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; ill.her at. their apartment ;t ot~l for the relatives and Ge~Who had come to the com- M.al~lent. The Everett Tilands s t.h~ining in Bellingham for a l lLVeett will be the director :, CiViCS and teach algebra at pa.fi~+ "gh School. of__tL.A * * * Bri~*!! N CRADLE ROLL Anne Meugniot Phone 152J1 )7b~D ATTEND~ CHILDREN'S CAMP -~ren. from Arlington" who ha~la~d cMar~In~Ef TiI antd ~nd' are att;ndihgl the Free_aged?et hd}2t tei~~ 9 to 1~, ~o ass this week, are R~r, er~r andBren- langley, Joyee Valiant and Jeannette Becktell. Mr. E. B. Sey- mour, who is the boys' teacher at the camp, took them down Mon- day and will bring them back Saturday. MISS FISCUS WED Arlington friends of Mr. and Mrs. Louis R. Fiscus will be in- terested to learn that their !daughter, Mary Louise. married Mr. Dennis Gordon Carlson Tues- THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 19 '+ _ . J_, OOo PAGE FIVE Foresters Reseed Cut-Over Lands "Forest Service crews recently completed the planting of about ~8,000 young Douglas-fir and Pa. cific silver fir tree seedlings on the Monte Cristo District of the[ Mt. Baker National Forest," states Rar~ger Ed. Anderson. "This forest of the future was sel out on 155 acres of recent cut. over land in the Schweitzer Creek drainage as dart of a t~lanned Program to keep the National Forest lands in continuous pro. duction. The mature and often e,+o+,'~ ::treet Grocery ~formerly II l n ! P.U am'+ .ow +,,.der new}marie/ , l eece management. O--en 9 a.m. to 9tf~ ll~ * . l~* p. m." Seven days a week. t" varrm~xon, vles corner .ore CathoI Marie Re;ce 1/c Church 'rington, died Wednesday morn- ttAY BALEING. Sliced wire bales Phone Marysville 2600. PICKERS WANTED -- Swimme Bros. Pickup at Thee. Swimme'r County Garage, Fountain, Li- ons Park. Start picking June 22. Phone Marysville 3138, Arling- ton 278J3. FOR SALE,----'48 Ford V8 Supe~ Deluxe. 124 West Ave. Phone 112. FOR SALE---6-year-old crib. Ex- over-mature timber is harvested~ cellent condition. Phone 3271 in an' orderly manner, the abner- mornings or after 5. real fire hazard created by tbe FO'-R--~~E~..Mill-~ood~"--a-~e~---~r logging is reduced to normal, fir. Also kiln dried shavings, and then, immediately, the next fir sawdust. Phone 247W2. crou is started. Mother nature car ......... and often does reseed a logged- off area. However, poor and in- frequent seed crops along with climatic conditions all too fie- ing in the Arlington hospital, af- ter a brief illness. Mrs. Reece was born in Everett on Dec. 22, 1901, and had lived her entire life in Snohomish county, 33 years at Darrington. She is survived by her husband Jerry W. Reece at home, 2 sons, Judson at home, Eddie, barring- ton; two daughters, Mrs. Betty Francis, Bryant; Mrs. Jannette Nations, Darrington; one sister, Mrs. Bessie Cook, Everett; 10 grandchildren I Funeral serv!ces wall be held at 2 p. m. Saturday at the Bap- tist church, in Darrington, Rev. Chas. Brown officiating. Rurial will be in Darrington cemetery. SPECIAL