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, , () THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARL(NGTON, \I ASHINGT N, TIIURSI)AY, N()V. 19, 1953. .PAGE Tests Cows number of cows -~d during the month of have been tested in 30 Head Stock For 4-H, F.F.A. Sale Over 30 head of dairy heifers have been consigned to the 4.H and F.F.A. Sale, which is to be trs of operation of the held at the Fair Building in County Dairy Herd Association, when Marysville. All the major dairy were on test in the breeds will be represented. At the Plan. This represents present time, there are 16 Hol- steins, 6 or 8 Guernseys, 7 Jer- of the milk cows These cows were and averaged 697 of milk and 29.6 pounds small herd division, herds of 15 cows or ve, of Monroe, had his herd of3 984 pounds 46.4 pounds of butter- Kackman, Arling- a herd of 9 cows, aver- of milk and 41.7 and Bob Klein, Ar- With a herd of 14 cows 849 pounds of milk pounds of fat. Other this group included Robert Miller, Snoho- cows and a milk aver- seys and 2 Ayrshires. The breeders have given good cooperation and have consigned very high quality heifers at a very low price. The ages of the heifers will range from two months to one year. All 4-H and F.F.A. members will find this lot of heifers very suitable for showing at fairs in their project work. These heifers have good pedigrees behind them, and the price is very low for such high type animals. These heifers are coming from some of the best herds in the county. Listed below are the breeders who have consigned these animals: Holstein--Edwin Stocker, Earle pounds and a fat aver- Bailey & Son, Henry Johnson pounds, and W. D. Stanwood, 12 cows, Harold Fjarlie, Donald Ceder- POunds of milk and 38.1 green. .~ ......... of fat average for the Jersey -- uerrlt r~leln, Jonn Klein, Peter Henning, Jr., Clif- grou- of herds with 16/frd Henning, W. D. Larson, Don- P ald Smith. 0ws, Mitchfield Farm ......... Bob With 23 cows had an Guernsey--AlDers Klein, of 1095 pounds of milkiKlein, W. D. Larson, William POunds of fat. Louis A1- Wallis, Valley Gem Farms. with a herd of 21 Ayrshire--Otto Klein, Garvik 826 pounds of Olson.- Earl B. Hope, County 41.9 pounds of fat. Dan Extension Agent. with a herd of 24 o 837 pounds of Herman Lorenzen 41.5 pounds of fat. A1- and Son, Monroe cows averaged 1163 Receives State milk and 41.0 pounds Ted Rieei, Monroe, 28 Conservation Award II01 pounds of pounds of fat. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Loren- zen attended the State Conser- large herd group, that vation Farmers banquet at Walia of 41 cows and over, Bros., Everett, with 65 Walla on Friday, Nov. 13, Mr. 1067 pounds of 38.4 pounds of fat. A1- ;haupt, Monroe, with 74 :ed 1061 pounds of 38.0 pounds of fat. sey, Monroe, with 56 a milk average of 968 ld a fat average of 37.4 )ther high. herds in the :luded those of Earle Ld Son, Snohomish, 65 [ a milk average of 960 and a fat average of 36.7 and Washington State Ltory, Monroe, 60 cows, milk average of 1099 ~ncd a fat average of 36.7 obert Boss,, Snohomish, and 622 pounds of milk L Pounds of fat. individual lactation pro- 'oups, Frank .Bradley, ens, had a two-year- that gave 9180 pounds ld 469 pounds of fat, Ottem, Arlington, had that gave 13830 milk and 467 pounds Krieger, Snoho- a heifer that gave 9070 milk and 438 pounds of three-year-old group, amble and Son, Sno- Static Year Career HARRY SPARKS, City Light employee for nearly thirty years, retired on Nov. L Here he is receiving from Jerry Dermody (left), superintendent of construction, on behalf of City Light, as a me- mento of his long and faithful service, a Longines Wittnauer au- Lorenzen being the conservation Somatic self-winding wrist watch. farmer chosen in Snohomish After 29 years of service, Harry The Hazel station, headquar- County to be the recipient of the state award. Sixty-seven other Sparks, City Light employee, and ters for the crew which patrolled wives were also hen who has been in charge of the ..................... farmers and " - ......... he the ngnt ul way Irom me ~au~ ored by awards at the Friday crew stanonea at hazel mr t .... ..... in/, mooting in the Marcus past ten years, retired on Novem- River to the Woodlnvflle hlgh- :-.:.~::-'*" "?LTL %~.^ ban"uet was ber 1st At the same time the tia- way on City Light's Skagit River ntlt~r iil}setCe:: fc~W2~he h~s s? e ~ ~1 r ~Y ~ B ~ Sears-Re ' ' The awards were presented to Mr. Sparks was called to Seat- Mr. Sparks. v tle on Friday morning Oct 30 Mr and Mr ..... v~*i~n farmers b" Go " ' . . s. Sparks are at twent nine ears of faithful ert as eareta tion of our Washington lands and. y- _ Y ..... y . kers until the prop- ....... " *~-- ~*ate be service, ne navlng reacnea me erty is sold urgeo mat a,l ot u,e ~t vatmn Dis retirement age He also received under the Soil Censer " - . . .: . Harry is well known through- ' ate a personal leuer oI warm com- ou t tnet movement. Most of the st. , ........... Huff- . t he valley, as he takes an ac- ts at present under Districts with!menaaun irom ~upt. r~. ~. twe part m CWlC affairs. He and a few very small spots not in Dis- ma~, . ~ Mrs. Sparks are active members tricts. The Governors special With the retirement oI lwr. of the MS. Wheeler Grange. award went to August Reinbold Sparks, it was also announced of north-central Washington for tllat the Hazel station, long a his outstanding work in censer- beauty spot on the Darrington vation farming and support of :he Soil Conservation movement in the districts. Mayor Nig Borliske of Walla Walla gave a very fine welcome address and paid tribute to the highway, because of the nicelyt landscaped grounds,, would be' closed. Avalyn Amsberry a cow that gave tnds of milk and 663 farmers in the Soil Conservation Dies Ad nlv fat, and Harold Fjarlie'Districts" Mr. Phil Kern, president _u__e_. of the State Junior Chamber of Mrs. Avalyn Amsberry, 67, wife g?~la~ha~/l:m~i~kotwahn~! ~mm}r!!g ~mnaa~nf~erY;sr~tome/~irc~ef: ~furkMe e., Y 248 no home e y y g Edwin Stocker, S - ..........'~----resident of the . " . gav (If) n,~,,w~ ,~ Mr lxern t~ etJ~u p e 186_~ ~. .......-." ....... Wool Growers Mrs Amsberry had resided in 60 enf fat i vvasnlngton ~tiitU 3 pound ........ tion Arlington for thirty years, h~v- fou ' ASSOCla r-year-old group, H.I ...... f nig come here in 1923. She was lson Mr Fritz Tlmmen, enalrman o Everett, had one . ...... born in North Carolina March 19 1466 milk the recognmon program Ior me ~9.~ r , 4 pounds of . ave ..... )~vnd?eOf faL and RhaylW2SmhprgetfvSta~ eJaYi~3~',,~urs She is. survived by her .hus. lt:tt, ,au t,,,~ ~ ..... " - ~" --~"~ "~"n's oana, mram at nome; a sister pounds of.milk and llS the Lane. ~h3ru;,,~,san2*Xsev. Mrs. Florence Parker in North ~Sof fat, while Duane walla wa}.~a ..... ~"rin~ Carolina; three brothers, Candler ~nohomish had one eral DeautllUl numuer~ uu ~ ~ een , - ...... r u2u North Carolina and Cling o 7140 pounds of milk tne runner nou . . zen were and Henry Queen of ;irginia. Unds of fat during theMr and Mrs. Loren ~ -- v w r - "- ~*,-~ " - " "-- ^~st sidel runeraa ser lees e e nelfl ~i~"'u" aee..mpame~w~oD;st~ig~upervi.]MOnday at the Moll Funeral ~l.Ve-year-old and over meeting ...... he Kel Home Rev A D Brokaw pastor mum R. Wllhams, East sors, Aoolpll ~eison ot t of the Congregational Church, of- tion Service office also made the trip. The Lorenzens were very fine representatives for the local county and the home community of Arlington ca.n be very proud of these fine farm people. C Use Times Classified Ads effective, economical. had a cow that gave lds of' milk and 715 Gerrit Kosters, Sno- one that gave 16000 milk and 610 pqunds of Arnold Z. Smith, Agent. - Phone 1344 CLEANERS for World's lowest price 3-D camera kit, using 127 film. TO OPERATE Reyolutionary id* results. Camera--flash attachment, get You must see it to appreciate it. viewer and gad- See It at ARLINGTON ficiating. Cremation followed at View Crest Abbey, Everett. 0 HILLTOP 4-H ELECTS LIV STORWICK PRESIDENT The Hilltop 4-H Club held their first meeting of the year on Nov. 12, 1953, at the home of Janiel and Betty Lynn Ratekin. The meeting was called to order b~ our former president, Irene Wahl. The 4-H pledge was given. We M~ave two new members, Donna artin and Marie Storwiek. We had election of officers. They are as follows: Pres., Liv Storwick vice-pres., Janiel Rat.kin; sec.; Arlene Nysether; treas., Irene Wahl; reporter, Margaret Nyse- ther; program committee. Martha Gruwell and Arlyn Erickson; rec- reation committee, Betty Lynn Ratekin and Margit btorwick, and flag bearers, Donna Martin and Marie Storwick. The meeting was adjourned and we watched T.V. A deliciou.~ lunch was served by Mrs. Rate- kin.---Margaret Nysether, repor- ter. O MARIE JACOBS ATTENDS W. W. C. E. Bellingham, Nov. 16. Although Marie Jacobs of Arlington is reg. istered at Western Washington College of Education in Belling- ham, she attended class in Seat- tle last week. Western's class in Home Fur- nishings, with Miss Dorothy Ramsland, instructor, spent Fri- day, November 13, in Seattle visiting stores and shops special- izing in home furnishings. o CARD OF THANKS The recent bereavement which has visited our home has brought to us a great appreciation of our friends. Such kindness a n d neighborly thoughtfulness can never be forgotten.---The Claude Dezotell Family. Funeral Services For David Dezotell A large concourse of friends and relatives gathered at theI Moll Funeral Home on SaturdayI afternoon at 1 o'clock NovemberI 14th to pay their last respects tel David Arthur Dezotell, who diedl as a result of a logging accidentl on Tuesday, Nov. 10. Many school and classmates of the young man were in at- tendance. Relatives who came here from Minnesota to attend the final rites were: David's grandmother, Mrs. Marie Dezo- tell; his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. M. Berglund; an aunt, Mrs. Mervin Chrisman, and an uncle Chester Dezotell; also his broth- ers Harold of Long Beach, A.F.B., Calif., Jerry, of Keesler A.F.B., Miss., and half brother, Harry Case, and wife, of Minneapolis. The service was conducted by Rev. E. B. Seymour, pastor of the Free Methodist church, with the hymns "Old Rugged Cross" and "In the Garden," by Mrs. Olive Rod. Interment was in Arlington cemetery, pallbearers being: Lyle Lindquist, John Dennis, Lyle Ny- seth,r, Bill Kline, Jim Coming, Marvin Taylor. o Home is the respect of love of joy, of peace, and plenty where supporting and supported, pol- ished friends and dearest rel- atives mingle into bliss.--Thom. son. Every house" where love abides and friendship is a guest is surely home, and home, sweet home; for there the heart can rest.--Henry VanDyke. o SELL IT--If you have any article of furniture not in use, try a Times elassified ad. GEMS OF THOUGHT It receive more. ---Mary Bakes THANKSGIVING / Eddy. Sin~ unto the Lord w"]th'/ Every new discovery must nee- thanksgiving; sing praise upon[essarily raise in us a fresh sense the harp unto our God. psalms/of the greatness, wisdom, and 147:7. t i)ower of God.-- Jonathan Ed- * * I wards. 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