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* -, )z T ) 7 22, THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLEg.]: ASHIN(,T( N, [tlURSi A, OCT. 1!}53. PAGE Ttt EE ,ON5ERVATION NOTES Ledbetter's equipment used in Leque Island revetment Photo. unite Falls Postmaster, Miller, likes to hunt fall the quest for next morning on the piling was all cut from the farm- he kept thinking ers' own woodlots. him to Leque Island. is a good sportsman ll good sportsmen ob- farmer's conSent to ;land. It's not on record ducks Hugh bagged! :ing on the Smith land Island. It is a matter] however, that Miller! Smith had a long con-i abouh tlie wet condition! d, particularly that side 'oft Susan Bay. Every terms brought waves against the dikes spill- of water over onto the L land. ~r returned to Granite night wet, tired and Problem of the Leque Fortunately, at this Stephens of the Soil Service was also Work. Mr. Miller was work the Soil Con- . IWHITE HORSE ! Mrs. M. Fleming, i corresponding. Return from No. Carolina Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green turned home yesterday after a three weeks' trip to North Caro- lina. Jensen Green, their son, who was in the East, returned to Washington with them. Mrs. Jerry Marsland (Marilyn Chilcote) returned to Seattle on Sunday by plane from Santa Ana, Calif.. after being hospitalized in that city. She was touring the state of California with her hus- band when she was stricken with what was thought to be a light case of polio. Mrs. Alvin Chilcote of this place is caring for the Marslands' small son Da- vid, who had been left in her care while they were on their va- cation. Birthday Club Meets The White Horse Birthday Club meeting was held last Friday STIR Al~D ROLL 4-H CLUB The Stir and Roll 4-H Club of Jim Creek met at the home of their leader, Mrs. Carl Mattson, where we discussed old and new business. Those present at the meeting were Barbara Dennise, Vivian and Arlene Oberg, Julie Eng- strom, Marilyn and Janice Matt.- son, Sandra Johnson and Esther Swimme. We then elected offi- cers. The president is Barbara Dennise, secretary and treasurer is Marilyn Mattson, vice-presi- 0 Service would do but it was a good time Miller waved Ste- stop and in less than outlined the prob- Ebey-Lake Riley T erry Bunten, corr. Phone 3072 Careys Visit Moses Lake Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Carey o: Lake Riley took a trip to Moses to the piling. Driving the piling presented quite a problem at first. Piling are usually driven from a barge or oth~r water borne conveyance. Issabelle Swilling, Grace Tucker, Coulee to see the dam and all the In this case S. V. Ledbetter of OSO:Lulu Denman, Marie Bertels,]fine new farms that have been secured a steel guide frame Ruth Chilcote, Maxine Hansen ---7----;. ..... _-7------~-. which was suspended from the and Mrs Caldwell. scnool--we were asstlreu lr womo end of the boom of his' dragline.I Mrs ealdwell who has been!nt" ---- ....... A huge.hammer was then suS-lvisiting~at the' home of herI penoea ]n me irame ano operat-i - r ...... daughter Mane Bertels, left fo I ~ ~ ~ D ed from the macnme. ~v~r. Ledbe~- ~,~, h,~,~ ~ C~lif~rnia on Satur-I mR i W", ~ ter.was then able.to pick up .theJ~ay'o~ l"ast'week.*"" , , "-m ~- tJII I~ I piling from inside the dike,I __ i I ~ Ii I~il swing it across and drop it into ~,,~,, ~n,-~,u,,~ ~--,,inment ! i / ii i position. ~everal QUICKly aetacn- "- ~" ~ ~.~ ...... ~,, -~cent / F r v able braces were used to ~uideI rne ,.rank %~.~2 .... ,~ .~ : j and steady the bottom o~ the ly.purfCnamSe~2n:in~21l~(~aognmn~ =: . steel frame The hammer was aalry " ....... anks aim i then put in motion and the pile the new reInwge~a~~ mh~Km~lk is i II p ~ _ r v r ' ' e] un mese ne / I~ qi d i en. M. Ledbetters maehm ............ : worked so well that it may easily i pu~ elonwm atnnde t~anKdraal~ne~YtI[O~o set a pattern for the future The ~".= ~',' ................. ~, *~, a tanker mllK truck ior uenve[-y [ U O to the distributors. This does away with the handling of many milk cans, pouring the milk through coolers, etc., conse- quently keeping the milk in a better condition. Bernie Bertels and Winifred Skeers spent the week-end visit- ing at the home of Anna Lee Wold in Everett The Wolds were former residents of Fortson. Lynden McMahan and Larry Gladsjo left last week for Se- attle, where they are working at the Boeing plant. The Bowmans had the misfor- tune to lose one of their prize whiteface heifers last week dur- ing the birth of a calf. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Seton re- turned home today, Monday, af- ter a week's deer hunting near Cle Elum. The~ came back with their buck and stated that the five persons in their party brought back four deer. Another bad car accident on one of those sharp corners at Ha- zel Sunday evening. The out-of- town car failing to make the curve crashed into a large maple, seriously injuring two of the oc- cupants. The Darrington ambu- lance was called~____- Mt. Vernon Viaduct Contract Let Lew B. Wallace, member of the Washington State Highway Com- mission from Bellingham, an- nounced last week that the Com- mission had awarded a contract for the construction of the Kin- caid Overcrossing in Mount Vet- Cicero-Tra/ton Mrs. Iver Engstrom Phone 3019 Iohn Engstrom Hears the President John Engstrom returned Sun. Island. ....... day from a wonderful trip to o even tOOK less tithe Mill .... W ....~o~-'1, Kansas City, where he attended st-7"'- "-.~?'~%'f'.