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I: 2kGE TWO THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINtJ ON, \ 'AS tINGTON, TttURSDAY, AUG. 27, 1.053. ~n || [lr~. ! O accordion. Judianne Sesby tap RHODES BUYS D. node t runera, Jervlces danced and Liv Storwick played GUERNSEY SIRE A . a'ai I!"! || a v ! a a piano solo A white faced calf Pet~rb..r.....~. Appointee lvzanager I rornowaro osKela was donated by Mr. and K R~odesV~anwood --'-- .... ' -- " c urse of "friends ~wrs. Jonn JacKson was auctloneo . " - -' - .- ' N.W. Co-Op. Breeders an~ r~rgev:2ant~nded the funer- off. by Leroy Larson to Mr Vern seyjUSt purcnaSe as,re ls,anatne l'~ou.YU! :~ " a at Hurlbert Mr. Rosenbaeh was , ~.1 sezvlces for Howard Koskel B Ho e Sno " . " from Fred T. Reuble, , " " " enl "~'~ .... I ] I eeuuve ooaro n I I | un baturoa , Aug o the larg -,,,,,,o, ..................... nced301ast week b_ __[P es'-[][' , "[[ warre" n" ~atey, ~ll~y ~o"p~p~" ~v~ar[, ...... || ram[] ......~.e'gs, I v In all America the Leaaersnl Lme ot a nnou~ ......... Y - .~ Z Burial was in the Arlington cem- radio -- Mr L B. Stave" flash ~,, w~,,~ y - v t~uo) LocKnart at tne . . . 7 ..... " ' uent w... . -- -]eter,, unoer oirec~ion oI MOll _vu- camera--Leroy Larson; $5.00 cash .... a ..... s. co-ops neaoquarters near ~vlount -J, ,,~--~ in ,~lace of ~enset--Mr John Vernon. Hope will take over in neral nuH~e. . ... wl,~ v CARD OF THAN ber his new ost dzreetm Mr Koskela 27 dzea sucto y Septem p g - , , . . We w~sh to extend the Cooperative's breeding serv- early on the mormng of Thur~ eTh~:v~nmg elndedwiathc~iwhitelfelt thanks and appre /ce in 11 eastern and western]day, Aug. 20, at nis home, 6z6 v : our many relatives fr' Washington counties. Dunham Ave: ~ Leroy Larson. I nei~hbors for the 'me '~r] w~r,p is enuinned bv[ He was born at Floremon. The Community Fair in Silvana s,~moath,, the beautii background f" education'-~nd ~[Mmn., Apr)l .16, 1926. and had is sponsored by the Sllyana 4:H[o~e~ngsJ,'the donations wealth of practical' experience to resloea In Arlington since marc , Council ano supporteo oy mone- ory and the kindness ..... hl ....nn~or of our 14-J1946. tory contributions from neighborsI the' hast years of her ?''~ "; ........ : "'2.~" ........... [ He was a member of the Ar- and friends of our young people our r~cent bereaveme' year-olfl orgamzat]on, ,~oc~ncttt,.. ~ "~ire De-artment ...... ' ~ said "He will bring to the jobll]ngt,n ~ . p _ ~. ._, All 3oungsrers oi our com.m.un][Ylloss of our beloved wz] , He is survlveo oy hiS WloOW, are encouraged ro participate a thorough knowledge of dairy-] ............ ]and grandmother -- dairying" . andmensa, keenp ro b undelems .rstandin' , g of Jeanane ' boanth ofneArhnaUgnter" g ton .; h~sJ~H" P ~Z-ara. whethernot . Th e B4"Hoys , club. 4.H leadermembersz" s M.0rr I nHusb" ch Y'M r Mr. a nd" andMrsMrSc~rl, l .... ciation ex l ents Mr and Mrs. Emil goskel I Caarston Larson The G~rls club .__~ naemoers of the asso "~ * =~ ..... one sister ' [ .... w'-ich electedlOt viorenton, ~vlmn.; ,I. is divided into two groups--the Jackson and the Busy E - ' r" thisfMrs Dale Farlee of Albany, Ore.;[ Hilltop 4-H Club led by Mrs. John' bv Mrs. Ellsworth Ma, ert Mooney, Stevens county; Ray Bud Peterson sang two songs "~" eyer akima county and Les,,, ...... =, "1- -"-'-~ ,,,~o born on, ...... " - -- .,,e new man,~,.,,?o, o I was accompamea Dy Mrs J.m.| i / a southeast Missouri dairy Iarm[Haasch at the piano. [ i -- " /~ and has spent his life, excepting[ Pallbearers were: Fire Chief,[ | ~ " for war agricultural Frank Arnot;_ Asst. Chief, Gordon. This is Joe Novelle. and. his blue ribbon comedians, just one of the great acts you will see at | tVf~ll LLII UL ~ i~'P'~]-- ~ervices. He received a bachelor[Quilitz; Capt. Warren Perrlgo,] the Evergreen State Fazr thls year, Sept. 9,10,11, 12 and 13. These dogs are known throughout ~ v, .~ of science degree in agriculture]capt. Norman Saylor, Firemen[ the U. S. for their unusual talents. One even plays the piano. ' | ...... in..=...~R ~ from the University of Missouri]Robert Leach and C. W. Fowler [ Come and see them all at the Evergreen State, Fair. | IHANKtUL PUK in 1937 and served as county ex-[ Honorary pallbearers were" Bill] .......... ; :.. '"| /~AII ,~,n~, ~ tension agent for Pemiseot coun-jPalo, Ray McClure, Mack Smith,] am m , . ~-| P iMa~riO~S,~w~ac~a,--~Jue rlooon| TM~T TA~I( ~||[[[ -~J~#~--~=~ ty, Mo., from 1937 until he was]jr.' Howard Christiansen, Merrilll[~l~V I[~~[~ ~ KII~M~ ~.~,r [ .s..~, ,~., ...... ~ =z=~=m~=tn m~.L. L'~~ called to active duty with the US.[Peterson and Porter Peterson. [IBIIIJ rlBfll~O UL g|lIU|l~ |UII (=anmng t~nerry uJlves)--~lu{ | _. t-~t'w~l~--------~ army reserve in April, 1941. [ Relatives coming from out-of-] .......... ,~,~o ~.,~ c'_,~,~ ~,'h~-~dl (2~ [ribbon, Morrine Torske. | l'none During his war years, spent at]town for the funeral were has] . _.Y __ . ,.. ;:[ .......... I Weaving--Blue ribbon, Morrme | ~ t~v~ ~a-|~ Fort Lewis and Seattle _Port of/r,~r~ntsv ....... Mr and Mrs Emil Kos-lest ann most-en~nuslasuc crowo] mr., Hope also. awaroea rlooonslTorske. t mm ~V~&ZIZ/Z t=*~... =~" " H e advanced[kela of Florenton" his sister, Mrs [yet turned out to support and en-]to the following for the vegetable l ....... .. .~ | Embarkation, op ' " " tri ' ~rozen iryer--~lue rzooon, her- from second lieutenant to major.[Dale Farlee, and husband, of AI-[joy the annual. Silvana Com-[en es.. ...... ald Shroedl. I 1 You'll be mighty glad your oil t~ His army assignment in Wash-]bany, Ore.; an aunt, Mrs. Hugo[mumry ano a-rt ~azr. ., ~ Blue riooons---lv~yron r~ysetnerI In the even[no the community | is full when the first cold sz ington led to his decision to make| Koski of Florenton; an uncle,[ The Fair began at 10 a.m. witn[ (2), Mary l~ysether, Jonn Chase,, a~,~z,," ~,a~,,,~-,~,,~- -~" ~ .... --,~ ~-n,,ol:== ~ " ............ ..... ~'~"~'s ............... n ........ ~,-= ~ ~w this state his erm~inent home Mr Eino Mattila of Florenton" races, ball throwing shoe kick- I Bobby Chase SharrontMullen (3) [ s-,, sL ............... ,,v: ,- t mm ,~romnt our deliveries alw P . . ' . . . ' ' ' nouse ior a program wnlcn v v t After nearly two years service[ I . [ opened with several numbers clean. Phone today , " Mr. and Mrs. Rzchard Lmdberg lng, rope chmbmg and tractor Delores Brekhus (3), David . a Island count a ent, Ho e enof Seattle; Mr. and Mrs. Elden]baeklng contests for all ages.[Schroedl (3), Marglt Storwlek, from the Sitvana 4 H Juni r Band | [] as o~ W~hy g~, ~t~tp ('o]'[Hansen of Sedro-Woolley; Mrs./The winners were paid off in cash]Denny Erickson (3), Charles Mul-I~,~ ~,, ~, ~,,~, ",,~, o r~,~,,,~' | [] ,~kP|~n/5~-nn ~st~aa~e ie~t:94iSonW[vkeede wi~hthelEUrgy~aan~ellloehU:soandf M~eraftd;[~2 ~hen~Ptthand mW:reeythe~ f.~ee[leRed ribbons -- Judy Pederson ,,MI~:wS~og~v~eked~im~ist:atl~nen ] 1 Distributin Co. received his master's degree in]Mr and Mrs. Leo Veilleux of]girls hot dog stand or throwing| (4), Jerry Chase, Delores Brekhus/and Carol Wahl san~" "a "~uet | mm t r i 1949 Heha~head ]MosesLake Wash,Mr andMrs-[darts at the balloons. Horseshe[(2) Sharron Mullen David] ........ s ,~ " ! " ~r~u: ~er nand ~ H club pro" Bud Veilleux of La Grande, Ore.; pitching was enjoyed by the Shroedl (5) Dennv Erickson (2) ~:~al~em~:c~a~?a~k~ter~ ~ow gram as S~ohomish county ex- Mr. Phil Authier, Mrs. AndyMil- men and theannual ball. game[ White ribbons--De~ores Brek-ry Larson, and "How to Yit a | [] tension agent since September,tier, iMrt~i:n~d aMn~iS.M~rOTi~rraoyLeuen]eres~We~n~ne ~YoSrao~Ot~ne~r/~n'~hus (2), David Si~roedl '(5).lCalf for Showing" by Leroy Lar- | [] 1952. ot l,, , . " " Charles Mullen Judy Pederson. son Linda Husby played on her z mm mm Mr. Hope lives in Everett,[geonofKennewlck, Wash. [ The large display of food baked/- --" ..................................... -- .... where he and his wife, Marjorie,]= t ~ o [by local 4-H club and pre.4-H~ have two sons, Bill a senior anal lndex nortsmen ]club girls was judged by Mrs.[ F. B. Jr., a freshman, in Everett ~=." " r. _ [ Blaine Nelson of Arlington. Thet high school. He plans to move[ H~.R}_~ }~ Tra-,hooters [ awards were as follows: [ his home nearer the home office ........ rv . . I Blue ribbon winners -- Irene! of the association as housing and]. The seventh annual picmc and] Wahl (4), Ltv Storwick (3), Don-] schooling arrangements permit.']trap, s.noo~ o.I the ~.n~ex ~p~r~-[ na Madson (3), Judy Pederson] ~t The territory served by the as.[men Wnl oeg~nat ~.uu a.m. "[ (7), Robin Monson, Morrine[ I I ~ ~ .in ., soeiation includes the counties of[ nay=: .AUgUSt c~o[n. .... ]Torske (3) Margit Storwick (.2),[ ~~ ~ Whatcom, Skagit, Snohomish, Is-] . in~s yearly.lunlest nas naol, a]Martha Bruwell (3), Arlene Ny-[. ~~ 2_._ __=~ ~ .... ms land, Clallam, Kittitas, Spokane,[steaflY_ grow~n,_an.a_peop ~ ]sether (2) Patsy Haarsager, Ju-[ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~ |i Stevens,'Grant, Vakima and jef.]tnroug.nout ~nonomzsn _~oun[Y[dianne Sesby (2), Sharron Mul-[ ~~L~ ~r~ ~ ~ | ferson. The association breeds]0no vicinity tOOK Iorwarq to, tne[len Margaret Nvsether ] ~~~ ~~ ~ ~~ 1 | c ws er ,ear for event ano meeung OlO irlenos. / ' - " / ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~ ~ ~ mm m s~ome^50,000 o p. .3_ . [ Steelheade~s in western Wash-! Red ribbonwinners--Morrine/ ~ ~ ~ ~,~ ~ ~ ~ mm 1 ~ne xo,ta~ melnoers in its terra-I . .. " .... / ........ "' "'~nnie Erickson (2) / tory lington will De nappy to learn/xor~ne ~, vu ,I The Co-operative maintains an[the North Fork of the SkykomishlIrene Wahl, Robin Monson (2),,~ office in Arlington [river will be opened from thelDelores Brekhus (3), Patsy Haar-I i' """ [Great Northern bridge to Trout]sager (3), Margit StorwicK, ~iv[ lki lrll 11~ , ~ [Creek in the winter season of]Storwick, Judy Pederson (2), Jan- ~ ~ ' .. r. ay. m [1953. ][el Ratekin, Betty Lynne Ratekin, t " ~~ ~ try. ~ [ Some 14 months ago the Index]Arlene Nysether Judy Anderson, ~~, mm ~ ~ mm more u ese,s ' [Sportsmen presented the Dept. of|Donna Madson. [ ~~ i ~ ~ 1 _ . . [Fisheries a resolution asking fort White ribbon winners -- Judy[ ~ ~ ~___~ .--~ mm The Northern vacilic railway a survey of the North Fork riverI Pederson (2) Jan[el Ratekin, Bet-.[ ~ ~ ~~ ~ will buy additional ~aleSe~]to determine the improvement{ty Lynne Ratekin, Margaret Ny-] electric locomouve umts t land effects of this 4-year ClOsure sether (2) Delores Brekhus (2) 1 estimated cost of $4,548,000 for]cliff Beadle, game protector ]Morrine Torske Robin Monson '1 " 1954 delivery President Robert S.[watehed this river almost contin: Cattle ' " [ Maefarlane announced SaturdayI ually throughout the winter sea-] The' cattle were judged by Mr.[' . ~" following authorization by the son Ills findings together with Pete Hennin~, of Arlington somel _ IF board of directors those of the Chief Fisheries Biolo- of the awar~ ribbonsbeing do-[ 81 EJ A iHI, The order, Maefarlane said,[gist proved that, while this river nated by the Northwest Co-o~)l m~- IFIFLT_EE--EEEEEL _" will be made up of fourteen road- I ranks high in the state for steel- I Breeders'Association "1 ~ ~ ~ if [ [ ~ [ ll[ switchers, five switchers, tWO]head caught, it also had the'I4~l,~_in, " I four-umt 6000,horsepower freight]largest escapement to the spawn-, Up to 6 months--Blue ribbon,[ locomotives and one three unit in areas m man ears . .. . " . ".. " [" g " Y Y [Delores Brekhus; red, Jack Mad-[ ~o n.p. passenger locomotlve.I Nearly 100,000 migratory steel-[son [ With the delivery of the new[head were planted in the North[ R'~,{nnth~ tn 1 year---Blue rib-[ . " v i sel ............. power, NP will ha e 297 d e [Fork in the 1953 season. I bons Dennis Reese, Gerald Brek-[ units in service At present, 80% " "Pack the picnic basket, load[h,,~ ' ~ t-~Dt~ ~tr,~,.,~ ~.~T~l $n ha~d ~T$ ~Ttt- ~t~ ~'~X~'f'~. of NY's passenger service is dies-[up the family and come to Index "'~Junior Yearlings--Blue ribbons,[ ~'~'~'~, .,,~ -~, v-~-- --- ..... e, ----.- ......... --~-~ eiized and all regular main line{this Sunday, August 30th Good Bob Mads'on Donna Madson; red [ kJ Dealer s s~gn.We want to tell everyone we re passenger trains are diesel-pow- stoves lots of arking space and[_tohn Jonson' '] ~a=t, an th~ dr~at (~T~/[(~. te~m' th~ t~arn that'~ ered Freight service is 54% dies-lwe ~uarantee fun for everyone"J ~,,..~ .... 'h~mr~i~, ~nh Mad ] .......... eIiz~! and diesels are used inivla'a~s the,invitation of the Index,son." .............-- "1 bring g . p 56% of the yard work r smen s Club . [Spo t - I 2-year-old--Blue ribbon, Don-] Trucks andlactory-eng~neered service. The five new switcners and twot ---------o ~ ~.~ ~,.^,.~.. ~ t " " A I O.lU DI~J~IIU.~. road-switchers w~ll be asslgnedtEASTERN ST R 3 ear old Blue ribbon Ski I ......... to the Yellowstone division attENDS VACATION I--- S~S~;': re~, Skippy Sesl~'y P'[ But the important thing zs what we have to otter Billings, Mont. six r6ad-switch-/ , Fidelity Chapter, O. E. S., will wfi,.-~ ~i~'~; ~ ( truckers at our new sales and service head- ers to the Rocky Mountain dl-jhold their first Fall meeting on ;,.., J n,,o,-,~,-e Yn,,']! w~nt tc~ l~nnw wh~,t ~ ,n ,t f~r v~,, vision; four to the Idaho di- Wednesday evening', Sept. 2 at 8 ~,s- .... I ,~ .......................................... ,-..-. vision, and two to the Lake Su- o'clock. The committee in chargeIDe:l~rV~rek~r~2a ~:nampzon -I _, , . . _ ... perior division, states that it will be Back to _ [ l~zrst, we ve crowded our showroom w~tn some . ..~. o .., - .. ]School Night," and members are]ta~TeornffeYmSonths Blue ribbons,[~ of the standout new GMC trucks. Our sales In Arlington - rhone ~,~a l aamonisned to oress accoroingiv ....... .-7 ...... , . . .~ . KILLOUGH CLEANERS and not to forget their lunch. Xli garet N sether , " engineers are eager to show you husRy-powered for members of Eastern Star are~vel- ~ m~Y~ to'l ,,ear Blue rib-' models that are setting the hauling pace--and the WATERPROOFING come. ,.,bon, Billy Kopp; red ribbons profit pace--wherever trucks are used today. Larry Larson, Leroy Larson. SURE IVhe. you bare our policy oJ TITLE INSUIL~NCI~ o. your home o~ other land, you can b~ sure" 1. That the records have been examined carefully. 2. That you are insured against loss up to the full amount of the policy if your title is ever attacked. 3. That we are financially able to pay any loss covered by the policy. lus t pon title protection by us. Snohomish County Title Company ARTHUR A, ANDERSON, Manager 291S Wetmore Ave. "~verett, Washington Telephone Cedar 2164 AGEHT IMASHINGTON TITLE INSUUHCil CO. White ribbon, Eugene Elefson. Junior yearlings--Blue ribbons Larry Larson, Mike Larson. Grand Champion--Billy Kopp. Jerseys To 6 months --- Blue ribbons Robert Monson, Robin Monson Mike Larson; red ribbon, Loui~ Chase. 6 months to 1 year--Blue rib- bons, Eugene Elefson, Gary Jack- son; red ribbon, Gerald Brekhus. Junior yearlings--Blue ribbons Don Klein, Robin Mon~on; red ribbons, Robert Monson. Junior Champi0P---Robin Mon- son. 2-year-old--Blue ribbon; Don~ Klein. 3-year-old--Blue ribbofi, Don Klein Aged cow--Blue ribbon, Chuck Klan. Senior and Grand Champion-- Don Klein Fitting and Showing--1. Don Klein; 2. Skippy Sesby; 3. Chuck Klein;4. Donna Madson. Miscellaneous Animals---White Face Steer --- Blue ribbon, Ray- mond Husby; Horse--Blue rib- bon, Gerald Brekhus; Colt--Blue ribbon, Donald Brekhus. Mr. Earl Hope, assistant county agent, judged the poultry and rabbits with Blue awards going to Bob Robb, Sandra Sesby, Steve Chase, Linda Husby, Larry Lar. son, Leroy Larson (2), Sharron Mullen, Charles Mullen, Donald Brekhus, Robert Elliott, Wallace Gruwell (4 blue---1 red), Norman You'll find a GMC that's right for job. And whether you now have a GMC or some ot/aer make, let our newly equipped Service Depart- ment solve your repair and maintenance problems. Our factor .trained mechanics are skilled at nip- ping truck troubles in the bud; pride themselves on fast, thorough work. Our complete stock of genuine GMC parts is always available when you need replacements. But come on in and pay us a visit. Find out how little it costs to put a thrifty-powered work for you--and to get the kind of truck serv- icing that will save you money ! 1 l [ TRUCKS GASOLINE 4,890 GW to 90,000 GCW DIESEL 19,500 GVW to 100,900 GC| 523 OLYMPIC AVE. TELEPHONE 782 ARLINGTON WASH.