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manager for John 315 West Ave., this impressive trophy the Mild Custom Pickup Annual Auto-Rama held 7 and 8 in the Seattle took awards for out- compartment and out- for his 1972 ntry on which he did all and mechanical work. Snohomish County's September dairy results The September report of the Snohomish Cobnty Dairy Herd Improvement Associa- tion shows the county daily average per cow was 46.6 pounds of milk and 1.63 pounds of butterfat. These official records were compiled in accordance with rules and regulations adopted by the Snohomish County DHIA Board, Washington State DHIA, approved and supervised by the United States Department of Agriculture and Washing- ton State University. High herd honors went to Barr Farms, Inc.. Monroe, two-time milking program, with an average of 2.36 pounds of butterfat per day. Others high in this class from this area were George Klein, Marysville, 1.99 and Stanley Faber, Arlington, 1.75. High herd honors went to Danielson Farm, Camano island, three-time milking program, with an average of 2.25 pounds of butterfat per day. Top producing cow completing a 30S-day record this month was in the five year and older animal category, two-time milking, a Jersey owned by Duane Kuhlman, Snohomish, with 18,170 pounds of milk and 1,021 pounds of butterfat. Others high in this class from this area were George Klein and Stanley Faber. High in the five year and older category, three-time milking program, was a Holstein owned by Danielson Farm, Camano Island, with 29,210 pounds of milk and 997 pounds of butterfat. High two-year-old, two-time milking program, was a Holstein owned by Bartelheimer Brothers, Snohomish, with 21.450 pounds of milk and 793 pounds of butterfat. Others high in this class from this area were George Klein. Stanley Faber, George Klein and Jack Dodge. - Sports- club forming activities Wally Ball • game being played at the Club called Wally like Vally Ball. the racquetball court. with three or four team. offering two aerobic : from 9 to I 0 a.m.. ~mber 16 on Mondays will be in the evening Starting November 17 on is. Each class will Ski festival A free ski festival is scheduled November 24 at the Stillaguamish Athletic Club from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. At the festival there will be a ski movie and a fashion show. There also will be ski equipment check and a 45 minute ski fitness program. If you wish to take part in the fitness program you will need to bring some work-out clothes. For more information about the ski festival, call the athletic club at 435-9408. The club is located at 4417 -172nd St. NE. Arlington. High two.year-old, three-time milking program, was a Holstein owned by Diamond M Farm #1, Snohomish. with 20,140 pounds of milk and 757 pounds of butterfat. High three-year-old, two-time milking program, was a Holstein owned by Jim Misich, Snohomish, with 23,410 pounds of milk and 928 pounds of butterfat. Another local dairy high in this class was George Klein. High four-year-old, two-time milking program, was a Holstein owned by Jim Misich, Snohomish, with 24,240 pounds of milk and 997 pounds of butterfat. Also area dairies high in this class were George Klein, Stanley Faber, Barlond Farm and Loren Foster. Don't make a specialty of missing golden opportunities. "Winner - GVR Search Warrent claimed junior and grand champion Angus bull honors at the Central Washington State Fair in Yakima. He's owned by Bernard Hambleton of Rockport and Bill Lewis of Arlington. -Photo by the American Angus Association Athletic Club will be muscle development. be tested for their be put develop their muscle will be doing on applied muscle tests. Denis program to increase strength. classes offered. One the other at 6:30 p.m. meet Wednesdays for November 18. must register in will be offered. Sign 17. call the club at The Arlington TIMES - Wed., Nov. 18, 1981 - 9 i i THeRe: WILL 136 A POTTERY 5AL& AT qeK~'Y' ME'Ia)CO, HD'5 STUDIO NOVeMO612, 2! ~, ZZ, SAIOROAY AMP ~OMOAY, io:30 Tit. ,~,30.-- Me. i ii i ii i i i ii *Live entertainment Wednesday thru Saturday *Aged T-bone...Delicious *King Crab, Fresh Oysters, Ocean Fresh ~Seafood *Thick Cut ,Prime Rib, Garden Fresh Salad Bar The LIGHTHOUSE INN ..d ,,,0, "---- UNIC)UE~ CHARMING AND Really GREAT FOOD Ulllkthewe Inn. Take the LeConner,Conway Exit ~:=~me,. off I-5 or Come by Boat ~. ,he Swlnemlah Daily 11:30-2 A.M., Sunday 12 Noon-Midnight ¢hemtel Sk~ng registration Registration for Lakewood Community Schools Ski School Program is December 2 from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Lakewood school board room. This year's ski school package includes lessons .and: transportation to and from Stevens Pass for eight consecutive Satur- days. The tentative date for the first session is January 9. Some restrictions are that persons must be 18 years of age or The Best of Bowlers - Joe Lyon Jr. of Melady Lanes. Arlington, and Charlien Emery of Evergreen Lanes, Everett. took top prizes in competition with bowling victory legion tournament finalists Sunday at Melady Lanes, Finalists competing included Strawberry-Lanes, Marysville; Glacier Lanew, Tyee Lanes and Evergreen Lanes. Evei'dtt, and Melady Lanes. Arlington. In the men's division. Lyon scored 591 with handicap and Emery's score in the women's division was 749 with handicap. Sponsored by the Everett Bowling Association. tournaments this year netted more than $900, all of which will be donated to the Veterans Hospital. Lineage for last ~TON ' ARI_'I N SCHOOL LUNCHES Monday, Nov. 23: Hamburger, tater tots, hot vegetable, fresh fruit, chocolate milk. Super 55¢ Tuesday, Nov. 24: Macaroni & cheese, fish patty, hot vegetable, veggie sticks, chilled fruit, milk. Super 40~ Wednesday, Nov. 25: Dorothy's best chili, Betty's famous coleslaw, tossed salad w/Pain's delicious dressing, Sharon's favorite chilled fruit, milk. Super 50¢ Thursday, Nov. 26: Thanksgiving vacation. FridaY, Nov. 27: Thanksgiving vacation. Compliments of • BANK OF ARqNGTON 525 N. Olympic - Arlington- 435.2139 Electronically eliminates flying and crawling pests • Fleas• Files• Spiders• Moths• Mosquitoes• • Rats• Mice• Roaches• Many More• ECONOMICAL, MAtNTENANCE-FREE OPERATtON, PESTS ARE TOTALLY ELIMINATED IN 2 TO 4 WEEKS, MORE EFFECTIVE THAt POISONS*NO SPECIAL INSTALLATION John Berglund at 652-7519. ORDER OR FOR MORE INFO---1 oo, s69 .,[7*° have parents permission and participants Sunday's event was donated by Melady Lanes. in the fourth grade or below must be accompanied by an older brother or sister at least 12 years or older. The reason for this is to help with equipment that can be too heavy or bulky for the youngsters to carry around. 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