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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, OCT. 1, 1953. PAGE 1" [ " II rather than as Class I as pro. I "'LL Mrs. Fred Davzs Federal Mdk Order vi'ded prior to the amendment Plants 1 [I U/ LV /-/1 o - t~ . KT lr~ / . A ! I A1. o ,it will allow handlers 'aCted" [[ -- Laura Preston ~oe$ to l't. uaKota is amended whose plants have separate man- |" " ]'Mr and Mrs Claude Damask, Mrs. Fred Davis left here Tues- On September 24, 1953 John HUlVer[eo m IK olrecl ItneltUf-a--ctur!ngif!'cili'ties'lta"re'~'iv'e ucensel - - d with a dinner at day morning enroute to Beulah, Davis, Assistant Secretary of Ag- -'lants and consid ": y " . l entertalne . North Dakota to attend the [u-. ..... r effecP ~ er it as a trans- to The Times from.T[ their home on Sunday. honoring ,,~'~r-',, ,,"f her father, Geo~"'~.~ ~.,,.- ~ .... rlCUlture, lssueo an urge , . " fer from another e---.'~-* , I .... , . T ru . ustr_ re ue,.t_ uch horticultural in- Mr and Mrs Joe Glfford of Se- n he " neral will be held onfive October 1 1953, anaendmg In view of ind v n .~ ate Department of Ag- attle and recently of Maryland. Th-rsdav This is the second Federal Order No. 25. as amend- and the immediate "need~ th** calls attention to fact[Mrs Gifford is the former Sis death recently among relatives of ed. This amendment to the Order Asst Secretary of Agricult~ ~s of strawberry plants[Dale who made her home for a t~,~ Davis family Mr Davis's is identical with the decision is- acte~i on an emergency basis in lCensed, and that thelwhfle, with the Damaskes some mother, Mrs. Eda DeChaine, pass.,sued by As~stant Secretary of issuing the order amending the ust be inspected. Theitime ago. The other guests were ing away at Renton. She was[Agriculture vavls on ~eptemDerOrder, which makes it possible ows: ]their son Vic, Mr. and Mrs. Mel buried at Washington Memorial110, 1953. for handlers to transfer or di. ts who are planning to[Cotterell and family of Snoho- Cemetery, which is between Se-[ In a referendum conducted be- vert milk to manufacturing uses ITst strawberry olantsimish, Mr. and Mrs. George Lee, attle and Tacoma. ]tween September 14-18, 1953 by more freely and at less cost. eke application'no'w for[Mr, and Mrs. Beryl Williamson On Mrs Davis's return from the! Nicholas L. Keyock, Referendum! This action by the Assistant See.. ~ction at the Horticul-[and family and Miss Barbara[ East she will t)e met at Portland]Agent, over 98% of the prdiucersi retary of Agriculture is based Qn ice Court House Ever-[Wiggins all of Arlington. [ h,, h,~. a-,,,,hter and son-in-law voting approved the issuance of evidence submitted at a hearing * ' i Mrs. Alfred Soderstrom of Ca-] ~"-"-~,~Wr~s aerald Olsen who[this amendment of Order No. 25,I held in Seattle, Washington emend for Northwest[menu Island visited from Mon-[ w~i'l'l"come~o'A~lington with her. as amended. I August 10-11, 1953. Y planting stock will,ldayuntil Thursday with her s)s-Mr. Olsen has recently been dis- For the period from OctoberI Copies of the Assistant Seer- exceed the number of[ter, lwrs. O. C. Rooinson. Tne in-5 Norman Perry, Shoultes district farmer, reaps bumper crop charged from the Navy. They tl, 1953 through December 31,I tary's Decision dated September 'ailable from the regu-Jdies spent their time fixing ~ Here he displays home-made trailer. [have been l~ving in California 11953' the Order, as amended,110 and of the Order amending the ed plant growers. [some wool-filledquilts and re-I ................... I-- ~ ~ ~ 7--=] ~ iwilt permit fluid milk plants[Order, dated September 24, 1~ mlnlscln abOUt ~rs ~oaer v disease which hasl ' " , g . .: . "IS t~ll flflldoPrll! I TlflM ] i' ~ A~.-. " ,| /'1 ..... t^. with separate manufacturingi are available at the MarKet crib ~ - ' -*holo lstroms recent visit to meir Iam-!l ~llll I-IllU~kI~KU 15 I IIIN I I ~(,.) .Jl.~ttUll balUCllLCl Ifacilities to receive milk froml ministrator's office, 200 Bigel~ vi~l~ ~Y:~rePa;ound[ily home in Finland. il t,lo,'- uu,o'-, v n,,un II Mrs Nelli ~" t~, ,, a. ~. s ]plants of other handlers as Class[ Building, Seattle. 'f our'Northwest plant-[ Leila Stec.kelberg tOOkahve ]I Idflre l[ corresp~n~:~ge' llluys Verlot Imber I ~ ~ ' Call m s disease is similar tolson Daviu and ~ayrna anu ~ Utl I~11 I I-.! , " " ......... ,v.~.~ ..... ~,... v,,.,aa~un fairtl H~ s ~ I Bert Armstrona I Lytton L Carpenter of LakeI ~ ] .~ ~ TROUBLE SHOOTER L~J~ te Virus OI tne Marshall ~u~.v,. tot,,=~-a - e ~ v was the success i 1 ....... [ ......... ]l a.~,,.,*^,, w,,.r, | Siaht Imorovma [Ste ens, Wash, "I ~-"'~L~"~ When Electrical Appl cruces Fa 1 ~ L" ~neremre, tne pur-ioat"'uay. .. . [I ~"'"~*'~"' "'"" ' - ~.. - -- . ~.- _ . Iful bidder on the Sauk Bug Killl i1 i~ we Repair Household Appliances I~ IIS inspection is to giveI Wednesday night Dale and Le~- [ Meet Your Farm Neighbor menus ot t~ert Armstrong are I sale within the Monte Cristo Dis-~ ' .rr rr.a.. trA.r..a 14 :.s who are setting out[la attended the meeting of B y:] Norman Perry is rolling in hay interested to learn that he ha~[trict of the Mt. Baker National] II IB . --'INGT"N ~ ~ungs as d~sease freelant Guys and Gels 4 H Cluo, or ~een very encoura ed in the ap nd board feet PHONE 643 ~IcL u , " ; . ~[now on his Shoultes Road farm. g "[Forest. Sixty thousa ] I,.---.,! -]. IF possible. ~whieh they are the leauers, a[lThis is true in more ways than parent recovery fff his sight, lof Douglas Fir sold for $3000 oerl articultural Laws of the[the Bryant Grange hall. [one. Besides making his'hay up While he still is under mediealtthousand, 30,000 board~ feet -of[ n i i i ~ ' Washington ,classify] Saturday night at the Bryant[in round bales he has also her- attention, it has been the long-[Western red cedar sold for $12.401 ,~_ ~~" ~ ~ Y plants as nurserYlGrange meeting, Fred Marls re-[vested one of his most bountiful est time of any since his last[per thousand, and 110,000 board] ~.,~-~ ~ ~--- ~-- ~-- ts requiring a license to[ceived the 25-year Gold Star pin.lcrops. This bountiful crop came hemorrhage [feet of Western hemlock and Pa-[ i(~i iBi r Rim ~lants. Growers will beiMr. Maris is a former Siscolabout after considerable bad "--------- [cific Silver fir sold for $4.15 per I i~l~,k'-~.~.~, l I l I I I~ / I ollowing field inspec-lHeights resident Iluck, a good deal of study and Leroy Merritt.left Sunday forlthousand. The only other bidder] ll fi , l m m ~,iims ,i, ,i, ! treedom of disease." [ Mr and Mrs Ed Almli enter-[of course a large amount of hard Camp Lewis after a furlough of I was Oscar Brynestad of Arling-i 1 J L ll __ I ~[tained several" guests Saturday work. coupie.of.Wee~s with home mlks.[ton. [ 6l. ' Jill i~i aiA i ~ievening, namely, Mr. and Mrs. It all started two -years ago Leroy m[.antry.ana up[ ~--~ I Mi i/lllil-- i tyv~DrA iIOscar Johnson of Everett, Mr. when Norman came in to see the to now .na~ peen in training at[BURN HILL I ~'~. ~~"