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PAGE SIX THE A " RLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASttINGTON, THURSI)AY, JULY 2, 1953. Mrs. Horace Enyeart, The Seventh ar~nual Timber hart, the lady with the suitcase Bowl celebration started at 1:30 were the two funny men. p. m. Friday, June 26th with a Ward Olson and Ronnie Adam,: Little League baseball game, rode a bicycle built for two that which Darrington lost to Ever-they mado, themselves. An out ett's league leading team 13 to 8. of town entry of interest was ~ Darrington plays with Marysville two engined model T fire truck at Marysvilte, July 11th. After with six wheels, two steerin~ the game there was a "Hay wheels and ran in either dir. Scramble" for the children• There ection, y was money and tickets for rides (Report on parade prizes willI at the carnival, to be found in be foun:l in the first page story.'] the hay• The judges for the Kiddies Par- At 8 p. m. Friday the coronation ado were Leah Reece, Kathrvn] of the queen was held in the new Bates and Helga Edwards• Log/ community building. The cur- Loads, Theodore Klement, Cliff-i onation stand was beautifully ............ ", .- , ~ :)ro lungate ana ~oD till[On Jr• deeoratea with trees ann ierns a,,,,i ......... 1.,-¢;f.~A ...... : and six log blocks designating zations and industrial floats. each of the previous Timber Bowl C.pnrc, o Andor~nn L~.wronoo W'rv celebrations and one huge block, and rM JVl'~rc.h [~omocl.,., f|o~t~ • ' d the con's " ......................... ~ ...... standing behm. .. qu ~ -rod unclassified forest products, throne representing a tugger ann , " - ~ob Hilton St., Ebert Pearson and better Timber Bowl for 1953• The Leo Miller• estimated attendance was over 800 persons• The one side of Phil Brandner of Portland. Oregon formerly of Bellingham. bleachers, that were finished, were filled, and additional chairs and who never misses a Timber were placed on the mainfloor and Bowl, was Master of Ceremonies, still there were many standing•also on the review stand photo- ~raphers from the Everett Her- Fire Chief Orville Pearson 'ex- ald, Arlington Times and one ~ained the purpose of the Tim- 0hotographer who flew out from r Bowl and the community Dearborn, Michigan to take building project, and introduced :fictures of the Timber Bowl• Bill Mayor Walter Bates. The Mayor Enyeart thanked everyone for gave a welcoming speech to the their parade entries which made crowd and introduced Stan Bore- the parade such a success• After the parade the Cascade Hillbillies of Kenney's Barn at son of radio and television, as Master of Ceremonies• The queen wearing a white gown and red robe, and her prin- eesses, dressed in pastel gowns entered, walking up the steps to the throne. The procession was led by Jacqueline Miles, followed by the four princesses Pat Smith, $unia Morris, Emma Masin and Wilton Phillips, next came queen Snohomish played good old barn dance music in Run Bauguess new building• River Events At 2 p. m. the events took place on the Sauk River• In the Indian canoe exhibition Leo Brown, 74 years old and Mike Favin poled Jo Anne Jones with Kay Loren-the large canoe up the ripples men and Sharon Black carrying and Jackson Harvey about 68 the train• eears old and Martha Favin about 76 years old poled the The queen was crowned and small canoe• The water was very well kissed by Stan Boreson. He rough and full of large boulders. played and sang several songs ,~ w ................. • t a~ ~euu to nave oeen better for which he has become so well ................. • u,an ever oeiore, t:narue un- known. The presentation of the. derwood of Darrington put" on me'- souvenir bowls to the queen anu tree to--in exhibiti -" - her princesses' was made by turned oPuPt ~er-- inter?P': wnmn - , y e~ung ov Jaequeline Miles who stole the,showin ..... - I" g some OT me r.ougner show with her curtsies 'sides of lo ..... - .-. . • ,,....,,u gglng wnen me top OT Stan ~emington. sang. Trees,~., I the tree started '*to ~au .... in" "-me op- aecompani,ed b.y lvlrs, harry t~.a- posite direction from which he warns at ine piano. Mrs. dlmnlle .)la---~ .... ~ ] ~ .aeu• ne maae an unaercu,~ An,.,erson played for t ae proces- ~o free his saw, which was sional, caught in a bind and let the top Cozo~tion Ball The Coronation Ball was held in the same building and started about 10 p. m. A four-piece or- chestra featuring Stan Boreson and his accordion• Even though it was quite chilly in the hall, due to the ineompleted building, there was a very large crowd and everyone seemed to be hay- ing a marvelous time. Cbiklr en's Parade fall. A tree falling exhibition fol- lowed the tree topping. Ht~rry Gladsjo Winner The main street events at 5 ~. m. were held in town. Harry Gladsjo of Darrington won the! :State Championship Trailer I Backing contest in 1 minute and 50 seconds with no penalties• He received $25 and a cup. He com- peted against, about nine othe., contestants. streets were lined with spec- tators~ The Kiddies Parade came first with,, Becky Jones winning first pri:e in decoraled bicyclez, Wayne Pollard was second an0, Mary Ann Christopher, third• Tary Gall Lewis won first prize The parade -~tarted at 11 a. m - ,- - I -- -- 2 _ ~atumay and almou~n tile World Ph,,~nla,, l^a h, ..~... weather was a httte wet t e • ' ,Paul Searls of Castle Rock wor the prize'of $100 and a cup in ] minute and 47 seconds in the State Championship log bucking contest. Mrs. Jean Page of Dar- rington and her partner won the women's lo~ bucking contest of in the Pet parade with her little $25. Clyde Messer of Darrington won in the Power Saw eonte~t. I dog riding in a decorated doll The drawing for the new 1953~ buggy Anne and Dlanne Long - . " . ..' Pontiac was made at about 8 30 .... cousins won seconflprize wire.. ..~ .+ .~^ ~+ ..... q.... ,., ~e1 • 1 • ~'" i" n 13• 111. {It tll~ llLtet~.t Oil ltl tit | their two little goats• l~e I oop- • • - .... v"--" - center of town. A dlsmterestedl er won tnlra prize ~ lid his (log norc,,- ¢--,~ ~,,o 0~,.,..~ ,,,.= o.t.~, rmmg m tne oasKet o~ nls ............ r " to volunteer to do the drawmg i recycle. Elwen ~treet won t[st for the ticket. The name ~,asI , prize in the character floats w~th ,'hacked b,, four neonle and their ."bugs and butterflies," Chancey Tohenaar o[Da~rington] ~e~OllCI prize went [o me olg ap- was the very ha,)nv'winner pie and lhl d prize went ~o the • • " :: :. . : .... At dark a beautiful display of l ~vo little glt'lS In me Danny SaltS.I flro~x~orlr,~. ~,xz:~c =~t off on (~.r~lr] [ Th~ main parade started wlthl,,:~, ...... :~_:~'{Z .... ned" I • -,. t~.l[l. I.t was orighL~lly plan re ! the Color Guard from Paine ] leld.I ~et them off on the ton of White There ~x ere five bal~(t¢ a women's " • - ' .... ,Ir~ore Mountain but the weather auxiliary drill team, severa~leonditions were unfavorable. I loads of ~hort logs and long log= • ," " .. '_, "lThe big celebration came to a l and o~e Load of pflmg tne~e - ' " ' . ". ' ~e~ose with another dance at the l were business unclassi~iea or-leo munit .......... I • ...- ' , _ _ ' . u ~ y ouHcllng. ]ne estl- an']zauon comedy and In- I t g . , , , .....mated attendance at the two, dustrial floats also unemsslnea~1 ..... ' . . ~, . I r ances eomDlnea, was between forest proaucts pageant more130n anal 1 00a load¢ of lo s machinery an ~, ,. . .. a. I The Western Shows carnival eqmtment and aavertlslng~ne ".; " " ~' was o,)en during the Timber queen's float was reallyout- Powl The Explorer Scouts had a standing ai~l drew many race dunking concession, the Boy compliments. The float, a mini- Scouts ~old pop and the Camp- at~re logging scene with a small fire Girls sold souvenir ribbons. ;i!;i i: ! #; :ii Queen of the Timber Bowl is poised as if to climb the spar tree on the Queen's Float, Timber Bowl parade.--Times Photo. The Old Garden Well was one oI the features of the Darrington Garden Club float at the Tim- ber Bowl parade.---Times Photo• Standard Oil Co. float, Darrin Timber Bowl.~Times Photo. donkey, on the gooneneck of the lOW boy, a spar tree, all rigged up, in }he center and a huge log block, with Darrington Timber I~,vl and a mountain in the background on each side, stood on Lhe back. The queen was standing at the foot of the tree in bell and spurs, her belt still around the tree, the four prin- ~s were resting with their various working tools. The float was covered with cedar and hem- lock boughs, maple leaves and moss. all brought in from the surrounding forests. The parade lasted about one hour. Boyd Cube, the sailor and Chuck Barn- Due to the news having to be in early this week I was unable'to . , get the visitors' and other news, f~ougnnan Logg[ng Co. uses but will try to get them all next were friglRenect~a-~up week. but none seriously injured• Auto Accidents " "------- There were two automobile ae-] (Received too late for last cidents on Saturday. A beautiful week-'s issue)" ViMtin~ at tho BUICK was uamageo, quite GaUl. home of Mrs. G"eWel Miller of near Fortson when it hit a light Bennettville, over the week-end pole• The two occupants were of June 20 and 21, were her three not injured• The accident occur-sons, Mr. and Mr~ La Verne red at about 11 a.m. The other Johnson anti daughte: Karen oz accident happened on the Moan- Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd John- tain Loop road about 6 p.m. when son of Everett and Mr. and Mrs• the car went over a bank and Val Johnson and children, Dick was demolished." The occupants and Patty, of Darrington. Also Interested spectators watch Timber Bowl parade. -- Times Photo. South End Smokeaters ha ve fun at the Timber A Green Worm.on roller skates enters Timber Bowl Times Photo. lif • BRYANT VICT( Alice Thomson Ill Mrs. Lynn . Phone 250W3 ]1]correspondenr~ CANDIDATES INITIATED ' Monday guests at t Grange met at the hall Friday, Baldwin home Were Dr June 26 with 130 present, and about 40 at the juvenile Grange. The all-girl degree team from King county did a wonderful job of putting on the 3rd and 4th de- ~.~rees for 16 candidates. Twelve Granges were represented at the meetting. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Baekman and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kronholm and Mitchell, all of Anacortes, and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hovik of Marysvil!e visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hovik and Mr. Mike Kronholm Sunday. The next Auxiliary meeting ,viii be July 8 at the Grange hall an:l will be o~)en to the public. It will be a canning demonstration. There will be a pot luck lunch. ! Will whoever ordered 1 Doz i sacks for the Bryant Grange • -lease get in touch with the H. S. Robinson and Vancouver, B.C. Mr. and Mrs. and family of Mar Saturday evening Baldwins• Pvt. Dale Baldwin bus Tuesday to in California• Mr. and Mrs. Al Tuesday morning for and called Mrs. Pigo day that they had On Monday Mr. and Pigort of Snohomish Mr. and Mrs. Frank Los Pigort has been list for some time but be in a wheelchair no Mr. and Mrs. Usa Mi boys of St. Johns Sl~ days last week with Parrish family. Mr. and Mrs. Lynl Home economics chairman. and Doris visited at Also please make a special ef-~derson home Sunday ~ fort to get the coffee bands in Mrs. Anderson's sister, right away. We still have a chance to get the coffee urn. hind, of Seattle, was The Grandview Recreation Con- for the day. ter will hold their annual picnicl at Kayak Point, Sunday, July 12,1County 4-H Fair with pot luck lunch. Coffee andI ice cream will be furnished. Bring/ ;our own utensils. ,Set for Aug. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thomson en- oyed Sunday dinner at the Har- old Husby home on R. 2 E. Stan- rood. Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Velm'or Thomson and sons Jimmie and Leroy and Mrs. Kate Pa:tie of Mansfield, and Mr. and Mrs. Les. Haddenham and Shar- on from Edmonds arrived. On Monday afternoon Mrs. Rue En- his of Bellingham and Mrs. Adam Dunlop of Parkwater, Wash•, came for a few days' visit• Mr. and Mrs. Charles Haddenham. of !Mr. Vernon were Monday even- ing callers. Mrs, Albert Bowles and chil- Snohomish County members are looking the coming of next r~ they will hold their a~ burnish County 4-H : dates this year haze lected as August 20, 2: will be held this year ricultural Center Marysville. This is a in the 4-H Club vear member awaits, a'nd it member a chance to of the results of his or dren left Saturday evening for Spokane for a week's visit with her parents• O Victoria 4-H Saves'Scrap Iron The Victoria 4-It group has been busy lately• A roller skat- ing party was held and enjoyed. At this time I would like to thank the parents who transported us there. We have ordered T-shirts with our club name on them, which ,re have received. The boy~ and girls are all busy tom of scorin~ or with their projects.. Getting. them by each exhibit Centennial memo in their Timber Bowl ttoat.---Times Photo. ready for the various fairs, based on a perfect score C-~rrol t{o-be.s--~n o~ ----~n ~h~344 They are now planning a scrap It is expected that EveretL who is spending a week] KILLOUGH CLEANERS iron and garbage drive in the number of the aobroxi~ with Dick and Patty. Mr. andI for near future. Please watch paper members in SnohomiS Mrs. Alfred McKenzie and faro-I EXPhRT CLEANIN° for date. So please' saveyour will enter exhibits at tl il.y.of Lowell were also SundayI ........ __ ....... ~,,u scrap iron, folks, fair. The public is inVit visitors I ~ou l~ v ----- 4-H Club members ~ "-" I SELL l ~---l e, e any artlchCLIFFORD LARSON, Reporter. these exhibits and see ww*wn. ~n !1' of furniture, not In use, try ~ Times classllled a~ gm re during th'e year• -~ nmtop ,J-n Wime~ clas,~ified ad ~ults Phone 49,3. Smith. - Plans tor Fair works, as well as portunity to each mere ter the various contests connection with the fair. Exhibits will be the projects being ca~ the members. Some clude dairy, clothing, garden, poultry, food tion. The articles or tered will be ribbons"and cash given the winners. will be judged on the tern, which means articles in the same be considered by the Blue Ribbon articles. is popularly known as ish System, and in fact "The Hilltop Group" of the Sil- vana 4-H girls, met at the home of Irene Wahl on the evening of ~ael~trorn-~ammerly l:toat m 'r~mber Bowl b arade.---Times Photo. June 23rd. Before the meeting. Irene gave a demonstration on Shortcake. The following girls who went to State 4.H Camp at Pullman: Mar- tha Gruwell, Janiel Ratekin, Irene Wahl, Iiv Storwick, and Ar- lene N~ysether, reported that they had a very good time over there. A short discussion was held on the outcome of the Joint Program which was held not long ago/ A discussion was held on whether or not we should have a special meeting where each mem- ber would bring her baking, ~vhich she did not bring to form- er meetings• It was decided that! we would. Also a discussion was held on the coming Fair which will be held in August. For the next meeting, everyone l is to bring muffins. I [ After the meeting, a deliciousl t lunch was served by Mrs. Wahl. I I LIV STORWICK, reporter. I m