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P q No. 19 -r S Arlington, \\ ash., Thursday, Sept. 3, 195"L Consolidated with Arlingto,; Chro1iele April 3, 1915. st~mmer has depart- everywhere, as head back to school, social clubs, whose were disrupted as folks summer homes at the are being resumed, the and the humpies are in a sure sign of Fall, and are preparing for g trip in search ns of Fall are the ap- Fair time, the Ever- Fair at Monroe next -13, and the.Western Sept. 19 through their regular sched- Arlington Library, Tuesday through Saturday from 2 till 5. On Saturdays it will be open at 1:45. The Arlington Com- mercial Club will hold its first Fall meeting Sept. 15. and the Lions Club will resume its week- ly meetings on Monday, Sept. 14, at the Blue Bird Cafe. The final windup of the sum- mer schedule for most folk will occur over the coming week.end, when a three-day week-end in. cluding Labor Day will find many taking the last fling at summer activities before settling down to the Fall and Winter rou- tine In Arlington, stores, the banks and the schools will be closed in observance of the Labor Day Sept_._..._.=. 1 is open holiday. Give Commissioner Kraetz ot Trip thirty years of con- adance at his bus- Wallitner closed the mer Furniture, for a he and Mrs. Wal- l their son, Leonard, ,n and were whisked a week's auto tour, testa )ed by Mr. Wal- the following Tray- Rduses to Concur In Assessor's Request As a result of Commissioner Sam Kraetz's action in refusing to join with the other two county commissioners in granting an emergency appropriation of $10,- 100 to County Assessor Barlow to continue his re-assessment work, the assessor was compelled, this week, to drop several employees from the payroll Speakers Heard on United Good Neighbors Members of the United Good Neighbors organization of Sno- homish County, met with a group of Arlington people at the Coun- cil room on Tuesday night to dis- cuss the possibility of Arlington joining the county-wide organi- zation. Representing the county organ- ization were George P. Duecy, campaign chairman, Eric Nord, Wallie Young and Paul Hoffman. From Arlington were represen- tatives of the Community Chest. Camp Fire Girls, Boy Scouts. Explaining the reason for invit, i ink all communities in the coun- ty to join in the fund-raising drive for charities, Mr. Duecy stated that labor organizations, many members of which are era- Arlington F.F.A. Team Goes to Vancouver Last Thursday, August 27th, the Arlington F.F.A. Dairy Cattle Juding team went to Vancouver, B.C., to compete in the dairy judging contest at the Pacific Na- tional Exhibition. The team, com- posed of John Engstrom, Dan Klein and Gene Nelson, placed ninth out of eighteen teams John Engstrom was the eighth high boy of the fifty-four boys com- peting. Other boys from the Ar- lington F.F.A. chapter attending the P.N.E. were Gary Zwicker Ed Borseth, Don Klein, Bob Mad- son, George Geibel, Jim Rasmus- sen and Gary Norman, accom- panied by their instructors, Floyd= Langdon and Keith Sarkisian. On the way back .some of the boys attended a verh~.~nformative leadership training donference at ployed in Everett, but reside in the Mt. Baker High School spun- other communities, suggested sored by the State ~.F.A. Presi- that since payroll deductions for dent Larry Richner, who is from contributions were suggested kit. Baker and the state F.F.A. some of the funds collectedlVice'President from Puyallup, should be spent in the home eom- I Bob Zellar. munities of those who contribute.I -----------~ o ..... I v " ' * " n estlgatlon proved that there]~|~ Vlblllla Hill[ are many such workers, and alsoiVi'~ --.***ub .-,m~ that the several communities[T^ f'^,~^ ~ .... have, in the past, been conduct- |U It.,UlllC VUWil ing Comgni~ity Chest campaigns l The Sons of Norway and The and contributing to charitable[Daughters of Norway held their organizations. In the case of Ar-[regular business meeting in'Vi- li.ngton it was found that here[king Hall last Tuesday evening. the Community Chest contributes There was a large attendance of to several of the organizations members present. Initiation was (iZ i :i :i? .... Running about 100 ft. along the edge of the ditch, on the Kellogg Marsh road, the big bus of the as carrots, beets, corn, and fruits apples, prunes and Portland, McMinnville To The Times Mr. Kraetz stated which are also on the list of the I conducted by the Sons order: The Everett-Arlington Stage Lines, struck the small bridge, moving it, as shown in pictuxe. Telephone pole across ditch from highway was broken off Picture shows busafter being pulled' back onto road. at Delake. Stayed first that in his opinion Mr. Barlow Good Neighbors organization, main discussion of both organi-~--Times photo. Taft, Ore., right on It was also noted that the same zations was the building of a new should keep within his budget. situation exists in othe-r-com- hall. Final plans were to be.gin Three people, Miss Marilyn lowed ocean highway He said the county is now about ~lrougt Newport, Coos $100,000 over its budget, and he munities as that in Arlington in the work to.~.... the old build- Turner, 23, Seattle, Jon P. Kelly north of Florence we does not favor deficit financing, i;egard to the Community Chest. inK on this coming Saturday. of Darrington, and Mr. Axel Sjor- herd of sea lions. ,.,. ......... ~.^.~ __,.~.~ ....iIt started out as a one-drive proj- The committee, urged all mere- gren, 62, of Seattle, were injured, ~.e ~e~o~ .au a~r.eu ~u, i th" " Wedne " south, the second ............. ect that is to raise the funds in bers to help n is project. The sday morning, when the spent at Crescent City, ~u.,tuu in e.mergency ~unos n~ one campaign to cover all the remainder of the evening was Everett-Arlington stage, left the omce suppnes ano recoros a lth of here we followed ...... charities that had been makin~ spent in a social manner and de- road opposite Kellogg Farm of An, e to continue the re-assessmem ~ lie' s hel in s o ders " d Redwood highway ...... solicitations However, ,~raduallv lou p g f peach short- on & Son about four miles] The ann,,~l l.~hnle nut* *r~nfar fh ~r~,q 'Tth *,~ ,~-~ll 1Q*~T9,-,, 1QOm ~t program, tmmmlssloner Jxraetz ~" ~ ca rv d s ............ z ....... - ....... ,...,, .,. ~,....~,,~ u..o,,,,.~ h~ majestic redwood ~..,..~.a ,^ ~;~.. +,. ........ ;. the contributions to the Chest ke was se e by Ruth Stensen outh of Edgecomb. [ence of tho C'.o~nol 14nll x~hioh I.~et xv~,- ~ta*,~rl I~,. Tg".... ;~ The car was taken .............. have dwindled and the individ- nd Ilene un . The stage, due In Arlington at[has ho,~,~ = ,~,~.~i. ,~,,,~,,t h,~,~i,,, ........... ~ ....... .. ^.~.... itlon, lnsteao ne oiiereo an alte,.... 8"3 ...... a ..... a ................... ,-~,,~,-~ ~, ,---,--s= =~-=,- ; huge tree in the red- _ ...... .' ........... ual solicitations are ~,rowin,, and The building, the old Sllvana . 0, was driven by Kenneth Ba.[for tho n~t fatty v.nr~ i oYn~r,t honor dnvmtta.Jae i~ h ...... hate Lllat WOUlO ma~e ~,a~oa ~, *,, ur co " -'-'- ....... ~ ~ .... ' ..... *'~'" -~"~ ""-'"'"-'-" -' "'"""~, ~'*" nta Rosa was the next.. ....................... the annoyance of constant an- Hotel, was p cha~ed by the n, 18, son of the stage line own-[ed to attrar,t m*mh~r of the, nv ] racr~= ar*tl , h .......... ~ . ~. - avax,ame to t,te abbeb~ur tor up- *"So rwa in 1 er ............................ - .~.~,..o ...,,. ,.,,,..,..~. or,..= ,.,~ stop (Tuesday) Wed-I ......... peals for donaHons is increasin~ns of No y 923 from Mrs. , George Bacon. Meeting al.aniz.,..- .^~. .... a .... :-..-,,_~.,~ orning driving throughl~eratInal expenses. ~raeiz~s..al- , ............... ~" Anna Swanson. southbound logging truck, Bacon/~nd ~re~a'r_~.*. .... ~_~_, ~9~ _**~a/,[ a*aj*ame - .... ,,......,.^a ,~. o~,a~., ternare carrleu the stipulation unuer unlteo t~oou 1~elgnoors, ~ " i= ~ai,~ ,n h~,,,~ ~,,,N~a +,... o+.,~..| p 19 auons are being maue Meals are serveu In me oa~e- ~ea;~da~'l~en~'an~ran':Ithat the $5345 would remain in an organization wishing to par- ~,o ._ . ~ over "to pas"s~Th~'heavy'v21~lC~;QlehUse and feed several hun-]ment of the Gospel Hall, wh~re "the salary and wages bracket of tieioate in the fund will make[~|llItht Increase one ....~.." ~, .~. ............ [ p op]e. 150 people can be seated at a . . =. ..... ,= ~,,.~ ~.u~,.ue[, ~e t p ed from time. Mrs. Clarence Ayars Will the assessor's budget, thus neces application to the UGN, submit ~ ~ v P Members are ex ect ..... sco" a cable ear ride sitating the cutback in manpow- ting its operating budget and itsl|~ .~,h..! ~.~,.|l~n]- ~eer~ng toward .the ditch and{British Columbia, Idaho, Oregon supervise the dining room dllrlng t to Fisherman's Wharf, _ , .... .. ~ .,_ ._~l=U *w-,aa,wv* =.*a~auaaua~aa~~,u~u .ut ue ~tut, peu. it crasneu/and as far awa- as a,~ Ancr,~loe t th,~ o,~,~,~,a,~o,~ : ,er. neeas, lnlS Will De lnvesugateu into th " " ~ "~ -*'~'"~' ..... ""'~'~"~=" : Skyroom of the Mark[ Commissioners Larr- Gamey by a board and if found worthy,] Enrollment in the Arlington th.~ a....e small 2r! ge.Lpa._...ing[and from many sections of Wash- It is expected that the large Iotel called 'Top of the . f, ~ will be assigned" a quota ]scnools, for me first hay oI the = ,~==v u,t~., ,,,~,v~u u,e uHugetington number attending" will tax the ' clear and and Wlllard Wyatt who d okayed " '53 54 school term showed an in and carried over with front end ". ' was very ' - " . ttousmg the large rou states assembl room to ca aeit .... ~-J~*~:~ nJC*flIPOR the emergency request refused to A county-wide fund-ralslnglcreao,~ ~ ~ ..... 1,~oe ....... ;..ot down in the ditch As the ri~,ht/..~. - -- ~g P' - -,, Y.. . p y, so a -,a-a * v , ca ~ lvlrr'eter~azen br, presents pUOllC aaflress s stem IS Delll ^ ,.,n ,'~ ~.~'t~[sign Kraetzs proposal and both mpalgn will be staged, durlng[da,, re~,istrati.m front wheel hit the ditch it was[ :- -. ' "; . _ I . . !Y. . g ....... v ............ ~ ......... ~,,.,a which an educational cam,,~,-~/ Z_ s. " : ...... .... a ,,.. **` ..... ~..~.^ .i .... .,_ _lquite a promem, anu ne asKs larrangea so mat tnose in the t~in- .=,~o~,.c~ ~a**~, v~*~*, "rne increase In tn Ilrst raae *"-~=" uv ~,,.,,~,, t.e ,uu~ o~ t.e a, where the largest{ .~ ~"- ..... will be carrie~ ~ ~-4n~*,~ the[ .. .... e .g~:... h .... t.~u~ ..... n,~. ,~ .... ~ ~..[anyone having rooms availablg]ing ~oom may hear the speakers I of its kind lives Din-I t~amey an:t wyatt reIusea to _ _.." .." :" . -'9_ . Iwas mlrty-mree, or-Irom toz to ~,~o, .... , .... s ,~..~.., t.~ oca~ ,-Itiq"ron, "far tho nortnrl N~nt ~h'l'l~ th,~ ~,,,-1-~+^,.;.,.,~ u~e to WhiCh me Iunas Will oe ~ cehlch it lS thou ht Mls ...... ~ ' ~" ' "" " ""~'" souvenirs were pur-[sign any bill that would halt or ~ .. . 1135 thL all being inthe Arling- : .... g ' s Taytor[ .... - .... "" .......... . .... ". ~"2."u ,~ " :~e A trip into the Gol-Ihinder "the re-a~essment pro- Pi~[z and tth~ necessity o! every]ton'school ,. ,was sitting. She was thrown fromjqFllla,~,.am;.l~ IM', I= gl.....,., -- p'=.u. ............. ,~ . _~o,,-I~'ram. while Kraetz stood firmly e o~ t e county paruclpabI Re~,istrationo in the Hi~,hlthe bus Into the ditch" and ren-i~'L~a'~u~u'~H ~ [~,a~i~; ~|t~L LCi]"'included~-'~isits ~clagainst the request made by the InK ,according to his means .... ]School was 417, com]~ared to 3~8[dered unconscious., and was as-[~..,.~m~A ]~,~,~ [A& |..gL .... OL...__L ~rvatorv tea garden ]assessor. Each contributor will be given~last year, other schools being]SlSted trom the ditch by people['~.a~it~ Lcta/ ~at~t lta~U|~[~ll ~,EiUI'~:EI of science and aouar~l Barlow Monday said he felt a membership card and a cardl(first figure 1953, second 1952) Iresi~ing nearby who heard the/]L~_*J_ O 1_ IO . | O . P, isit was also made tolthe re.assessment program ")ledging to make no other con-{Washington 212-198- Roosevelt [crash. /rrlua-oamrQa IDaturuav. peru. D House "and to flei-| (which already has covered about tributions. This, it was explained,J303-294- Lincoin 296-244" Traf'[ Young Kelley was sitting near[ The Sti'llaguamish Grange Fair[ The touri~ -P-~-o,~f~-~ "~,,*~ .... M ss Turner and he received a ~amous zoo. [two-thirds of the county) shouk would except seal sales and the{ton, 35-ol; Silvan& 48-39; Oso,] ...... [will open Friday and Saturday,[College Ambassadors Male Quar- ',~', .......... th,~ n~.[be completed or drouped. It polio campaign. [57-59. , [0roKen leg. ~jorgren was said not|Seot 4 and 5 at the Grange hap Jtette will "~nn..~ i. ,.,,~,~* ~* , ............... ,-,_,. [would be unfair to taxpayers In Following the meeting Tues-/ The Trafton figure is below[ e ously Injured, having a4one mile south of East Stanwooa Our gnvio,"~ >,,rh,,,..,~ c,~ .... ~ ...,,~ I~'.~.vekeu,~t.~n~u~g'~'~a~[the re-assessed south end, Ever- day night, President Alton Funk{that of 1952 However the fifth[head cut Mrs. Elizabeth Kelly/on the Silvana road " ISatur~d~/y'o:-K''g:v'~:-'~'~',- ...... ' , a V, *..~t~pt Otll, ~it D:~q~ .m.. ~V~]~'~"~,fi~',~,,~'~'"['T~-~ett and some of the eastern parts of the Cofi~munity Chest, stated~grade is brought to Arlington[mother of the 'injured boy, was[ c~.. e.;a .... ,,.h+ , ........ m *-.-:These -o .... -,,.m,,,.; ...... P..,** ,a-'g~.'...y~'~.'2~2~'~.7~lof the county he said: . that he would call a meeting forlthls year. At Oso the'figures in~ttreated for shock. 1,~,~*"~,~"~+~" ~'~'~..~'~'..'~"~.':,~ ~:~= -'~:=~== ;membJr~""n~ ~'h~s'",',',:n~-..-,~" r, .....,~ .... a .~,~.th/ Asked what the general reac- next Tuesday and hoped that all[clude all grades to an0 lnclud-] he Injured were taken to the| .......... = ........ Choir~ ................ ~ vu.~.,~u ,,,-*~.. . ~, ' . : . o . . anu harry Linuoec~. tap uanclngI u, the we~t, WhiCh ns~s ;L .... , ...... |tlon to his refusal ha~ been Mr or anlzatlons now partmlpatlng|lng the 6th [. r ~vldence Hospital in Everett |h,, t,,,~ K,u,,,,,,,~ ,~ ~,~,~ ~,,,~isun~, for ' th,,,,~n,~ ~ ...... -asta ham, wnlcn we . " ' '-"" " " Mis " ..- .......... a .... ~. ........ ...-,* o ............ *. .,-*-x 0 .......... [Kraetz informed The Times that in the Chest will be represented.[ Supt. Thus. Terjeson states[ s Turner, who was on her l,,ot~a ...... , ...... ,.~ .... ;.,i~tat,~e a,,~;,,~, ,h,~ ..... ,. ,,... ~N. rne SOil was ve[y . ' ...... h t h ~. ~v.ay to Arhn' ton to start h . ,.~vo.au, a ~.uvt, l.- v~,,t...u~lul~t ..... u....,~ t..- t.~.L:,-..e ;a ....... [he had heard nothing from bus- Also the public is invited to ex-lt a t ere are 30 children re~-[ g er first wm ~,~ h,~.a ,~.. ~,,,~n .... ;,-~.* 'years of it ,..a~* .... " rea. t~ontlnuln nortll ..... .~, ~,~ ,.~,~.u.v. ~,~,*u,~ ,~ .~t :v ~.~-**~,-,.,-,-. ~n , ,~ t,,,~t~ ~g~h~V[lness men or others but that the press their wishes as to whether[[stered for the first session of{day of teaching in the local[tho v~n v~.~,~ ,~,,,~ w .... ~-- ~,,, The ~e ...... i ,,f ,~ ..... ,~.~.~. r~'L "~.~"':..~'~'~'~,~'~-~ {politicians were putting on the Arlington should join the county- /kindergarten Not enough were] c.mol's 7th grade, is the daugh.[~'~..~'~'-'Y -~..s ....... U-~2"-'~ ."k'2 ha, .... ~ .~"_':::~" "_Z'_"~. "~ .... ~.'W -...~. ..a.~ a.u .,~.,.. ' terof Mr and Mrs Carl T r r ,..t~.taln, rrograms start at ~:6o ,,~ t~U.l towns covering a wide ,,. .... /pressure. wide organization. {signed up for a second sessmn. | , u ne ,In m ~area Ernest John~,,.~ ~ * .... :n overnight stop at ,- ~~~~ ........... 7700 16th IT.E. Seattle. She is a ~'" "' " " hal ........ : .......... traveled on US 97[ : ..... : , 5,:~.!~.~ ~ !~ i:~ ~ ~:~ -" ~ [~,rnm,.~*a ~ +,,,~ ,~.~; ..... ~ .... Thefalrthlsyearglvespromlse ls from Montana. ReldFrencl% [ad~ urhoro xxv~ ho~d | :::':: : ..... ,:: ~::::~:: :::: ::: *:::::~:::: ~:':,'':~--'~:: ::':~,~*:::~': ::~::::