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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON. WASItINGTON, THURSDAY, NOV. 26, 1953. PAGE Committee Advises Smaller Turkey Crop that retail prices to consumers are "reasonable.' The committee also recom- mended last March that more de- tailed statistical information be "Dust Or Destiny" At Bethel Mission The Turkey Industry Advis-made available to the industry Church Saty., Dec. 5 Anne Meugniot ory Committee, meeting at the U. for them to use as a guide in Phone 1526 S Department of Agriculture .~/annln~ i,,m,~t ........ ti,~,,~ a m,wi.,, nloturo called "Dust ~~ Nov. 14 and 15, was informed by ~'he coSmmi'ttee~'Jexpre~sse"d'"'i'ts Or'[)e"st"in~:,% ~.'i'li be shown at the .r'epresemanves oI me l~auonal pleasure that in response to this Eethcl Mission Church on Satur- ER Mr. and Mrs. James Walker Turkey Federation that a survey ..... ~,,.o... ~ PALM i recommendation the USDA has da Dec 5 at 8 p m Thm Is ~.~a~ ~, ~.. STARand family accompanied Mr. and of official turkey testing agen- be,~un issuin~ a re.)o-~ on the sa~ to be a fine ~icture shown AT EASTERN . . ; " ' r in-, *" , ~" ~ " ~ " ~ ' ~-TH ANNIVERSARY . Mrs. Richard Walker of Port An c,es mdmates that breede's ~number of breeder hens le,~tet m color and with sound, and de- st Matrons and Past gems ~rmay, Vlsmng w Kn me~r tend to Keep z per cem Iewerieach month picts the wonders of growth and were honored at the aunt and uncle, Mr..ann Mr~ ~. heavy breed hens and 29 peri "This report is excellent' the reproduction of marine life, Star meeting Wednesday P. Schmidtland#amal~YeOnd~t~e c~nt moO~e/tlgin~t b~ee~ur~eTsS ITr~committee states, "ahd tide US plants and insects, a2diSlsuUs , Nov. 18. Addenda were[urday " g . Y . ': P . IDA staff is to be complimented able for children a 1 l L.C. Grange Carnival anu program, 1954. On a comoined basis, the l .... no ~a ~. ~.,4 ~ I . for domg a fine ob The com g~ownups There will be ............ "*'~" zl er' " ] - ". had been asked to re- returning home Sunday evenlng~ .crease would amount to P i mittee is also pleased with the charge for the picture, but a free- r lleir resnective groups.] About 75 motners. (lass and ........ cent. statistical program which is to be ,/ill offering w, ill be taken. The s t-he eve o% the Palmers'I children attended the Congrega- On November 9 the Depart- ' inaugurated soon by the USDA picture will last about 40 .in- . . ndltlonal' Sun(my scnool Famuy ~o- :[ ment issue(] a report on me ac-,giving _the ....................... number of ?,rhrov mo~ nm] evcrvone, is invited ~eddlng anniversary, a[ ........... ~ * re r hens o ~ clal hour held at the church Sun : ual number of b ede euu set a d D 1 ed on dav ornin~, Nov 29 e to " : : ...... . . s n ou ts hatch ...... On Sun m ~. .re greatly surprls d ....... :: " I ~ : - . tt tho rmrtv was also in day evenmg. They enjoyed games ~. ~: ~: : ~ tested which showed that tnrougn a monthly basis, at the regular church services of nor-']:)u~r-in~, their adden-[and refreshments. Mrs. Dara War- October, 1 percent fewer neavy] "Our analysis of the market the Bethel Mission Church, Mr. Palmer w~s ~iven love-[ren the superintendent of the ~:~ breed hens and 86 percent morelsituation has been helped by the and Mrs. Duane Johnson Mts- anth ..... s a~d then re.[Sunday school, hopes to have flight breed hens had ben tested lnew turkey-breeder tested re- sionaries to Marikibo, Venezula, m~a'~ro~riatevv ~ ~,~ift from[these occasions every month ....... ~ ........ than durmg' the sam.e period" .a ports ~ssued" by the Department will give a talk on their life in * bter enval Matron Dord Week-end guests of Mr. and year ago. On a combmed basra, tin October and November, as]Venezuela. They will also wear ~i of'ti~e',~maranth Court]Mrs. Ed. Aimli were Mrs. All- [the increase was 21 percent. ]well as by the National TurkeyltiIe native clothing and everyone :ett M~n nresented the[li's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar ~%~ I Considering these and other lFederation survey of intentions[is invited. Sunday school begins a ~i~'~'~n,~ the Everett[Johnson of Everett [related facts presented at thelto keep breeders." [at 10:15 and church at 11:30. ...... "-" aaCi,,] .son mr:ill .i : i :~. " 'mart ,mrta" y t~r, z .......... s,,, ~ 493 fro----- "---'---------'--[. iedMr yN as'M v reg an?: laydiDnal r/a JwNhtnhnKy~sPn%n: ca2m~l nt~ ~ Ad~llswrYngmmnltc~ee / i[ , - ~ /1 aug two lovely solos, o ' .... ] ~!!!!i iii ~lha~ded';}ilh ~iii~;~ ' II ~ 11 -~ - P ~-" , ening Mr and N Ira Knudson and 15 ercent more oults than were/ll ~:., ,,,~t~'.,x~! !l He dining room was u~c- " " " ' n : ............. ........... : P P ' ~aTT~nokn~c~:lnt?fi~e}:! ~~; ]]::!:~eh~a!:19::lnc:ea?ree22y 7eght. ,= b,,,.='~-.- ~x~....~,.,,,,,.... Matron,lbro ' . . . " .... .... led and intended" to be tested,ill ~k, ~l~.~pIr~~~)'~-.~ ~l]~ [[ a~e ~i.~, ~ [am The bmldmg was filled for MERCEDEAN OLSON daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Olson Icould result in a light breed tar-l[[ 4~-{~'~ ~).~~~~.~'~: [I _* I the program, n Mount Vernon, whose engagement, to Mr. William. Bagley Jr. of key crop as nluch, as 45 to 50. per[ l[ ~,.,. ~...~.~.~ ~, ~i ~~~.J/'~ . , ,Mrs. E.. C.. Leach retur. _ed Arlington, has been announced. M~ss Olson ~s a graduate of Mount Icent larger than m 1953. It mdi-|[[ ~,'~:['~*'~'/~tMt"~[~~~]~ 'U ~ 'M*ss~na'rY sW2[ko ~nrs ~ r ~wau,=,~o ...... nome. rnday, after a week m ho: Vernon Pigh, and is now employed in a secretarial position in that ]cates also, a spring crop of fry-][] ,~:~,~,r/,~~, ,~/~~~ [[ ~.Y_. :" ". : ....... ,~lqmam w~th her daughter and city Mr Bagley is the son of Mr and Mrs: William Bagley, 133 l er..roaster turkeys which may be|ll ~l!illi~2"'/ _ ~ #11_ F~_~[~ [|~1~. II iu~l~h~g2~i2; ~aset n~e~.lfamily, the Jack Arthauds.Cox'A*~e" Arlington. A late wmter'weddmg ,s planned, f:offniCpUltcJ~Seel~sat cost of produc-[[[ , '~Tg_ff~/ '~~/ ~.il ][ evening She spoke on the~ ..... ,,,, ,, i~ [I", . .m , " ' "' ,- . 'J~" / ~ , The committee expressed con ! Elsie ~'erris, a retur' edlH'ghwaYrma Dept. Mary Louise ~oper, froresters |O cern over the" -otential increa elH // # [[ ary who serve~ in AI , , [ . . . P - Some of.the letters. .isslBuilds Parks Bnde-to-Be Honored tMeet m Seattle l~7oth%:~Zes?~-th~ed195th4a[UrkreY/[[ ( k/e" ~ ~~Jl [1 ~u written to the mission . , P gg . P " '~" ~ t,d~ : ~ New York from her mis- " in and maintain road- iss Mary Lou,se Soper who1 Seattle Wash NoV 20--(Sale [ducers sell some of their breed-~][k k ,~-=~,v~:~,~': ~.~~ ][ Build g g . - . , .-- . . - ' ] !lll ~\ will motorist can drive off tea at the Ball resiclenee, nonor" ~ " " " ~ ' " " 11 ~rations The bazaar is to are many roadside turnout areas ho .Y . ned bv Col W D Gre~v, former ~ needs bv 7 percent The favor : 0:30 and luncheon twhere the ....... ]chief forester US Fatest Servme, table turkey price-feed ratio forlU \/ Ii e ' n " and eat These in miss ~o er A singing tea- ' " " .-' ~--'---~-- - d by the guild at noo . the highway . g~ ~ P ~ _ . [wlll accent that theme Ten farm 1953 may not, therefore, be re-[[[ ' [[ ** ]aren't as elaborate as the ma]or ~cett{e c)ever.~y a~%aa~:% cei~e~;tforestry specialists ,;from the]peated in 1954. ]l[ [[ s Ter e arks but the do serve to ive ed me teataole g : at the Thomas , J "[p Y g" ..... .... tDouglas fir, redwood.~d westernl Last March, the Turkey Indus-Ill DISTINGUISHED II ne son s ar an motorists a breathln s ell the Drlae [o De from me guests ~ ~ ] are Mr. Terje P - m y " " g P "." . .... ":.pine regions and British Colum-,try Advisory Committee recom-[[[ ,,-, --,. T ., ,. [1 tr Ter e I crowded da on the hi h They spent an enjoyable aiter .... and Mrs. Neils j - on a Y "g " . ..... "]bia will discuss tla4~: how of ! mended that producers raise l2 to [ [[ ~/~,(~f~,~,(~ m, wr, arwns [[ 'endleton, Ore. Additiionallways of Washington. . . noon VlSK.mg an~.eacn one wrote[raising junior sawlo~'; 115 percent fewer turkeys this[l] .......... o ............ [[ -~xpeeted for Thanksgiving] The two engineers in the uana- a good wren zor ner zuture.. [ "Little forests are ~ortant in[year than in 1952, in order to]][ Indications of your own good taste--the correct- [[ brother and sister-in-law, / scape Division of the Highway[ On Monday afternoon nlgn]the naq,m's e,'on~Some 4 ibring about a desirable balance[It , . , ..... . , . II :~' Mrs Olaf Terjeson of Department:also direct the work school friends of the oriae:m-oejo~ ~,~,____~:_k~,~j,_::~oX:lbetween supply and demand atl|l nest ann smarmets or mwtanons primed m your II , , " at the """, .... wner~ co ~uou~ ,.,oi - - d, and Mrs Terleson s of lantmg a cover crop on cuts]honored her with a party .] .... . ._ I prices favorable to "roducersand[[1 -J-- P " f Mrs E E Lindbor or mmlon acres o~ m~t:.~nu v~ose v v~um , Mr and Mrs. John Coan and fills which would erode .to home o " " " g laver " ....... than-00lattractive to consumers This[II " II geport Wash the highway if they weren't sta-iMarysville. They presented her] age szze ls~les~ ~ ' 1--]reeommendationwaswidei- --ub;[[[ ............... [[ rer'~ ' "ertalned" - tne- ' bnlzea" ....... "me lant snruos an~Cl i wim .... stainless steel flatware form acres in tne western ~tates smau~ ~ P "Ill "I"F(OMF'I ~12,1~VILI~ ]| jeson ent " [ " " Y P , I , /owners control 21 753~ acres of]licized. The crop being produced]l! II of th esle an Service flowers around major nignway her new Home. ' "~:- in 1953 is i e W Y .... ~ . potentially valuable ,timberland. , n terms of pounds , H at their November meet-facilities and they plant ~.rass The wedd.mg will take.place a~/The tr~,~ ~... +,,mnrrow re-uired produced, approximately 12 per][[ , [[ ~t aries hrubs on median strips sep the Methodmt t:nuren ~rlaay ev ....... ", Tuesday. Mrs. Ch I and s " " o. "1 ' . .......... "[by tawz~q~il~'on~ nuln mills can[cent below the crop of 1952. It[ [[ ~s program chairman for arating opposing lanes otfhte~fzine.lening, ~c~2v. lZe,a~e%w~cntt~nT'a~dwill come fro~r, those acres [ The committee stated at thel[[ nr~-- . ~. .-- ~ * .. -- ~ [[ n!ng, led the pledging s.er- Their wollk often br!ngs .... ub" ~:oUng_. ~'iTiacoom in Tacoma How more management can be November14 and 15 meeting,that[It " -ll][e z%rllnfiton E'rlntln bO. tl which the group made tne lto contact wire private anu p -Inome at i " l annli,~,~ t., +h,~o,~ cm~:|l hnlrlin~rslaS a result oi tne producers ac-i. ~=~ . ~iglerif !h:~e~;~~!~i THY~S:~V:{L:U?o wr~ll~:stdfl~C:7~cdl!d::: ::;;:~v ~n:e~rVei~agiiTii~:P/~'l! ARL,N~,ON. WASH q y~' 4 H met Nov f M~ 1~11 ~...~lz~ .x,{|| h~vel .... t~,,n~r along a highway rightl~ ~+ ,~.,~ ~u ..... ~ohnal . ileaders who will appear on the,~%'~ .....~.~-~.~,~'~ , : ....... ~'~'~-'~'~"~'~'~---'~ o r t " in I P ogram ,elude R. . McArdle, .. nd part at the Decembe ~of way. . . . [ Jackm Madson Peter nenn g,,-hie ........ tes F ,. [~" amm~ ~, aim m~* ~ t ~: Mrs. NeilsTerjeson andt The Landscape Division of the]and Joe Box, were voted in astt:io, I'w~2:the~.t~a r)cre~s~,~er~].~. UU~ ~L~ '~ j I -narles Templeton were j,.Department~ of HigHways acts tOjnew members. ]Woozle~,.dire~'t'or."Burea~ o[Landt~ I .. I sa~et ann conve- Jll2crease the Y I Larry Larson, the president, ap-I ...... ' _Z ........Ig IIITE~ Til% I ~ u ~ 7 _.~4~.~ f~J. ! orin ublic management washington, u t~; .imumlmr.l, mu Pre-sehool and Kinder-']nience of the mot g P [pointed Bob Madson Eugene El-] ..... ' ....... ~:" J~. [ .. ~ ~'~ ~'~',~ ' ~f~, J De " ' t reduce maintenance ' ~ A lvlacaonam, unector l~or- gree of Honor Juvenilesiand acts o . efson, and LeRoy Larson on the s'r " - "e artme - ' " ~ "~ [ ~ ~ ~ ([ "* ~'~ "~H'u/~ [ et at the Arnie Wangsmo costs by eliminating eroslon..on program committee and DonJeo~ee~ran~ln'DevP~onri~en~ L~tae']]~ ~our P]~s for [ ) "h [ ~n room Saturday after-l expensive highway cuts a n.a rlus.lKlien' Wesley Rosenbach and[..._ r, ....... x,r ge;~.Z'~ ...... ~[!$ I (/_-. "~-~ 1 I. ~N~.-,,~-- I ,, " f Wasnln ton ~a, ball~tU~L) J[7. 1. &% IUII~=:IU~'IIUI, ov. 28, for their Thanks-[ As four-lanmg o g I Gerald Brekhus on the recreatlonl ~,., ......... C.ates Urea.,. .... [~.. -- . I W ' s and ~.,~, UllltUt~ ~Dt ~v tll~l DIA IHiehway system increase Ionrnrnlttoo I ., :. 11/uum uonvenlenee i f.-.,/ v, -- [ " ~ -- ' ................ K r " a ~ rows stud Fred reau,and E. W. Tin e , American (, Mrs. Palmer were hon-las our travel g , . .. [ It was announced that the 4-HI ............ Associa~, ...... [~ _. I ~/ fxh~ . !~-~ I a b r Red.on chairman oz me ~at,~. anu rmv ~,u. ~, 5ho now rom l eautiful family dinne G. , " ........ [Achievement Day dinner will be[ York ..... ' [~" p [ hese [ k( /f'['ffigt~i~li i~ "-.~ [ ~. ~viT2u~dawY~e~ia~gby l~ighw~yC:n~u~e~l%r~, @tl~la~n~.[h#d:t, tBi~Ya:2dh~ll~n ~o~ 2~aleJwi?OVg;nYor Arthurf rBe. Langlie/t many suggestions: ] ~~~"f~"~*~"~)~--~/~,= /'7"_ [ , " " " r w " . "11 welcome the o sters Two were ~,resent. scape Division will grow." will be held on the Marysvllle/ ................ serv---- ....[~" ...... [ ~ V ~-~-"~ , )~/~"-" ', / ~ ~ [ Oectttll2 lIlt~II Will v2 C,~ p~XIIel llanIsome ltOu " ~~ fair grounds onNov. 28. ..... [moderators. Chairman C. S. Cow-It Slacks gh l~laer ....... The nex~ meenng wm De nela]an, Washington Forest Fire Assn.' .~ ............ [ ~,,~~ ~ // ~ ] 1 ~ t% l ~' "IrA i A C' ~ D E. I'-' I A I ~" 14.ec.~. . . .. ]w!ll head the discu.ssion dealingl~ ~omr;mrmsoywemmy I -.~ '"".~-_~xt ,_U/i ~ !/ ,7, I ..~ -- / me tree gro e. e tmsmesslm ....... I ~ // _..4 ~ -- ~" 1' m I (For a Limited Times Only) . reporter. ~ /of Forestry nanel will be led hv]l~ ~tynsn ~noes ' I ~. ~ ~--~./~-"/ % ~ " I .! o--------------- , ~ ~- ': .-~ by Florsheim .... , . ....... /O. Harry Schrader, Jr., Unlted[~ I .--~'--~~ -~'--~/ ~'~ ' ~ . I | A/i" IN -//--- - \ U.G. N Iblve [States Plywood Corp. [~.Complete Selection of I / _ \ I . [ i I~. Be utiful Sport Shirts I / -- I.....\ Iil ~. ~ ~.~~]~ elmlMllmmmm~'i"l~;;l [Jrml T,~#-,~|,, ~ ~ ~ tCHES-KA.MAY CAMP FIRE I~ S--rt Co~ts and "acke~ I ~ /.,e-~ _ ~J~. ~ ~L]k| ",,41 ~/ \ I .,=, . I mnn-i i lUillllllllI , We met at the home of our as I$ A m lJ l n ll- Chairman Robert Leach, ofthe]sistant guardian, Mrs. Warren'~. HickokBelts&Iewelty I /Dont \ I| :'.~ '~. ,,,~U~.l~- ~ -- United Good Neighbor Fund]Thursday Nov. 19,1the president',i~ Pa'--~-- ~"--~-- I ~ / -. \ I II i1~ _lAt~O_ 7m ,~ Drive, reports that with the addi-]Sandra Marsh, called the meeting l~ ...~.""'. " .~-.ln--~.o I ~" -~ / _~_ F'~A ~,~ alt~r~T \ ~ I .~ ~l~l,w t,~ll[ ~;" ,, u t tion of some donations not givenIto order. We made, ribbon ties. ] ~ ~tetson llaul I " ~ [ ~ t..,~r~ uct ~ ~ I ~:~ .,,,]~" ~~..~_~...~ - in the last report, the collections]Mrs. Warren served cup cakes.---]~ TimelSuit~ i i ...v --., w i [*6. '~ ~ and pledges for the Arlington dis- [ Scribe, Cathie Despres. I~ .......... I ~ [ ~ -- JI. I I i~[ ~~/-4~'~d4__~.,~ trict total $4,040.36. A o e -] "----------o .; I~ I I" J, ~--~. I I ~. f'~:~~ ~~'. , ,. x',~ - tailed, wfinalk report will be given[ RUBBER STAMPS I Sl~rl Jc~cke~ [~lm~~~ "'~ ~., next e e. I Arlington Ptg. Co., Phone 493 1 ,--,,, ,,,,..., ..... I , ~// I " .lll li$ Co, u, Suit, b S=.n / \ __. ml&lill lJ / I I \\ Illi,:..%. ~ II Our I~:lividu.l "1 -