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June 4, 1953

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i ii No. 6 Arlington, Wash., Thursday, June 4, 1953 Consolidated with Arlington Chronicle April 3, HeldOn Remodel Front At [Scholorships S. 10 , :h"t B" 'r . u.,.. ,! Day Peterson Clothes Shop I,,, . .-. . ,. ,-. . Ill q A I p V 7 IVWTI I I|IL II:D II Ull by Veterans organ- A face-lifting job is in progress ~OI']OT] ~yt~ I~,,~rC~C~UC~TH"Ig ~.,~erllors In making the arrest of two shal Parker, who was male defe-d&m- Other members of the[ ment ~ juri~g the summer, including~The conterence is one o~ a series . g. n ~ u , . , ,~f ,-r......~ , ..a.,~ ~ILt . ha* | a~AA O~ I 12'30-4'00 n m---Swimmingat fishin~ nM~ h ......... a~ .~ }to be held bv the comnanv offi-[ Wlth the First Marine Aircraft Pendleton against a large Invad- ..... l ets I)lln{! - -" "~ "- " " - ....... ,a a~, ' |oi~ ~,~n ........ i~nr~ d si~,ne~ tolWmg m Korea --Marine S lng force which tried to retake all "~D--........-.--~ q~ baKe ~ooclwln. aaraue ano a Iie,u u,~x ........... ~, ....... e o .~ , . . ..... = ~[ -- , ~----~" - - -" ~ ..... +.. ~...** .... a...s.anain,, of~Lleutenant ivan L watts zz otlarea it supposedlll lost U~ IUIIIUk~:7 U~Lt~I UlIU~a t U ~ Melvin M. Bergevin, of Marys- ~ p , " ' ' . " I NE5 [ville, chairman of Snohomish Civil Defense Hl hwav Contract i .o company s plans and object-[A:01ngtn,~ Wash-.~t~eentl~i wa~l, S. Sgt. Pa~ke~,22, ~ theson o~ ~?arden _Club_ will]County White_Cane .drive, and]n- _ I n _]_.__ , _. .. I ,,= ................... [the fourth Air Medal "for meri-lArlington ~aw service in Korea ~rX,:6u p;m., m the]Bill J~ru.moaugn. pres!aent m me]rersonne| ~eames t,e[ on ~ j -3nrougn our .,~uu e)nP~Ur~,~]torious acts while' participating[with the l~/arines He is married cn parlors I Association oI me l~lincl, or bno-i " lanct their iamlnes, states w~. ./b~ aerial fli~,~ o,~.,~t the ,~.,a I.-a ....... ~a^d .~ ~..~ ,,,.,,&~,,~ ard will speak on[ ~mmish County, were in Arling-II~^, ~^,] A|^-i~ William A. Bugge, Director oflM. Northington, district mana~,er, l_v,, " ...... 1 ............ -~! lt~u z~tl~[-L , m rraner ~ourt uceansme, t:allz a special request forlton Wednesday, and report that[ Highways for the Washington[ we hope to convey to our sub-/ "iTt Wa-- ,.u..t ,. th thai ' " s. of roses, iris, peon-IS40.86 was turned in by Arling-I The Arlington CivilDefense .......... I~eribers and the public general-/,,r~"~th~ttl~,~ ~,~1~.,-.~'~'~ t~[ "s ~tate Highway i~ommlsslon, an o~ ~ ,, ~ ~ , ' choice. Iron in the White Cane drive. They group are preparing for the prac- "[ ly some idea of what has been/ F'/'r~-~I"arin; ~i~or;~t"Wm'~ "in v ..... nounced .................... _0uld hke a big at-lwlsh to express their apprecla- ttice Red Alert that will occur today that he had]accomplished, and the dlfflcultms[w .... h ...... ~,~,~n ~n ,~,~,~ta~;~'~;l~O V~|~;~ ! members to get[tion to the Lions Club and citi-!some time on Saturday June 20. awarded another contract forlthat confront us during such a['.,*.,"~.*'~,;~,~z',~;~'~"~':.~.~"~l . ~ .. t"1 U ne district garden] zens of the community for their This alert will be statewide, and ~mprovement of highways in[ period as the present" [}'i're'Jas%x;Gg ' r~verett at. t,oue~e --. ' |support ]its main purpose as announced ~ing and Snohomish counties.! o--------------- / A formerS'st-hen* -* Everett[ ...... ~- ' yne r ' - uu t at t~arol YUnK, grauuate oI Ar- D p o ect for draining rad " ~ Iby Admiral Barbey,.State C. " i-- - J~ " ...... " gj'- "10 !~! [Junior College, Everett, Wash.,llington High School, will be ~}f;ll ~,,~ ~ f"~,~.-.....~..~$,*.~... Ineaa, ,s .to test .Clv,l ~e,ense m~n..,~unay:ng^ w~[n .right o:~:l~ons m norway [he enlisted in the Marine CorPslamong the seventy.five young ~' III !,~ U %,.,IJlUllU##U## measures In strategm centers anu .... ~ .~,~a~.e_ ueat,,t~,~,_^~+,[.uI~a ~ a "'~'~* ]in April, 1952 and was stationedlpeople to be presented with ~- - Im~.t~s,v~es"~ ............ ~o~g'&a~ou~[~ m~e~'~lr'lan l~raer rlcm at E1 Toro Marine Corps Air Sta-[grees of Associate in Arts and . ~ I I A I At me same rime ~:lvn uezense "~ 'tion Santa Ana Calif rior to'- " No 1 in the vieinit of Richmond . ..... p sciences at the eleventh annual rlotnn t ~"~D']$:~ IIIIV II Iorganlzatmnsthroughout the Y [ The regular business meeting] .... v--se ............ ] .... ..... ~.~-v.. ~,v ~ '" ] -- Hei hts to c . nls o er ~t~ et~lgnment. ~verett Junior ~Ollege tom- ~tate will co-ordinate their test g . Broadway utoff was]of Evergreen Lodge, will be held] ~Ji~ wlfo Mnrnv,~ uvo~ nn R i ........ , ..... .~.. ,.. ,... ~...,.~ ' awaraed t " a ......... ' ....... ~ ............ .......~...~..~ ~......,.v,,~ ~o ~,~ ,,~.,~ queen contests and one.half century in age ~ 501Red Alertwlth that of the state, o Assocmted S nd andiFnday, June 5 at 8:15 p. m. Plans[a Arlincctnn %V~h[in ~vav,tt'~ ~h,lr, ^,,,~,..{,.,~ tUeen contests, but years, that is. Each ca4adidate, In Arlington incidents will be Gravels Company and Western[are being made for the Borderl ............... ~ [~;~ednes~l~avev~'~'~..~ .----.~, ~....~"~'~"~'~......; ar~y queen contests will be sponsored by an organi.lsimulated and sealed orders will .~pnalt Companv of Everett, iPicnie at the Peace Arch atI..^^DWILL p.,- .... I-~ ................... " Ar" " v ..... ' " Washin ton and S attle Wash " ~vv *~a~ua" uegree m awarue(1 ior me eom- hngton will ha e zatlon w~th no hmlt to the num- be msued prior to the alert, to be g e , .,IBlame to be held Sunday July[.-~iDAY "UNE "~ I ................ for ' l'gt J a~ pll2UOll Ol twO IUll years oz COl- qg July 3-4 celebra- ber of contestants The queen carried out during the test pe- $613 312.55. 12 All the Sons of Norway C'~odwill "--' ..... :~- :- ~--~'edul ....................... , i- " ............ I ~JU J.IIUU~t[I~ l~ ~C~t "[ le/~e ~tuuy anu tne IUlilllment OI selected rind a ~oa es m wasmn ton ana ~rlt . . and her court will be . A G - . g . .g . . " ed to make pickup of household spdcific requirements of the col- ~lth the Centennml by popular vote and one of the The Arlington CivilDefense VEILLEUX REMAINS mh Co}umbla will partm~pate, a, .... a~ ~,, ^,,~..,,+ .... ~.~n,.. ~o~.~ , he festival each lffeky voters will be presented Counml is. made up of the fol-, IN CALIF. HOSPITAL IThose who have attended thzs[~,,n,~ 12 ~oo,~rdln~ t,~ Mr~ ~'rank~ w,~t,, ...... u,~. ~,~, ,~......~.. must be at least with a brand new 16-ft. boat lowing: Jack Barney, co.ordma-I According to our latest reportslPmnlc in the past need not be]r4,~Hi~ ln*~l r~n.~~.t~tlw~ J rnonoor~t ........ i,, *.,~ n,- .~-~-'-~ complete with outboard motor tor; Mrs. Katherine Mathews, sec-on the condition ~f A. G. Veill-eux told of the enjoyment in store[-~{~'~'~'~'~"~,'~,"~-t'~'~'r ~,,oh[ c4""~"~,~'"~,'~,.,Y~,'~'~'~'~,.~",~,~,.o'~ "~'~ m Iour and trailer. All orgamzatlons retary; Jack Healy, medical; I Arhngton businessman, who was[for them. i~trk un h~ tol~,~hn.or] tn h~r nt[T~a~ nd candidates ar ur ed to con- Hunter welfare Bill Ba le o-, in'ured " " " , ' " ..... " ...... " .................... ,a e g , , g Y, P ] in an automobile accl-I Evergreen Lodges candldate[9~ I tact General Chairman C. W. lice and firemen; Jens Jensen, dent near Woodland, Calif, last[for queen of the Dicnic will beJ"~'nv tvn~ nf Am,~--x---,a ;+^-~[ --.- ,~ p" ............... ........ . ....... ' Bill Fowler as soon as puss ble. glneerl____.__._._o g" I week, he is now in Mills Memor- [ Sonja Wangsmo daughter of Mr especially clothing, can be given ]Mountain Loo ~at~ or tune,tuna that Parade Chairman Dan I I~ , , " .,] lit is necessary that clothingl Lund ial Hos ltal San Mateo Cahf and Mrs Paul Wangsmo not P .la nature..^u stated this Week that there is ~,~,n~,~,~ ~e,~,--nl.]and it i~ thought he will remainl [be cleaned since~Goodwill one~'lD~--~ |- g'~ .... ~,fe~,J~ enarg~a;,,~ still plenty of room for more en- a~lamlsa~ a~oa~;aaLi there for at least a month.[ MANY PICKERS Jates its own la-ndrv and ~rvlI%U~U |l} ~p~ll ~. "~'l~Tc~aar"~"w'tl"{'~ tries in the Grand Parade to be ~o ,~I. V~n~.,,,~,~ j He suffered a crushed pelvis t NEEDED IN [cleaning shop -- " - "[ The Mountain Loop Road has ' minimum of $1.00 held Saturday July 4th, and in- ui~o cu. ~aam~.~u~l i o----------- I BERR~ FIELDS I n I houri nnon~d frnr~ R~rl~w P~,~,~ Friday June 5th, forms all organlzatmns, indus- Word was received by Mr and T IN {~RANDDAUGHTERS I As the strawberry horv~t VISIT FLOWER SHOW to Darrin ton, accordin to an- " ....... ~ " OR g g Penney store. Vis- tries, businesses, and Individuals Mrs. Leonard Hayden on Wed- F THE C. W. HILLS I ,~a~ approaches the grow- [ Mrs. Jess Cohoon attended the~ nouncement by the Monte Cristo to contact nim as soon as pos- nesday of the death of Kathleen Twin daughters were born to| ers m~ showing some com. t Japanese flower show in Seattle!Ranger District. ~----= sible. Fletcher daughter of Frank Mr. and Mrs. Wm. F. Cox on Sun-[ cem ~aout experience! anti[this week-end. She was accom-t Construction work from about ~ m new ~ryant With the schedule already in- Dempsey Arlington pioneer' day, May 31 at Santa~.Kbsa, Calif.[ dt~l~a~ale help, Moray hc~e Ipanied by two ladies from Ana-1t miles -above Verlot to Red every ~aturaay n's , ........... ,. cluding two parades, childre Mrs Fietcher s home was at Mrs. Cox is the daughter (Vir-[ adve~tlNm~a~ in The Ttm~ I cortes, l~i~s. Parker and Mrs.t~rtridge leaves the road rough for " games, professional~ wrestling, Oltver, B.C. She diedl~ Sunday, ginia) of Mr. and Mrs C. W.[ clamllfied Wmat,~! ~cttota. ]Pumerlo. The show was held atl~a few fairly short stretches, the pavement dancing, water fights, May 31st, in a Vancouver ho~pi. Hill, of Arlington I It i~ exl~et~! that the ho~- Ithe Cullenfield House Mrs. Co,[report states The road has been ~het~s O~tch~t~a and a carnival---the Arlington tal, following a long illness. The babies have been namedl vest will l~jin next w~k Ihoon received a blue ribbon on'o~ened but not ~raded from Per- cing pleasure ev- Legionnaires are working hard to She was a cousin of Mr. Hay- Suzanne and Luanne, according[ and will probably he at Its ]her arrangement 'in the Japan- r~" Creek around to Darringion. ~d Saturday night bring Arlington the best cele- den Mr. Dempsey being Leon- to the proud announcement by[ hei~htthetwoo:th~weel~ ,[ese manner at the Everett Gar. The Monte Cristo spur road is Tavern, Silvana. bration seen ~!n her history. ~.rd's uncle. Grandpa Chuck Hill. 1 tollowiag. ~den Club flower show in May. i closed at Barlow Pass 0