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P&OE TWO THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGT()N, TttURSDAY, JULY 23, 1953. { Ebey-Lake Riley | Terry Bunten, corr | P'hone 307W2 I Blacken Buys Home Here A little newcomer to the n'eigh- borhood is Laurin Glen Blacken, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Blacken, He arrived July 14 at the Arling- ~on hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Black- en purchased the original C. J. Farther place this spring and are busy improving and fixing the house to make it more com- fortable. They expect to put in a ~short electric line from the county road soon. Club Picnic Sunde~/ The Ebey-Lake Riley Ladies' Club picnic will be at Kayak Treatment For Spastic Children "The Sr)astic Children's Clinic and Pro-School, 1850 Bayer Ave. in Seattle, has a new summer program which places emphasis on the need for early treatment of cerebral palsied youngsters, and is making treatment avail- able for these children in the s m a 1 1 e r communities," an- nounced Charles O Cressey, Ad- ministrative Director. "We have learned through ex- perience that treatment can an:' must be started for thte cerebral ualsied child as soon as diagnosis is made, regardless of how young the child may be. "That is one of the reasons we Lumber ProductionNorth Carolina Shows Decrease Picnic Sun&, Portland, Ore., July 16---(Spe- Former residents of cial)--Balance between produc- lind will hold a tion, orders, and shipments at Sunday, August 2nd, Douglas fir sawmills held fairly Park in Everett, steady through June, reports Har- Mildred Basler of ris. E. Smith, secretary of West Coast Lumbermen's Association tary - treasurer. A 1000 people attended However. 0roduction for June~she added, and we t has followed the steady decline of the past few months and is be- that this year. The open at 10 a.m. with p low total output for May, Smith lunches Coffee said. June orders also fell off will be furnished. slightly below May, as did ship. merits. Truck 3,662,663,000 b.f. Unfilled orders files dropped cargo 1,208,693,000 below May, Smith observed, but 320,850,000 b.f.; Local inventories about he!d even. b.f. Average weekly production for The industry's Point Sunday, Jtlly 26th. Coffee, are extending our efforts this June was 204,153.000 board feet file stood at 837 ,cream ,sugar, wieners and ice summer to serve children from compared to 216,124,000 for May. the end of June, gross cream will be furnished Each outside Seattle. Many families The weekly average of West 1,058,150,000 b.f. lady bring table service enough in smaller communities do not Coast Lumber production in June lot your own family and what have the advantage of theram~ was 204.153.000 b.f. or 107.5:/, of ever you wish for a potluck din- fac.)htles. . . . the 1948-1952 average Orders nor It is suggested you brin~ t.ressey also said that under averaged 192,486,000 b.f.; Ship- " ~ " ~" 'is r ..._.~. ...... the present program, famll e ments 205,316,000 b.f.; Weekly enough olls orb~=~u ~u~.yuu~ ............ ^ - wHn cereoral palslefl cnliflren averages for May were: Produc- {q own family alsu. from all over the state are invit- tion 216,124,000 b.f.; 113.8% of the Mrs. Carl S~ parents, Mr. ed to come to the Clinic for ex- 1948-1952 average; Orders 193,- o g an nf l~.d amlnatlon diagnosis and home and Mrs. Go_. Haoema ...... . . . , ~ 280,000 b.f.; Shipments 209,982,. monds were a,,.a.v viit,..~ ~t Instruction ior parents. , ...... j ............. i a 000 b.f. the Schmid home He said, With gu d nee and Mr and Mrs J "B Care" made advice parents of these children Six months of 1953 cumulative .... 5 ' production 5,478,363,000 b.f.; Six bu.~in~.~.~ trin tn .qoattlo Mnn can do a great deal with home months of 1952, 5,052,762,000 b.f.;lr~lr ~-: ......... ~" ............... " treatment. This will offer a prac- Six months of 1951, 5,469,641,000 ~.A~L -" tical basis for treatment to all Mr. and Mrs. Byrl Williamson ...... i O, so L~j School Days I period of sixty-four years, with canoe, it made little difference, b.f. l~aok Mrs. Williamsons mother, yung~.^cere r .aPa:,sY victims] V*Did you hear those bells? It's[an estimated attendance of about By the end of the 80's they Orders for six months of 19531 R' 4 (1K~iCIeKMEaA2 99 Mrs. Coates, home to Seattle m~uug,u2t t,~ ~t. t~. r h ol l just the echo of the school bells lsix hundred knew it was "ime for schools for breakdown as follows: Rail &l ~ereoral palsied p esc o t Sunday Mr and Mrs H Smith ....... a-" area of the past when on August 9th,[ " and Mrs Oilie Conklin went to aged cnimren in the be rue [1953 the vesterda~,s will meet[ Sixty-five years wrought many their sons and daughters, so by --'-------~'-- ,~altan last Saturday and on- attend the nurseryschool inaddi-twit~'today~,in a bigJreunion, with[changes, that of school buses, tel- hard work and sacrifice they ~lon ~O receiving merapy where I|~ ,it~ joyed a visit with the Lindell ....... - [special honors to those attending[ephones, planes, electricity, ra-built a. one-room log school- IT'S F DINE Olstance or omer iaetors make Downs, former residents of this ................ /the first log school--a time when[dins, television; and hard sur- house at the junction of Pilchuck 2o:" Oally attendance GIIIIEUlI, CUll community. They also attended .. .......... "]they will share their lives and[faced wide hands. To those sturdy and Stillaguamish Rivers amid a oren come to me ~nnlc mr alag the S.D.A. Church at Startup ...... instru "i ~[break bread together. Sixty-five[pioneers, all they asked was a setting of cottonwood and wild nosls ~reatmen[ and ct o Walter Bunten and Ernest Sol-Ior ~ name-' treatment" - ' . [years is a long time to bridge in[chance. Miles meant nothing to roses, a beautiful site, but that ~A|N~0W ~00~ berg went fishing Sunday after- .. . :'l-r " ~so short a time; it was done last~them, they just started out for spot has long since vanished in ~everai young cnl o en irom ~n in Lake Stevens ............ [year for the first time, after a[their destination by walking or the floods of many years Mr and Mrs Ralph Stuck and mls area are oelng treated at me] [ ~-.~-~-~- " .................. ~ ...... famiiy of Marvsville called at the Clinic now. At the present time,[ In 1888 when Washington was|children across the Stilly to The county superintendents of STEAK R,no, h,m,~'l~t,~ ~,,,~a .... ~,,~, treatment facilities are availableIstill a territory School District[school was usually accomplished this same era were B. H. Dixon; ........................ s ..... " ..... The one word in ,2f:3~ noon They and Mrs Bunten and for more celebral palsied chll'|No. 27 was formed, and opened[by boat, and by loudly calling, J. N. Sinclair, W. J. Langfelt, and T@~ wont lnnl~ino, "f~r tha llttl~ dren. the first school, of three months, lMr. Wheeler would come to their R. E. Friars foods that means ((ql~,~, wild blackberries, finally findin~ farther away as the years ~o bv with Miss Hllda Johnson as aid and put them across in a The acting, directors of this most to most men. ~ enough for two pies. Wl~e berries but how good they s-till taste i[n teacher, with a salary of $25.001capoe. , . periodwere: Robert Wheeler, E. ~ seem to be getting wilder and a nice luscious pie. per month. On Nov. ~ro of tha~[ m 1899 severa~ men or nays, W. Rmnards, Henry ~railey, J.R. Especially h er e, ...... year, the first annual meeting[among them William Downie, Setser, Thos. Bond, Ed Davis, where quality is~(4~ ~'~/B # ~l~ was called with William Ald-/Floyd Wheeler, Ed Prather, Rob- Henry Whartenby, John Renfro, tops! , _~'~ ~~~~ ridge as chairman and Robert/ert Wheeler, Otis Kern, A1 French L. Prather, L. C. Fry, Wm. Aid- J/ q|,l Wheeler, J. R. Setser and Henry[labored on the new wire rope ridge, John Burch, James Emer- ~.'",o"m~"~/ ~ d| a | i | | I ~. Frailey as directors, the latter asibridge, a foot bridge. The wire son, Chas. Sandberg, T, B. Par- How long since you ve taken ~" -" ,"~~i clerk of the board. Their report~was supplied by Ferguson and ker, Chas. E. Moore, and M.G. your wife (or date) out to ~.~" , ,~~|~ was approved and placed on fiie/McKilligan for $11.25 and also Conover. dinner? Bring her here ,.~,, ,,-~rj~',~ thus: [from Chas. E. Moore for $23.90. New Building :-'. t l .' i : ! [] School register ........................ $1.10[Mr. Richard received $13.70 for l In 1899 bids were called for a where the food service and ~"~N\.."''C'- ~"~'~L~_~~ Co Sunt for makin,, renort 125 lumber and tean:ng The cx- new building and was given to atmosphere makes dining ~'f"l ;-o\"~|~ For bringing teacher ............ 13.75[ pense was paid by the dmtrict. W.E. DowI)le .fr $~37.50 plus out fun! ~'o~ "'! " ' Teacher Hilda Johns-n 7500[Teachers ]555.00 to paint ~t reside and out /~" ! - v ....... l " ' ~;i~ , ,' --0, To John TI~.~ for bnarding ]The teachers of the log schoo and lateran addltmn was added Blue Bird (ale ~~ ~. 1~ ~,~t~ ---to-~eh-~r ............ 35 00[era in order: Hilda Johnson J. W. [ for which he received $632.00. ~''~,-. ~,e~'~ ~.'~ ~- Rece-]ve~i-fromCo~reas-104"20[Jackson, B. H. Dixon, who soon[ The school reports had beefl ~" ,"~ ~ '~ ~-~':~ --- Received from School Dist 22"00 after was Co Supt of Schools; burned in the Oso fire so the re- "~~': I~[xl~l~.~..~".,-~l" Expenditures "126"201Mamie King; Kate Sewards;]ports of 1900-1901 made by T.B. Margaret and Oman Yount ~" " ' ~iI'I~. II r , r ~[.~4~.y--~.~~l" Bal '- .......................... 10 Edith Mallet, who taught one[ Pa ker as clerk, we e taken from Owners ..I m. . KY.Ju,',.'~*- ~ ~" :2-: ............ :7"-;:--: .............. Iweek and bless her heart sheithe personal records of the teach- ,,~-'~ that year me iIrst census was ' ' . . . wnen lime is ]]'lfl ~'~k .... n o~x,~w,,~,~ ~,ev~, ~,-~ ]was young and lonesome (she[er, MIssSadmDlckson. Whusends ..... [][~'~ ""~1~ ~..~,,, ,~,~, ~, ..~u ~nh~,, .~,~] left and forgot to return);.Frank]the story of our little .log. school, Money, ere's "~ w~om~i;urt;en"a~tten'~e~*sc~ooltlMerCCall~iKa[veSeward, Marie De -Iexcept to saythe bui ing ,a s U,,,, aA C.~A D~L o ..... .~_ ~.~.:.~~... I... ,_ ~ ..... ms, Lo~s Allen, George A. ithelr hterary society, which often W I UIV~ DUIDI uc~uuuc n,u~u~;v w~v ~JJ ~atv* IIU U ~ . . . ,. .. Croxford Della Delvin, and Sa-lstaged debates and all singing years taught SChOOl in me same die Dic'-son " " ~ - " ' . . ~ . i classes, and church. district in 1904 5 and 1905 6 re When every day on your construction schedule saves " " " you money, call on us for prompt delivery of ready- spectively. mixed concrete direct to your job. No fuss. No muss.About the next year the district No delays. Dependable service, was extended up North Fork to White Horse and west to Wand. BASEMENTS AND OPEN-PIT SILOS Ed Davis took that census for Our big new seoop does these jobs in double-quick which he reeeived $6.00. Among T SAFETY-TESTED SEAL means-- time. Call us about it. that group was Linnie Higgens, who had previously come by way of the Oregon trail with her ARLINGTON folks, and was honored this year, 1953, as Princess Linnie at the Arlington Centennial celebration SAND & GRAVEL of July 4th. The school furniture w a s ~r PHONE 1621 ~ simple. The desks were made by the parents when needed, t, he~ , ,, ,, were doubled, and were usually ................ made for the larger children. The little tikes Would grow into them. I !1 ' Later seats were made by Thom- as Bond for which he received $15.00. The blackboard and bench were neatly made and painted il g by E. W. Richards and he re- m m ea e ceived $1.50. To Henry Whartenby . a dollar for ,a bell and $10. to !Robert Whegler to make two wa- ter closets, size 4 ft. x 6 ft. top-quality The textbooks were furnished by the parents, the school fur- nished the dictionary and also a global set valued at $100.00. These we~ in a case fastened over the blackboard and were a source of delight to the young- sters when the teacher, in error, would pull the wrong one, high- ly colored with African decorat- ed damsels and colored flags. The hottest value on the used ear market is a A special meeting was called "Rocket" Engine Oldsmobile! And now. June 23rd, 1894to buy an acre of land from John Iles for $20.00 for because the new 1953 "Rocket" a school site and to vote for Oldsmobile issotremendouslypopular $600.00 bond to build a new schoolhouse. In 1896 Mr. Iles noti- ... we've got a BIG selection waiting for fled the board that after the pres- you. Every car that wears the famous ent term, rent would be $5.00 per Oldsmobile Safety-Tested Seal is an month. Again a special meeting exceptional buy.., checked five was called for June 29th to vote on the removal of the school- ways for safety and dependability. house from the ~resent sight to a' Engine, tires, brakes, steering, ignition,.. point in Lot 5, See. 7, Twp. 32 N. You can ~ far and stop ~me#you make safe, quick stops. R. 7 E. Votes cast were 75 of: all are gone over carefully, thoroughly[ on concrete, the safety pave- which 42 were against. On July: Yes, you'll find lots of "Rockets" ment, because: Concrete highways, engi. 9th another special meeting was " here., but we're also featuring other called to consider a slight change ' neered for safety, z~F ~ in school site so ordered by ma- top makes and models on our Safety |. Its light-colored matte sur- longer with lower cost for jority of voters. ' Tested Used Car Lot. Every one is On August 3rd same year, a backed by our reputation for fair deallngo face reflects light withoutmaintenance. Your gasoline deed was made by M}. and Mrs. John Iles to Dist. 27 for one acre Come in... and drive a bargain... glare, increases visibility and tax and motor vehicle licenseof land on the bank of the Pil-I d~ive away in a Safety-Tested Used Car. chuck to be used as a site for a l reduces night driving fatigue, fees will buy more highway schoolhouse. This was given in ~. Its gritty surface is skid service per dollar when in- exchange for the acre previously purchased for said purpose. No resis~nt, wet or dry; helping vested in concrete pavements,extra charge except for the .pa- Inlroducin00ldemoblle'. new seal.., symbol of a top-quaWy deal in used car~ pets. Cross River in Canoe The problem of getting the (This space, one Inch deep, Is provided for a local message which will$1rengl~en the ad faro specific program or project. If no local South Dakota I YOU R copy is specifled by District llngineer, adwill beonly9, llneS.) Picnic Aug. 2 " " SEE YOUR *NEAREST OLDSMOBILE DEALER The annual South Dakota pie-] nic will be held August 2 at Low- 1 er Woodl0nd Park, Seattle, stoveI 905 Seaboard Bldli., Seattle I, Wash. No. 6. Coffee will be availableI all day. [ The servicemen of the First So. [ A national organization to improve and extend the uses of portland cement an] Dakota Volunteers will have a1 concrete . . . through scientific research and engineering field work. table reserved there that day. ] All former residents of South ..... Dakota are invited to attend. ~ COME IN FOR A DEMONSTRATION--MAKE A "DOUBLE-DATE" WITH A "ROCKET 8"