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Tee-Tapping Made - One of the special attractions at the Smokey Point Mall's Western Days last Saturday was some real down- home tappink music by a group of musicians from the area. Senior Center news of the visited gust 14 : have given their of the center of bars for new volunteers to those who did banquet seniors, stated of RSVP be represent- at an RSVP D.C. in the announced that federal budget but that she is , ,'d, ~mr~nrg rm mced that Septem- by Harriet Trowbridge rates can be found New efficers The advisory board elected its officers for the coming term. Those elected were chairman. Bill Hobbs; vice chairman. Signe Tronson and Hazel Brackett, secretary. The three representatives to the executive board were Jack Bauer. Ed eDuncan and Mary Paquette. Day's entertainment Entertainment for the day was a sing-along under the leadership of Jack Bauer. Minnie Davis accompanied on the piano and Lew Wondard also played the harmonica. Observe paddng IineJ Drivers visiting the center are asked to observe the white lines when parking, so other parked cars may have room for riders to get out of their vehicles. leaving Seniors will be serry to loam the Gerry McDonel Bennett will be leaving the center as of August 31. She has been with us lno~*i~-dlly "~nfc-e "hre Mc~nninfg "if, *h~ senior center movement in Arlington. Gerry has been entertainment coordina- tor. bus driver and a person who is wherever needed in our daily activities. We will all miss Gerry. Attended meeting Hazel Brackett, Frank Buffis and Police report Aeeldmts Two cars sustained an estimated $2,000 damage each and one was totaled in an accident August 10 at the intersection of West Ave. and E. 'Division. Richard Anthony Gravasi, 18905 -23rd Ave. NE, Arlington, stopped his 1970 two-door car + at a stop sign on West Avenue and was northbound and Ellen Jeanne Henry a/k/a Edwards, 24829 Jim Creek Road, Arlington, was westbound in a 1976 two-door sports car when Gravasi's vehicle collided with her car. The impact knocked the Gravasi vehicle into the driver's side of a 1974 Ford two-door car driven by Stephen Robert Shepherd, 24519 .-35th Ave. NE, Arlington. The Shepherd car at the time of the collision was stopped at a southbound stop sign on West Ave. waiting to cross Division. The sports car driven by Henry was totaled in the accident. A 1981 station wagon driven by John Hugh Thomas, 22525 .27th Ave. NE, Arlington, was totaled in an accident at the intersection of French and 3rd St. August 6. Thomas was driving south- bound on French and a 1972 two-door car driven by Margaret Reynaum Sommer. ville of Portland, Ore. was eastbound on 3rd and failed to stop at the stop sign and her vehicle collided with the left side bf the Thomas station wagon. Damage to the Millions paid $1Sm~rville,500. vehicle was estimated at In an accident July 30 at the intersection in restitution Adelt offenders terminated from pro- batio~ supervision in the year ending June 30. 1981 paid more than $1.2 million in restitution during their supervision by state Department of Corrections (DOC) probation and parole officers. Probationers terminated during the year also paid over $193:000 in court costs and $162.000+ in fines during their probationary period, according to Ross Peterson. director of DOC's* Community Services Division. The average length of stay on probation is about three years. Peterson said termination includes those released after serving their total probationary terms as well as those who were revoked .(and returned to prison). absconded or died during the year. The $t.266+978 in restitution paid to victims of their erimer, J~y those termin- ated in fiscal year 1981 is a 16.9 percent increase over the S! .083.571 paid by those terminated during the previous fiscal year ending June 30. 1980. The division has 254 field officers in 51 offices across the state. In addition to superqtglng more fnan "13.'T~ prdtydirtm- ers. the officers are responsible for 3.219 parolees. 469 persons in a special Intensive Supervision program, and 1.184 persons residing in Washington but under the legal jurisdiction of courts in other states. of 67th Ave. NE and 204th St. NE, Alma Bernice Thompson of Marysville was driving a 1965 sedan south on 67th Ave. NE and Robert Lynn DePalmer. 12626 -99th Ave. NE. Arlington. had stopped his 1972 sedan at the stop sign at 204th St. NE. DePalmer then proceeded across 67th Ave. NE. and collided with the Thompson vehicle. Damage to the DePalmer sedan is estimated at $2,000: to the Thompson car. $800. Two Arlington men celebrate 25 years Who knows where Weyerhaeuser keeps the paperclips? Ray White does - and he knows where to find 40,000 other items, from pencils to pulp mill parts. White. of Everett. is the timber company's Northern Washington Region Stores Coordinator, and this month he celebrates his 35th anniversary with Weyerhaeuser. White joined Weyer- haeuser August 7. 1946 as a laborer in the Everett Sulphite mill power house. Everett operations employees cele. brating 25 year milestones during AUgust -Wilbur W. Anderson of Arlington, head filer in the Everett sawmill, who joined Weyerhaeuser August 20, 1956. -George W. Showalter of Arlington, lead mechanic in the Everett saTmill, who joined Weyerhaeuser August 27, 1956. Wilma Strout attended the legislative meeting at Paine Field August 11. Thanks A thank you card from the family of Harold HeU was read on Friday. Hat, old died rece.ntly. Sick list On our sick list we find that Mildred Bierman, creative writing teacher for the center, has recently had Cataract surgery. Clara Wrobliski is a patient in Cascade Valley Hospital. We wish speedy recovery for our friends. Have a good week, everyone. (right) at the next to George. the oldest non- gathering, while the longest Carl Thorsen, man and Was the oldest man at the picnic TRUSSES members are east wall of their -- Wednesday Subscribe l'e. ii The Arlington ii Times " _,- ~ s8.00 In Snohomish County ii i OOITIIA~ ~ lone A. Sogm~ lone A. Soilars, 66, of Arlington, died August 6, 1981 at her home. She was born Jan. 5, 1915 in Edmonds. Mrs. Sollars had resided inthe Arlington area since 1971, previously living in Everett for 16 years. She leaves her husband, Ormar at+ home; two sons, Dennis Kjoiso and Raymond Kjolso of Arlington; one stepson Warren Sollars of Anacortes; and two step-daughters, Mary Duke of Edmonds and Janet Haugen of California; and numerous grandchildren. Funeral services were held August 8 in the Weiler Funeral Home with interment following in Arlington Cemetery. The Arlington TIMES , Wed,, Aug, 19, 1981 - 3 Opal Marie #.n~ Opal Marie Anderson, 52, of Everett, died August 14, 1981 at home. Born Nov. 27, 1928 in Arlington; member of Calvary Lutheran Church, Opal was the daughter of Almar and Alvilde Braaten. She leaves her husband, Stan; three children Carol Bruhn and Jeanne Anderson, both of Everett, and Kenneth Anderson of Marysville; one grandchild, Heather Bruhn; three sisters and three brothers, Arline Ness of Sunnyvale, Calif.. Doris Nelson of Bellevue, Gladys Morton of Everett, Clifford, Robert and Larry Braaten. all of Everett. , Graveside services were heldAugust 17 at Evergreen Cemetery +with Pastor Haugen officiating. The family suggests memorials to the Calvary Lutheran Church, Everett. NO PLYWOOD AND LUMBER DISTRIBUTORS, INC. ARLINGTON AIRPORT 435-5541 3 DAYS ONLY! Monday, Aug. 24 thru Wednesday, Aug. 26 INVENTORY REDUCTION SALE AT OR BELOW OUR COSTS NO REASONABLE OFFERS REJECTED V2x8 329 ~. ft. Cir. CEDAR Bevel 2x6 402 bd. ft. S/B REDWOOD 1x6 1670 bd. ft. CEDAR Channel ! Ix:. 8'x8' ROUND POLE ~e'lecV 1~ 1.1L 1~, "il~T~ 2x6 31/14, 2/16, 3/18 3x6 37/10, 16/20 R/S FACE 4x6 ~/lO 18 Bundles 18" STAKES (Not Pointed) CLEAR REDWOOD T&G, V2x3, 188 B.F. OAK CLOSET POLES mm~ mmm~ ~ mmmm - ! + m,,,ll~m;v:lOj..l~t't,a,z,] rot:l: tti 5/8 4x9, T-1-I1 12" O.C., 2 p~. 518 4x9, 7 INS., Stucco 316 V2 4x8 Thermax 67 pcs. 3/8 4x9, 4 pcs., Stucco 316 + 5/8 4x9, 3 pcs. Cladwood 5/8 4x8/29 pcs., Stucco 316 lh 4x8, Reg. 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