threatened because their root system requires more room, and they are bursting out concrete curbs and raising side- walks. The recent settlement of a damage,-~laim because of a faulty sidewalk, has caused some to demand the removal of the trees. Times photo. plant is placed in soil. They require ° ' " -" "Lakewooa Band '. hours of sunh'ght Joyce Brose Arhngton s Can&date . erably not the mid- [~..~ ~,~,l- d should be in a r" I- t~ ~ ~ r" • ~ [ ~Vaaas~ ~.~a-,,,~st 'dotP°rSiti?2rd° ho°o~s for r.vergreen orate r'alr ueen ]Tuesday, May 19 Used in cultivation, one should use a hand cultivator so roots of the plant will A dressing of (4-6-8) worked in- i.n February gnd a in the fall completes the plants. of these plants )lished by graft- (which takes a Years), and seedlings. ia also discussed the ropogation of camelias. ayes in the plant are ~ed by lime in mason Le foundation• Use peat ake the soil acid again, ~auch easier and more job than a chemical Son work in the found- Ie plant• Use peat moss ae soil acid again, it easier and more ]oh than a chemical I'o take cuttings from one must be sure to cut ' growth• These cutt- be taken in May, be 2~,2 to 3 inches leaves should re- cutting for best re- the question period ,ers, the roll call was e poem, Guerdons r" was read by Mrs. :a. The minutes of meeting were read by the acting sec- Bagley, and the was given. JOYCE PROSE Arlington's Candidate The Lakewood ,band spring concert will be held at the Lake- wood school May 19, at 8 o'clocki under the direction of Miss Hawkins. The program will consist of the following numbers: "Gradu- ation"; "The Dancers"; "Betty's Waltz," trumpet solo by Art Clark; "Sailing"; "Till I Waltz Again with You," trumpet solo, Pub Albin; "Cielito Lindo," alto horn solo,, ,Nancy Raymond; for "Pomposity '; Intermezzo"; "The Dancer," cornet solo Bob Reed; • 'Crusaders Hymn,'" brass sex- Queen ~ set, Bob Johnson, David Prose, Ronald Chism, Miss Hawkins, of ~ Bucky Hasko, Larry Wierman; "Invitation to the Dance"; "Un- t aer tile Double Eagle," clarinet Evergreen : solo, Elaine Olson; 'Faith of Our Fathe~;'s and "Gypsy. Dance State ,Song, woodwind quartet, Carol ~Danard, Rutr~ Elsha~g, Elaine !Otson, Miss Hawkins~',"~olitude"; "Love's Old Sweet Song," clarinet i~olo, Ruth Elshaug; "March of i ~he Marines"; "Promotion." ! The band personnel consists of: Student directors, Helen Ray- mond, Lenora Wilkins; clarinets ,clair ~ ~ - r tel !Alan Prose, Elaine Olson Carol . .-- mr ~en day. s, appea on_ "tDanard Rena Webb, Rut'h Els- evlslon ann receive various omerlh~,,. = .... ~ .... A.,~ ,v.,. ,,v,..,.o, ~.p,~,, ,,.:. ,~.,,~ ~..,~ , ~ 'man; cornets and trumpets, Bob by the Fair committee. lents and faculty as the Arling- ton candidate for Queen of the Evergreen State Fair. Miss Prose graduates with this year's Senior clas~, and is the ~lass salutatorian. Stedman reporteShe has been one of the featur- of the park com-I ~a singers in the school music summer care of the department presentations during was discussed• Pc- her high school years, and has be planted in thelbeen awarded a scholarship by the daffodils are. the music department of the Asking for a supply of 400 gal. lons of water per minute during the months of June. July and August, the Glacier Cold Storage Co. gave the City Fathers some- thing to ponder at Monday night's council session. The com- pany suggested that plans be made. if possible, to enter into a contract with the company for this amount of water, with ales. ser amount of about 100 gallons per minute during the balance of the year. The request w~s made by let- ter signed by Arnie T. Lervick, president bf the Cold Storage company, which is presently erecting a large plant, which in- eludes the former Dairymen's Association eondensery. Mr. Lervick's letter, in part, is as follows: "The gal]onage will fluctuate some, depending on the tonnage wd are freezing, but we feel 400 gallons per minute from you will be the minimum we can op- erate on. "During the rest of the year we will probably require 100 gallons per minute." Mr. Lervick also stated that "at Stanwood the Twin City Foods is able to cut water costs to a mini- mum by using all water at least twice, but at present this is im- possible to do at Arlington, and will remain impossible until such time as it is feasible to have a Plan to spend 'your July 4th val in this part of the country holiday in Arlington• That's the and runs an excellent show. There will be plenty of enter- advice of the day making the tainment for the kids, too. Ed rounds of the town these days as the American Legion's program begins to take shape. C. W. "Bill" Fowler, General Chairman, and his various committees are hard at work formulating the best cel- ebration ever held in Arlington. Dan Lurid, parade chairman, announced this week that the grand parade will be held on the afternoon of July 4th. Several or- ganizations are already making plans for their entries in the big parade• Those interested in en- tering the parade are urged to contact Lurid as soon as possible. A10'Brien; carnival chairman, reports that all arrangements have been concluded for bring- Wellman, children's chairman, states that not only will the~re be a children's parade, but there will be lots of games and con- tests for kids of all ages. Fowler also reports that the Legion plans to have a big pave- ment dar~ce during one night of the festivities. He further reports that members of the committee have been discussing the advis- ability of holding a log bucking contest. Members of the Legion committees agreed that the queen of the celebration should be chosen by some other means than selling tickets• All in all---it will be a "hot time in the old town" during the ing the Western Shows carnival i long week-end and everybody is to Arlington for every day of the being urged to stay off the high- celebration. O'Brien pointed out ways and spend a safe and sane that Western is th_ e fin___eest ._ca rni-- July 4th i__.. n Arlington___.._.....__..._L_. ____.__ Winkes Hardware Clothes Shop To Hold Another ILooted by Robbers Fishing Contest I Some time Friday night or Saturday morning thieves loot- s,edl Peterson Clothes Shop of con- Everett Winkes of Wink e I siderable merchandise, accord- Hardware states that there was'. considerable interest displayed]lUg to proprietor Don Meier, who called Marshal Bagley to investi- in the opening' day fishing con-Igate. test staged last month, which/ Missing were 11 men's suits, was won by Frank Donner withI a number of sport shirts, 15 Run- son lighters, a barometer, an un- a nice Rainbow caught in Crab-Iknown number of pipes, half a apple Lake, and as a result heldozen dress shirts, 12 pairs of has decided to offer prizes for the socks, a large size Samsonite biggest trout caught on opening,I suitcase, and another heavy suit- or during the first two weeks af- case; also $20 in cash from the till, and a h~rge assortment of ter the opening of the streamlhandkerchiefs" complete processing operation ill conjunction with our present freezing and storage facilities." Anticipating that such a re~ quest would be forthcoming, Chairman Clarence Hfinsen o~ the water department, has taken some preliminary actions to pro- vide himself and the council with information as to the prob- lems presented. An hydraulics engineer, Mr. Harstad, has been consulted, and it is expected he will be her~ Thursday to go over the situation with the councilmen and the plant officials. Pumping Facilities While present pumping facili- ties are adequate to provide the ordinary water demands of the town and the Glacier company. it is felt that for a good safety margin, an additional standby pump should be installed to ~- sure continuous service in event of failure of present facilities. According to the pumping rec- ords kept at the filter plant bY Supt. Paul Van Horn, May was the biggest pumping day an far this month, the pumps run- ning 6 hours and producing at the rate of 45,000 gallons per hour. During the summer season, when residents are sprinkling lawns the pumping runs up to 12 hours per day. It has been tl~ policy of the city to encourage sprinkling of lawns, by putting into effect lower rates from May 17 to Sept. 17. Since the storage capacity ha the city's reservoir is only 180,- 000 gallons, it is felt that there is not sufficient margin of safety with present facilities, and either a new reservoir or new puml~ should be installed. Another pump at the river well and an additional pump at the filter plant, it is felt, will an- swer the problem at this time. It is also pointed out by Mr. Hansen that on several occasions the automatic switches which start the pumps when the water levelsAn the reservoir and filter plant drop to a certain point, have failed, resulting in danger- ously low water before being dis- covered, it is felt that to insure absolutely dependable service, it may be necessary to have con- stant attendance at the pumping plant at least during the summer season. ----------------O No Burning, Council Decrees Among other problems given the city council at last Monday night's session was that of call- ing a halt to the practice of burn- ing paper and boxes within the fire limits. This practicewas ban- ned by ordinance several yemm ago, when the garbage ordinant~ was adopte~ bu~ it has not been strictly enforced. Instructions were issued to the police department Monday night to put a stop to the practice. The fire limits include that area north of Maple street to Division, and between the alley west of and the lawn s ra Western Washington College of ....... P Y" .... ~ ...... olympic avenue on rne west. and . E(mcanon. ~ne srar~eo her musl~ McLeod avenue on thd east. 'mngmn,~ .......... t~man wasettuchti°n, at the age of 12, taking Complaint havln" g been made a ~,~tt~. ~ond by theplan° lessons. She attended to the council about odors from o~ ......... ederated grad~ school at Lakewood ' the barn on the ro ert east ~f m the Fe • I P P Y s. They are starting Joyce's ambition is to teach '1 the High School, at the April :o clean up the high- music, and since she has already meeting an investigation was and nicnic sDotsiWon a $100 scholarship in W.W. II [made by Health Officer Dr. O. G. hi-hway Arlington C. E. music department winning Hazel on the Darrin-ton road manager of the Blue Bird Care, is in a celebration A good pro- I Kesling and Attorney J. P. Math- ~was urged to helpiof the fair scholarship would oe ~ ~Ab~eb l'~n~-~,~ I The meeting was attended by fltt,mg.up a sp.eclaldlnlng Ioomlgram )vdl be held and fheiews.. ....... :mpai~n by a concert- a olg help reward her. goal. ,a-~t ~va~;ux~uaot ~.,aaua~,aa~ Io ~,,~ ...... n ,~, t~v=n ~*,~ 0~ ann Will na~. e it reaoy to accom-iDaugh~ers ot t~orway Will serve uaseo oN their reporm, me of nublic information The winner of the Evergreen • ...... ~. ^;..¢hu.~ ..... [n.,,.~,-......~ ,u.. r. ..... ~,, un~.~., modate the club members Ylhlnch in the dining hall. It lS,,councll ordered that steps be ,State F ire t • , ..,,,.~,~.¢,.o----,~,-,, ,-.~.~- ~.~,~y ~,. u,= ,_..,~,,s~ o..u.,s. • i r '.are on the part of all a Qu en con est will re-~.......~e ....... ,,,~n n,,.h,, thel .. " ....... Tuesday. l open to the pubhc and a large taken to cur ect the nuisance, [ the club when tra- eeive a $100 scholarship in any ~::~-=~,~,,~,~, ~,~,~,s ~-;~;~'t[. rreceolng me business meet- Dinner will be ~erved at noon crowd is anticinated. There willland that immediate action be • • ,,,o,,,,,,- ~=~,~ ,~ u,.. ,~,o. In a ro ram o~ music was • - I college of her choice in the state ..... : ........ I g P g ---~ *he business session wllDbe a dance taken to close an open well on e wll" " ~v~ernoals~ ~nurcn bunaay MayI given by students of the Dar ...... [ • ' e ....... be Sh 1 be a guest at the Scathe .^ .. ~,_ "- ' - :" ...... , " tollow immediately [ Evergreen Lodge No 54 will,the property, which is consider- unvemlon w~n : .... ,~o, tvlrs, ineo. ~rounty retlrllt~,rington schools • I~._,~ .... :~, ~-:.~-.....".... ~; ,~n .~vt.,~m,~., da ,,ero s as el n,, ~ .... ~ ~7 and,]~Nehino [|~atehv I.., o~ll~,~_., e .... ;.,.. ;..o,~u,~n theI The Chamber also eeelved a[ ..... [15, in the Lodge hall when two,children play in the nmghbor. e~:,;f~"~---:-='-& beJ ....... ~ a.,~a~,j I '..'k.~,"..~:2~"o ~'~'~.~' .':'~'n~,~ear J resolution asking the change o~I I(rhno l cnhcnn I couples will be honored on their'~ hood. -.,.~ eonv=.~.u- ---- auI ~.,UU ~.UUt .a,.o...,u.,..o .=.j=ou. e, ......... ,, • • • -- • i 1o ' ~ • ley Pass It will receive eonsld- They are Mr and Mrs Hlldor Ugh ls to act as al-I_ . ]Mrs E E Rosenbach vlce-pres- ..... I~l~ted Presndent I ,u.. ~..u.~^n.~.. n ra ~ 4 ~ ~ .~ ". % ; =" ....... ' _ n eration at me ~une meeting = a.~ ,~, n Wliason and Mr and Mrs Merrill t audio. ~uaa~ a~ ~.~li~aa loent" Mrs. t'. ~. ~lngarson, see- • .... . ~ -- ...... IDeglns lvlav II . [ ..... :'. ......."~'-^l -unterI The next meeting of the or-It .. I'!' 11 ". [Peterson. Members and fnendsl~ q~ ~ • -west District J~lower ~, -- l'et¢:l.fy, ~"~ .......... ' ..... ue rRers " " b ........ J he Thir~ annual Cub ..... Itreasurer" Mrs Nan Buyer sec.,ganlzatlon will be at Snohomlsh,le.veretI un rw [are invited, laon Ion Lale net(1 in ~:verett on .- . u : . ocum , . . , , ~ . • • d 14 Members of thejFlshlng derby will begin Mon- retary of promotion, chlldrensla.t whlc.h tlme. there a] Erling T Jacobson, Lakewood} .... o------------ [ Mrs. Mary Fulfs has leased ged ~o brin~ arrange-[ daY, May 17, according to am]work and supply work; Mrs. Leo]alscus.mon. on m.eposmpnmes Or[resident and Lutheran Brother-I| |_e~ ,~i~| [the Bon Ton Cafe from Mrs. Vto- oft" o ' " -to nouneement by the committe~ in[MeCollough secretary of Christ- consolidating t n e. Alaereres~ ..... :~ resenta ~v~v ... .... v. , ...................... leulture exhibits [ . . - , ..... . .... ,o~_~.~_;.-. .;.x. other_i.~.ParlnOou t.~e insurance p "1--, • .... • t~a wmey anu w~u. reopen ~ne sh,,,., Icharge and It will-run until Aug.lian social relations; l~lrs. ~ranKioan`tu,,um w,tn ~ "'' Itive for this area has recentlvlU,----,- It/1... 1"7 lestablisnment on ~aturuay May Wa-""'- ....... J31. ' JHollis, secretary of local church!state institutions. [been elected to serve as pres~-[[|qi~lilt" lV|d.~ £1 ]16 ' - U~ read row}rag wer[ Prizes will be awarded for all]activities; Mrs. A. O. Quall, sec-] Jack Bennett of Lynwood was!dent of the Everett Life Under-[ The Oso P -T A School picnic[ ;rhe Cafe has been closed since Qapper!,~ i~on [classes of fresh-water and sal~retarv of missions and spiritual!re-elected president of the bodY!writers association during the!will be held'on'Sunday May 17./last December he Y2Nirn:tl~ a m to]water fish caught in lega[~ife: "Mrs. E. W. Super, secretary~for another year• !coming year Elected' to serve If the clay is clear the picnic willi Mrs. Fulfs is well known in • • [waters. ]of student work; Mrs. Dale Price,. -------------o [with Jacobson were Art Larson lbe held at the Doris Marshall]Arlington. She has been employ- t~ ..... / To be eligible for prizes, fisl~l~ecretary of youth work; Mrsd ........... ~ ......... IN Y Life as vice-President andlplace and if rainy, it will be atled at several restaurants in Arl- • ,,g was aolourneu r t r hter J,'~.t..~U~JL.l~J~ A¥=-~-DWU~TI-I - in ...... Jmust be weighed in at the Sup-lLouis Kraetz, see ea y of " - JSterl'ing Gilmore. North Ameri-tthe school, i" gton at various times and is ,~was served o y ~virS.lerior Sea Foods store. Prizes willlature; Mrs. James Walker, sun-ISUC~UMBS TO ILLN~'SS [can Life&Casua,ty, as secretary- Coffee and ice cream will be experienced in the restaurant lggs aria Mrs ~wan ~ I • "!Be on displav later, shine secretary; Mrs. Theoq ~ .....~.,~ A, ~ ....... th V .... !treasurer. I furniohed by the committee. ,business. "---o------------ [ ....................... ~.^.l ~ ........... ~... ~.....HedlOld dat~ghter of Mr. and Mrs.[ The E~ere t organization IS af-J ~.__ ]/~IIU IIUtlIIUU tll~L ~I~U LU UtIl~ll l¥11b• DIU~I|L~ aloU lII~t~l ~ ...... """ - -'[ ...... with b th .... ~ '1 " -- O -- " " " " • . . community activities on the reg- the new officers for the W sl y. • ' . .... am Droner at Parish Hall ..... H~n ~reen e e bl0ya Ayleswortn o~ ~renen nllate(l o l:ne s~ate anQ ~rlnkhng rates gO]ular Pack night a change in date an Serviee Guild" Mrs Hazel :~yenue, Arhngton, died early[natlonalunlts. As a professional[ ,lav 17 and Will re-l- - ' .... t .... - .' ~,~;_~ ,-,_ Iweanesoav morning IOllowing a/organlzanon mr llie unaerwrKersl_ , -.- ~-- /. . •, ,!.. v " " has oeen- necessary, ine ~vlay~r~yan, presluent; Anna ~v~ae ~.- . : • r " i e until Sept 17. ~o~ou ,,~,~,~t~ ..... m h,~ ho~rt Thurs. lbourn vice nresident" Frances]hngerlng Illness. [the membe slnp of thenat onal[SUnday, I0 DealCare I'¢ew IMtcnen .............. ~" ............. ' Q ' ~" Y,' [ ] • "" ' exce t She wa Ev assoc~auon eas auuuu da Ma 21st at the Roosevelt Me uesten, secretar •Muriel s born in erett July ..... To celebrate the completion of~been followed In decorating '' Y' Y ' - " '23 1945 " • -- lived "" - wlth |Jll~ ¥~ /Cafeteria at 7:30. The Pack eom-IShultz treasurer; Goldie Mocl%l , , ann nan allner|m. ,, -~= • -- ~ ......... '"astel shades and multP'le re- u ~,~a a new SplCK and span Kitchen P , Y " . /mittee will meet May 18, at 7:301secretary spiritual life; Itethtlife in Arlington.Besidesher/Mardyn Uberkotter [ .... '~' .... dern in ever,, wa,, leessed ceiling lights provide the [' [at the Gene Pierce home, 113 Mc-IAmy, secretary Christian social[paren~s,, sue is survived by ner]., , _ ,,, , ,,, I ..... }' ..... :~ "'.". .... ~ ~"equivalent of daylight. Counter 1 ........ !Lend avenue• Mrs. Brownlow and relations and local church Llnda; two brothers: or. ltonored at U. ot W. I he Altar ~oclety ot The lmmacu- tops are gray marbelized formi- ~v~nnt~y~v~a~e,a~ ~v,~[Mrs Pierce will be hostesses. I ties; Lavonne Quake, secretary of]rls and Glenn, an ar nome;[ . late Conception Church will ca. Double electric stoves have ~a~ la nature. ~n ew~t~/ On Saturday, May 23 Arhngton,mlSslons; Frances Cranmore,[grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ho-/ Nearly 300 University of Wasn:lserve a ham dinner, with all the been installed, as well as double ~o~. fee Is charged, o~]Pack, 29, will be host to otherlsecretary of literature; Dorothy[mer Aylesworth o~ ~nonom~sh,/ington students were honored a~ltrimmings on Sunday, May 17. sink, a refrigerator, utility table, advertised will appea~ t and ~lla q~= ~ .... i~,lll ~[Cub Packs from StillaguamishtRice, sunshine secretary. [ Andrew Lilja of Everett• [the third annual Recognition!from 2 to 6 p.m. The" ladies say' and abundant cupboard space or'a~ni'~a~a~o~ $1.~o !Area, 2 o'clock at the Athletic l Closing prayer by Rev. A. O,] Private funeral services will!Banquet mr ~ne~r wor~ on. cam-!that everything is being done to have been provided. ~='-~---~ ..-'-:- -. -- --:-=. / field. . I Quall. | be held in the chapel bf the Moll! pus committees, at. the unlv, ers)-| make this a complete and sa~tis- The improvement has been /e~ir ~m. uram/~!g~.~,[ Don Armeni, deputy sheriff of! Our Woman's Society of Christ.| Funeral Home. Cremation will]ty of Wasmngton, me UniversitY!lying Sunday dinner, made at considerable expense of ~n_, ~llvana. ~WUSlC|Kin~, county has extended an in-lian Service was honored to have ', fol low at the Viewcrest Abbey !announced t~is weeK. I Most of the work of remodel- time and money, and the ham ancla & Kenny • °. "' • ..... ' ...... .......... ~vltatlon to thirty Cub Scouts oftMrs. Ter]eson elected as dmtrmtIEverett. Instead of flowers,[ Among the group was Manlynling the k~tchen has been done by dinner is being served as an in- ~rya~t Gra~go[ Pack 29 to attend the auto races.Isecretary of youth work at a re-I friends are requested to ,make/ J. Oberkotter, freshman, daugh-Ivolunteer labor on thepart of the augural event, and also to_raise night. UnqThey will be held May 29 at 7:30]cent district meeting in Bremer.~donations to the Childrens Or-[ter of Mr. ~md Mrs. Alvin Ober men and women of the parish, money toward payment ol the | at the Aurora Speedway. itch. thopedic Hospital, Seattle. -kotter, R. 5, Arlington. The latest, modern design has bill.