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J ’ ,, ,, ,,,, , ,,, .~ No.7 • Arlington, Wash., Thursday, June 11, 1953. Consolidated with Arlington Chronicle April 3, __--- • Rainbow Room Garden - Club -------- -- --7-- --------- ----" County F.F.A. Chapters Take Trnp _ " ..... UHI f=. u&..... IW,,..I.. . . ..... , .. At Blue Bird [Holds Meefin- / ]VVII HUll , IllUi₯ IllIWllk CK, url,sn tolumola Mr. and Mrs. Oman Yount[ ~ I [on and Keith Sar-]Listers farm near Chilliwack. proprietors of the Blue Bird Cafe',/ The Arlington Garden. C lubllll@ m • • R • nl A~ I JkAA llture instructors,] Saturday morning the F.F•A. have added a •dining room to,met in r ne oasement ofthe Lu-[bll 'l~ If | I kaeelAMI NIBllU "lib • LIE I'dt mb~rs of F. F. A. members judged 2 classes of Jer- their cafe, hawng mane exten- meran ~nurcn on June. ~ mr_ Ilts .~ 1 q 1 I~nuIIII |llU~ L..Jm • "~[Ud st Thursday morn- seys in a herd near Chilliwack sire improvements to a former regular.monthly meeting. ~o:.lnll ............ m ,-~,-i, m Am ~w.v iwack B C The and 3 classes of Guernseys at living apartment in rear of me ~:~,~JaL~ ~,,~ ~e, uy YP.~'I T~ thi~ f~ont~n~i~l ...... f thai ~-- afternoon at t~y the Prairie View Farms. building. '2 , . , - t'niHip ~'earson; auring wn!chIsta'te or' W"asl ]n* 'Gn't e%own*o l._ ,J / , . , ,-. . .-. and the Holdale Cha ters art~ci ating in this A new Ki[cne$ has also been sne mscussea tne peony, TnlS/ArlincTton ~len ~h ....... ~ ,~ Irour nemDer rlmamn l-lret [ ~l~r~l ..... 1. • p . p~ ..... p a ......... "'" ' .... ll"d The dinin- room is ~nower nas ~een Known ann cuJ-~---':-~'= ..... .~ ......... ~ ....... ~ -- "" ,-~ ............ '~''~"" arejust over .... tne trip were. ~rJmgttm maJy~v.~=, ,,~a = • s " " hma" P°r[am anmversary--lts' tiftieth umas, and ]udgedlEdmonds, Snohommh Gramte large, enough to accommodate tviV:rtedi~nbClon~.sf?r thousa2d~oO~lyear since incorporation [ ,~-~ ~_ " ... - Jersey cattle. Falls, Sultan. about iorty people ana it is l:ne y • . ~ / ...... • i i ] t : ~ ~ ....... then proceeded to[ Boys from Arlington who went intention to cater to private par~ family as ~oes.the popular" ran.-[Ti~nreO2 ~ne Iues of The Arhngton[ ] [ , .... . . ~.,~.. oo ,~.,~..~, n~,,• w,~,~ ~,~,~ nnn Klein ties and or~,anization dinners uncums ana outtereup A~ter tnls UlU~t o~ wmcn are com-~ : • .~.- th,~ c,r~nn~ [~-~].~ ~.~l~h]]~ l.nui~ Stance The new dinin~ room has been brmf hmtory Mrs Pearson told plete, we fred some interesting/ ...... ng was spent judg-~and, Ed Borseth, Gary Zwicke, decorated in several-different a legend_explaining howthe histOrYr]a~i:2no~e~tmn with the[ [~~[ I at Eden Bank and[Robert Sapp, Ray Peake, Jim colors, thus the name Rainbow peony nau oeen cnangea ~rom P rnngton. [ [ [ ,~ ~erseysf " at T--ommy/'Morgan, and Don Borseth. Room . a single one to me many lovely Appearing in the issue of Sat/ [ .... : [ ]~ .... ' double ones we have today, urday, April 4 1903, is the follow-[ [ ]i: I~, ' [~~'^.~:~/ ~l,,~ T~-~ AA~,~# T,,~M~,, ~l~r~ Mrs. Soper then read a poemling: On May 5 the people of Ar-~ [ ! :l [;~i~ %,,.,~.)|111111~1~.~1~JI %.,IUI~ I ~ lying! /U~O~.~y ~ ~'~.~.~ which all enjoyed After the min lington will decide by ballot ............ ..... ;~.:.!~iii~: :'~;; ~ LqSCUSSeS • " .... ....... • At the Commercial Club din.though reservations should be utes were read and approved and whether or not we are to have t I I li~ Clanms ner meeting to be held in the made m" advance for droner."the treasurer had given" her re-[home government, the commm-[" ~l ~/~ ~~'~' "~* 0, ...... [new Raiflbow room of the Blue The completion of the new din- port, the-secretary read a letter,sinners having called an election[ /~ ~::~.1 ~][~ me recent settle- m~,~ r'af,~,, v " = room b ro rietor Yount of from the state garden club ac for that day to vote upon the .......... on T.~esda~, June 16, at,lno , y p p . • • -[ .. . • [ I1 :~*/ [l~(~i/ ~raage claim, withoutlnoon, Mr. Willard Pedersen oflthe Blue Bird, is expected to en- knowleagmg.the rece]ptoofmon- quesnon of incorporatingthe[ [~: ~l~ ~l~::i\l the part of the insur- the General Insurance Companylcourage a larger attendance at ey to, oe useu mr me ~eeas mr[ own. / I~>!~ ~ ~:~~ arly a.rl th,~ throat nflof America, will be the main[Commercial Club meetings, as Asia program which told club[ "The Order, a lengthy docu-[ ~~~[ [~ [~~~ .._:. ..... ":.~ ...... "::~speaker. [the new Rainbow room will he- members, that.seeds had beenlment, drawn up by Prosecuting[ ~ " ~~ ~u~t, the c]W eounml[ Mr. Pedersen will speak on the[commodate about forty, sent. to t.ne unmppmes ~rom me[Attorney Cooley, was acted upon/ .......................... ~ .... night discussed pro-[subject, aThe Youthful Driver[ Committee reports, states Pres: local ciut). [Tuesday, County Surveyor Birney[~• ~• r,,,~r~ ~LJ~ ~ttuw~ w. ~• ~w~.,r.~ ~event such accidents, and YourmDo~ars•t Any~nedinte~-[id72: Da~t~eHmelan~n Wilelaberheara seM//al Smteed~n :~Ptodteda:dh:t~haVi2ngcStra~nghtt~2e~oOnUt the dis-[ , ...... eeidoa that tho insur tested " " ' d o a ten , "[P ' " P " g 1 P " " da y sur-| lm _.. [in which the porcine species re- - - .......... "~~ club had worked last week "-lant 've-." ~ ~ The pictures .............. lily ~hnnld be instruct-] . l . . y -/ 5. - I ~ _ .._ t vel, tn~at ougnt to Be aOOllSnt~. ~t'oZ'=~--=Z;+o . lint ~ • #'~ .,, I Im / ~ , • ing asters, a~yssum ann several/Mmm Meeting 1 II nerew]rn are[ "9. Peddlers and itinerant mex- ......... . . [r.l.a. t, ommmees i marsnesatemrn other types of flowers in the[ In the issue of April 11 is this[ ~ pr.m.[ed from the[chants should be required to pay ~n~. was reporteo tot !-, ~ , ~ [v~ , _ qp garden club plot. Tuesday, June[call for a Mass Meeting: "At ~ orlglnai engray-[ a license. ,~mae recently, wnenll~or Iear Announcea I I'rom Auto lour 9, was set for the day members/mass meeting of the citizens oil ~~ rags usea iiftyI "10 An incorrmrated town is :~=~ company se~t[eaI ..................... [ ......... were to meet at the plot to plant/Arlington will be held in Work-/ ~l years ago in Thelmor~•~t~r~t~vo%~ ~ ..... ~'~ o.a ,m ~vtrs ~Jaoys l~u[n-I zne r~xecuuve ~ommittee Otl Mr ann lvtrs, u L• tviarsn re- ~.~,,,..;.. /,~..~-,.~n ,~ .... n ........ ,--- ,.._:,/'-% " I Times stor-I ......... ...... ='" • • • • ~,=~u,,,a~. ,,,=,, ,=, ~,c~,a~ cvc,m~, .~p~, ~ the better class of eo le n -ntered suit for $7890 Arhngton P.T.A. met at the home turned from a two weeks auto ...... [~ ,... +~. ..................... / lli[ about th,~ Coun-[ p p ge - ~s said to have beenlof Clifford Rod on June 1st tour of Eastern Washington last Lavonne ua .e was cilmen " C A [erally. ' cnalrman or me ~araen ~.~[UO|~,OLIIUI~.Aat~7~ &UI tllff'x~UllUWlll~ U~'/ / , " " "| "11 IXT ~ ...... t; ;# .... ~August 23, 1952 on/at 8 p.m. The four newly-elected[week, m,,_~t c'n~,~itt,~e ~r th,~ -~ulv 4]fices to be voted anon at the/ ~ HUdson was thel _ ~. we ca,,. ..... e ,ew, .... $ =t, westof O1 m lc oiilcers were present .............. - - ot the aoove Improvements ann Y P' " • [ They visited at the home of .~:"-=hff" ~....~....-~...~ ^~ **.~]election to be held May 5th 1903 / ~ fifth Council-I • " " " ~C~Id'u~'' Ul'll~l II/*~:~IIlU~'I'D US" tlll'~ '*7 ' ' " b n " " e ehts without incor oration The purpose of this meeting their daughter and son-m-law .....~t ..... ~f~ w~’,~,~ M~ [when the ouestion of incornorat-[ ~ man. The p]c-] P - .~n Mrs. Paul Tangs-. was to appoint standing commit, the ............. Rudolph Olsons, at Kenne- ~i'~="~'~r~"~Ter*'~'~o'~-'~Mr'~ ............ ....... Mc-/ing Arlin~tbn.. will be voted uDon'_ .[~ ture of the first[ "Lastly--No good reason has~ rted to have been re-/tees for the 1953-54 term. [wmk and also inspected several ’'~,i~=h Mr~ p p,~ar~nn ~ro [Mayor, five councilmen treasur-] ~ mayor, J. M.[yet been shown for not voting It.She fell on the side-[ It was announced at this time[of the dams and big" construc- ~."~" -~'Palmer ............ Mrs. Pautzke'"-' Mrs."" O.[er and" clerk." ' [ ~_ Smith," has been[ for lnco.rporatmn." " " .... .he Sheppard Servme[that a book will be presented to[tion projects on the ~ommma Soper Mrs Shea and Mrs. i)avies.[ Several issues of The Times/ lost. • [. -xne issues o~ rn.e .rimes •Ior an interview withlthe Arlington High School Li./river. All members are asked to con-tare missing from the 1903 files, I D.S. BAKER ]~tay. ~ anaolo arem~ssmg,~u~.ln !rno, she informed The/brary by Mr. Ward Bowman,[ At Easton they parked their tribute flowers for the float. [among them the issue of May 18,1.-~ [.me msue o~ ~Jay 6o: part ox wmcn She had just wavedIguest speaker ~t our last P.T.A./car and took the Northern Pa- w~o ,h,h ..... remi-a-n b-Mrs ~which contained the. report onImcorporation with the following[IS missing., there m a repo~ o~ to an acquaintance, lmeeting. " ]cific railroad to Lester, where .... ~/~'~,~L~'~,~, ~,~,'~,"';~'.d~,,~ althe mass meeting. However inleaitorial: ~me councn mee~kngo~ aaay z.~tn= ~eeeded a short dis-/ It was decided to enter a float[they visited their daughter Miss nu~.~.,~j%~,~k~,,~: ~=’~,= ~,oy,,~ /the issue of April 25 is a notice[ "Why Vote to Incorporate? wnien was tne nrst meeting o~ L she encountere~ a[ representing PT A in the 4th of] Doris Mt,rsh, who has been teach- ~m~isl~Coun['rv'C~ub~'on ~u]v~l~3~'ai[eertifying the •following namesl ',',Because-- I the, Arlington city counei.l fol- • ~ sidewalk ann ~eJJ./,,,l,, ,~arada in"~'r~i"-~'*-''~ ling there ~, ~'’ o~ %~... ,~..o,... ;o '~L",,,,t on Ins having been nominated: May-[ 1..The ticket is right. [Jowmg lncorporanon. At tins sea- Sat May 23 since/~' : ~" . '~ .... s ..... [ While "in Ellensbur} Mr and ~:ou. Q,= ,~,~,~, .... ?~'"~-: "-~or J M Smith" Councilmen D "2 The candidates are pledged stun accoraing to the artieJe, all • , - • • .. ~ • • • aa , • • , , • " ' - 1£t$ boon *~nahlo to do[ The Iollowlng committee ap-I..__ ,~.~__...;,~;.^a ..+ .~.., ~..... miles out on me uarrlngton ~o [e ~,.,.^. ,xr o ~,..,.,,^. ,- ^ u,,a a,,ainst ~,~bt -,,d hear- taxes members of the council the mav- !or She was assisted/P°! t eyts were announce • Iof Mr and Mrs enry Robertson ont} '2 a/son, eil Brown, J B Riley; "3 Our revenues are an goinglor and c,ty treasurer were :P ard and Mr Mack u get -- verett Winces, and Mrs Anna Hodgins. They |Treasurer, C H. Tracy; Clerk linto the county funds and butler: ..... ~t~.ent at the beautylWestYcShairman, fir. Robert Wil-[built the Robertson building at Mrs. Soper: ......... ,,,~ nf the[miPioners T~Ye notice contains] "5. Soon the public health willl4 dealt with licensing of liquor ~ch was her destina-/liams Mr Stu Marshlain Mr. lcorner of Fourth and Olympic ,,^':'~'~',~ "~='~,~'~.'~'~'~.~.v,~,ott[the statement that 60 qualified[demand a sewage system• [healers, ann setting annual li- ne accident occurred. [Alton'Funl~ Mrs. Ernie Ludwiek.lavenue and resided at corner of "~" ]'~o=~%~a":~"',~=~,~h',~"r'~electors residing within the lim-I "6• The topography of the town]cense ~ee at $400..... . ~erstood no suit- has] Program ' Mr Ralph Pistorese [Fourth' and McLeod for many o, ....... ~. ~?'~. :~'-".'" ........... tits of the proposed town had lrenders considerable street grad-I Orainance No. ~ ue~inea cer- were appoln~ea to orlng arrange Uted bv Mrs Tangs-[chairman "Mrs" Thomas Tefie:lyears, where the family, son ,~,~to o,,~ ,.,~,~-,,~’ ~0~ tho ~ho~[signed the petition calling for theling necessary• [tai.n. misdemeanors and pre- th a lawyer had been[sen, Mrs. Clifford Rod, Mrs. no'v-] Henry and daughter Anna, w~re R'e~fresh"mep[s-were*~on"~rve'd[election on Incorporation. The[ /'7. On.a!l except an o~CaSnm;slSC~rO~pn2Un]~2gn~as to "revent lard Palmer rearea. "" b'" the con~ffflttee ;notice also containea me regal/hi moon|~gnt mgm, our I. . :. lse .... ,,., tg ..... ncil/ Hospitality--Mrs Victor Ols0n Mr. and Mrs. Marsh accompan- ~ ............... [4escription of the proposed town[section is enveloped in cimmer-lnogs running ar large. '~, ...... :.W.'-~""~ |-hairrnan Mrs Llo~dHovik Mrs'lied them to the cemetery on ,, ~ ."--y--~ |limits ',inn darkness. [ An oroinance setting license ~.torne Marnews ue , ~ ~ ,, '~-" -'Y ...... ;~Ralnh Hershaw Mrs John Lind" Memorial Day to place flowers on HOSnltal Rote-’ t In the issue of May 2 Editor C.[ 8. We have several hog walq fees. of $1.00 and $2.00 for clogs ~:rlO(llC lnspecuon m[ .v: .. . '~. • "~ " th~ -raves r ~' ~ l, ' Ma~'eh e,,%wr~rtact th~ mnVO for'lows on the main thoroughfare,' anu b][cnes, was enactea. etrl • alks would qulsL ~vlrs. lvar ~rlvsruen. , -,~ s . " 2 th ]'" ........... ~'~" ............... d sider • [ ~foRuTb~rtaSOnagp?Ssed- ..,.. o_ wa JohI Richardson Mayo i:Y~ksmsPwl~l~e:2nOn~o~t~ rnMe~uab/rS~PrCrjo~ha~aEr~k° aboMr a Y b~.~! ~Oa~h an~,dH~inSgt~h2 ~/~ , a~ R~y, ty: |.,. __ _5t~[P" 0. Increases h 'ee |Vee|:s to Gl ow Beards "'" L1TIe repaired. If not. Legislature--~Ir. Ter/5ocialSecuritv borntoMr, andMrs.'’v'illiamRoY]Boxl~ents ,11" • , "' j_ u;I .... ,.=_L n.. r_..-JL Thomas proacSP~:i~ie~do~i~tnh~i[:h~er~a'~hs~--~aM:Si~uMary Gallau- Officer To Be}lere l~Iiae~t ~/w;ernetet'Wicken bOr?aOn[ A new schedule of post office ![ ISl el $ mUl,~ ] IOUI IS11 D] ruin, the g " , • • ~i . May 25th to Mr. and M . L " t 'It will be beards by July 4th by sponsoring a queen candidate. pro ert Cub Scouts---Mr Niles Darrow" m , • ""~ rence Wicken R 3 )ox rents will go Into effect on , P Y" Bo" Scouts---Mr John Enselman'~l..,~,,4,~•, l,.n.- 1K ..... '- .'~" -- - ~ July 1 1953 according to an order]or else .... local American Le- The. beautiful Johnson Sea craft • s . a .~ ~.. • .......... :,'j~u~;ou~3 .;~ ~u u~ane ~:l~zaoe~n r~armn, oorn .-'- -: .......... J=inn Commander Howard Chris- ooat complete wl~n outooara mo- or t:amp ~lre lvtrs rmwa~u Ma 25 to Mr and Mrs Robert lssuea o the r'os[ Uiilce t~epart ~ ," hess of the council ..'i -- " [ lXr~lH~,-~ T Matth~ws manager Y • • Y "[tia-so,~ stated at the regular tor and deluxe trailer will be ~uditing and paying rammer.. ......... I,.~ t"~='~v"~,rett"s~,,ci'a~l secu"rit,,~f- Lee Harlan, R. 5. ment. The rates now in effectlmeetin"~ of the Legion Tuesday awarded to some lucky voter. ills, which are item- ~its~nanpoo~.S" I~Iasm. ~a~;t~" A1 [f"lce'wil~ be at the Arlington~City Gary Dean Blacken, born May have not been changed since[night "~ The winner will be announced at !her column, also exan~ler g -- ; "[ Haft Council Chambers on June 28 to Mr.~nd Mrs. Gordon Black- 1907, but will now go the way] When it was discovered that the wrestling matches the night ~s on committee ac e. ut ~,tr, e uuu | oI Jul 6r , " Outside Publicity--Mrs. Alfred[16, 1.953 and can be consulted on Carl Nations, born on June 6 to of the one cent postal Card. ithis year---1953--was the 50th _. Y. a"~. ...... Meu=niot Isocial security matters ~rom ~u ~. ~...~ ................ L ........ :,, , ....... Uanniversary of the birth of the Tlae lOCal t~UD ~COUtS toge~n~ • ,~, a.u ±VlIS l)onalo ±~atlons o~ lne smau uo~e~ WI|I lllVlt:~c~:: } Helm of the street Inside "Publicity---Mrs. Isabella.m. to 12 noon. .... - ....... ': ........... [town of Arlington, members of with wrestling chairman eported that there ,r~awl~v [ Two years of properly reported u=.""'~.~uL". ....... ~rom buc a quarter to ~uc p~r~the Le~ion decided it was time ~eacn nave comp~e[ea 1~lans mr "-- ~ auanlta Marle A1Ken, oorn ~une general compliance Parliamentarian -- Mr Keithlfarm work has given insurance ...... .............. quarter. The number 2 boxesJto cele~brate Although many of transferring Hallock Field into • " " • /In tO lvlrGnu Mrs. l.a~.Wl'eIt~Jg " . " " ,~ burnm ordinance rotectmn to thousands of farm a ~ antra Yankee Stadium for " g - ' Sarkisian L " [P ........ ~," ~ a.u.,,.~,~., will now be $110 her quarter,[the veterans are certainly not 50 gg !its burning by the Character and Spiritual Educa-/families, according to Matthew.s. "~'~nu~" ~,,~"~v~v~ hnrn i,~t,~a,~ ,~ "~_~ and th'~ large box-lyears old, every (>ne of them will the outdoor wrestling, show .F~i- i packing material,, tin,~ Rev A D Brokaw ~ Matthews stated that begin- . ""~".:;’': .-':" .... _":7~--.~.= ...... .-.~. "--=~" ,.';.'7, _° .... I look at least that ancient come nay mght, July ~rd. Tner~ wau n~ 1 ........ • " ~une ~m to~v~r ann ~v~rs ~v~arnn es wm rein mr ~..~J per quay, eys. ] ~mmders' Day Mrs John Dan.]nmg with 1951, many farm work- .. ~ ~- : ~ - .......... ~ c~ [July 4th Prizes are being of- plenty of good seats with the • -- ....... --- " receiv Mayer oz uaxrlngton ter, now renung ~ur ~,,,,. ~ - " - ra stand and bleachers lu~ formed, the council[ ubio ]ers in thls area have been : ""~ .......... ~ .....- ....... " .... [fered for the blackest beard, the g nd p owarcl * ey of StillaguamishPre.School P.T.A.-- Mrs. C. W.,[ ing social security, credit, t ....... . [ lom, est,o tlle oddest,, the lightest,, about. . 600 ringside seats. All in- ~wn' eastern boun * old a e and surwvors insurance 1 clt~ze invited dmatmns point toward the larg s " Fowler " g fr ~T~ etc All ma ~ " ns are' - 0t been done al- PTA Ma~azine Mrs Danlpayments. He pointed out that Mr, and Mrs. Joe ngs o . Ito ",oin in the coettest whether eat outdoor sports event ever toped it can be'done Hunter'~ -- " Iwhile most farm operators were. . ~ - - - - - [the~, are members of the Legion held in Arlington and Leaeh ad- o ' " " .... ro • • a • • engineers office. Room Parent & Telephone--]fam,har w,th the present p [A,,.~r~.,,~ ]0 Vr~,,.~,. ('M,4 ~,~1,-.,,...~ ~-..-/ [or not vlsed everybody to obtain their 1 aw - I/I ron,~vtod that n npw ~V]'r~ C'nn I-TJnrt Chairman Mrs [visions of the social security ,~"t%.J~,l#,.Pl I~.. I ~t.~l-~.,/l%,~LJ~l.~,.~It.Jll ~ [ ............... tickets early. All ringside seats ............................ "--" ' " " m -- v wellman cnalrman oi tne hibits the *'lacin- of Ed Atmli Mrs Walt Sather[as they apply to agrmultural e -[~ ....... I ..... " .... will be reserved. There will be ~, s .... ma ann a ~ew pmces o~ ~urmmre. cnlmren s program reporrs mat • • • on utility holes and Safetv--Mr Jack Barney [ployees, some farm workers Yl ...... - ........,~-.a ..... ,.;..~.[~, .......... ,..+2'~ .^. ~...,.,:..- specml prm~s for children and C.essary in the future _ Refreshments -:-: Mrs. Alton[~tlbermeC~o]Vmegdr~Peer tc:ed~is.l~Iman and one of the first to be-[a full afternoon program of chi]- general admzSSlo0n. -~ means ot placing FUNK, cnmrman, Mrs. r~oy Len-I , . ~'~.~ ..... ~ I .... ~[gin work clearing the fields ofldre~'s games at the high school ' " : _ igns hart Mrs Arthur Rochon unoerstanmng ot ~ n e s e pru-, ..... • • ,, • • I vmmns." " . , , .... ~ mines~ andimdebns,m JunebUt1946tragedy[heldwhen on July 3rd. There WHll headeralS° Masomc Lod-e6 I-Iansen of the water ------------c 1 t _~ ~. ' ~1 came to h ' I be a Little League doub e eported the installa- l~;e~" ~|nw~t-.~W [~ ! O~° \. " • [~~~~lhe was. killed by a mine while[baseball game. The children's pa- f~...,.,M.... ~$~ ~ mains to serve the I].~o L,o ~ancran~ l~~~idoing this work. The widow andI rade has been changed from Jt~ly fitorage plant. It was 'I'_ ][~_ |-- ~ ..... ~ .... I ~~~~ her two children were left un. 3rd to July 4th and will be held • • nat the big meter for |U ~ Ill E~₯~I-~LL I H m,, ~'PAm ~ .~ I~[~~!~.~[provided for and their lives have[in the morning of the latter date. anniversary Lt~ld Cost between $1,- The Chuckanut District of/"'v ....... ='" ~'=~ ~'-- ~~~!~ been filled with stress and strain[All participants in the parade ~,~,~ -" Arlington Lodge 500, which will be st_,^ ~.neration of[ D L Sancrant son of Mrs. I.~~~~?~ltrying to make ends meet on the[will be given free rides at the ..'"~.L'k .... y\~ ~.. .~ t - . .a~..,~tv. at~ ~=,~ • " '. . , • . • t~o. lz~ ann melt laQles gam- he company He ~s Garden Clubs will --resent its.an [ Sancrant R 5 Arhngton, is home, [war pensmn of $18 monthly Dur- [carmval ~mmedmtely following. - .' ....... ~'~" - r" " v " ' " . • erea at tne Looge hall wearles- rlng purchase of new n,,M ~'lower Shnw on .Tune 13 andlfrom the sea to spend he summer mg the summer months the the parade. • " o..,~.~, ,,. ,.o~,~ ............... ~, -,.~z ,,,s ......... brate the 50th lpment shortly to be ..... ~A in ................. thp Ma~nnio T~rnnlo~..... in Ev,- lwlth relatives and. frmnds. . . I. I mother earns ................... a httle in the held~i The Grand Parade for the af- ~-'~ ...... ~-,,~ of the founding of facet the new de- ,~r,~tt The theme of this year s[ Mr. Sancrant is radm officer l~~~:J~l~~lbut there ~s little chance of work t ....... f "ul" 4th is creatin ....... • , ~.uu. u o ~ • ~ me lOCal 1o(1 e. -~ Glacier company., show is "Junetime in the C'huck.laboard the S. S. Frontinac Vic- ll~~:~lin Mont Le Ban for women. Thelnlentv of interest All neor)le in ..... g: .... il also considered the anut District" and it promises toltory• During. his absence_of sev-~~~~lfamily lives with the old grand;l[eres~ed in entering tl~e parade .~[n~er chairmanship o~a ~oy_ liforms for the night be well worthwhile for not onlyI erai years, ne. nas wsitea many~ ~:~ ~ : I parents, wno nave omy me ola [ are urged to contact ban Lund ~'~,~'~,~ ~" ~*",~ ~o'~,'~'~" trshal and will give the members of garden clubs but mre!gn counrnes_m me las~ Ye, ar :;,.~ .; /~ ~ age penmon to live on and bare-i as soon aspossible so the parade j~'~,~'~',~t~£'~,~~ ......... a .... - ideration to this mat- to any one interested in flowers[most o~ me ~rips nave been to me ~t~Y escape starvation tnemseives. I formation can ~,e organized.l~'~_='_2.~L~':Z~"2 ............ -'xt meeting. ' and gardening. The" hours for ~rient, visiting in Japanese ann • " I- Foster ParentsPlan has cared With the Centennial theme thi~lfo~o~n~'a~rt~c~e a~gDae~Z:’~m2,~, Arnot informed the the show are from 2"30 to 9 pm r~ofean waters. " .. .. • ~ Itor more man /o,ut~ ~uropeanlyear a large array of historic aSlArlin_~on Time~ X~'~ - * " : the fire siren fails on June 13. and 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.[cra~n~ri2g stn~eS?n~m~r ~Viorr:a~v . ~':iI [war.children. It is now operatinglwell' as comic entries has been[April~ 1903" ~ unuer ante o[ e on June 14 Y ~ ~m t~elgmm, ~nglana, m, ance, ] ] tr lanks are ,, ertain parts of the • • assured Off'c'al en y b Grand M'aster J ...... o lenjoy a much-needed vacatmn.~tWestern Germany, Gree"el Holl ""-: -'" -" " 's I ohn Arthur - suggestec~ tnat an "' [Besid hi mother h i visitin~ ~ "[avaxiaole ar rienry ~aurray . ha ' " " Sir FQRD "IV SHOW es s , e s g land, Italy and Korea, and is . . s granted a dmpensatmn for _" en be installed, .................... I here wi~;h a brother Robert, R5 ~l~,~,n, .... nfortuna~ ~,,~ im,~ov ] General Chairman Bill Fowler the organization of a Lodge at ~n the hill. He was r~=t ~u~n ~zv,'-=t~,=~z .~ , In ~;~ ~.~ ,~^ ~J .... ~ ,-.,..=..' I'*~,'~'".s ~t... ~YWJY VLo'istatedthisweekthattheCenten-IM, lin~tonoftheOrde~,f~n,.ie.t 'U Henr Backstrom of the tiacK- " o.o~., ....o. our D~u~ua, ~.,~-- M erlsnecl Cnllaren OI fifteen (llI- • . . [ , ~ . v .~ .~ ... ~re data on costs to ~ ~Y.. ~. , ...... n~to ~oll~ and n-mern,m friends ONIQUE ROSSEAU I~ .... ~ ...+~....,,,,~,.~ . ,**...,,~ ~,~ Imal Queen Contest ~s m ful tFree and Acee~ted Masons, the ae next council sea strom Motor ~o calls attennon ..................... ,, .... ~ ................ " ~w" " h is still • - " to the Ford 50th"Anniversary TV and relatives in Renton. According to an announcement gard to race er creed.. . [~_ rag,although the~_,_~ '-'nl'" dlspensatmns to remain m foroe • "l .. . ... . , ...... m , i roOH~ tur H~ore cetnuluat~. ~ Y luntll tile next session oI tne ~-~----~ party, "The American Road, • _--------~-o b.y ~pster t'aren~ l:flan Ior war[ The Plan has recently estao-[oualification is that the contest-I~ra,~a T,,n,o ’,.~ tho ~+~ n ~, =, which will be broadcast on Mon-ta ==,* ..,~.~wv.. • • . - a • ~-~ ~ ,am=u ,,u-~,-l~u, m=~- As~] .~h~n cnilaren, inc., of New York tAW, llished field headquarters in[~nts must be 50 ,,ears of age AII]Ba~2,Y~.-~--.~..~Z;,~;~.-~;.~.; ~-.-~ Un Y~ day, June 15, 5 to 7 p.m., over sta-[ Mr• and Mrs. Joe Engstrom, of R.[Korea to brlng ald and rehablli-~in,.al or=anizatinns are bein~,l,,~. ~,~n ~ ...... q,~,,~’,~ ~xro~a,,,. ..... tion KING 2 Arlington, have a’]opted Mon • th thous f n ed "~ ~ ................................... • ID~...~..~a ~. A]A~ , . ...... "ltatlon toe ands o e Y[ contacted this week and will be Harr B t he er. Jr rde . • Y a c Id Wa n A : . ..- ~_ [a~;l#~a~;o aug n,~;~. .... ]aq~ .,e~l:rr.~l?;e~?l~lane ~r?USseau'[children. ~ ...... [asked to join in the celebration meeting Was held" last evening in .: ~z~t ~-rz,-.~-~-~-r [ In nreparation for theRed -Y " g g • ~ ~oster t'arenrs Flan mr warl ---~ I, c~ c~ P h~li urhtoh ~cutli I~ ~Umn la provtded to give ~- • - • • FVT M~RV YOGNILD ~ ............. -- ............ Wen*-^----.^+,,-,-o +~,o~ HOME BEAUTY SHOP - alert to be held on June 20th, Momque was born m Mont Le[Chfldren does not do mass re- __~ .... L-- ...... th,~ ~,~,,,lav nl.~,= nf a=~,~rnhlac,=" al tnna'ture"~'l~*'~ven~ Miss Jessie Woodward, form-[members of the Aid Station are Ban, a. small village in the Ar.]tief; each child is treated as an[~r=~-u~ -ru uu-~z [ .......... ~ ............... *,"" ~to~ tee ~ charged, o~ erly of Seattle, will be associat.[to hold two meetings at the dennes. During the Ardennes of-[individual. "Adoption" is finan-I Ma:vm Vogmld, B. N., ~eabee~,l. .... ~ '~ advertised will appea~ e with Mr ..... ] aU. The charge will b, d s. Catherine. Burke m speech room of the high school, fenmve of 1944 thin village was cial, not legal. .... The Foster Parent son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Vog- LLocal. Folk I I ~ a mmtmum o~ ~100 the Home Beauty Shop, accord-lone on Friday, June 12th, and a battleground and' the inhabi-lmerely prommes to contribute[mid, reported to Coronado, Cahf ...... ............... . ing to announcement made by,the next on Thursday, June !8th. tants all evacuated." They re-IS15.00 monthly towards t h e[after a three weeks leave. [.~A ~~,~ ~ace in new Bryant Miss Woodward. I Dr. Samuel F. Nebel, who is in turned to find the village prac-[child'~ support, for at least a[ Prior to this leave he had fin-I~'~L~" ~el~ all every Saturday Miss Woodward formerly oper-icharge of the Aid Station, urges tically destroyed, after the liber-[year. In return, the Foster Par'[ished extensive training at Camp[ Attending the 5-day session of i~n music Refresh- ated a beauty shop at Darrington.]all personnel connected with the ation and all the fields spoiled.tent receives ~a brief history of the[Pendleton in operations. I the Washington State Grange "' She studied hair styling under[station to be in attendance at The Rousseaus found their homelchild and a photograph, and cor-[ He will be going overseas in[convention at Wenatchee. June Roberta Tate will-known Holly- these meetings so that they may partly burned and all their- fur-]respondence through the. Plan of-~the near future. He has spent 1½ ]8-12, from this section are Mrs. iScher's Orchestra wood halt stylist. I familiarize themselves with their niture and belongings destroyed.lfice is encouraged, since the chil-[Ye~v~aSri~ Philippines and ,Korea. [Frances Pier, on, delegate from eing pleasure ev- For the present Miss Woodward[ duties.' , - They were obliged to live in the]dren need the feeling of being[ n too,,k part in Opera-[Mt. ~Wheeler Grange, nan, and ~d Satuz lay night is making her home with rela-[ The meetings are set for 8 part that was not burned and the[loved and belonging to someonedtion Seajump conducted off the[Thelma CraWfordl delegate from Tavern S]lvana tires m East Stanwood In'clock m ross ave lothin's a ~C li ', " • " " : p. . Red C g them c g omepl ce. a fornia coast recently, e Mansford Grange, Darrington. \