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VOL. XV.
ASKS WAR VETERANS
TO JOTN LEGION
K. J. Elliott. Lynden Commander,
Tells Ex-Service Men Why
Thej Are Needed
The Lynden Tost of the Am- 1
erican Legion wants every ex
service man in the district listed ;
on its membership rolls.
E. J. Elliott, commander of the
Lynden Post, this week issued
the following statement to the
ex-service men of this section: i
"The preamble of the Ameri
can Lesion's constitution states
that it is dedicated to God and !
Country. The Legion, during Ira |
career of only three years, has j
demonstrated that it is the best !
insurance policy the Nation has I
BW"Our post appeals to all el- i
JLble ex-service men in this coni-
Vnur.ity to join the Legion and
to aid our fight for American
ism. The blue and gold button
of the American Legion marks its j
wearer as one who has not i
thrown away his patriotism with
the uniform. It means that he
has not 'passed the buck' to
someone else to see that the
sick and disabled buddies get
justice and to fullfill all those ;
things that he desired to result j
from the war.
"Every man in the service j
hoped for better things after the '
war. More than two million
doughboys, gobs and gyrene- re
alised that it was going to be a
fight to bring to pass all the
things that they dreamed of. The i
result oi this prevailing senti- I
ment was the formation of the
American Legion.
"Legion members are from cv- ;
cry branch in the service, from
those who were forced to remain
at home to men who won the
congressional medal at Chateau-
Thierry and In the Aigoune. It !
includes all rank! from private
to general.
"Our Legion post can be the j
most beneficial organization In
this community. Its purposes
are high; its ideals are untar-
Bitted. It deserves your sju- j
port and the membership of cv- j
cry war Veteran. Join the Lyn
den post of the American Legion
and make it the best post in the
State.
E. J. ELLIOTT.
Commander Lynden Post"
•RA"E IN COMMUNITY LEAGUE
PROVES PULL Ol THRILLS
The race in the Community
League is getting closer with
each game played.
Wednesday night the White
Sox defeated the Cubs 7 to 5 in
a fast S-inning game. Batteries
•were: Cubs —ei'olfe and Daniels;
White Sox —Dean and Gale.
Friday evening the Giants and
Dodgers Will play.
Last Friday evening the White
Sox team was neatly trimmed 12
to 2 by the fast Giant team.
Batteries were: Giants —Court-
ney and Whited; White Sox —
Hatley a;nd Gaie.
MRS. HILDA AXLCND AND
MR. tlTTtl ASI'LIND WKD
Word has been received of the
marriage of Mrs. H.ida Axlund.
formerly of this place, but recent
ly of Portland, to Mr. Otto Asp
liind of Bellingham. They will
reside in Bellingham.
Everest Mu-n Stipei I tee* Here
Miss Esther Suthor. daughter
of T. A. Sather. the new Lynden
photographer, paid her lather
a flying visit the middle of last
week. Miss Father, who is super
visor of IBttSiC in the public
schools of Everett, went home
to Yakima on her vacation. She
juas favorably impressed with
jf i'^den.
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Here from Lot Angeles
Mrs. N. J. Frick, of Los An
geles arrived in Lynden Thurs
day to visit a few days at the
home of her brother-in-law. G.
W. Frick
Attend G. A. K. Convention
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Palmer
are attending the annual conven
tion of the Grand Army and the
W. R C. at Aberdeen, as repre
sentatives of the Lynden chap
ters.
Toadies Millinery Work Here
An interesting meeting of the
Home Economics club was held
Wednesday afternoon at the G.
A. R- Hall. Mrs Tuttle of Wood
lyn was present and gave in
structions in millinery work.
Former Teacher in Lynden
Miss Nina Hansen of Ferndale
formerly a teacher in the Lyn
den schools is the guest of Miss
Pearl Nessen this week
Returns To Seattle
Mr* Elizabeth Van Dyken who
has went the past week with her
parents returned to her WOT* »
Seattle.
Attend Summer Normal
Miss Emma Zylstra and Miss
Joan Van Dyken who are attend
ing ' the summer session at tne
-Mellingham Normal, spent Hi
at born- .
MatOT to Whidhy Island
•Mr and Mrs. John Helder and
son Willis. Mr. Dick Helder. end
the Misses Helen Holder and Jo
hanna Breen autoed toWMdDJ
Island and hack on Thursday.
OtTB B-DOWKET MODEL IS
RAMBLING RIGHT ALONG
I'ntroubled by punctures or
engine trouble. Cyrus Smith
with his two-burro convey
ance is rambling right along
towards California.
Smith set out from Lynden
June h. Wednesday of last
week, he was In Seattle, and
Sunday morning. C. O. Bech
tel and Reuben Axlund saw
him south of Tacoma.
Smith expected to make 100
miles a week. He is not us
a nickle's worth of gasoline
on the trip!
SELL TICKETS FOR
BIG CHAUTAUQUA
Season Admissions Now on Sale;
Program Contains Many Fine
Features
Tickets are now on sale with
Lynden's ill guarantors for the
big seven-day Chautauqua July
10 to 10. Season tickets may be
obtained from any of the guar
antors, or from any of the Lyn
den stores.
Notables indeed are in the mu
sic list for the we?k. Perhaps of
greatest importance comes the
Gilvan Opera Company, a com
pany of five sterling artists, in
two splendid programs on the
last day. They will give costumed
operatic selections and in the
evening present Gilbert and Sul
livan's masterpiece, "Ruddygore".
Then on the fourth day comes
the Oceanic Quintet, five talented
and attractive young ladies, who
have entertained audiences in
many climes and under five flags
A real artist group is listed for
the second day—The Steams
H llekson Trio. The personnel—
Vera Steams, violinist; Ethel
Steams, violoncellist; Mina Hel
lekson. pianist. All artists of ex
ceptional musicianship, individ
uality and personality.
Perhaps the most original and
thoroughly enjoyable programs
of the week will be found in the
two appearances of the Patton
Brothers on the third day. Three
taVented brothers make up this
trio and their programs have not
one dull moment. Last, but not
least —except in size—come the
Watteau Duo. two dainty, dimin
utive maids, in a delightful mus
ical entertainment on the fifth
afternoon.
The famous comedy success,
"Cappy Ricks", will be presented
OB the fifth night by the Percival
Vivian Players with a splendid
cast of New York players. The
play is a dramatization of the
well-known "Cappy Ricks" stories
which were read by millions in
the Saturday Evening Post. An
other stellar entertainment fea
tures in th' j appearance on the
sixth day of Eleetra Piatt, com
medieniie. Queen of Entertainers
and Vernon atone, aho is equally
at home with the banjo, violin
axophone or one string fiddle.
Paul Fleming, master magician
will entertain Chautauquans on
the opening night in a program
which will be remembered and
discussed long, long after the
tent has moved on. The growth
of the Orange Tree. The Hindoo
Gong, Spirit Materialization and
Mr Fleming's astonishing test
in Thought Transference will be
a few of the many thrills furnish
ed. Of course, it is all accom
plished by trickery, but by trick
ery of the most subtle type.
The lecture list is an unusually
strong one, including prominent
men. with big vital subjects to
discuss: Opie Read, in his quaint
philosophic way, will speak on
"Human Nature and Politics":
Norman Allen Imrie. "Working
Together for Billions"; Edna
Eugenia Lowe, a health lecturer
pointing out "Danger SignaU
on the Road to Health"; Dr. El
mer Lynn Williams, the "fighting
parson", of Chicago, in "The Big
Game", reciting many of his ex
periences in cleaning up the vice
and crime in Chicago's loop dis
trict and J C Herbsman, bril
liant Western lecturer, who has
just returned from a tour o:
j Australia and New Zealand, wil
I give his eloquent lecture, "Life'f
Balance Sheet."
Attends W. H. M. S. Conference
Mrs. Eva Thompson left Tues
: day to attend the annual confer
jence meeting of the Woman's
Home Missionary Society which
iis being held this week at Ever-
! e,t - .
Michigan People Visit Here
Mrs. Gerrit Hoekesma and two
children from Grand Rapids.
Michigan, arrived Saturday in
Lynden to spend a few weeks
at the home of Mrs. Hoeksema s
parents. Mr and Mrs. G. Rutgers
Rev. G. Hoeksema may join them
later.
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Here From Bremerton
Mrs. Ned Anderson of Bremer
ton attended the funeral services
for her cousin. N. Haveman last
week and is spending a lev days
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Haveman.
Mr August Matter and John
Bos of Everett are visiting rel
atives and friends in Lynden.
Mr. John Stedman has had his
house wired for electricity.
LYNDEN, WASH 1 *'GTON, THURSDAY, JUNE 22. 1922
LYNDEN DAIRYMEN
TO ATTEND PICNIC
Local Farmers To Go By Hun
dreds to Annual Out big at
Cornwall Park
Hundreds of Lynden dairymen
are planning to attend the big
annual picnic of the Whatcom
County Dairymen's Association at
Cornwall Park Saturday.
A bond drawing of about $7.-
--000, the largest in the history' of
the organization, will be a feature
of the picnic.
Speakers will include J. W.
Berry of Vancouver, B. C, pres
-1 ident of the Fraser Valley Dairy
men's Association; J. A. Scollard.
president of the United Dairy As
sociation; V. M. Dickey of Se
attle, president of the Consol
idated Dairy Products Company;
iand Thomas B. Cole, secretary
|of the temporary organization of
i the Whatcom County Tax Limit
League.
LYNDEN BI LLS SHIPPED TO
SAN JUAN CO. DAIRYMEN
P. Meenderinck this week sold
to San Juan County dairymen
three young bulls, sired by St.
Mawes of Lynden, half-brother
of St. Mawes Lad's Day, holder
of the world's record for senior
yearlings of all breeds, with 829
"lbs.
The San Juan county agent
inaUfc the D ip to Lynden to select
the bulls.
JACK VAX WYHE TO IK>
AUTO REPAIR WORK HERE
Jack Van Wyhe has taken
over the repair department of
the Lynden Service Station.
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LESLIE WHITE PRESIDENT
OF EPWORTH LEAGUE
The annual business meeting
of the Epworth League of the
M. E. Church was held Friday
evening in the church parlors.
The following officers were
elected for the coming year:
President. Leslie White; first
.vice president, Lottie Richbaw;
second vice president. Lois Whit
ed; third vice president. Mertha
Bostwick; secretary and treas
urer, i.auren Bostwick.
After the business meeting, the
evening was spent with games
and music. A dainty lunch was
served at the close of the even
ing.
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STUDENTS RETURN HOME TO
SPEND VACATION MONTHS
Among the University students
I returning from Seattle this week
were Edward and Charles Le-
Cocq, Bradford Knapp, Miss Mil
dred Wapies. Elmer Swenson, a
student at Whitman College re
turned Saturday.
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Lynden Boys Home
Lester Landaal and Ralph
Kirkoatrick jirove from Seattle
Saturday to "spend the
,with their parents. Lester Lan
daal is working for Doyle & Mer
riam. an Architectural firm of
Seattle.
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Peter Brune Return*
Mr. Peter Brune who has been
in the Sanatorium at Denver has
returned to his home In Lynden.
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Celebrates 78th Birthday
Children and grand-children of
iMr. L. Bode gathered at his
home to help celebrate his 78th
: birthday anniversary.
Frank Shinn Here
Frank Shinn of Ashland. Ore
gon, is visiting at the S. T. Jack
man home.
£an«ali&slum of Xfcr Jartfir >ilfll onfc Ihr Cunfcrn fan
MISS ELSIE SWEET AST* 1 YKTiPK TIPPP A Tfi
MR. GEORGE MOTT MARRIED ur,rtAls
FERNDALE 6 TO 3
Word has been received In
Lynden of the marriage of Miss
Elsie Sweet, principal of the Lyn
den High School, to Mr. George
Mott.
The w-edding took place in San
Francisco on May 29.
FAST HORSES TO RUN
AT LYNDEN JULY 3-4 j
[fl|»ee4y Program Promised What- J
com County For Holidays: To 1
Permit Picnicking on Grounds
Whatcom County will have an ,
Independence Day attraction with .
merit enough to draw people
from all over this section of the
] Northwest, in the big Horse Rac
ing Meet, scheduled for July 3
and 4 at the Whatcom County ,
1 Fair Grounds at Lynden. j.
I The International Racing As
sociation will again be in charge
of the two-day program, and has .
signed up horses from the speed- .
: iest strings In this section of the 1
■rating world. Horses that will .
later be seen on the British Col- j
iumbia and Northwest circuits,
I will open their season at Lynden
A program of variety is plan
ned for both days, with some- ,
i thing of interest for the crowd '
! every minute. The Lynden track •
|is considered one of the fastest j.
on the Coust, and is now in splen
did shape for the holiday events. I
Special arrangements are he- ; ,
] ing made for the convenience of
those who want to come and pic -
nic in the shade of the on i.
the grounds.
ENTERTAIN AT EVENING
CARD PARTY ON TIESDAY
Mrs. Ernest Dean, Mrs. Harry
Fountain and Mrs. Ray Slade
were delightful hostesses at an
evening card party at the I. O.
O. F. Hall Tuesday.
Guests were the Messrs. and
Mesdames H. Slade. A. H. Fras
ier, M. H. King. F. E Knapp.
P. M. Serrurier, W. H. Wapies,
W. Hemmingway, H. Beernink.
F. Hawley. H. Fritz, W. T Rob
erts, J. W. Steams. M. Waddi
love, N. Boerhave, D. L. Beckes.
C. L. Craighead. H. Mock. G. W.
Hall. D. Mulder, B. V. Mounter,
F. L. Wood. A. E. Rusco. G. W.
Frick. O. A. Sand, J. D. Zylstra,
S. H. Lewis, C. B. Bay, D W.
Alverson, R. L. Averill, W. S.
Baldwin, G. M Edson, G. W.
Robertson. George Wapies.
Harry Mock won the gentle
man's first prize at cards, and
Mrs. James Zylstra the ladies'
prize. Consolation prizes wer
awarded to Mr. G. W. Frick and
Mrs. A E Rusco.
The hall was prettily decorated
with wild flowers and ferns;
and buttercups, daisies and wild
roses made beautiful centerpieces
on the luncheon tables at the
close of the evening.
Attend Oak Harbor Funeral
Rev. md Mrs. P. jonker.. -Mr
and Mrs Ed Erkes motored to
Oak Harbor Friday, where Rev.
Jonker preached the funeral ser
vices of Mr. J. Balda who was
burned to death when his home
caught fire there last week.
Talks on Java
Miss Johanna Pilon from Jaia.
Eiist India, gave an interesting
talk at the meeting of the Girl's
Society of the First Christian
Reformed church Friday evening.
Miss Pilon is a teacher in the
Government schools in Java.
Deliver New Chevrolet
The Lynden Motor Company
this week sold a new Chevrolet
roadster to C. J. Swank.
FOOD FOR THE STARVING
Local Team Shows Fine Form
In Contest; Game with Friday
Hurboi Cancelled
Baseball fans who went out ,
to the Fair Grounds last Sunday
to see Ferndale wallop the home
boys were greatly dissappointed.
and went home satisfied in their
own minds that Lynden has one
of the best all-round teams this
year it has had for many seasons.
The final score of the game
was Lynden 6, Ferndale 3, but
as neither pitcher seemed to be
working for strikeouts, the fans
were kept thrilled by long flies
to the outfields and sizzling
grounders to the infield.
The most notable feature of;
the game was the errorless work
of Hagen, Dean and Wolfe in ;
Lynden's outfield. They accepted
thirteen chances without an er
ror.
Lynden started scoring in the 1
first inning. E. Meurer led off
with a two bagger, stole second
snd scored on Dean's grounder.
Dean advanced to second when
they tried for Meurer at home,
end later scored on Yorkston's
clean two-bagger Y'orkston Bcor- j
ed on Wolfe's sacrifice grosuder.
Three more tallies were made
when Whited, Olson and E. Meur
er scored. In the seventh inning
Y'orkston got his third hit of the
day and reached home on Bee
man's smashing three-bagger, but j
was called out for not touching
third base.
E. Meurer and Y'orkston made
five of Lynden's eight hits, Meu
rer getting two two-baggers in
four tuats at bat and Y'orkston
a two-bagger and two singles in
four times up.
Ferndale was held scoreless I
until the sixth inning when M;>hr
tnan and Bennett each made a
taily. In the ninth inning Bent
ley scored, but would not have
except for an overthrow to home.
Following is the box score and i
summary for the same:
LYNDEN
AB R H PC) A E
E. Meurer 3b. 4 2 2 1 1 1
Dean cf 4 1 0 5 0 1;
Yorkston 2b . 4 1 3 3 2 0
Beeman lb 4 0 1 4 0 0
Wolfe rf 4 0 0 4 1 0
Bateman ss 4 0 0 2 2 2
Hagen If 4 0 1 4 0 0:
Wotted c 4 1 1 2 1 0
Olson p 3 1 0 2 3 2;
35 6 8 27 10 4
FERNDALE
AB R H PO A E
; Vickere ss 4 o o 1 s 1
Art Olson p._ 5 0 11 5 0
Mohrman c 4 1 2 3 0 0
: Hieker 3b 4 0 0 2 3 v
Bennett lb 3 1 1 10 0 1
Oxford If 4 0 0 1 0 0
Ferguson rf 4 0 1 4 0 0
Bentley 2b 4 1112 2
Swanson of 4 0 0 1 0 0
36 3 0 24 13 4
Summary—Earned runs, Lyn
:den 2; J*4mm~MM Beeman: two
[base hits Meurer 2, Yorkston;
first base on balls off Al Olson
1; left on bases Lynden 4, Fern
dale 6; wild pitches Art Olson;
first base on errors Lynden 1,
Ferndale 2: struck out by Al
Olson 2. by Art Olson 2; stolen
bases Hagen, Al Olson; sacrilce
hits, Vickers. Fmpire, Conklin:
Scorer. C. B. Bay.
Friday Harbor cancelled the
game at that place for next Sun
day, and at the present time no
game has yet been arranged for
, the Lynden team. Secretary
Slade is trying to schedule a
game with some Skagit county
team. The trip to Friday Harbor
will probably be made some time
■ next month.
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HOW'S THIS FOR RECORD
DASH TO SEATTLE?
If there are any "speed
cops" in our audience, will
( they kindly look the other
way?
Rube Axlund and Ollie
Bechtel. who have excellent
reputations for veracity, step
ped on 'er from Lynden to the
Washington Annex Hotel in
Seattle Saturday, a total of
' 129 miles, and made the trip
in 3 hours and 20 minutes!
They visited in Tacoma and
covered 394 miles in all, us- : '
ing 14 gallons of gasoline for , |
the trip, and one quart of oil. ,
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POULTRYMEN WILL
MAKE COUNTY TOUR
Lynden Men Will Join Trip To
Many Farms To Study Plans
of Management

Poultrymen of Lynden have
been invited to join a unique
tour of the county Friday, June
I 30, to study best methods for J
poultry farm management.
Members of the staff of the
Puyailup experiment station are'
expected to accompany the poul
trymen on the tour, which is be
i ing arranged by County Agent
H. B. Carroll, jr.
i The following is the schedule:
9:20 A. M. —Assemble at John
i Gill's farm. Northwest Diag
-1 onal road, one-half mile west
of city limits.
9:40 A. M. —Leave Gill's farm.
110:01 A. M. —Arrive at G. E.I
Van Horn's Poultry Farm, near
Marietta.
I 10:25 A M. —Leave Van Horn's
farm.
.10:00 A. M.— Arrive Caylor's
Poultry Farm, near County
Farm on Northwest Diagonal ;
Road.
j ll:0ti A. M. — Leave Caylor's
! farm.
Hl:15 A. M—Arrive B. S. Hil
lier's farm, near Laurel.
j 11:35 A. M—Leave Hillier's
farm.
I Noon at Hans Berthuson's
Grove, one mile north and one
mile west of Lynden. (Bring
basket lunches) Short pro
gram during noon hour.
j 1:50 P. M.—Arrive E. W. Bayes
i farm, west of Lynden on the
, Double Ditch Road.
j 2: 10 P. M.— Leave Bayes'. fsria.
2:25 P. M.—Arrive Harry Beer
nink farm, Vz mile north of
Lynden Branch Washington
Co-operative Egg and Poultry
| receiving station.
j2:45 P. M. — Leave Beernink's
farm.
;3:00 P. M. —Arrive Frank Haw
ley's farm, opposite Lynden
j Co-operative Berry Canning
factory.
3:20 P. M.—Leave Hawley's firm
3:40 P. M.—Arrive George Grif
fith farm, M> mile east of
Guide on Wiser Lake Road.
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; ARRIVES "FROM YAKIMA -;
TO MAKE HOME IN LYNDEN
Mr. H. Asslnk from Yakima
.has arrived m Lynden to make
j his home here.
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Eastern Siars To Entertain
All members of the Eastern
iStar and their families and in
vited friends are cordially wel
ii.mi at the Masonic Hall Thurs
day evening. June 2i». Cards will
be played and a luncheon will
lie served. An admission of 25
,-ents will be charged.
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Here From Missouri
Mr. and Mrs. David Pigg of
!Missouri are visiting at the home
uf Mr. Pigg's sister. Mrs. G Bird
well. Mr. Pigg is a business man
of many years experience, and
may decide to settle in the Lyn
den district.
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Motor to Vancouver
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Waited,
Mrs. Finnell. Miss Jeanette Fin- .
nell, Harold and Lois Whited
motored to Vancouver Wednes
day.
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Visiting- in East
Mrs E. A. Livingstone and
daughter Izena. are enjoying a
visit with relatives and friends
in the East.
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Motor to Wapato
Mr. and Mrs. George Taylor
returned Monday from a few
days visit in Wapato. They made
the trip by automobile.
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Hth Grade Diplomas Here
The eighth grade diplomas
have arrived, and may be had
iby calling at Mr Le Cocqs of
fice
In Charge at Cemetery
Henry Roubos is now in charge
;of the work at the Monumenta
j Cemetery, under the direction of
D. De Jong.
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Miss Ilenadom Here
Miss Theodoris Benadom. of ,
Ortfng. Washington, is visiting
at the Elzie Tremain home.
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Spend Week-End in Seattle
Miss Emma Bennett and Miss
Beulah Serrurier spent the week
end in Seattle, returning Monday
with Mrs. P. M. Serrurier. who
' was a delegate to the Eastern
I Star convention there. i
CREAMERY TO BUILD
DRAIN TO RIVER?
Dairy Association Gets Figures
on Plan for Running surplus
to Nooksack
Prompt steps are being taken
ay the directors of the Whatcom
County Dairymen's Association to
divert from Fislitrap Creek the
surplus whey and buttermilk flow
, which is proving objectionable.
Engineer Everett C. Lyle of
Bellingham consulted with the
directors Wednesday, and went
over the ground here with a view
to determining the feasibility of
carrying this surplus to the river,
ias is done at Ferndale and Ever
ison. This plan is generally fav
ored, and the city council has of
fered a free right of way for the
pipes, with a view to cooperating
with the dairy association direct
ors in meeting this problem.
During the warm weather, the
odor from Fishtrap Creek has
been very objectionable, and the
residents along the banks have
appealed vigorously for relief.
TRACK MEET IS FEATURE
OF KENSINGTON PICNIC
The Kensington Club held its
annual picnic Friday on the
property of Mrs. Ernest Jacobs
at Birch Bay. The members were
joined by their husbandt, at din
ner in the evening
A track meet was the feature
of the day. the members being
divided into two teams, headeU
by Mrs. B. V. Mounter and Mrs.
E. Edson. The teams chose theii
contestants for the various events
and Mrs Edson's squad was vic
torious by one point. The win
ners were:
Newspaper race—Mrs. W. H.
Wapies.
Dressing Clothespin—Miss Bes
sie Biehler.
Poetry—Mrs. M. H. King.
Drawing—Mrs. B. V. Mounter.
Whistling—Mrs. George Frick.
The day was closed with an
exciting spelling match, in which
the men also participated.
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THREE HUNDRED ATTEND
1. O. (». F. CON YEN TION HERE
Nearly three hundred Odd Fel
lows were gathered together at
the Lynden Hall on Saturday for
their semi-annual convention.
Representatives were present
from Bellingham. Fairhaven. Ev
erson, Blame, Sumas. Custer,
Acme, rMimlagi Orcas island and
Lynden.
Mtf. M. K. Staler, vice-presi
dent of the Rehekahs State As
sembly was also present.
The regular lodge meeting was
held during the early part of the
evening, and later a banquet was
served by the Rehekahs. The
committee in charge of the ban
quet was composed of Mrs. W. B.
Baldwin. Mrs. M. A. Hickey. Mrs.
H. Shagren, Mrs. Angus Young.
Mrs. Charles Davis and Mrs
George Palmer.
Several delightful musical sel
ections were given by Miss Rose
Br: vrc»8B! Mr ... Peterson, ol
Ferndale. during the BSBtjnet
hour.
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HELEN RAVToN. AUGUSTA
DE YRIES, ROBERT EOET WIN
The seventh silver medal con
test given by the W. C. T. I*, at
the High School Thursday even
ing. June IS, was very well at
tended and real interest was
shown. A large number of child
ren competed for the prize and
did well. Mrs. George Gustin.
of Northwood, made the present
ation speech.
Helen Ranton was the winner
of the Declamatory medal. Au
gusta De Vries of Piano, and
Robert Zoet of violin.
Much credit is due Mrs P. A
Clarke for the success of the con
tests, as she has been untiring
in her work as contest superin
tendent.
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Aiiiphietyon Club Enjoys Outing
The Amphictyon Club members
enjoyed an outing at Cottonwood
Beach Friday at the camp of
Mrs. McKay, mother of Mrs. Har
ry Mock. The club will meet on
Friday, June SO, with Mrs. Ern
est Dean.
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Drive Here From Idaho
Mr. and Mrs. J. Terpsma and
family of Grangeville. Idaho, ar
rived here by auto this week,
cud are visiting the Assink
homes Mrs Terpsma was for
merly Miss Dora Assink.
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< annin« Club To Meet
The Lynden Canning Club will
meet Friday. June 23 at the High
School at 2 P. M.
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Klnt.au a Club Entertained
The Klatawa club members
were delightfully entertained on
Friday evening at the home of
Miss Edith Jacohson.
o
Orlti' to Orting
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Brown and
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Philo left
Monday for a visit in Orting and
Tacoma.
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Telgenboff Family Moves
The Ed Telgenhoff family is
moving this week to the Abei
Brink home on North Alder St
o
A. Blankers He-Building Home
Mr. A Blankers is having his
house remodeled into a modern
home.
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