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AS HAPPY AS A SCHOOL-BOY
That's the way they all feel when Mother
brines some of our good home-made Sausage
on the table. It has the fine flavor, and it is
made right in our own sanitary shop.
PALACE MEAT MARKET
ERNEST DEAN, Prop.
We aiv pay" l *? l,v highest
r.AU.ULIto. market prices lor EGGS,
POl LTRY, VEAL, and PORK at our Lyn
den station. Payments are made in cash.
Call us if you have anything to sell
PHONE MAIN 9(5 3rd & Front Sts.
The member? of the P. T. A.
and the Y. P. c. tie planning on
giving a basket social. o;i Wed
nesday evening, Apr. IP. at the
schorl heiise. A program l.t ho*
ing planned. The funds will go
towaid the' pu-ohas« of a piano.
Ka; mand end Charles Ba.'f »1M
rre employed on the Carlisle
Packing Co. farm on Lur.iui. is
.dr. and Mrs. Joe Cramer, Rita
nnd Kenneth Cramer spent Fri
day in BelUcgnam.
Among those who were enter
tained at the James Bailey resi
dence. Tuesday evening were ?Ir.
and .Mrs. Will Blowers and son
Joe Cramer has purchased a
new Mitchell roadster.
Mrs. Qeorge. Hav-man. wul sojnj
Alfred of Northwood and Mrs.
Gilbert Blankenforth and son
Howard visited with ~. . Arie
Redder Thursday afternoTi. I
Mr. and Mrs. Gcorg. Hitman
celebrated their 4 nth Wedding
anniversary Sun'lay. A very
pleasant day was spent by the
following: Mr. and Mrs. Berg
Reed and baby, of Bellingham.
Mra, Johanna Hively of Anacortes
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Oltmon jr.,
Miss Cora Oilman, and the host
and hostess. The oceaiofl was
also Mrs. Berg P.eed's birthday
Mr. and Mr. Rlchbaugll and
daughter Lottie of Lynden spent
M'.nday afternoon with Mr, and
Andrew Boer Inge*.
Mrs. Sarai Scotf agent from
Saturday to sum la/ with Mra.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rlank"n-j
forth returned Friday from Lis
Angeles aff;r spending the Win*
te,- there. i
Mr. and Mr*, John Bajeina
spent Saturday evening with Ml
and Mrs. Ar>? Radder.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Rooringer
were Sunday dinner guests a*
the Andrew Boeringer home.
Arie and Cornelius Radder are
working at the Kgg Association
plant In Lynden this week.
Mr. and Mis. Klzie Tremain
and children, Mr. and Mrs. El
mer Lund and Il*tle son and Mrs.
J. W. Tremain were Sunday even
ing dinner guests at the Roy A.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Meenk
and children, Mr. John Colon
brander and daughter Dona went
back to Lynden after ataying at
the J. Meenk residence for th<:
past tew weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Blower and
sou Alvah were entertained at
the James Bailey home Friday
Mrs.' Sarah Scott returned to
Bellitigham Sunday She was eo
companled by Mr. and Mre, win
BlOWOra and son Alvah, Mica Dor
la Bailey and Chas Bailey.
The young people of tins com
muitity CbarlVaried Mr. and Mrs.
lien oilman Tuesday evening,
Mrs. George Oltrnati Is staying
at the John Kroontjo place for
a few Weeks curing for Mrs.
Kroontje and baby.
Mrs. Arie Redder and child
ren Clyde, Harold and lien., cal
led at the John KroOßtje home
James Moiiicul of Hellinghani
is spending his spring vacation
this week with his grand-father
Mr. Jacob Meenk,
Mr. Joe Blenbaaa is drawn to
*»* -on tio' May jury ~t Bellingham
Messrs. Bert Tioost anil dm/
< ailed at the C. M. Huiman re -
Idence Monday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Oerrit Noteboom
and family of Riverside were en
tertained at the Leonard Lena
sen home Sunday evening.
About 30 of the young people
of this vicinity cbaiivaried Mr.
and Mrs. John De Bruin Friday
evening. Cigars were passed and
with the money he gave them
candy, oranges and peanuts were
bought, and later in the evening
a very enjoyable time was spent
at the school house,
were Sunday evening guests at
the Arie Redder home.
Mr. and Mrs. Luke De Koster
and baby and Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Troost and little son Kenneth
Mrs. Johanna Hively who is
teaching at Anacortes spent the
week-end with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. George Oilman.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur lifer
and children, Messrs. Cecil t'rfer
and Wright Courtney were din-'
i ncr guests at the J. R. Courtney
Miss Hilda Elder and Mr. Will
N'otebooin were Sunday evening
' Lenssen home.
Mr. Will Blowers called at the
Fred Rose home Wednesday
Mrs. -Sarah Scott of BeJllngham
called at the Fred Hose home |
Alvah Blowers has been on the
! sick list.
Mrs. Winifred Rose called on!
Mrs. C. M. Huisman Thursday
Mrs. Stanley Robinson spent
Wednesday afternoon with her
daughter, Mrs. Fred Rose.
Mrs. Winifred Rose visited
with Mrs. Will Blowers Thurs
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Meenk
and little son were entertained
at the Cornelius Huisman home
Mr. Wright Courtney who is
working near the B. C. line spent
, tho week-end with his father,
Mr. J. R. Courtney.
Mra. Bert Bostwlck and son
Lovel visited Sunday afternoon
at the S. D. Walston home.
.Mis. Paul Bailey spent Tue,:
day at the James Bailey home.
Mra. Sarah Scott of South Bel
lingham was entertained at the
Will Blowers residence from Wed
nesday until Thursday.
Mr. Ben Oltman sr. is still Buf
fering with rheumatism.
The V. I. C. presented $14.20
toward the piano fund.
Mr. and Mrs. K. Radder, Jean-j
< ite and Peter Radder visited at
tin' Leonard Radder home at
.Northwood Monday evening.
Mrs. Hen Oltman spent Friday
afternoon with her mother. Mis
Roy A. Mntcbler.
Ah and Mrs. John Kroontje
are the proud parents of a baby
boy born Thursday April <;.
Mr. and Mrs. Foster Dean Ofl
Seattle, Mra. O. P, Dean of Bel
lingham, Mr. and Mrs. Gogle ofl
Seattle, MiSS Doris Bailey and
Mr Alvah Blowers were guests
at the .1 It. Courtney home Sun
Mr. and Mih Leonard LfWSSM
and sons Theodore and Cornelius
attended the birthday celebration
Friday evening, of Mrs LoUSSBU'I
Father, Mr Cornelias Noteboom
Word has been received from
La More Cal . Iliat Mih. George
Neevil Is improving rapidly. She
will be able In go home from tin
Mr. and Mrs George KnittlS
and miii (lien, Mr. and Mih. licit
Bostwlck and koii Lovel autoed
in Bellingham Saturday.
DELTA and SUNSHINE
Mr. and Mrs, J. K. Helgath
and Thelrna Hpent last Sunday al
Hi" W. 11. Ja< kinan home.
Miss Xvi lyn Vender Vm lit who
la employed i>y the government
at Seattle Is expected home the 1
latter part of the week to spend
Mr. and Mrs. Axel Olson or
V'nneoiiver H. ('. were guests at'
the B. Markstrom home Saturday
evening and Sunday. On Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Markstrom enter
tained also Ilev. and Mrs. An-i
drew Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Pre-1
dolph Brteran and family, Loyd
THE LYNDEN* TRIBUNE, LYN.DEN, THURSDAY, APRIL IS, 1922
Hl<; POULTRY MEETING AT
HIGH SCHOOL TONIGHT
I .Many poultry men ol the Lyn
detl district are expected to gath
er at the high school this evening.
ItO hear a talk hy \V. L). Buehaitrl
!an. poultry export oi the Suite
College on "Feeding ami Manage*
meat of pullete tor egg produc
tion." Mr. Buchanan in co-op
eration with County Agent H. 11. j
Carroll have been holding a series ;
lot poultry meeting! throughout
the county this week.
YeateroU) three meetings were
held. Hue at K. \V. Hair's farm.
ane at Gaylor'a egg farm, and j
one at Ferndale liigh school, i
This morning at 10 o'clock]
i the first meeting of the duy was I
I held at Charles linhoff's farm,!
At I:t0 this afternoon Mr. Buch-1
laaen spoke at h N. Llnts'i tarm. I
near the BaXOB school At 8
i>. m. tins evening the meeting
Will bo held in the l.yudeu high
»\ \ V I'm STOCKHOLDERS
TO MEET SATURDAY
There will be si meeting of the
stockholders ol the Lynden Can
ning Co., ni i o'clock Saturday,
April IS. ah itoekholderi ami
any otheri interetted are urged
Mis. Paul Oriesel and child
ren of Seat lie. spent the week-end
in Lynden at the home of Mrs.
Qrieeel'S sister. Mrs. Harold
K. A. Kampen left Tuesday for
Great Falls. Montana, where he
will look alter fanning interests.
Mr. and Mrs. James A liaon
port and BOH George of Belling
ham were visitors at the J. P.
Lawrence home Friday.
Mrs. Nettie Wright and daugh
ter Aver 111, of Seattle were guests
at the home of Mrs. Wright's
sister. Mrs. Annie Porter, several
days last week.
Miss Julia Gutknecht of Lyr
den spent the weeTc-end at th<
home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Mrs. A. H. Booter has sold he
farm at Ten -Mile district and la
moving this week to the farm
formerly occupied by Frank Els
ner, near the Everson-Ooshen
Mis:; Edna Lawrence arrived
Saturday from Seattle to spend a
week's vacation with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. I*. Lawrence
Miss Arta Lawrence, who teaches
!in Bellingham is also enjoying
a vacation this week.
I Forest Grove Base ball team
came out ViCtorlUß in a game
played with Ten Mile on the Ten
, Mile grounds Friday afternoon.
An arithmetic match was held
the same day in which Tea Mild
was tho winner.
Henry TJonlker of Eversor,
•am mug," "At. "i'ln' ivfrsr Charles
Mrs. Leu Ticknor and daughter
Mrs. cieo Uiughinan of Belllnrt
'ham and little Beverly Anna
| F*ttughmani ifcrO' luncheon gueate,
[ihurxday at the home of Mra. K.
Mrs. Amy i.. Prouty and child
ren Clinton and Lucille of Bol*
liugham, spent Sunday at the
i homo of .Mrs. Annie Porter,
j Mr. and MM. Walter Crab tree
I and soil were guests Sunday af-
' Predeen and William Normad,
all of Bellingham.
.Mrs. Ouk Lindgren of Boiling
ham hjihht Thursday with hor
slater, Mrs. John Axling, tho oc
casion being Mrs. Axling's birth
Edgar ami Fldon Olson are
expecting their sister, Miss Ellen
Olson from Seattle this week.
She will visit with them a few
The Busy Bee Society met
Thursday with Mis. J. I". Fro
Mrs. C. Brlcson was a pleasing
hostesa When she entertained for
Mr. and Mis. X. I. Olson and
family of Lawrence Sunday.
A meeting was held at Delta
Friday evening to organize the
school board. Theodore Weld
kamp was selected chairman of
the board. Mr. 11. Vander Mey i
and .Mr. J. Axling constitute tin'
Mr. and Mrs. Will Meurcr, Vir
ginia ami Jack Meurer, Donald
Campbell ami Paul Helgath spent |
Saturday evening at the home of!
Mr. and Mrs. w. ii. Jackman. I
The faro Well party given fori
Rev. ami Mrs, a. Johnson Sunday
afternoon at the Baptist church
was very well attended. A spten-l
did program was rendered after
which a dainty luncheon was
served. It is with regret as a I
community thai we see Rev. and
Mrs. Johnson leave. They have
lived here the past six years and
are held high in the esteem of
Mr mid Mrs. C. Krohn, Mr.
ami Mrs. Herman Keller and fam
ily spent Sunday with Mth. o. ,
Mrs, Cudney has returned to
the Ohmart borne as their house'
Miss Nellie Filter and Milton
Weldkamp i pen) Wednesday ev
ening at the E3, Markstrom home,
Mrs. .lake livkeman, Florence
and Johnnie Dykeman wen- cal
lers at the Herman Vander Mey
Mr. ami Mra. Bernard Weld
kamp spent Sunday al the Robert
Little Mason Kuchenreuther
whs hurt quite severely on Tues
day when he fell from B wagon'
on which Was S large log. One!
of his arms was broken, the other
one sprained and he wan also
scratched about the taoe.
Mr. and Mrs. Marry Rinehart
spent the week-end al the home
of Mrs. Rinehart'a mother, Mrs.;
The Misses I.utile Kuchenreu
ther and Joyce Most wick (penl
the week.•ml with Miss BlrdiS
Cole of Ferndale. i
Mr. M. \V. Roby of Sedro Wool
ley came up Wednesday to attend
the funeral of his friend Captain
Mrs. Minnie Leach has gone
to Oregon to make an extended
visit With her two daughters. Mrs.
Ed Clark and Mrs. Orvile Parks,
and their families of Nehalem,
Mr. and Mrs. James Phillips of
South Bellingham were house
guests at the Oliver Wolf home
from Monday until Thursday.
About twenty members of the
He-of-Serviee Home Economics
club enjoyed the day at the home
of Mrs. Jack Mc C ready when
she aud Mrs. Wood entertained
the Club Thursday April 6.
Miss Ethel Walsh has returned
from a weeks visit with her
grand parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Parka at Bumaa.
Mr. Curl and Will Dorr and
Mr. James Mc Cormick are each
erecting fine new chicken houses
on their ranches.
COCAINE SMUGGLER CAUGHT
CROSSING CANADIAN LINE
Caught by the United States
custom! border patrol, with sev
en iron ounce! of cocaine, worth
|3,000 at street prices, when he
attempted to cross the Canadian
| boundary four miles northwest
of Lynden last Sunday night.
Joe Nelson was taken to Seattle
[Thursday morning by A. M. Smith
deputy Unite 1 States mvflhn.ll.
; flu is held in the King Cour.ty
jail, awaiting action of the fea
oral grand Jury
NEWS OF LYNDEN
The i tu.ly Club had its regular
I mecCnf at the home of Mrs. B.
V. Hon t< A dnesday afternoon.
j A te/l« v t 'ie life of Henry
| Vai Dke waa given by Mrs.
D. 1 " / verson and readings from
! Henry '.'an Dyke were given by
Mrs. B. Hdson. Mrs. R. L. Averill
j (rave a review on John Burroughs
■ bile ren dings from him were
•\ n by Mrs. D. H. Smith. Little
[| i Evel'ii Mowbray very pret
,iy plafcd Beethoven'i Minuet
fim ng Lboae from Lynden who
rttcni d t'..o meeting of the Reb-
J k; lis In Bellingham Wednesday
II retting wort the Meedamea H.
Shr-gre.-i, A. H. Frasier, W. S.
Ba'dwln, Tom Nelson, A. E. Rus-
CO, A:iius Young, M. A. Hickey.
G. Bit dwell, John Anderson, and
IMi i Esta Hiekey, Mr. C. B. Bay
; and Mr. Henry Shagren.
i The oldest son of Mr. and Mrs.
i Fred Stremler who has been ill
for the past week with inflama
j tory rheumatism is improving.
Mrs. E. Zweegman received
the rongratulaiions of her child
ren on her 73rd birthday anni
versary April 10.
' Rev. and Mrs. Baker and the
.Misses Ruth and Beatrice Handy
i Several of the young people
of the Baptist church autoed to
Bellingham Wednesday to hear
EvangeJist Swift, at the Baptist
church. - ■ "*• *'. -
I Mrs. A. J. Weeks, from the
Bwe Karen school at Toungoo,
India, arrived at the home of
j her mother, Mrs. Scrimger, on
A reception will be held at the
church parlors next Tuesday af
ternoon at 2 o'clock to welcome
Mrs. A. J. Weeks, who returned
this week from Burma where
she went as a missionary about
I two and a half years ago. A good
[ program has been prepared and
j refreshments will be served.
I f)n Tuesday Mason Kuchenreu
ther fell under the wheel of a
j wagon breaking his arm.
The Baptist .Sunday school ses
sion will be held at 10 o'clock,
I when after a short study of the
regular lesson a specially pre
j pared Easter program will be
| carried through by the children;
also the special Easter offering
will be made. All parents come
i with the children and all stran
j gers are welcome.
The regular preaching service
at the Baptist church Sunday
evening at S o'clock will be in
correspondence with the Easter
season. The Pastor will conduct
the services and will speak on:
"Jesus; Calvary, Easter and Us." j
The church will be beautifully
decorated. One of the features
will be three illuminated crosses
representing Calvary. Everyone is
welcome. Come in the Easter
spirit and bring your bibles.
The weekly class in study of
I In' Itise of the Early Christian
Church will meet hereafter on
.Monday evening at 8 o'clock in
stead nf Tuesday.
'I lie Sunday School of the M. E.
church will give their Easter Pro
gram alter the regular Sunday
School session next Sunday morn
ing. The regular session begins
at in o'clock and the program at
1 I o'clock.
In the evening the Epworlh
League will have an Easter les
son on the subject, "Making
Cbriat our Quest" beginning at
7 p. in.
Al 8 o'clock the Choir, under
the direction of Miss Alma Nel
son, will render a sacred cantata
"Mary of Bethany" The solo
parts will he taken by Miss
Mertha Bostwlck, Mrs. Elzie Tre
main and Maurice Waddilove,
with Mrs. J. 11. Knapp as pianist.
Mrs. O. N. Parley and Mrs.
O. A. Sand delightfully enter
tained Wednesday evening the
members of the Amphictyon club
and their husbands, at the home
of Mrs. Farley. Invited guests
were Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Serrur
ier, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Knapp.
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Lewis, Mr.
and Mrs. G. M. Edson, Mr. and j
Mrs. N. Boerbave, Mr. and Mrs.
J. Zylstra. and Mr. and Mrs. C.
O. Borgeson and Mr. and Mrs.
F. G. Parley, of Bellingham. The
rooms were beautifully decorated
With daffodils. At the close of the'
evening spent with five-hundred,
a dainty luncheon was served.
AMERICAN LEGION SEEKg
NAMES OK VETERANS
Tho American Legion has
started this week on a house to
house canvass throughout the
town of Lynden and surrounding
district in" order to take a com
plete census of every ex-service
man and woman.
During the month every nook
and corner in the United States
will be covered by the Legion
Census takers and great aid will
be rendered to the er-service men
who have back pay claims against
the government, disability cases
und all such unfinished business
which the men have not been able
Commander Jack Elliot has
definately apportioned tho dis
trict and a thorough census will
be taken. Ralph Baldwin is
"squad leader" of the town de
tail. It Is expected that every
service man will be readied.
NEWS OF LYNDEN
Miss Lulu Erickson, of Anacor
tes spent the week-end at the
C. G. Lund homo.
Miss Gladys Stauffer. who re
turned last week from St. Jo
sephs hospital In Bellingham is
able to be out again after quite
a long illness.
Mrs. B. A. Moore and son of
Medford. Ore., are visiting at the
home of Mrs. Moore's mother.
Mrs. G. Birdwell.
Mrs. Minnie Leach left Satur
day for Nehalem, Ore., where she
will visit at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. Ed Clarke.
Mr. aud Mrs. Harry Holtrop
are the parents of a baby girl
born April 4.
Albert Harlander was a Sunday
dinner guest at the Ed Thomas
Mr. Chas. Hansard of Belling
ham is the guest this week at
the home of his sister, Mrs. M.
Mrs. Howard Worthen is ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Osgoodsby
visited in Blame Sunday.
Mrs. J. M. Thomas and child
ren from Van Zandt spent Thurs
day with Mrs. Agnes Hinckley.
Mrs. Fred Bylsma is ill.
Mrs. M. O'Brien, Mr. Wm. Han
' sard. Viva O'Brien and Lucy Det
wiler were Bellingham visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Nymeyer
[ have nothing to do except attend
, birthday parties. Monday nfter
i noon they helped Mr. Nymeyer's
j father, Mr. R. B. Nymeyer, cele
brate his birthday at his home in
Delta. Monday evening was spent
!at the Leonard Radder home in
\ honor of Mr. Radder's birthday,
j Tuesday the Nymeyer family and
! Mr. aiid Mrs. Leonard Radder
i spent the evening as guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Emery Tennant. it
| Eronss mr. s oirtlHiay.
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Kiddel and
i children were Sunday guests of
i Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kelly of
| Mrs. C. B. White of Lynden
was an all-day guest of Mrs. M.
O'Brien Thursday. ■ ■
Mr. J. O. Bussard of Lynden
, laid the brick for the Dutch oven
iin the brooder house George Gus
tin is erecting on his ranch.
Mr. George Mundell and son
jAI are working for E. A. Knittle
i and George Gustin this week.
I Mr. S. H. Lucas has sold his
place on the Blalne-Sumai road.
S. Starkenburg, who has been oc
cupying the house will move soon
to his own ranch where he is
building a house.
Miss Dorothy Bradley was the
guest Wednesday and Thursday,
of Miss Blanche Smith of Bell
Clyde Doyle spent Sunday with
his mother, Mrs. F. E. Stewart.
Helen Jacobs, who has been ab
sent from school three weeks on
account of illness returned to
the fifth grade Monday.
Helen Merchant is ill and ah-
sent from school.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren William
son and two sons. Harold and
Bernith were Sunday guests of
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Kirkpatrick
Peter Price of North Dakota
has joined his father at their
new home recently purchased
from J. M. Thomas. The other
members of the family will ar
rive in about a week.
Marian Thomas is ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Crabtroe
and little son Edgar Leslie of
Forest Grove were Sunday guests
of Mrs. Agnes Hinckley.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hradle\
visited Mr. and Mrs. Ralph OS
Mrs. m. O'Brien delightfully en
tertained Friday evening in honor
of the birthday of her daughter.
Vlvia. The following guests join
ed in the merry-making, Mrs. c,
B. White of Lynden, Edith and
Marian Thomas, Freda Arbiickle.
.Mildred Harvey. Pearl and Ger
trttde Brown. Emma nud I.eona
Mundell, Christine Caza. Virgin
la Uipperdu, Lucy Detwiler. Les
lie, Clarence and Lewis White,
William Bipperda. Barry and Cc
cil Meyer, Glen aud Fred Arhuck
le, Tom Hartshorn and Ralph
Mr. Gerrit Otter of Tracy. Mia
nesota, whoh as been visiting his
brother John titter, has now gone
to the home of his brother, lien
ry Otter, in Delta.
Mrs. Peter Kragt visited Mrs.
Fred Bylsma, Thursday.
Ardith Cassils of South Helling
ham. is spending the spring vena
tion with Helen Man-hunt.
Miss Hilda Top is driving from
her home at Roeder to school this
Anna. Edwin. Lauren. and
Stanley Hamilton returned to
school Tuesday, after several
weeks' absence due to small DOS
Miss Grace Ilrown, v senior in
the Whatcom high school, is
spending her spring vacation at
the home of her parents. Mr and
Mrs C. U. Brown.
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and a chemical student from the
Normal School. After making
the experiment testing various
baking powders I never use any
except the Royal." Mrs. J. P.
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SUCCESS BUSINESS SCHOOL
Exchange Building Bellingham, Wash.
i tv'rnoon at the home of Mrs.
Agnes Hinckley, ol North wool.
I lie Ten Mile '1 .nrnship bo;; d
met last Thur day with the Law
! rence twonshlp officials, tor the
purpose of opening up a road
along th 3 township line l* join
v. Ith the M'•■•e-i'i road at the in
tersection west of Central.
The childro 1 1 of Forest Grove
ilvve show i a great deal of in
terest in the essays on "The
, Harmful Effect of Tobacco." and
according to the teacher, Miss
Bertha Merchant, the essays
handed ill are all prize winners.
i She awarded a twenty-five cent
local prize for the best essay in
each grade. The pupils who re
ceived, l.he local prizes are. Orville
"Hainford. 3rd irade;'AddieHßuclfi
ert. 4th grade: Marie Dahl. nth
grade; and the sixth grade prize
essay was a tie between I.aura
Johnson and Marguerite Shell:
Morton Lawrence. 7th grade.
, The prize essays were forwarded
Ito Mrs. Mnnn where they will
be entered in the County contest
for which the \V. C. T. V. awards ,
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ticknor were'
dinner guests Tuesday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Mr. and Mrs. A. Caldsine of
Bellingham were Sunday guests
at the home of Mr. and Mrs
.1. IV Lawrence.
Edward Quckert, who attends
Whatcom High school in Bel
lingham, is spending vacation
at the home of his parents. Mr
and Mrs. Hurry QttCkert.
Tin- Book and Thimble club
met Thursday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Harry Seidell. The
i lass in dressmaking was begun
under the direction of Mrs. Sei
dell and a good deal was accom
plished. Several interesting books
on dreaamaking and millinery
have been purchased, which will
be used for reference and study
by the club members. The next
meeting will also be hold at the
1 Gertrude DyUiua is absent
from school I his week M account
|of being nick
I Vorgio Clarke upon! tho wook-
I and wtiii home tolas
I Mrs Helen Hums vletted \\ it It
her daughtet Mrs Qeorge Jacob
son Monday afternoon,
Monday evnntni Mr :>tiii Mis
Oarrtl Van Wyhe were guests
of Mr. and Mrs Qlen Walker of
Mr. and Mrs 1' V Nelson diil
buatneaa In Bellingham PVldaj
Mr. C. K. ll.ii in>s of Lyndon
spent last week with ins daugh
tor. Mrs Qarrtl Van Wyhe
The Achievement elab will bold
a meeting after school Pridaj
Mra Garret Van Wyhe agent
Tueedaj with Mrs ,i De Jong
Mr an,l Mrs »■ i; Axling
Bellingham visitors Batarday, Mr
\\iing attending s telephone
meeting and Mrs Aaltng \isit\nn
i with Mrs Oltman
Mr and Mrs .lolin tjiinst had
as their guest lenda; evening,
Mr and Mra Joan Roaata
Mr and lira .1 Barteldi and
Mrs Qarret D* Ore ft netted Mr
and Mrs Leal la Vail at Bootli'i
Harrj Bartelda la working in
Tho What so over* mot with
Mrs t j Netaoa Mtea Jackaaaa
mill Miss Renefleld wore gneati
a datat] tancbeon was served
rba aeat neat lag «iii be with
Mra j Bartelda, April so.
Leaves No Bitter Taste
NEWS OF LYNDEN
Henry Klynatra who has bei
seriously ill for some time is im
Mr. C. Gorzrman is away on
business to Boyden, lowa.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Kroontje arc
the parents of a baby boy
Bick Haveman had his tl tiTF
badly crushed while working at
Dandy's shop last week.
Mrs. J. W. Heutink who ha
been ill for some time is improv
A rose of old Italy transplanted
Ito American soil; there to bloom
, and flame, love and hate. In the
intense old-world manner.
"Winners of the West"
and a corking comedy
I'AMOI S EDUCATED
s.-. tiu< bag parade at noon.
I Tha first ,-nd only super western
.picture over screened \ big 7
i roel uncial.
ALBO A COMEDY
"Paying Patient" (
Shrine of tho Silent Art '