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t .... No. 24 Arlhlgton, Wash., Thm'sday, Oct. 8, 1:t53. Consolidated with Arlington Ctironicle April 3, 1915. =~ iAX .... .... ecc nlin, Fridllv IOI . .. . ............. , rrlllU I :, m I s Times there ap as to whether all of those who I " I-- -- L article to the effectidisapp,rved the issuance of an [ I E...&. ." .- A- I I .. all..___._J tel ed amenumen[ were lncmpenoents erendum conduct ]would come under the confiden- I ,. I rl ! I11 I |E It }P_ IMIOnOffl ts L. Keyock, Referen-ltial category. Just as in any elec- I .[ m. w mm]J i I IP' I|IFIIFI IIW t, among the dairymen[tion, the information as to who | ~ ~ ] i get Sound-Washington" voted would be public informa- The members of, Arlington. beHighhe at. the between, halves period she [loat and marching_ by_ the __POD ran ........ Ition but as to how each voter I ~ ISchool Class of 49 will t will receive her crown from Mack o,..,. --., ,u.. , 14 .~ ,~,~,4 Ion[ o[ [ne ua]ry- . ~: .... - , ,~u~ =.u t.~ ,-, ............ " "Y" - [voted would be a confidential ~ ~ lhonored guests at the annual Smlth Jr. who was president of -- - ~ser nti wi ~tTra~IwYI~nhnwe2[aPn[matter As you know, in a market i ~ , IHomecoming exercises which will the Class of '49. At 7 p. m. a pe ne l_I ~' .... " w " t n an it to Federal Order No [such as the Puget Sound market ~ ~ /be staged by students of Arhng- The ...... lnd Its way through ow , d [where there is a market-wide . ] ~: 'ton High School Friday, when will s~ar~no~f~z~g-,~cem.ie~'at~na this will be followed by a pep trio w an [ oolin o oration the issuance ~ I " there will be a series oI events .................. "._ . rally at Hallock Field us as to ho m Y P g P , :: ,-" . ~u~-v-wur ~ween me clcmses - " d. an t e - . .... of 54 and '55 g - Vote d h ir reac of an amendment must be ap- culmlnatmg In the blg Homecom- , ] Followin the game there will ~le ral order we[ roved b at least two-thlrds of mg football game at Hallock [be a dance at the High School ~ral fwehd:r~ we know to P}~e prodLers voting in the ref- I ~"- .;~ . Field, with Sedro-Woolley as the This will be followed by a pa-[Gym sponsored by "the Girls dairymen, some mere-[erendum, and I can report with- [ pFr~mL~., 2 opposition team. fade through the downtown area[League, this affair honoring the te Snohomish County[out revealing any confidential ! " ~~il ~ For this annual event, the stu-at 3 p. m. with each class con-|alumni and especially the class s Association a n d[information the fact that both [ ~~ i dents have elected Carol Wahl tributing a float. There will also/of '49 Music will be provided by Pendent. [the producers belonging to coop- ] ~~ ~,- queen of the Homecoming, and be decorated cars, the Queen'slShirley's Music Make,-'s. - census of opinion was[erative associations and the inde- A P ~I ~ ....... =[[[[[[I [Al ........... ml:m.i -- Were not too familiar[pendents, singly and together, , ~I ~ |.'.awT,~** ~ H,,~,~,~ " IIHIILII IUIIIIII HLIPUUHH FlIIIn [tuation; that the asso-lapproved the issuance of theI ~H~ ~a*'~l "" ........a.- UIII/[,V UVUU IIE, I~nOUll rung rectors vote for theIamendment by more than the i O ip, and the Darigold}necessary.two-thirdsrequired. I I .,~nswers ~ummons onuulsee eTAOTe ufn[ B~OlhllU controls the situa-[ 'I appreciate your inquiry into I I ~/ ~ Grover W Hinman, 71, R 1 Arl- ~NIIIfNO00/~l~l/O hint. rRWHI 1 if they were satis-|the proceoure usea in the re~er- I ~~ ~ . ~ " " I the system, most felt]enda conducted by this office, I [ ~~ ~ mgmn, a well known attorney[ The residential soliciation in Clifford Knudsen, Mrs. Chef along alrlght. "and I may report that you are I ~/ ~ of Arlington for many years,[Arlington for the United Good. Th_mn .................. n~on Mr PhU Rinr,~o .......... M,~ ~a letter to Mr. KeyockIthe first newspaper in this area I [ ~~ ~ passed away at his home Tues-[Neighbors Fund will beein on[J p Mathew~ Mrs l.ow,~ll Ron,h ahon. as to how the[to make such an mqmry. If you I ~ Iii~I ~ da mornin followin a ion * " "~ ~ ......... VOted We were espe-|ever have the opportunity to visit [ ~/ ~ Y .... g ... g glFnoay, Oct.: 9, andwilt be com-]Mrs. Ken ganickeberg, Mrs. re-- ": ......... ~ ..... "- -h"uld a--"reciate -'our ~ ~~ ~ siege oz ill nealm. ~pmtea on J~riaay, uct 16 UnaerlHarrv Yost Mrs Ernest M,~i,~r iucers supplying milk 71ants iol other handlers as C1 L ,0mmanderz. j. inea war i and orldi Var II He wasI as held today at the home so ic" are u pa d, and they et Sound market l II rather than as Class I as pro- _ . ^~. :: .............. :k.'.. __.,[of Mrs. Lord At that time in- were thanked on behalf of the total 2,333 votes cast reded prmr to the amendment. [ ~P||n~lf~'~l~ I)~J:,, was also a member of the Arl [structlons and materials were various orgamzatlons .represent- referendum, 2,239 rep-lAlso it will allow handlers whose [-~ ~IIIII~&YII I|~U OL~UUi I ington ~rolun'{eer Fire Depart:[given to thhe chairmen and solic- ed in the_United Good Neighbor~ Producers who were[plants have separate manu'ac- .................. e,,~ f ............. '-' ....... ]imrs. program tot the service they are. lhtles to receive divert at oriel an(] impressive exer tlon Station ~,eame wnlcn em ...... -" .... ,,.,~ ~ ............ Wh a cooperative asso- turing fac ..... - .......... "[." - -- ' "~ -. ' - - : member of the Masonic Order | e area chairmen are" Mrs giving to their community. lv~q ,,,~va nn,~ r~rn lod rnil~ directly at their plants clses, In Wfllcn Lieu[-~ommanoerlooaies l~avy l~a(llo Stations at " i - ......... Tt wa~ nt~n ~tro~od that ~. " it as a transfer R J Shea U S N and Com-~Arlington Marietta near Belhng- Mr. Hmman was born at| l. . h ,x, ,,,,~t ~,~, th,~ ~Wo.~h ,~f r~.~o~ ,~,~ I feel that to give and consider _ _ " ....... h ' 2 ~'~ .............................. informatlo / .... ' ' ' " ' " ' ", -~ " ............................. " " n from anotherlant mander Guy W Warren, U S N ham Port Blakeley and Battle C ase s Lake N Y Feb 6 188 / run ton r.i.A ,~ tho antv ~ntieit~tinn fn,. ~h~ P " read their orders, the command of[Point. He was a graduate of Syracuse .,,~ ~ ,~ itable nurDn.~o~ which will b~ r, adlo Station Arhngton passed L I, ieut. Commander Shea has University Law. School,. N. Y., and Welcomes .................... /eaehor. conducted in Arlin~,ton tht~ v~r from Shea to Warren on Wed- h~n nfficer in char~o ~t the sta- came to Arhngton in 1905, later azH fo. ~.m,. ~.,~ ~.zo ~,~ nesday morning Oct. 7. --tlon ..... for about three ....... years Durin~o moving to Granite Falls, and re- The" Arlington Parent-Teacher ..... c,.:,~', "~'-,'~'~"~'~:,~"~,,~ ~ ...... "~'~'~'o?~'~~,~,.~,,~, Eagles fell be- age, Edmonds picking up 188 The Navy personnel of the sta-his tour of duty here, much of turning to Arlington in 1918. Association met last Monday ev- Army ,and various children'S ht of the Ed- last Friday, losing e in four starts by margin. It was the the Tigers for the record only being an opening game tie. knocked Arlington out first place in the placing them tie for third. By the the win kept the big tie for the top spot yards from scrimmage and 72 by air for a total of 260 yards Arlington was able to net but i132 yards, 65 by ground and 67 by air. Borseth attempted fifteen passes and completed eight, but this fine average was dulled somewhat by the four intercep- tions by the Tigers secondary. Arlington also slowed up some- what in the fumble department, erring but once, while recovering two of the Tigers The Eagles also intercepted two Edmonds aerials, so the two teams were even in broke the ice in the i that department When Warren Lash-i -~^ *,~-.-, "'--- + .... h the Ed- nlor halfback broke ...... ' .Imonds defense was, Dick Borseth, minnie ann went r~ . . :leading Eagle ground gainer, ~ to score.. LasnuaIshowed a minus one yard for ne extra pomnt anu 71eight, carries. Other Eagle ball snortedv a I carriers fared little better, Corn- ~r .... tothis plaY]ing netting fourteen .yards in ~u nero zor oown~lfive trips, Taylor 23 in eleven, ~errlwry, I)lCK l:ior dozen "land John Larson 29 in a '*of ll the ng a - wayon[ Meanwhile, Warren Lashua, a secono perlool ~,t ......... a ,~chi~f Tiger threat, carried the ~':."" k'""Y .... V'~tball 24 times to pick up a total , me ~ry Ior poln t .... ~,n .... 4~ Iof 124 yards, more than the en- .... p,~v~ .... ..~'~" ltire Eagle backfield. pray zrom Jaor " Score by quarters: Thomson, climax- touchdown drive by the fourth period the found their way to n Wohlfrom driving cards out, after of some sixty the try for point Edmonds in front in the final Arlington ................ 0 6 0 6--12 Edmonds .......... :__._7 0 0 "(3--20 Sons of Norway Plan Lid Erickson )bservance Oct. 16 Lief Erickson Day, the annual aerial thrust celebrat!on commemorating the the Eagle end zone, mariner s discovery of North Am- tossing a 12 erican continent will be celebrat- Robinson Lashua ed in song and d~n.ce Friday, Oc- extra point for the tuber 16 at 8 p. m. : and the Eagles The observance will be held at Arlington' battled the Bryant Grange hall and will deficit, Jim Corn- be sponsored by the three Sons of the kickoff back to Norway Lodges from Silvana, ~ds 35 yard stripe. Stanwood and Arlington. It Will boomed over from feature the' Everett Male Chorus Utes later but again and many other musical num. tebonus point failed hers,, and Alfred Tunem as guest e board showed Ed- speal