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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 MuseumJuly 6, 2015 5:20 pm
July 1, 1915

ANNOUNCE EVENTS OF HOLLAND PICNIC - A patriotic celebration of unusual merit has been planned by the Holland people for Saturday, when exercises and games will be held at Hawleys Park during the day and at Jamieson’s Hall in the evening.

HELP! HELP! CRY BERRY GROWERS - Help!
That’s what the berry growers of the district need, and need badly, to save their crop. There is work in the district for hundreds of more pickers.

10,000 MILE TRIP FOR LYNDEN BUTTER - Lynden butter is now on its way to a market 10,000 miles distant, the farthest point that local creamery product has been shipped. Australia is the new market, and it is hinted that the butter may be reshipped to Europe for the use of the British army.

BIG STRING OF HORSES TO RACE - The largest string of fast horses that has ever been gathered at the Whatcom County Fair Grounds is now awaiting the starter’s signal for the splendid racing program prepared for Lynden’s Independence Day celebration July 3.

--AND SO THEY WERE MARRIED - With the “Rev.” Ivan Jamieson doing his best, and Bridegroom Courtney White looking entirely unconcerned and Bride Katherine Mounter amusing the audience, the Tom Thumb wedding proved an enjoyable ceremony at Jamieson’s Opera House Thursday night.

This is the time of the year that Lynden people who have experienced summers in the East and Middle West are mighty glad they’re in cool Whatcom County. Mrs. I. R. Eberly of Aurora, Ill., arrived last week to visit her sister, Mrs. C. L. Favor. She spent the 4th of July two years ago in her cellar on account of the sizzling Aurora sunshine.

The firm of Worthen & Satterthwaite, of Lynden, which secured the contract for graveling the Pacific Highway between Blaine and Custer, started work last week and are rushing the work with two shifts and a caterpillar traction engine and a train of heavy dump cars.

A suit against James Hannegan arising out of the Chinese riots of 1885 in Seattle and Tacoma was finally dismissed this week.

Following the celebration Saturday, a splendid dance has been arranged by the Volunteer Firemen at Hawley’s Hall. Heun’s 5-piece orchestra will play. A similar dance will be held Friday night.

The Lynden Post Office will be closed Saturday from 10 o’clock on, in order to give the force an opportunity to take part in the celebration. The carriers on the rural routes will not go out Saturday.

An old fashioned picnic without games or amusements will be held at the Ten Mile Grange Hall Saturday, July 3. A dance will be held in the evening.

The Charity Committee has an urgent call for boy’s clothing, ages six, eight and ten. Will those who can help to supply this need bring their donations to Miss Smith’s millinery store.

A. Benson was the Lynden representative present at the meeting of the Western Washington Holstein Breeder’s Association in Everett Thursday. The Association will hold a sale of Holsteins at the Snohomish County Fair Grounds September 15.

Did we at the time of our birth as a nation secure all the liberties we shall ever need? At the Methodist Church Sunday evening the talk topic will be “Some Liberties Not Secured July 4, 1776, and as Yet Not Attained.” Some of the economic and social problems of our country will be considered.

A record crowd attended the tenth anniversary sale Saturday of the Farmers Mercantile Company. This is the fifth sale that the company has held in its history.

Mrs. Mary L. Geffs will deliver as address Monday, July 5, at 8 p. m., at Socialist Hall on “The World Crisis and the Day After.” Mrs. Geffs has a reputation as a powerful speaker.

The library is now the proud owner of two rows of fine new book shelves. E. Edson not only presented the shelves to the library, but also assisted in tugging them through the door when the temperature was breaking the records of the season.
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Lynden Pioneer Museum
Lynden Pioneer MuseumJuly 5, 2015 2:31 am
Just 2 more hours to come and support history while celebrating heritage!

Lynden Museum fireworks stand by Orielly's in Lynden Towne Plaza
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Lynden Pioneer Museum
Lynden Pioneer MuseumJuly 5, 2015 1:42 am
TABLE TALK: We had so much fun making this one. Seriously! So if you've browsed the Museum and said to yourself "what in the world?", you just might find a few answers here.
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Lynden Pioneer Museum
Lynden Pioneer MuseumJuly 4, 2015 11:08 pm
Congratulations Jayna Lyn Edmonds! Thanks for supporting the Lynden Pioneer Museum!
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Lynden Pioneer Museum
Lynden Pioneer MuseumJuly 4, 2015 6:03 am
The letter in which John Adams, second president of the US describes how he feels we should celebrate the 4th of July.

http://www.masshist.org/digitaladams/archive/doc?id=L17760703jasecond
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