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August 24, 1939

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SNOHOMISH COUNTY FORUM Thursday, August 24, 1,939 IN G A Y J O N E S APPG t ]PERSON AND HIS ' ORCHESTRA LUNDEEN'S Saturday & Sunday August 26 & 27 MARINE VACANCJES )ccording to an announcecnent receiveGi here today from the Of- fice:" in Charge of the Murne Corps Recruiting Office, Room 433 Federal Office Building, Se- attle, Washirtgon, several vca- cics for the eniista'nent of qualif- ied young men in the United St- es Marine Cors. )p@licaat for enlistmeat must be of ,high physlcetl, mental and moral character, between the ages 18 and 28 years. If after care- ful examination, appltoants ae found qualified, hey Wll be erd ,tt- .ed and imxneditely transferred to San Deigo, California, for six to e,lgt weeks f prelhninary mil- itary training at the recruit dpot there. Following this training they may be assigne to duty at any one of a number of foreign shore stations perhaps in Hwaii, Guam, tfne Philippine I, alands, Cln, Cba or the Panama Canal Zone. On the other hand, many of these men will be assigned to duty with the Mar- ine Detachment al)oard a battle- shi0, heavy cruiser or aircraft car- rier of the United States Fleet. All young men wo are interest- ed in the lportunibies and ad- v.anages offered 'by an enlistanent with the Marines, should go to their local postmaster fer full de- tailed inorntion or communicate directly with the Officer in Charge lecruiting District of Seattle, at 'the aove address. o.-- SWIMMING PICNIC Mrs. . M. Johnson, Mrs. Manet LeDuc and children, Frank John- son, Sam human, Mr. and Mrs. George Bernethy and children and Mrs. Lily Engstrom all of PAver- side, and Mr. and Mrs. ltartin Le- Dtm of Granite, spent Sunday, as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Crook at Lake Stevens. The day was spent picnicking and swim- ming. Log Cabins House 32 Duke University Lawyers Log Cabin Quadrangle, on the edge of the 5,000-acre uke forest, Is the home of 32 students at the Duke university law school. The buildings are of log and concrete construction. There are four of the cabins, with a recreational hall in the center. Cabins are linked together by a covered walkway. Accommodations are at a premium, and those who live there are pleased with the atmosphere and advantages for study. Bowling a la Panda Is Easy Lots of Fun Mel-Mel's tenpin style Is a little unorthodox, but quite effec$ive. At Chicago's Brookfleld see she opened the siew bowling season with a neat toppling of four pins. Her follow-up--that determined stroll through the ms- ples-will get the rest of the pln, however. Huge Siphon to Help Irrigate California Valleys : ]hsy does Itns cranes lower Into/place a 42,-ton section of the siphon which crrJes All'Amerlcn camel water aou New river, 1 miles west of Calexioo, Calif. The bureau of reotumiJon, which is constructing 41II + + lOl:lhll+.llJiliflo .M I !Itrllll +|rl d. Cmlohlin +allm .of Illlherll+lllffOrlflll," II Imllding tbls stphon.-4mo of the principal eadncori fea of the 804nllo route. VISITING GRANDPARENTS Stuart and Alan Mushan are isiting their grandparents, Ir. and Mrs. Jck M, arshl.ain m Lake Stevens tis week. TONSIL 0 OEATI{N VePna Joyce Wood, ws taken be Everett, Monday morning, where he underwent a tonsil oper- ation. Beauty Spot ne o the most romantic laces on Treasure Island is the aciflc Area around the lagoons which ;reflect buildings and towers. None is more beauteons than the white Japanese Pa- vilion crowned by a rising pagoda trimmed in red and gold. GRANITE VISITOR Mrs. Carrie Iall of Everett is spending te week visiting in Granite. o HOUSE GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. Mey of Sea:tle are house guests this week of Mr. Mey's sister, Mrs. John Scott and Mr. Scott. ENJOY HIKE 2khe Girls 4--H Wildlife Conser- vation Club ked to Pinnacle Iake, on Attgust 9. The hike was enjoyed by all, with the exception of ,being very tired on the return home. A meeting of the Girls Wildlife Conservation Cltb was hed Rt the home of Ruth James, on Wednes- day, August 16. 'Ancient Indian Art at Fair Mollie, Papago Indian from Sells, Arizona, weaves a basket for the benefit of visitors to the Federal Buihling at the Golden Gate International Exposition on Treasure Island. Tte Fair's Indian ]Ex- hibit is the greatest ever asselnbled. The basket the yeung lady Is making will have a definite use in an Indian home and-it would' be an artistic contx'lbution in any home. Typical Scene at San Francisco Fair Thousands of visitors to the Golden Gate International Exposition pack Temple Compound where outstanding free attractions are offered in the shadows of the exotic Towers of the ]East. A number of name bands as well as outstanding artists of the entertainment world, are presented on the fcequently changed free programs. At extreme left is one of the beautiful murals of the Paclfla which mark the entrance to the Court of Flowers. Rising above the scene is one of the twin Towers of the East. Officials Find Victims of Careless Sportsmen Harry Armstrog, left, member of. th'e New Jersey board of fish and game Commissioners, together with Deputy Game Wtden M. M. Barriea Of Trenton, are shown a number of does and deer shot in eno day near lhMlhmll. N. J. All  these were killed iilegal/Y and abandoned in the woods hy hunters. L