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]PArlE TWO THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON WASItINGTON, TH[ R SDAY, JUNE 18, 1953. F'delity Club ]Two From Arlington ] To Meet June 23 l Sign Up at W.S.C. I The Fidelity Social Club will] Washin ....... I meet for potluck at noon lunch-]..., g~on ~a~e ..~ollege,[ .~,,,, ,,,, "r,,,~,a.,, .h,no P.2 nt tholl:'ullman, June lO.--Arnngton flas =.':-L':2Z\~3.:J'~"'~rs"' .~rthurltWo included in the 742 studentsl ~u,..y. .u.,c u " from far and near who to date Hutchinson at the StlllaguamlsJa[~ v ........... } rm~trw Cl,h Ina e quallneo Ior aomlSslon [o[ ~"---" ..... . . [the State College of Washington [ Those wishing transportation] " Admissions are proceeding at I should contact Mrs Ernest Bleeck . : the predicted rapid pace, reports or mrs. Albert Hafterson. [Claude Simpson, director of ad- I ------------~o---------~ .[missions. Up to the preent, ad-[ | [[missions represent 159 Washing-[ | [.Alf~"~-~,W(')O]-) []ton cities and towns, with Spa.] ! "".~.~..." '-'"-'~" I|kane leading with 78. Seattle is a~ ] lvirs_tmue, corr. [[strong second at 67, followed by~ ! mane ziil IlTiicoma with an even 50. Others] Michael McGrew visited overlafnong the top eleven within the] 1he week-end with his grandpar-[date run: Bremerton 28, Richland[ ants, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Dunn. [24, Olympia 20, Yakima 16, Walla[ Mrs. Anna Alstrom, Mrs. Lot.]Walla 15, Kennewick 13, Belling-~ tie Alstrom and Gayle Suzzane]ham 12 and Vancouver 12. [ Raueh visited in Anacortes with[ Months before college opening[ Mrs. Irene Curry on Tuesday. ]the geographical representationl .. Mr. and Mrs. W: A. Holm from]of the incoming group already ~eattle visitea at the name oI|proves wide, with new admis. Mr. and Mrs. E. Y. Scott on S~-[sions representing 26 other states flay. ~ ~ ]and territories. Oregon and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Tommer- ]Alaska are the early leaders, with ~vik, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Tom-|8 each, followed by California mervik, all of Tacoma, and Mr[with 7 and Idaho and Illinois and Mrs. Jack Wells of Everett,[with 5 apiece. spent Sunday at the Sigurd Tom-] The incoming foreign student 'mervik home. [group to date numbers 23, rep- Bible school classes at the lst[resenting 16 different nations. as announc Syria is the leader now sending :L~theran Church ed / . , last week will be postponed, as[4, .while Canada has 3. and Ni. l'nany of the youngsters will beige,rla andTalwan 2 apiece. ... r rv m me nrsr new smuem ns~ ~,vorking in the be ry ha est. A] lwo weeks session of the school sent out by W.S.C. were listed will be held later in the summer. 418 who had qualified. Today's listing adds 324. Mr. and Mrs. Don Turk of Claudia M. Larson and Norita /lgarysville were Sunday after- Tveit are the two from Arling- aaoon visitors at the Louis Stuller toil who have signed up to at- home. tend W. S.C. o Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McGraw and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Dunn Class 1 Sales Decrease ,helped Mrs. Ross Kearney cele- ~brate her birthday on June 12 4.i 1% From Prior Mo. The Einor Olson crew left for Alaska for the fishing season on Nicholas L. Keyock, market ad- Wednesdav morning ministrator, Puget Sound-Wash- Mrs. Anna Alstrom and Mrs. ington marketing area, announ- I,ottie Alstrom spent Sunday trices the uniform base price to be i)arrington with Mr. and Mrs. paid producers delivering milk :Milton McCaulley. for tI4e month of May 1953 is The Ladles' Aid of the First $4.99 per cwt.. for 14 per cent Lutheran Church will hold their milk, and a butterfat differen- .,spring bazaar on Saturday, June tial of $.082. The excess price to .27. A cookie sale will be held at be paid producers will be $3.55 same time with the proceeds per cwt., with a butterfat dif- "to go to the Sunday school, ferential of $.077. Several 4-H members from the The base price of $4.99 decreas- Lakewood area attended the 4-H ed 23c from the previous month C.~ffvention at Pullman I a s t of April 1953. Factors that con- ~,,eek. Those attending were tributed to this reduction are a ,"Stanley Tate, Betty Ann Olson, daily decrease in Class I sales of Johnny Jacobson, Donald Bar- 4.11 per cent from April 1953, and and Lola Aken. a decrease of 12c per cwt. in the There will be regular churchClass I price from the previous service at the First Lutheran month. Church at 10:30 next Sunday, The major decrease in the av- June 21. erage daily Class I utilization for Mrs. John Sedy, accompanied May 1953, compared to April. by Mrs. Ken Kolpins and Mrs. 1953 was a decrease of 3.64 per Victor Lindal, have returned cent in fluid milk sales in the home from a trip to Great Falls, area, and a decrease of 9.99 per Mont. While there, they en-cent in all sales out of the mar. countered the flood which hit keting area. Cream sales were up that district a few weeks ago. .71 cent and skim milk sales The First Lutheran Sunday up .03 per cent. School picnic was held at Leon- The Grade A production of 73,- ard's park on Sunday. 333.986 pounds of producer milk was the largest since the advent Lovely To Look At And WalkJng's A Joy A Perfect Summer Sadel Ome Strap Square Vamp Pump Busken PI~/ Pens $4.95 er Blue of Federal Order No. 25. This is an increase in producer receipts of 16.88 per cent over April. 1953 and 10.88 per cent over May 1952. Base producer receipts, however, were only 1.53 per cent over April 1953 and 6.31 per cent over May 1952, therefore, the increase in the volume of milk had very little effect upon the base price, but will result in producers being paid for more of their milk at ex- cess prices The average test of producer receipts was 3.976 per cent; this is the first time the av- erage test of producer milk was below 4 per cent: The average test of base milk Sor the month of May 1953 was 3.962 per cent, and for excess milk 4.000 per cent. The percent of base milk used in Class I for May 1953 is 81.34 per cent, compared to 86.11 per cent in April 1953 and 8578 per cent a year ago. .~ -O SILVANA Mrs. Irene Vognild, correspondent. The Salem Ladies' Aid will ~erve strawberry shortcake and have a bake sale at the Silvana Mercantile June 20th. Serving will start at 12 noon on Satur- day. Friends and neighbors called on Mrs. Merit Langsjoen on Sat- urday afternoon to wish her a happy birthday and on Monday afternoon several neighbors vis- ited at Hannah Knutson's home in observance of her birthday. Mrs. Ada Guy of Dayton, Ohio,.Mr. and Mrs. Tom Warnock Maskell, Nebraska, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Chamberlain of Yankton, South Dakota. have been visiting at the Ed Rosen- bach home for a week and Mrs. Mina Bond of Seattle spent the week-end They came to attend the wedding of Marchetta Rosen- bach and Dick Carlson. Mrs. Guy and Mrs. Bond are sisters of Mrs. Rosenbach, Mr. Warnock is a cousin and Mr. Chamberlain a brother. 'On Sunday, June 14, the fam- ily and relatives gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs John Mick- Loop Road 0 about 100 yards pen road, steep for 200 To Monte C " Bear Lake, Lake: rlsto man Lake trails c ] Word from the Verlot ranger ltravel. [station regarding roads and trailsI Work started this [in the Monte Cristo district 'of the Perry Creek Trail The [Mt. Baker National Forest givestof the trail is in" fail ]information on roads and trails: Ipast the first mile an~ [Road Conditions ]work will progress s] Line to the efforts of the Sno- --------------o----" homish county road crew the state of Wash~ road into M~n~,~ rr~et,~ ~ nn,~n tn] Office of Supervisor of W: public travel. This spur of theI naT,c~ nv "A~'"~nEI ]Mountain Loop Highway, like lwA"T~E~R-m~H-T'~i;~L'i-A~ [the section from Perry Creek tO[TXKE NOTICE: r Barlow Pass, is somewhat rough/ That L. C. FREESE 0 in spots but safe to travel if one/Washington on July 30, I$ remembers that it is a one way[~roUunn~ frt~er~hitrotughW~~ road with plenty of turnouts]within the SE[~ of Secti provided. Incidentally meals and[sh.iP. 32N., Range 9 E.W~ mtsn ~3oun~y In the accommodations are obtainable ] ~allons ~er llllnute subie at Monte Crlsto. Constructlonlrights continuously, ea leaves the Verlot end of Loop lpurpse of domestic sUP munlty. rough In spots and, if rams oc-] Any ob~ections must be cur, muddy. Cars can easily tray- Iby a~ two dollar {$2.00). el through the muddy places as and find wlth the Sta~ .... i wa~er ~esources within the road bed is solid This condl- from ...... liC~ . . ~ ua~e oI las1~ pUD tion exmts for a short distance 1953. only. Witness my hand an this llth day of June, 195 Benson Creek Road--Open to CHAS. J. BAB Canyon Lake Trail. state SuperVl~ . Resources. Pilchuck Mountain Road--Open Date of first pub June to Heather Lake Trail. Date of last pub.,"June: De~r Creek Road---Open to Deer ~ ~ Creek Trail. Green Mountain Road--Open. ~" W ~'~,|~n Use it only on week-ends. The u,. ,, ~.,~,~. loaded log trucks are a very def- inite hazard during the week. Fishing Conditions Plenty of fishing but few if any 310 O1 [,arge Gathering at Grrange Session yant Grange met Friday night with 58 present including 4 visitors Mr. and Mrs. Van Me- ter and Mr. and Mrs. Anderson from Sunnycrest Grange. Five new members were given 1st and :2nd degrees. The next meeting will be June 26th, when a degree team from King county will come up and put on the 3rd and 4th degrees. Other Granges are wel- come to bring their candidates up for the degrees. There will be a potluck lunch and all Bryant Grangers are asked to bring ei- ther sandwiches, cake or jello. Call Mrs. Ingham 312J2. Ben Ingham went to the State Grange at WenatChee as dele- gate for Bryant Mrs. Ingham and Mrs. Jess McFarland drove over on Wednesday and took the 6th degree. They report a won- derful time but very hot weather Bryant Juvenile Grange held their first meeting last Friday in the basement of the Grange hall. There were 11 officers and 21 members present Barbara Carlson was elected Home Econ- omics chairman. Edna Brendemuhl and Lavon Rengler took Patricia Peterson, Rosemary Wahleithner, Albert Bowles, Jr., Barbara Brendemuhl and Leigh Brendemuhl to Wenat- chee l~st Thursday to attend the Washington State Grange Juve- nile Session put on in the eve- ning. Bryant Juvenile Grange had thb honor of being intro. duced as the youngest Juvenile Grange in the State, and the of- ficers attending the session were introduced. The group enjoyed the trip even though they found Wenatchee a rather warm place. Miss Nancy Rengler stayed at the Clarence Heimer home while her mother was on the trip. Slender Vmmp S4mdal 111111 Colby Next to Newberry's Mrs. Clayton Turnipseed is do- ing fine after her operation and expects to be home-soon. Ed Brendemuhl called from[ Anchora4ge last Tuesday. He had[ just returned from Name and Kotzebue. He said Alaska is aw- fully warm. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Prather are the ha~py parents of a son born June 3"at the Everett General Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Sofus Gilbert and family have moved to Ca- mano Island, where he has em- ployment in a mill. Strawberry picking seems to be in full swing around the country, growers are hoping for sunshine. l~_r. and Mrs. J. B. Thomsen ~pent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Haddenham near Edmonds. Mrs. Joe Wagner is gaining quite fast at present Mr. Wagner was taken .quite ill last Wednes-~ day but is improving. Their daughter, Mrs. W. P, Alvick of Seattle. is taking care of them at present Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sims of Seattle were up to the Art Fuller- ton home Sunday afternoon to visit Mrs. Sims' mother, Mrs Margaret Hoshaw. Mr. and Mrs Frank McFar- land, Virginia Hull and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Scranton were Sun- day dinner guests at the Howard elson, in observance of Mr. Mick- Heaven home. elson s birthday. A potluck din-[ A beautiful part collie and ner was served at noon with]part police dog has adopted the birthday cake and coffee in the Brendemuhl family. Although afternoon. Those present were:]she is very friendly and well Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mickelson]liked, anyone owning her may and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clar-~eome and get her as "Prince," ence Mickelson and family, Mr.lthe Brendemuhl dog, doesn't and Mrs. Otto Mickelson and,quite approve of an intruder. family, all of Seattle, Mr. and[ Jack King was taken to Har- Mrs. Bernard Miekelson and[borview Hospital in Seattle Man- family of Everett, Mr. and Mrs. day for treatment. Christ Mickelson, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dalseg and family of Mt. Vernon, Mr and Mrs. Oddvar Elshaug and family of Lake- wood, and Mr. and Mrs. Carston Larson and family of Silvana. Joe Husby Improving Mr. Joe Husby is recuperating at home after a fall from a lad- der during silo filling June first. All his friends and neighbors wish him a speedy r~covery. ARCHIE NE EL;I~ IN KETCHIKAN Archie Neeley, an old-time mill fireman, writes his friend E. T. Childs from Ketchikan, Alaska, stating that he was fortunate enough to find employment at his trade, firtng in a sawmill upon arrival at Ketchikan. two Mr. Neeley left here about months ago. chikan, Alaska, who. has been staying with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James Gallaugher, R. 2, Arlington, during the school term, left Seattle via United Air Lines Saturday to spend the sum- mer vacation with her folks. graduates of the University of Michigan this year. Commencement exercises were held at Ann Arbor Saturday, June 13. Miss Anderson received a B. A. degree. There were seven Wash- ingtonians among the graduates. IT'S GOOD NEWS! And ye shall hear of wars and rumors of wars: see that ye be not troubled: for all things must come to pass, but the end is not yet. 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Power Steering available on all models. ... -........:.:.:.:.~.~ ." ':" ':'*' "" " ..... ~ -~ .:v :: ~: : :?;:;i?i!~!i:!: :?i: :?i?~:::':*" :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: The striking new one of 16 in 3 great new MORE PEOPLE BUY CHEVRoLET$ THAN ANY OTHER CAR [ PHONE 871 - ARLINGTON, WASH. Phone 250W3 MARGARET HITE, supervisor of the Arlington exchange, West Coast Telephone Co., shakes hands with G. E. Kreiger, vice-president of the company, who had just presented her with a cer- tificate for twenty years of service. The presentation was made at a Supervisors' conference held fish taken All the waters in the in ~verett June 5. Others receiving twenty-year certificates were (from left) Elsie Pollock, Everett; Monte Cristo District of the Mt. Arlington, Ett$ Peterson, Richmond Beach ; "Julia Donovan, Everett, and D. E. Starkweather of Everett, at Mrs. Baker National Forest were ex- cessively high due to the down- Hite's left. ' . - HOURS - ~~ .... pour of rain. 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 Trail Conditions Closed 2 ]es MICHIGAN GRADUATE ]~]~VA]kTT Donna Peterson, daughter of .... Canyon Creek Trail--Open ~or ......... . .......... ~vlary Lou Anoerson, R. 5, Ar- three miles. Evenings by ~v~r ano wrs Leo reterson ~er Alice Thomsen " , " lington, was one of the 4823 Canyon Lake Trail ~ Beginsi