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TtIE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, TItURSDAY, FEB. "" o,19oo. PAGE THREI I IS I ARLINGTON HTS. ] To Call For Bids I / On Mt. II Road nt," Norita Tveit, Phone 2 6J4. hoop ~q ! ~ ..... ,~ ~= p,~ ch~'~ ~ veJ! According to Forest Supervisor" lCo~ting the g~owing impor-t I w'farew?llaPartyJroin-her-t~us-- I HuPhil Bra~dnewr'llth:dBeUr~ia: a[ , 0z the Northwest, is the] lPw,n~r~m r.~noA s ..... ~...g 3 w,.,,,rville-[an early date for the contract: 'naO.W.snaplng up over the] [st avha~na I ~='~' ................... ]surfacing of a portion, of the .~engnts tor tarnishing ha-] I Hill o [ "~",'~ ........... ,,.^:....~]South Fork Stillaguamish Forest sa~ m the Northwest ._ ^.o.~...A! Burn ~v~r. anu m~. .~t ~t:.t a.~ ~,,h,.:~,, n'ho ~,..~o,,;.,....-~,~ article by Thomas P Swift] [a~eV;heal)a'le' [ boYt~sWne,~e :2nsnuerdguests at Carl[wi~l"be~/n near Red Br~d~'e "~1~ s~ew York Times of Jan. 25l i..,~ ~,~,~t~n= [ . .. J . ~lextend easterly to Perry Creek. attention on the hearing Imon~as" ~( Mrs. Anarew bwans[on a n o] Brandner says that the originak ill be held Feb. 16 as Ischeduled ce Mrs. Freda Patch attended the/plans called for the blaek-top- I ~ I funeralof Frank weaver, mr-[r)in~ of the highway from Vt*rint I that n]g in t n " " ht ...... the direction of a Re-I elogue of mo I meHy of RouteNo. 2, Arl go ,[to Perry Creek. However, the six: n Administration, the [ing~the West I m .~verett on lnursuay or laSt[mile section of new grade from p ..... weeK. Verst to tted Briage has not been over Commission IS South Amen, .............. era ....... ed to ~eopen its study of[ [are both int, ] tJuests at ~ne u m ~umm _[completea in reaalness mr sar- a ' resiaence are lvlrs, mgerson ann facing lgwaStsugplYof~th~t:a'[ [m~t~v~oa2dy and Mrs Ray Drake of Conerete'lMadagaskar missionary of the childr~nfKi~k:?n:uests at theI t to be in on Feb 16 " va i y ~ ~ "'use -Times -?ast~J. mTleO ..... Aas --- .*-~ g ...... " ~l ....tb-~,~ ,hi~ c~,~ti~, pray - No date has been set for the wed-lE ngelneLutheranchurch, was Clarence Oueen residence were[~f,o,,t, ......... ,,,~, ~u De amon me Ol[terest[ ............................... "1 " ' I resent " " [ ........ ' ............ " g Cars Colhde ~ diag. p and gave a fine well-re- Mr Leona Moat omer and Mr .d before th"v rnmen race desires to cooperate in ex .... ~ . s. g y . 0 Go e "l.,,.,t~ ........ 1 ..... mmodit- inl Two cars collided on Hlway Lewis Bradley has been dis-[celved address. Miss Olson m at and Mrs. Harold Bleek and ehil-thing at the E. A. Chrlsman resi--- -.,,~ury oouy ip~-.... s ,.. "-"-':v:"W "-" . "-, I1-A Saturday aoout iour miles ohnrcn~d from ~rmv lifP and haslPresem nose on Iurlough. tim- dron denee t' oraer [o malntalna lavorame ....... ~. ............. . .................... ~aclfle Northwest area,[~,~ ..... f ~a~ [south of Arlington, overturning ~one to Florida to visit his broth-[]owing the bum ness meet mg a Mr. and Mrs. Victor Freyd visit-IFarewell Party Iron, Oreuon~ and Idaho, I ................ lone car. the other car shearing. ..... 7~ pavtnnz ......... Rramov,. Iluncn was servea with Mesaames ed relatives" m" the Arhngton" hos- A farewell party was given ht ~st re [ Alberta has the power of con] l . shining market in ...... " off several fence posts.In Gus Mr. -,.,,~n'~ ................... Mr~ ~h~ Wa.q.~nn]J H Myrwang and Arthur. Rod ,~f~.~... ,,,,"- ~,q'm'q~"., honor_ of............. Rill Tvoit and l~ieh-:elr.~ tea States which is notltrl over me export o~ namrallLang,s upper field. My reform- (~v.~lono~ and Lo~li,~ .tenner of]as hostesses. Due to Illness, the ~.. -" Swanson Frida- evenin- at the : With nature's "wonder" ]gas from the Province. [ant says no one seemed to be &.~'2~'~=';-~,~, ~,,,-~'~:,':, :,,~th th,~rllnstallation of new officers was ~x~ver an mveraary ~ [Community hall The ~rtv wa~ ocatu.*:= o.t.,t.*,J. ~uxuaj --a~,~ ..... IVII' ann Mr r n e bwan- iS ral~idly expanding re-I -- t hurt and the responsible parties narents, Mr and Mrs Fred Jen-[pstpned until t h e February ,~,~ ~:,q,~hr~t,.tS;h~a ~lCor Anna lattended ~)v a large "gro[lp o] sn , * d "- ' meetin ......................... " " . own a population in-In | . t~ | . [returned the next day and men - -~r ] g ........ Iteen a-e friends of the two approximately 40 per[rroauc[lon ~.,reQ[[ ted the broken fence. "'"~ .... Mr ...... r Mathis[ Officers for the present year ~::Yis~i~ur1~Ym ~oan~a~Yr~[Mrs. J~us Norman, Mr. ancl-M~o." ne last ten years or more [ A . -- . I -- ~v~r;a.u ~._numy .. ..Iwere formally installed at im.,~ .... ; .... ~,~ ~r. o.,a ~r.~[John Patch, and Bill Buck.]e~" t~e:h~ national ave, age/Corporation Stock [Stark Visit . . apeant~Y~urndn?~(~ Aan~or~enne~lpreS~uec~elr~s~e~uinndaZiO~rLuther-: ~]mer'SScl~e~.'~Mr'and"~frs "~;mlwere in charge, The two boys left~* es nave movea In-I .... I Sir Stork once again noverea ,_,.... ,~ o~o~ .... ,~ ~.... ~o,~n~, I y. P - ~,.~,~,,t. M; and Mr~ Antonltor their respective oases on ~un- a. lit. ~',~,.~,. ||~a~As~ lover our newhborhood, this time ...................... . :._.~]ent officers are. Howard Vognlld, T.,n,,~ .... ~, o.,n X~,~ T,,hn~day. Dick to Fort Lewis and~ mO JL ~.[|1|~;1 ~JF~flFil~ .t . zvtr~ ~v~eJvin ~xurten~en v~t=utOliver Satra Alfred nov,= r -*,,,---s~,,,,, ................. Iron ,,, o~,-,,,, ~,,.,~,~mo,, ~.. ~.]~ , the more lm ortant of he left a fine baby girl at the ..... Boa d , r h r ........... ~ ................. " P . her mother in Snohomlsh, one of Tr Damelson, M.. and Mrs. A t u v , dustrles -- for national[ Spokane, Jan. 31 --- Washmg-lBob Sancrants She henceforth ................ I ustees, Howard Rod, Petere ........ ~, o.~n ~r~ a,t q-,,~,tlfornta , . ' . uay o~ ~a~t veer,. Hansen Mrs ~l B Knut rs o ...... ,,., .............. ' ........ . . --is the Atomic Energy[tons six production credit asso- known as Susan Kathhne, ar- [ ....2 . . sen, M -i,.,n,~ .... hto.~,,v~t- M, C'-ar,,] Mrs. Harry Carlson is stlll vimt- oert ~reKnus, E Ele~sen Board non s plutonium plant at[ciatior~s made 2,060 loans for $14,- [rived Sunday, Feb. 1. She joins ~... .,.,o,,,~,. [ . .. . , ~o,.]~,~n rl~n~rhtor ~f the .~wan ling in Kansas but is e~ hydroelectric power[, .P P ' [ -- ! drove her son" Geral(1 Nyblod SIS--- .... - ........ Y ~"" [ The Choraliers will hold its[ _ Y~. . o e g" ~ g : , makes the Pacificltoaay. I"rimber" I,.o, #,~ him ~ntl ,toll ~,~e,,e~ urlthl~.UP,vt~ntenuent' ann Mrs. UllVel,~,~v~ .-~o~.,. oe *h,~ h,~m,~ nf ~,~istratlons are r~ay tmKer anet: s,t market a highly at- I Mr. Henry said the Washington[ With the elements klekmg up l the Nordstroms Mrs Chas. Lewis] . . p!anlst;, ..... land Norton Chrisman' Monday lDnlta Liddle.. Each girl Is tu. IU ' ~a,x~uu ~vlyrwang ann son bring a valentine ann weal- p m for the pipeline associations, which make season-lsuch a fuss around the globe itsI (Marlene) of I)arrington came[~tonh .... n r~ ..... ~,~ D..,. levening. Late-comers are stilll ............. ~ot " ]al loans to farmers and stock-lit least -ffifferent to hear of a]home to care for the little Prieh-lert'~t;e"rl~'insi~'v~e~=~at~l~e" l~vr'lWelcome to join the singingle2 eetmane nat zor the nat_ . ne.w. . [men, nag 6,a~ stocKnomer-mem-lman-made freak accident Mr. lard children during her mothers/w ........... Y "|group I o . is Interested in pro-]bers on Dec. 31, 1952. Of this ]and Mrs. Ben Jenkins and daugh-[ absence g [ Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Swan-[ A correction in last week's col-. ~.~s new venture The]number 2,379 were holders of "B"[ter Alice motored to Sedro-Wool-I /-'~"ff-"~'=~"-'*_'-~-'._?''~ o .- ' [ston visited Mr. Martin, Mrs. [umn: t h e birthday eelebratedf ~rlnglng natural gas tolstock, or those currently usinglley Sunday to visit Ben's aunt IMothers March | .... ~pytam seeing oI ~ne con-}Swanston,s father, in the Everett]was that of Ruth Olberg .... ~ re atlon was nel , ,, , " awes I g g a bunoay eve , t t is not a new one. lth.e" services of these credit in-.Mrs. Lena Kinsey. A few daysI. Mothers drive on March of In,rig at Fir'st Lutheran church"lGeneral hospital. "He is expected/ Don t let the wet weather ._concern ~o ioster mlSlstltutlons. Ibefore their visit loggers, whilelDimes, locally, with porch lights,/Lak-w .......... 'lto return home any day. ~get you down and see you next: l~nt, the Northwest Na-[ At the close of business on Dec l clearing some timber felled a lnetted $16 95, which was an ad-/....r.~_Y-u-..~mng m an .y ]m-I Mr a n d Mrs Niles Darrowtweek--if I haven't been floodedl ~o t~om an was lncor ' " h , " I~U tallt matters OlSCUSSeU ltwas" ' " "" ut b then~ :_ ._ P Y, "]31, 1952 the six PCAs had 1,455] uge tree across Mrs. Hensseysldition to the cards previously]dec, ............. ' ...]were dinner guests Friday eve./o y m 1946 b r .... u~u u~at ~peelal services Wlll .... y the pet oleumlloans outstanding for $5.867,683.1barn completely demohshmg lt.lmalled In. lb~ h,~M ~,,.,,~o,, M~r,,h ~th t,,[ -- . -----~~ i~onsultant concern oi[Whis compares with $5,198,591 on A limb went through a nearbyI - l ol~serve" the"4~5"t~' anniversary of l1 ............................... _ .......... b:.-2,:,_p axLu ~v~,c~xee r~- I the same date in 1951. raoolt ,nu[en coma~.nmg six .r~- I Stilly Up : the organization of t h e First =~lng tor me unoer.I .~.~,w~]~w~n~P~AatWalla oils w~mou~ tOUChing a raoom/ The"bdlly"wasonarampagel~,,~,, .................... [I -- GIV[ IHEM , Walla is now eomp et y - _ ....... the first astor will be the uest -- --.~ the--'-----eentop promlsedfllght underVer" . 1 el mere Saturday but in the early hereeVe" p g nvestment banking con" ber-owned. The other five asso-.i~hd~ry. Dinne.r ....,_m,e c,nmooK a~mosp_, speaker of that day ~ ,... m= .- M ........ lciations Interstate PCA at Spo- ivirs, uiauoe uamasKe eeleorat-}suosloea ano oy morning nan " II - (]~ R |3 II "~ [ I Ill ~tan~:vni:~aa2/?Yho~o?2~[kane, North Washington PCA at ed a birthdayweekend:. Satur?ldropped consid_efable, wh!chwasI The birthday of Mrs. Karen[I ~ ~-. ~ ~ U~~- ~!~ i~-~:5.. ....... " .....]Okanogan, Puget Sound PCA at day she was ~etea a~ o]nner at/a reue~ m many, especxm~y um~elPederson was observed in aim -~~'~b -.~'- In-, n~,~. i.,~',~.o~.: [Mt Vernon Southwest Washing- Mr. and Mrs William Tviets. ] residing near its banks happy manner last Sunday whom ]~ ~ ~-----.~." ~"~ ~ ~ m ~ ~ " ~l in f?.~',~,~ t'h'~"~,~]tn PCA at Chehahs, and Yaklma Later they all drove up to Damas-[ .... --Z--Z'--,.. [a large family gatherin~ was ]~ ~_'~. _ ~-~.".a~_ ~ II I~ II -- s v a r'arK en o -,~.~.~.,~ _,~,~-~,~ a. ,.;':2"': .... .~"~^ "--~ "~Valle,, Yakima have re- Kes to watch television,Mr./ ivirs. Glen er nao an "lheldOn M,~nn~,, o~, ...... ,~..II -'~'~~i~ ~]~ I ifllli I m = ~v t~ Langley & uo , -' ' , da when -.---- ~ ~..,,~., u,= __ -.~----~.~ -"- -" -" . .. "'[naid most of the ~overnment Damaskes birthday gift to Mrs.[joyable birth y Thursday :birthdav ~,rou~"~'h~-~n o~ ~,~.[~ ~ ""-'-"~'~ - ...... ano DominicK; vioore,[[unds in their capital~" structures Damaske. Sunday the Damaske's[three generations ...... of her family home and ................. brou ht her belated ~:,u ~.ynen, anu manY]and are nearing the point of drove to Marysville for a birth-[came to help celeorate. They birthday wishesg c ........ t~,.[I .......... ;est Nat,,P~ hoo N=,~o~[member'wnership" day dinner at Mr. and Mrs.]were ~31enna and her dau.ghter[and a~delieious'no~.~os~"~une~[I ntifically bal- ...... ~ .... a d ~eorge Lees J~aroara ano oaoe t~urns uean I was en'o ed hase contracts with ub In Idaho Montana, Oregon n J y . . . .... s -[ ...... , ........ es ]and Thelma and her two bovs]---- 11 lthe vital elements ui the Gulf Oil Coroora /washington, ~ n e iour StaL -- t ......... "-- ,; tm ~,,.~u ~-.~t,o ,~ .................... ~- " i Mrs Dal teckelber w in bcotr and t~anoy ano a irlena, Standard Oil Comnanv[under the supervision of the Spo- . e S g as -] ............ II 1/11 ...... - ,. st le r sl en " r Mrs mlarle Tonueu ano. her sonl[ For f~nd productlvlty.ior health ~ro~ th and )roduchvltv rnia and others It-has-ikane corporation, Mr Henry said al d as,,p e "d t of Deg ee " " , ~, * t .. at'agent sales' contracts]the 30 PCAs' last year made 12-of Honor Thursday evening Chucky.; In the evening. Clever. II SHOVEL DRAGLINE I/I I * ' Burn Hill',tea Mrs r ann wi~e came to greet her un ~ dlstributin corn anies 637 loans for $130,49~,588, as corn- . Roy Ca lson " " or 1 " nd .g P[ ared with 13,195 loans for $129- and Mrs John Johnson are on;the Sunaay .... evening followlngll Hoe~.,,Work Ill HIINTER ~ SON and Seattle. P . . , ,~ ................. , ..... ~"'~= -'- ~=~ ~'~-~-. *~--;~----~ her staff and Glad-s' Almh is rmwaro ann wlie Laura came ! I[I ..v..... ....... ;~t~a{~w::e~rin~ilLr~a~e/~;;~wi~ $~5~:/98.~5'4~'in"'~oans Outer Watch. The'ceremonies down from Darrmgton. .... I LEDBETTER.. _ II! Phone 2051 *rli.gton, Wttsla ~sy'Po~C. Tw.additinal!~st~.d~na~)eCr~Pa~dlWlth ~t~ell~ergY, s lyPn~?SS~a LMr;'lHe~'gl~Ys sp~a~She p~st ~rn~g~o~]] ...... . ar,mg~on i) _ In appncams in ..... h..r.^l, ......... ,., ...... , .... ~lwith his grandparents, Mr andl ave b in r ra d'BLUEBIRDS the presidency upon her. Her ~n~. oetc~ ~J~tw~. n~ urutner r~- een co o te r P :-" " husband Dalo hor mnthor ]~fr I mer spent the previous week-endl urpose of transporting: niue jays ................., with them ' " as to the Pacific North- Our group met at Klein s. We Hugh Putman of Lake Wenatchee[ .. ." ....... .I ~ ~~. ~. | ~ ~ ~~ V Mr ano Mrs Blll blumen ano )f these the Westcoast are busy making surprises. Judy i andher aunt, E. e Chew of Gran:[q~. r; ~ w ..... : ..... e.,..n..., ,ol ~ m I~, ~ ~ m-- )n Comnanv Ltd Klein brought the treat. Loretta i[e Jralls, ivirs. ~teiia rarsons and -Y*.'2 Z" ~\~, ........ ~ ~,~u,~ ~I m . ~ ~ I ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ I" ~,,, L~.~.~- ~(,.k~.,~' Helgeland scribe Mrs. Cecil Preston of Burne Hill [v~sl~ ~everly s p area.m, ~..r. anal,~.....~ ~[~__..~ | -~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~.,.... ll~o~'~r~'~'~l'*~* "~ ' ~''-~" were among the guests Mrs.'~lrs. J k~J. Daniel. ~everly ann] ........ ~. ": ............... " e ..... ,- ---- Putman came ,wer W~n~n~,,',Terry remained until Tuesoay. I ~algary ..,, lf ....... ~ . ~ew Mexico We met Monday night atMrs, anMdrretUnrned Saturday. ....[erM 'w nd sMur~#lviS~iitiths :t E~e INGREDIENTS r was formed by Ray Jenson s. we [alkeo aoou~ our . a ivirs. ~:arl wlii]amsonI r:]~n ~t~,~, ~,~.,o [ executive of the Fishmemory book, and about a party and twins are staying a fewl'~'Mr_'~.:.~:'~," ;;""'.'-" , . ~ .i ~-~al~ ~ ==m--m ram=-- ~ A .~=mm~ A ~ weeks at the taml s UlCK IMeSlCK S sister ann Company He heads we are giving for a lady Kay "ly home with o ... o ~ ~-,~ "qV /~"l~'-- " ~-,~ /_~, /~ /._~, I ~'r Northwest Pipeline Elder brought the treat It was Mr. and Mrs. Carl Williamsonl~aInliY came up ~rom ~eattle to: U II II I... ~~ ~lb~li..lll---- Engineering" ~- " cup " and children spend the weeK-can with the Fish cakes Darlene Underwood, ]Klesicks . " . ..... riowever, as the nigh " ' ' rOU hoed Texas-Ilhnols and scribe Mr. Oscar Southermark took lw ......... ~ es, as much as as httle as ) a~er mrea~enea ~o enter me Mrs Southermark to Sedro-Wool- I Klesick ~ -- ret - - ley Yuesday where.she will stay, .. --- nose, mey. - urnea ~o ~or ~eattle accompanleo ny Mrs. ~itmh htoerbed:Ugh~eer .Mrs. JoeiKlesic~' Dick, Jr., and Linda. Mr. * PATCHING SIDEWALKS OR DRIVEWAYS , =, uv~v,. ,~ Kle ' " w sick remained to atch the health'has not imnro..ed a~ ox-lo . . ............... ,,,,,,~.~ ,~m^~.~,-. pected. Mr. and Mrs. Nemo came " down Sunday an0 too~ lvu. m *[H D c~,,~. -- ~ q'l~_q~q~TM~ "l:)rl.~q~.~ Mrs,. Southermark with them to:~TI'e~s~l;~'~ 11 ~ ~ ............ visit Mr and Mrs Lem Rhynardi in Seattie " The next Home Demonstration ~ MAKING MACHINE BASES, ETC. . " ........ [meeting will be held Feb 11th Mr. a n o ivirs. AlIreo booer- " , . strom -~ Stanwood were ..... + Iwlth Mrs. John Slack on Deer You don't have t,o buy sand and gra el and sweat over a concrete nuxer, nor oMdra ;ndr s r oO/nCon, ns o/ /Cre katlton SohnPmed ngayl ndes YOU don't have to have a big Ready-Mix concrete mixer bring your concrete . . . . i _ .. t'sages Every ond interested is if you have,only a little job Is lmprovmg. ~r. ano ~v~rs./inviten . ~ , Gearatd Sherman of Lake Cas-" Mrs~'-' ..... ,', - . ...... ~eue umstott spen~ couple sldy visited the Robln~6ns Sun . . ~ " of weeks in Everett with her son B.v It Bv the Package oay. George and wife and who took " " sir. and Mrs. Gilbert Makus her home Sundav Jan 9~th and children were Sunday dinner While in Everett had an" at'tac~k Large, cleared buflding lots, in the Wrobliski Addition. Entire plot well designed--City water mains. Good drainage ,. Streets clear of utility poles--Good residence district. 2675 -:- 413 Olympic guests of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Makus of Lake Stevens Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lind visited the Estle Sundquists Sat- urday evening Mr. and Mrs. John Nelson and family of Ever- ett were Wednesday evening guests Mrs. Gust Zaretzke, Mrs. John of flu which spoiled a perfectly good time. To Hear Candidates The local P.T.A. met Wednes. day night, Jan. 28, in the sbhool cafeteria. After a short business meeting, the hostesses, Mrs. Til- lie Mathis, ,Mrs. Gust Pearson and Mrs. Eugene Orton, served Amundson, Ard~ll Amundson and refreshments. It is planned to in- Leandor Amunc~son are employed rite the candidates for school di- at the new box factory at the rectors to be present at the P.T.A. !B1vBr~sE --~ .... -- ~ meeting. It was also announced [ too that Mrs. Chas. Gaffney-has crI T TTAT?V /, joined the candidacy as a sticker x.~a.~J--~ ,~*~.~v~. []candidate and that she, too, is ! very accomphshed ORDELIA COOPER ~ ---" __: ----- ____ Abbie Ardelia Cooper, 83, airport. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd of Route 2, Arlington, died in an Amundson were out over t h e Everett hospital Tuesday, Jan. 27 after an extended illness Mrs. Cooper was born March 23, 1869 at Oregon Springs in the Idaho Territory At a very early age she re- turned with her parentsto La- moni. l~wa and later to Missouri In 1893 she was united in mar- riage to the late E. A. Cooper at North Platte, Nebraska She resided in different parts of western Nebraska until com- ing to Washington in 1929. She ms resided in the Ebey Camp listrict since that time. Surviving relatives are 3 sons, N. L. and Chas. Cooper of R. 2, Arlington; Elyie Cooper of Silver- dale, Wash.; 12 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren. Funeral services were held Thursday in the Chapel of the Solie Funeral Home in Everett Elder Elliot Gilberts of the Re- organized Church of Jesus Christ and Latter Day Saints' officiat- ing. Burial was in the Cypress Lawn cemetery, Everett weekend ,to help t h e John Amundsons install some new plumbing Mr. and Mrs. Leander Around- son were guests of the Ed Bar-[| netts in Everett Sunday.evening. | Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Christen- | son of Everett entertained Mr. and Mrs. John Amundson Sun- day evening. Mr and Mrs. I-rarry Spring of Sunnyside were Wednesday eve- nlng guests of the Dale Steckel- bergs. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thorgaard :left Wednesday for a short va. cation in Minnesota where they wilt visit Mr. Thorgaard's broth- er and family. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Van Meer and children Bobbie and Pee Wee of Seattle called on Mrs. Stella Parsons Sunday. Mrs. Parsons an~ Sandra spent Saturday in Everett. While there they visited Miss Etta Lang. Mr. Harry Carlson took Sunday dinner with the John Johnsons. Mrs. Carlson is scheduled to re- turn in a few days. Dry Ingredients- -/:or Concrete HANDY HOME PACK--JUST ADD WATER DOES your sidewalk, curb or driveway need patching? Do you need clothesline or fence posts set? Do you want stepping stones for the garden? Do downspouts need new splashpads? Do machines in your plant need concrete bases? Here's the answer! Tru-Mix Dry ingred- ients for concrete in handy home size s~ck. Ready-mixed. ready-to-use. Just add water It provides the exact propor- tlons for a good concrete job. No guessing about how much sand. gravel or cement to buy. No need to buy big quantities for a small job. Tru-Mix Dry ingredients for concrete comes in small sacks--just enough for the average lob. Ingredients include standard Portland cement, sand and ~ravel ~regates graded to specification, kiln dried. There are two kinds Each ready-to-use. Just add water. STANDARD CONCRETE MIX--With pea gravel for smaller concrete jobs such as setting posts. " TOPPING MIX--Sand and cement only, for patchingside- walks, floors, etc. ANTI-tIYDRO A liquid integral waterproofing and hardener for concrete and stucco. Just the thing for waterproofing concrete for milk houses. Keeps floor dry--no sweating. Can be applied also to c(mcrete or pumice blocks. For Further Particulars Arlington, Wash.