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PAGE SIX THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, JAN. '11, 1951. Admiral NimRz Due At Bremertoa For Commissioning Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nim- itz, USN, wartime Commander in Chief Pacific, will participate in the commissioning of the aircraft carriers USS ESSEX and USS BUN HOME RICHARD. He will represent Admiral Forrest P. Sherman USN Chief of Naval Operations. The commissioning: ceremonies for the two ships i will take place at the Naval i Shipyard, Bremerton, January 15th. The ESSEX, which has been Old People Enjoy Program Mrs. S. Engeseth, who is liv- ing at the Josephine Sunset Home, in Stanwood, writes us ::hat the old folks staying at the home enjoyed a Christmas party staged for their benefit by Mr. and Mrs. Fiorito and Mrs. Emil, both the ladies being former Ar- :ington girls, Lena Hoidal and Laura Engeseth. Says Mrs. Engeseth: "Mrs. Flu- rito acted as Santa Claus, and gifts were distributed to each of the guests of the Sunset Home. Ceddy Fiorito, 11, played a few :;hristmas carols on the piano and Michael Fiorito, 8, played undergoing extensive modified- Christmas carols on his accor- tion at the Bremerton yard will di~n Ann~ ~in,~t~, a ....... in De placed in commlss on Y -nmod n~tt a ~,l~,, ~;,;,h h,~, ,~,,u' Rear Admiral Daniel E Barbey ..... .~ v--J .............. . _: .... ' The children also tap danced. USN Commandant Tmrteemn ,,... "" v'" Dis'ri t ] All of the old folks were l~a at [ c. RDi treated with ice cream and The BUN HOMME RICHA coo i furni v th ............ I~ k es shed be young nas oeen in motnoali s~a~us .......... I folks. After the program Mrs. m me ~remerton t~roup, racineI Fiorito and Mrs. Emil went to Reserve Fleet. It will be com- [ Arlington to visit relatives. misioned by Vice Admiral [ ,,r~...;-.~ **. ........ D~.., r'-~.,.~..rge D. Murray, USN, Com-I L.,~.,~,,,s .... v,,,s .......... de Pacific Reserve Fleet IHaavik s son, from Seattle, man r o " ]showed a movie depicting the ...... TH&NK$ t Nativity The program was much CArD o en'o ed ;' We wish to extend our heart- J Y felt thanks to all who so kindly[~, ~--"-"~--~ ~ a~isted, and for the .words of l |]hlmn~ ~. ||~Vl mjmpathy, and beautittul floral l _~,~ .... ~.,,,~,,~,. offerings extended to us at the lA}v~r~ | ].~,~ ~teln~nn death of our beloved daughtert ................... Dorleene -- Mr and Mrs Art[ Duane E. Davis, seaman, USN, Glaelsjo " " " ]son of Mr and Mrs. Fred E' Da- Iris, of 109 Olympic Ave., Arling- ]ton, Wash., is serving aboard [the 27,000 ton aircraft carrier ]USS Princeton, now operating in Korean waters. The Princeton is the fifth I Naval vessel to bear that name and was built to replace her I namesake carrier, lost in the Battle " for Leyte Gulf during WoHd War II. She carries fight- Revolutionary new ing and attack squadrons which lmve been lending close support to United Nations ground fo~rces in Korea. This is accomplished by low-level strafing, th'e drop- ping of napalm "fire bombs," and knocking out enemy tanks with rocket fire. O Bill Baghy Jr. Aboard Navy Vessel William H. Bagley, Jr., fire- man apprentice, USN, son of Mr. and bIrs. William H Bagle) of 133 Cox St., Arlington, Wash., is serving aboard the USS Ker- mit Roosevelt, one of the Navy's :eoair ships in the Far East. The ship is officially desig- nated as an internal combustion "epah' vessel, but her crew is re- -o~rceful. It proudly boasts that ~t can do almost any job imag- 'rEIZ~e FORM THEIR O~N FINGERS. inable, including provisioning, Made ot that miracle material, ransferring fuel and water, hos- ~eamy latex, you can wear ~em tot ~ita] work and all kinds of pre- did~&ing, household tasxs, laud- eision and technical jobs. dieting, ga/-dening, etc. Non-slip, Most of the men aboard the tmadvsensifive sudaee. You'll save 2oosevelt are graduates of the twice the price in'one ~.~.~:~.,.~ Navy's specialized t r a i n i n g mvod manicure ! ~~ ~chools, serving to keep the com- ,at ships in figh,ng trim ::~: DARLENE MARrE ~L~ADSIO Darlene Marie Gl~,dsjo, be- ,;