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TItE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURSI)AY, JAN. 22, 1953. PAGE THRE Allows Korean Veterans I Farm Bureau fPowerTransmission t er Bills Have Options On 1953 NEW YORKER DELUXE CLUB COUPE HAS SPORTY LINES I Members /Facihhes""" To Be ~ ~t~lionrgerSe5'Sp49]88 a~'V~ee Ins. Settlements I reSnh:siShoCi~n:~t Fa:man~U:!GreatlyIncreased L S~SS2onlast Friday night.[ Discharged Korean veterans . ,~~--_ ments for their participation inI Bonneville Power Administra-- Y e.,~ uz tn~se Dills com- w " " ividends on ..... :::~:~ .............................. ~-::.::~ ' ' " " ho are ellglble for d ............... ~--~:::::~, ~:::::-::::::::,~ ................ ;:;: ............ ; .......................... :::::::::.:::::::.:::: ~ the activities of t~ arm ~ureau/ " ' " " " " " their Nat.lonal Servme Life Insur- i~ ~ ~ ~ Week in the state during the ............ tlon transmission famhtms serv-y the Clt s business for .... :~*::::::: ~ ~ ............................................... ~ , . claims allowed were asl~y!hPthi~eer~a}rnseeb~n12igni~iit~le~ ........................ ~ ~i~ ~ ~ ~ ~ek?fJ~una, rY:2n31' airdmHBar-i :n iiegl oUge e:?n he aCY~e~~ Expense I~eir right ~o select frgm four op- ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ eaFP=~Bd:~n~u Week " he said !$blu6ci902'000~nsPre2~dnentTrum~ann~ ~ter, stamps ............ $6.00]tinai methoos oi sett~menr, i~t. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ "has been designated for the pur-[in constru'~tion fun'dsSfor~'the'~- ~agley se/1 25770 has oeen announceo y ~vi. ........ - pose of permitting volunteer icific Northwes n,,no,~a v ~r Ueland: sol: ::::::::[ 268:801~we~'. oi.iicer in charge of ~he ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ / ~ i members of Farm Bureau inlMurray Nor~wasntna"rea~ana" ~oorman sal 37 50[VA mnce in ~verett. ~ ~ mime..-~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ each of the counties to contact/aer Bucl~,et renuest f,~- tt, ..... OUt, sal 2870[ Cards are sent to each Korean ~ ~ ~T~: ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~::~r] every farmer m the county andffisca1 vear be~innin~ July 1 [hews, sai ................. 41"001veteran as soon as his insurance~ ~ ~~ ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~:~:~ ~ invite them to become members 1953 total .~62 t;nnnnn ~ r,~dn,~ " Dept.,~sal. last ]records are received by the Fort / J~::~J~ ~ J ~ ~ L~] of theworlds largest farm or-[rion of 14, per cent from the cur- ........ 25000]Shelling office ~ I1~~::!i ~ . ~.~__. ~,..--.-. ~lt::~:~=._ ganization ~vmmoersnip on me rent years exnendimro ~nd i,~ : Kesling,sal.:::::::: 100:001. The four options are (1) cash ~ ~ ~ ~ n ~ ~ ~ ~ county level:" h e.sa!d. ~'also in-lclude" $7,400.00~0 )or-op-e'ratio'~ -rnll Rev. w/h tax 261.601payment (2) place on credit, cmoes memoersmp ~n the ~a~eland maintenance. raent se ' and American Farm J~ureau re c. Dept., with interest, (3) apply to pay .. " Ma" r " "" -- ' 150 001premiums in advance and (4) Newest addxtlon to the 1953 Chrysler line is this the graceful lines of the top. Interiors match the eration which in 1952 had a totall BonnJelllegr~s~ddl~et~o~t~he ~bor"&"Ind: ............... I hold as a denosit at interest as swank New Yorker Deluxe club coupe powered by beautiful exterior styling in luxury with four rich of 1,492,282 farm family mem-[ ..... t ....,s, Yu ,,,~ .... ~.~,..~." us. & Med "Aid 51 691nart of the cash valhe of the ~n.e t~nrysLer t~-no~epower v-~, rnreroweren- two-tone upholstery combinations keyed to match bers in the 47 states and Puerto[~'~,~,$',,~:~",~:(~'." ~'~"'~f"~. ~'~.~:. t~ S~--" "- -" ...... ~ , ...... gme. ~n mspiay a~ t~nrys~er oea~ers ~nrougnou~ ......... ' ~---'~" - Ric" wh^ ar~ affiliated with the ,,,s ..... ~=,,~.,~.u,~ ~.u,,, ,~u~ . ayior, Dons " Iponcy (Ior permanen~ poncles th,~ IT,,it,~n ~+.-+-,,~ thi~ ,~.,~,~tv tw,~.t,mo,-I.h en.n~ the cmors ol me s~eermg wheel, garmsn morning. u . u ~.v ~. .. . I.tosenh darn tn Pu,7ot Rm,nd ~.a u nl . ........ 5.00[only) :,':.:5,~:::~,"~'::3=,::'+~.~;~I,:::,".~,::~=~:~:=~: and carpets The car's wheelbase is 125Vz inches American J~arm J~ureau ~eaera-[-lvmoi "'" ~: sul~loac~'~n~ ~. 1, Power ..... [ Most term policies held by moldings over the windows ru~ning from the and the New Yorker Deluxe club eoupem offered rmn. . ]and include the new 345,000 volt g..'-'-"::":= ............... :7" x~'~, ]newly discharged veterans have windshield to the rear window. A chrome panel in twelve solid colors and eight two-~one color Theodore Schachtschnelder, and 300,000 volt transmission ~nell Co enellS D z~ chairman of the county Farm 1,,~ - "' p ,..~[been on waiver of premium, the partly covers the rear quarter panel accentuating combinations. " .. ' .... lines and substation and com- ~,~.,suppiies ........ z.aalVA said, so only those on which ___ ~_--~-------------- ....... ~~--------- t~ureau organization co.mmmee,] munication additions, Murray t~,~_~..~us, .. _..[premiums have been paid for one W~el~! W~e P W :'e [~ tXr rrtrr~ ~ rr,~'~ nc~,r:~ Ill~Ah~.l" Ib" I~l~ll~lm a.avises that ms committee con-/said. These facilities, totaling **x z'~[lll. .............. .. z'~/month or ~,,n~er in an,, anniver- ,, V~l,i%l. 1IV I~l,& i.D V~I . ~ FI," /-///tf, /-/f $/a'.~,/~, I **,~v,,,-.,aL L~e **~,au-,,aa SlS[S OI: ~velyn White, lxou[e z, / .~14 387 000 in,,h,a,~ t,~rnr*latl,-,,~ ,-.@ K Repmr, sar " ible for divi Monroe; Charles Wztseher, Route . A y year are ehg - . - the Grand Coulee - Columbia- , cet., Weld. Rod .... 7.061dend na,,ments Elwnble for Pay tl Mrs. M.Flem,ng, I To Head County ~, Marysville; William Thomsen,[olvmnia 30000, v,~t u,,~ ~,~qn r_UelDist.,sawdust 72.12l,~ t-~ .... ..... m "~ II corresponamg. [[ ..... ." Route 1, Arlington; and Benl( : ~'~ran,~'~,~,,~',:,~',~'~,,,~,,~'~i: Uru lz a erealt zs seiectea, or li no ~- - -.~,~ ',. gs, supplies 2 01 ....... There are about 50 000 World] Gordon H~,de Ill I1-1,~,!- lb'n~! I|~,~,~ Stensaa Stanwood, and has en-[230'000 volt line'(.~.~.~''~'ht,~e t*ardw~, ........ /: o'e~reply is recelvea zrom tne vet- War II veterans who were ,,rison I * .]aa~'ua" auaa~ ~,aa.,., .^Non ,K~ o~.,~ .... f o~ ,,,~,,~,~, I. ' . ~ . ~' " ....... ; ..... ),~, ,, ---=,. ............ l eran bv the anniversary date of ............. , ......... v .... ~l Gordon Hyde son of Mr. ann ......... -y~.,=E ...... :-,yy ..... :,,,.:~L,,=_,_-IJosepn.~nonomish 345,000 volt y:, motor co., I,,._ ._~,'.._. ,,.~ .~,....,^_~-, ...... ;~, c,~ ux wax c,uuvu tv paym~,t ux|Mre T-Tnrv~v ~vdo of .~wode Hea-[ The nean rung s annual cam-snip teams in the county, lnese lines 3 ann 4 .~10 ~r,n nnn. Rn,, ulnas 9al tuc pt, ncy, u~ u*wuv.u uuc w~ -~1 50 a da~, for time snent in ene-) ............ - --- .......... .., .. _ _ , ..... ....... ~,,..~ ,~ooh ~,o,,,~ '_ ..... "* , ~.~,v..~,......, ..~.... o-- n. -::-- ......... : ............ ~ be made available to nay an-TM ' - - ~ - - e- - ) yen was taken to the Everett l paign in ~nonomish County our-, ,y~,,,? ~- -~,,', ....... ~.=-~ ,~ ......... , nommn-~tsap 230,000 volt line, ', ~romers, ~rght 360 ~ " -.my nanas unoer mrcea tudor or ' suf aemima pmns wnereoy every 2605000" B " ~eger L .... n~,, " " Ipremmms becoming due and not inhumane conditions but have[General hospztal ,3n Sunday " ing the month of February will ............ $ , , , elhngham substa- fry ...... ~' ~ ~ paid ,nt ,,,t ~,~,,t ~,, ,q~im~ f ..... /fering from, a severe strep throat, lbe headed by Robert E Nelsen I-mrmer ~n t.ne countywm oe con-Ition, $507,000; Covington-Olym- ............... v.~,o " I--"" d' ........................ " " .," " ' L~dLCU uurlng the two-uay pc- i " Clng.& Supply' [ According to th.e.VA, a fewipensation, E. B. Riley, DirectorlM~ ?n%vM[SettHYwd~il~rethr:m~nrlprominent Everett business man, lriod' January 29-30, when the]Po*aadtdai~n~$~b.000'andtheTa" ~.ry ............................ 9.97]card notices are .bezng sent to]of the State Veterans Rehabili-]~;,~ ~, .... t~,,'~,,n d, ..... arelit was announced toda- b,, Dr [actual field work will be done.I .. ~')~ ' " . .. nl Companv, ~as 59 27] other veteran policy holders in Itation Council, learned from the| _~.~Z ..~o, ?L'~ ,~_'.'.~" ,~'..'_':GL.~.. I ...... ~ .-J -. "[ This work will be followed by a l ~_ ljew customer serwce:, mosuy ) ~ ~uaying at LU~ rctu~ rn~,~p~ ~u..~ uonal IX ~ arKman oz~eatue, 11~,000 volts to emer wlm add ~a~t Tel., ~ " " [cases where there is some doubt]War Claims Commission today. [,~ ~:,,, ~,,~ r,r~,~t, ! ' P . . Icounty report meeting, at which[. . . , g .... ". ea ~and toll 905]as to what optionthe veteran~ wr.nv of thao votar~n~ ~n.]a~ on .......... [president of the Wasningtonltime the teams will renort the]transmmsmn ~aemties to serve attery Sho~ .................. [wants. [,,arentlv 71~lieve-the~'a~e'n'[ eH-] Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lundsfordlstate Heart Association. [results of their work. ~"Aeeom-[pwer deficit area load centers, ", 1-' ~, ,, D t L and are the roud arents of a Da y O al $2 515000 .^,. labor ................ 20.921 However, most notices are be-lgible for the payment because] ... P . P ..... theI Nelsen, a graduate of Oregon[plfshments of the state andl ' , tarts gzrl oorn January _t~tn a~ Y_. . parts ]ing sent only to those Who have lthey received an earlier $1-a-day[ .......... }State Col]ege, and active in com-IAmerican Farm Bureau. said],~.,~.~.,~ ....... otS Arlington hOSpital The young o " ,-,~,.,.,,~.~ ~,tm~- - ........................ 27.051 not been in touch with the Fort lallowance for time spent as pris-]., wei hed in at m ounds[munity affairs, is president f Mr Illman, proves that the or ' Au{o, sunnlies 66~zu~nening Juice for some time be-~oners of war on substandard|laoy g n! e p JR. E. Nelsen Inc., Packard deal-!ganization is effective in repre-[ Stu Marshlain, Jr Coach of the three ounces and has oeen gl en Arhn ~---[ cause of their service, idiets The claim forms carry a[ ..... /ers in Everett. [senting the thinking of the[ gton team m the Snoho- the name oz t~renaa ,, mlsh "" .............................. $1899.46[ Ontions selected last ,,e-r by]place for entry of the appli-[ ...... ....... [ Through research we have]members as expressedthrough[ " County Boys Club Basket- Dept. [ veteran holders of G.I. ir~s~'rance] cant's claim number, established],o~a~a,~n~ucKer arrl, vefft~, n~u*r~[ made tremendous advances in the res61utions adopted by the] ball League, protested Wednes= Holland salar,, -~257 70[will be in effect for the 1953 an-[in the earlier $1-a-day payment,|."~ .~'2 .... ~:v. t. "'~"'LT_ the[the care and prevention of heart[membership at the county, state[ nay mgnt s game on me grounl , ~ .~ lougn Irom hiS auues With ,, ,, that an inell Oorrnan ~ .... " ~o'on]nual.dividend, the VA said, un-[but if the applicant has no recordI ..... ~, ~ .... disease, Dr. Sparkman said. and national meetings. [ . ~. " !gible player wa~ Kitchen sa~.'.~.:::: "~5:05[ less the VA is notified over-the/of hisclai.m number he need not[ ~"::~..~'. "v'~.~,,s ..... J"We.have developed new drugs[ The Snohomish County Farm[ us~ldU~nmlss~ner ~m E~tr~s rnal Rev'." signature of the policyholder ~ut ozz nnng zor tna[ reason ,~,u,,, ,,,,,,,,~,,,%,,,,,.,,, . _ tor rneumaue zever, we nave ae- Bureau had a total of 300 family,-,- ...... :z .~ .............. tx "' ~ ~nlthat he wishes to make a change, since the commission will supply[ Mr .and Mrs. ~erald Asne an~ complished miracles in heart members in 1952 and have a goal]that the flatconners forfeit the ~ent"S'ec"~):~t ............. [Such reouests must be received]the number when the claim]Lewlsreturneu home on bunaaY~[surgery and we know that a[of 375 members for 1953. Thetgame~Arnng~n" ..... ~'~" - 'comes in This a merit is fi from t:a~iiorma, where they went ~, ients o------------ ....... 135n[before the anniversary date ofu . p y - _ ....... ]~,reat number of heart pat program is a part of the Ameri-[. '.. . ... )or &"Ind ................... I the insurance policy. [nanced from monies derived]to attend the weaning o] me)r !can be rehabilitated to lead use-[can Farm Bureau program to ob-I l n___A_r_nngton - rhone 1344 Med. Aid' 22 15[ ----------o from liquidated enemy assets son uonaia, ne~.a at the Alameaa[ful lives. But we are still coping[tain 2 000 000 members by the[ KILLOUGH CLEANERS .~as License"~-~ " |~ - i|seized during the war. i oase, where ne ~s statzonea. A z[.erIwith the problem of discovering]end of 1956, at which time a ma-| ___ Ior ee" ""'~ 2~n[I O.~O [I Deadline for the new payment]the weaoing ~vir. and M~..Asne[the causes of the three diseases[jority of the farmers of the ha-] WATERPROOFING went as zar soum as bannas, " Serv{ee'Truel~ ...... I[ " .. ...v .~,~ [[which is authorized under Publicl .......... Iwhich account for 90 per cent of[tion will be represented through[r ' --" /] Mrs l'~ellle tJeorge, ~,-. ~ ....... .,,~ ~wnere tney visltea with uorma all heart disease rheumatic *- ...... :-~*,~- ' ...... 1~ Q4|I _ e ~/~aw ouo IS April ~ J.~Oo t __ ._. ...... [ ---- i ux~ u~ganl~tlun. ~ n ,t Pest"Controi ......... [' corres~onoen~ [[ Riley suggests interested per-]~cr~we~lesad~t2eorfS~aterin~Va'lfever, high blood pressure and[ Farmers are urged to considerl/ Ex-e,'i-,-,--,,I ..... ' 20 00[[~ ..... ~gl: ...... sons contact the nearest District[ ...... ~. "1 nar~enmg of me coronary arter-I the importance o~ this national i/ l~ a ~,aa~,~,~ 1Co"-g~~ ................ ~,~|~LIl[-~ll]~ ~.~lll~.~l~ Office of the VRC or write Veter [Lew~s went as iar soum as ~an]ies , ~ ~ , ~,~o o~, ou w " ..... v" " representation for their DeneIit ~p ................... Dingo vlmtlng w~th the ser me , , . . arts, parts 446[ A... I.,o, II A ans Rehabilitation Council, P.O. ' ............ I L nder Nelsen s dzrectmn, funds[it is an onnortunit,, for them]l !1]}__1_1___ _ /~k|~ um~t~aa~;~ i ooys at the alnerent bases. lne . - . ~ " ........... I Box 777, Olympm, for mforma-,~. ,~ .....~.~ ~^. ~ ..Jwlll be collected during Febru-]to held themselves | DOOKKeep~r ...... $606211 A ]omt mstallatmn of office tmn and apphcatmns ........... ary to finance the Heart Assom-/ / ......................... ~ " n e " |the trip was rain wn]cn starLeu . , Pt j was held at Mt. Wheeler Gra g ---------o whe- the" left' ~' ......and]atlon s research program, ztS[ARLINGTON HEIGHTS I[ an Horn sal .~298 40]Hall on Friday evening, Jan. 16, ---~ ..... ~ ...~,. ~..-. ~euu~ ...... ]public education and public serv-[H D. CLUB TO HOLD I] desires part time work or orraan, sal ...... 45"001with Mansford Grange partici-Ct"lllJrl"lll/" itl]l~&~2_le~)~'~ .............. ' t,~ ~lice. ]CARD PARTY ]/ ...... Kitchen sa~ ......... 53"85/pating also. Mr. Shenkel and his ~I%,IEII/IIFI%, IIWl$11J,~l&%~l~ ,um~. ~| ............. ]/ smau accounts to Keep m ie ' ......... 'assistants from North Creek Val --------- ~ tsertels t, tners present were~ rne Arnngton l-lelgnI:s ttome | n labor . . _ 19 70[ ...... n~u_te~ Regional and General The birthday club was held[ Maxine Hansen Lulu Denman,|Demonstration Club is sponsor-I[ my home :on-Gamon my t~range very amy co u c ' ,a-" ' [the ceremonies About 60 were ..... . mT,'T',~ last Friday evening at the Jack Grace Tucker Bess Shattuck |ing a card party, to be held Sat- | _ ~cs .................... 44.01[ ~ m_ ~" .... r I.~ ~ WJ-~_'I'I4~IIN~ Swilling hofne January birth- | Ruth Chilcote and the hostess|urday night Jan 24 at the Ar-[[ m,,,,,, ~ .... ;,,A aqa~ e,., hal Rev present. ~ne alnzng tames we e . . . . . . . ' " ' ,.,,,,,~ ...,,.,o....,, ,.,,~ " [nicel" decorated and after theA O U W Bld~' Phone 1694 days honored were Agnes Twflh-[Isabelle Swllhng Potluck lunch| hngton Heights Community hall, | '_ ............................ 118.60} '~ .... be - s. ger Noreen Nermo and Marie]was served |beginning at 8 o'clock [[ ent Soo r~,~nt Iservlng oI rezresnmems, a au- -- _' "~'- .........._ ..... " -- ... ~ .... v-., 2n 4n[tifully decorated cake made and ----------" )r~i~d- ................... [~lonated by Florence Sparks, was Ied Aid" 2755[sold for the benefit of March of .4 o. 1, power ........... I Dimes, receiving $11.52 for it. /// ...... 150 08[ The Grange and Auxiliary donat- ~// ~rs~JZ;;:::-"-":Z ,-,'.-v-./ed $15.00 for the same cause. ~ ( ~/ ~ ,, eYRd'Dist" 9734[ Melvin Ledbetterishomewith ( /~W~////~//~/~4~O~/~/~ . .. }erv"Sta"'t~'r~ ....... [his folks, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Led- ~ // " - i/ ~ ..... " ...... ln~| better, for a short time. Melvin ~ ~/ ~on'"~""7: .......... ~'2~| is with the medics in the armed ~ ~-~ Ptg' ~a?Kn~oP~(;~ a~'~[fo~es and has been in the Pa- tilities, "r)i~e an~d " [cific combat area. --: ..... ~ "- 58333| The Home Demonstration Club Mfg.Co"~ .............. ill meet at the home of Mrs. " 12.311John Fletcher on their next meet- gas .............. 10.40 td tools 45.35 dwe., couplings es ....................... 39 Prod., meter .................................. " 8.76 "'" ............................. $1600.26 salary .... $257.70 salary :... 279.90 mn, sal ......... 7.50 .......................... 144.60 Sec. Dept., 22.50 ing Jan. 28th. Wally Deeter of Seattle, ac- companied by his grandmother Mrs. Hattie Deeter of Granite F~lls, was a recent overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. Don Van Horn. Wally came up to say ------- "Goodbye" to friends as he is in the Naval Reserve and is called back to duty. Recent visitors with Mr. and Mrs. John Cole were Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Reece and Mr. and Mrs. John Forbes of Darrington. The Coles have had a bout with ill- ness and some time in the hos- pital but both are now quite re- covered. H a r r y Brownlee, visiting Ind., Aid .............. 36.82 Inlets and friends in various parts of Wash- 129.78 ington after an absence of five Co., lbr ..... 184 52 years in Colorado, was an over at Co., " night guest last Thursday at the 157.68 Jasper Stephenson home. (or"l,i'nesi Thos.e locally attending the 468IMasonic installation in Arling- gravel.. 132.87 ton last Wednesday night were motor oil 37.12 Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson, gas ............ 47.04 Miss Doris Marshall, Mr. and brake line 1.27 shovel, ................ 9.77 .................... 112.94 Shop, parts, ............ 174.24 toll .................... 3.02 ............................ '..$1743.95 rtmen ............. $1899.46 ............ 1600.26 1743.95 t ...... 606.21 ................................ $5849.88 Science Jan. 29 The Science Human Need,'" of the lecture ~y evening, the Seattle CiVic Avenue North at 8 o'clock. is John S. Sam- of Chicago, Ill., Board of Lecture- Church, The Scientist, .aSS. is under the aus. Mrs. Rush Bradley. Rush Bradley has files as school director for this district. His friends know he is capable. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bailey were Tacoma visitors Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence George spent Saturday visiting the for- mer's sister in Seattle. John Furhman, a familiar fig- ure on this branch over the years, will be missed by the many friend~ he had made. We join with our regrets to the be- reaved family. "Mrs. Rush Bradley and Mrs. ---------. Marvin Prichard made a trip to Seattle Frlday, where Mrs. Prich- ard went for further consultation regarding her health. She has been very ill the past week, a continuation from her severe illness of last fall. Her friends hope for a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Deeter are home from a two weeks' trip to California and Mexico. " The Fred Srhith family have moved into the Whlter Marshall )lace. Miss Dixie Pumphrey is visit- ng home_ fo!_ksf0ra few~days_ ARNOtD'S J[W[IRY ARLINGTON, WASH. Authorized Dealer Hamilton Watches of Christ, Christian Science A great many of you have been waiting for this.., a swank, sporty Two-Door Club Coupe with the special flai of the Chrysler New Yorker line. You'll like its looks. It's a true Chrysler and acts like one .. safe, solid, comfortable. It's powered by the only new-type engine in any American car. All the power you can use. More real control and security than you've ever felt uptown, downtown, and out-of-town. Power Steering .... Power Brakes.. Fluid-Matic Transmission. they're here, too. And so are those double-strength Oriflow shock absorbers that make a road feel as smooth as a dance floor. You know this car will do what you want it to . . . without coaxing. Stop in soon at your Chrysler dealer's and discover what world's finest engineering looks like and feels like ... ' right in your hands! ONE OF AMERICA'S FIRST FAMILY OF FINE CARS @