The Lynden Pioneer Museum is proud to announce its collaboration

with the Military Historical Association

We will be providing lectures and bulletines about military vehicle history

To learn more click the link below.

Military Historical Association Lecture Series

Lynden Pioneer Museum
Lynden Pioneer MuseumApril 29th, 2016 at 7:45pm
April 27, 1916
LOCAL DELEGATES NAMED BY PARTIES - A. H. Frasier, A. E. Rusco, P. M. Serrurior, W. H. Waples, and Frank Knapp were elected delegates from the city of Lynden to the Republican convention in Bellingham Saturday at 2 p. m.B. W. Loring, S. H. Bradley, and A. M. Riddle were named delegates to the Democratic State Convention at North Yakima May 2 by the county convention in Blaine Saturday.
COUNCIL DECIDES NOT TO RAISE WATER RATES – Sprinkling rates won't be raised this season, according to a decision made by the City Council Friday night. An ordinance to revise the tolls was laid on the table indefinitely.
CREAMERY BIDS ON BIG ORDER FOR U. S. - The Lynden Creamery Co. was within a half cent this week of the lowest bidder on 181,600 pounds of butter for the Alaskan Engineering Commission.
RAILROAD TO RUN DAILY BERRY TRAIN – The fine red berries of the Lynden district will arrive at the market this season just twenty-four hours earlier than last year, according to arrangements completed this week with therailroad. An engine will be sent up to Lynden each night to bring down the car of berries loaded that evening in time to catch the Owl train that leaves Bellingham about 3 a. m.
HOLLAND CHORAL SOCIETY PLANS SPLENDID CONCERT – A program that will be varied enough to suit all hearers will be given Thursday evening May 4, by the Lynden Holland Choral Society at the Christian Reformed Church.
GLEE CLUB OPERETTA PLEASES BIG AUDIENCE - A pleased audience enjoyed a trip to the land of “make believe” Thursday night at Jamieson's Opera House, when the Girl's Glee Club presented their operetta “The GoldenSlipper,” and the primary classes sang the story of “The Five Knights.”W. H. Waples and L. C. Wright were nearly shipwrecked Saturday night. They left Bellingham Friday night on the Whatcom, expecting to wake up in Seattle.
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Lynden Pioneer Museum
Lynden Pioneer MuseumApril 27th, 2016 at 4:51pm
Here are the dinner crew from our Trenches to Poppies Fundraiser.
A big THANK YOU to the gang from VFW post 9301 and the Auxilliary!
Dan and Bonnie Lagerway
Carol Whittey
Dawn Thompson
Jim Neyens
Luke Rose

These guys served up an incredible dinner!
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Lynden Pioneer Museum
Lynden Pioneer MuseumApril 26th, 2016 at 5:06pm
We would like to thank the following committee members for putting together the WWI fundraiser last Saturday!

Mark Nelson
Anna Williams
David Gann
Elizabeth and Lonnie Rose
Jerrie Luginbill
Michelle Spencer
Peg Riley

They did a fabulous job!
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Lynden Pioneer Museum
Lynden Pioneer MuseumApril 25th, 2016 at 6:18pm
Its that time of year again! Fresh Strawberries that support your history!
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Lynden Pioneer Museum
Lynden Pioneer MuseumApril 21st, 2016 at 3:17pm
April 13, 1916

PARTIES TO HOLD COUNTY MEETINGS – Political parties in Whatcom County are planning their conventions to name delegates to the state meetings next month.

MISS CINDERELA IS COMING TO LYNDEN – Cinderella is coming to Lynden Thursday night, Apr. 20 when the Girls' Glee Club of the high school presents the pretty operetta “The Golden Slipper” by Anthony Schindler.

BERRY MEN MAY JOIN PUYALLUP IN MARKETING – If the express company can arrange to transport cars of Lynden berries to Bellingham the same night they are filled, it is altogether likely that local growers will combine with the Paulhamus interests in marketing fresh berries this season.

DISCUSS RAISING SPRINKLING RATES – A proposal to raise the water rents during the sprinkling season is under consideration by the city council, and will be taken up at the next meeting, April 21.

That a trunk road from Lynden to Custer will be constructed by the county this season, is not unlikely. The county commissioners are considering the matter now.

The Lynden hog weighing 717 pounds sold by E. E. Wolfe to George Waples, proved the largest that had gone through the Seattle stock-yards in recent years, and attracted considerable attention.

The Japanese have many quaint customs. Among the strangest of these is their marriage ceremony. The young people of the Methodist Missionary society will give the people of Lynden an opportunity to see this ceremony performed just as it is in Japan, on Tuesday evening, April 18.

How Henry Haveman, proprietor of the Progressive Auto Co., has managed to obtain a magic can that pours out oil in a thick stream and never needs refilling, is puzzling local citizens this week. Haveman has the can on display in his windows.

The Lynden Wholesale Egg Co. has moved to its new quarters in the Miller building. The company occupies a fine large store-room, and is equipped to handle eggs, poultry, produce and meats.

Lynden's lumber mills simply couldn't be any busier. Roo and Van Leeuwen have orders for 20 carloads, and asked the railroad for 17 cars this week.

Lynden's Dollar Week which closed Saturday proved a fine success. The stores all did a generous business the concluding day and buyers and merchants were mutually benefited by the week.

Lynden has a cartoonist of no small ability in P. Van Dalen. The young man can turn out work that has nothing of the amateur about it, and which would do credit to the big humorous magazines.
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