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:PAGE TWO THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, JAN. 1951. m ii i a I evening blood poisoning had] I~^--&.~] fli:m:~ LL~I~ ~,~;~,, MA~b~.~. A& ] RIFLEMEN WIN AGAIN [] ]set in. She is confined to heriVCiit~l I~,UUI~ 11C|U [~O||H uctaaj, Ava~;~;uu~o. • • ~L [ DEFEAT EVERETT Vrv-" " I I Mrs. Horace Enyeart, Mr. and Mrs. Henry GunterAtDarrm3on Sdvana-V ctorm runum I Last week the Arlingl ........... land family left for North Caro-] In December of last year, Some latitude is allowed in Dairy farmers in the SilvanalClub shot their highest ~"----- |--- A--**--& I[ney naa lots oz Iun.. .[lind last week for a two months{1950, a survey of the dental con- con[rmutions puoiisnea in and Victoria Hei~,hts Cnmmuni.laeIeating the ~verett V ['~FC Jll~• J~CllL . Vernon .rearson, grandson OZ[va~ation. [dition of the children attending this column, as being ex-ties are invited t~) atten~d a di.¢-[Rifle Club by the score ~l ~rp_ Vle_~lH [~lr~anaor~lrs~,~am ~a~es, was[ The grandson of Mr. and Mrs.]Darringt°n Grade and High pressive of the individualcuss{on me tin var" -[ to 887 opmmns of the author, phases of the dairy business l Clayton Grant and Joi - "-- ..... | ..................... " ..... }Martin T~llom~r ~r Hndorwontlscnool, was uone oy uoctor riar- . . e g on lOUS • At aonroximatelv 8"30 Thurs-[ Rev. Go don Forbes of Seattl [ ....... ~ ....h~ 1,~ft ~,,, wlthlrmon of Seattle and Camano Is- ~~ with County Extension Agentslsen led the Arlingtoz ~-~,-~,~in~ fire w" as "discoveredl and young people's state direc-l~_,"~v~,~"~"~¢'~'lt'~'~t~,~'~7~ d"~'lland. This was made possible Jan. , • Arnold Z. Smith and Earl E.lagain this week with ~Jth"~"'T-l~lr'e~'e "Rivers Hotel Bill{ tar in Washington, conducted[ t~.,"r~"t~i~.~ ~'~ ~'~'~n~'~d -o-n-,:] through the interest and span- Dear Mr. Carpenter: Hope. [ 191 score. Melvin Olsen I.~ndon and Harold Monteith, Jmornmg and evening services at[,,, hi~ ,iabt ova ]sorshlp of the Darrmgton Parent- In regard to your editorial of The meeting in Silvana willlerett with 185 score. w-h-~-~v'-ere stavin~, at the hotel,[the Baptist church Sunday. ["".." ..... ~."~."~'~.. . ~. ]Teacher Association School Ad-!last week, just wondered if it be held Monday, January 15th,] Next week the ~rlingt( ~l~elled smoke a~d started in-[ This item is old now, but[fo~dr'aa:~herS~r~nitsno~'a%a~v[ministration and the County,would be possible for you to in the Sons of Norway Hall and[Club will meet the St vest{gating.They found the]there may be some who haven't[ai~~ ~,h .... i,v~n ~t tho ~rHn~.[Publ!c. Health Nurse.• Unfor-!have snow for Nels Bruseth at the Victoria Heights meeting]Rifle Club at Stanwood a • • ~, ......................... ~," tunateiy because oz limited time their ski tournament, but not will be Tuesday, January 16th J expected to be a vet room fromwhmh the smokewas[heard and will be pleased to]t,.., ~,-~,~i*a~ ~n,,,n~, morn{n,,] ~--,-,--.,a."~ml"'~ ,,,.c~w,~~o-~: ....... .u .~_e._.r,~nnnsel know ,,.~r. and Mrs. Bedford~"~'"T~ ~." "~'~ ..... ~. . . ,,land. other school, activities not any down this way. The hay in in the Community Hall. Both{match. • 1- ......... : ....~ call IBlanton are "arents of a bab"'{at ~ OCIOCK. bne welgnea ap Half of the children were exam- the hay mow goes down fast meeting will star~ at 1:00 p.m. ] The scores were as fall ~,,e~r ~.utn=~m~ a,u " • P • ~ proximately 6 lbs. The maternal • hlg, they were forced to]g~rl who arrayed December[ .... a .................... [reed. ...^ enough anyway• Of course, if Dairymen have asked the~^.~, ...... break the door down to enter.[19th. She has been named Judy/~i~"~:~:'¢~ :..'~ ~.~: of the students who were your vaunted "power of ,,the agents to discuss hay and pas-[~'~'l'a~,~on" C,_ro,t ,,,,. ...... .~ ,~._ ~.eddin~. mat.~Clark ~ .....~ a,u t,~ P'~.t~.~'[examlned 58 were found to have " ' d i Let .... -' .................... aney ~uu~m u~ t, ~' . ._ I " [grandparents are Mr.and ~ars.~,....~. ~ .... .~ ..~...~,,^.. ~,, ...... press cant o th s, then ture mixtures fert~hzmg pus-[ .Tnhn .Ton~on tress, and .... a large area oz tnei The Baby Chmc ............ will be held/j p Crawford I.ln urgent'S ........... need ..... oz careU~ ..... uesmes~V 'er snow"; I certainly wouldn't tures and meadows, calf rais-{ ~,\','n-~:~'~'f,.,: ................... floor burning. The room occu-[Thursday' January lath [ mh " ~h0"i- La~i -' Club held~ .......... " let Nels down either, ing, grain feeding and managed] ~:,~,z~r~,~,~'~.,z ................ • • I e uat i c u es these, J.O~io cavities in perman - • • •- ~'~" --',~"~- .................. pant, Robert Mcfadden of Seat-] Mr and Mrs James G~lday{ - ] " My hrst recollectmn of Mr. m~lkmg. Mr. Hope reports there[ Chet Bluomko ue, ...................... was mU~lU m a ,~u,,~ u~* t,,~'^!~ana- "-aaugnters~" " were nonoreu.'- ~/their monthly meeting January[cut teeth and 1160cavities in Bruseth was when I was a pry- is some new information along] ....................... • . • • • 4th at the home of Mrs. Jack primary teeth needed repair• arou dhim n a daz a conab,-,~,:r°°mn -with aiblankete-Wrapped[wtth~,.,~ r~,~,~,~ber ~ t~ a housewarming m~,h,~,,their[swilling• The election of officers[One~ hundred forty-two teeth school kid, and we were at a 4th these hues which w~ll be ................................ : w sult a . . o~ ~.lYaP~Cn~els Sneve'sigro~e tmeeeSt and help to the dmrY-]Everett VFW 2100" • as held and the re s fol were found m such bad condl fromti°n He waSthe room,~mmediatelYand takenhelped[wereto the]floor lamp•presentedparticipantsWith a inl°Vel"][ " "Mrs "[[ o,.,f" a ~l . was qu " I~"" "v" ~" " • : lows" Mrs Dorina McDowell, tion that extraction was probab nthloto and it seom-d t~ me he Since the meetin s start at lviei m t)lson ................ the,nresiaont. ClintonMe"ers "1-" *h,~ ,ml,, ' ........... po'le~vaulted almost~t'o ~he sky. 1:00 p.m. there willgbe time to[ Richard ~ray ................ hospital. The fire was qu]eklyihousewarming were Mr and/~'. ~ ., _. ~ yy.. ,j y.t ~ y /. ..... ;.~.~ ~,,,~..~. put ............. out, w~tnou~ camng out Um~Mrs~ ....... flurry J~owaras, ~vir" ana.-'tv~ce'presment; ~ars. t~orson wn-.I ~en[al a~sease has long oeen Later in my teens Einar Batten discuss individual questions and[ ~ova wade ;. ................... .......... ~- " ..... " .. [liams secretary; Mrs. J. E. Fau-lconsidered one of the important - ~ " ~ - • ' ....roblems t l~owara urOOKS .. tqre ~epartment. tv/c~aaaen wast/Mrs. Boo Jones, Mr. and ~ars.~] e-- 7 r - "'rs Art R ]~ r b ........... mitana ~ofmaaeMt. Pugh,a trip ~Owheretne sum-Nels e • " o [~walter ....... ~ngeorecnt:: ...... c t[, [reasu er; ann lw y- p o lems m vumm r~eaim l,'rom burned about the arms. He was Ivan Jones, Mr and Mrs J~m • • " ........................ " '~- ,,n ~. k..n ~.~ ~'~,...[als, activity reporter A dessertlthe absence due to dental de ~t tr~atuu at tnc ~,~a~ --~P,',~eece, a,u ,,-- a,u ,,,,~ ,,,~=, " "was 'lookout' at the time• He ~ o a #'~ / ' • " " lunch was served The next fects schools have been especial- tal, later being transferred to]Bates. They all returned to the] ....... wi .... : ........ [l'" int~r--te ...... came far down from the peak |0 DneaK un { • zx~tz~g ~ ue uem at t,~ y e ~ u in promoting the is reportedtheEverett he was here onbus-[foraGeneralH°spital-It[h°me°fabM;u;;dand pent the!Mrs's Edwards ] home of Mrs. Carson Williams,[pr°gram/ of dental hygiene and to meet us, took both our pack .... ] , _ • . . v February 1st prevention of caries Research sacks; and entertained us royal- ~OC. iecurflv Law_, /LAKEWOOD LADIES A,~ {heSS, selhng Fare and Accident]evening playing Canasta Mr [ " ~ . ¢ • ly that evening and the next .......... g.. ,,~,,v_ _]TO MEET THURSDAY • " "" key Jacob Rott of Alberta lin oental health and disease has ......... razlner~ are mv~teu to attend] Hostesses who will e~ Insurance. ]Reece and Mrs. Bates won first[ • • "been oin o mrenoon. I Know a great many a meetin " t ......... SUFFERS RELAPSE /prize |Canada, will be held Evangelis-| g g n a long time and others have had the same .. ..!g at ~e veterans ria~l,[the First Lutheran Ladle ou h has been particularly empha M-- Joseph ~rtt suff^r^d a| ---" .... /tic services January 14th thr g [ ' - ~h,~u~ ....... ~ ....~,,~ ~ ~warysvaiie, on ~v~onaay, januarY/of Lakewond nn Th,,r~a~ it. ~ r o. ~ t~ I There was a good attenaance~ ............... ~sizedthehastt"-" a"d t="--- relapse and returned to the Ar-/.~ ,~,~ ~.~t p .... , ~r,~,~h,~ ~= /the zist, at the uapust church.] v ........ teen Mr Bru~ethv ...... 15, .8:15 p.m., when .W. L:[18, are: lVlrs. Lester"Bau! "- ........................... "Everyone' ~s" welcome to attend years :. " ......... ~viatnewes o~ ]he zeaeral sociai rMrs Albert S-~eer and lV~ llngton Hospital Thursday of|sac{at{on meetfng Dr Hoffmani "[ D-ntal "c .... A~so,., ................ woum nKe to compn- s-curit-e y ad--im mstrauon ...... wiHldrew~ " Martin PTho mooti~ lweaSntt w P ~r:n ~hed y??~e/~v~rV.e i~etalkBOgl:;n~v~)s.h~ia:toh/d a re ~ep° some outstanding ed~tormls dur-' v .... | t the church p ' . • o~ ............... ,~, ~ecurhy ~aw be held a al a , • co erlng zarm lunar • is still e y il. {Reade and Mrs. Walter Bates] ..... • . ~" . |primary or milk" teeth and the mg the past year; your last onei ...... " ~ ]2 p.m Members and frle Mr. and Mrs. Jay Ryan and[were appointed on a committeeiRYdis and ~amuy, and attena.-[imnortance of keenin~ tooth of the year, "Bewildered," really of't~ereFWrUml ~ana°pen meetzng]invited. family of Bellingham were Sun-]to raise funds and help for the[~ng the local ti)gn ~cnooi. r~e m/ely-an to promote ~'ooci° dentai being tops. The plain fact -------------~ u. [ day visitors at the home of Mr.{Baby Clinic. The room count waslW rs, t~yais nrotner. /health. ° seems to be, as a statesman and JIM CREEK H D CLUB ~ [ BAKE SALE and Mrs. Bob Jones and family.{won by Mrs. Maude Karger's| Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Crawford~ By far the greatest effect on otherwise Mr. Hoover standsI The Jim Creek Home Demon-[ The Rainbow Girls a~ Sunday dinner guests at theiroom. Mr. Gilday and Mrs. Wab-[are visiting r~latives at lwiami,/Drotectin~ teeth has bean fro,rid nead. and shoulders above any: ~stration Club will meet at thel a bake sale to be held home of Mr. and Mrs. Willard[aunsee served lunch. ,[_ one m wasmngton today; ana home of Mrs. A. T. Fish JanuaryIBackstrom Motor Co. sale. Fla. They had just finished a/~o be the careful--brusl~'ing-'of had we had men of his calibre 18th, 1951. An all-day meetinglon Saturday, Jan. 13, beI Broten and family were Mr and[ The Lions postponed Ladies sightseeing trip in Winter Hay- teeth re ularl t "m" ato ~, • . . g y o eh___m ..... - Mrs. Gib Huntley, Mr. and Mrs. Night from Tuesday until Wed-fen. They write, the weather ~S[~ars and other food nartielo~ and common sense in govern-with potluck luncheon at noon.tat 10:30 a.m. Dick Huntley and son of Bel-lnesday evening, due to a basket-]nice, and they are wearing their[~vhich may aid in-damaging--t'he men[ during the past decade, i~ lingham and Mr. and Mrs. P. S./ball game. ]summer clothes and children are{hard enamel of the teeth no~m~* in place of politicians (Pender-]~ gust product included) and i{ Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Harold, Kuntz[! going bare~oot. /ring decay to take place. ThL~"~"'~__ countless bureaucrats, we] =-it ~_~L~,o,~JiJ ~.~'. vv ~.~• Mr. and Mrs. Bob Reeee visit-land• Mr. and Mrs. HughPeavey. Mrs. Frank Math{s, returnedla job and must be doric , . . I wouldn t be In the tragic mess H ve v~s~tea w~tn ~wrs j rl ~oenmer h da ed at the home of Mr. and Mrs.] " " , • '. • _ I nine Sun y after a trip to{in our names---it is simple and . • ~ e giveth power tothe faint; and to them that ha Sunda evening Mrs Henry r h arohna t e Frank Cole and family on Sat-|_ Y .... • ;. . . INn t C " o visit her moth-] ffeetive. Like any other habit weare [oaay.. ..... ] might he increaseth strength wz[n reIerence In the letter IEv ......... " ...... urday. /.l..empteton o{ AlasKa, WhO m ws-[er, who was ill. ]of cleanliness--it can be devel- from "A Lot nf IT¢ " onnc]om,lncx ~ en the you{us snan rain[ and oe weary, and the yo ........... ' "~ ............ ~' me , n shall utterly ~all The dining and dancing par-if.treK w~th her ..m0th?a" Mrs.I Mr. and Mrs. Troy Nations]aped by beginning early in life. the barbers, I didn t think you I B : tion of the Darrington Reefea-I'uoenmer, snowed simes taken roland family left Saturday for{ --o -- would print a letter from anyone ] t~ut they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their stre~ tion Center owned by Harry{AlasKa-- ....... INorthCarolina,on a vacation]~ ~*}*~ r~ O_!___ ashamed to sign their name to ] y Shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall ~*'-,-o~ld has bee-~ closed until ~virs J~oo ~vans and lvixss ~on- ~ • .-,--~, ~._~ J! ~r~t~n,-~ • "~'~ ..... I : ....... V .... tlimp" ]*g~,,v,,,i.v--. ~w~a*aa*~.~; same Seems we've heard of oth- ~and not be weary; and th~ shall walk, and not faint. smP:Inng~ The pool room will re-[~e~oigmheta~ ~Ir~e~vUaes,lp~e~n~s,[Harold Kuntz, F -I The school children enjoyed all In Town Treasur-- er prices and wages going up ] , Isaiah 40:2 P " ]Mr_ " ri quarter holiday today (Monday) ~ to, including groceries, thanks._~~ Mr. and Mrs_ Howell Whitel~a{ andhMrS" I when the teachers held a meet-] With total receipts of $5 959 14 to inflation• and daughter ~anara and ~wr ~ ~ " " ' and ex endi .... ] ._ ~ ......... "i ~-~ ~rvill~ P--llard was thelmg to dmcuss safety precau-[ p tures of $4,608.93i Yours truly, aria mrs ~ne White leIt a week~,~.~ v = o for the month m OLIVER NYSETHER. ." ....... [~. .... ~.n ..... * ~'~ a birthd~,,[ti°ns in Case we are attacked. I' of Deee ber, the[ CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SUNDAY ago Ior ~_,ong ueacn, UallI., wnere{---'-=u s ...... , . ."hi ~-~o a ..... ~...+, ....... 1. +..left,, treasury addod $1 3502~ t,,~ they wz'll vmit' M.r and Mrs. dinner" g~ven" at the home oz her ............................ . . v ~ts~ ash bal" ~ ~" d~"[Anonymous letters are taboo ........... I .... ,,, Mr nnd r vldetermme grades and credits for] c anee, en ng the--This one got by in an un-I {Z/.~U/~/.~| ~arenc.e wrote ana zam~ly.[~raw~or~ -.;~rid~v~evMnrSn Ca~eYlthe previous semester, tyear with a total of $29,823.52. guarded moment--The vigilance ~ Oq.,ll~]L~ They drove uown aria plan to~'~ " ~ ~, a ~" I " of our readers is appreciated.-- I i .................. I The h~gh schbol gym was~ Sources of revenue were" Tax- sl(les £nenonoreu~.u~tsum~ be home January 15th. - ' es 223 17" b o a r • " r open from 1 to 4 o clock Satur- , $ • , punch d s, Word has been received of thetwere Mr Orwlle Pollard, M .I .................. ] Convenes I0:55 a.m. Ed.] ......... [-*"~ a#-° r~-rr~'~ ~rawford andt aay afternoon zor cnlldren from ~2o8.4b; water, ~l,~bb.Lt); eon-- oz a ~.aoy any to. tne~Miss ~)onna~Crawford [the third through the sixth sumer's deposit $10 garbage •H. D. CLUB TO MEET ~ proua parenrs, ivlr ana Mrs r rea • • ..... • . ~. • ..~ ~.~ w~.,o~,~h ~mnhoU ,f~grade. Mr. John Ireland, Mr. J~m dept., $514.40; gas tax, st. dept., THURSDAY, JAN. 18 ~ In accordance with the Manual of The First Church of CI~ ~urgeon, nwng m [ne small ..................... ~" ......... 514 2" total " 2 . The Arlington Home Demon. | Sczentmt," " m" Boston, Massachusetts,. ,,"The Sabbath schooli ........... I c..~,~ r,~t,,r, od t- her homel GHday and J~mmle Reece su- $ .9 , receipts, $ ,837.70, stration Club will meet at the I dren shall be taught the scriptures. ]own oI Llnue on the island oz ~=,~u=.,. .... , "- • • • • • li uor tax check received too • . ~x weeks wmt with her perwsed the playing. Thin m a q Kauai, one of the Hawwananlafter.a s ...... I ..............a ,,,u~ ~ .... ~,, late to bank Dec 30 .~312144" Gib Foster home on Thursday ~ The first lessoas are the Ten Commandments. the ~manos ~v~r and ~v~rs ~turge e~ ts . " " .. , " . / ~,o ~,ro~o,~o~ .... a ~nn~ be worked out as it goes along, total rec p , $5,959.14. af~rnoon, Jan. 18. ~ Prayer, and the Sermon on the Mount. ane zormer resments of Darrmg | ,, ~'" Ex ~ ure .... " ~'~'~ ............... ~ There will be a grade school pend't .s: Current ex. m~2ue ~ea~°f;trat~n w~ll _be ~ The next lessons consist of questions and answers frol~ ton, Mrs Sturgeon oemg tne ~""~ en . .v.. ........ i Week end t, uests at the home] basketball game here Friday af- P se, $1,858.54, water dept.,. .p . g,. . ess g. the ~Christian Science Quarterly Lesson-Sermons taken fror~ zoner ~auy ~.ewls. The..oa~Ylof Mr and iVIrs Flo~,d Harbin,~ternoon. $627•62; garbage dept•, $1,416•65; uset°~at~oa~rYwiPr°~uct.s:.~ne~em'j Bible and the Christian Science textbook, "Science a~vea January ~rq, welg.nmg[-~r were Mr and Mrs Flo,~dl The high school basketball street dept., $706.12; totalex ........ e ~oster, ~Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker :~ l~ anu x~ ozs r~e has oeen~ •, " • " ~ ~ la ed at Lan " Fr'd ..... s e~ 53~ 68 anu the] CO-hOStesses are lvlauae . • ...... team icy ~ a ~,,~ , ~ ± - Regular and visiting pupils up to the age of twe named Fredrick Lewis Most in I Harbin Jr, and two Children of P Y g Y ... '• "~. ". . Blair and Eleanor Boursaw. ~ . th ~eain~[ I ~iegeht ~,~bii!5~e~Ce~ar9~/2aI. ~U:ewaat c,~pi~ ~, ar. c~rdkfl,y my,ted. $ ,501,37; city street fund, $2,-~ ............... _____,. ~t~22eI~eo~ i~meRs~ Be~'r?ghVnHoward, who has been wW~nnhf~h5p4o~°tl~/i%m~I e 7 ? 502.77; cumulative reserve, $3,- ~ UI'II~IDTIA_N DIJl~l~[U~. ~$UUI]~'1'¥ • v a visiting in North Carolina and 5 points. ~ • .'g g P. ~ • ; Darr mgt.on folks, ha e been P'] ~f,...... ,~¢, i~ ~vn~otor] tn ~rr|v~ The grade school team PlaYed street hght bond fund, $942.62; 699.30; U. S. Securities, $11,480; ~ .... ~, ,!, -- ~,,,,.,., pearmg in {ms paper ............ -~ ~--,~ ............... , • • rourm aria .... ,.~ ....,,,~ Week-end visitors at the home[h°me today (Monday). Marysville Friday afterhoon at{ consumers d epomts, $115; mr- garbage reserve, $240; office ~ " ..~ . .... a ...~ ...~. r,....,. .... I Mrs. A Howard entertained] Marysville, losing 31 to 25. , , ~ort, ~l,6uo.oa; water rand fund, cash, $i00. ~ ~ ~_~x~-~'~vTr~l~i~r~ g"nue~'~nr~lthe Pinochle Party at her home] .Friends attending the funeral " ! ~ I ~ ' "ZY__" ~'__h- .:L'.:-'~:'2~7~.L "ZU'~.U27~" I Wednesday afternoon. Mrs.l oi Mr. ~eorge ryrrell held at ] i ~,.- o...., ......... -~~,. ~^^,.,.[Woody Dasch won hrst prize Sumas F day afternoon were ~. o~,~,u~t~ ,~ ~,--. ~,.,ur.~, .......... o Mrs A~nes Townsend Mrs Wal "~*"r i word has oeen received oI tr~ • ~ , • - ~,~':. i .... ~ ...... a" "~ Mrs Bob: ter Robinson Sr., and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barnhart| ~ ...... ~ ~--~? u~ :. ~r~ ~ x~-~ .... ~. ~ ...... ......... ,~Jrown s morner Mrsi~arson ,,, ~ ~, ~y~,u,,. ~,~,. ~y~t,o,, an~l Iamlly went SKllng a] ' • ' • [ She was living in Bellevue was one of the pallbearers The Mount Baker Sunday They re. - , ........ ,," ....... Iwhere Mr. and Mrs. Crown ~nd four Tyrrell boys flew up from po~eu ~t wa~ aw~u.y corn uut . idau hter Patty reside The bur-California but returned by train. [~al Will take'place in Monroe.iMr- and Mrs. Nystrom took them [ Mr. and Mrs. Crown and daugh-!to the depot in Seattle. Iter are former residents of Par- We had a terrible windstorm THURS..FRL, AN. ll. 2 "Dakota Lir' George Montgomer~ - Marie Windsor Also Stooge Comedy and Duke Ellington Musical -., | SAT., SAN. 13 "Bagdad" Maureen O'Hara - Vincent Price Also Candid Mike No. 3, Winter Capers, and 2-Reel Comedy SUN.-MON., JAN. 14-15 In Technicolor "White Tower" ~len Ford- Valli .Oscar Homolka Also 2 Cartoons and Fox Movietone News ~ :.... UE -WED.. JAN. "Hoedown" Eddie Arnold - Jack O'Mahoney "Port of New York" Scott Brady . K. T. Stevens TM~RS.-FRI.-SAT.,' JAN. 18.19.20 "Broken Arrow" James Stewart - Jeif Chandler Also Walt Disney Cartoon and RKO Specialty rington, Mr. Crown being the school superintendent for sever- al years. I Mr. and Mrs. Jim Reece ~-ncll family were Sunday dinner ^-,~e~-t~ ~t *h~ homo of ~r. and~ :Mrs. Ivan Jones and family. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bates and .~r. and Mrs: Ivan Jones watched the grade school basketball game played at Marysvi]le, Fri-i "lay afternoon, then drove on to Langley to attend the High School game played there in the evening• Mr. and Mrs. Bob Evans and two soldier friends from Fort Lewis visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kuntz and son Ralph Saturday and Sunday. The boys are originally from Texas and got quite a thrill out of our mountains and scenery• The Senior 4-H Girls met at the home of Mrs. Joe Hall{rigs- worth Thursday afternoon, for their regular business meeting• There were seven girls and their leader, Mrs. Hill, attending• Lol~ Hasenyager gave a demonstra. tion on seams• A birthday cake was served in honor of Rose Ma- rie Hasenyager's birthday. last Tuesday night, but no dam- age was reported• The ground was covered with snow Thurs- day morning but was scan gone. Bill London left for Bremer- ton Thursday, where he boarded a United States Navy Ship of the Military Sea Transportation Service. Anniversary It has been one year this week since my first column was ~rinted. I have enjoyed every it of it. So many people ask "Don't you have to spend a lot of time on it and don't you get tired writing?" That's a hard question to answer, I do attend a lot.of things going on, that I wouldn't if it wasn't for the pa- per, for I'm a natural stay-at- home. As for getting tired, I do ~et tired from it but not of it. I have made many new friends and become better acquainted with others• 4-HA Meeting community 4-H get-together will be held at the school house Thursday night, January lath, at 7:30. Mrs. Frances Olsen and Mr. Earl Hope from the County Extension office will show some Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Enyeart:4-H pictures• There will be songs were overnight guests at the~for the congregation and other home of Mr. and Mrs. Horace entertainment• Refreshments Enveart and sons Friday night will be served afterwards• All and visited at the homes of Mr. club members, their parents, and Mrs. William Enyeart and ]caders and persons interested family anc~ Mr. and Mrs. Melvin 4-H work are welcome. Roberts, Saturday. [ Plans are still going ahead foz Mr. and Mrs. Jess Leedle spout i the big Ski Jump to be held Jan- two~ days in Seattle on a bus-luary 21st. More information will {hess trip, last week. [be found elsewhere in the paper. Mr. and Mrs. H. U. Tupper re- ~ ---o ceived word from . their son '~..INI-IOLTZ SERVES Charles Tupper and family, that IN PACIFIC FLEET !they had arrived at their home James E. Reinholtz, boat- :in Eureka, Calif•, safely, swain's mate, first class, USN, aMr'nd and Mrs. Herb Tupper family of Everett were week-end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. U. Tupper. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Vincent and-three children, and Mr. and Mrs. Herb Tupper and family of Everett were Sunday dinner ~uests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. U. Tupper. Week-end ~uests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Winter very Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Winter of Silver Lake. Mrs. A~eline Tatham is quite '!1. She c-t her hand on a rust), nail Friday morning and b~ husband of the former Joyce Burrows of Route 5, Arlington, Wash., is serving in the flag allowance of the Commander-in- Chief of the U. S. Pacific Fleet• Reinholtz, who is the master- at-arms at the Pearl Harbor, T. H., headquarters of Admiral Ar- thur W. Radford, USN, entered the Naval service Jan. 14, 1941. He is a former student at Du- ~oount High School, Wilmington, Del. f) ~ELL 1T-It you nave any articl~ of furniture, not In use, try ,~ Times class{tied ad. GREAT ENGEHE FEATURES • Two Great Engines • Valve.ln-Head Efficiency • Blue-Flame Combustion • Power-Jet Carburetor • Perfected Cooling • S~ecialized 4-Way Lubr~,aUon • Thermostatic Heat Control • ~round Cast Alloy Iron Pistons GREAT CHASSIS FEATURES • Rugged, Rigid Frames • Hypoid Rear Axles Everywhere You 'Look... • Single-Unit Rear Axlp Housings • New Twin-Act]on Rear Brskes ( heavy.~uty models) • New Du~-Shoe Paring Brake (heavy.duty mode/s) • New Torque-Act]on Brakes (llgh#.duty models) • Foot-Operated Parking Brake (models with 3.speed transmi~ion) • Stesrlng Column Gearshift (rood•Is with 3.speed tron#mis$io~) • 4-Speed Synchro-Mesh • Wide Range of SPrings , GREAT CAB AND BODY FEATURES • New Ventipanes in Cabe • Flexi-Mounted Cab • Improved Full-Width Seate • Adlustable Seat Assures Proper Eye Level • Large Door Openings • All-Around Cab Visibility • Side Doors Held Open by Center Stop • Sturdy Steel Construct]on • Unit-Design Bodies • PIck-Up Bodies with F[ueh SIdd Strips • Insulated Panel Bodies • Extra-Strong Stake Bodies • Full-Width Gravel Shield • One-Piece Fenders • Counterbalanced Alligator-Jaw MORE CHEVRoLETS IN USE THAN ANY Y ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON