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No. 17 Arlington, Wash., Thursday, August 23, 1951 Consolidated with Arlington Chronicle April [Foresters Here Farmers Union iAlbert Kuhn ' [Watchin Fires Expresses Thanks [To Direct Music . , ha II I Bernard Anderson assistant The Arhngton T,mes [A* c,.oJ.. - ,'hools ,- ............. [regional forester, United States Arlington, wash. [ L ~Ja~u~, ~ I was re-electeu|~-art n--~ong home on me[For st rvi w i Arli ton uear b,r " [ :~ . . . , e Se ce, as n ng ..... ,, ..... . ....... ., the Stlllaguamlsh[Range," Audience; "My Grand-]Tuesday with Phil Brandner, su-The members of Farmer's . .,' : . rs ' " " v . . , ..... llU ,atthe .annual]fathers Clock and. In, the E e-[pervisor of the Mt. Baker Na- Umon Local 399 wish to ~unaay in con-|nmg oy me moonlight , lvlonroe[tiona1 Forest. They had been up the people who exhibited ar."}:~ ~'i:~~.. Members of the Arlington off the hill, this would afford ae 40th annual re-[Melody Men; Introductions, Mes-~on Deer Creek inspecting the ticles and livestock in our't~:):i:::i: Commercial Club, finding time an overpass across the railroad kSSociation, held at[~.ages, Chairman (brief remarks]fire there that is threatening ha- F%ir. We wish to thank especially ::: ~/:: - for business and various act!v!- tracks and West avenue, taking ark " " " :':: : ...... .... :::: ...... ,.. , here. Also re-]by Pioneers); Skabalko and[tional forest timber, the following hst of merchants ..... .... tins too precious to devote to In a small part of the Standard ,win. Walhs, vice-] Ba-quab,Nels Bruseth, Pres.] This is Mr. Andersons first and businessmen who contrlbuL ;::!;~::::~:~:: meetings during the lunch hour Oil Co. grounds, and continue t Mrs Edna Verd lentation J E Wrage Report on/trin on the Mt Baker forest ed so very generously with mon-i:/:.~i:~::~i~: ::!: :::::~:::; or evening hours have settled north on a straight line west of [Registration Mrs. Edna Verd ]and he has met most of the ey and merchandise that was ii::::i~!~ upon the idea of transacting club West avenue, dropping towal~! ~he pioneers who]Old-Time Music, Preston Sisters; [Forest Service personnel on the awarded for the best articles ~x- ::!~!.!~i!:~:i.:~/:(:: ~:::.~:~:i~ :;!::i:i: meetings in the early morning the river at about where the Le Pio'neer Davilion[Auld Lang Syne, Audience.[three fire camp's visited I hibited: Northwest Co-op Breed- ::::i:'~:i~:~:~ ~ii~:: so have been meeting at 7:45 sewer line descends the hill. ' join in the 40th[ The obituary list as read bv[ L L Colville, regional forest]ers MurI~hy Feed Store, Sny- ::::: ~ ~i~'~:::!::i: enjoying coffee and doughnuts This meeting was arranged bM ~n of the St!lid-[Margaret M. B'arber follows: [fire officer, is also on the Mt ders Hardware, Paul's Variety i::::ii: :/~i:?: '.~;i:i~ii~i!::~?:: and transacting the club's af- President Harold Murphy of the :ers remarked that[1950~ ' [Baker Forest, advising on fire Peterson's Grocery, Arlington :~!~!i : fairs, club, who went to Olympia, to ~ze hanging over[ ^,,~, o~ ~.o ~.~. ^~.[control planning and co-ordin- Times, Hammer's Department :~: New Highway Route have the route determined, U s reminiscent f[Bannister 66 a resident ,ff Ar [atlng manpower and supplies[ Store,,Lottle s Beauty Shop, LaG-~!::: Reporting at last Tuesday it m necessary to know the li,~ 'when forest fires[H,~t,,, ~,, '~,a n.~,,~,~t~,, ~,,~[from" other forests. ]sic Shop Kiltough Cleaners Ar-!~: morning's session on a commit- of the new highway, where it on occurrence. [5"0"-~'ea'rs .............. ~" ....... [ ' o ] nold's Jewelry, Arlington Varie-I:!!i:::~i tee meeting, held last week with crosses the Kent's Prairie, sirme s ........ ,a ff " .. ..... [PTA ]~v-,,~ ~,~,~,~*14~^,,,]ty, Massar Lumber CO, Arling-[~;ii!~ members of the state highway negotiations are under way in,am,, an...~,~,~.~*l ~ept. 5--George uewey w, rlgn~,la ax~ ~,A~. %.,~i||aaaitt~ ton Hardware Co Henry Mur.[~;i;!i department, V M. Lee stated looking to sale of 7 acres ers, nelo wlmln[52, son of Oso pioneer Cub [ * ra ' i ' - ~ ~::i [" -- ~ ~ [ y s, Arl ngton Sl~oe Sho , Ed that the route of ro used new land there to the Alderwo~! the large crowd Wright and resident of valleyToMeet nua p p . [ . ,lchter, Jeweler, J. C. Penne :::~::~ ~: : ~-;:~: hi hwa throu h Arhn ton was Products Co Ours to hear the since 1 2 - Y Y":~:::~,:~:~:~::~ :~:: :-:~,::::::~ .... !::~:::;~i~::~i!~:!~:.: .g Y g. g " 'ogram of remin .... 90 . An Important meeting of the Co., Haasch s Richfield Service, discussed, and it was virtually Mill N~ Mo~e L~md im .....~ .... l uctooer 2--M. M. Gimse 82 [P T.A. Executive Board and Marshall Wells Store Mu~phy's !~::~:l:;~ii, ~:~ :i~::.~::!/~!ii!~:::;~'!i:~!~:!'ii!i~:~!:~i~i:::~!~ decided that same should enter In connection with the martin" ~e ,,h.. ~, ...... [veteran minister who had of-[standing committees will be[ Grocery, Peterson s Clothes ::~'::~:~: ........... ~:~:~:"'~"~:~:::~:~::~?~::~:::~:~:::::~ Arlington at south end of Cobb of moving the Alderwood Prod- e ba'~t'~,~'~':,~',~]fered invocation at these reun. ]held on Friday night, at 8 o'clock]Shop, Pete's Cage, Olympic Then-[ Albert Kuhn [avenue, cutting diagonally across ucts mill, Ernest Meier stated ~-=-" A~--' ~'-". ""lions on several occasions |at the High School I tre, Cordz Battery Shun, Petersonl ............. this street, and following a that the compa~ay had signe~ [ October 13---Marit Larson, 78,[ embers of the board and Motor Co., Arhngton Modern[~.,,~,. t. **. .... ,-..~,,..~ ~.~lcourse that would include the, the lease w,th the Northern Pa- u,- me coming " M " -- ,~loer~ r~unn, z~, grauuate of . , . land v " [wife of Ole Larson and a resi-[committees are urged to attend[Cold Storage, Coast-to.Coast]~een"en~a~"l;v ~e"~in~'t'on[Nels Petersan home. ComingiPacifie Railway for the site on se enty reg a s s ~ s - :[dent of this valley for 72 vears [ s the plans will be made forlStore, Olympic Shoe Repair,[ ....~..~.~ , ............. ~]_~ Prairie, but would require mol~ ~r, an increase oi - " " th , , , ~cnool ~.~ ~ uav~ cn,,,s~ ,,~ - ar It is estimated] October 27---MrsAlma ShaG-[ __ ] ..... '. , ._ ]music in the grade schools of theIDeer Creek Fire ............ e years activities. Stu s Snack Shop Mansfield s . land, and are negotiating wit~ " " n urug ~mre, t~ertllson s uress Mr. murphy Ior an a{luluon~ attended the pic-[non, 76, respected reside tof]liT I o, [Sho- Arlin-ton a .... [district. [ .......... I.~ ___ lAtrine, tab fnr all vasv~ lV~I~][I) .~r~'l" I P, g ~ leway, ~,arll ....... ! ~y wednesday aiternoon me I 72 acres. _ _ . i---:.--]~,:---- :-=- -~._;~--~._ . !., --j ...... ,~l. IWeber Pontiac, Harold Land Mo-]. ~wr. ~unn was supenntenoent[big forest fire on upper Deer[ The mill company is now op- raaa been mane[ ucto~er z~----~Atis JacKson, on.lYlL~.. ][~_L_ ~I._L [tors, Backstrom~Iotors, The Cit-]~r..~wo,years at me LumeranIcreek' which has been raging[crating on the airport. accommodation!remaining son o~ me late pm-ili~ ||ML~, ~k~l~U l izens State Bank Arlin~,t,,-ctate|~nnaren s home, minneapolis. |~inoo last Vr|dav h~d onvorod Mr Meier al~a ronortod that" d, foldlng tableslneer settlers, Mr. and Mrs. J.W.[ ........... ]Bank Hunter & Son =ll ,,e Ar ,He also taught two years atl,q,.~.~ t,. gnnn ~-..~ nf ,.,,t nvor the mill had ~]n~d Mn.~Aw in "" the Arllng[on nelgn[s Im- . , , -~ ~- " ....... .- ~, ............. " .... . .... -: ......... -., .- the pavlilon,[Jackson, met death by drownlng[nrovement Club mat ~st,,~,~.v[hngton. !Cordova, Alaska, where he in- [and virgin timber lands, and was] nlght, after cleanlng up all ',K arrangementslnear _,%e[cnlKan, AlasKa. It:.._._.. . -~ ."r.~"'"Tf ISilvana Grain Co H ~ ~n,~v,~ Is[l[u[eu a music department. I h,~i,,~r en,,~,ht h,, ~nn m,,~ l availahl~ tirnh,r snrl tvn,,ld ,.~ }r the group November 7 aars nusby 76, evemng ior asocial night wire ., -- ...... , ..... b --..~.-~ ~-g ~. ................... , ........... - - " ] ~.-- .' Inlaying, cardsbeing, th ......... |Silvana MercantileCo. Mon-[ He is an excellent violinist[ Starting in the Puget Sound main down until logging op~- , uurln the ast well known ,:ast StanwooalO "- ~ o ~" ........ , , I ..... .... [g_., P. ] .... P "[of entertainment Waylan Starr,[sns Park n Shop, Silvana Cold,and his duties will be supervis-[Pulp & Timber Co. workings, lations can be resumed. -~- greauy lm-lne~r. . . -- [the newly elected nresident -w~]Strage, all of Silvana. [ion m music, voice and instru-[the fire has covered considerable] The club decided to urge reae- ,e memorial trees! Novemoer19---William Mcuou. i - '., < .. ' "~/ We wish also to th-,~- *~,~ ,-o Imental in all arades I.-,~ **... r,^.. ~,.^..,...,,... ~-- ~ It!vat!on of th~ c., m~.,..~ - th- --,...... ~I~_,, o= ....~ ~^..~_; :_ .~:_ .._, |presenteo tne gavel, In tnis case, . ,,aa ~,,~ I""'I . ' ~ " lU~ t,LC UCC* ~*~:Ca val~:y *il V*'I . ~ v,tj ~aaaa,*atU~ ,'"5 p,onee,. . ponul .,, oo. -li, u. m tm2 va,-/a brand ona~ .~..a,m~to,~.~_ .k,,|pers for their cooperation in giv-I . He is married, and Mrs. Kuhn[cinity of Rick Creek, and entered Commission, and will make a i"u-glve .... evmencelley .......... In ~, Well Known loggeriMrs Wold The retirin~ officersling~ us the needed publicity tollS also an accomplished mu-[government timber in vicinity study of the present tax situa- * eventuan De anu larmer nelpe~ tO Iall, on e, Sl 1 _ . Y "[ _. Ionc~ .... ",.~.~ .... n ,... ~ .... ~.~,[help make the 3rd Annual Farm-I 'c'an and vocalist [of Little Deer Creek It!on pot soum mar in of Kent s Prairie ,, ,, ,i^--." -. -[~ ~, g ...... ']cake and coffee as capabl,, as[ers Union Fair a succesS. They have found a house here[ On Tuesday it blew up and[ It was decided also to mee~ C*lle (]inner anu ~amous ilag pole WhiCh were to - 'at corner le ........ [ ........................... [they have during the past year [Following is a list of the[ ..... of McLeod Ave. and]ran through green timber over]at the American Legion hall: n,any OlUtlme u,v ~u,un,u,an r~xpo~*t*on unt lnlrd St her - - [ ..... ' "[Members exnressed thank~ a-:~[lucKy winners of the prizes that [Little Deer peak into Little Deer l carter for the early mornl~ reetUrned- for the[cago, in ~ ........ [appreciation"to them for a ~'ob]were awarded the lucky ticket] -- [Creek valley [sessions. The next meeting will ^~cn omer wim] ~ovemoer. z~--ueorge w atlR..Iwel1 done durin~ their termaof[hlders: Vacuum Cleaner---An-[r, . [ Ranger I~arold Engles of the|be on Tuesday, Sept, 18. ~t zormer uays ner ou, Well Known Jim ureeK . o ton Ka el Burlin t ' ' t- [- ' ......... [office [ PP , g on, Wash.;[r, ver reen Lo(We [us Forest Service, had a crew[----------o on ~armer settling mere in _t~u~ " Ro ers Silver late Ke ht ~ m " " " " * )r " ' " The president appointed .lhe g P -- n Vaug , busy "Wednesday building a p~egs~am-wa--s an'[soDeC~7.mberonT~'~-Charles Peter']committees to serve during theIEverett, Wash.; Speed Queen I Meets Sent. 6 ]trail into the Little Deer creek[Would Beautify ,. ment ~. L.]. ? , p ee Ingle manu-]next year the chairmen of th'~[Irner and Chair--Bob McGlad-[ r lvalley and established a firel~ Iv, * ' ~vmrphy, son ofltacturer wno came to Wasning-~ ::- ' - -- ~Ider'" R 1 Arlin-t ..... ~ ' The business m--': ~~ I .... |I~.[lP~'~ll] [fill [Ur,,h, o..n .... 'tn, ~, ~eea /committees as IOllOWS: Enter-/... y' ._., gun, yva~ii.;] . . . ,. eetlng oi r_.V-lcamp mere, same being a-aaa ,.-~--.~ ..... v-~- -~-.. -y~. ~ ......... :- . /tainment Mrs Harr,, ('~-~ .... |,.metric ~onee Maker (Sun-lergreen uouge, ~ons of Norway, plied by pack train. nngton Commer- ueeemoer z~----tViOllle w. _~et-I ......' ~ 7. -;. "~-"~-":"|beam) Mrs Alma ~'~.--- ~" ~t~, Iwill be held nn ThHr~d~v .q~nt [ ~...... u,.,...,,~ ~,t.,*. .... 4,[ At the meeting of the Arling- corned the Plo- tles, 85 respected resldent of ". ' woo " 6 instea " ton Garden Club, held at the ^,_ . I .............. [Building Denny Lllloren- Way / d, Electric Westinghouse] , d of Friday, Sept. 7, and Glacier and Ed Anderson of the ... I "~aosen remarks Arnngton Irom I~U~ IO l/d~i~5;/ . .."' ..- ... :2 ,S Roaster A H,,~ ........... 'the meeting, wq~ h.~ ~,~a ~. ,,-'h../~r ......................... /rural home of Mr. and M,o. E. songs, as sung mother of six daughters and[ana,ff_z_cans' lv~rs. ~les uarrow; ville, Wash r"'~]~e'c~rif' ~a--~..~/home of ~m" ~vIcFar~an~ ..... li*n'~o~ass~s['~, ~~ ~u ~'[W. Soper on Monday, August 13, 1 vve~are, lvirs. ~rt t~orman ., ,;ruv-,.,v -s =~ the club " elody Men were three sons " T . . decided to further the ,nd ,~.~,....~a ~i D~o~h,~, 9"7 t,,a,,~ t ~ ~,~n [ It has been decided to post-oaster . (Sunbeam) -- Albert[ On Friday night, Sept. 7, the[ State and company crews]Ginn tn h~n.tifv th~ 17' ........ 5-~.~:~"~.''' '~? ~,~'-~,~-'Z.~'_/'~7"[.~2hZ-2_'A~"'..:'|pone the first meeting of Sent roules, ~. ~, Arlington, Wash. [lodge members will go to Ev.[have been battling the fire on[.~tnt~ ~,~,~a~"~'~;~" -ero narter, ana ~, vo, ~,~t u~trlct attorney in ~- "A ain w ............. "'"""~ -"~ "'o"" u,,, . ~.i~,,h,~,i~ w.... ~ the second Saturday, Sept. 8,g e wish to thank every-[erett to help Normanna Lodge]the private and state lands, and in~ to aid ......... ~,o~,~ (,al,,~,~ "*'%"K'll A'~'J'" ~]/'~'~ .................. ~:) ....... ~';'~J~" * one who hel ed mak . ~, ..... ~ v ..... - ........ x- ................................ !so that everyone may emov lhe p e our 1951]celebrate their 40th anniversary ]U. S. Forest Servme men wereleurn h,,]h~ h.... 1H.,-, oe *h.. ,x ,~,ammenu[s,' ana,~,t,~, uom ~oo~ to x~. [Labor Day week-end, o , Fair a .success.---Stanley John-[There will be a full evening ;i ] activated when the fire crossedl~rarv"~e~ore:Se~"~'sj2,:':,=,~" ')a~"~,','~'*~'-'-?,~, Jan 14--Gu~t~v~ w ,o.. a~ [,.,. . _.o:-----~ son, ~alr and PubliCity Chair-ldancing. Refreshments will be[~nto federal timber lands. Five]leet~-l will ~,, ~,~,'~.~"~"..~...~"~. .... v ~- ,,,~*,~ ~ ~, ....... s, o~,, man additiona w "" """~' "*" ~" i n r /served. l po er saw crews were central p.p. o ee of Arlington and the IIheodore Neste =.......... ]sent i-t- I . :., committee tO supervi~ addition to the ~urn ~istrict settling here in[ . -- ............. .~ ....... planung, Pplied by Mr. 1897. Early rnomber of Pioneer[Dies Suddenly FOWLER AGENCY TO PLAY ALL-STARS, The club also is prom oti~ ~tst~cretarnYee: AS~:nuary 16--Crick O. Ander- dTh;dFrr~aNe~e~r~3n die~uSUdt GAME SCHEDULED FOR AUG. 24 ']F estSa rV ernoon when the ~ainein~" S~bmS:r:2t'l:nasllt gaGg~ :ins not 0nly son, 86 well known pioneer of . g, g . . . | . ,, , ,, . magazine. Anyone interested ....... , ............ 17, at his home In Darrin~ton Winning the City League title season ;fire appeared toblow up in may .~om,r,~ ~ ~,,ho,.,~.,~...~ ,... s~lng message,~nvana, who setueu mere in -- : - " t - .......... ~--v-.,,- ~,~, ..... ~ooo w~ ~,,,,,~ ,~,~,.,...~ ~,~Mr. Neste, who with hisby a three-game margin, the This game. the final one ofl the Little Deer Creek area fears contaetin~ 1v[r~ ~.~.... ~. mu ume son , ~oo~ .... v,~ ~,~- ,,~ ~,~- ....... ~, ,,~,,,,~,, *~ Down on thgelagu'amish Pioneers"and assist: brothers, was interested in min- power-packed Fowler _Agency the season, is opento the public Weraet fe~t;2ato~here wouldbe^a the City Clerk's office, or Mrs L. . ..... ~ .. ...... . ........... lng ulalms on Jumoo mountain ]cam WIll oppose the All-~tars, Iree ot charge meacners are ~ ,~g u umuv.. C Palmor " iatner, hen eu in n~any ot our prOgralns "~ ~- " had resided at Darrlngton since a selected group of players chos- available around the infield and However, Hubert Wilson, U. S. " " ! the~:~st ampYpr ld~:r:c~t6?raYrne2dsid~nWi::i~t:thAeL?Pi 191HTe was born at Decorah, In, e~ b[~he~e~2[s tgh:m~awn~ige~eS ~ag::h eCx~emcr~:SaSig3:~ cTUk:u~ F?r~t Se~c:i wh:i~ inchargae Markwell l~inds h~t Mrs. Edna years, g . . AhUeg..a./2~' 187~t" HLeaw~nlni?t~dri~n plgy~diFglda~Y7n~g,h~ugu~: 24; to see the contest. Won Lost Pct. sur~ey Ofmtoheirggi:ndbYepYrtWedt odel " " 15. rTeShentfea:vo~O ~:MaYsaun4~dE~,Zabwe~fhe (oS~Vi~::e EvMrettN~S:eeW~Soa E..m%mber( ef[ nSean:da63n88 Mhittrer2yWiwllOp t ~it]en,geitth~r ~oerad~eg thelOOPnOr[ heetheghway as far south as/] Re istration [ !ha~e thoerml~ Spa~M~L::::e:rat::r:::i:li:lS::t~F::~ito:l~ux a"s/ i I ! ~f~fl:ig,2hS:~ onT~90o.f Oso, where he settl [B|acktopped [4)~dh/tw~i!lrgdph~tlsSttt:~a;~pA:t~i~[Wi:dgtah~r~ibS~idiv~slilnMoyP~[~Peyalley' .o_ ]] ktndergarten stuitents [ p'~.ak~Son.nTthse veMayn%S~g:~.~tahru~I~B~t~e?~i~[coC~p~n~ydroadicrewasnl~trw~ek~7dl1cbetLr~u~1ee~ AO J/eC Ub:[Mi mT: and seven games OUtlmgnway l-A [[ lilV.~.2?n bus routes 23. 8.2 .I irh]ik~o~r2n~~, ~vnerxer~~teS~fnB~ b?bae~] l~IN:]~h~?efb:ah:ktSopUgthxteF~[nkg ~Ta~m'[~V:o~s,aond~niringh~ f~:lde' h~taY*~[FL[:/ AMgUniyZa' grca~h~r f~r/inHigh~taY:'Ath3~ b~t~ndeceivfll S~.t~ll~l~k~n~ethr~arten students ! ~ta, lled as a May l~Mina Ross, 69, wife/tmh es w Hamilton farm season, Rod a;n.i' e rUea thoi~i~55rown~hb~s na Y[toate. hThebroad g~ut~e o~ Arling..l[liv ngm nkPnd ggTePrOper. t [e~n~ilflr~t st~re fit. ~ll~hfe~t41~e[~.~hslne:F/e'ed eRO%S andee~sa, U.lge~tere!fi ai~!~~i!r~ed~Gilf~dgap of ~rdo Jrdla2"T~wl%lea[~s] up~~~i~haahv~ilthe 4:e~oI~ ~es~rVo~ t h~ lnoi~h-] fel.ry~lln5ni~2!a~FPi~r~.Haii:iii:mate, Ken 0