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~ ii ~i:i i i:i ~ ~ i~i ~ i~!i~iil/~!i~i~i~/~ii~ii~i)i~i!~I~: ing about CASCADE VALLEY PRESCHOOL enjoyed a visit from Arlington fireman Bob Mulligan last week. He spoke on fire safety. The pre-school, now in its eighth year The Arlington TIMES . Wed., Jan. 26, 198L~ ,~ ~ nn Auditorium floors turned into "maps". education ministry whose objective is to experienced. Even seminary graduates People sitting or standing near "Bible bring people all over the world to a new find the chronology, events and people of lands and waters." Vibrant teaching excitement about the word of God, has the Old Testament falling into place in a punctuated with hand movements and found that its unusual seminars attract new easy-to-understand and easy-to- laughter. Group recitations increasing in even those who have never read the remember pattern. fervor and length as the one-day Saturday Scriptures. As a result, these seminars In the words of the pastor whose church seminar moves rapidly on. Delight, Icoordinated from WTB's national head- has hosted WTB seminars: "The uni- gratitude and excitement overcoming quarters in Atlanta, Ga.) are in demand queness of the program seems to lie in its weariness when participants head out to and being taught all over the United organized simplicity, it accomplished for their homes -- and then to their local States, Canada and Australia. me in one day what seven years of Bible churches on Sunday. Changed lives.., college and seminary overlooked; it gave The cause? "A Walk Thru the Bible Old To achieve this objective, WTB not only me skeletons o11 which I can 'flesh out' the Testament" seminar. And one is coming creates and utilizes the above fun details." to Arlington on February Sth. gives people an overview Interested? So arc the people below, "Walk Thru the Bible". a unique of the flow of God's word never before who have agreed to open their facilities and sponsor this Old Testament seminar. Contact them now for the complete II registration information -- and a new In nI "'walk"!onFebruarvSth. sponsoredbv Arlington Christian School. Call 435,3133 for dctailsl The seminar will be held at the Arlington Assembly of God. in New construction still caused moderate New electrical connections to commer- growth for Snohomish County Public cial and industrial establishments totaled here. is a cooperative associated with Everett Community College. Parents all Utility District during 1982, and raised the 433. This remained relatively strong. 659-7465 317 State Ave. Marysville 2801 Lombard Ave. Everett 4-H Club News ~ s 4-H Club rr I, 13 members present. led the flag salute. Dawn pledge. Leader Marietta a parent newsletter. The was given. "Thank Written to resource people: Karen Small, Terrie Wagner. Beginners with the 4-H pledge. reports: Campbell Soup Purdy; hardanger, Emily Becky Kephart: new yet )ale and big sisters, Soup labels. ',rpahy, Trista Jones; phart; dolls, Shelly report was given on the teaching aids. Becky Kephart on Your are You. equipment by Marcie Stevens and Dalccn Kucera. It was reported by some of the members that they attended the 1982 4-H Snohomish County Achievement Program in Snohomish on November 20. Awards wcrc as follows: Record books.-- Dawn Wood. gold ribbon; MicheUe Arnold. gold ribbon; Shelly Purdy. gold seal: Dclla Kcphart. gold seal: Shawn Farrcll. gold ribbon and pin; Suzanne McClure. gold ribbon. Junior bread achievement: Shelly Purdy. intermediate Foods for All Occasions. Becky Kephart and Michetlc Arnold; leadership achieve- mcnt, Michcllc Arnold: jacket awards. Suc Gagnat. Della Kephart and Shelly Purdy; fashion revue. Emily Purdy. int. )er party. Election of silver: Becky Kephart. int. silver, and rUrdv, president; BeckyMichelle Arnold. int. silver. Construction )resitJent; Shelly Purdy, pins, Shelly Purdy and Michelle Arnold. Arnold. treasurer; flag bearer. Carrot sticks aret Doll. members present. Fruit were handed out as ;with the National 4-H theme to the Future." (Button theme as submitted by Robert Bond County.) Collette Ruth, a se demonstrator, explained tcr.ystal products and how to al. Tiny crystal hearts were .~aeh member. Reeees Peanut by Shelly Purdy were November 30. canceled due to illness of the leaders. Welcome to our new members. Carmel and Paul Finch. Rochelle and Michelle Arnold November reporters Merri-Makers December 18 -- Flag salute by Crystal Miller and 4-H pledge'by Daleen Kucera. Thank you's were written for resource people. Tami Purdy was Christmas basket chairman. Members were given "demon- stration aid" and "Nat'l Award supple- mentals" pamphlets. Biscuit techniques t punch, were demonstrated bv Shawn Farrell, t!lS, 8 members present. Emily Purdy, Michel[e Arnold. Shelly erst presented ideas she Purdy and Dawn Wood. All members ':- Food and Nutritional judged the two types of biscuits. .~rum she attended in Wash- December 13 -- Names were drawn for m September. The Missing the Christmas present exchange. Shawn ~t skit was ~nducted by six Farrell and Dawn Wood went over the others making name signs,hazards in the kitchen. Shelly Purdy went II keep a list of breakfast over different flours used in bread baking. -~ future and watch theirCaraway rye bread was made into,a turtle Cocktail sugar cubes and alligator and all sampled the product. Snow how much is contained December 20 -- The Missing Beef :s of coke (52 cubes) fruit Breakfast skit was performed. Members .~o, etc. Nutritional baseball played the baseball nutrition game. A U~teams and members then Christmas present exchange was enjoyed. Diane Beret the SnacksterMarietta Ruth had 4-H Clover Pop arne. Fudge brownies wereSuckers and Special K cookies. $15 was to by Michelle and be placed in the treasury fdr helping at the Fire Auxiliary dinner. Emily Purdy made 22, 18 members,resent, ice cream punch for everyone. re asked tobringCl~ristmas. December 27 -- Rosettes, Krumkaka atn ;. Shelly Purdy signed out and spritz cookies were made by members o be sold for club funds, to'bb'taken to the Arlington hospital and guide lines were given by the Arlington rest home for New Year's and Emily Purdy on. trays. -Reporter, Shawn Farrell ALWAYSSatisfactionGua:nteed AFFORDAB Arl,ngton from City Hall) JANUARY JEAN SPECIALS Womens, Teens SASSI CHASSl DENIM JEANS ~l/e Reg. 26.95 OR 2 PAIR FOR $30 /r Model A or Vette style Great fit, sizes 3 to 13 Mens, Teens BB BLUES DENIM JEANS Reg. 25.95 OR 2 PAIR FOR 32.00 r Heavyweight 14V2 oz. denim . Painter style . Northwest fit OPEN EVERYDAY 9:30- 6, SUNDAY 12- 5 Multi-family residences remained a strong housing segment. The 1086 new connections to apartments and condomin- iums were also down by nearly half of the previous year. 435.5757 0 It's a complex communications special circuit se rvices (WA TS, foreign world today, and getting more so with exchange services, data circuits, etc.) the deregulation of the telephone All functions needed to serve these industry. ' customers will be consolidated here. It That's why we're consolidating some will be the one center to call to order of our customer service operations, new service or to request changes in Putting the pieces together'in some existing facilities. central locations. That way you'll have just one number to call to reach a " " " specialist about your particular tele- phone question. .Here's generally how the program W Customer Service Order Center All single-line residence and business customers with leased telephone lines will be served by this center. Coin telephone customers also will be served The Business Service Order Center by this facility. It will be staffed by those advertising, bill inserts and other This will be the pointof contact for specifically trained to handle service information. all business customers with complex, requests needed to meet the needs of It's just another step to make sure involved systems. This includes corn- our single line business and our' your service is always more than just panies with two or more leased lines, or residential customers, good conversation. you purchase supplemental -- to help fill the gaps in lealth coverage. There are ,rent kinds of plans and there Unscrupulous agents selling ~rage. are there? Which is you? Is your present plan for you? Have you been an existing plan? Do you our insurance agent? What rn you need your insurance than adequate? Lots of ;pecially important that the escalating cost care, Medicare pays a portion bills, the remainder is your The seminar is free, another commun- ity service project of Peace Lutheran Church, Silvana. Church in Silvana there will be a seminar to address this crucial problem. Crucial to all senior citizens or persons that have parents approaching medicare age. This is not a pitch to sell insurance of any kind! This seminar is for your own information and knowledge. To give you peace of mind knowing you have the best coverage or to know in time to get proper coverage before you need it. Seminar leader will be Fred Misner of Lakewood. He has given similar seminars to many senior groups -- all received with praise and thanksgiving. r_ __, . participate in the program which emphasizes learning through play. Three days a total customer count to over 152,500. exceeding all but the last five years. ; xp 1.~1.831 SaTf TV week there are classes for the 3-5-year age group and toddlers (18 months to 3 The total number of new electrical At the end of the year the PUD's total .... J vears) meet once a week. For information on joining the pre-school, call Linda connections was 3747. While this figure count of residential, commercial, and I~ S5 OF ill Fioggarth at 334-9863 or Joy Knight at 653-7240. was less than the previous six years, it industrial customers throughout its ser- ON ANY PURCHASE OF $10 OR MORE k " exceeded any of the years 1970 to 1975 vice area of Snohomish County andI t --OR-- U inclusive, and amounts to nearly 13 new Camanolsland showed an overallincrease J! Sl 5 OFF ! ch sets se ed I or 14 new connections everyof nearly two percent. | | ~ON ANY PURCHASE OF $30 OR MORE ~ U " " r mlnar on m ica workday, There was 1636 new single I'm'''j'''I~'=j''==''=~'''=''=~''I-'= ,,~ . i family residences connected during 1982, , . . . uazaar baturaay down 30 percent below 1981. |J eEl.thing .Furniture oBrik-o-Brok [ ce f0 Mobile homes continued to be a large |, .Guoranteed Large Appliances , ,uran r senior citizens V rby'il~hebe?e~lladrS~t~Upde~Ysa~oth~, segment in the new housing market in To. ]j.rv's-Glass.ore "Antiques j the CO~e:~ilivl, ng ,s .high? Check quest,ons but how about some answers The hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Rummage, Snohomish County with 592 mobile homes Adverhse g. Medical costs are we nave answers, un the 27th o~ handicrafts, new wood stoves and lefse connected during 1982. .t~v~ce the rate of living costs. January at 7:30 p.m. at Peace Lutheran will be available.