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: TH] ARLINGTON TIMES. ARLINGTON. WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, JAN. 1, 1953. PAGE FIVE ..' " . . '* Mr and Mrs F A. Sullivan had , it["-" ~ ~ -- "][' In the past 20 years an unbe-IFAMILY REUNION $ " ~[the Christmas" tree and familyll .......... I!i A 1|t 1 ~. illievable, and dangerous, ehanget~'~WAI~rrNERS . fld'_ln..ern Christ" mas Day, for chil-,ll VIU'I'OKIA I I 1-~ ]~ or{l rrol~ ilnas become about in the overall[. :Mr. "and Mrs:. iVtatt Wallitner r ~ldren and grandchildren Those] Mrs. Lynn Danielson, ]] qPa At1 ]ltax program Out of every m,]nau a very merry, and happy ~/Dresent wc-e Mr. and Mrs. Dave!l correspondent. [ [ lae uovernor i/come dollar back in 1932, thelChristmas with all "their ehilaren Anne Meugniot k i~arker, Mr and Mrs Bus Tingleyl" ,~.... ................. f Mr I ...... , l/wage earner paid just about~ and grandchildren being at I " ~llllhtlIla8 dinner gusts o l~ Arthur 1~ l..an lie * ~" ...... |'-nd children Mr Jim Tin~,lev ............ ,I Y ,g . lione-half the tax he pays today home Mr and Mrs Stanley Mlt- rnone oza [Ia , *, ~,~anu ~wrs r~enry Augusune were~ THE AVERAGE em-,lo,,ea her , .............. ". - "* ::. .- :: --- ' il " ~, J v " Uu[ ot l ibC ne palo bbC TO hiS[cue] OI ~verett Mr ann, Mrs Mrs. WHma Klrkevold and ch -I r and Mrs Walter Au ustme ' ~ " ~ln .... /1 .f ~odrn Woollov ~ ,M: . .. ..... g I-- _.lson today works about 250 days local government, 5.7c to his'Leonard Waltitner of Bremerton, _ , _- ....... ,, .nd ann iamny ann ~vtrs rearson o~ out oI the ear rnis Ii ure is ~ s at the Philip Pearson[CHRISTMAS B~E" e]M~irD~n~r~P.h~iP~ o~tS3~tstlent S~ttl3m?nd Mr. and Mrs. ElmerlUt o, [.ne yea dbaSedwon:a wfi::k ?ta~negOe:nTgZ~ea2d:n~ly 33CiMrlinagdonMr~irKezn~thh~/sborjnal~ef Ior Christmas Day were ~vtr. ann ~a s. ~il " y ' Sons Victor, Frank, Arthur parents of a boy b ]: slCh:iist~:Sgh~tnr BaeZ'yhaTaW~lth] Sunday guests of the ttenry ~ l~ss:pecial hol-thAZgrp~932adcha~lf:nCaT~ver!{~.~{]];ne~twlM~ySViulle'froR.~aZ VIrs. Arthur Pearson, with Day. The liltle n~ e "]the Jack Coles Augustines were Mrs. Aug -~~ ' a.y . .... [icans thought tilat hy appealingiYsidr, Calif. a few days before. children Wayne and Joltis Dean weighed i ] ~,1 ue~ aear~o'Dutcher who has[ines nephew and wife, M r~and ~i~ . un [nese z~u[,o th,~ nnti~,-~l ~'W ...... , f,~] ..e ~s on furlough also Mr Walseth, Mrs E fourteen ou ~ces. n Lll ~...~..~'o~'~.:~:n ":~ o:~'.~. ~,,,,t~ [ Mrs Gibson Van Scoyk b~.~po- ~~:~iii~ nays ne tabors o~_'-% ..... 7~" _e ....... ~.": "":1 o " " . 0~=,, ~t~,,~,,~,, ~ ,~,--v -~,,,,,-, e's ~::~ii: ::i~:::::~!~ t urn t n ieaerai grants tney woula get t, Miss C. Wehrman and grandparent~; are r. "[P~llf tho nn~t tWO vonr~ ~rrived[kane and also Mrs. Augustm ~! o e . he moi - ,~mmhlm, fur ,~nthln~, Wh,~n no. ~a01S Walseth I L D ( Bud ) Jacobs. [~,~,~ ~,,,~no,, r~,~o 99 ,,, ~n,~,~d[daughteI and granddaughte , ~:~ ey to zeea, clothe q,^. ~. ..... ~ ............... . .~OTZC~ O~ ~E~RZ~6 OF FZNaL aC- ' v el Dixie ...................... and house his T O EXECUTOR AND PETITION ..... Mrs. Oh e Mmha s and ..................... trally gathering at the Mer- . ~ .. /his furlough with his parents Mr. IT ~ ~n,oh.mo ,~e ~,,~u,~,,t,,n ,F~~ f~,l ..... trio, couldnt pay for the things they]_ FOR DECREE OF DISTRmUTION etzger home on Sur, flay, forl. Mr. and Mrs: Charms ~.mim]and Mrs. Richard Dutcher. Sis]'~ ....... .~,.o .., ..:.-.;~.v=.. .... ~~ ;~":.~,,'c~5:,~,'~orlWanted, they turned to the State. i'n ?.,s p2rlr,f%uyL.o , r s~t2~ an nau as uests at a Tamlty runner m t r Mrs Wesle Wri ht lvlr. and ~ars. ~ranK YlgOl-t .......... ~ .... An ' " --as"--'g ....................... ~"~" nual Christmas tree and g .... l grand o he . Y g ~ . ............. ~:~i his children, pay/ d when the State couldn t fmd lln the Matter of the Estate ofI.~N& r, was attended by Mr. and partS Christmas d.ay ~.r. anu ~v~rs./of Puyallup, was here Friday and ?pen[ .~.nrlstmas ~ve wltn toe ~ for a car and a/the money to provide thesel s. ~cCAULL~.Y. Deceased. arne Ne~mo and son Arne, rmgn reavy oT t)arrmg[0n, lvir:]Saturday" He is to report at Camp] .~.loyu ~mers, wno are [emuorar- ~ small amotmt of things they turned to the feder I f& o, 2e72cL o,rV " dMrs. Gene Lane, Mr. andlandMrs. Dean Pomp ella a2r~Stoneman to bg sent overseaS[~m~YsmDa~a~ys;ll~wee~enaat ~e~rs~[el Gov. Langlio entertainment, ial government. , [titled es~te has filed herein his f~: u cnlmren ann lvlr anti wrs Aid t Y Y nal ac de Ballinger and daugh-] ' [Jan. 14. [ ........ I.....~ ~ .... ~,,n.,~ ,.. , ........... I Well our peopm got thosel count of hls administration l from Seattle; Mr and Markson of Bremerton. ] Ted Stubbs a student at Pa-l~igrt_ Home In ~nono I,~,,~.~ ,.~. ~.~... ~mo ~ ....... oo I thlngs from the federal govern-lt~eref, toge}her y~tp hls peU.t~on..f~ :co. Peterson and two chil-[ * * * [cific Lutheran College in Tacoma,] [!lougn .Mrs. ~.e.sne r'Igo~, is in l ~:n~'=a-sav~ngsUaccount ............ I ment all right--but they also gotI ~ra~e'~e~t ~r~u~O~y ~oaf wa)~aes~~ Mr. and Mrs. Terry Ness,[ FROM PORTLAND l is spending several days here] me nospi[at as ~s ~ranK ~qgortsI` ~ ........... z .... ........... !something they didn t expect---]be_alstrmuted to. chmlon McCauUey, )n ~n.o u .... v..,..~,,.~ ~ ~*-n ~o ~ ..... ~ qwan t with Mr and Mrs Elias Stubbs I morner. [ toe average wor~er may wo~}somethin~ they don t like anti I~na~ -~Tlaay. ~;ne 30th day of Janu- '~rsS?l~eS} aMrd. Ma~yHay~r~ ~Zne a~doBlll~or~fadndJ:m~rY.,w~rTIOthes~g::stsnnferthwerSet~bs J2~[thyr~3;g pM:rSrisCt~U~tarmY~l;n wande ia!d:~eYd/e~s~nt,~nwt'~on~f~doa~iYh:mw:g~f~' WHAT THE PEOPLE got fromtp~ 3an~ ~he @~rv~!ur~fe:~Pui~.e~ and three children, Dar-lChristmas and the week-end.IMrs. Wm. Jackson Mr. and Mrs.lChristmas dinner guests of Mr - ........... v(Unele Sam besides the hand I~he -Ounty-C-ufghuse'-Clty offer- " , ' ~ E r rri h edar- I ano his iamily, all OI [nose ZDU , . . " e~, ~nonom~sn uoungy, br, a~e oz waan- ~, Mr. and Mrs. LloydlThey visited Mr. Swansons par-lVm Thompson of Everett, Mr. Al-landMrs. dga Pa s of C Ida-s A~tua]',, he retain~ the[uts, was the bill. And the bflllmg~on, have been ~xea by oraer or the -~e and. two. children. , of We- ents, Mr. and. Mrs. . A. L. Swan- / bert. Brain of Seattle, and Mr.I Home . ~ " ~ ~ a" o .got larger and larger, until to- undersigned Clerk of the above entitled e," Miss Vlvlan Fure, Stun- son, and his roster and famlly,[ Sam graetz. 1 [ Sundav~ dinner o~uests at the [, everyWages yearfr onlYine165_d,omer ~sof~o out wrl~lo[, day,, after 20 .years de. exnandin" "Curt~" ~,,~ng on assamthe nna,time repor~na p~aee fOrana petiUonhear- Granda Lane, Ellen DuIMr. and Mrs. A. E. Sipprell. t Miss DianeAdams of Seattle "sleete Snartemo home were Mr. 125o dnv~ ho work~ for tho tn~lfederal services and appropria-l.or decree of alstrmutlon. , and Frank Brown, of A1- . . . [spenaing a iew flays of the~and Mrs. R. E. Mygatt of Pleas-t ~7. "-7~ ................. Itions Uncle Sam is taking notl {SEAL} t Bill Sill spent Christmas with!Christmas holidays with her[ant Hill. ~ .... C~ne~er words a nerson who 3.3c out of every worker's income:Ao~vDER~nUt~e~DEo~uS~.~'syCl~krt~ tar, * * t his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd]COUSin, ~naron ~vtose... _ . [ Mr._ and Mrs. ~riing ~re~nus work~ from ~ ~m' to .~ n m dnilvldollar in the form of taxes--but dan, Deputy. ' " OBSERVE trill [ Mrs. ted Wogmm, ~vtrs. D. t~.[an~i r_,mily spent Christmas ~:vei e:~: 7,-...-"h:.'fZ'"'..--.7...%'/'" ZTZ:<wenty-seven (27) cents Yes --I. ~. w HINMAN. Attorney for Execu- --- [ [ ~ ~v~ uav~ a w~x, ~tup~ ~or R 1 Arlington Wash r "- . . Danielson and Mr. and Mrs. John' in Everett at the Backlund home, ~ . . [27c out of ever a roll dollar ...... MAS AT HOME, ] Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Skflhng. Main att' " ' of . working for himself at 10 a.m. . Y.P Y . . Date of fi~'st pub.. Jan. 1. 1953. e and h~nr~ino~ o~mo to lo~.~A ..... + .~ ..... tn q,~*tl,~ Wed-I ended the wedding Iwhere others of the family gath- .~ ...... ~, .... .~ ....... ~.~ Vrom which you pay in a d~rect in- Date ol last pub. Jan. 15 1953 ...... ~y .............. ~t~u **=lit u,,*,l, .~..~--- -- i " " in" ' i~LI] $* llUll~*[l*~ ll~~llllll~....... I " " 11 *' ......... t ...... ,--.. ..... wit'- their nephew, W]llard Stevens, ered. ~Ihey were the Albert Brek- , ......... come tax and varmus hlddenl --o eru nome on unrmtmas nesaay to spenu bllllbtlllaa11 o ...... ,--:_ ~'-:~ ........ in~ ~ , ,_ , _,_, ....... ,~_~ Itu a m tnursaay until D p m.i. ~ . ~. h ~HuquuIHiIt~ rriuay even g. IlUS JoHn ~re~nus ~Ou Arn~t~au . " ' " ~taxes Us ' " " en they had the uleasure their daughter, Mr. and Mrs ................................... , ....... , ..... 'lFnday he is working forhis lo. - ...... e Hmes elassffmd ads .-- in~ ch..l, n .... ~.+ff. u.~l..*~ ,-o-=.~ ~..+ ..... and ~m~hr ~h,~,lney were accoinpanieu oy aa~tc~]ancl Nterle LUOWlg iamllles t)n o~1 .4~*~ .~ ,^.~...~ ....... Meanwnile because tne oeonlel busy offootive ~nloCm~,~ . and Cheryl Wogmld. Mr. Steven Christmas Day the Erhng Brek- were closer to the ~cture and - -- Lsband Weylan and their were joined thereat Christmas ] ment The employee works and P - ---- ~ldren Judy 11 and Larrydinner by their son Dean and his , the employer pays during this . L" married Mms Neva Howell of bus family were guests at Mrs. ' " could exert more influence on .......... ' Renton at the Snoqualmm Meth-JBrekhus, parents, the Olanders ~,;~ ~ut th~ -a .... e~ ~-t^ the tax pohcms LOCAL taxes and || tHem to flel cemorate iamily ,. .t.~*~u,* -" = ~, z sv ~ ,. u ' P. . " .... omst church A reception follow- home in Arhngton where a ram-, ~ , STATE taxes ke t dr ,~ni ,,i =.,.~ .................... :.. ~ed the ceremony, lly get-together was enjoyed withI , ~ . from a percentage standpoint. rth of the Chrmtchlld. A The many Iriends oT ~vtr and . ' . tax collector s bag. ~ p o~.,. n~, W*i~nUdCanums we~c p~aceu Mrs. r. ~. ~owe, ano .~on wm o el Mrs. Ben Knudson, Jr., enter-lthe Bob Kuhnhausen Jr. Carl ...... ~....~ .......... Today local property taxes U t~auows.. ~uay ~[arr ar~ glad m .Know mat all were, well tained her Canasta club last Carlson, Oscar Carlson, and An- UUT tg~ ~V~t~X UOLLAI~ me take only 2.3c out of every dol- ~,~ tmris.tmas tre.e .ann enough to go to ~eattle lorynnst- Tuesday evening. Prize winners I lar compared with 8.6c in 1932. ~tOh~,~ZI t2yhl~a~Ivlty~, mas. dinner with the C~ri ~owe were MrS- Bill McKelvey, high, ] Today State taxes take the .... ~ .............. [amliy. rney were accompameu and Mrs. Barney Brenne, low. ~ same amount (5.7c) out of every piano, around children and have been gather- like occasions for fifty- A delightful lunch of angle cake, ice coffee and fruit juice. The the evening was spent in games and admiring the zely presents that came ng hands far and near. ins dinner guests of Mr. A. W. Shull were Mr. B. W. Pardo Linda, Ger- ',velyn. Elaine Lawson stmas in Seattle with , returning home Sun- lg. Mrs. Lincoln Swanson mas dinner in Tacoma daughter and her ram- PLUMBING 604 Fifth Street Phone 2963 ARLINGTON, WASH by Mrs. Ruth Packard and Jack Christmas gifts were also ex- Gathered at the home of Mr. changed. and Mrs. Dave Helms for Christ- Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. mas dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Darn Warren were Mr. and Mrs. John Smith and children, Mr. George Adams and son, of Marys- and Mrs. Walt Sather and San- ville dra, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith ~> ' of Bothell, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey[p~]|a~ p.~...~. Helms of Clear Lake and Mr." "Mul~ ~,,~,.,vu~ Art Albers of Bukoda. ~L~"I~L~V~- A----: ....... Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Snyder Y spent Christmas in Hoquiam withI On Saturday Mr. and M Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Gillispie. Philip Pearson were joined 1 With the Mack Smiths onlrelatives and friends in celebr~ Christmas were Mrs. Smith's par-ling their 36th wedding annive~ ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Spencer,' ary. of Seattle Mrs. Spencer has been! A pleasant social evening here helping take care of her new] gam.~s and music was highlight- grandson, Brad, but returned~ed by a bounteous buffet lunch, home Sunday. . and enjoyed by Victor, Frank and Radio station men and their Arthur Pearson, ~ Mrs. Arthur wives who enjoyed a Christmas Pearson and little~0~bs, Wayne party Friday night at the home and Jo Anne; also Mrs. George of Mr. and Mrs. John Simon-Coulbert, Mr. and 'Mrs F. B. tacchi were the Mesdames and Pearson of White Rock, B. C., Mr. Messrs. Harry Johnson, Bob Cos- and Mrs. D. Kissinger, Mr. and be, W. K. Strube, W. E. Smith, Mrs. D. Gibbins, Mr. and Mrs. K. Larry Widmark, Lawrence Fry, Robson of New Westminster, B. Bud Strotz, "Doc" Jones, and Nor- C., Mr. and Mrs. R. Gibbens and ton Bryson. A social evening and couver, B. C., Mr. and Mrs. Joe bounteous no-host lunch were Shank, Mr. W. Colbon and Mr. A enjoyed, i Walseth. Carter. Mr. and Mrs. George Baldwin and family were Christmas dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Smi]ey and family of Marysville. On Christmas Eve, the MacGre- gors had been guests of the Baldwins Lt. George Baldwin left Satur- day tu visit in British Columbia for a few days. Arvid Iverson, of Seattle, was a holiday guest at the Almer Lar- son home. Additional Christmas dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Seastrom of Arlington M~'. and Mrs. Harry Hansen and family attended a family gathering in Everett Sunday at the Albert Hansen home, it be- ing Mr. Hansen's birthday. On Christmas Eve they gattiered at he pays in taxes out of every dollar he earns. George of Everett were Saturday guests at the Oscar Schei home. Henry Christiensen, now of Eu- gene, Ore., was also here to visit relatives and friends over the holidays Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Danielson and Doris, and Mrs. Erickson spent Christmas Eve at a family gathering at the C. L. Danielsons near home in East Stanwood. The Highland Garden Club will meet at the Almer Larson home Wednesday afternoon: I January 14, at 1:30. There will be a talk on evergreens by Mrs. Ward and a paper on what to do this month in the garde~n by Eve- lyn Davenport Roll call will be the Jack Wagner home and onto bring a specimen of evergreen Christmas Night Herman Wag- shrub and its proper name if pos- ne;, the Alvin Hansen, Merle[sible. Tillie Hansen will display ttansen, Leonard Han~en and A1-la miniature ,indoor garden made bert Hansen families met at the of material from the woods. Each Harry Hansen home. ,[member please bring a winter Mr. and Mrs. Beigle and sod' arrangement of their choosing income dollar that they did in TK A 1: ,.* Time 1932 So when we talk about taxes aue rlln ;Lon hurting today, we should know Phone 493 WHERE they hurt We should know that Uncle Sam, who took one out of every five tax dollars |~ in 1932, today is taking four out]| w~ zwr l',X w~*r of every five--and only 5% off| ][Jr. ]~. Ll|en DIIIet what he collects comes back tol| us in Federal aid. [| OrTOMEIRIST Use Times C'-~lassifled-"------~ds -- | 0~0 /)1 .... ,;,~ ~ffective. economical. I o~ ~, ~o, vy H~/J~ ill Arlington, Wash. .. _ 5 JI:WI:LIIYIII .o .s " -h 1119. o to s';o r one A .. .',-. , hi " C,o e 3131 Hamilton Watches [ LAUERMAN OP TOME TRIS T BAyview 9015 2612 Colby Avenue Everett, Washington announces its annual m. en . . . . And women I Values to $1.75 Pair J Sgl Reg. 4 !65.00 values " Reg. 50.00 values .............. 4 black slips ..................... ca. 50c ladies' blouses, reg. 2.98 ............ 2.49 14 nylon anklets, reg. 1.00 .......... pr. 89c 3 silk scarfs ......................... 49c 4 raincoats ......................... 1.98 1 corduroy coat .................... 12.95 LUGGAGE SALE SAMSONITE LADIES" WARDROBE CASE, =5.00 value for ................................................ MEN'S TWO SUITER, $2500 value for ................................................ 19.95 LARGE ~OURNEYER & TRAIN CASES O~ $27.50 value for ........................ v .................... ~.OU 2 robes .... , ........................ 9.95 2 lounge slacks .....................9.95 2 white stag jackets ................ 12.95 1 white stag jacket .................. 6.49 alligator raincoats, reg. 16.50 for ....... 9.95 all wool whipcord pants for only ...... 12.95 all wool whipcord jackets for only .... 14.95 boys ( een- ze) wool bathrobes ..... 9.95 wool sport shirts, reg. 10.95 for ......... 6.95 long sleeve sport shirts, reg. up to 6.95..3.95 ther values up to 3.95 for ........... 2.49 arrow shirts up to $5.00 for ...... . ..... 2.49 ties 1.50 for 98c; 2.00 for 1.29; 2.50 for 1.69 DRESS GLOVES ,IGS IN. 3.49 were 4.95. for ........................................................ CAMP~S GLOVES, Were 495 .............................................................. 3.49 Others for only 1.49 belts, regularly 2.50 for ............... 98c r}ppon slipper socks ................. :2.19 leather slippers, were 4.95 ........ now 3.19 hand laced moccasin, 7.95 value for only 5.95 weyenberg shoes for-only ............... 4.95 florshe}m sl]oe values to 2]..95 .. 14.80 & 16.80 ski boots, regularly UP to 15.95 now 9.95 & 8.95 ALL SALES ARE CASH AND FINAL On all-- SWEATERS for both men and women OFF On all-- TOPCOATS SPORT COATS On-- OFF Introducing at sale prices these new additions to our regular lines of name brand merchandise warner girdles, reg. 2\49 and 2.98, now'l.75 and 2.19; graft blouses, reg. 3.19, now 2.98; jockettes, reg. ]..19 and .98, now .89 and .65 A store for men and women who demand quality