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, , , , J ,, , , N o. 16 Arlington, Wash., Thursday, August 13, 1953. Consolidated with Arlington Chronicle April 3, 1915. ' " d, 16 Pione, er IPci cllj m Re minion ll, Icllel f ., :. .y Wa er Department G 2 i ............ C ro's " pt ' " ' y 11 " Will Se . 0unol Pa:,ses Emerilenc rd, mnce en Hi h School Math ..... ~ ::i: !~ ~.~ ~! Growing paros were expe-pump, also mares to the cold achers have be I g ~~ ~ ~ i~ ~i ~i~:~ :i~(~ 1 " , rthe 195354- school] Kelth" A. Santord. of Everson. l~li ~ ii:~i rienced by the. City Council last _storage plant were enlarged. . . . , and. Will start on Wed-lWash Graduate of Western El~lM ~i ~i~!~ :~i Monday mght, when it was new mains were laid in the vl- ......... ; .... t--- -- .... .... ~ ~i ~~ ~ I found necessary to declare an cinity of the Athletic field to Lnu, accommg to]washington College or ~uuca- ~.ii . . tt by Supt. Thomas tion Graduate studat Fresno ....... ~ emergency to cover costs of cover the growth and addmonal 'State Colle~,e Fresny Caiif Has ~~lN~ J some neavy" additional, installa- demand in thatseetor, alladding l .......... I been en-a~ed in remedial'edu i~ ~~ ~i [] tions to the water department up to sudden expansion that asses wm marl onI ~ ~ . -. " ~ ~i i~ ~ made necessary by the demand taxed the department's reserves, ~pt 2 the teacherslcation in California auring me ~ ~mm~m mm~ ~ for a large vo] ' " " " d will continue 1 ~mmmmmm l~ ~ I " ume of water by and caused a deficit of approxi- )r teacher meetings past a years an ill ~' h 1 {~ ci tra t " &u~ ~ -.-~ n- .... I that work in the Arlim-ton ~ ~ ~ t e G ac er o d S o ge plan, mately $8,000, whmh cannot be -o. ....... "]Schools for the coming' yearMr ~ ~ ~ .... and other extensions and re- made up out of revenue within ....... ther "wili ~ ~l lm ~ I visions of distribution system the year thus causing the coun- mance staff havelbanIorfl ann DiS mo ~ ~l im ~ ........ , ~ring the summerlmake their home in Arlington , i il ~ I Since^the reservmr,, of. little cit to pass an emergency ordin- it',~, ,,n nr~nnrln~,l ~r,= vi,~], a,~,~,~,~, ~,~ ~ ~: I I m J lover ou,ouo ganons, ~s insulin-I anee to cover the expenditur~ [J-;~ ~:..~ ~_7y7_._Ol.....~y. - ...... :..~:.:...] ~.v, ~ :ll ll [] cient to provide a margin of saIe-] Since the city has cash on hand ,~ lor ne iall term~wasn ~ormer suostltute teacner ~ - l el l It-- and "h- --u--- at if'- "liter'" - ........ i~ ' . y, t e p lllp ale l in orner tunas, nowever, 1[ WILl lchClrUdeo~ a~o:al ~l[ IziArlringt?ASc2f~l:o ~e~i:le~h ~ ~~ ll l [plant was approaching maxi- not be necessary to issue interest- in ui'. / I/ Imum operating time, it was nec-lbearing warrants, as these funds -- s ~,~ ~'~"""~ ~'~" essar to install an add~tmnal - -" :'. -"~.~'-- ! " ~ l~l I1 [ [ Y ' "' can be borrowed and provision yrs aaaea ~o me[ William A. Senica of Everett, ~ ~l/ I! ~ '~~-7~[made to repay in next year's ,r are: ]Wash. attended High School in lll/!! .... I k~ .... I bud~'et from water revenues ann Jenkin of Wa'lLaSalle Ill Graduate of Univer ~ li~lllliB1 II i [4"~UUltlOlIdl OIE~I! 1 s ~, graduate of Whit- |~ ..... 'W~Lhin~t ....,, ...... ~ ~ i II I ....... I Clarence Hansen, chairman o /8th~l~y u~ ~ ~ ~11, YY 111 L~uII ll I ]'Id Be installed i r Walla Walla grad- the water depa tment, pointed ...... ,.. grade in Arhngton the corn- I,,, ~,ot ~,~ n .... t.~.~ ;o ou~,-. ~ffestern .wasmng'|ing. year. Mr. Senica is not mar- ~ ~l ll 1 I A new fire siren will bo in ]~oi~h:"~,~cess~,~"~'i~s~:,~ the(~ob th ~it] 1 h Alleen o ] tar [ h e msen][ [ at the Town Tavern ~ Vana ~s Jenkin will teach[~*e-u." . ......... /mE 1 Istalled in the hill district in the/a larger water ta~k in the near ---_______________ [ _ mrs. A~leen uav]s .at ~eat~le, ~ ~l if I [near future, to augment the one]future. Not only is there an in- wasn ~ormer teacner ~ortn hl~" ~.. .: ..... ,, ~ ~/ II~ I ]atop the city hall, which many[ sufficient water reserve, but low tt~ ruyalmp r=mmentary ~cnoo] e ] .............. ~ ~l ll~ i |firem n complain, is not putting]pressure throughout the town, . graduate oi ~eattle l~aCIrlC tsar ~ o t the volume s un ff lall tl ~.. !% . / . " ...... ; ~ ~/ll~i 1 I u of o d su t-/espec" y in the hill see "ons, in- il ~'r ec[s liege ~wrs uavis w*ll teacn ~st ~~ ~l l~ Icient to be heard in many sec-/dlcates the need of a larger and ~ ~, [and 2nd grade at Trafton School. ~lllE~l~ll~ ~~ [] ]tions of the city The new siren/hi~her installation The exDan- ; U,~k, I Mr. and Mrs. Davis will make SECTION OF MAMMOTH FIR WHICH GRACES PIONEER GROUNDS---Above is the picture of an [was ordered from Roney's, fire[slain of the town to the hillc'~ De,~artment of Con [their home in Arlington. Mr. Da-: ll-foot section of a giant fir tree which grew on ~t. Pilchuck at an elevation of about 1000 feet. It [equipment dealers, at "MondayJas in the new Pied Piper additio~ d ~ _ - "Iris will commute to Seattle was felled by the Blythe Logging Co October 22 1952 and was hauled to the Oberg & Roal sawmill ~night's council session on a low/will also re-uire the new install uevelopment nas .... . ' ' . . . , ~ " Yon f~.,,n o.,~tm~[where he is employed by the city. at Gramte Falls, where it was sawn into boat lumber. A 100-foot sectmn of thin tree yielded 30,000 [bid of $242 less 5% and 2% Oth-/ation. , in'~no~omish~coun:l Robert Tschirgi of Spokane,I boar d/:etc~~ luTbewr, wa d t - to th Stilla uamish Pioneers b Ben ~ber a - Willi Roal [er bids were Nelson Equipment[ Such an installation, Mr. Hart- 1 be undertaken on graduate of Gonzaga University.! , ~ .. u on s o n , s ona :ca e . . g y ~ g na am , [Co., $350; L. N. Curtis & Son, $242.[sen thought could be made at a lnd owner co-oDera-IGraduate work in University of] wnoprovmeaa concrete oase an o also mater ml for a co~er. . - ~ ~. ,~ .......... ]All bids were for siren and 2 h.P.[cost of approximately $28,000 ith th.... ;.,~.;,~,lWashin~ton He will teach Hi,hir=mpnasizing me great age o~ me tree twmcn startec~ growing aoout me year lz~z~ me tonow- /motor ~ ...- - ..... " ..... ~ ~-s ......... ~, "~ - i " o 12 wnen SUCh lnsIalla[lon is maae, th~ ~,~,,~,~iCh .nlSchool Enzlish. Mr. and; Mrs., mg legends have been painted on the end of the 1 g. 70---Last Crusade; 1348---Great Plague; 1400 / The city father~ a]~o trnn~aet-I~ ; .... ~.e,,.~ ..,,~ ~ ,,~,. *.~ ...................... " ' ' " " ' 1563--- s " -~ ............... ,~ ,~ v .................... " Di~t~;ot [Tsbhigi have acomred a home in ~End of Middle Ages, 1492--America Discovered, Shake peare Born, 1620---Pilgrims Landed, ]od ro.tlno h.~ino~ -* **,- ~-- | ~ ~ ' ..... ..... ~" "~ - - " " a ......... 7, ......... , ,~t ~,,~ ,,.,,,,- nancea oy revenue donas l~ue~ 0 0. th Arlin ton School District 1776--Independence Declared, 1861--Civil W r. .. [ ........ . ~ned v_ the seven e g I .... i . . day mght s session, auditing the by th= d=~,~,t ...... t w,,~t~ ,,, th,~ nfeioM ~ri~o ~.,,.,.~ w~r,,~,~ '1" ....... The rehcs wall be dedmated by Will H Verd p oneer logger, at the annual Reunion of the Stll- ~, ,,. bP ....... I -~.. i ................ ~ ..... ..a. ................... " ' ~u,y ~ls, ann adopting oroln- r t C laguammh Prancers August 16th ~ | Hlsto y of Dep ,onservation Service]of Seattle, graduate of University[ " ~ . ances setting up cumulative re-[ ......... [~.^ w_t~r ...... !, arid it is expected I of Washington. Will .teach 7tnl~ ....... ~.. ~..&L-.. IA ~ ma . ~-n serve funds for the purchase ofl .......... " II be awarded short-]grade. ']IIUIIUUI[~ LU ~Id, LIIUI[- I_~Anc AI' N I IM$1V _%llV n l lfire equipment, another for pur-[men,L azscmses that metown VVll,.~ V1 llVl IlU ~l~ ~llll~lll~JI purcnasefl me water caepartment [ Miss Esther Sorby of Seattle,]~,~,,, ~,,,~J,~,, l $ [c!}ase of_other city e qui.~nent:!from the Pu~,et Sound Power & pro ects are on the aa,~.,~ o~l|~ city OUllOlng e[c ann Will set ~" J [attended Seattle Pacific College,] ~ ~ l~ nn la l| ni [ " -~ ~ ; -. ]Li,,ht Co in 1939 at a cost of $49- '- river and are at ieceived a B A de ree from Uni up omer cumuianve reserve ~ ~" , :, . . ] ' g - The 42nd annual reumon of the [~ K||||~ ~ N~ H~l| ] ........ [000 B,~ 1949 the eitv had retired aat Slough Roy Zacn-/versit,, of Washinc, ton Will teachltiP ...... is~.Xralle., p~,,ne~rs/mV ~Mnn~ ~ ww~ww imumn /tunas for the garoage anu water ~._.^^:~ .... -_ ..... , . .j ~ .o ,a~,a,,. , y ,,,= ~ ~za.uou ot mese oonfls at tna Cus Roetcmoender departments h^ ......... /6th grade. . ...... ]will be held at Pioneer Park, just[ Launching the movement to]old building. I ..... :~ ...... [time another $5,000 bond issue ~IICnUCK are Lne llowln is [ne liSt oI teacn ~ r lfle ~z ooz ot in [ne present ..... | Fo " g " " - ~outh of Arlington on Sunday ]erect a new modern hMl to re-[ Now comes the time when the[ . . ' " o _ _ Iwas made for new installations, ~2" M!ller'.ann ~.e~_" ]ers and their assignments: [ August 16. [place the present two-story frame l "oun'*er -'ener: .... fee~ *hat to[ cummative reserve ~unct was aes-[ and since then $8 500 has been re-. ~z on [De bKyKOmlSll|lkT;,~h ~:,.h,~-d [',,-.f~ I r~,,.;~..~ ....*;--:- #'- ...... ;-~structure that has boo- theirl~ ~ g auu. . t |lgnateu ior purchase o[ ilre tlrorl xxzith on~h o'~ hnnrl ~f .~P'2~.~q (ass project which isl'"jo'~an'i~a'nu~i'o'Principal; Robt.[ be't 'e" sua re" ep i'o n o' = ormer[ home for many yearsff jolnerl prsper and keep in pace with theleq.uipment; $ 0,Q09 iny. S:.Secur: [ [o' r eti're'b a?-am'oun'i%y bo ad- s u oI Le ue island ~ l[les v, as placed in me beneral , h~_ .'.q ...... ']L Crumbaugh,'English;Isabel~residents and old-timers intro./Lodge, Sons of Norway, of Sll-|times, it will be necessary to] ..... , ..... [Nov. 1, so that the departments ~er wail oI zzo pli ,, ,, ~umum[lve ~eserve ~nese re ....... ~|Hawley Commercial; June Alene duction of ' 88 pioneers ' songs [vana will stage a benefit dance]build a new hall so the mem-i ...... ~, (~ ,,~.~..~,~..~ , ;..~..~lactual bonded indebtedness is . He.r~ert Enghsn, JoAnn Ingrum, Memorial report, nomination and m Viking hall Saturda~ night, hers are invitin e immediate . only approx~mateb $19,~. m r AU whic will b h * g tJa be budgeted but will be kept in ~1 " Home Ec ; John J: Jenft Co me - election of officers, dedication of g. 15 h e e, ast ' In addlt" ion to the steady re s ...... tirement of the anginal debt, the Ough projectisa . " " ' he is ' " t ~ ~" 11 community as welt as the neigh-reserve with the hope of adding " c]al; Arthur Kamkeberg, C m - section of a large fir log which party to be held in he ol a .... g 18,000 cubic yard t~,, l~rl l~'or~hopn ~oience" Flovd~,,~o *. .... ~--~,~ ,,- **,~ --; ..... It i~ exnecte,~ tha~mers ol boring towns to attend their last thereto and thus providing funds ............ ]..~, ............ , ~ , . ,,..o ..==. v.~=u v. t,.= v.....==- ~ ~" - " art a u v Cl[y has reDHllI the greater part r o ] the 1 " w ra p y this S t rday e ening. Re- to meet necessary replacements, I L. Langdon, Agrmultu e, R y grounds, odge will start ark of z- . w r s s m re latin 0rth Fork Stlllagua- M,,sic" Lillian]-vh ...... ;,, ,,,, .,a ~; ...... ;o[ingtheold~t .... t .... i. th. nearlfreshmentswlllbeservedbythetwhen needed- of the ate y!te, p. g cn~.,, ..]--~ ~* ,vv.f. Moiler Larson, .. , . _ --,,=.~ **,. ~,= u,~,-~,,.= "'---'-,I. o - ~ .............. ": lmemb~r~ of Camilln ('nllott and|,., ,.1 , mucn oz tne om wooden stave ~tff ~UIO*~, a~ ~*.~- / ' .......................... J.wca[r~(~ e ~..(~11~I- * S ,,~ -]-~; .... n;Lonke Home Ec._; Millard~or.~, tap dancing and demonstrations/.mture, an~ a one.s~ory mo~ernl,., w~..~..~v..; ...... ; ...... ~.,./ .~ g ........ Ipipe w~th Century or Trap.site ~ *z*c~**..~ .~-..~ " " " ' '1 " " u,= .u~= ~ =*.,is v*~--~c~ tu uc uouncllmen WillS anti Helms 1o ......... ~Industnal Arts, Ernest LuaW~CK, im the use of the old maul and/Dm amg, equipped to accommo-[...~. ,.. ~. ...... ~.......~ [ . ~ . ;- ...... ' concrete asbestos) pipe, as well ,ouu lineal ieet ul , u.= ~u uc xc,,,c~,xoc,cu ~1 .......... IAmerican History; Lawrence[ancient carrying yoke. ]dare'the communitys many ac-| ~ ' [appomte~ oy ~vxayor Murpny iOtas replacing the pumps at the acln oI o ouu cu ~ ,g .g.. . .'_ .. "lMunizza, Physical Education; The main address of the day/tivities, will be built. I ...... /mvesugate me ~amage cialmlwell and at the filter olant. ~, wnne at me uUS}Ruby Norman, Physical Educa-lwill be given by Mr Watdo Carl-I Mjolner Lodge No 34, Sons ofll(en. John R. JoneL Imade by Mrs: Paul Wangsmo,[ n-h~ ~.,,nrtm*nt'~ at~ilitv to fi at~ormer ]ony non-t tion' Ralph Pistorese, Cbunselo~;I son, associate director Washing-1 Norway, was organ'ized in Sil-/ a-- ............ ~ irecommen~ed to me council thatI .~'~ ~'h~i'~,',~',~'~'~tanatior~ with" ,~uu ams OI rock ............ , ..... ~_. I Keith Sarkisian, Agriculture; A.]ton Territorial Centennial /vana 40 years ago and held their[~r,~,~,, .,~ A..l.,~(~^. [the c!aim ~e not anoweu and tn.atl~d'un~ue'l~urden or necessity at l~]rea. ",ms ~s a pro-[zanonia S m it h, Language;t Registration will start about ll]first meetings in the old Trading[~t~ aa~ ~'~Ul~l ]the ~nsurance company ~e m-[~nerease~~ water rates ~uld a me zormer owner, st Librar New mere- a m -structed to earnest same. m their "" . . '. ~, ., ,,~.~ Gladys We , y. . . Umon Hall. Camilla Collett State Re resentatlve John R. . ^ ~. m to be indicated b Its res- ~wh ..... structed aiders of High School staff Mary _ ~ tLodge No. 25 was organized ten[,ones of atervnle, was in Ar. lverba! report, they st,~t~d th~[see ndiq.,, Y P thou nt tne claim was excessive ~,- ....... iAnn Jenkm, Math.; Robert Tschl-,~.m~n~ |n /years later and since then these[lington last week. Mr. Jones said g, ...... [ o----------~ i~etter project on tne~ ~'i En~,lish -.,......b.,..~.j ~aa [t~va orc~aniTntlnno h~ro vw~at roa~ I that ha ~,a~ n fri~nrl ~f the* ]nta in relation to aamage sustalnea/ for 440 cu ds. ~' " ............................. ~'~'" .......................... n YOUr Y E1 merit Schoo~ staffs ~ln a fall alleged to have occur . " . e ~ larly and have worked to ether Bill Mackey, who was burned to " ~the Miller pro~ect[ Beulah Griep, 8thgrade; Gladys Water Department [in close harmony. In thegearly]death in Arlington two years]red on a eity street. The claim[ Mark !t 0 ,cU yaras same TneI , was [or ~z ~au zor aamages wnen ~r "" . _ ..... Hevly, 8th; Albert Kuhn, Music;I Due to ma unusually heaw//1920s the Sons of Norway pur-[ago, when his home was de.I ........ ,~ ................ l[:alen '~ een ro ecT on tn~ ---- ] UI~lllI~IIL 1~11 UII ~IUUW~tlI% U11 ~, . P ... t John Redeen, 7th; Everett Bundt,[demand by the Gl'cier C~ Stor-lchased the Swanson Hotel which[ strayed by fire ..... ; .................... vtd ..... I'- t ~vlonroe, Will re- . ad h" B sie su , ' june D. ~ux,~: ~.~ ~u,u.,u ,n oru ,~ ~, ,,-,, ..... 4th,Murlel Dolst , 4t , es age Co., on the city's water p was converted into the present Mr. Jones stated that he had u licit events or functlom~ ~laal~ e ..... "- "lGiersch, 6th; Crete Gray, 5th; ply, coupled with heavy ~,~t-IViklng Hall. Many fine festivities/known Mr. Mackey for. many[~he, Ci~ Business I are cbmmerct,l tn na~ur,. All e, en, Yard~ uf ,ock clear p b y to ~u. yar~s oz ~me. .[L~ther C. Hailing, 6th; Marvinlin~ of l~wns and get,dens dufln~[have been s~onsored by these]years in Waterville, where hel Other items of business were] where a~ml~slo~_ fee is eh~d ~"_ project, mat or[Hendrickson, 5th; Agnes Joergen- the hot spell, Aflinqton's w~et two organizations including ba- had many friends. Jones had just order to install a police light ini ~a ~,~ ~a ~ll~ '**anl[e ~allS on tne . .......................... ,,,- ....... ,,, ....... , . ~[son, 3rd, Joseph E. Panty, 5th,I supply was reduced to an ala~m-[ zaars and smorgasbords, for]recently learned of the death, andl the resldentml dmtrmt, to call at-[ ~ per Word. or a mtntmura ~ ~.0~ ~ tne btlllaguamlsn '~ ..... I Gertrude Reese, 6th; Eva Toomey,I ing raialmum Wednesday/ whe"iwhieh they are famous, also wed-]while visiting in the vicinity of l'tention of ~narshal when he is ~--2~-'-v---- ~dm~rawn ann not[4th;-Effie Atkins, 1st; Gall Hun-lthe reservoi~ at east end of TMtdlding parties and many other]Arlington, came here to learnlpatrolling that district and is ORumnmge ~e now on, corner tae state needed elsewhere Fourth a~d O1 m 1 next door U._~ ..... I ter, 2nd; Violet Jensen 2nd; Car- [ street was completely dra"lned events which mark history of the | more of the details. I . .... Y~:. P f~ _ . ,,~n_aer .wnicn mese]oline LeCocq, 1st; Lucile ~Reed,[~nd the.. pumps., were losing/ ~~~] Civil Defense Director Jack Bar-] to. ~nlougn ~!eaners..~aKe ,~uertaK.en.tne lanullst; Millicent Simpson, 2nd; Zet. ]e/round in keeping up math pres-lOn~~ UAm.~Aj- :N "rl-A |l.ll.. -%. Iff..ll O.,'-,..,o hey asked the council to change[ sate on ~atumay,:~Aug. 1~. De- -~t~ Lne 5Oll uonserva - roe of Hand to set u,- the nro~ect:[ta Snyder,3r.d.; EvangelineStor-lsure. , . . .. {r a nd~w~t,. ,t~ W,V Ill full ~WliIK, the civil defense financing, by] __gree j _a ~. j!:: ..... ~; . ~e- -~ e .~" ~. "lwicK, ~st; t~utn warn, 6ra; lvzary/ To mee, me emerqency met f v,. keeping city C. D. funds in the[~Benefit Danc~ at Viking tIall, ~cothe .englneenng]s. Gates, 1~2-3; Natalie McGov-lci~s bi~ purapet was called ~n~lll..~..._...Ll_ O--.:--.. lll....&L.~- ~..&. V'-AIJ town treasury instead of remit-I Silvana, Saturday, Aug. : lff~ ,,-tes the ~pu.~u, ves i 2 ~ ...... "|ern, 3-4; Gladys Ree ," ;l,e,*ice ,rod umped u,m t~e d IUllidYU[ IU|l B|IMM llllSdLlll$1 I~IIL~ IIUIU ring to the county and appoint-[ Sylvia Johnson Orchestra. ~.j~.approvea D y me|Lena 3. Ball, 3-4-5. [well into the mains throughoutl r 0 ing a councilman {o care for Civ-I= ..... .,. . , - . ' . ration aepartment o the Ele a v s ,t s t;~r, ~.ner s ~.~cnes~ ~ ........ [ New teachers added t -IWedneeda night until the reser-/~'~-~-.. The hum of the pe iner i ii Defense matters Mr Ellis was] .... en oecomes ell IDle ~w.. ,--~r~. ~,a~,t ,'~-,~',,x u~M ior our aancln leasure ev ~+ ..... g...~, [mentary Staff: Keith A. Sanford, lvoit safety level was r~hed ..... 1.. . . . heard in the valley west of Ar- given this assignment" [ ~ .. - ~g P - . --" t~mpauon up to auto I Remedial; Viola Anderson, 4-5-6; ] Ope~n~ fl~ht now ~ its I the citizens of the town to vol- lington, where equipment has ,.__ __ ........... :,._ o.._er / cry ~rmay ~n_~ ~atumay mgn~ ut e and axn appllcatton oy Lne ~up 11 ,~ .." . . [William A. Sen'ca, 8t ; " ]peak, th.. Glacier Co. requi~es un il~ cooperoRe by cutting been set up on t Tho ;... %~,..^a~ to ~rr" b-er for] ' " "'gall COSTS Qurlng, . . ,v, o ,~,,,~,~ ,-,~ z ,~ ~of ~e job and be-Daws, 1st, and 2rid; Manlyn E. ~rou~. 500 ~allons pe~ m~ute the at ~mrdenl~r!~du~..the farm to threshthecrops f_ro_m.:he package sales, for c~su~ption]~netit Dance in new B~anr ~..~ . . , ....~/. Turner, ltn; r~stner ~oroy, oti1. tor ,heir ,reezing equipment. ,~ew rlex~ weem t~ *s sugges,ect ,mat ~u acres oz peas oe,ng narve : nff tho nv;,m{~pe hnvin~ bePnl ~w.a,, h~11 ~voa'v Sat-rdav -~u to extent oI qu f( .... a ........... ~ ......... ' "'- ~, ...... ~, ...... - --~ -- - ........ } School Nurse -- Mary Gallau-{mstaHat,ons have been made by[+hcn~e res,dent noah of Thir ~d in the Island district . m~ao ,,, ,~o ~*,+o ]w,,,,, h-~rd [ ,,,,~,~ Iln|,an r~,,.~te Rofr~h when me "oD is corn ...~.~ ~.. u. .... .~ ...~ ...... , ...,...~ .............. - 3 " gher. the city to meet their r~luire- [ Street i~rigate on Fridcr~, Suado~/ Six viners in charge of Charles the council entered no objection [ ments ........ _ [ o-------- [knents, but the second pump for[Tuesd~/ and Thursd~/, whih King, and employing fifteen ~ " " LO0 CABIH PICTURE the city well, while ordered some those south ot Third irrig~e oz Mexican laborers are en~,a~ed in r~.l ~ -s It- le~ . / , rf~n [ The Log Cabin school group t time ago, has not yet arrived. ISaturdm/, Monday, Wednesday/ the threshing Also employed are ~IV~O uommun.v r lr ~arurao Y '~ .... [picture taken at the Oso Sch~,} In order to restore ~ safety lev-[Thu~d~, by which time it b Max Elt~nber~er, who operates -- - -/ -" ~ [reunion will be published in [ el i~ the reservoir, the Glacier Co. ] hoped th0rt the emexge~cy can b~ the swather in the field; Dick The annual Silvana Commun-I Boys and their Dads. Hot {next week's Times. lhas agreed to cut its deraomds, l overcome. ~ Lorenzen, loader; Jack Strotz, ity Fair will be held on the| dogs, beans and potato sal- ~ ~ [ :~~~--~ ~~ ~ ~ ~ Loren Kraetz and Larry Lorenzeni school grounds Silvana Satur-[ ad will be served oy the '!~t" "~ I ~ ::~: !~ ~ ::i ~:i ]~,,a ],,h .... ~-,,,rn~n trnokers i day Aug 15 The program will{ 4-H girls - garten regmtratmn[ ~ ......... :/ ................................ [ ................... ~ .................. ~ ...................... ~:; ~.~:~ ,'~ ~: ........ ............. ~: :.~:~ n ,~ k ke nina the vines start with games for the children 9 ~ n m -.-~ttl~ ~,,rlaintt 'eady signed up is] ~:~: : ::~~~ i~: :~.~'!~'::2~~ e~eled out and the stack shaned at 10 a m. and will run through .... f-:'2L'~";,:.'=..&"Ci,.:2"~-~.:_,. Ffl - : :: :-:: ..... :::::: : :. :: ::::, ::~:;~ ....... :~':~ t" , t:~alu~ll V~LaUI~ UIIII~K" b.er 4th from 9 30| ~~~ ~ are Marven Halv~rsen, Mr. ~en- the day finishing up with an in- ens and rabbits will also be t m the kmdergar-/ nett and L,,nn Rosenbach the terestmg program at 8"30 pro. / ~..~^~ . -,, ~,.: ..... .Y " ~ JU~::u -- *Ju (111 ~1111Li[~II he Roosevelt School m a tractor The program follows { latter operat" g a sm 11 { .......... : . ,,I having them are urged to Sked to pay the tui-{ vith fork lift I~U:uu to ~:6u a.m,---uames oz an/ r,~t,~, th,.~ v ......... ;,, tee months in ad-| ........ atherl kinds for children of all~ a-rize ) a ....... r t . uue to me umavorame we a~... l P t mat clme in o - " " son ~ e during the early growing seaI " v " e ' " ntest 8.30 p.m.--E enlng program --- that a place b .......... d Tractor driving co 'ch" P q . . will alan h~ h~ld at this~ e lent program is be- the ea crop ]s rote hght, an An xcel n has been organ- co_ns~erabtegf as^sis ~ouna time. There will be prizesi l ng planned whmh wll! in: lld : ......... .... : .......................... , . ............. ~ . LO ..... ......................... .......... sen and Chff Rod, according Band " o .... , ........ ....... will be -- musmal numbers . 1 in the morning ..... , ........ ., .....the 10.00 a.m.--Glrls Baking ...... ll.an ~,,o t,-~v*ennv. I t1[. l~lIlg, llau guuu ~,tup~, J11d~od nt th|~= time and ant] oemonstrauons oy tne , r.r....;.~..a ......... [ others running from fair to v Yl ...~. ......... ,;,,a I 4-H Boys and Girls. 'b~ ;4~5U~pe~r'mon~:' poor. {12:30 ;~m.--"T~'~an~n'ual ball! Come to the Fair! Your day will e months in ad-I Acreage included Boe Bros.,] game .between the 4-H ! be well spent. 104% acres ( th e inompson ~ .............. ~-- -=- a~henman, R. 4 Ar- place); Wm. Strotz, 34 acres An-I '" ified teacher' has i drew Strotz, 16 acres; Max Eitzen- . " { .... berger, 51 acres; Clifford Rod, 14i} I[ITArI~]I~D ~k~Tg~rl~Tf~]lD ;sion is being or- Lorenz: Lorenzen, 20; Hermani ~ ~1~ lIUll~. only thirteenl Thomsen, 28; Chas. King, 27;] i~reable sointerest-- Paulvin Barlond, 26; Andrew O1- .~ ...... m~d contact Mrs. son 24; Ed Rosenbach, 14~ ! t=ity" water ratrons are nereby notified that bills for water 3341, Mrs. C.W.[ T~e threshing started Juiy 14, service becomedue and payable on the 10th of the month fol. " Mrs Bob Leach,~ on the early variety peas, and l lowing service. If not paid by the 30th, a delinquent'noti~ is ~te rder to will run about a week or ten days ~vm notme 1 be s o f if delta uent ly "in o 1 senr::g' " g " that water wi 1 hut f " " q on the list Any more ..... ,-. ' -- "" -" ' .................. ~"t bill ~s notpald wlthm tan days. A charge of $I.00 is made for .ss of me neces- it lS thOUght it Wlli take ~uuu . placed on a wait-t another week to complete the restoring servia, span it ~ .... harvest of the late variety, of ," PEA VINER~RATTLE AND HUM as the pea crop is harvested in the Valley. Sped to the Twin which there are)bout 150 acre~ '" ARLINGTON WATER DEPARTMENT is being Arlington Pre--I City' Foods at Stanwood, the peas are processed, hustled back to the Glacier Cold Storage, where The peas go t~ me zwm C ty ' ' I they are frozen. From here they are sh~pped to the markets throughout the nation.--Times Photo. Foods in Sta~w~d. , , ,, ,,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,,,