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PAGE TWO THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, -WASHINGTON, TtlURS., JULY 12, 1951. - I 1~ ..... ' L~.'_|J h-_. I~ .....L.*---- N-L... ] .............. of Victoria, B. C., accompanied attended a birthday party ~or] [York to become a xarmera rnmu uay a~rauua llUtC~ J l ~rl~I~'~_JNWOOD their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Phil-: their daughter, Mrs. Ed. Barnett[ ............ I-ets involved with Thursday Julv 19 From Monte Cnsto" ][ ip Widmeyer, to visit the Gust in Everett Saturday evening. "l'H~ I~I~.~V|~ [ .~ T,~a b the [J Goldsberry Johnson, corr. Zaretzkes Friday The Richters Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. [happiness cearSot be ......... n ~. ~ . [[ Phone rl minted several days wlth the]Lloyd Amundsen, Mr and Mrs] "C}noratinn Pacific" on Ts [ ther' xnen The v~. ........ , ........... hur_- o .. s e. _ se. ~uyal,up, ju,y ' :ha e danger msmet I qogenes may now put Widmeyers IMax Barnett, Mr. and'Mrs Wal-'l lay and Friday, with John Waynelestlng mdehghts on where to best put pho p " During the period of hot, dry[t lantern--we nave found ! Mr. and Mrs. Don Hale and]lace Barnett and children. . ....... [a model. Good direct tilizers---thats one of the many weather which we had duripg]ttest man. He is Martin Pe children enjoyed a day at the Mrs. Amelia Zaretzke enter- ]n me leading role as aosuDma-]ing" Land Turner a[ things visitors to the Western ~e na~t two weeks we found]S , a well known Arlin~ beach at Canine Island State]tained at dinner Sunday for Mr.Irine commander, gives an excel:lland star in this pie Washington Experiment Station the eople who visited the Men-Jr n but read on: Miss ] Park Sunday. ]and Mrs. Ed. Barnett, Mr. and lent and absorbing picture Oil Tuesday and here can learn July 19. te Cristo District of the Mt Baker]I lg lost her purse contair Mrs Johnny Butts and her]Mrs- John Amundsen, Mr. and]submarine warfare and life on aIbrin~ "The Miniver As part of the Annual Farm- National Forest most cooper-[~ um of money and some w mother' Mrs. Glen Simkins, were[Mrs. Lloyd Amundsen, Mrs. Irene]submarine: The warmly human[ed a~ having audien~ ers' Field Day and Open House ative. The great concern of all[~ e.papers, on .the down;t! guests of Mrs. P. L. BrentnelllJohnson. [note struck .oy me rescue OZlpeople from 12 up. 0 at the Station, F. T. TremblaYlwas fire and what they could do[S ;ets, during the 4th ceieJSaturday evening. Mrs. Buttsl Mrs. Ira Parsons, Mrs. Elsie[nuns anu cn)luren zrom a .naZ:las to its entertaim will tell about his experiments to prevent it. This spirit is most[t L Andthough (hope spri left for San Diego Sunday to]Howell, Miss Etta Lang and a raous spot is ~m, am~amea[but it is definitely ( with hos horus Tremblay is in mmendable and we want to e real) she naa oegun ~o tr "oin her husband IMrs J W Johnson took the mrougnout me film. lne story OIImentaI side being P P co . ] ..... , ~, x~harge of the soils department at thank the folks who used the[~ would be lucky to find Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Souther-llong way around to the Straw-l.th.e heros attempt to wm baCklMrs" Miniver's arrar the Station. He's found that most ltrails' camps, lakes, and riVers]t 'se and papers minus mo~ mark drove to Sedro-Wooiley to/berry festival at Mr. and Mrs. E.[n.ls mvorcea wlze aaas a roman- / leave her family pr, Wqmtern Washington soils lack for their help Given a few hot]( .~arded somewhere, when visit Mrs. Joe Nemo Sunday.[W. Soper's Friday evening The]tm thread to me plot. ]pily settled at the ~ough phosphorus to grow theldry days, the woods will be in]~ s informed by Mr. Carpel Mrs. Nemo has been ill two t grounds are so spacious and the] The double bill for Saturday]foredoomed death. 'blmt fruit, vegetable, or for, ageithe dangerous condition it was, l( Fhe Times it had been tar weeks and had been removed to helpings of shortcake so gener-lis "The Desert Hawk," a stilted[ c~ops. So he's been trying to find land again we will ask you to be]i to him by the finder, Ma a hospital. She may have to un-leas, it is no wonder their festival[Western in Oriental garb, re-[ the mvst effective and efficient I extra careful. [l erson.~aiss~.angis ~ dergo surgery, is becoming a legend, deemed somewhat by maginiIi-I u I I A /,,~-.. way to get additional phosphor- [l~nd Cnndition [~ teful. The Southermark's house has[ Mrs. Cecil Preston visited herlcent costumes and technicolor~ [] [ (~ ~" ~, lm to the plants I- A,----~ :"-~ds in the district are] ~Ir. and Mrs. Ray West , a new roof mother, Mrs. Anna Watkins, in'photography; and the M.G.M.[ [ // [ 1 \ ~ "-~ There are many differnt kinds ~,o~d'. ~F~he Mountain Loon High-/purchased the old Fairbanks~ Johnny Lath[ joined his class-IEverett Monday. ]story, a hlm about the m0wes| ] [ k~ \ I~..L~-~ Of ohosohate fertilizers, Ttem-17. ,. "~.,~ he,,, ~,,,,~,~,, ~" ,,~nt| place about five years ago, have lmates of the Free MethodistI Mr. and Mrs. Harry Car]~onlneing made by M.G.M., which is] I[ ~0 /|~ "7" J. bla~;says. Rock phosphate, mono-[~[~ ~'~,~',~ ,~'"~'n,~"t-h~:[finally succeeded in their ef-IJunior boys Sunday school classland Mr. and Mrs. Lonny Bird highly recommended by the lo-| ] ~, [ V~ ]|,' ';) -~. calcium ohosohate (superphos-I~'~" ~'..~':~::~,~, ,=:'~;~ ~,:~'~[forts to get electricity. The line:in a picnic with*their instruct-|Sunday dinne guests of the J. W.~cal theatre management and] I ,~ ~J.] | fl l~hate), and ammonium phos-I~,~om~ tn he h~tter than travel-]m coming ]n across the river or, Mr. Wilbur Carter, at Wen-IJohnsons. should be interesting to mowe| J~~/,~m~.~ ",hate are a few All vary inl: ........ 7~.-: .......... |from Jordan road, and will belberg Park at Lake Goodwin Sun-lLa~t Week's News [fans. [ ~~z~'=~n " lers expected, juuglng zrom ru- . . . ,, . ,, ,. ability to dissolve in water, and ,,errs ~,iven us by neonle who/hked up as soon as their home day. The boys enjoyed an after- g~s Ardell Amundsen. was] A Life of Her Own, Sunday/ [,~1~,~.~" some aer easier for certain plants ]lave u~sed the ro~d Tho~e neople|is wired There are several oth- noon of games, boating and feted on her 16th birthday, July', and Monday, tells the story of a| to use than others One of the[ ....... " ...... ~" ~- -/er homes in that area that wouldlswimming [1 at her home by her parent~ tsmall-town ~,irl who goes to Newl " " . WhO expect me highway to ue a . . " I ' ~" major projects of the soils de- Iboulevard will be disannointed ]benefit greatly from electrm~ty [ Mr. and Mrs. Claude Damaske Mr. and Mrs. John Amundsen;] ........... ' - ,~,~ment is to test the various l-- _ ' . ..'-y. .... :/We hope they too will soon get lwith their parents, Mr and Mrs[Mr and Mrs Philip Wed~neyer __ __~ __ _ .~ ~"~" tt is, however, in excellent Shape . , ' ." " . . types of phosphate to find which for a ~,ravel surfaced, mountain[ ~t. I G. A. Lee, of Peshastm, and Mr.land grandson Grant Pomdexter, dl~.~|lllll[l[ ~|| ~[lflU~l~gW | /~ ones are best for various crops, road " ] Mr. and Mrs. Estle Sundquist, IandMrs. A. J. Solver and familYIMr, and Mrs. Lloyd,Amundsen, ~--~-....-~ ~ mjffv.~m ~;~, .....~.^~..~, .... ,,^.+~...~ " lwith her ,~arents Mr and Mrs lot ~amonas went to the wen-~r, and ~rs. ~u barnett aria, ~,~ h .... ~,,~o~, t~o,~ ..... t~i,~ hlah [Fishln~ C lad /W C ('adds of Everett have re-[berg State Park for a p~cmc the]son, Casey. Mrs. Kenneth John-[ .~~ ==.~" Y..~.:'..~'2.\~..2""~.~:~.~'.':: "=:~::" I The South Fork of the Stilla-[ t~ned~from'Loon Lake' a fisher-[4th. In the afternooff they motor- son and son Kenny. Mrs. Amelia' ~ ~ . ~.~. ......... ] ...... | man's -'aradise in Canada led o e to Camano Island to m-]Zaretzke and Arlene Hansel. . [[~. ~~. ~.. ~trles, strawoerrles anu DlaCK- pnorus Ior a toO-year supply can ~, , , * , =~1~:.~ ..... ~,~io~ t .... i~ ...... ~ ,~,~ ~ .... ..~. ~ ........ ,m, .... n./where they snent nearly a week[SPect the property, recently par-t The Holm family Bill Ed Dick] ~ ~' .: ~.::~ .................. s,, ~, ...."['~ic~a~[o~'a's "'were :r~ffad-on~'"ne~v/enjoy.ing the'trout fishing lchased by the Solvers. A beachlEllen and Mr. and Mrs. Earll ~iiiiiiii~ ~~'~ P " ate , "" lot with a beautiful view Holm and family with Mrs Hel. ':"~;ii!i : ; [~~1~'1~'~ plantings to get the phosph [ Mr. and Mrs. Rmhter and son[ Mr a,~n ~n, uo,d,~,, b ...... ,~1,~.~ ~- .... ,, .,,,.~t..,,~ o oo~,~,~. ~i~i~I ~] ' UpWhnos;~orerstneaynot ~ove far-]~n~idlreturned to thei'r home in Spring-]Island at the holm beach cabin, ii!iii~,~- !~~~ ~ . . [~,,~, ~,~,, ~ ~,~h ~ ...... h,~o it]erably belowGold Basin. Thelfield, Ore. July 5 after visiting Sunday. ~ :~~ ................................. wi h M ................... rl[/~M~/~]~ [~ ~,on T~,~h~ .... ~v~ it de.[warm, dry weather lowered the[ t rs. Howards parents, Mr.I John Anderson and hm i~i~:~:".~.~ ;~\~ ~" ~'~'~'~ I ~~,~,~" th'~""~i'~,~.t-~ "Cnn-]stream a great deal Good catchesI and Mrs. Cecil Preston, for five ldaughters Joyce and Mrs. Genel ~ ~!ii~~.~ . . I~" .... X .... ;~ ~". ...... -'~" .~-~-~of nice fish have been reportedldays They took ell[e, theirIBackstrom, and her infant daugh-I ~~i~;i~~~ ~I;~qu:2~tlY'tP2~P~r::t:nul~in~[from below Verlot through the]daughter home. She had been/ter visited the John AmundsoflsI ~~~ I ......................... ,.. ,,his[ Stillaguamish canyon Flies lvisitingher grandparents for Saturday Joyce Anderson is Le- ~~ THURS FBI, JHLY 12 13 I lt qUlCKly anu convelz~cntxy, x / , " , " "" " " ' .............. nC Should be good since the wading l five weeks I under s fiancee ~ ~~##~ OSlHOn varies With Olzlere | .. , , " :': :: ::':;~.. IP ........ r i----rtant red nnsnerman can now cover thel Earl Williamson came home] Mr and Mrs Gerald Sherman,] ~~.~ "Operation Pacific"I 'l~h:;/~:c~/~zeP!P!er~he~tthfl Ta vdUm: i I ~SM~m~" sPMo:n~@,Ge~In]~, sauRn;d~Mr~(~a~k:~gabh!ir element is tied up by other ele- a g ", " P Y "l ::::~:~::~i~ii:i-"i~J~iiiii!ii!~? lhrhriial N~al- John Wayne [mentsinthe soil when broadcast, lus: Wehave .had no reports on]sons parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. T. naugh at the Sherman cottage ' ....................at it ,~a~e Iisning It snouia ~e goou in~t~oates, anu in me evening view-~ iisning ana picnicking ~ and me plants can t get " Screen Song [ ......... be[the early morning and evening I~d the wonderful fireworks dis- Mrs Ira Parsons spent Friday[ ~ | u rnospnate ierunzers may t .... , I,~on~-~m-~,~v,~ -r "ta,,~ed''l'rrmJt ~onditions " [play'at Green Lake. night in Everett visiting her[ |] ~ ..... _~_..,..~.__ t.,.._ t-_ 1| ~1tsy2""~'~me ...... use or~:'speclal~' y " electro" ~' ni-Ic "tim lower end of Can-on: Lake! Mrs .... Anna Lake, Mr and Mrs I friends the J ,M" Hermans.. II r,ozta xotu? II [ .... v -nt * theltrail is dangerous to use due toIJ M Herman and daughter, of[ Mrs Parsons nephew, George, II fc~t. ~rL rMictblo ele~a- II S~T, ULY 14 equipment the me eme o~ " " J I ....... an]logging o-erations in that area [Everett Mrs Elsie Howell, of Ambrose, who has been home II .n~-. II i tagged phosphorus atom c 1 .1 ....: ... . , ...... , . DOUBLE BILL b........ IOllOWeQ in me plan~t. x'~hus~ An alternate trail will be avail-n nemngnam, and ~vnss Etta J~ang~ zrom r~orea mree. weegs, and: I! .7 ..... " II [o..,~..,,~, .... ,,~,, ~ ...... h[able to nubli use within w [spent the 4th with Mrs Ira Par- Mr and Mrs Sidney Ambrosel II shirts rig/at . . . put proper II -- ww w ,, Iphosphorua the plant takes fromlweeks. The trails to Heather, Isons- _ ...... [stopped off from a trip to II t ress "trt slcteks and iaekets! Ii m m"~--~.~ m-~ ~*.~ ~ tm ..... n ~'-w muchlBear Boardman and Evan Lakes I ~ar an~ mrs oon t~ale and mt J~aKer ~unaay to visit with II .... ..... k__,. ,_ II ~,1~0~;, L aau~A [from ~reso'i~;Trem~blay"expi'ains.[ and Lake..22 are open and inlch]ldHrae~l ~Omaed acgrOUatP t~fe Go~-Jh~r. mT::Ytahad a good day on I[ xao-*, c xota.a, com~ so~a~;~ to ]l lr~nn De" rio -" -at- -- n I In addition to the soils work,/gooa conamon. The Perry Creek] P ... .P .... "l . . . " ...... I[ you ngnt on ume.., no dry- II e ~a , ~lcn a r~igee e[~th~r donartrn~nt~ ~f th~ .~tatlnnltrail is ooen for foot travelers/er t~roeze plcmc grounds July ~.I zvlr. and ~rs. clauue oamasKe II ,-1.~v .lb~lv ~ II I ~;~7%.':~.~-~':~.~2={.~ ::'ff T.:-:'~:'| for about t'hree miles It has be-en| Mrs. P. L Brentnell visitedl went swimming at Lake Good- I~r~L- I1~ /~ H ~&_._. 1, ]gtess for inspection July 19. Thelbrushed but fallen timber hasl MrS'wy~rn..F]sher, daughter offwm Saturday to beat the heat. II II t ~een removed war~urtons at me ar o |ill~ 111.~11.11. otgry /entire staff of over 20 researchlnO . The trail to - ; " ~ . P - . , II robe upkeep, too.., we do II " ............. 'Mt Diekerman has not been~ entre home ~unaay t Times ctassirie~ads get re ml ........ lu i spemallsts wui oe avaname toi " Ml and " " '" [ " "" "'-----'---'------'--'" Idiscuss their work with Field/ Worked. However, it is passablel r. an, ~v, rs. Jonn Amundsen salts, rhone 493. -- |j axgn~-~i, qu.,~zty .wo,~ ~ [] "~--~--~ [ Day visitors [ as there are but a few trees -----'- ~ " -- "" IPoultry may see experiments in[P01nt Lookout is open, and the L.~| [o k...oLo L~'~UIL_II-~I~'I/"~I "~1 II .... I| ~.. ~ .,. ,, .. ..~ .. [feeding, housing, management,/snort clime Is well repaid by ............ II I! "A Llle o! Her Own" Idisease control and labor saving/the view from the summit. Sil- , II au.,vu .* ~,.~,a.l,,.o ll [ de~heoe2 i~nr~:h~eefleldrSuits, veget-I irervdL2klI~t traHa ]Stepenl~f~t BAywew , II Ai I.mla Turner. Ray Milland [ables alad ornamentals may see; o og pass but only about 2612 ColbvAvenue Everett Washington I" ....... ' .~ . _ [research in control of insect,.! a mile long. " ' rex ~ews ropeye " | and disreases, new varieties of [ vegetables and fruits, fertilizer [ experiments and invest~gatmm [into the chemistry of fungicides. TUES.-WED., JULY 17.18 [ Tours of experimental plots |have been arranged for visitors, 'The Mmwer Story" [and moving pictures of agricul- . ]rural research may be seen dur- ing the day. Greet Garson . Walter Pidgeon Cartoon THURS.-FRI.-SAT.. JULY 19-20-21 "For Heaven's Sake" [ All persons interestd in the Ex- !periment 'Station are invited to :~pend all day Thursday, July 19, at the Station. Tables will be !provided for those bringing picnic :lunches. Sandwiches will be sold by 4-H Club members, and coffee and ice cream will bc available free of charge. Superintendent J. W. Kalkus said that last year about 2,000 visitors attended Field Day, and a large attendance is expected this year. Registration of visit- ors starts at 9:30 a. m., and the progra~ will continue through- out the day. 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