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iPAOE TWO THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, JAN. 15, 1953. I . " ]]California and found some roughI 9 Opening Centenmal New Game Range I [Iging over northern California[I A .T ] Adequate Bookkeep g u_.... u__.L 9 lU^:__ C.,^LU.L^J /I BRYANT hand Oregon. Jim has been sta-]l 2"II~l.~11YLvIUI 1-1"1~.~. [tIT ! / r, /~.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'~. i I[-~[k:Llll lV|dlLJl i. I Ji~Clil~ JL~aI,~I~JUIDJLICU I I Alice Thomsen I Itioned on the U.S.S. Naiseh, a de-]l Norita Tveit Phone 256J4 Ill, ceded on rarm ~[ Phone 250W3 [ stroyer escort and was overseas ' Oneofthe featuresof theopen- Seattle, Dec. 31.--When options .................. c...;..~ ]from ulv to December ann w&si[ ~'~.-- ^.1, .................. |[ At this time of year, when one /~1~_~%~"'~ .... lvxl g~llllt:ul ~lllur~t= uL O~'llll~" J j , lll~ ~lxlll~i;tull ~l~l~i~llt~ ~.,llUZ~LI" lug Terr,tor,al Centenmal pro. now held by the State Game De-j ...... " ......................... [in Korea [iers will me ~ "~ is closing up the year's business, [1~_~(~\ ,~*~,: .......... p ~,,? ~,~s ..... i v~ ". partment are .taken up, some week at the home of his uncle, The Joe Wahleithner family January 19th, at the home of getting ready to make final re- ~rl~ t~e,aov:~Yinranasome n Ra [50,000 acres of additional land,IFred Smoke. [were in Seattle on a business Mrs..Lloyd Hartley at 7:30. Any- ports, and thinking of getting L~!/ ~.. t u...[ ~... : .... lembracing the well known Dill-j Mrs Susan Davis was taken]trip Tuesday. tone mteres[eo in singing is wel-]started in the next year's oper- -'-/ ~ * ._. ~asus oz.]nose [o rece~ye mwta-]ing Brothers holdings in the Col-]suddenly ill and entered the Ar-~ Many in this district will re- [cme [o attenu. ] at[on is a good time to study the OKICIYAPI TAWANKA ~.z~tons are oemg maue up. now as ockum area, will be added, to the hngton" "HospRal" Tuesday eve- member Grandma Emma Ree(l.. The James Taylor family vis-. method of bookkeeping used in CAMP FIRE " ~he WOrK OI ao(lressm~ them 103,724.19 acres now lncluded[nin,, She is renorted well enouoh[She nassed away Tuesday, Jan.[lted at the George Garka home in connection with the farm's oper- ~. ........ ~t be well unoer way Dy ~eo. in the state's eight big game to ~o to her pa~ents home Friday.t6 after a linge~ng illness. She]Everett, Friday evening, fat[on. Does the system used, give r.:~e ~u~l~yap~ ann ~, .............. [ ange . [ W~n~da~, ~b~H n-on to add]was m the Brewster Hosp~tal[ Mrs. Helen Starr accompamedtall the mformatmn needed, not ,~ ~, .... ~ ~,~ ~,~,,~, Je~rs~ on the invitation llSt, OZ ....... ., ...... , nl t nabl the o erat r to ........................... ...... ~ ,~..~.~ .... 1....~ ~,~ .. I When consummated, thin pur-Jt~ hor rni~fnrtHno hor h~use[since September 1950. John]Mrs. Marxen and Mrs. Grace{o y o e e p o , .... L-,~n ......... t- ~.,.~ ~,:~,,~, *~ x,=~,~,=,,t'=,=~ ~,*~=, ...................... , .... r i h ret r forms ~"'"~" "" "~'" *~'" ~"~ :~ ....t~..,... ~.... +,.~ u~,~o~n,~..~]chase will be the largest smgle[eau~ht fire The Fire Denartment,Thmsen and hm daughter DonsJKmg to the Snohomlsh CountylP oper]y f 11 out t e u n ,~ ...... ,~ ,h,~ h,,oh,~,,, ~.,~ ~.~ .~A..,~. .... , ~.~o ~.~,~.,,~ ]acquisition of lands ever made wa~ oallod h littlo darn~ae was Haddenham left last Friday by,hue offmers O.E.S. meeting held that are needed, but do s t g , .... ~ ............ for theI ............................... - ..................... o " " the o erator a little information ....... s--,-,~, s ......... ~..~ .., ,~... r, ....... c, ..... Jby the Game Department. AfterJdone eenterin~ around the stove[tram to attend her funeral at[m Monroe last Frzday. P ,,,,.~ ...... uot~,, u .... , .,xa~,?,,. ~,~ ,~,,.s,=~f, ,Jv.~t-lapprova1 for the purchase was]~...~.^ ..... ~. ~.~ r~..-. ,.[Mansfield Saturday returning[Mr and Mrs Victor Fre,,dlabut activities of the farm and v,~,- s-,,~,~,.-- .... v ~.,--,, the states ann to o11[- . . H~ t~z~ z~u~c zuu~. ~w~. ~.~va~ ~ . . j' .... ot . _ oP P~ .[given by the Game Commzsslon,]]iving on tho Ri.~ol nl~oo on theJhome Monday evening. Dons andJwere visitors at the Anton Lud-twhmh ones failed to pay their t.~r~.ev ,t-~r~ ~av ,-._~e~m ~ma~, ousmess anu pro~essmna~ --~, ........ ~,,,...~ ....... ,~. ...... ,~. [a public hearing was held at E1-]Sun'~avroa~l~ ................ [Lester brought John up from Ev-[vigson residence in Arlington onlWay For example, if there were ".-" "'~-. ".-- .~ "." At~'tUA~ a,..~uoo t~= ,.,,.~UL~.~j. " I I~r~hH~'cr xx~har~ lr~r,~l l~ndnwn I .. " " .- . [,~r,~tf ~-- ~ - ~noultr" and berries raised on the l we me[ lvionoay niter The invitation will be a four- :~_:':_~5b'_,~:,'_~'Y_jZ.~^:,-"..~."]..'~ Mr. and Mrs.Amert Peoersonl~-~_~*" . ..... ibaturaay. ]~laee ~did b-th -f those lines oftJan 12 at the home of 12 ]page three-color affair, with en- ex~)ressedUt~eir"a?proval Po~V~'l~e of Warm Beach,Mrs. Herb Ger-[..Kenny l ngram celebrated, nis[ Mr. and Mrs. Anton K. Fobergl production return something for[ Palmer: We talked about ~Io~,~ to match, p. . lmain and children of Arlington.lDlrthday bunaay, lvir. anu iv~rs.jof Seattle were visitors at the Art[th,~ l~h ....... a,~n a~n ,,,,~ l~,,~Jbol~rams and about the , Th~e"Centennial organization is pro[eeL _ ....... ]Mr.. and Mrs. Nebinfuhr and}Fifield and daughter. Charlotte,]Tveit home on Sunday. Id~nroductio~h'ave' t'o"h'el~ "thelfrom the candy mint sale ,~xi~u.g that invitation gu~ges. [ Long oeslrefl oy tne t~ame De- I Baroara oz ~eattle were callerslO[ ~Vlr. vernon, nelpeo him en-i ^,~ .~, ........ , .~..~+~.^- ~,1 .-~ .. . ~" . I ~,~ ,,,,,,t~,~,~ ,,, ,,,,, ,v~ ------ ................... -- i r rt has n t . ~,, a..=.,~,,, s=~-tug~t.~r a~ o[ner Wltfl expenses. A system ..o. ..u...~ .,, .,. .... : come from all parts of the[partment, th s p o.pe. y . o. Jut the Karl Bratland home Sun-}joy his b~rthday cake. JMrs Harry Carlson's last Wed- [,.,~--~ ,,,,,, -~ .... an^n *.., .... ] books.--Annette B Espe s~ hitherto oeen available. It win da . . . ,~..~. ,~.. ~**= auu=u ...u..,~- , l~,ate, but they should be sent m[ ....... [ Y: ....... i Mrs. Ehzabeth Ingham went[nesday was en)oyed by Mrs. Iraltion The- kent for a few years I--------- *Wither dela~ . ]~e, pal%~otr~larg.~yhzromaccumudr" Fatty-eight me.moers .at~noealto Marysville January 7 to a]Leffler, Mrs. Arthur Tveit, Cath-[w~il quicl~ly ~how those (l~ings]BLUEJAY BLUE BIRDS "there m a limit to the numDerl .... ~ -*~t..~:;- ........... :-:.:.--~l~,range ms[ yrmay mgnr. ~zXimee[ing oz flume J~conomics/erine Dirks Mr~ Me-er Mrs t,~._+ .'.^ .._; ..... *;+-"'~ *^- ~-~-~-~ ~,,r ~'ro ..... * ~* *~rs. ' non[laDle ior this ur use when . , , .9, , Lll(:]l.t ~l.l~::: J[lot ~.~$ ~IUJ.ILGtOI~:5" J.UA 111111 %J~' 8 uP lllgt at ,2L ,Ipv Uons that can be sentI .... ~otoa ..... [teen2ewmembers took the 3rdiChormen. Sn?home. Coun [Clarence Swanson, Mrs. Goldie]to carry on in connection withlgett's home on Monday, ~mr, said t;napin yoster, director ~Z':t~.*~'-", -;"..'~"'y .... %- .-.~-:p~la,U ~t,t uct;tv~. I Mr. ann Mrs. wm. ivicyarlana3Johnson of Burn Hill and Mrs ~ ...... "..1...a ..... ~.....-,.. ), ~f the Centennial. "Those sending[Wfl,i De one oz [ne largest m~nejwork Day at Gzange [Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bowles and[victor Frevd ' .tins iarmmg operauons: . . r~)ro~tst,,l~e,=trea~.~.~.,~oret~ state secona omy to [ne uaK r d a Brende t - Such a system neea no~ De :in names must bear in mind that l~ ;, ..... I The new hall is coming along JM s. E n muhl a tended[ Mr and ~/irs Clarence Swan-I ....... ~,eland scribe " of necessity we must send these[_~ree~ range, cornpr~sea oz ~"ifine. The chimney is peeking up|a Grange officers' meeting atlson and boys enjoyed dinner aticmplica[eu" ~nee~s o[ paperl=~ ..... ' ~" " ~invltations to top busines and]7zt~'u~acres" :rne uoloczum areaiover the roof. Brother Wrage ex-JGarden City Grange Hall lastJthe home of Mr. and Mrs. NickiPrperly prepared or the prop.er~sNORAMAy GROUP Immfesslonal leaders across the[]s parncularw SUl[aDle. as a[pects to start the wiring Satur-ISunday. JSwanson of Cicero on Sunclayjtype oz account nook w~n eas~lyt We talked about our n game range oecause ~[ m excel r ~ountry. "We think we have the[ ...... '.'Jday. We hope for a good turnout Saturday callers at the Thom-[ There will be a uotluck sup'per]Pe mit the operator to enter [nejbooks and our beads. TI political lists pretty well madeJlrean~yea~rfUn~saeaer ain%e~[for the workday Saturday. There sen home were Mr. and Mrs. C.[at the Community'Hall Saturday!~.ncme ~tems and the expensejtalked about selling and ,~np now. We must have the namesl ~ ,. ...... :.~_ twill be a good hot lunch at noon. H. Jack of Seattle. Saturday eve-]evening at 7:00 sharn! This will] ]tems..mr tne a k~zerent types or]the Children's Digest. Jud~ ~ery soon and of course when the Jpart ox [nearea now uunzea oy] Mike Kronholm, Jr., and son'ning callers were Mr. and MrSAbe followed by pictures shown by[peratmn zor wmcn ne wmnes [olander brought the treat , large numoers o[ aeer ana ap R Ma in of Route 2 I Keep recora The ~x[enslon ~er oran e ~Ipply runs out well have tot ......... "Jof Anacortes visited Sunday atlJ. PP" . IMr. S. F. Donnell of his trip with, . "o " "[ g pop and doughn ~Lop." [proxlmazeiy x,~o~ elK:. . [the Mike Kronholm home. There will be a dance at thetthe Trail Riders last summer [vice .has a iarm account booK]Darlene Underwood scrib Suggestions should be sent to[ The .primary objecuve in es-[ There will be a square dance Bryant Hall Saturday, Jan. 24,I A/2c Ronaid Tveit called" hislwnicn, may ,oe secureo at theI .................... ~.entennial Headquarters, 315 No.itaonsnmg.tne coioc~um range ~Sisocia1 at the Grandwew Recrea-with musm by the Grange or-l family' the Art Tveits, on Sun-ICun.w. Agems office m ~:verett, ltotal expenses, will be o1 t ~.diurn Way, Tacoma. Address]to guarantee the conunuanee o T[tiorl Hall at 8 p.m. Saturday,]chestra. . . . ]day. He tells everyone "hello"]wmen ~s.suppnea w~[n a numDerland interest to the farm o: mmzmation should be eompmte,[.a permanent deer ann eig hera] January 24. - All .Grange laaie.s rememoer to[ and claims they have had lovely]m..aireay ruled sneers anq ~ne] Now is a good time to get also the reason for inclusion of[~.n tne regmn, avaua~.le xor p um[ Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kaekman turn m your gitenen plans a~ weather in Texas the past week mz~eren[ accounts mat ne w~snes[on such a system for the "the name or names tim nunting. Acquisition of me]had as dinner guests Saturdavithe next Grange meeting, Janu-[ See you rmxt week and I ho~e[t zeep can oe quickly ann easi-[vear Substitutions of afternoon and[area .places Washington .sports-]night, Lloyd's " cousin Albert dry 23. [everyo~ne in-the community ge~t~]ly.written.,across the top. of the[- " ARNOLD Z. $1~ ~quet programs will be made]men m.the pos~uon ox pemg as:]Beck, and his wife Corn and How about seeing some newlover their colds and the flu. [e_ommns. une sneet can oe used[ County Extension that those attending those oro-]sureo oz access [o one oz [ne oesz uncle Earl Thorsen, of Hogland faces at the Saturday workday? The Arlington Heights Girls'l~or expenses ann anomer can oe[~ t~rams in Olympia on t-he 2nd ~vill[ hunting, areas in the state. Be.-J Mont. Mr. Beck is a wheat r-anch-] It is all inside work now and at 4-H Club m~et at the" home of[used for income. I| be able to have coDies ..... of thislsines mgcgame,nsid r meble regmn ..... ZS]er and is enjoying..... _ a two. weeksq hot.. lunch is served.. . This.. shouldl Mar'or[e] Tveit Monday evening.I Bookkeeping on the farm is[J BUTL .R PLUMT rhmndsome brochure, inos~ u) a o .e~a number OZ[vacatmn wmtmg relatives m[be a communlw projec~ as the[There were eight members pres-~something that must be done][ o ,, cnuKars, especially in rne lower/ Oregon and Washington. [whole community will benefit ent Reports were given on now and a system which will[[ 604 Fifth Street | ] reaches along the Columbia riv-[ Jim Wahleithner, son of Mr.]by the new hall. IChristmas doings and we dis.]give a little information about[[ Phone 29 er breaks and Mr J ......... J J s. Joe Wahleithner, dr-[ o-------------- Icussed a program for the Com-lthe value of the different kindsl] ] ~"I(,.)ULT~ J When acquired, it is planned]rived home January 4th, on a 30-[ RUBBER STAMPS [munity Club. Marjorie served re-tof production, in addition to just][ ARLINGTON, ......... , to utilize all available productive[day furlough. He flew up from] ARLINGTON PTG. CO., PH. 493 [freshments.--Judith Starr ]giving the total income and the' .___ .a~r. aria ~rs. ~. ~.. ~urnnam land of the area for raising hay[ ~ - -- ~' - ..... -- ~ ------- Thornton, mr: ana Mrs. NickI and other feed for big game use[ V#'"tT Tgl TI~~ g-~ ~~T TK-lt "[~"I~'~TTI~IT~ '1 ~er and two aaugh~ers oz ~:v- when winter feeding, becomes[ .~ ~.J~ ~'J.~ ~.~ JL' l~,l~,.E_a J.~..~ JLJl.gl..~J..L~1.9 ,ere.t~ were d_in_ne.r.guests of Mr. necessary because of=unusually[ ant/ Mrs, c. D. Llezer on unoay. ~vere wi,,~-~ i . @ I Ifyou've thought it takes gas-eating weight and hard-to-park bounce, pitch and sway to bother you, ~o uncomfortable length to give real tiding comfort you ought to try this '53 on curves. Ford's new Miracle Ride marks a new era ~ents. Above ~ntltled Court. By Myrtle Jot-a Mrs. Jack Krell was honored dan. Deputy. J O. W. HINMAN, Attorney for ]~xecu-[ a stork shower on Thursday, for, R. 1, Arlington, Wash. [ the home of Mrs. Howard Crip- Date of first pub., Jan. 1, 1953. ] The hostesses, Mrs. Crippen, D~te of last pub., Jan. 15, 1953. ~r~ AI Herring and Mrs. Vern ~ ~0 ~ ~ ~nnd ~ards, served a 1 0 clock des- friends. 1 Thursday-Friday-Saturday 15-16-17 1 WARN! OROS. THE GREAT OOY ANO Akl. THE OOL" DAIRNEO GREATNESS OF 't~rANRIN~ COLOR BY ~~ AND NO ADVANCE IN PRICES JJ Hla IFIther as MrlI.Wili ROgeltl; =.,o--.o.,-[DI]lE CANTOR-''- Ford. For Ford's new Miracle Ride actually seems to lay a comfort and quiet. It's another big reason why Ford carpet of smoothness even over the roughest roads.There's no more when you buy it . . . worth more when you sell White s;dewall tires opt~al at extra cost. Equipment, accessories and trim subiect to change withoutnoflce. The New Standard of the American Road ............................................. ......................... ............ You've got to Value Check this new Ford .... ................ 41 "Worth More" features, to know why ~:?::: i:>:: ~.:. :ii:!:i ............... Ford is worth more when you buy it... .... .... worth more when you sell it! ~:i~:i:i: :::!: ::: ::: :: : : ::: ::: ::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::i:i:~:::!:i:i~:i: :i:i:i:~ ~:~:::::::~:::::::::::::::::::::: : : ~::~::i::i!::iiiiii::::::::!i::ili:.~ .iii~]~i~i!~:.i~i~iiii~ii]~i~i~:!:~i~!i:.~!~i~i~!~/~;~ ~!~i::~i::~i::i::iiJi:::/ii::::::!ii::::::!:::::: ~ In this ncw '53 Ford you'll find not only a new concept 0 i ..................................................................................................................... riding and driving comfort.., you'll find more of the thin want and need than in othcr in thc lwnl 80% less road shockl Byincreas- Automatic Ride Control ! Ford's All day comfort ! Scientifically you any car .o_-t.r.ce ing front wheel travel and rede- Variable-Rate rear spring sus- designed contour seats, both You'll find the "Go" you need, in Ford's hi signing the rubber compression pension actually makes the effec- front and rear, have thick foam V-8 and Six engines (and both thrive on regular gas). bumpers, front end road shock is tire spring r%fiffncss" vary auto- rubber cushions. Non-sag spring find the great, all-round visibility.., the easy handling, rcduccd asmuchasS0%.~prings matically as road and load con- construction is firm yet resilient, ing and parking you need for today's trai ic. And are tailored-to-weight of each ditions change. You get a smooth, Automatic Posture Control pro- model, for best tiding comfort, level, comfortable ride on boule- rides the most convenient seat- appreciate beauty that "belongs," wherever you may whichever model you buy. yard or roughest back road. ing position for all drivers. No wonder Ford is the New Standard of the American P'..Ao See it...Value Check it... Test Drive it "Arlington's Friendly Ford Dealer Since 1931" Phone i771 ' Arlington, Wash\ , : ,,, GREAT TV! FORD THEATRE, KING 7p.m. SUNDAY