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q 49 tPAGE FOUR THE flRLINGTON TIMES, ARLIN ,TO2 WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, JAN: ::1, 1953. ~ ~ :jo . e~r I! ilwere Mr. and Mrs. C. W. O'Neil family enjoyed a Christmas DayI "'~Dr. anff Mrs,~B, O. A. Thomas party on New Year's Eve, ~[~ ~t'[~t~Tl~H ~k~l~t~ [[ A DI IATfYrDY'~.T YJrDO :|land family, Mr. and Mrs. John dinner at the Andrew Swanston[and children of Seattle were call- will be an assortment of ~f~. ~. v-=,,,--~,-~p .... v .... ][ 2-1Zt, LILtYtIIL]~ /~1~. []Patch and family. Mr. and Mrs. home. . ]ers on Mr, and Mrs. Clarence tainment followed by a hiI Successor toTI ES ][ ................. ~z..,~,~ ,~,,,~i~ Phrme 25634 | Bob Simpson and family of Low- Dick Swanson, nephew of Mr. Swanson Sunday. I hope everyone had a ! THE HALLER CITY M ~[ |tell, Mr. Dan Pelican, and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Swanston,isI Entertaining relatives with a Christmas and I wish you| - .... ( ~ : Mr .and Mrs. Arthur Swan- Charles O'Neil, St. A very enjoy- now in port at Longbeach, Calif. b2~rnorgasbord" last Tuesday eve-] happy and prosperous Ne~ :Vol. LXV. Thuisday, Jan. 1, 1(J 53. No: 36 son and daughter Debbie of Ar- able evening was had by all. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Storm of An-[nir~ were Mr. and Mrs. Victor! . o .~ .~tdmeription Price $2.50 Per Year; $3.00 per .Year outside..Snoho-[lington., and Pfc. Richard Swan-[ A- familYw~:~aigl~ o:t thee N~rrt ~cO~tse:n anndd Mdraua~t0eyrSi Ci A;I Freyd. ...... ,,~: .......... vis: OU[kSeaVtn~'~LwU~heerrvan Ch~ County. Issued every Thursday Pubhshed at Arnngton,]son oiyort t, ewlswere ~nrls[masli,~aJLcv,~n ........... t-~ Oak H .... r w~-~ .....v c ~Vll...)~r.~yu l_~. ~_ay,2,2~tar, -!~m.~..e._mm- .... e._Ly _ ~._ -w . ~sshlnffton by j~ay dinner guests at the nomei~vrman .ome on ~m~ m~. . .~a--u. ~e gueat~ u, vmtneu ~m'. anu 11r5. rlOlilgi i%lU- i%UWlll DUllUVlg, pUbLUl-. . ]luests at ....THE ARLINGTON PRINTING CO, |of Mr .and Mrs. Clarence Swan-] Thirty-seven. were gatnereu ior FanUi-aMrS" .................... Cmrence Swanson on|ridge of Everett on Sunday New Year's Eve Family~ae for-Cl o c,^~uw~z,rw~ ~.pa~w ~aa~uu Ison Ithe occasion, r a y aKernoon. I Mr. anu tvtrs. Art Norman at- ~ ac ~ p. m. wa~en ~lght ~er~t sons Vi , ,a.ow~z,~b~ ............. "" " ................. Editor & Mutt Walter nolmstads of Arl'ingtonl Mr. and Mrs. Fred McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Kelly enter-ltended a family reunion of the 11:15. New'Year's Day wor~ l~rs:~Arl ~=L.-"---..~'==~'-.'~*~'-~-',-~;+,~," ~-. "+h~'O,,st O~fice at'Arlinaton Was~']entertained Mr and Mrs. Victor|spent Christmas with Mr. and[tained Mrs. Kelly's sisters and] Dilberg family in Bothell on Sun- 11 a. m. with Holy Commul~r-"cl~il~re ---..t~tcu a~ ~.u ,~.a~ ,,,,~=,, ,,, ....... b , " " th i f " " 4- ...... .~.~..~,o ~,,, ,,, ~ro,,,~ ~ ~'~o ]Frevd at dinner on ClarlstmasIMrs.: Fred McDonald,Jr.,and[ e r amlhes Sunday. Amonglday. Jan. 4th--Sunday seh~e, also-'~ ............. ." .............. %~.'~" ']Da: ~family in Seattle. the guests were Mr. and Mrs. A.[ The members and friends of 9:45 a. m. Worship ser.V~e, it, lVI]s~ [ Vi'siting at Lloyd nartleys over] Mrs. Leona Montgomery re- Johnson of Vancouver, Wash.,Ithe Arlington Heights Communi- 11:00 a. m. Sermon text, lV~y ~Va]se~ ~ -=- ~ ~ ~ T * ~ I~Christmas were Van Roberts and~ceived a call from her son, Glen|Mr and Mrs. George Fisher of, ty Club are invited to a watch. 2:19-23. ~----~"'famu:;~: arail /-4' ~ ] $ ~ ' t~ | ]L~ / /! / I[Miss Ellen Gerard from Auburn,|Montgomery, in New York on[Puyallup, and Mr. and Mrs.t~~ ~amily g~ *aetzger ' .$..M .L] ~- .1. ~ J[. ~ .L X'-JL JL.d ]]and Miss Barbara Hartley from Christmas Eve. Th.omas Kaarmo of Seattle. ]l~~r~tnZger? I[Olympia, where she has beenl Enjoying a Christmas Eve| ~rlvlnganewoeautlful, two-t| ~|~~.]F.]~T~e~.nwnual I ........ I[teaching. ~ I"lutefisk" dinner at the Julius|tne gre.e.n, 52.Chevrolet in the[I 1|1101%,11tJlli~,,~l~:~r~nW:S~ : .......... [ Mr and Mrs. Andrew Swanston Norman home were Mr, Victor ~v~mrn~2o~Y i~vitn~ prou~ owner, I ~,, Iand'~l~Irs~) JFIgUJgAt~_NL~A . [entertained with a ChristmaslJohnson, Mr.'and Mrs. Art Nor-I :" ....... , gome y. Con-ll ~~ ~i~r~ Did ou like so man~ )co )le in this vicinit ,, recelvelEve party which included fifteen man and boys, and Mr and Mrs [gra~u,at)u~ .... II A S~~rist. Sele~ 2,;'-~ " Y' , " I 1 s ' n e uests " " ~wr iv1 minco oI tuano was a fron ~ " " " ' ~ " ~lgrandchildren" Amo g tin g Bill Surr)mers. k " " G U piece of propaganda entitled Isll t There Solnethln~ _ . Mr and Mrs Waylan Starr en- visitor at the Vie Freyd home on J in B~~:~'G~0~ Better For Our Bovs" Within the pamphlet }'ou find[M .... E.._J joyeci the company of Mr. and Sunday... .. , , [| ~:~,~vlr ar some clever propaganda" designed to convince the reader]2ew lofu --. IDMry. d?211Verd, for a Christmas] sober,in~- ~SS~a~t~es~nealt. ~d J ~so~irysvill( n ed States a s stelll~-r___~[ .... i1._-i_,,, t! ...... Iweek end at the Ray Lenhart[ lhat there is' gro ing" within the U it . s ' '~' tractor Ull ILgl~pI~ Dr. . Jane Claire. " . Edmonds oi vie-[ home. II~to a ~na ~~ t~ear~a~ll~~'e andtd t ~}f Nazism--the tranlp of soldiers' feet early in the nlorll-] Cascade Tractor Company, Ev.IMlnnwlle, Ore., has been a guest] Visiting Mr i~nd Mrs Pete | ~ton;Mr _-_._ ,~.. ~ ....... 1. _.~ ,~ ..... ~ ......... ~ ~h,~ en;rlt;no' nWnVi~lJerett, announces the first show-tat the nome. o~ uamen.ne l/irKS| Welles of Paulsbo, Wasia., on/|Ch~~ ~s broW.tree and Jug, 1he ~m,~..on t.t~ uuu~ a~)u ~,, ~/t ..... :--~ ~" ~'~" ling of the new Ford Golden Ju-iover me unrls~mas weeK. / Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Denny|| ~~eattle. ~][caee; Mis chains of a victim never to be heard o[ again. ]bilee Model tractor at their sales-] Mr. and Mrs. John Patch spent/ Lilloren. ~ ; Gram The pamphlet is" designed" to eleate' sj-mpathy fOl sev rooms, llth and Broadway, Ever- Christmas at the Albert Patches[ - _ ....................... on, and ~ ~r , ' -[ett scheduled for Saturday, at Getchell. Mr. Patch is improv-]@~@~~~~~{t@@O@@@@@~@@@@@ eral citizens arrested by the i' .B.[., char ed with Con-] January 3. ling .... ..l .,t ...... no r,vorthraw of the U S I I Harold Norman called fromi ., , , ~ . , ,, IFUNERAL SERVICES [San Angelo, Tex., wishing his| overnnlent DV iorae alltl Violence E R g . [FOR D NVE GREEN ]family and friends a "Merry , ~ . , . ~ (. !WED., DEC. 31 IChristmas" Whether the accused are innocent, to Denver Green, son of Mr. and Mr. C. W. O'Neil, senior, of Se- Mrs Tom Green oassed away] attle, spent the Christmas holi- Sunday morning at-about 6:30 at day .with Mr. andMrs. C. W. his home following several L)'~ell, Jr., ano iamlly. weeks of illness Funeral services bpenolng the ~nrlstmas week will be held at the Calvary Pen-/in.Sumner, Wash., were, Joe Tveit ecostal church, Darrington, Wed- t With Mr. ano Mrs. Arthur noose nesday, Dec. 31. at 2 p.m. and daughter Marjorie and Mrs. Martha Tveit. o Mr. and Mrs. Bill Buckley en- No. 229~7 joyed Christmas at the Roy Len- 'NOTICE OF HEARING ON FINAL AC- COUNT OF EXECUTRIX AND PETI-, hart home. TION FOR DECREE OF DISTRIBUTION! Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hartley, In the Superior Court of the State of Van Roberts, Miss Gerard, Miss Washington for Snohomish County. Barbara Hartley, Dr. Jane Claire Edmonds, "Grandma" Hartley, Years. and Catherine Dirks enjoyed Christmas dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. "Red" Hartley. Grandma Chrisman spent two days at the Marion Chrismans over Christmas. t Cf f, KTA[[ Dei Monte 21/, 33c T| I~IA T.uxedo 1=j | ristmas Staff Sgt. Jesse Klatt and faro- ~.,~., ~z-aa~ Fruit ............... Can ~.~'-a Light and dark ........ Can ~-~ ' ily of San Francisco, Calif., were visitors atMr. and Mrs. JohnlpJ] ''PP| Libby's '229e La Posser's over the holiday. ~at~a'ta a Ldt~ Sliced ......... Can Mr. and Mrs. Vic Freyd enjoyed p]~[~].~'~ Del No. 29e rn~ June a delightful Christmas Eve at Mr. and Mrs. Bill Holmstads of ~-~,,a-~ Monte ......... Can q,,~Lltt l-l:~t~ Rose ..................... Lb. d i.~ Christ~ ather, r Everett. Real S-Oz.-J~ ~_.~~2ening Visiting at theDayArtwereTVeit home ORANGE BASE Gold .. Can.. ALt$C'~L~UI~. bury ...... Pkg. ~ Christmas Mr. and L~kl~k~ r and:~ on Mrs. Lorns Ludvigson of Sweet- ' ......... Lib- No, 303 /'~| |~?~ Libby's No. 1 1 {~,~hri ""stm~ home, Ore., and Mr. and Mrs. GRAPEFRUIT by's can 17c heir ~71kd[ II~OSmall ........... Can .I.~ da John Danielson of Arlington, -Oz. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. O'Neal and ?uICE Standby 46 Can 35e SOUP Campbell's Can 15 .... UTLE: |H|~t~ Standby A ~:~-Oz. o~~.,,t~ ?rapefruit .... ~t:U Can d~tJC ~,'~Lm~'~ Cheese Food $.~ BOX tgl 604 n~_~.~[~c June Rose 3~C WAX PAPER 30 Fot'll5~ ARLIN~I~ iu, a~,~ll ~ Salad ................ .. ~ QI. 2 BABY FOODS Ge:- . 25c Tlq |ll? Scottie. 94008ht .... aa~L~ Cleansing x_~ Pkg. ..... ber s O for 2 0, 0 35i Cream .......... Cans CORN Self Service Meats MODEL Yes, it's on display right now, waiting to show you what a 'really modern tractor can and should be. PREMIER SHOWING See this Great New Tractor on not pretend to judge. What we object to' is the clever manner in which the "Northwest Citizens l)efense Committee," publishers of the pamphlet, endeav'or to whip up sympathy by com- paring the U. S. with Nazi Germany. The thinking citizen, however, realizes that the pie- tures of the accused, with their families and loved ones, were taken AFTER the arrests, for propaganda purposes, and are themselves evidence of the difference between the U. S. and Russia or Nazi Gerinany--the accused were In the Matter of.the Estate of FRANK- LIN R,. HERSHBERGE~, Deceased. able to take advantage of one of the rights fought for by Notice is hereby given that Ida Hershberger as Executrix of the above the patriots of the American revolution--the right of ha- [ltleaeo te ed ac t h,~,~ o,~rnn~ whorohv thov wer~ able to then" free-thereof, together with. her petition for j~ , ..... d .~ d --v e~ iS "J~' .......... ~a decree of distribution, In which It dom by furnishing bail--they were not spirited away to': a .ea tpat .n, property or.said estate ~ 1~ De cus~rlour.,eQ 1,o Ion tlersnoerger, anu n~ Salt mines that Friday, the 3Oth day of January, ..... " ' m ~T~I "~ 1 , ,1 St . * . 1 . [1953, at the hour of 1:30 o clock p. . 'l'tley vall De sure, diS,O, ot anotller American rl~ll[-- and the courtroom of Department No. 3 .~ - ~. o . ~ : ~ .~ .~ , ~ ~ ~ o ~ olof the above entitled Court, in the me ngn oI rlal jury, an(l they Will no* De SllOt lUll OI county Courtho jse, City of Everett, i~nonomtsh County, State oz wasnmg- dope to break downthmr mental powers to prepare them ton. have been fixed by order of the ~, ~ ~ ~ ,, . ~, 'undersigned Clerk of the above entitled ior a conlesslon. Court as the time and place for hear- r ling on said final report and petition We have been asked why such p opaganda cannot be for decree of distribution. " " " " n (SEAL) barred from the malls. Well, our answer is, It should ot ANDER ANDEP EN, Clerk of Above n all s ' r Entitled Court. By Myrtle Jordan be ban'ed fro l the m s. We nm. t be free to make ou Deputy ~ " r" " ' " rr G. ~IT. Hlnman, Attorney for Execu- chome, the United States ]11 survive or fall according, to trlx. a z, Arlington, Wash. PEAS BEANS Snow White Kttlshan No.~303 Fancy ............ 2 Cans 37e Oregon Trail Q ,,o. 1 37c With Pork .... OCans CAULIFLOWER . . lb. llc For tasty Salads CALAVOS Golden Ripe BANANAS i for 25c Y~{kima SPUDS, No. 2s.. 50-1bs 1.59 the intelligence of its people, and their ability to judge Date of first pub., Jan 1, 953. Date of last pnb., Jan. 15, 1953. display in our show rooms. Served FREE To All . Our Visitors SEE NOW! 11th & Broadway, Everett BA. 0355 Large Sweet ORANGES . Arizona GRAPEFRUIT . 3 lbs. 25c 8 In Mesh~O_ " Bag -E,~ LB, it A Happy and Prosperous New Year Jelly Beans 16-Oz." Xmas Mix 15-oz. Creams, Candy ~2" OZ. Gum Drops Pkg. @MixedNuts t 39c Pecan Nuts le-o .) Pkg. Centennial Silk Sifted 419 Bag * Bag 25-Lb. Bag Kitchen Queen Brand 1o, 89e 25, 2.09 5o, Sack Sack Sack x Swanson s Whole LB. CAN ROYAL CHEF This Week's Jackpot For $10.00 PETE ENAULT Division St., Arlington Prices effective at Arlington and Everett on Wed., Dec. 31, 1952, and Fri. & Sat., Jan. 1953.--Every item unconditionally guaranteed. No sales to dealers. We reserve right @0000000000000000{000@