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,, THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, AUG. 27, 1.5,). PAGE Lynn Danielson, COrresPondent. t Pca r Jack Anderson several well gathered at the Jack An- to greet Mrs. Ander- birthday. They were and Helen, Mrs. and daughter, Mrs. and son, and Mrs. Wey- of Arlington, Gus John- Island, Mrs. Al- and girls of East Mrs. Lynn Danielson Anderson was the lovely gifts lunch was en- the afternoon. Meeting the community f evening, the 28th. rs. Frank Pigort in Snohomish and at Day Creek with Mrs. Ebey-Lake Riley Terry Bunten, corr. Phone 307W2- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Woll an( .~hildren Barbara and Harold of Springfield, Ore., came for a visit over the week-end August 15th with Bill's parents, the W. J. Wolls. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Woll and children of Everett came to have Sunday dinner and a visit with the Bill Wolls. Sunday af- ternoon after attending a picnic, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Woll called on the Geo. Swansons of Cicero• Mr. Swanson is still confined to his bed but is improving. Sunday, August 23, the Home Demonstration Club held a belat- ed picnic at Engstrom's Park on the Burn road. Six ladies with their husbands and children were there and all enjoyed a fine time with plenty of good things to eat. The next meeting of the club will be at Mrs. Bassfords in Sept. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. McCab'e of Seattle were Saturday night din- ner guests of the W. H. P~ays. Saturday evening• Uhnhausen, Mrs. Alfred and Roxie, spent Maple Grove with the ausens, Jr. Mrs. Ray Schei and and Roger visited at the O. Swanson home. i Mrs. Mygatt of Pleas- Were Sunaay afternoon the Pete Snartemo same evening, Mr. and Snartemo and Kathie Hansens attended a a picnic at Silver when all the sis- Mrs. George Baldwin Saturday morning Walter Bun- Howard Smileys of ten called on his sister, Mrs. Lynn Colby of Arlington, and enjoyed a short visit and a cup of coffee. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Carey of Lake Riley and grandson Jackie Rogers made a trip to Bellingham to visit Mrs. Carey's sister, Dr. Akan. They also. went to Seattle one day this past week to visit their daughters, Mrs. Rogers and Mrs. Dale. On Sunday, Aug. 23rd, Mr. and Mrs. R. Rogers and Mrs. M. Dale came to visit over night with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Carey. They will take Jackie Rogers home with them so he can at- tend school. Mrs. Carey has been of Harry from in Nebraska met. Mrs. Lynn Danielson and Mrs. Erickson the Danielson home as Mrs. Danielson was a fall which leg. of Seattle called Danielson home Fri- Danielson "and-Doris the Iver Aulbu home in ~ood Sunday afternoon. ta of Happy Valley was .lso a :he week when the m - .'be gathered from the Club members for at, the Stillaguamish 'HELL Willis Hilde, corr. )hone 2117 Mrs. Luther Johnsor of Wenatchee were guests of the Audral on Monday• Id visitors at the Ralph were Mr. and Mrs. )n of Seattle and Joan irtup. Glen Rowley of spending a few days and family, Mr. Wiggins• Kluin and children led Mr. and Mrs. Vic of Mukilteo to the races in Seattle on Ketchum's father, li.~te] of Arlington, at an Arlington hos- Funeral services on Wednesday after- Mrs. Audral Moreland visited with the Cecil ly on Sunday. The e just purchased a S no~ )r 1 ish. guests at the Herb O1- on Saturday were IVIr. ivej Hilde "of Auburn, Who is stationed with 'Navy in Florida, and ~rs. Willis Hilde and lin, 'accompanied by ~)ns and Cliff Stensrud, Week-end fishing at , where they caught rainbows. ill the last several days. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Reed of Se- attle visited at their daughter's home, Mrs. Del Waugh. Mr. Waugh and children fished in the Stillaguamish Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hagaman of Edmonds and some friends came for a surprise visit Sunday eve- ning to the Carl Schmids'. 2 LAKEWOOD I Mrs. Hilde, corr. [ Phone 2117 ! Mr. and Mrs. George Rauch and Mrs. Lottie Atstrom motored to Bow Lake on Sunday, to see Mrs. Alstrom's nephew, Harold Swartz, off for Great Falls, Mont., where he will be employed for the next 6 months• Mrs. Clifford Bjorn entertained a group of girls on Sunday,* in honor of her daughter Ardetta's 13th birthday• The guests were Arlys and Arline Vroman, Margo Zwicker, Glenda Stork and Pat Hughes• Mrs. Vera Lucille Outwater left for her home in Kansas City on Tuesday and Mrs. Farr re- turned to her home in Sa4em, Ore., on Friday, after spending some time with the Floyd Kay- lors. Dick Jensen arrived by plane I from Los Angeles on Saturday morning, after a month's vao~- tion on the tuna grounds with his dad. The George Siegels moved to ~,lderwood Manor on Saturday, where they have purchased a home. Mrs. Charles Kunde returned to her home in Arlington on, Having completed an irrigation system, Harry Carlson here is applying calcium nitrate to soil just before turning on the water• Conservation Notes Harry Carlson reached for thirty-six inch pipe wrench but quickly withdrew his hand. Thir- ty-seven years as master me- chanic with Standard Oil of Cali- fornia had taught him to put a glove on his hand before touch- ing metal in the sun of Bakers- field, Calif• Far to the North, near a place called Puget Sound, Harry's wife had located a farm and her let- ters to him spoke of green trees and a sparkling stream of water• Harry's folks had brought him to California, from Chicago, at the age of thirteen .months. He was a boilermaker at twenty-one years. All that he knew about farming was a lot of water had to soak into the soil to produce a crop. . 7- , Harry came north to join his wife on the first of July 1949. The sparkling stream was Jim Creek in the Arlington vicinity• For the next few years they "built up" their place and gained a world of experience. Last year the Carl- sons sold the Jim Creek place and purchased another on Ar- lington Heights• It was late May but the Carlsons immediately set abou___~t plannin_____~g thei___~r develop- ARLINGTON HTS. Carrie Kelly, corr. Club to Hear Grange Speaker The Arlington Heights Im provement Club will meet Satur- day, September 5, at 8 o'clock• Mr. Allen Johnson of Olympia will be guest speaker. Topic to be "Marketing Legislation." Mr• Tohnson is director of agriculture, radio and research for the Wash- :ngton State Grange• The Boy Scouts will conduct the flag sa- lute and have a special part in the program. Members are asked to bring date or nut bread for re- freshemnts. Homecoming For McDonald Family Mr. and Mrs. Fred McDonald are enjoying a homecoming of their children this week. Mrs. Harry Valen (Muriel) arrived a week ago from Kodiak, Alaska, this Friday Mrs. Ernie Medema (Lassie Lou) and sons Lynn, Ladd, and Lee, arrived from Ko- diak ,and Monday, Mrs. O. D. Sandberg (Hallie) came from Toppenish. All are going over Labor Day week-end to Yakima, to the home of Fred McDonald, Jr., where they plan to celebrate Wednesday, after spending some time recuperating from the flu at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Louis Stuller. The Lakewood 4-H clubs were[ the seventy.fifth birthday of Fred well represented at the fair in[McDonald, Sr., on the eighth of Marysville over the week-enc~,]September• with groups from the poultry, gardening, dairy and meal plan- Buckley Reunion ning division tal$ing part. The! Mr ~nd Mr~ Wm R Rnc~kl~v[ Lakewood Poultry Club had the! joil-~e}l-t'w'ent"-y~-thr'e'e"ot~her-m'e'm[[ oneessmns at the Ialr e c , , : . [ of the Buckley family, in a[ lwary.Ann Bjorn., WhO is em-lpotluck dinner at the home of] pmye.a In beat.tie, is spendmg a[his daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Chet[ weeks vacanon at me nome or John¢on in L-,,,~wn,~ q,,-nav her parents, Mr..and MI:s. Clif-ISome relatives-had"com~e"" b~[ mra ~]orn r~lan r • ], e f om as far away as Mex-] ....... o .... _._ lien City for the reunion. [ ,, T ~.rCT( JN PTG• CO., PH, 493 Plan Trip To " I i: : = i : North Carolina I ~t 1 ~ t ~ Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Queen[ ~ ~ ~ ! ~_~ are planning to start on a motor/ • ' ~ trip to Ashville, N. C., the first/ ~-" week in September. They plan to I~lOte work from spend a month there, vis.iting Mr. Queen's father and aged grandparents. They recently pur- chased a late model car for thel trip. I Mrs• James Montgomery and l her sister, Mabel Darling, left[ August 10th for an extended visitJ of relatives in Kalispel and Co-I lumbia Falls, Monte [ Mary and Lyte Haddenham helped little Mike Queen cele-I brate his fourth birthday last[ Friday. I Recently this column had ,an engines You can reduce "down time" and save on operating costs by lubricating your diesel and heavy-duty gas°line'engines with RPM I)ELO Heavy Duty Lubric~ing Oil. Specially com- Pounded, it resists corrosion, prevents the formation of harmful engine deposits, keeps contaminants dispersed and stops foaming of oil in the crankcase. With RPM DELO Heavy Duty Lubricating Oil keeping engines clean and cutting wear, they will smoothly, develop more power and do more Work. They will stay on the job and need less over- hauling. Get RPM DELO Heavy Duty today. about Standard Oil Company of California products, call your Iocul Standard man " " Telephone 311 .item on a missionary, Mrs. Han- nah Christiansori, for many years in Jamaica, this is to correct the ~rror, which read Juneau• Mr. and Mrs. Roy Richardson, '~ccompanied by their grand, :laughter Marilee Christian, spent 3unday afternoon and evening at he imrne of a nephew, Mr. and Mrs• Clarence Clark, at Ferndale• Mr. and Mrs. Waylan Starr Judith and Larry. were on a camping trip over the week-end, it Bedal camp grounds above Darrington. Mrs. Gordon Rathbun spent Monday in Burlington visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Oldham, Mr. Rathbun going up later in the day. Scout Hike Mrs. A. A. Lilloren was pleas- antly surprised Saturday when Dr .and Mrs. J. Rude, Juneau, Alaska, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Rude, Portland, Ore., came to visit them. Mrs. Rude is a niece of Mr. A. A. Lilloren, who passed away some years ago. Marion Taylor and Jimmie Mc- Kinnon are spending this week ment work for the next five years• Harry made a request to the Soil Conservation Service for a "farm plan•" This consists of an assessment of the soils, map- ping, fertilization recommenda. tions, and an orderly plan of crop rotations and clearing. The "runout" stands of grasses and legumes were plowed and SlSCO HEIGHTS [ /virs• Willis Hilde, corr. ] Telephone 2117 [ Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Patch have been wiring their home and are expecting to have electricity into their place very soon. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Morgan of Medford, Ore., and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Herbert and daughter of San Francisco are visiting at the A1 Huson home. Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Underwood entertained with a hen's specking partY on Saturday and Sunday night• They transferred 1600 pul- lets from the range into the lay- ing house. The party included Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Jorgenson, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hershaw, Mr. and Mrs. A1 Patch, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Vannoy and Mrs. P. W. Vanasche. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Bjerkaker of Arlington ano lvir. and Mrs. George Brower of Clear- view came to viist, but were rooked into working. Refresh- ments were served to the group at the close of the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hurl of Sacramento, Calif., spent Wed- nesday visiting with his father and family, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. seeded to a cover crop of winterl Vanasche. wheat which was plowed under! ~, ~-,~ M~-s Cameron Gwin m the spring for green manure, and family of Mt Vernon spent The old stands of pasture and the week-end at the J D Patch hay were fertilized in an oFderly home " " manner. A new barn was built Mrs Orrin Underwood, Helen ~tndr a Weelalr dug for irrigation, and Darlene, and Burna Pulliam !a y. s y s as: a master me- spent Tl~ursday at Camano Is- cnamc serve(/ mm wen m the land visitin- Mrs Harve" Niel installatiorl of the irrigation sys ....... ~. " ; "I~: - )'" tern It is one of ...... son wnne tnere ivirs. ~ zaoern i "~ d tr ubl .me most e~)- Anderson and Mrs Jeanette Pem- c ent an o e-~ree systems m bert f Sn " almie Fails Washington This year the'Carl- . • on _o o oqu - , son place is really booming. The ]olnea tnem ~or iuncn. new seedings are good. Last,, The Sewing Club met at the week, as soon as the hay crop nome of Elvera oonnson on wen- was harvested Harry applied a nesday. Plans were made for the light covering of calcium nitrate Community Club bake sale to be and immediately turned on the water. This week the stand is about four inches in height and a dark green color• Harry will rig to apply the fertilizer with the sprinkler irrigation for the next sprinkling. When asked why he hadn't,, done so before now he stud, How much work do you think I can do in a year•" vacationing in the Olympic mountains• They will make the round trip and return Thursday• The M. A. Taylors spent last week visiting at the James Tay- lor home. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Waters and baby Linda of Ever- ett joined them at dinner Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Johnson and family have returned to their home in Everett after spending the summer with Mrs. Guy Kel- ley. Mr• and Mrs. Thomas Kaar- mo of Seattle visited at the Kel. Icy home Saturday afternoon. Four Boy Scouts from the Heights troop went on a hiking and camping trip, leaving Fri- day and returning Sunday• They camped in a lean-to at Bedal camp ground, cooked their own held Sept. 5 at 10 o'clock in fron of Penney's in Arlington. All la- dies who are contributing baked goods, are asked to have them at either the Dale Steckelberg home or Mrs. Lena Hershaw's home by Friday, Sept: 4. Glenda Clauson of Arlington spent the week-end with Helen Underwood. Master Paul Hill celebrated his 6th birthday with a party for 7 of his friends on Monday. He re- ceived many gifts, after which games were played and birthday cake and ice cream was served to all. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Treen of Ev. erett and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Nielson were Sunday callers at the Orrin Underwoods. Burna Pulliam spent last week with Helen Underwood. o In Arlington - Phone 1344 KILLOUGH CLEANERS for ALTERATIONS food and made an eight-mile round trip to Goat Lake and back. All report having had a very en- joyable time. i s ouL Es II Frank Sullivan and two chi'drer of Butte, Monte, and Mrs. Bros- sard of Seattle, who is a former grade school teacher of Mr. La- fayette. Corp. Joe Bauer, who is sta- tioned at McChord Field, was a dinner guest of his sister and ~husband, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hayes, on Sunday. Saturday callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John De Costa were Mr. and Mrs. Gus Ninness of Santa Cruz, Calif., and William Taylor of Edison. The Quilceda Neighborhood Club held their picnic on Sunday with an attendance of 19. They will hold their next meeting on BEEKEEPERS TO PICNIC SUNDAY, AUGUST 30 The Northwest Beekeepers will hold an outdoor meeting at the Martin Benson place, Big Lake, on Sunday, August 30, according to Anne Benson, secretary-treaS- urer. There will be business, discuss. sion of seasonal topics and a pie,, nic lunch at noon• Coffee and cream will be fur- nished by the cqmmittee, 0 Times clasu~t|ed ads g~ ~ults Phone 493. September 3, at the horde of Mt~,. Evelyn Dudek. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lafayette at- tended a double birthday par~. on Mrs. Jessie White and J~ Emory at the home of MI~. Mrs. Furman Emory on ~', Route on Sunday. America is undertaking her greatest highway improve- ment program. Many new roads mu~t be built and older roads modernized to carry the faster, heavier and greatly increased traffic of today--and tomorrow. The first step to a safe and adequate system is to provide longer sight distances, wider curves and lower grades--and to use divided lanes where traffic volume is heavy. The second is to build with the safest, most economical and durable pavement. That's concrete! Concrete is skid-resistant, wet or dry, and reflects more light at night. It is moderate in first cost, requires less maintenance and has a life expectancy twice that of the next most durable pavement commonly built. You pay for your roads, Mr. Taxpayer. Insist on the safety, durability and low ~nucd cost of concrete. CEMENT ASSOCIATION 903 Seaboard Bldg., Seattle 1, Wash. A national organization to improve and extend the uses of portland cement and concrete.., through scientific research and engineering field work e 1p01 'THIS SEAL FOR YOUI~ BEST USED CAR DEAL | If you're looking for top car value.., here's a tip: stop in and look over our outstanding buys. 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