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0 No. 15. r ,~ Arlington, a:h., Thursday, kugust 9, 1951. Consolidated with Arlington Chronicle April 3, 191L . Z Picnic Aug. 12 Post, V.F.W., of has invited Rogers- of Darrington to join ay, August 12th, in P]cn c for their fam- fie nc ~ at Art Peter- miles east of Oso. leaving Arlington, '10 o'clock, will stop hall so as to pro- for any who to ride. A roadside placed to indicate turn off, which is the road from Fred Harpoon." to be strictly a no speeches nor nor have a repeat per- last year's act. ball game is plan- 1:30. Swimming day. potluck at noon. coffee, pop and be furnished. Hot will not be fur- Year. also announc- case of what now extremely unlikely Drainage Jobs Capt. Doric Ball Improve Land Stationed in Georgia C. V. Royce, who recently pur- Word has been received by Mr chased the Harold Miller place and Mrs. D. T. J. Ball that their at Trafton, has cleared about i son Doric has recently been ad- tw.enty acres of new land, and vanced to Captain in the United at present has Stan Walter of States Army Mt. Vernon doing some ditch-, Capt. Ball, who re-entered the ing, it being necessary to drain ' service in 1948, served w-ith the away water from several springs Second Infantry Division, sta- just below the Trafton school, tioned at Fort Lewis. Upon corn- The ditch is about 2,800 feet in:pleting a "Competitive Tour of length and will require re-Duty" there, he was commis- moval of about 3,500 cubic yards sioned 2nd Lieutenant in the of earth. The farm consists of Regular Army, and was sent with about 100 acres, some 65 acres his company to Korea being cleared. Mr. Royce comes He was twice wounded in ac- from the Enumclaw district, tion, first in September during Other ditching projects re- the Naktong River Crossing, and cently completed are that on the again in November, somewhere F. Bergevin, L. Kackman, L. Ball north of Pongyang. His second and I. Henderson places, on the wound required evacuation from Kackman road. Here a ditch 5,- Korea. He subsequently arrived 500 ft. in length was dug. This at Madigan Hospital, Tacoma, Wash., Dec. 1950, and was re- drains into the creek which emp- ties into Harvey creek near its turned to duty May 1951, since !unction with the Stillaguamish. when he has been awarded the Bronze Star for Action in Korea. On the South Fork the Sinn Capt. Ball is assigned to Ad- 3rothers and Oscar Almli places vanced Infantry School at Fort were drained when.they had a Benning, Ga., where, with his ditch of about 2,000 ft. dug. wife and three sons he is in The jobs were all done by Mr. residence at 514 A. Custer Ter- Walter. race Road, Columbus, Ga. the picnic will be same location andl||~~ arrangements on 113U R0th~ker To live ]~ Arli~gt0~ Aug. 19th. Bids For One Year--Will Return To Germany was pleased to be one of those selected She sailed from Rotter- are hereby solicited, dam, Holland, with 350 other in the office of young people coming to Amer- E. A. Wohl- ica on the youth education pro- Washington up gram, whereby the young peo- ing September 6, ple are placed in farm homes, quarters suit- under the direction of the Na- purposes at tional Grange. ash., under a lease They attend the schools in the provisions of the community, and after one year of lease used by of American life, will return to Department, at their homes in Germany. per annum, in- Ilse attended the public school Light, power, wa- in Germany, and has had two plumbing, years in Domestic Science lighting fixtures, school. She will enter school in Vault, and all nec- Arlington at the beginning of the term and will probably start in the grades and advance to High School. She speaks Eng- and equipment, of five or ten years 1952. AN AUTOMOBILE standsl little chance of survival when it tangles with a power shovel, as this '41 Ford bears witness. Nor did the shovel escape damage. It will be out of commission for one week, and will cost $600 to repair. Photo by Ellis Last Monday afternoon, about The shovel, according to V. B. 4 o'clock, a power shovel be- Crow, mechanic at the county longing to Snohomish county garage, will be out of commis- and a '41 Ford sedan; driven by sion for about one week. The Harlan Holeomb, 20, collided at damage to it is estimatedat the intersection of Fifth and! about $600. ! !French, the big shovel being di- Err. Brandt, local manager of !Long Long Ago ' IP]oneer Theme IArlington, Aug. 19 "Tell me the tales that to me were so dear . . . Sing me the songs I delighted to hear, long long ago, long ago"--such will be the sentiments governing the 40th Annual Reunion of the Stillaguamish Pioneers to be held at their Arlington pavilion August 19th. This is but another way of saying that comrade- ship, friendship and fraternity among the old veterans of the canoe and trail, and the recount- ing of the hardships, joys and sorrows of the early days is the heart and soul of these annual gatherings. The theme song, "Long, Long Ago," will be one of the numbers to be rendered by the Monroe Melody Men, a quartet that proved so popular at last year's reunion The com- munity singing will be led by H. S. Harter of Marysville, Her- bert Hill to again serve as ac- companist. A memorial to de- Highway 1-A North ot Arhngton Being Improved Improvements being made o~I highway l-A, north of Arling- ton, by contractors Hoback & Sussex, under direction of thQ State Highway Department, will greatly improve that road, a~ seems to indicate that at last the importance of this high,~ky is being recognized. The undulations of the ro&d are being largely removed by filling the low spots, and thuts bringing the road up to a more even uniform grade. Filling material is being Se- cured at the~ pit just above Harvey creek, where shovels al~ scooping up the material an{] trucks are hauling it to the fills. The fills are being settled with water and a heavy wobble wheel roller. Fills" have been made ne&r parted pioneers, a few short the Carlson place, also just historical sketches, not forget-south of Bryant From Bryant ting the grand picnic dinner the entire road north for half & and just plain "visiting," will be mile has been raised, and again other features of the event from the Kaye place to the' The Stillaguamish Pioneer As-! Pilchuck crossing. Just south Olb sociation is one of the older oflthe Kaye p.lace, new blacktop: such organizations in the state,lPmg was mla Jast year, an~l having been founded in 1912,]this is in gooa condition. largely through the efforts ofl North of the Pilchuck to the !the late Dr. William Forest Oli- ver. It has been instrumental in preserving a great mass of pio- neer history and in engendering in the rising generation a pride in the beautiful valley from which it takes its name; also in promoting unfeined and un- selfish friendship among the old settlers of the Stillaguamish Valley. Its annual Reunions have become almost sacred events. O No Hunting On Navy Station Lieut Shea, skipper of the Navy Communication Station, Jim Creek, informs us that there will be no hunting permitted on English crossing the road is~ good condition, this having beer blacktopped last year. Tahex~ are two or three breaks in tht8 blacktop near the edge of the road. North of'English crossing to the N. P. crossing just south McMurray, the entire road has received filling material. While the work will greatly improve the highway, there at~ limitations because of the nar- row right-of-way, a n d the crooked course. However, Ill smoothing up the surface be greatly appreciated by th~ who use the road. SENIOR CITIZENS TO PCINIC AUG. 17 require- lish, and is quite happy at hay- verted and collided with a power the P.U.D., estimates that the the reservation during the open The Senior Citizens of s ecffmatlons, mg been chosen to come to pole, which was broken off, cut re lac2 seasons district wll P ....... " p "ng of the utility pole will " " ' 1 hold a public lundl proposal, together America, and looks for,_ward ting off power to a large section cost about $300. The Station encompasses about and picnic at Terrace Park on ~tion concerning ...... ,eagerly to the coming year s ac- of the city for about two hours. This corn-r h~s b~.. th~ 6,000 acres in the Jim Creek Friday, Aug 17 o Ltse ~toma~er tivi i " 1 r e ......... f the lease, may ............ I t es. The se f-p opelled power shov- scene of sev,~ra1 ~o~;,~,~.t~ tw,, watershed. -------------~---------- tmaster llSe ~otnaKer, ~, a al[rac[Ive ............. . the Pos ~ ....... ;~, . ,.... L~ .... d theI The Wrages have had two el was proceeding north on quite serious, the light pole be~ ~---"---~ areOr wnose name next"yea~";n ~/kr~ington'arrived[ other foreign students, at the rhr~ln~r~ avenffe~,oe~)ce~in~g' ~ne ing broken off in the last two MaW Iimhwa. 1 .A Tal.na 0d ma. CL~.,u,t:a~=u ,~uuyv..~ .~.~.,.^.~ .,~ ~,. o..,~ ~rs John'l'vaimy tiem ~'arm, rmrre ~e 't =:,: ~ _.u~... , accidents m~#llll m|m~munMl ~, M uunlu]~ ~|lUl~i~w do~.... Wrage on Wednesday evening, l~.'~o~l~ o}'i~gn~n='~:'~.~7.':':=:~ son 1VIr Pedersen sai-d he didl At one time the corner was a p,, . ~ . . ~ | am. m~ m. qO~lb Au ust 1st havln made the ' v ~,,,a,r, .,= yu,,s r four way stop but French ave g g men were h r not see the ca until ~t suddenly ~l from her hodm~e at Stutt art ] e e at different inter- " " - " " [nue'beino~ a throu~,h street th;, MrsI uonlract 0n ~oaa Well AI0ng .__1 tr'p .~ g '[vals and re,--o~-,,~,~ ~ .... h, l appeared, heaaing east. Tryingl ~ ~,_ ~ , _~ ~.# Wurtember rovince t~erman I ....... ~ ........" stop sign there was removea .... ........................... ........ ........ ........ ~a g p , y to avoidIt he swerved to the .................................. .... ........................... ...................... : ........ ..................... y short periods of abqut 3 months I .... ~: :~:..:::~ .......................................................... ................................................ ~ .......... ......................... rteen da s [several years a o Sto sI ns on . :~ .......... ~ ........... ............ ...................... ~: ; ............... e .... in fou Y " I rightcrashed through the utI1- g P g .......... ~::,,~ ....................................................... ..................... ~ .............. ...... rs of this VlClnlt o--------- ......... ................... ,, ................. .............. .................................. : : ........................ ~ ..... Y " " ht r Fifth street are effective m most ::~ .......... ~: ~ :~, ................ ......... :,, ........... ...................... ~: .................... t t Miss Rothaker is the daug e ity pole, across the curb and . , .......... ~ ..................................... ,~on c'. nn ,~. w.o~ of a widow, ,Mrs. Ehse Rotha-More Stred ~idewalk, and through a large[ he store room of . . ~. cases, but occasionally some] ..... :':: :~.' -- v..-vv ....... - ' lo t ........ t r one fails to observe the sign ':;:~ ~:: ~::::: ........ 14 ............ ker her father having beens l_ _ I shrub on the Carpen ecorner,[ ~ll~l~?:::-~ -, t.e p.~t,u~ u~ . * I " It i " " ..... beine to encouraee at sea during World War II. She]]'~alf (~l]a#] ' [along the terrace and knocklngl s said that the car, in the ilii~ of "~ r "in has three sisters and a brother['''~u" v..~.~ down a fence as Mr. Pedersenlpresent case, did not observe ,- ~:~. ,,. ~ ii~j!~% .... more frye s ........ ..... a district The Rothaker home is locatedi Last Friday several blocks of struggle~t to regain control of]the stop sign. ~~ ~on, a directOr of the just outside Stuttgart, a town of[graveled streets in Arlington the heavy equipment.[ . o ~ i ~ ts a will 12,000 population, on a small[were given a coat of dust-laying Mr Holcomb was accompan-]~t ~t,~w, m-~,t- i ~ ~ ~ ~ ssoclatlofl, ........ 2 v-.. ,.,,~v.,. ...,.,.,~ as will be several farm. Mrs. Rothaker also oper-[oi1, the streets having been pre- led by Arian Farley, 0, a ne.] ............. [ ~~ ..... lne Cuo bcou~ rack zl9 Will, L Seattle ates a bakery. . [viously smoothed up by the city phew of Mr Wrobleski of this[ .... I ~~1~!~1~ ........ z . crested "is invited Ilse states that she made ap.[grader, place Both young men are from[nave tne ir picnic ~unday_Aug. ~~ ~ ~:~: " - , " ~" '-~ "~^'-- ~-~ arrived '-e-^'xzm at me ~oys ~cour (;amp,! ~~ ['he ~neeting will plication with her mothers con-I Oil was spread on McLeod ~ma,a, ~et, r., a,xu " "el,-, ........ i ~m~amm~, " ' yr" ' ust 3 f r ~a~e ~vzm~z. ]. " ~sent, to come to America, and]avenue, between Fifth and Di- Iflay night, Aug ,., o a] o [ " ~ " ~ ~-- -- ' " " r l vision, and on the south side of visit with the Wroblesms. I ' ] . " ~: :-- ~ ii ~ ~._i. Jl~,--~m- ~ [~4.|#~ ~ tl~l~'~ll~ [Division for half a block west ~ The.young men stateevery-[A DAUGHTER ] ~~ ~ ~Y~-~ ~ i~lllim-~li U ~nn I~m' II/ WW~l~i I of McLeod, also including, the tning happened so qmcKiy they[ A daughter was born Monda.y,i _ "~11~||~ rll I~V~,mv v-- .. ~v. [ intersection of Division~" and are unable to explain the acci-[August 6, to Mr. and Mrs. Wayne[ " ~ .~-.i __, m .= . .,.m [Broadway and McLeod axed on dent. They were both shaken up]Schmidt (nee Olive Larson) ~ a I.nraer I.|ra ]Division" street from' McLeod[and cut and bruised, but notl Proud- grandparents are Mr. and ~~~ ' '. ~ II V|~t~L ~ms~ [east block ]seriouSly injured. Their ear was[Mrs. Fred ~'. Schmidt and Mr]~~~~ but FOB a total wreck land Mrs Ingvald Larson have been skepti- line and removed it, ~ ~'[ On Fifth street oil was spread[~ ] ~~~ e, about the theory[ naugl~ usea it. ~.a~er to.saturate]on the street west of the rail-[~.| mm . - -- - ~ ~ | ~] .~ ~ ~ :~ '- can start a forest the seat cushion aim PmW[road to West avenue and thel|=ll~ Maaetart /17arde nrnaa ~l~l~~~~ which he uses. . , ~ [alley along the railroad from[~ll|lM lll~ll~la~ LILMIU~ IIVIII~U I~MU@- ~ ~ - " . trations, in one In addition to the upho~stery, IThird to Fourth was given al ....... " , ] .... ~ ...... ~ ....... lanned has con Fosnaugh lost a pair of overalls, ldust laying coat I~|_Jt ~1 a I~ Jt a'~ mf ~,~ ms ~ . : ........... ............ ................... Osnau~'h forester]which were in the car [ -'~" " - -" undr -ir II11][ TeL 511I a00n- ITUr0m t;011IIIIIle$ .... , , oowasoo e e o , , ........... .......... ......... ser " - The incident should be taken] [. . ] ~: ration Service tIon of Councilman Dave Helms W" vera e " " ~:~ who work m the ...... ~th less than a g rain- the total rainfall for that month ~.:,~.~:~ ................................................. ~,: : ............ c note of by all . . . ............................. ~ ................... ....................... ........ ............ an be done. . . chairman or tnestreet commit, hs o [ " ........... ....... ~,: n actual dem- fall during the mont f April amounting to 2 85 Inches. June ..................... ,.::: .......... ............ .......................... ~ ......... ......... ....... .o~,...., ,h~ fact that a Y May and June, and a ntmued[ usually a wet month, saw 92 : h, who carries a woods, for it is a tee, whoreceived" the propert co " " .................. ~ ................. ........................ el~vKl~ng wa[et~, ln]~)o;;;ewl~l st~ar['a fire Iown.ers contributions toward the]scarcity of rain since June 7,]of an inch of rain, with 26 days] . nen wo mgt. Tne ...... prInc~pm is that of a/prJect" Ithe Stillaguamish valley,, ,,is ex- ]without moisture. a~'t ....... ~,,~.] burnin~ lass, and m [, , . ...... [ . g ...... Y ,[ July had 28 rainless, days, a[ ~:': ~,,~ , returned to his " the case In all about thirteen blocks periencin another dry ear Z.......... , ..... I~ ~,...~..,g,.~.,o ,-,ater bottle, themnave oeen aust oimd rnis sum./sucn as occurrea In ~voU analtnta/-of 18 of an inch of rain[ several rain' utes u~ ..u~,,a~,s,. ~ ,~ ...... llon jug of water rays of the sun struck it. at just]met. [again in 1936. ]failing over three days, July 4,] .eat The rays ofthe right angle, being brought[.. -- o ..... [ In 1930 the drouth was broken[5, and 6. [ - -~ t~ ..... ~. ~ ~..~ltogether at a point wnere tnere/~,~,~. I$^,~ ~t/~wlr /with heavy rain on ~ept. 12,1 Tho last anureeiable rain fell[ .~...~ -- .... ,~s,, -,= J-~l ,.. ;-,~--------,^ ~--*-rial An/tJtQil, lt~UttU VV ~ltlt~ /after -ra ~ ..... * ~routh In nasa, ..... _ ",- .. .... m , ~~ )Url~ ................ ~ hnlo in thai wa~ lllLl~.lllllli:tOl~ .tllat~:. [ m ., ~a:~ o~ .... u " ~Utnn June 7, when .zJ oI an inch (oH Jug, or water bottle, such aslT_ M ..... Ca-*.... [there were 42 rainless days, the/w., m~asured bv Observer Paul] .... ~~ ....... (carriea by loggers, left m the]lU ll~lLYy ~LiIUUll [drouth running from July 12 to/wo. ~,~rn Arlin~tons water su-[ ~: ~ a~omtawsnalea[woods, could, as proved by FOB-] Contractor Fiorito moved equip-[Aug" 23. [ er n en 'ent, wh~ keeps a daily] ~ ........ . ......... ba,.,- "~;" 7,...'~,'~':. ) n.augn s unpla.nnea., aemonstra- I ment to Jim Creek Wednesday / This year the last trace of record of rainfall. Thus, to date, [ \. :~ . .......... [tlon, start a fire, .lI tne ~ottmlto start work on the road con.[ram was early in July, when .08]the actual number of days with-] ~. :~, . even thou n carelessly P ea _ . .I g .... |struction job, Trafton to the Na-]of an inch of rain Iell July 4,]out rain, here in Arlington, to-[ ~~ ~novea arouna[or dropped, happeneu to oeln a/vy communication station. /.04 on July 5 and .06 on July 6. [tals 34, but since the precipita-[ ~?~ t~rays tnro.ugn position.to properly concen[r.ate] The.contract will involve new[ The tendencv toward drouth[tion amounting to only .24 of| .... :~ ~arKer. arIver[ the sun's rays on cmusume[road construction from the Navy]started earlv tills year, there be. Jan inch falling over a period of[ * ~ : ":~ transfer ~o.,)materiai. . . _- Ireservation to the Seventh Day/ing twent,Zei~ht days in Anrilt5 scattered days, can hardly be[ ~ : . ry to the Ellis the only question aDoUt the Adv ~ " ~" u ram the ~l ..... [-~ ........... [ entist corner, and some[without rain, and only .78 inch[termed a Puget So nd i , . [ .... ~yr, saw me[ Fosnaugn experience IS m at_..u_~e[straightening of the road from[of rain for that month. In Mayldrouth has run from June 7 to/ ~naugncar an.a[suns rays azso .shone mrug.nlthat point to the Lawson place [there were 20 days without rair],the present, or 63 days. |r~r~.,w.v , . "~,~ne~ .~,.,~p~. .~,~ ,~,~,~ tow~a .~,,..~.~ ~.,,,- ~a. r osnaugrt[the car winnow oe.Iore penetrat-iFrom Lawson's to the Trafton[" - .... ,,,~r~n hOES -['"-~o-d~in~ ~oward'-L~'~e~\:e~{s--~']m'e'~ ~'o]a"ro-~ Pho/'o" ................. zare extinguisn- ing tne water Dottle r " - ' n~.v. --,-,*,,~ -- " " . school the present g ade wfli be . h r " " Lt out the fire [ .............. "and natmnal[ .......... [I ......... I]TO SNOHOMISH | The dream of a new nort - oad 3ust where the Davies road . , ~.xa~uu L.e ~tat= usea, ann It is expectea mat n~-~,o,,~,,.,v,, h has * a V rn " " tderable dam- foresters should conduct labora-]this nortion will be blacktonned[[ ~a ...... ~r.r~ [] Rev. Floyd M..Todd, w o ]south highway that will serve .~nd :~ .on road loin, and ltls to trie up-]tory tests on this theory and if/imm~'diately" ~" -[i .... o........ Ilbeen p.astr~~rc~neforl~ ~rs~t[that territory east of Highway ~%~g~ml~l.ll De compietea uy found sound roh~blt use o~ for HI h I Memoaist tmu ~ v - , P ' " The work will proceed under Registration "g i n assi ned 99, and will alle late some of At re e " .jg" [clear glass jugs [direction of Bureau of Public[[School classes wil held [' Y ........ [the pressure on the Marysville[b ......... ~e u in the for water and 1 be four ears, has bee g p s nt the contractors are ight be gaso-loil in the woods. /Roads ~ /I on August 22, 23 and 24 Ilas pastor at ~nonommn~ ....... [bottleneck, seems to be mater-]~).e,mg neia up tmcause or inabil- ~~1 " .. /I r,~ ...... +r,o h,,,rs of 9 ~9. II Rev. Toaa assumes nl~ n~w/i~l;~i~ ~t ]n~t as O-oetz & Bren-I~.ty to uurn, aue to me extremely ...... e~_. ]~,~* [n ~ ]] a.~m:~-'3 "p~m.,in the High ])duties this .Sunday, August 12th,|nan,"c~n~ra~ors push construct-]ary, wear.her.. ...... ,.&IlllI[lUIilL_ i:lll[- ml~eal r, state /I School Math. room, as fol- Ilwhen he_wm preach .mtne~rnOl~[ion on the first link of this new . ~ccor.mng to me Dmeprmm _ _ /., . II lows" Ilhomish tree Memomst .~.rtu |fiighway a 528-mile stretch]t.ne roan is "projected on north I'.-.l J . ___ l o IIransactions /i " - 22 Ilboth mornm.g, ana.evenmg- tieIfrom Snohomish'to Lake Stevens Itrm the terminus of the present ml-~mi! ,~*,41 /.i il (Iv [ /I Seniors, Aug. I[and his family wiu move xrom/ ..................... "1 contract, and shows a direct route -.v~.~ ~'J~-~9 ~-~-~tl~* ~"~-~ / Tho T,thvnn Tn~urnnoo A~ /I ~....;...o ^,,a 23 II,ho arlingtonuarsonage~ next/ x.e ]z~w^ z~tu .et~ ~t r~.g,zt-v~-[to Arlington As the uresent con- ............ - ...... :- ...... ~,-...- ~u,.v,~, .~,. ~ ..... ,'"'= - way oI l~u It., thiS varying to tr - " - nmunity Fair, The annual baseball game be-|cy reports the followmg real es/I o--- .... es Aug 24 ]]Monday..... [on... ; ...... , .... ..... ,^t act, when completed, will - . . our.u.-,,- , or to me Ar- ,~,, ,~. ,. ~v.,~ v,-,~o. ~-~ ,u~,tu se v owing in ira- ,, ..... +~o ~ ...... ~ their dads[tate tra~nsactmns durmg the pastil ..... [[ Commg as past _ _ ~ [~ ..............;.~,. ,,..^ ~.^... ~+_] r e a comparatively small ttten~ance for .~.'.~'Lff':~^ ~"~,,~'~"~,,',~t Of the/week: The Albert Aibin home in/I For those stuaents WhOIllington Church is Rev. ~:. t~. ~ey.i ~,~=2~2..~_ o~.,~,,s,,~ ~,-~ ~_-: ~.t_~larea' it is thought the balance ........ wxxx ue tlLu.~ua~u*~- ..... /xr:--~.^ v~^;~.l.+~ ....~.~1.-I +~. r~A--..l~a/m are w,,rkin~ ann are,:un. II .... *,^ comes from a success-|llltl~l~t2Ut!Ull Wltll tile ~teven~lOf the nrote~-t will ha nt~ u-s, win mis [v,~wr ~,~ ..... ~ o,, ..... ,,,,am[[ ,, - j morn, ,,,v [[P [ .- ....... ~ ~.__.-- afternoon, eet the above I at Bothell Rev ass highway, just north of Sno- thr aturday, Aug Baekstrom. The Wm. McFarland[ able to m ., . ful pastorate .... ough, and the link between " The irls Will have their pro]- s lethe office will be e our have three hommh and runs along the h~gh[ Lake Stevens and Arlington . g. ............ ,home, at corner of Lenore and, chedu ..... ,[and Mrs. S[yrn .. rio_^ _,,....~, .............. 4-H boys and ects exniD.ltect inSwl~1 ~)%e .s%nOeO~|Second street, was sold to Ralph]| open on Friaay, AmUg. 24, Ildaughters oz scnooi age. ear.s.[[he~moun[~n~ ~o ~e ea~.Wandtshuld be under contract in the Young people nouse:.ana mey _ ~ J ~ |Coming, ~nd the Albert Donahue[| from 7:30 to 9:30 P. ]]Seymour is an.accompnsnea pl-/_lim_ses of the v "" . ' A" Inear future. interested, ann r]ooons aw?rde~n will be]place on Third street to, John[| It will not be9~l~ces2ary []anist a~2n~aU~evte~C~ourwill|~estp aney to the] roThJs' together, with the Ira- under way All livestock j [g" [g [Meints. Mr. McFarland pur-]] for the 8th ann g ade . This S y . .| _." ~ ~ ~ . . . /P ments now being made on school yard, held following the ~all game, |chased two and a half lots atl| s~;udents to rep0rtas their |[bring the messages mormng aria] Tne present contract wnicn in-|the highway north of Arlington, something In the evening the program|corner o~ Maple and Dunhaml| schedule is alreaoy corn-|levenin~at the meal enurcn. Tne|cluaes clearing,._ gra(Iing and|should make ~his a popular will begin at 8:15. A good pro-|and it is_ understood will erectll pleted, ll~ymours wm move nere next[ ac n pp ntgi,_w l!, termma.te at, route for tr~fic from the north gram is assured la house thereon. I! , weel, ~ on w~tn me ver, nonoouna zor Stevens pass. !