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~r~ OO _5__" PAGE FOUR THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, ASHIX GTON, TItURSDAY, JAN. 19o3. . . Anders Woldseth, I I ....... . .. I Norse Imports To who finished first in I Increased k'ertormance ,n 1Yew Chevrolets I o o- t a dozen Norwegian MES I atar at anowialr Competitions last y, ...... ......... _[ :: [ Four champion ski jumpers.I .Form on display at V,d L " hu "sd~ v Jan ')') 1953 No 39 I ii [fresh from Norway, will headlXylli not oe enurew m~ .XV. T .--, .......................................................................................................................................................................... , ....... " . I : :: ...................... : :" ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::: :::::::: ::~:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::~:~::::::::`::::::~:::`::::::::::::::`:::::::::::~:::::::::::::::::::::::::.:.:~~ ..... [~he llst" of 60 high-flyers to com-t Ialr ......... ~2ueen tvlurml ~vt -Subscription Price $2.50 Per Year; $3.00 per Year outside Snoho-, [pete at Northwest Washington's[~eatu_.e Will De crow21e~ ~mtsh County. Issued every Thursday. Published at Arlington : 2rid Annual Snowfair next Sun-,anu l:v star ~tan ~. Washington, by " [ day The trophy-heavy quartet!half'tIme, ceremony. ~ THE ARLINGTON PRINTING CO. z~ ............................................ :.. ................. : ........ ::::::::::: ................. :::: .............. : ............. ::::::::::::::::: ............... :::::::::::::::::.: will" meet top men from both the ~ourt wm De comp)s~. J. C. CARPENTER -- FRANK MARSH . [ ............. .............. : .......... ~-:::::~ '":::::::::":~: ...... "::::::::::: [U. S. and Canada. ,~ Brauns of Wenat ..l~e.i J. C. CARPENTER ......... Editor & Mgr.] [ Hans Hjornstad, member of[Belle Graham.of Se~tt~ ~atered as 2rid Class matter, in the Post Office at Arlington Wasn-] the Norwegian Olympic Team ,:verett beauties; 2He .~mgton, under the act of March 3, 1879. [ last .year .... won the 1950 F I S i and Janice. . Wade. The~e [ ]world championship at Lake,lovehes will watch th | [[ ,- Placid and just last winter un- tournament Irom spee! '| ~ T'~ T ~ f~ T') T ,4 7" [[ [furled a mighty leap of 412 feetlstructeu GUy seats. | /~" /J 1 1 ~ ~ ~ ~ /~ ~ [[ at Obersdorf, Germany. Bjorn- The January 25 show | ........ [[ Istad arrived in this country inlPark, right in Everett'~ [, September and is a student at till district, will begin [ Wenatchee Junior College. O~le The Drum and Bugle 1~/~ ~1~_ ' ' I~.M~..~.~.NO~..~' ' [ [ of his teammates will be Ragnar[ American Legion Post ~,,v ,.,~,~,,~ ~ .......... . / /Bakken, who won the Class Alfurnish music and M~ While we suspect Sen. Wayne Morris was hawng[ ]championship at Kongsberg, lVnzelman of Everett fun with his one-time Republican comrades, when he ob-[ Norway. last year._ ..... [come...the spectators. . - . - , .. ~) ~ , -~. I I Arne rloel WHO nulls me ~or-lac[1vHles Wlll oe fllre jeered to tile senate endorsement,o~ resloen~; J~lsen-~ we inn record for the lon est ram chairman Bill buyer's cabinet a' "ointments at theTuesday session,] ]competitive jump (330 ft ), gw illlghe adjacent free ,[ . [be on hand. Hoel won the"'world will hold 5,000 P P _ " . l The low, sweeping lines of the 1953 Chevrolets [ this view a e t e g o t a d "" , [ ' of s i jump'ng, the Class Chili, hot dogs and we ho e the Re ubhcan congress caught the m port of r h enlar ed fr n n rear wsmnseries" k ,h,~ ,~,~,,,~;o1~ enator's action and that henceforth therel are exemplified by this four-door sedan in the [new fender and hood contours and a fresh grille [A Holmenkollen in both 1948[be available. ~ ........... ' " .... nh ne th " .,, , ~ ........... ~_._ ~, ~ "Two.Ten series, which thin year offers m- [ treatment that e a e e rugged beauty of [and 1951. Last winter he placedI ------c Will oe no more emergency UC~ol~. [ creased performance, comfort and convenience [ the ears. Four-door sedans are also available in ,sixth in the Winter Olympicl Use Times cl As Sen. Morris said, tile Republicans have, for aI in addition to a complete re-design. Apparent in ] the One-Fiftyand the new Bel Air series. IGames. Hoel will bri]~g with him'busy, effective s long hme, been complaining about the "emergencies" --------- " " "" OOOOOOOOOOO0 ...... ______________________....... which resulted in much ill-considered legislation. /[ BURN HILL ..... aGs:: Zaretzk, Quahty Meats Mr. urougu:sl and boys were dinner guests Sun Washington's State Capitol could be reproduced exactly in ,grounds will soon have a spec- tacular new attractipn. It's a .giant fountain, an exact dupli- cate of the famous Danish Tivoli Gardens fountain in Copen- hagen, and a gift to the state from the Olympia-Tumwater Foundation. Details of the fountain, which will be completed sometime in February, were released today by Harold D. Van Eaton, Director of the Washington State Depart- .merit of Public Institutions. Ac- cording to architects' drawings and descriptions, it will be a wondrous sight to behold. this country. Excavations are now complete, the parts are being, assembled and completion of thq. fountain itself is anticipated by January 30. A.G. Homann of Olympla ~s general contractor in charge of the job. Wohleb, Wohleb & Ben- nett of Olympia are the archi- tects. 0 Pipeline Corpn. Revise Figures On Cost of Gas A reduction in the estimated cost of natural gas to the North- west consumer, and an increase in total reserves of gas to serve It will consist of a series of rings of water rising successively higher and topped by a central single spout rising straight into day of the Sven Svensons of Ev- erett. Monday, the Melvin Chris- tiansons and the Leonard an- retakes of Everett visited the Gust Zaretzkes. Mr. and Mrs. Leander Around- son and baby visited Joyce's sis- ter, Mrs. Morris Sash, and family in Seattle last Sunday. Monday evening Mrs. Ella Amundson, ~ccompanied b y Stella Parsons, took Ardell up to Fortson to stay with Irene and family a short time. Irene and husband like their new home very much. Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Damaske were visited by H. J. Pearson of Richland. Mr. Pearson used to live at Bryant and will, be remembered as Tommie. Mrs. Ethel Persson of Bryant Fresh Pound Armour's , Sliced Sonny Boy--Ready to Serve mr for 38 feet The outer 1 . the reg'on, were the new devel- has been caring for Mrs. O. C. -- ring of 540 spray jets w~ll.., form opments revealed Tuesday from Robison for several days while an umnrella o~ water w~tmn it I ~ e : . Pac'f'c Northwest Pip line Cur- she had pneumonia. She has her;~ Pound will be .two rings of vertical poration's recently completed two boys with her. Mrs. Robisonl~ sprays rising ou~ ot giant tulip final a lled i~? ra s " pl n, f" with the Feder. is on the mend and we hope has ~ Del Monte---Zesty Flavored shaped tubs. All of the sp Y ~al Power Commission. no relapse. [~ will alternately rise and fall to- The developments were dis- Sunday callers at the Gilberti~ gather, illuminated by multi-col- closed in Seattle Tuesdav by i Grad lights that slowly change William F Devin Northwest Makus' home were Mr. and Mrs. . , George Coffler and family and ~ color, thus constantly changing counsel for the company, from Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Makus. . Eastern patterns of form and color, a letter sent to stockholders by The combined spouts andlRay C. Fish, chairman of the Saturday afternoon Mr. and ~ I Beef sprays will throw up 600 gallons,company. EPC hearings will Mrs. Archie Day called at the J. ~ Ferg's--Extra Meaty--Extra Tasty W. Johnson home. The evening of water a minute. The water lopen in Washington, D. C. Feb- was spent with the Bill David- falls back into the fountain to be lruary 16. reused again and again. Two One of the reasons for the sons at their home near Granite. pumps totaling 25 horsepower]downward revision in cost es- Goldie Johnson reports the will do the boosting, timates is the additional mar-death of her aunt, Mrs. T.W. Pound "'In addition to beautifying/ket for the pipeline's, gas pro- Condor, of Leota, Karts. Her ~1~ ,~,~ '~,~tm ,m,,nd~ this foun-lvided by a contract ~ust made mother, Mrs. Harry Carlson, flew " .... ~ .... ~" ..... ~ " s back for the funeral Sunday rain will stand as a symbol of w th Colorado Interstate Ga ~ae of the greatest natural re- Company. , ~. . morning. The previous day her husband had taken her to her ~,,,~ae ~f n~v ~tnto " ~id V~n racific x~ormwest Pipeline :. ....................... , ............... sister's place in Alderwood Man- Eaton in making the announce-,wm aenver xoo million CUDlC ~ent. "Our enormous electric' feet per day to the. Colorado or, where they spent the night,i ]Mock !~CK la(nver capacity, our shipping, our company at Rock Sprmgs,,W~- The next morning after taking her to the Seattle-Tacoma Airport lull timber and rich farm lands ommg, ann tHiS aooea yomme he stopped at Alderwood Manor are all the result of an abund-is expected to have an ~mport- on the way home and brought ant supply of water. We will al- ant bearing on the final price. wavs be ~rateful to the Olvmuia-In turn, Pacific Northwest the sister and her husband, Mr.i EGI "ruvnwate~ Foundation for },his Pipeline will take over gas re- and Mrs. W. T. Hopkins, home to magnificent gift to our state serves which the Colorado comp- the John Johnsons. That evening The idea of the fountain "was any holds in the San Juan Basin. Goldie accompanied Mr. Chrlson 1 conceived by Peter Schmidt, pres- Total reserves of the_ comp- to Alderwood Manor to take ~ ident f the OlvmDia Brewing any' avaname t serve tne re" them hme" , ~ once o'f the found gion from the New Mexico-Col- Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Tiedeman[ -Company and " of East Everett visited the Estle ers of the Olympia-Tumwater orado fields, have been in- for ]Foundation, while visiting Co- creased by 50 per cent. Whe.n Sundquists on Sunday. MondayI l penhagen in 1949 ..... He was so officers of the p pehne were in evening Mr. and Mrs. ClarenceI greatly impresseci with the Tiv- Seattle in. December they an; Lind of Route 4 called. Vivian's[~ i untain that he un nounceo may nan reserves oi parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.c. li Skinless ol Gardens fo " .... Sudds of Everett, spent a few dertk t interest the Olympia" tw trlllin cable zeet" The nn" TiNEi undation in a lan al presentation to the Federal days of this week with them. ' U Sure ender Tumwater Fo p ..... to dunlieate it in Olympia. The rower ~ommmsion . ~.nereases The Ben Jenkins had as Sun- proj~'t was offered as a gift to th~ figure to three trllhon. - day guests, Mr. and Mrs. Jack the state and was accepted by a rroven reserves, now unaer Sandy and daughters Georgia joint House and Senate Reso-?~n~ac.~2res~t}~IT~itOmS~pPio y and.Jackie of Seattle. lution on February 1, 1951. ~or n e n Russell Rhynam took his Pound The Foundation, which was 27 years, b'ased on estimateO brother's l~lace in Seattle Satur- treated from private funds ex- consumption of 306 million cub- day. On Tuesday she paid her ~ e advance of recre lc feet per day by the third yeax press-ly for th ." . " doctor in Sedro-Woolley a visit. ational, benevolent and edu- of op.eratmn. He told her she was recuperating cational projects for the state of Estimates of ~serves .were nicely from her recent illness, ~ Libby's---All Lean Meat Washington contacted Fritz prepare Ior me ~eueral ~'wer that she was just t impatient'" 1 V~E]~[~I :Meyer, ~esi}ner and builder of Commission exhibits by DeGoly.- Stella ~'~arsons returned Friday l~ l~h~ original Tivoli Gardens er ano, wlac~!lugn.[on, one o~ the evening from her fountain. Arrangements were natlon s maamg ~}rms o~ Oll an(] Tacoma trip. On the way thereI ufacture gas geologists ~ made for Meyer to man " . she stopped overnight with rel- and ship the specially designed -----------o atives at Sumner, Mr. and Mrs.[ ~ ~ $~1 June Rose Brand parts to Olympia along with de. ARLINGTON PTG. CO.,PH. 493 Everett McGowan. The next day.. I ~~, IL~:2 ! None Finer ~'~ ~ Wel~hes--Healthiul for the Kiddies tailed plans so that the fountain RUBBER STAMPS she met a new relative David E. -- i I~!~: ! Ju~2:POUN:~'~~~: ! ~ h~; S-~-~e~h~ ~ Brentnell, her week-old grand-,. =-~ son Through the following[ ~ week she enjoyed him very[. /~f~flJ ~ muc On way ome ~"I~'~, )~i,,,,0~ visited her brother, F1 oyd Green and family in South Seattle, ~ friends in West Seattle and' ~" '~'N~xX'~2 familyand stayed Mrs. anorth night Arthur of With Seattle. McGowan cousins, While and Mr. This'Week's Jackpot Winner here the daughter, who had re- " JUNE SANTEFORD l~O,~f~,v cently returned from a five months European trip, showed 117 South Olympic, Arlington, Wash. some of her eight hundred color- ed slid-as and told many interest- ing and amusing experiences SWIFT'NING Try this fine shortening. Lb. Can | PILLSBURY I=Lour Coupons Packed in Every Sack 10.Lb. Sk. 25-Lb. Sack 50-Lb. Sack 93c 2.15 4.23 25c Coupon 35c Coupon *50e Coupon she had. She took the trip group style, the. group consisting of about forty young folks. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Green and daughters, Janice and Valna of Seattle were visitors at the Par- sons' home Sunday. In the even- ing they showed movies of them- ~elves and friends when they were living east the mountains. O Funeral Services For Mrs. Spencer Ada Elizabeth Spencer, 79, of R. 3, Auburn, Wash., died Fri- day evening at an Auburn hos- pital, after an extended illness. Mrs. Spencer was born at At- lanta, Mo., Feb. 12, 1873. She resided in Tacoma and Auburn for the past 50 years. Deceased is survived by one sister, Mrs. Loll Holt, of Arling- ton. xx, O 303 -Oz. Bottle Can 16-Oz. We keep coupon 8-~z. Pkg.~9e--Lb. 1.09 Nucoa .... Lb 23c Tea June Rose -Oz. Pkg. Pabst-ett cheese food Wonderfood---6-oz. size Cheese . . 83c Marshmallows 3 Sunny Jim Libby's Freestone Peanut Butter 14[2" 37c Peaches Large No. Sperry's emar ab e, Pieces 21/,_ Can -Oz. No. 2Va Pancake Flour28 25c Pears . . . c= ,, Alber's Q~ck 'or Reg. Walls Walls Cut Spears ' -lb. ~ Pic. Oats .... 3 37c Asparagus . z..a Ccms Sprlngbl'ook, Fr~'sh"-Creamery June Rose---N~ " Butter .... Lb. 71c Mayonnaise . ~int Darigold or Valley Gem (Ar Own) ~'s .... .=...==mm~ Milk . . . . 2 41c Tissue . RolllOOO She't' Libby's--Ricl~ in Proteins Can Can Oz. Bottle GRAPEFRUIT Arizona B-LB. Seedless ...................... BAG LETTUCE Big Mac Sdlid ......................................... LB. CABBAGE Crisp Fresh .............................................. LB. LEMONS Sunkist 300 Size ......................................... LB. BANANASGIden Ripe .................................................. LB. CAULIFLOWER Beautiful Snow White ................ LB. Funeral services were held Tudsday, Jan. 20, at 2 p.m. at the O Prices effective at Arlington and Everett on January 23 and 24, 1953.--Every item unconditionally guaranteed. No sales chapel of Moll's Funeral Home, ~ers. We reserve the right to limit. Ray. E. B. Seymour officiating. Burial was in Arlington cam-~.~~~~~,~~.~~~~~ etery.