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VERNON ANACORTES STANWOOD ARLINGTON FRESH WHOLE BODIED WASHINGTON GROWN RIB PORK CHOPS b 40 FOOD !LBERTA, FREESTONE SLICES & HALVES PEAS TE BEETS, CORN, PEAS 99 ,0oz 4/$1 ,0oz 5/$1 ,0oz 6/$1 TOES ,0oz 5/$1 ~N FAMILY TO JUICE 4/$1 'N BEANS'of 6/$1 STEWED TOES 300 TIN 4/$1 VALUES AKERY DONUTS STY JUMBO POWDERED, AND CRUNCH Doz. PIES 89 FRESH, 8" SIZE D, CUBES DELITES SOOPER SCOOP SHURFRESH 69 PKG. 57 GAL. ,0oz 23 PINT _u_ RESH PRODUCE TENDER GREEN PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICT N0~l FOR OUR BIG MAILER" Siivana Fair set August 8 A "better than ever" fair for 1970 is the goal set by this year's Silvana Community Fair Council and August 8 is the date scheduled for the an- nual event. The 1970 council elected the following officers at the April meeting; George Laffin- president; Elmer Husby-vice president; Lela Reese-sec- retary, and Mary Kldd- treasurer. Other council members are Alice Moe, representing Daughters of Norway; Loule Stangeland and Edward Ny- aether, representing P e a c e Lutheran Church; Laffin and Luther Moo, representing Sons of Norway; Martin Danner and Elmer Husby, firemen; Vlvian Roberson and Verda McGuin, Cinder-Elias; Sophie Haarsager and Margaret Brekhus, Progres- sive Homemakers. 4-H lead- ers on the Council are Jack Pryor, George Laffin Jr., Pat McAuliffe, Mrs. Kenneth Lane, Mrs. Hazel Meng, in addition to Mrs. Reese. The council urges all resi- dents of the Silvana area to participate in this year's fair. All exhibits are welcome. As an added attraction top ex- hibitors will receive purple and lavender ribbons in addi- tion to regular blues. Watch the TIMES for further information and exhibit rules before fair time. Location of the event will be announced in the near future. Vaccinate Recent outbreaks of measles in LaConner, Everett and Clover Park and scattered cases in other areas, re- emphasize the importance of vaccinating a 11 susceptible children over the age of one year, warned Byron J. Fran- cis, M.D., chief, division of epidemiology, Washington State Department of Health. He said that measles can spread among susceptible children even when the im- munity level of their school mates exceeds 85 percent. BOEING TESTS AT ARLINGTON AIRPORT- A special vehicle developed for use in a Mobile Minuteman study is being tested over a "bump course" at the Arlington Airport by engineers of The Boeing Company. The work is part of a contract announced by the Air Force in January. Results of the study will be forwarded by the Air Force's Space and Missile Systems Organization to the Department of Defense for evaluation. Booing engineers at Arlington are driving the vehicle over Darrington local items LINDA HILLIS, queen candi- date sponsored by Darrington Horse Owners in the coming Timberbowl Rodeo, was hon- ored with a dance and box social Saturday evening in the Oso Grange Hall. HENRY WEIDENBACH of Standing W Ranch was recent- ly made a member of the American Angus Association at St. Joseph, Mo., as report- dd'by Lloyd D. Miller, execu- tive secretary. APPLYING FOR a marriage license in Everett May 27 were PIONEER ESTATES FHA APPROVED LOTS PAVED STREETS UNDERGROUND UTILITIES YEAR 'ROUND CREEK HOMES DESIGNED WITH YOU IN MIND Custom Completion J- Send this coupon to ] dujardin construction [ Rt. 2. Box 299, Everett, Wash, for more information J I NAMZ ......................................................... Z ADDRESS ................................. . ........................... t ..................................................... , ...........I .......................... PHONE NO .................... ' duiardin 334-5018~ I I Kenneth L. Kelly and Evadean Carlson, both of Darrington. MR. AND MRS. Lyle Wiggins of Route 3 (Whitehorse Dis- trict) announce the engage- ment of their daughter, Cathy Sue to Warren Tollenaar, son Df Mr. and Mrs. Martin Tol- lenaar of Darrington. Cathy Sue was in the May 28 gradu- ating class of Darrington High School. Warren is serving with the U.S. Navy, aboard the atomic submarine, U.S.S. TAUTOG, based in Honolulu. The couple plan a December wedding. JEANETTE KOOP was in the graduating class of Monroe High School, with commence- ment there June 2. She was also among the top ten schol- ars of the class. Another graduate formerly of rural Darrington was Gerald Wight. MRS. MARY BRYSON ar- rived by air from Sylva, N.C. on May 18 (her first plane trip) and is visiting with her three sons and families, Fred, Shirlie and Penny, also her sister-in-law, Mrs. Avery Bryson. On Sunday I~xelatlvestook her to Sedro-Woolley, Ham- iron and Lyman to visit a lot of school friends who have moved out here from theSouth. Mrs. Bryson also is getting acquainted with a number of Two fun-filled programs of youth cooking shows are scheduled for June. Here is the place where 7-9 year olds OR 10-13 year olds can get some cookingideas and redpes which they are capable of preparing at home. The progtmm, one hour a week for three weeks, are designed to gener~e youthful interest in the cook- ing and culinary arts. For young people, this summertime PUD program, will be stimulating and enjoyable. Seating is limited. Advanced reservations must be made by calling ALpine 9.9460. LOCATION: South County Office Auditoduia, 21018 U.S Hizhway 99 S., Lynnwood L.J FOR FREE RESBVATIOHS, call Alpine 94640 special rough surfaces to evaluate its capability to carry a missile when traveling over similar terrain. The equipment is instrumented to measure the shock and strains on the vehicle and its payload. There is no ~live missile involved in the testing. Above, Ned B. CTocheron, Boeing test engineer, is shown giving final instructions to Bob Allen, staff engineer for Caterpillar Tractors, as A11en prepares to move the vehicle. grandchildren she had never met before. MISS DIANNE EDGAR of Skykomlsh visited inDarring- ton on Friday, guingto the high school to see Randy Ashe and other friends. She had the attractive annual put out by the Skykomish High School. They graduated eight seniors May 28. The school there has grades 1 to 12 in one building. MRS. GENE PETERSON, Mrs. Harry Van Arnam, Verna Tollenaar and Elaine Towne were in Everett Friday night where they attended the play, "Cactus Flower" by Snoho- mish County Community Theatre players in Everett Hlgh's theatre on Ho~t Avenue. THE LIBRARY board met Tuesday night with Sld Kelth, chairman, presiding. All members were present, in- cluding Mrs. George Slatton, Laurence L a r s e n, Anthony Reece and Ken paxton. Pres- ent library hours are Monday 12 to 5 p.m., Wednesday, 2 to 5 p.m., 7 to 9p.m.and Friday, 12 noon to 5 p.m. WHEN BUYING lifejackets for use aboard boat, always look for the Coast Guard certi- fication of approval. S u c h jackets have passed rigid safety specifications, and as- sure the buyer of quality. Board of Commissioners: Walt Jones, Chairmen; Tom Quast, Vice-Cheirman; Magnar Lervick, Secretary -- I i I II i I Darrington Ranger reports ROADS - Mr. Loop Highway is open, road is rough below Barlow Pass - reconstruction work. New surfacing (gravel) has been applied to the main Sauk Road for four miles be- tween Pugh Mountain Road arid the North Fork Sauk bridge. Rat Trap Pass road is now open. Whltechuck road is open to the end. Meadow Mountain road is open to the trallhead. North Fork Sank open to the June Mountain road junction. E11iott Creek open to the end. Main Suiattle and South Side Suiattle roads are also open to the end. There is heavy construction on the Crevice Creek road. Heavy log traffic on the Stfllaguamish road. Moderate to h e a v y logging traffic on most main roads during the week. CAMPGROUNDS - All camp- grounds are open except Hya- chuck. Campground will be open after plied gravel has been spread. It is advisable to bring y o u r own firewood, Arlington Well Child Conference Tuesday The monthly Arlington Well Child Clinic will be held at the Bank of Arlington Courtesy Room Tuesday, June 9 from 12:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. These clinics are heldonthe second Tuesday of each month. They are conducted by the Snohomlsh Health District and are for the well infant and pre- school child. Please call Mrs. Joyce Smith, 435-4618 or Mrs. Anion Schroedl, 435-4320 for your appointment. T h e s e clinics are sponsored by the Cascade Valley Hospital Guild. Grand Opening of Slack Shack set The Slack Shack will have a Grand Opening Saturday, June 6, between the hours of l0 a.m. and 5 p.m. There will be a drawing for a $10 gift certifi- cate and the first 10 customers will receive free nylon hose. There will be a grand open- ing sale of dresses, shorts, jeans and purses, The new owner, Mrs. Jo- hanna Howard welcomes new and old-time customers. Cof- fee and donuts will be served. ,o.o.,o... ,,o,. ,o,o. ,,, supply is llmlted in some campgrounds. Be sure your campfires are out before leav- ing them unattended. SPECIAL ITEMS - Flredan- ger ranges from low to moder- ate. Darrlngton Ranger Station office is now open 7 days a week. The new National Forest Recreation permits have ar- rived and can be purchased anytime after May 25. LEGALS No. 102892 SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION In the Superior "Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Snohomish. ANNETTE Y, DEER, Plaintiff, VS. WILLIAM C. DEER, Defendant. The State of Washington to the said William C. Deer. Defendant: You are hereby summoned to appear within "sixty days after the date of the first publication of this summons, to-wlt: Within sixty days after the 21st day of May, 1970. and defend the above entitled action in the above en- titled court, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer up- on the undersigned attorney for plaintiff at his office below stated; and in case of your fail- ure so to do. Judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of the complaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said court. The object SMOKEY, THE SUPERSTAR - Approximately 90 kinder- garten students at Lincoln School gathered in the multi- pur .pose~" Monday morning to meet Smokey the Bear, a cembr~ ~ ~y all admire. Smokey made his appearance after a V ~i~% Ranger spoke briefly to the youngsters on fire pre~'~ntton and safety. I i i Illll i i ] illH Strawberry Pickers Wanted Ted Erickson Berry Farms, Rt l, Box 227, Mount Vernon, are interested in hiring strawberry pickers. 1. Transportation Furnished 2. AduR Supervision For,Information Confacf Tho Arlington Times -- 3 Arlington, Wash. 98223 Thursday, Juno 4, 19Y0, of the above entitled actiOn is to obtain a divorce on the grounds of cruelty and for ex- clusive custody of the minor child of the parties. RICHARD A. BAIL]EY of BIBB & BAILEY Attorneys for Plaintiff Office and Po6t Office Address: 507 North Olympic Ave. Arlington. Wmlh. 98223 Date of first publication. May 21. 1970. Dates of publication: May 21, 28. June 4 11. 18. 25, 1970 crrY OF ARLINGTO4N, WASHINGTON ORDINANCE NO. 595 AN ORDINANCE ANNEXING PORTIONS OF THE WEST HALF OF THE sOUTHEAST QUARTER OF SF_~FrION 11, AND OF THE NORTH HALF OF THE NORTH HALF OF THE NORTHEAST QUAR- TER OF SECTION 14. TOWN- SHIP 31 NORTH, RAN(}w" 5 EAST, W.M., SNOHOI~ISR COUNTY, WASHINOTON. THE CITY COUNCIL OF AR- LINOTON, WASHINOTON DO ORDAIN : Section 1. A notice of inten- tion to commence annexation proceedings to annex the be. low described property navmg oeen filed with the City Council on December 1, 1969 by the ownem of not less than ten per cent tn value, according to the u- seesed valuation for general tax. alton of the property for which annexation ts petitioned, and a meeting having been set for and had on January 5, 19q0 with the initiating parties and the City Council for the purp