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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURSI AY, S PT. 17, 19o3. PAGE TttREIr Attracts Credit Men GETCHELL Almeda F. Jackson Homecoming Night Attendance Plan County Meet Mrs2Will!s Hilde.corr. ADlic/Tce'[Th~o2mYn Called by Death At Arl,ngton Heights [B The first fall meeting of the leiepnone z, ~-------'~=,~,,,o , ' ........ "l usiness and ~'rmessional Wo- ~ewood P.T.A. held its Alvin Nystrom of Snyder Hard-_ ..... [ .... ,~ ,o,,~ . _ Funeral services were ne q on n?vei anu. entertain)rig, eve. pmen,s Club will be held at the ~eeting Thursday eve-ware represented the Arlington. [',*,nn,nn,,,~,l-,, I'l,,k ~ryant L+range met ~eptemDe: Tuesday Sept. 15 for Mrs. A~me- nlng ~s prommea a~ Arnngton hom ....... .le gym. The meetinglCredit Association Saturday at aI ~,VtUtgt~jAIL/ ~.,t~ tl with 47 present. J. M. Eisen ot da F. Jackson, 711 resident of Ar- Heights Community Hall next; e o~ rams Alice Lazarus On I to order by the presi-I dinner meeting in Everett, where Of Grange headquarters was visitor, lington for the past 40 years, who Saturday. . night. .... Sept 19 when J uesday night Sept 22, meetiag Dorothy Hawkins. Re- plans were made for the first Elects f|cers Barbara Brendemuhl master of passed away on Saturday Sept. it w,ll be Home Coming for all for 7 o'clock dessert Mrs. Peggy given by the various joint meeting of the five Credit] Tho C:etchell Community Clul the Juvenile Grange. conferred 12, following a long illness, tormer residents of the districtlGaffnev will bo on hngtp~ s which proved that ~ssociations in S n o h o m i s h hei~ttheir 1st meeting, of the ,,ear the Juvenile degree on 45 subor. She was born May 3 1882 at and club members. : ~ - '~.~" ........ ..is beg!nning the year[County, on Friday evening, ~n the (orm dinate memb, ers: Mr: Redmond New Brunswick, Canada: and had . All are expected to attend at.1 Use Times c~ds -- ~y ann Interest. I T h e s e Credit Associations, Iof open house, where they Tel. o t the wasnl.ng,ton .~tat.e ratro, l resided in Arlington for the past tired as High School students. [busy, effective salesmen. ,aomsen presented the ] whose members represent the[corned their new teacher, Mr. snoweo a^movle-A..~ay..ln~ourt 40 years. Mrs. Jackson was a g, ...... the year. lwrs. r~. ~lm-lbusiness firms, hospitals andlBurf, dorf A business meeting w,.~c~ ~?~ v~y euucat/ui/a~ a,,u member of Jehovah's Witnesses I ~'~II I ~ - unced that any dona-[~octors in Arlington, Dardngton, preceded: where election of offi- enjoyea Dy.al.L . . Surviving relatives include three | '% ."q~,~ / ~~H~m~~q~ ,~u [ne canmng pro- [Snohomish, Monroe and Everett, cers was held. Those elected were Booster l~ght will be oo serveoI grandchildren, Arthur Jackson of [ ~.- q~l~ I ~ t ~ ~ | ~ , ~, I I' oe appreclateo, l meet once each month to discuss president Bill Kluin; vice-presi- by ~ryant t_.range Septemoer z~,lCorvallis Ore., James Jackson of l ~,~.'.~ .,~lb~~ a~ - ~ t~ ~ | I ~ , to get your P T A their mutual problems but this[dent Mrs' Holm: secretarv-treas:[ when a potluck dinner at 7:15 for Donald 'Oxe and Mrs Wilma I ~k~" ?- -"~ sub~riptmn" from" Mrs.[~s" " " the hrst' t~me" a meeting, has]urer Mrs. Tollefson. A~ music[ friends, and neighbors of Grang-]. Robinson of'Portland, Ore.. Ser- I I~ ,o ,"%~,, lg. Mrs. I Brose headslbeen planned to include .all[concern from Seattle has offeredIers will be. served. Ten SHverlvices were at the Chapel of | ~ .-.-~,~,~Ir~Iri at North Bend The Pathfinders "as P [[ 'At last o ular "otter||] ~. ....... ~~v v )ersh~p dr,ve and Mrs. groups. The Everett Assocmtmn to eome to the school once aweek Star runs w~ll De presented to z~- Molls Funeral Home, w~th Ar- | ~l~'~" "...'~'.".i II I I t III LI =II ilI ~r the hospitality. The has bee!a organized since 1934,[if they can get 5 or more students year members that night. There]thur Westvong of Jehovah's Wit- | _..,,,~'~f:~" ~fL\" " Eyear worked for cur-!but Arl)ngton and the otherIto teach stringed instrument les-]WH1 be an agricultural talKLp)-]nesses officiating. Burial was in I ~'~ ~( k '-.~'" :he gym and they have lgroups nave been set up within]sons Misses Virginia and Bar-I and anti vocal solos and State Arlington Cemeterv | ~ .~I-' ~ ' "~ tlled ,making a nice the past 12 months. Their pur-~bara' Lee entertained the group and National Masters' addresses "~ ~ -" | ~~.~ C, " ~ ~nt. ' pose is to encourage closer co-[with a duet after which cookies[will be read. This is an open[,,, . _ . , " | ~~o~ ~ / - 'gram chairman,Mrs. operation among firms extend-land coffee were served to all. meeting. . I lCk Anaerson, I , \ TII presented a very nice mg. retau crealt, an(] to p.romote[ ' ~ [ The tJolden Wedding Anmver- ~. lr~ I ~:~,: ... - ~~ [~_ ~-~ With the aim to "get[custmer eaucanon.regaralng., tne]Gc~s to la'~an [sary for Mr. and Mrs. W. H.]l'loneer. l'ag.~.~ l " ,~h~,~ ~,,# ~//j I . [~a'~ ~" She introduced the ln.ght use o~ crealt privileges.t--Richard ~Iaaland has been sent[Wright of Newport was eelebrat-I---_-.----~-~ ...... o | ~ ,~pvm m ~m ~I~II-'~"- ,~i~ Mr. Powers, and he inl~lgnty-one nuslness ann proIes- h~ ~ ..... ~,~o ho h~ b~,~l ed Sunday, Sept. 6th, at the homel CricK Anaerson, 84, pioneer'oI I . .i , . ~I~&'L.~ duced ........................... th~ teachers aslsmnal hrms ar~ represented m I~,:'~"','~',it~'"t~~ ~v'-for_ ..... "th'~[ of their son and daughter-in-law, the.Arlington district. , died in the ~0 1n~ IS~S~ : ~Irs. j. Johnston, lst;Ithe 4 groups outs,de the city Of/pa~t m~onth and a half. He would]Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wright.[Arhn.gton hospital on Saturday | art, 2-3rd grade; Miss]r~verett. |appreciate hearing from his[Twenty-seven relatives from Se.[mornmg..~ept. 12, following a I R~fltl~foV I~IIl~ "INl'g~-I~ I ~.,~_~ 3-4th; Miss D. Haw-[ The Arlington Credit Assoeia-]many friends His address is.tattle and vicinity attended. Mr.]lingering illness. I ......... m .......... ---.----- 1; Mr. R. Cardinal, 6.]tion has 26 members, and meets[Pvt 2 Richard'C Haaland U s']and Mrs. Leo Crysler, sister and[ Funeral services were held | teacher gave a short]the second Tuesday evening of ] 562()7149, 1458 Prov. Co. SE:, A: p:[brother-in-Jaw, came Saturday[T?~it?Y ~tnerna~O~:mt:hThCeh~pel. I Laying a roadway) Qet the correct concrete for the purpose. history Nancy Ray.leach month Local officers are~O No 2 c/o Postmaster San~ana stayea until lvionaay t , r~ I ....... I~:?~!! :gy::~:eh:e:i[ ~;:r!~r:,pPsr~es!~e "e~te:n~!;: V~.] :::;l~:~o I ~pM::a~dloYv~!S te~be:ia:~t!Fleil[utrE lraSw~::~:urA4iiO:o:fofniSaa~i~mnri~ I i!i!::O:h~: ::~s:e? .a::a~r;Up[oOurmUlphon:~dorClqel::. FcRUITS & VE ETABLES ~los accomnanied bvl October 3rd was chosen as thel . , ~ ..... l.-,-ek end I Y" l " " 1 i.very,ar..crowo eali'ln Three ames date for the county credit meet . . ' . nderson was born In Nor- -d b the entire rou with droner to be served in the ~ . , . . , . .. o .. . [ y ec 24, 1868 He came to the | ~__..fuflIm~U~ PI~Ol~l~. 169.1 g" g . . ' the Hllde family reutnon held at Mr anti Mrs J hn Udeen wa D Y g P the Memorial P,~,k in Maryswlle t -- ,- ~r Door prizes were Monte Cristo Hotel Ballroom in ........ spent their hOlidays in uanaua. United States in 1890 and- Ar- I ,, ~ [ [ff~ ....... '~' ....... /~v-r-tt S'~eakers are exneetedIn ~unoay, ~ept. b. lne evem|visiting his brother, Eric Udeen lington in 1902 He is survived a. v. Tnomsen anu Mr. ~ c ~ v ~" wa i " ' " S n nonor of Bud Hllde, wno .very good time was[from Portland and Tacoma. Iwas hum,~ ...., ..... ~....-~ ,~, ..... ]and .Mrs. Udeen at Brjtannlalby one daughter, Mrs. Ruth Sul-I ~,~~~ ARLINGTON [ Apple pie and coffee" Re resentin the 5 -roups onp g g ................. where he ls .... servln as a 'rlua'lBeacn an a niece Merle t~en liivan f Rute 5 Arlin~tn' ne I "n~~r-"-~:"~dental " ' -- " a L__ ~ .............. ~'~ manning" and Arrangements[ . g .... [nett and family in Vancouver. brother in Norway; five rand ,, uy .m,~ naw~,,m~ |~o~nmittee ~re W H Ros~ Ever-[tecnniciart'~!th the U. b. ~avY.IBett~ and Shirley Udeen spentlchildren and seven great grand- SAND & G R t ..... "~ ~ ." ....r~nose WhO attenoeu~me reuniom- ~^w da"s of *~^'- -'-cation at ~ children l| ~-----a--------------- I,~tt ~us lvleyers, ~nonomlsn; r~u/ ^ ^ o,.~,. ~. ~ ~. la xv ~ t,,~.va , . ,~ ,: ' - !" ..... ~ ,wer~ ouu s parents ivlr anu ~v~rs 'home t - t~umpnrey, Monroe; l~lmer woo(i, . " ....... - ID OF TItANKS I: .......... "._ ~Iver Hllde of Auburn Mr and] *~r and Mrs .........Houl^1~ ' ' - l)arrlngmn; aria Mr. luystrom, At- . , " . IVl VYllllalll V " , ~.@ "~. "~, t Mrs Victor Person and famfl ~. ,N,~ to tharik warmly thel lind, ton I Y,lvisited 2 days at the Louis Mark. [I ~ ~/~".~l~.//'.4fli~]'~.,~/~,,~//~~,@'/22"~IllI let Grangers and alll s " o IMr. and Mrs. Allen Gray, al!>ofIson home recently. They are liv-[I /" .~i ~ ~"//~ II~ . ~i I~/,~l I~ ~l~f;~ helped in any way in [In Arlington - Phone 1344 [ ~eattie, .~.r;.ano ~rs. Mark Ul- ling near San Diego. Miss Dar. I I / A ~P~--~ ~ ~/~/fl] ~J~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~'I~,~/~__ ! dance Sept. 5th for[ KILLOUGH CLEANERS [curt o~. ~.~r~lano_ mr. ana lvirs:[lene Harding, who has spent her]l / ~ ~ U~ ~ ~//~'/.. .. ~ i~ ~-The Bert Armstrong [ for , I manuel nude or. ~verson, lvt.r anal summer vacation at the Mark- I I ~ in ~ .., ,~ ~z~//.//~/2~'//'~/// /~'/z~'~ "~1 ALTERATIONS ]Mrs. ~.uvene l-lllde and girls oflson and Bob Boursaw homes, leftll II I lI p , 1I ///2fl" ~][beofo-vvoolley. Mr. Lester Hi!delfor her home in San Francisco inll ~, I~ ~,~IIIlI~ll IIIlII .. - t anaIAnoa ~vlarle ana dacKle time for school ~ m m mm I ...... ~b IIH,lde of Clear Lake, Arnold Hlldel Tom Lien, Alfred and Harold, II ~/,. ~l[dl~ -w~. ~ ~ , A ~k" I I ~ I A I q U IkI If I r" F q~' [land Cathy of Mt. Vernon, Mr. and|and Mrs. Berchall from Alberta,[l[~,~dl~Ip' ,_ ~ !~ ~ " I ~-JL:J~ ~ iJL1......I I1 IE 11 I~ L r .31 I[Mrs. Homer L een. and famlly:lspent a few days with the An.[I~V//////,~/Ib~ "~flfl~l~ i,~I I I I I I I ~ IILVlr. and vtrs. Deraiu Leen ano~drew Liens. They were dinnerlI~~ ........ ~'~/////////AV : ~/~t|'z/.4~ .. II amily and Mr. and Mrs. Arvid[~uests Wednesday evening at the[I i I~ ~ ~ II I~ ~ IlLeen and family, all of Auburn,l~eorge Espe home. Additional]I ~~l~,~i" //'. I~ ~ I I | ~ ~ ~ I[Mr. and Mrs. Herb Olcott and] callers at the Espe home Wednes. ]I ~i~-~j~m~ m~/ ~--'~ i~ ~ ~$'x ~ ~J~ Ii ~ ~/ mm I~ I Illudy, and Willis Hilde and fam-ldav evening were Arthur Speer /I ~ ~ i ~/A~6$mlyz~//~/~ ~/z',r ~ - ~ ~ -- -- - lilly, all of Marysville. |Mr~. and Mrs. Andrew Espe, Mrs'./I ' -- SOUTH t R1,N(.H -------- IBertha Gilbert, Mr and Mrs. Cal-/I __ _, I] Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A ustinIvin B ritseh and family, Mr. and/I ~~ ~~x~%, .,\,\x~ .... ' are the parents of a boy, born on Mrs. Donald Speer and family. ~ "'~b~z ~ ~ ~..~. IIAugust 17 Mrs Austin is the for-I Mrs. Andrew Espe celebrated /I ~~ ~ r ~%~ ~ mer Merrill Cla The are her birthday Wednesday. Mrs. ~ff~l ~ ~ ~~~ Ilmaking their hopp" in PeYnsyl.[Mike Homm and Judy and her[I ~.. ~'"""~ --~~'~ I/vania'Mr'Austin'sfrmerhme'lginrdl ~ieerndsaMr~dK~v~)tsenGEspe]i ~~~l~~ ~~ ----Z )" I/ Rev. and Mrs. Wm. Lindborgl ,' . ". tl II left for Idaho" Friday. where helEspe were ,uncneon guests. n-lI ~'~-4)4 "-'~i~IIl~ Ilwill be in charge of a church tjoying tne mrtnoay cake in tne~I "//////~2~J~ ~ ~ ~, ~t, ~I,%',~'~.~'~,~ I~TTrPI~I ~I'~T.X/'~I",I~ 'll~~r,~ ~II ill The community was saddenedlafternoon were Mrs Earl Cox 11 "//////~~:~.~ .,~tJl~__~ .)...~~ ............ ::: -'-'~" " " 1 ~I '~ raalou~ ~o. a tor ~ b the assm of Mrs Mar Mrs C Tronson Mrs Ragna O "///~zt r \ , ,:'~,, ...... ~."' I Y p " g . .y .... " ~ cleaning all firearms; --. //Griffitb. on Monday Funeral ser-l~onand Mrs. Bertha Gilbert. ! -,,- o,oo, , "~~~~~ ~I I/Isam Dockendorf place The Dock- Wegner ~md family at Lake I -ac'" 3-~ "-~ ~~" ~,fr~lk ~pwIml~" /lerett " Sammamish, where they were I PE~BLE.l~f~R~ 1I l~fl t, zaqe .................... u 'x~i ~=~I~."- ~~Ir ~ [I Mrs. Willis Hilde, accompan.[surpr~sed by ~ faml!y reumon. [I ~A~ o~m ........... --. .......... , !~." ~ ~~ ~ i~ /lied by Mrs. G L Hanson were[ Miss tieien ~ill anu lvirs, uracei| oA ~i,-.x~ o-.l ~KI/ ~ IIM IL~|il~'rAi~/n-" tg/lll \ i!i::~i :: .~-2.~ ~ " I /I delegates to " the WashingtonlHowser attended the Monroe!l ...-- Oi~lh U-ILl. l~k~iL~lk%ll~lL~r, O/']L~/ --k !:~ I ]HConference Pathfinder leader'slFal~r:h~r)d~aY.B^nson dis--la.,edtl A'~ Home-shop Skilsaw for AC-DC operation" :~ ~ ~ rrainin~ course given from Sept e v ~ ' ~ . ' .... I ' , " " " Fair I 41mI 5800 RPM Cut adjustable from % to 1 7s in. her exhibits at the Monroe ii ' @ 11147 at the Alhed Boys Club camp and w well leased with [t and for bevel cuts to"45 degrees. Cuts 2-in. A ~l~ .~l K /l ' - " I ud-in II , P P P Y" dressed lumber stone metal plastic and il~--'~ ............. I/lis a'n .organ!zation oI prog~ssive[~ ~v~rs'S~-ra,'- ~ertram of Lake I I t y p e dinnerware in a composition. Includes' combination blade, ._ ju~[ lna[witea ~ III classworK In Artsan(l uralts I "~ ~ ~" . "II choice of rich colors at a ,,~,,~,h a ,,,~v,~ ,,,va ' ' no rn ' ........ " .......... a s~de, Wash, left Mo ay mo WARD MONTEREY PRODUCE CASE t[lnd m nature work for young] ..... v .... " ....... er Ru'- Ennis"[I really thrifty price. Set.in- ' to Provide Our Customers with |Ir~s" , ....................... I o~~ 13ellin~,ham ~'after s~)ending I cludes 4 each of !arge:10-in; ~ .~, . .. . .~ ,.. " -- I[I 2.Vtl alt,l .Wllb. k~lltllUHy I%UKUlI/ .... ~ _' .... "- . II Olnner plates; oreaa ann uaraen e'resn, urlsD. eImgerated ~and family enjoyed a boat trin/the last weeK Tim her sister,, ....... , ~, o I) .... ~IAlice Thomsen II outter plates; cups and __ ~..,/// ... . . ,~rom Anacortes to friday' Harborr .. '" 'aar will be held'1saucers. Be sure to see how ~ d~Z~//~ ~~~ on Friday. " The ~range oaz smart it is .~ .,. ~x/~"//~ z////,~ IH Mr and Mrs Mark Olcot* - lFriday, October 16, 9nd all faney[I ~~ ~~fk~~~ L s . I family" of Silver Lake called atlG nge hall. II . 1727 N Penn Ave, Bremerton Wash Mr and Mrs Earl Anderson ~ ~ ~/~~~ ..... J the GeorgeWiggins home Sun. " eturned from11 N L[dav evening who recently r ... . . - [ The Getchell Home Demonstra I Guam, are visiting at the ~ranK I ~~'--~--*~//~ ......... [tion Club held their meetin~ .~lMcFarland home. Mrs. Anderson[| ~zllI~iiiai~~ 4 IN ' uu ,- xur Rwm~mmm. mm i~s i Ammim [the home of Bart)ara Wiggins onlis Virginia Hull's moth.er. Mr;II .... AIR FILTERS Mondav eve in ~ and Mrs wallace usatlllO OI V//fi ~t.~A'AVU.Lm ~JA~U~ Economical assur UI-I i. NIIAK/I XHI. im i n" g. Alice Lar_on .... ".~ "v .... r' II " - . A.,. ~II IIllnIImiI vmii~Iii land Mac Paswarth nro~ont~d ~lrorttan(l, ~re., arrl ecl last _~ 1-1m ance of clean fur- 1 IIII l-- - : ........ r........ ~'[dag ' visit with her[I ' ~llI_ ' 20nace16.bair andheat20x2016x demonstration on Removln y for a week s Reg. 19c Kleencut ' " I 4M l Spots from Furniture. / "' ' " "!l 2.9 NCH " iO E I m Ikl , mother Mrs Frank McFariand 4 LU KIT forged steel scissor ' " HEATING OIL SERVIGE Mr and Mrs Aud.ral Moreland Visitors for the day Tuesday are with nickel plating. ACH : ..... ..... Frank's sisters Mrs Brad~haw Schooldays kit that aecuracety maae )()X ,-) s,'" ,e 1 59 mpmm|~h mmmmmm~miii , land Audra spent the Labor Dayl . " , [m is sturdy ~tnd ~1~ ~1~ ~, " ~ "~ ~ .......... week end at Ros t r ]f Burhngton Cold, and MrsI ....... /111~ WIR/ K eb, g Ore ' " " room, Ineiudesde- /IU where they visited Mr' More': ] Salisbury", Mrs. ~ess McFarland I .en.~,e half-.rot Ln., . , ' land's sister Mrs Homer GreenIr Arlington and lvir. and Mrs. | vacuum bottle. UUU I i ~ ~l~l[/~,, and family and aiso Mrs. Marie[Jhn Baker of Idaho,. - .li I~,lt, i,_Ai4V//~- " ,~ ~ ~ ..~.\Atnll~y,,n._ I Moreland I Mr. and Mrs. L. A. lv~arKson and I m I ~..__Z.......... ~ I r I_Rev. Ernest Epperson of WarmlMr-an Mrs;Robert t ursa 2 [I I - I . . g peaker at the . " r .~'~_" ~ " ' -.~,~~_~ [chureh services Sunday. t~a~rrl last Friday. Mr tan2 Mrs[I ~~ [ ~T'~''.~"" ~ I~t~~~t ! Kson stayeo o - y [h 1 O . land their son Roy took them an!i I Special ! III I rroaucer lteceiDtS [over Monroe and also all over the[m ~,mm~sr~ I Kim~f-- ~1~~ !$ i ~'~:.~/[J[~]~.~-Ji~2~.d~ [r~ 1 ~ * "'" --I reformatory. Roy's baby won lst[i ~~nii~*~[~l/r I ~,= .... I ..... /~'~] ~ [ [ " prize at the baby show atthe "L . , ,ow rrewous Month].. II I 6iANI MUGS/Vf I ~Vlt~II~g~.~. I Nichola.~ L Kevock has an ' Ialr. r ~" I I ,~ms II m~ v MY / I~//Ak,~ //A////Ai"~.%T''~ i~ ! nounc .... "i Some of the good G angers didI ~~~" I o,'the minimurn uniform.their ,,ood deed of the day last,| YALE ~AD,.O0X I . ... ~~~$" I I ~~0q''r'- [,~r~oo for th~ month of Au~,,~t[Saturc~ay' by going out to thelI ullt to take a beat- Al,.~ [ ~ mr an, / ~z I ~ f. I _ __ _ [1953 to De $4.76 per cwt. for milk Thompsen place and putting the | lng. Solid die-east IIII ; I ....... I I~ I I ~ II ~ g~ g~ dl /testing 4%. For each one-tenthl...~ ,~ ~ ...... house whichlI ease In rust-resi~ting ~dl~l~ I ~I '~ l~'~. ][~f~ I u M nI it ~. ia II -I "noint variation from 4% the but-lw"~"o" ve,~;'~,:,",'~'~'a,~nreciated dim finish. 5 dfse tumb- OU I IN ~RIER ~'/4~~, ~'~ I . . ' a~ ca.y ttcu,~tt~.,r" lers. :~eel shackle, v m II u ml L U u.m terfat dlfferentml is $.081. Thel~es!Several of the ladies camelm J " "-*~~//////~~ I __ ,, 1,. ...... average price paid to 0roducerslalong and brought "pot luck" 1 ' I Here'sthe new Fire-Here's the new Fire- -- .... 1953 was $4.587 uer cwt.]dinner Thanks again, fellows. Im t~ I KingGiant edition-of VTh'~eouI~on-'~ntitl~"I'the~ Julv SUPER PETROLEUM CO This includes payment for both Mrs "Ruby Dagle was a dinner~ ' those o ular "v adult bearer to buy 4 Glant _ . - " ,_ I guest at the home of her parents, l [ base and excess milk , p p i dry Ft Arlington eroaucer reeei0ts tor this/Mr and Mrs Fred Smoke Tues-iI ,t~.N~.~.--" -" ": "~-- [ ~e ~c: co-u I I " month were 8.65~ below Julylda~', " ' | ~$~'~ ~ I enough for a ful~fter Sept. 19th. ' I . '1953 but were 1962% above[ Mr and Mrs F W Smoke at [ " " " ' Shell Heating Onls are clean burning, Au"ust of a vea- o,~ l*,~,.,~;..+~ ..,.." " - _ . lI I tionof milk, or-plenty I I I : . ?. -o ~ o . - ,*s,,_. -,~,r,~ ,,- tended theMonroe fair ~atur-II ~t~x~, i nf e off~@. 12.oz rnn~t,. I ...... I i ,c,~nomicn| ,,,A d,~nmndnkl,, Tk.~ make outter~at rrpm produl:ers were]day II .'~tt~\ -.., -- I U ~ ~ 0 ' " ~ ~ ~ ~ " ~ ~ " ~ ~ c I N ~ ~ ..................................... I I .......... " ............ t 8.13~A below previous month and[ ~" o--------.----II " ~ ....... " ""t/U . I ity. Only 44e for 4.1 ......... I I it easy for you to keep your house snug17.67~ above a year ago. Iv1 a 1-." II t ..... I ....... [ I : Class I sales in August 1953 lkIeln A rsmres - 1.15 LAWN RAKI . * Lx rr L p,e . A aZSS ....................................... andw.rmwhatevethew..thor. For were64.5% of total reeeipts,lp ,, Yl II ....._, -I ...... ......... i I ............. compared to July 1953 when |on rroaucers II u.~nt .as..a _o~.m, tl~id J No phone or mail ..... -a . tasv, reliame aelivery ot ~nel! Meating Class I sales were ~9 03~ of tota' I IF . . II w!t. Ul I " ~'-- ~T ~ ............. I , . receipts A year ago 74 5% of to- -.-- ~,, ........ a "- "~ a that clean thorough- " , Ods, call us. And remember, it s a wmse tal receints w~ , ,m~ ,~, e,~=~ herd of Otto Klein at Marysville/m ly ~i~ I ' Th " " has achieved top ecognltlon I sales e increase in produc home .wner wh. keeps hi$ ~x~el tank FULL-. " - - -" during a recent month for out[m riCh over a year ago tends to standi ~ "ion The 20TM ng product lower the per cent of total re- " ~,qnt~ utilized ~ o~ T ~,~ Marysville producers are credlt-[I l I I I I I~ I ~ m i,~. m i I I ~ ~" ........ 40 f ref re h ......... ed with averaging 11 pounds o The o t e returns to produe- ~ . un ersper ewt. will be less" since t.~rf. 3.9Vc ...... milk and,. ,..h nlaced themt144po ds of but- mNm( m~ H~~n ~l~m more of their milk is used in .... '~Y? .... 7""'~' t~- - h"re[| m. , li ~ I'I mt Im~ II'I t~l~ Tr ,,~s among tne nanon s p ~yrs ~ li R ~JAE~a "" T~s~~ie 1 t Jul herds in the Ayrshire Herd Testll . ss, a scompareo o y .. w II 3 were il th Dzvlsion of 15 to 25 co s ~ . 195 .19% down, wh e e _~________ .......... butterfat for this month com. large partbytheincreaseir/but- YOUR MARSHAI.I.-WEI.IS STORE nared to July 1953 was up .85%. terfat in inventory variation.[| =m.v,~...~,~ ~,, .......... This increase in butterfat in Class I sales compared to a yearll ~,..,,,..,o.. ,,,,o,~,,~,,v, ClassI can be accounted for in a ago were up 3.56%. I~_