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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, JAN. 15, 1953. PAGE FIVE Anne Meugniot Phone 152J1 TILAND Bob McGladrey FROM GERMANY In Hawaii I. Tilandarrived Mr. and Mrs. Robert McGlad- time to spend the week- rey were pleased to get a call L his parents Mr. and from their son, Robert E. Mc- ',. Tiland. They enjoyed Gladrey YNSN, Tuesday night. cl Christmas party Sun- He had arrived in Hawaii after Wh!ch other guests were spending eleven months on and s fiancee Miss Ar- Guam. Prior to that he was nnon of Mt. Xrernon, and stationed in Okinawa and Korea ~t, Mrs ,Sana Lee. He is for six months. He expects to be 'Ft. Lewis awaiting dis- in Hawaii until he completes his two years' overseas duty• been fourteen months .... Le Tp- - had s n their Leaves mr Tennessee • ~nus ee he has been serving with MrSl~iT.~lmel S~h~21dande:amtal~ • son, c , p 1 m Germany• He left e ~ecember 17 and was Sunday from Everett on th days in crossin~ due to Great Northern Empire Builder w ...... ~'.~ - for Millington Tenn, where they lm ~ne stop it enter- " " " ' " ir York h rb r i'istin- at a will [ore Mr. Schuh to make the • e - a o g home, while he is attending the ~, ang.m. • ..... Naval Air School at Memphis• q'~nr~elrSa~W~ ~°ri~enle. Mrs. Schuh has just recently Whpr~ ho wail| ro~llrne completed her nurse's training at ..................... i'al • ~ ""~ • - Tacoma ~eneral riosp t . s immediately upon expecting to get his ..... * * * . Iune ~enefits at ~maergarwn Miss Fredda Lamp, of Arlington, center, senior majoring in .'.. Mrs. Reed and Mrs. Atkins occupational therapy at the College of Puget Sound, and Miss ents Ha -- spoke to the Pre.School Associ- , norea .... e Burita Vidmanis, right, freshman student at the Tacoma General Dene~ L~ o~ r~m c~ga~t .~ati°n~iTuesdaY-dn-]ght*e°nor,~T"h~t[ Hospital School of Nursing, are shown as they receive the scholar- ~d:2:s'~'? "?:rethehArY½ng:" "h ir Graders" They emphasized thel ships awarded to them by Mrs. Blanch Wilkenson, chairman of at to receive r e " . bard were Kath fact that kindergarten helps the the Tacoma Soroptomist Club scholarship committee. The awards are made annually by the club to outstanding women preparing ges " child to learn to live with other for a profession. Thompson,, Ruah Helms, Ipe°ple and to be able to express Elvira Bac~k-lhimself in a group• The kinder- VIOLA LODGE Knudson, Floren'i~elgarten trained child also is bet- INSTALLS ,OFFICERS Veilleux, Hazel[ter prepared for reading• Officers ~or 1953 in Viola Re- ,rtle Ruckert. Those[ Mr. Albert Kuhn showed the bekah Lodge were installed not be present were]group how a song is taught to Tuesday evening by Mrs. Hilda Foster, •Violet Warrenlfirst graders. Young, .d~ty president, and Johnson. The first[ Those serving refreshments Mrs. ,.,(~na Verd, ueputy marsh- ,Agnes Veilleux, is de-[were Mesdames Harper, Carlson, all. The newly installed officers and G. R. Wilson• are Mrs. Elizabeth Haddenham, noble grand; Mrs. Elizabeth • • "] The A A U* W* met Thursday ooker vice grand; Mrs. Ann committee con B Laura Fredericks°n,',nieht at'the home of Mrs Thorn- Jenny,' secretary; Mrs. Hilda Wick, and Ilene Jones, las°Jones MrsBlaine " Nelson Young. treasurer; Mrs• Christie ~d clever games and alwas co-'hostess Mr Thomas Waterman, Warden; Mrs. Lena the names of the pastlTer]eson addressed the group on Arnot, conductor; Mrs. ha~l,e . " I 'Problems and Trends in Present Bluemke and Mrs. Lmme Pmr- Ub decided to buy a I Day Education " A discussion son, supporters to the noble 'n for use at their meet-I~,erion followed "his nrovocative dran(i; mrs Anna Robbins, Sup- ey voted $15 to theit~lk porter to the vice grand; Mose I .... Dimes and gave $50 toI The Lutheran Guild will meet ,~aterman, outsiae guardian; und for the dental care Mrs ~:una Verd, cnapJam anu . [with Mrs Chet Jensen Tuesday • " " " " Caildren. [night Jan 13 at 8"00 Mrs Har- Mrs. Carolyn Hart, musician. Xet us refreshments wereilev Robb and' Mrs "Roy Carlson Lo De installed is Mrs. Mabel Y Lillie Meier, Almaiar'e to be the co-laostesses Mrs V'risinger, inside guardian and Ruth Munizza. [Robb has the program " "tne m,¢ supporter to the vice ~embers atthe meeting[ The WSCS of the "Methodist ~.,,u. As tne members took Phyllis O Brien, Joan[church will meet with Mrs Floyd their stations Uaey io.unu a prett2~ • na and Mary Jo Fritz.~Langdon Wednesday afternoon little package containing a plast- were Ann Field who alsol January 21 ' ~c ouu vase, tne gLtL,ot Mrs. Jen- at this meeting, , MaxineI '~The I're School and Kinder ~ly me retiring noole grana, who land Mrs. A1 Nystrom/garten Juveniles of the Degree of' ~*as later preaentea a past presi- gton uc~lt s ewel from the loose ±virs • /Honor will meet Saturday after- ' ' 3 • • , * * * [noon, January 17, at 2:00 at the ,dung presented each ot l~er as- h March ofDimes I Arnie Wangsmo residence. All sisting olImers a nice viii, also a [argaret Aya of Everett,]members are urged to attend, special one to Mrs. Caro~ynflaart :Utive secretary of the The Hettie Lowe Guild will ni appreccatmn or her ~s,is.~ance sl~ County March of!meet Wednesday night, Jan. 21, and iaithtul service as musician. arnpaign, spoke to the[with Mrs. Chet Thompson. The attenaance prize was won by tons at their MondayI The names of Vicky Hammerly ~wrs. Jessie r~ansen, a visitor -~neeting. She taLked, and Carol Dalton were ac- [vol4 ~ocatellO i¢eoeKan Louse in e collection and distri-|cidentally left out of the list of Idaho, who now resides at Bry- i the money for the In-/guests at Ronnie Osborn's birth- a,~. ~,oumr visitor was Mrs. ~ralysis Foundation. day party. Anna Lee of Marysvi~le. 'lilt: pre~ence of Mrs. Maud Blair of * MECHANICAL CONDITION * APPEARANCE * REASONABLE PRICES * GUARANTEE .... * TOP QUALITY are Quality used cars and like new... Why take less? your dollar have real Value. quality. S 98--:Low mileage, R. & H. Two-tone • color, 4-door, like new. YORKER (Hi-lander), 4-door, R. & H. New w/s wall tires, low mileage. Must see to appreciate. WINDSOR Deluxe Fordor, R. & H., seat covers, excellent condition, a steal. PLYMOUTH club coupe, R. & H., turn indi- - cators, seat covers, t ew tires. This is sharp. 1953 PLYMOUTH Suburban the truly bal- Anced car of 1953. Let us show you the truly new features of the 1953 Plymouth. Imme- diate delivery. QUALITY, let us show you the 1953 Chrys-. Quality unequaled; compare, and became a member of the Chrysler family• THE HousE OF quality ARLINGTON, WASH. Monroe was much apprecla~eo. r, elresmnents were served from a tea-table made attractive With reu candles, green glass and New Year napkins. • • Herb Ne~ ....... Wi~ Quilt The lovely quilt in the "Dres- den Plate" design raffled off by the Lady Lions was won by Mr. Herb Ness, the proprietor of Herb's Kerb. The drawing was aeld Jan. 3 at the J. C. Penney Penney store• The quilt was be- gun by Mrs. Clyde Ruckert and members of the Lady Lions help- ed with the quilting; Our neighbors, the Ralph Wheelers, have moved to Everett. Their new address is 3618 Rucker. Arlington people who attended the play "Happy Birthday," put on at the Elks Club in Everett by the Cirque Players of Seattle Sat- urday night were Mr. and Mrs. Con Hjort, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roal, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Leach and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Fowler. Mr. and Mrs. Stan Thompson moved into their new house on County Road ~he Sunday before Christmas. Marcia Larsen, the daughter of Mr. and Mr§. Roy Larsen, cele- brated her fourth birthday Fri- day, Jan. 9. Little girls who joined her at luncheon and for games were Stephanie Sarkisian Cathy Hunter, Dena Danubic Carol Jo Kanikeberg, Susan Lord Rochelle Ludwick and Mar Frances Nebel. Here to enjoy the holiday sea- Son with the Sam Williams family were T. Sgt. and Mrs. Walter Ellis, and S. Sgt. and Mrs. O,. W. Frazier and children. Sgt. Ellis left for duty overseas fol- lowing the holiday. Sgt. Frazier had recently returned from Korea, where he was wounded in action. The Fraziers will make their home at Camp Pendleton, Calif., and Mrs. Ellis will remain in Arlington during her hus- band's absence. Hazel Ryan will entertain the Weslyn Service Guild on Tues- day, Jan. 20th, at 7:30 in the evening• ¢) BABY' GIRL FOR MR. AND MRS. HARRY IOHNSON Damage Controlman First Class and Mrs. Harry E. Johnson of the Naval Radio Station are the proud parents of a baby girl born at the Whidby Island Air Base Infirmary Jan. 7th. The young lady, named Nan Marie, is welcomed by two broth- ers, Donnie, age 8. and Ramon age 6. O JIM CREEK'H. D. CLUB TO MEET THURSDAY The Jim Creek Home Demon. stration Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Leo O'Conner, 428 Dunham Ave., on Thursday, Jan. 22. Mrs. Fred Arnot will be lead- er of the day, demonstrating making of purses. Lunch will be served at 12 o'clock. Visitors fromStanwood At O.E.S. Session Twenty.one visitors from Stan- wood Chapter, werepresent at the meeting of Fidelity Chapter, O. E. S. last Wednesday night when the degree work was exem- ~lified for a class of candidates. The lodge hall was decoI~ated in keeping with the holiday season, Many Trees Planted In 1952 Five hLmdred and ninety-three thousand Douglas-fir seedlings were planted on 1,189 acres of Mr. Baker National Forest land during 1952, according to Super- visor H. Phil Brandner. In addi- tion 2 acres were direct seeded Ambulance Four calls for the ambulance have been received by the Fire Department this week, they transp0f:fifig to the Arlington hospital Mrs. Jenny Loth, R. 5, on Sunday, and two patients were moved to the hospital Wed- nesday, James Mock, 132 West Ave., and Virginia Behm, of Arl- ington Heights. Both the latter and Worthy Matron Ruth Marx- were suffering heart ailments. en and Worthy Patron Lawrence The ambulance was also called Hopkins welcomed a large gath- :,?r John Fuhrman, county em- ering for the occasion, ploye, who was stricken while at Following the meeting re- work Tuesday• He passed away ~,~o~,,~,,~ ............. n ~,~ t~,~ Planting, which is done in logged dinina room whioh was in over areas to assure prompt re- uranoner, mat In 19oz logs ng ~h'~r'~,~ n'(~'"~rnuo'~o'f membo-s stocking and to obtain desirable operations, 1,571 acres of land f-r'a-r~°~--1-~d--'~ilvana~ Mrs species was distributed over all were clear cut and 406 acres par- .................... tin Grace Barlond was chairman of six dmtr~cts of the Forest. Acres t~ally cut over. IIand plan g the committee planted by districts were: Gla- and direct seeding coupled with • cier, 62; Baker River, 271; Skagit natural reseeding from nearby -----------c 187; Suiattle, 124; Darrington, seed trees put these out over ~.~w ~r~.e 1352; Monte Cristo, 193. areas back into timber produe- a~va~a~aaa ~a~a~.,ao [ It is interesting to note, says tion for the future. At Snowfalr "Hatvor Sellesbakke, 17-year- DR. L. LAUERMAN old Canadian ski jumping sen-I ........ R,S~. sation, is scheduled to make hisl UI-'Jt.)IVll:.,J I 1 first U. S. appearance at North-] ' .. ...... west Washington's 2nd AnnualI . Bhywew 901~ SNOWFAIR on January 25. Sel-I 2612 Colby Avenue Everett, Washington iesbakke ran rough-shod over all[ . __ Canadian Junior Class opposition ,7 -- ilast year and has been raised to[ ~Class A rating by the PacificI • Northwest Ski Association• ~ [] Rolf Helle, a fresh arrival from [] Norway, will also make his U.S. 1 debut at the Everett, meet• Helle will compete for the Sons of Nor- way Ski Club of Vancouver. The two skybusters will head a 14- Fredda Lamp man jumping delegation from western British Columbia. " World Champion Awarded Scholarship World Champion Hans Bjorns- stad, 1950 FIS Lake Placid win- Fredda Lamp, daughter of Mr. ner, is also expected to compete I and Mrs. Albert G. Lamp, 201 in the Snowfair event. Bjornstad McLeod, is the recipient of a $100 recently arrived in the Pacific scholarship awarded by the So- Northwest as an exchange stu- roptomist Club of Tacoma, ac-ldent at Wenatchee Junior Col- cording to an announcement by lege With him will be Ragnar Miss Shirley Bowing, acting iBa-kl~en, another recent im-port bead of the Occupational Thera-lwho won the Norwegian Junior L :)y Department at the College of!Championship in 1950 and Ola Puget Sound. , I Gjestrude,. 2nd place Class A .. t winner at Snowfair last year The award is made annually o • SAVE FUEL an outstanding girl who is pre- -~---~--o paring for a profession bythebus-lV ]~ ~ ]~ ..... and enjoy cozy comfort iness and professional women of]V.a. ~ ~ ~W~ Tacoma who are members of,the[ .I~.'Ir. club. ~ t no m a t t e r what the Miss Lamp, a ~enior majoring I ~ k"~c4tt.~l in occupational therapy, has al-[ )L~P~( thermometer says out- ready completed two summers of[ ]..~k~a~ ~utstanding clinical work, one at[ "~~" side. ~gnew State Hospital ia Califor-t ~'~.;.2gv nst nia, and thin past summer atf COMING SOON--"The Ameri- vhieh leads to regist~tion andlcators and radio experts and |DI ~ualification for the fields of oc-lsponsored by The Ladies' Auxil- :upational therapy• ~iary to the Veterans of Foreign Miss Lamp is one of the most Wars of the United States• Watch active students on the' C. P. S. your local paper for date, time Ca :ampus as she is president of and Radio Station where they knderson Hall, girl's dormitory, will be heard in this vicinity. and a member of Kappa Phi, and Next regular meeting for both Wl LLIAMSON Students annual Career Confer- ~nce in early December which attracted 25 outstanding speak- ers from business and professions in Seattle, Tacoma and Olympia. the Post and the Auxiliary will be Tuesday evening, January 20th. There is important work for each member to do, so hope to see you all at the next. meeting. O RUBBER STAMPS ARLINGTON PTG. CO., PH. 493 EARL E. WILLIAMSON CARL WILLIAMSON R. 2, Arlington P.O. Box 315 FREE ESTIMA TES Give Us a Call MN AND GREAT NEW Tile BEA UTIFU Bigger and Better in Every Way and "NO INCREASE IN PRICE! 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