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PAGE EIGHT r _~ -~ Y " -r THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, SHINGTON, THURSDAY, JAN, ]1, 1951. Farmers Sv :znd Capitah'sts, 1 Too Late to Livestock Wd !Nation's Ec n mlc Leaders t'THE IMPORTANCE of the !l farmer in American economy was highlighted by Thos. J. Wat- Son, International Business Ma- chines Corporation Board Chair- man, in his address to the New York Advertising Club when he was recently presented with the Club's annual bronze Plaque of Achievement. "Our farm assets total 127 billion dollars," Mr. Watson said, "and our farmers with their more than 90 per cent equity in their farms have the soundest capitalistic position of' all." Mr. Watson described the farmers as having an influence on everything done in the United States -- socially, economically and politically -- because of their position. "Advertising has played a very important part in putting the farmers where they are," Mr. Watson added, "by proving through advertisements the value of farm machinery and how much :the farmer can accomplish by f~ ~ifarming in the right way. Some Thomas J. Watsoni ~of the finest advertising today is in the farm papers and farm ca-tion, we are increasing the nu~ ! journals." J The speaker also stressed the ber of schools and improving 'need for advertising to keep the facilities for educating our young American way of life before the people. people of the country. "We must "Some 30 years ago, we were always keep in mind," said Mr. spending $48 a student a year. As Watson, "that when any individ- of 1947, we were spending about ual or any country or any organ- $132 a student annually., This ization feels it has 'arrived' and figure continues to increase. In gets complacent, it will not be the past two years we have added Ivery long before it will be going 155 new colleges and universities :in Che other direction." in the United States," the speaker t " Mr. Watson described the rise said. ~|n spiritual and educational values The Advertising Club's award throughout the country. "These was bestowed on Mr. Watson by values," he said, "are what we Andrew J. Haire, past president have to depend on for the success of the Club and president of the and security of our future. Mere- Haire Publishing Company. Last I bership in churches is growing year's award recipient'wa~ Gen- faster than the population. In edu- eral Dwight D. Eisenhov~r. , - COUNCIL ADJUSTS Coll. Int. Rev., w/h' taxes 183.60 GARBAGE RATES gcAlpin Garage, light .... 4.50 Elmer Waugh, wiring ...... 42.71 (Continued from Page 1) Western Foundry, furnace possible to have city assistance plate ..... ............................. 30.40 in this work. Paul Van Horn of- Fred E. Davis, air valve .... 3.71 fered to render assistance in Howard Cooper .................. 77.25 this, and it is expected the re- moval will be accomplished be- Total ...................... ~ ........ fore time to plant in the early spring:. C~rbage Rate Adjustment Fred Thunberg, chairman of the Sanitation committee, stated that a survey of rates had been made, and it was found that Street Dept. Peter Enault, salary .......... $241.80 Gordon Quilitz, salary ...... 261.80 C. W. Hill, salary ................ 7.50 Arl. Auto Parts, tr. parts. 15.12 Cordz Battery, supplies ..... 78 Massar Lumber Co., Methodist Church Arnt O. Quall, pastor Clmrch School 9:45 a.m. Mr. Leo McCullough, supt. Morning service 11 a.m. Subject: "A Double Cure for a Double Ail- ment." • Choir practice Thursday, 8 p.m. Prayer meeting at parsonage Thursday evening. Assembly of God M. F. Funderburk, pastor Sunday, Jan. 14 -- Sunday School 9:45. Mrs. J. B. Emory, supt. Morning worship at 11 a.m. Services at the Rest Homes at 2:30 p.m. Evening evangelistic service at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 17 -- Young people from Burlington will nave charge of our youth meet- ing. Friday~ Jan. 19--Annual bus- iness meeting of the church. All members urged to be present. We are enjoying a real revival spirit in our services. Salem-Bethany Lutheran Free Churches C. E. Dyrud, pastor Salem in Silvana: Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Service 11 a.m. Sermon topic, "What Do You Thirst For?" Choir practice 8 p.m. Monday. Wednesday, Confirmation Class 4 p.m. Mid- week service 8 p.m. at the Les- ter Christiansen home. Bethany in Lakewood: Sun- day School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- vice 2 p~m. Annual business meeting of Bethany Congrega- tion 1:30 p.m. Monday, the 15th. A hearty welcome to all services. First United Congregational A. D. Brokaw, minister Sunday School 9:45. Church Service 11:00. In absence of Rev. Brokaw Rev. Chas. D. Gaffney will conduct the services. lumber .............................. 8.65i Shell Oil Co., gas ................ 26,12 Our Savior's No. Coast Chemical, !Lutheran Church 4 brooms ................. ........ 9.34 M. J. K. Fuhr, pastor Wardell Radiator Works, Sunday school at 9:45 a.m. Di- repairs .............................. 8.24 vine worship at 11, sermon sub- Dept. of Labor, Ind. Ins ..... 21.61 ject: "Water of Life." Special Coll. Int. Rev., w/h taxes 109.20~music by the choir. Adult in- there are some inconsistencies in the commercial district, and these have been adjusted, the new rates taking effect February 1st. A new rate also has been set for collections outside the city limits, same being $2.00 per month for once-a-week collec- tion. There is no change in rates for residential collections. Fire Dept. Report The council was informed of the election of officers of the struction class on Tuesday, 7:30 TOTAL r ........................... $710.16 : p.m., at the parsonage. Choir Water Dept. 'practice on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Paul Van Horn, salary....$282.40iThe Lutheran Guild will meet A. J. Hill, salary .......... : ..... 43.00ion Wednesday, 8 p.m., at the Arl. Auto Parts, grease ~^ gun .................................. 6.1;5 ~r}. Darr. Truck Co., freight ................................ 1.02 Wm. Jensen, acetylene .... 11.91 ..... D., power ................. 162.4o C. W. Hill, salary ............ 20.00 Gamon Meter Co., meter parts .................................. 41.29 .. D. Fowler Co., supplies ~1.81 Dept. of Labor, Ind. Ins ..... 10.81 Zoll. Int. Rev., w/h taxes 118.80 TOTAL .............................. $~ ~arbage Dept. Clarence Tjepkema, sal.._$270.00 A. J. Hill, sal ....................... 80.00 ~rl. Auto Parts, signal 8.-- arm .................................... :ordz Battery, condenser__ 3hell Oil Co., gas ............ 30113 Howard Cooper Corp, truck contr ........ .~ ............. 700.00 Paramount Pest Service, 4 mo. serv ....................... 1(~0.00 Dept. of Labor, Ind. Ins ..... 10.81 O TOTAL ............................ $1200.36 Fire Department for 1951, same being Frank Arnot, chief; Gor- don Quilitz, assistant chief; Nor- man Saylor, sec.-treas.; Clarence Hanson, president; J. C. Carpen- ter, advisory board. Warren Per- rigo, capt., No. 1; Norman Say- lor,, Capt. No. 2; Web. Moorman, Capt. No. 3; Olof Pearson, Equipment Capt. The following bills were al- lowed: Current Expense ~ VCm. Bagley, salary .......... $241.80 ....... Jack J. Barney, salary .... 251.80 J. P. Mathews, salary ........ 50.00 ..... "~V. R. Stout, salary ............ 35.00 C. W. Hill, salary ................ 40.20 Art. Auto Parts, supplies.. 10.29 Ralph Alexan~,~chains.. 9.50 Vern Rice, fuel pump ........ 9.63 Arl. Hdwe. Co., supplies .... 6.63 ....... ~ Arl. Vol. Fire Dept., sal ..... 25,t.0(J Backstrom Motor, parts .... 2.29 Coast-to-Coast Store, sup. 2.50 Cordz Battery Shop, sup... 34.13 .......... O. G. Kesling, salary ........ 100.00 P. U. D., st. lights, & elec. 193.90 Shell Oil Co., gas .............. 26.12 Herbert York, bulldozing 90.00 GRAND TOTAL ............ m LINGTON, WASHINOTON Phone 49 3 I home of Mrs. Lee Lampe, Mari- !lyn McClure co-hostess. Junior confirmation instruc- tion on Saturday beginning at 9:30 a.m. The church board of trustees meets tonight, Jan. 12, 8 p.m., at the parsonage. Silvana-Lakewood Lutheran Parish J. H. lVIyrwang, pastor Zion Lutheran, Silvana: Sun- day, Jan. 14, 10 a.m., Sunday School; 11 a.m., worship services. Tuesday, Jan. 16, 8 p.m., an- nual meeting of congregation. Urgently necessary that all members attend this meeting. Lunch will be served. Wednes- day, 8 p.m., choir practice. First Lutheran, Lakewood Saturday, Jan. 13, 8 p.m., an- nual meeting of congregation. Full attendance urged. Sunday, Jan. 14, 10 a.m., Sunday School. Tuesdays, 8 p.m., choir practice. --Thursday, Jan. 18, 2 p.m., the L. A. Society meets. Free Methodist Church "The Church of the Light and Life Hour" Floyd M. Todd, Pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Grad- ed Bible instruction for every age. Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Y. "P. M. S., 7:15 p.m.; evening evan- gelistic service, 8 p.m. The Church of Jesus Christ Latter Day Saints Sunday School 10:30 a.m. American Legion Club. Relief Society Tuesday 1:00 p m. at home of Glen Simkins a. 3. Christian Science Christian Science Society, edi lice, corner Fourth & Dunham. A Branch of The Mother Church The First Church of Christ Scientist, Boston, Mass. Sunday School 10:55 a.m. Sunday Service 11 a.m. Reading room. Church edifice open Wednesdays, hours 2 to p.m., and 6:45 to 7:45 p.m. Wednesday testimonial meet- ing 8 p.m. The subject for the Lesson-Ser- mon for Sunday, January 14, is: "Sacrament." Seventh.Day Adventist Church Sabbath School 9:45; Devotion- al services 11 a.m. Mid-week ser- vice Wednesday, 8:00. All wel- come. Blue Mt. Church: Sabbath school 9:45; Church hour 11:00. Catholic Church Sunday masses: Arlington--- 9:00---1st, 3rd, 5th Sundays. 11:00--2nd, 4th Sunday. Stanwood-- 9:(D--2nd, 4th Sunday. ll:0(O-lst, 3rd, 5th Sunday. Faith Mission Church Bro. Adamson in charge. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning worship, 11. Evening worship, 7:45. Weekly services T u e s d a y, Thursday and Saturday, 7:45. 7", '~ r~. T~, ",t ~A:.:..NGTO:, CHURCHES: /2..2:h~92~:: Llethcdist Church Mrs. Nellie Cooke, pastor Sunday School 10 a.m. Church service 11 a.m. Churci~ service 7:30 p.m. Prayer and Bible study Wed- nesday, 7:30. Catholic Church (Darrington) First and third Saturday in the month at 9 a.m. Church service at 11 a.m. Sgnday evening services at 7:45. Pentecostal Church C. B. Andrews, pastor Evening services Tuesday and Friday evenings at 8. Sunday School Sundays at 10 a.m. CICERO Mary Monty, correspondent. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Running have leased their farm, effective Feb. 1st, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flatt of the Trafton district. The Runnings will be living in town in the new home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Meier on the hospital hill. Mrs. Minnie Tyler spent New Year's Day at the Grote.Bucklin home. That afternoon, Mrs. Bucklin was called to Snohomish to care for the daughter of the Wilfred Grotes while Mrs. Grote CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our deep- est appreciation for all the kind- ness and sympathy extended to us during the illness and death of our beloved husband and father, George W. Tyrrell.---Ra- chel Tyrrell, LolL and Ralph Collins, George, Alfred, Lloyd and James Tyr}ell. was ill. She helped there from Monday through Friday. On Fri- day everring, the Wilfred Grotes, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Apprill and Mrs. Bucklin, came to celebrate Bill Grote's birthday with him. Hollis Main, of Snoqualmie, spent the past week-end at the home of his brother John and family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fisher and daughter of Sedro-Woolley spent Sunday at the Megard home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schagel of Seattle spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Christlen. Mr. Schagel is a brother of Mrs. Christlen. Mt. Wheeler Grange plans a "Cootie party" for their next meeting, Jan. 19th. Each patron is asked to bring a small parcel suitable for a prize. Better be there as a good time is in store for you. Slaughter cows, bU# young calves and y~ GEORGE PIF1] WANTED -- Single drum donkey, with * motor and cable. Write A. F. Arlington. FOR SALE -- '39 good condition. A. R. 3, Arlington of Oso). FOR SALE--5 Toulo~ $25.00, or $6.00 R. 2, Phone 277W5. FOR SALE--Nursin electrically used as dwelling home. Phone Nursing Home, R. MADE WITH BUTTER AND FRESH EGGS! 1 • • • NEW! HONEY FLAVORED REAL ROAST. FINE QUALITY YET LOW IN PRICE! CF AC](ED ~ 1 • • • • PEANUT BUTTER • • 24-oz• jar 49c FULL OF PLUMP CALIFORNIA RAISINS TORPEDO TUNA • . • 6-oz• can 27c . • • • )OVEN BAKED, REAL OLD FASHIONED FLAVOR N B & M BEANS •. • 28-oz• can 25c pI}fATo iLRiR , CHURCH'S, PURE FRUIT JUICE. 24-OZ. BO'I~LE • S • GRAPE JUICE ...... 3 for $1 'VITH REAL CARAWAY SEEn FOR QUICK, TASTY INEXPENSIVE MEALS KRAFT DINNER .... 2 for 23c • . . . . Canterbury Tea Ό b. Ctn ....29c Ctn ..... 57c 16 Tea Bags ..18c 48 Tea Bags..49c A good quality tea at a money saving price! FRESH BUTTER, Dairy Glen ........ l-lb. 75c SUNNYBANK MARGARINE, fresh..2-1bs. 74c LARGE "A" EGGS, Wash. Co-0p ..... Doz. 54c NOB HILL COFFEE (2-lb. 1.61)... l-lb. bag 82c EDWARDS COFFEE (2.1b: 1.71)..l-lb. can 87c GRAPEFRUIT Segments, Glenn Aire 20-oz. 24c • SLEEPY HOLLOW SYRUP ........ 24-oz. 26c I I Armour's "Star" and other fancy hams. 12 In ,o ,~ ~uoo ~,..s ~, Special value! Diamond 'F' or Hormel's Piece Bacon. 6 to 10-lb. sizes. POUND F~n Cy Sliced Bacon Hormel's "Dairy" or Armour's ~l[~c '.'Star" ......LB. t~ ROCKFISH Fillets Ready for the pan! Wonderful 3T value ...... LB. Guaranteed Beef U. S. "Oood" Rib Roast • lb• 79c Sirloin or Round. "Good" Beef Steaks • lb• 89c Plate or Brisket Boiling Beef. lb• 35c Fresh ground every day Ground Beef• Ib• 63c Grain-fed Pork Center Ioln cuts Pork Chops• lb. 59c Round Bone, shoulder Pork Roast • ib• 41c Country Style pure Pork Sausage lb 45c I&'|[1TINO* DHES~ED ~So New Customer Suzanna Pane Use the 2½-lb. package~ don't agree that the are the best, return the full refund. 10-LB. BAG 2 -LB. CTN. Fancy golden ripe fruit. Wonderful value ! .......................... LB. Extra fancy grade. (24-1b. box 1.80) ............... Yakima Potatoes U. S. No. 1, famous Net- ted G e m s. 10~Lb. W a shed cleaned. ' Bag SWEET Large, s w e e t juicy ~alifor- nia oranges. JUICE SIZE ½ Case 5-Lb. Bag Blue or Green. Bake and serve with butter HUBBARD SQUASH • Fancy U. S. No. 1. Boil and serve with cream sauce YELLOWDRY ONIONS . 10-lb. LUX FLAKES For washing fine fabrics. 121/2.OZ. CTN WHITE KING Granulated soap pow- der. 22.OZ. CTN ..... LIFEBUOY Refreshing and health ful. REG. BAR .............. WRISLEY SOAP 10 assorted toilet soaps. 10 BARS FOR BORAX POWDER Famous 20 Mule Team. 2-LB. CTN ..... 1 OXYDOL SOAP New deep cleaning Oxydol. 65,OZ. CTN. (~C LAVA SOAP Cleans grimy hands ly. LARGE BAR ........ quick- PALMOLIVE For lovely complexions. 9 REG. BAR ........................ C TREND SUDS" For every washing n e e d. 12,/,.oz. c,.,o. .............. 2/43c IVORY SOAP " Pure, mild floating 7~' Ivory. PERSONAL ........ SUNSHINE, SALTED SODAS PURE VEGETABLE SHORTENING m • • • • ROYAL SATIN, ALL PURPOSE • m NOURISHING, MOIST TYPE • • • m GUILD CALIFORNIA SHERRY, MUSCATEL or • • • • OLYMPIA, RAINIER, LUCKY LAGER. U-OZ. PLUS DEP. CASE S CAMEL, LUCKY STRIKE, OLD GOLD, RALEIGH • • S • Prices e~e Friday and Saturday, I I in Arlin~n, subject to market changes and dealers. Sorry, we must reserve, the right to limit