Lynden Pioneer Museum
Lynden Pioneer Museum updated their status.March 25, 2015 8:59 pm
March 25, 1915

BUSINESS GIRLS TO TAKE UP ATHLETICS – The business girls of Lynden took possession of the high school gymnasium Monday night, and spent an evening in athletic pursuits. They voted to make the class a weekly affair.

TO FINISH JOINT MARKETING PLAN – Lynden fruit growers will be represented at a meeting of berry men at Nooksack Friday when W. H. Paulhamus and H. S. Palmer, manager of the Puyallup Valley Fruit Growers Union will present the final plan for marketing the entire product of district jointly.

The new steel bridge to be thrown across the Nooksack river on the Guide Meridian will be built by the Weymouth Construction company of Seattle, to whom the county commissioners awarded the contract for that work last week.

A section of the Wiser Lake bridge at the Lynden end burned this morning.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Knapp received their new Studebaker Six this week.

On the evening of April 2nd at the new High School twenty-six Boy Scouts will render a program different from any other ever presented in Lynden. It will consist of athletic stunts, physical exercise chills and demonstrations of Scout work and play.

Each member of the Kensington Club agreed at the last meeting to donate $1 to help furnish the girls’ rest room at the high school.

The immigration department was kept busy around Lynden this week. Six men were deported across the line, and four Hindoos were caught at Maple Falls and sent back.

Charles Vanderyacht established a building record in Lynden last week. He completed a one-story residence on Fourth Street for L. Barton in less than a day. And the cost of construction did not run over $2.60.

Mrs. Williams acted as leader of the Chautauqua Club this week, and the topics discussed were “The First Great Law” and “Fear.”

Butter wrappers-printed or unprinted. At the Tribune office.
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Lynden Pioneer Museum
Lynden Pioneer Museum updated their status.March 25, 2015 7:15 pm
A great spring recipe from our White House Cookbook!

Orange Charlotte
One-third of a box of gelatine, one-third of a cupful of cold water, one-third of a cupful of boiling water and one cup of sugar, the juice of one lemon and one cupful of orange juice and pulp, a little grated orange peel and the whites of four eggs.
Soak the gelatine in cold water one hour. Pour the boiling water over the lemon and orange juice, cover it and let stand half an hour; the add the sugar, let it come to a boil on the fire, stir in the gelatine and when it is thoroughly dissolved, take from the fire.
When cool enough, eat into it the four beaten whites of eggs, turn into the mold and set in a cold place to stiffen, first placing pieces of sponge cake all around the mold.
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Lynden Pioneer Museum
Lynden Pioneer Museum updated their status.March 24, 2015 7:56 pm
Just picked up the old gravity feed gas pump from the Hawley service station that was at Main and 3rd.
Rusty, but complete. If there are any sandblasters that would like to help us restore it that would be great! The round glass top is in great, uncracked condition!
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Lynden Pioneer Museum
Lynden Pioneer Museum uploaded a new video.March 20, 2015 11:14 pm
TABLE TALK: If I said this program is a CUT above the rest, would that be a good hint as to what Troy, Joel and I have been up to???
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Lynden Pioneer Museum
Lynden Pioneer Museum updated their status.March 20, 2015 10:24 pm
Still have some great treasures to be found at our antiques and collectibles sale. Great vintage pinball machine, loom, jewelry, and much much more.

Last day is Saturday (tommorrow), opens at 9AM!

Come on by!
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