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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASIJ1NGTON, THURS., MAY 14, 1953. PAGE T EE to Check IAppointments For I1 L,4KEWOOD Sec. Record [West Point . 1! ~lookedat your social/A.d Ann~nnl. / Mr. and Mrs. Calvin McLach ~uru la~ely.~ xou can~-ua~ L-aaa~lav--o ~ len of nnacortes are the parents ~r:account once a year[ Senator Warren. G. Magnuson[of a babv girl born on Sunday, cara,[today announced that he will[Mav 10 ~I~. McLachlan is the ~-.uu~, w mcn can oeI have one appointment each for[dat[~hter of Mr and Mrs Ray ,~any I iela.m.fice or [ne[ the United States Military Acad-[ Lyons Mr anti "Mrs. Lyons vis- ~[*[Y Acimmls[ranon. ]emy and the United States Naval[ ited ai Anacortes on Sunday. ~l~s under the old-agelAcademy for 1954. [ The Fidelity Garden Club will [~,vors 1.nsurance pro:[ Washington youths who will]meet on May 20, at the hall. ] ~.~oclal 5ecurl[y ACtJnot be under 17 years of age or[Hostesses will be Marie Zwicker. i~j t ae recor.a o.t earn:lover 21 years old by July 1, 1954~ Mabel Du Bois and Emma Rapp. ,~u t,o eacn inmviuual[may compete for the appoint-[ Mrs. Erling Thompson and nat s why it is im-lments by writing Senator Mag-ldaughter Carol were ~_eek-end see that your accountlnuson' 127 Senate Office Build-]visitors at the Howard Jensen's. according to D. W.[ing Washington 25, D. C. and in- They motored to Bellingham toI ~itelod- ~epresentative. of dicating a wish to participate inl visit on Sundav. :[~ oociai security office.[examinations to be held in or[ The First Lutheran Ladies' Aid: :~ere are limits to the]near their communities on July[will meet May 21 at 2 p.m. in thel :11 an account may bell3, 1953. The letters should reach[Social hall. The hostesses will bel , You should check your ~ Senator Magnuson before June 8.t Mrs. Einar Olson, Mrs. Bjarne O1- I at least every three Candidates applying to take, son and Mrs. Dean Rowe. All are : survivors insurance'the initial examination will re.~invited. , alne~i your future re- ceive application forms and in-[ A Mothers Day and 4-H pro- [s depend on ~ne formation furnished by the Acad-[gram was held at the First Lu- Your social security a look at it at three years. will hold his atact office for resi- area next Tuesday, the Arlington City Chambers. Contact 10 a.m. to 12 noon. You he, re any artleh not In use, try a ad. Gem Cow N.H. ---A regis- cow, Valley Gem by Valley Gem Wash., has an official Advanced of 11583 pounds 553 pounds of but- daily milking for tatting her record as Cear-old. is the daughter of ng Guernsey sire, that has 14 the Performance American Guern- was supervised by of Washington and to The American Club for ap- PUblication. Aberdeen, Bellingham, Brem- erton, Chehalis, Cheney, Colville, Coulee Dam, Ellensburg, Ephra- ta, Everett, Longview, Mount Vernon, N e w p o r t, Olympia, Omak, Pasco, Port Angeles, Port Townsend Pullman, Raymond, Ritzville, Seattle, Tacoma, Spo- kane, Vancouver, Walla Walla Wenatchee and Yakima. Oso Rain Gauge Registers 41.5 Ins. Chief Weather Observer Fred Jenner, of the Oso district, in- forms The Times that his rain gauge had registered 41.5 inches of rain for 1953, this being as of May 1. His report shows thati~'' rained 19 days in April. The average rainfall around Oso, states Jenner, is around 75 inches per year. He says that in all his years in the Oso district 1952 was the driest he has seen. o In Arlington - Phone 1344 KILLOUGH CLEANERS /or ALTERATIONS lt's Fun To Skate" at SKATELAND ROLLER RINK CALIFORNIA STREET, EVERETT, WASH. Open only Friday and Saturd~ nighls, 8 to II p.m. and SCXturday and Sunday afternoons, 2 to 4 p.m. rates to Scouts, P..T.A., Civic, Church and School groups. For information call Bayview 0102. to Fir-Conway with Mrs. Iver Drivstuen of Silvana on Wednes- day, where they attended a W.M.F. board meeting. Mrs. Driv- stuen is treasurer and Mrs. Swalling, Christian Nurture sec- retary for the North Puget Sound Circuit of W. M. F. Miss Elsie Hanson is confined to her home with the measles. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Crow of Stanwood visited at the George Siegel home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. D. Gemmer at- tended a family reunion held at the home o~.Mrs. Daisy Thomas at Maehias on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Tare and Mrs. Otto Bjorn motored to Mt. Vernon on Saturday to help their brother celebrate his birthday. The Lakewood school will hold an achievement day on Tuesday, May 19th. Parents and friends are invited to visit the different rooms in the afternoon from' 1 to 3:30. A short program and pro- motion exercises will be held in the evening. Each room will take oart. The band will also hold its final spring concert. Sonja Stuller, 14 - year - old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Stuller prepared a delicious din- ner for her mother and her grandmother, Mrs. Kunde. O In Arlington - Phone 1344 KILLOUGH CLEANERS for EXPERT CLEANING O WINKES HARDWARE ~'~em, ','3 Arlington O|lM fRAL~ |~. |6"Tit $ LET THE NEW Activator-Automatic Do All Baby's Laundry! As IIHI. 05 COME IN FOR A FREE DEMONSTRATION TODAY! Makes Baby's Clothes LOOK Clean SMELL Clean FEEL Fluffy-Dry! New G-E Automatic Washer gives baby's and your family's clothes the finest washing--the finest damp- drying. And with G-E Fabri-Flex Control you can suit the washing time to the fabric. Famous G-E Dependability... 1-yr written war- ranty on entire washer, plus addi- tienal 4-yr warranty on Sealed-In Transmission. Phone 643 - Arlington A ho, ,,a oee ,, GENERAL @ ELECTRIC AUTOMATIC WASHERS milk and 48.1 pounds of fat. Oth- er herds in this group included those of Garvik Olsen, East Stan- wood, 26 cows, with a milk aver- age of 1196 pounds and a fat average of 47.3 pounds; John Lovgreen, East Stanwood, 23 cows, with a 957 pounds milk average and 47.1 fat average; LeRoy Hoffman, Marysville, 24 cows, and a milk average of 1263 pounds and a butterfat average of 46.9 pounds. Mr. Sinnema's herd of 60 cows Sather Bros. Herd Snohomish County Leaders in Class Receives Big Check For Month d April From N.P. Railway The herds belonging to Arthur Northern Pacific Railway, one Foye, Monroe, Sather Brothers, of Washington State's largest Silvana, and S. Sinnema, Stan- single property "taxpayers has wood, were leaders in the small, just completed payments " of medium and large groups of the more than one-half of its 1953 Snohomish County Dairy Herd i property tax bill of $2,090,199.271 Improvement Association for the to 30 counties in the State, with month of April. There were,,, 49321 the balance to be distributed on cows in 139 herds tested during~ or before next October 31, ac- the month. These herds averaged cording to Dean H. Eastman, 869 pounds of milk and 35.21vice-president with headquarters pounds of fat. at Seattle. ~ ~ ...... h...a ^~ n ......... I Additional payments of $517,- ae~" 1(~35~ ~"oun~is'o~m~l~kaand[780"47 were made within the z~n ...... nf,,~ ~.~. ,-~,~.. ~.,.a~!State last year for various excise, " ...... " .... occupational and miscellaneous It~ot~e s~na~o~.~truBg:kuP ln~lnU~leoa, ttaxes, bringing the total North- ....... ' ",ern Pacific tex bill in Washing- mmn, ~u cows witn an average}ton to ~960797974 Above and of 1323 pounds of milk and 493 be -" ~" "' -" " " - " yonu brate taxes ~as~man ~U~odSi:f' ~l~t'coRb:r~ 2imlli~Ipo~ntetdhOU~e~eerr~ huge income average of 1299 pounds and aver-I S O t .... . . - ~...~ no o n..,,.~.~o ~. nonomlsn ~ounty recelveo ~s ....... ~, ....... ~. $21,154.58 of the $40,218.81 North- The Sather Brothers herd of 21 ern Pacific property taxes pay- cows averaged 1363 pounds of able to the County this year--and shares proportionately in the previous distributions of excise, occupational and miscellaneous taxes. Nearly nalf of Northern Pa- cific's property tax payments will go for the support of schools. This year $1,001,746 or 47.9% of the total will be distributed for this purpose in the combined April and October payments. One dollar out of every six--a total of $329,166 for the year-- will be allocated to roads and had a milk average of 969 bridges. pounds and a fat average of 48.0 "The railway alone among pounds. Other herds in the large transportation agencies owns division were those of W. S. Re- aod maintainus its own right-of- formatory, Monroe, 56 cows and way and, in addition, pays taxes an average of 1427 pounds of on its right-of-way that often milk and 46.0 pounds of fat help directly competitive forms Christofferson and Van Putten of transportation," Eastman corn- Arlington, with a herd of 42 cows mented in detailing where the which had a milk average of N.P. taxes go. 1205 pounds and a fat average of 44.9 pounds; Stecher Brothers, Everett, with a herd Of 59 cows and a milk" average of 1190 pounds and a butterfat average of 42.6 pbunds. In the individual production classes, based on the lactation period, Mr. Barker had a two- year-old that gave 13772 pounds of milk and 534.4 pounds of fat. The W. S. Reformatory had a 2. year-old that gave 14444 pounds of milk and 524.3 pounds of fat, while Larry Johnston had one '.that gave 9750 pounds of milk and 450 lbs. of fat. In the 3.year-old group, Bob I Klein, Arlington, had a cow that I gave 9000 pounds of milk and 1491.0 pounds of fat. Lloyd Kack- man, Arlington, had one that gave 7950 pounds of milk and 488.0 pounds of fat, and Jack Lane, Snohomish, had one that gave 13899 pounds of milk and 433.8 pounds of butterfat for the lactation. In the four-year-old group, Earle Bailey and Son, Snoho- mish, had one that gave 10430 pounds of milk and .445.0 pounds of fat. Ellingsen Brothers, East Stanwood, had one that gave 11960 pounds of milk and 430.0 pounds of fat, and Frank Bueler, Snohomish, had one that gave 10820 pounds of milk and 421.0 ~:ounds of butterfat. In the five.year.old and older group, Earle Bailey and Son had a cow that gave 16830 pounds of milk and 650.00 pounds 'of fat. The W. S. Reformatory had one that produced 18753 pounds of milk and 647.9 pounds of fat and Albert Steffen and Son, Monroe, had one that gave 14835 pounds of milk and 645.5 pounds of fat. There were 1808 cows in 105 herds tested during the month on the Owner-Sample Plan by the testers of the association.-- Arnold Z. Smith, County Agent. O VICTORIA Mrs. Lynn Danielson, correspondent. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Smih md family were Sunday visitors at the Baldwin home. Marion Baldwin was home for the week. end as her brother, Lt. Baldwin is home on furlough. Also a week-end guest from Victoria,, B. C. was Miss Daphne Syson. The Harry Hansen family were dinner guests Mother's Day of Mr. Hansen's sister and family, the Wagners of Everett, also soending the afternoon with their folks, the Albert Hansens. Mr. ano Mrs. Frank Pigort helped Mike Riker celebrate his birthday Thursday evening, at the home of his parents, the Lloyd Rikers, who ~ow live on the Kaekman road. Mr. anti Mrs. Frank Melhart of East Stanwood were Saturday afternoon coffeeguests of Mr. and Mrs. Pigort. Mrs. Oliver and Mrs. Hodges of Oso were Thursday visitorsof Mrs. Pigort and Mrs. Hansen.I Between rain showers thel Victoria people are busy in the strawberry fields. Stork Shower Friday afternoon, some 25 ladies gathered at the Ray Kap- pell home where a stork shower was given for Mrs. Elmer Schei nnd son David. A social after- noon was spent with a couple games being played, the prizes being won by Mrs. Baldwin. Mrs. Schei was assisted in open: ing her many gifts by her sister, Mrs. Danielson of Arlington. She then thanked her friends for the friendly g,estures of both the shower and cards sh~ re- ceived during her illness dt the hospital. Lunch was served by] the hostesses Mrs. Vernon Schei,] Mrs. Simonseth, Mrs. Kappell,] and Mrs. Clarence Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Danielson and Doris catled at the C. L. Dan- ~ielson home Sunday afternoon. Northern Pacific occupies in thel HI. BAKER OBSERVES economy of the State of Wash-[79TH BIRTHDAY ington, Eastman reported that .......... taxes, payroll and purchases ofI tl~ram uaKer, ~oo ~roaoway, products in Washington last year]observed his 79th birthday anni. ~ere more than $548,000 000.[versary on May 1st The Northern Pacific is one of| ." ". the State's largest employers! Mr. Baker is a pioneer of At- with 8,517 persons on its payroll llington. He has resided in the~ in 1952. Salaries and wages for] oresent home for over forty the year to Washington person-]~ears. ,He makes his home with nel [otaied .$36,828,755.87. Proa. lhis son and daughter-in-law, Mr. uc~s rna~ermis and suppnes]and Mrs B G Baker bought in Washington during[ " " " o "" 1952 by the railway amounted to CARD OF THANKS $8,747,396.07. We wish sincerely to thank our friends for their kind express|ores BLUEJAY BLUEBIRDS i of sympathy and for the beauti- Our group met at the home of ful floral offerings; also Rev. Mrs. Klein. We went on a hike, Brokaw for his comforting rues- and had a little lunch, too. WeIsage, in our recept bereavement had some coolaid and some[in the loss of our dear wife and doughnuts.---Scribe, Loretta Hel- mother, Edna Shaw.---Clarence geland. ]ShaW, Betsey A. DeWick. .... I Let Kill0ugh's help you with your Rugs(9 12)... m' n m m m Priced According to Size The balance of N. P. property tax payn'/ents help maintain va- rious branches of state and local government. Counties will re- ceive $413,405 this year; cities, $167,721; port activities will re- ceive $54,319 and $123,842 will go to support miscellaneous activi- ties of government for the pro- tection and comfort of citizens. Reflecting the important place Phone 1344 - Arlington e Full Course CATHOLIC PARISH HALL Service 2:00-6:00 p.m. ADULTS CHILDREN Third & Lenore ARLINGTON $1.50 .60 SUNDAY, MAY 0, You'll find new International pick- ups with versatile Ad-A-Rak attach- ments three times as handy as con- ventional pickups. (1) The roomy an-steel body with- out Ad-A-Rak attachment can be used for scores of jobs. (2) You can increase floor-to-top-of-body capac- ity by more than 75% with grain- tight sideboards. (3) Yoh can haul livestock and bulky loads with stake attachment added. Come in and let us show you these extra-value pickups. Nine new pickup models W-ton to 8,600-1b. GVW rating, available with 6V2, 8, and 9~foot bodies. Top, with sideboard attachments;center, with both sideboard and stake attachmenls. ARLINGTON, WASH. PRICES Available SAVf:: UP TO $152 Convenient Terms