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L~ THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, FEB. 12, 1953. PAGE FIVE I A.A.U.W. Meets I i I First Baptist Church t~L__;_t;_ _ ~_; [ The Everett branch of the A.A. [ LAKEW" ' D ]Robert.son Hall ~ . .unsuan acaence [vw. held their meeting Wuesdayll ..... (.]0 ,,~t , [ Ser~ces at 2.'30 p.m. ~unu.ay. | ,~,~,h,~.Ja ]~A|~l,,-w~e] [evening in Everett The featured [ lvl~; nltae, corr. ~Lh~r~ tRey. l~urgess ~aggett, of fine- a.~,l, Lua~ al~;uv~;a~;u ..... Ispeakers were Dr. Jarboe, Statell t'none 211/ "; , [hurst, pastor. 11 ~m Anne lvleugmot [Fellowship chairman and a stu-I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lucker -- I==--=--. here monaav rnone ~zJl ]dent from Italy who is sponsor- visited with Mr. and Mrs. wm. ~ [t, nurcn of Jesus Christ, " .... led by the organization. ThoseIHasko last week. Mr. Lucken is ~ [of Latter Day Saints A lecture on Christian Science lattending from Arling.ton were:lhome on leave from the navy. ~~ 4 ] Sunday School 10 a.m. at V.F. was delivered in the Arlington Plan Pre-Sch~l ASsn. [Miss June Hergert, M~s Joanne[ Mr. and Mrs. Louis Stuller and ~ ~ I W. hall. High School Auditorium on Mort- Part Collects Magazines Ingram, Mrs Charms ~rew ~vlssISonja spent Sundaj, in Soattle wv~m~m~._~-J t da y . . . ' , ,~,---. ~ ---'----- y evening. February 9th, by [Y Lions held their reg-[ The Assn. monthlylLilnhandL~iqk:'GMerSgiBl~imeisN, el'[visiting the Alfred .Stullers.. ~[~ f F~aithMissin C.hur9 George Nay,- C. S. of Chicago, thly meeting Monday meeting was held in me ~oose-I . . . yr. anti ~wrs. ~. x. ~cot~ cete- ia_~ ,~ro. Aaamson m charge illi,ni~ ~w,~mk~ ,,e +,,. ~X~,.~ ..e n the A.O.U.W. hall. velt school in Mrs. Barter's room[ Mr and Mrs Robert Huff Mr ]brated their 49th wedding anni-_ ....~. [ Sunday School, 9:45 a.m . ":" ~' .~". .......... "~ '~,~'* "" :Were made to help the Tuesday evening of this week] _ - ' ." versary on Monday Feb. 9. Mr. uuvana ann ,-a~:ew~a k, amsnMorning worship, 11. Evening Lecturesmp of The Mother With refreshments to be]The association is conducting a[anfl.Mrs" He.nrYrL~WtYi~ndvethse~ and Mrs. Bert Scott entertained The Lutheran Free Church [worship, 7:45. Church, The First Church of lat a card party Saturday]drive for magazines as a meanS[Iaa~ll~e:rtan~e2V~er ~uels ent a]them on Monday evening. O.J. Haukeness, pastor ] Weekly services Tuesday Christ, Scientist in Boston" Mas- lg, February 14th. The[of raising funds Anyone wish-] ............. ~P ...... [ Wednesday afternoon callers Silvana-:--.. .. [l'hursday anu Saturday, 7:45.sachusetts Mr' Nat, was'intro- Will be held upstairs in[tug to dispose of old magazines,]]vely any, ~unuay at ~teveU~[at the Alfred Bjorn home were Saturflay, ~eb. 14--Connrma-[=-----~--.. _ _' ...... _ -- : -. '~ .... " '_4 " " " " "" " ' b 15 -- Sunda Sabbath. ehool 9:45; Devotmno u ch of Chrmt, Scien- Will be turned over to the127853. Mrs. C. W. Fowler, 1285,I ..... -~ *"~ Dann" Butt-r IKatherlne Hagstrom of Chnton .. Sunday, Fe.. . .^ Y/~ ...................... i,,~+ A.~, ............... ~:L"-'- . -- ~ /:~''.~" :"~ --~,.~%':~ ..... " ...... I field (Lila Gardner) and daugh-tanu ~m~. r~a~o,u Dju~n. Divine worshin at 8 n m The Lu ]vice Tuesday, 8"00 tauspices the lecture was present- Y"ments were serves Y/uam rmer, zu" ] " ] e Ha Gardnrs of the ~" "" "[ " " " ~ }~inittee. Chet Thorn - . ters Vmkl and Dehbm of Everett Th ppy e e ther League will meet after- ~ ed. The sublect of Mr. Nay s lec- Mr~ . p Mrs. Ray Carlson d~d a splen- s ent the da Sunda with Mr Lakewood 4-H Club met at the ~Cathohc Church ture was "Chris i n Sci n Tho Mr~ ' nd P Y Y wards The officers of the Luther t a e ce Arti Ernest LU~wmk, a d~d lob of geeing a program to- and Mrs. Mitlirtg. leaders home on Saturday. The League will serve. !Father James H.Deady, pastorCoincidence of Pure Scmnce and ]~ .... rnomp o.. .... [getner. Mr. r:oy Larsen accom-| * * * - iofficers for the year are: presi- Monday Feb 16---Choir nrac-[~urmay masses: iPure Religion." ~ ".:E m ~rance anu rmnana[panied some of his pupils withistork Visit [dent, Pat Hughes; vice-president, t~o,~ ~ ,~,' " " [ Arlington --- 9a.m. on first,I "-o ~aown by Mrs. Bob Leach.| several numbers that were im-I ............ L---IArlene Vroman; secretary, Arlys Lakew~od" I third and fifth Sundays, 11 a m I The annual meetin~ of West lvlr ann Mrs ~nester ~ensenl --- " Club [~gg::lYae~i~cYaedi2/-alelrdre?:?:elare proud paren}s of their second Vr~:nn; re ~orretas?r~[ar 2~niie~e Saturday, Feb. 14--Confirms-ns~;cn2odand f~.~th 2n:eaySn.d Coast District of the Lutheran I ~',- -- / .- - - " ~-. I child a son born Monday eve-I g " P g " tion Class 2 p.m. . . --- ]Free Church will be held in Cen- -aursaay i Brose, ~ob Peterson, ~.arry Lli-I nm" '"~eoruary~' ~ ..... 111 tll~" J~Vgr~2ttl~....... er. , Sundav~, Feb. 15 --- Sunday ann. ~ourth. Sundays. 11 a.m. on tral Lutheran" Church, Salem, Home DemonstrationClub]son, Dan Dickenson and Chuck r...~._, ~---o-ital He wei-hed The 1st Lutheran Ladies' Aid School 10 a m Divine worshiu 11 [~rst, third and fifth Sundays. ]Ore, from Thursday evening, t~eet for a. 1:00 o'~ock/Mcquestion. 17-']~s:6~/~'oz~.~t b'irth. He jo~ns a[will meet on Feb. 19. Hostesses a.m. "~ IDA~TON CHURC'ES" [Feb. 19th, through Sunday, Feb. aaaat the home or ~rs.[ Dr. Ben Burgoyne spoke nlsister, Joan, who is two years]will be Mrs. Emma Thompson -------- ] .......... ~_ ]22ha. ~,,.ralor Thursaay, ~eo'l"Care of the sick child" whichlold Paternal ~randparents aretMrs. Les Baunsgard and Mrs. P. Congregational Church [uarr~ngton ~emoam~ ~nurcn ] o----------- n~tn.. A Home Planning was a particularly timely top.ic. Mr: and Mrs. Jens Jensen of[Tollefson. A.D. Brokaw, minister ~.L ~orse~n~ pastor | CARD OF THANKS ratlon w,l~ beg,yen bYlA question and answer permdlArlington [ Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hovik visitedSunday Church School, 9:451-L~un~ay bcnool.10 a.m.. Wor:l Mrs. Blanche Lane wishes to ~ter ~-,p ~ a m evening service t ~t ann lv~s. ~alor. [followed. [ " * * * l with Mr and Mrs George Angel- a m I ~,~, : [thank her kind friends and telL- * "- "- * " " " " .aaa ', t~t ........... [ Refreshments were served byI Jim Sheppard, 19,son of Mr.lel m Seattle on Sunday. Morning Worship, 11 o'clock.[e .... [t~ves for the pleasant remem- w~ .o,~.a mr mqay . [Mrs. Theo Swimme, Mrs. Leoland Mrs. P. C. Sheppard, of R. 4,1 Mr. and Mrs. K. Gronning and Sermon, "Our Almost INCRED-[Catholic Church (Darrington~ [brances they extended on her ~u_~r~enas canes on lwrs.[Hall and Mrs Richmond Allen.[Arlin~ton left Monday ev2ningIgirls o:[ Everett called at the Ar: IBLE Faith " [ Mass every.~tnrr]n. nt O ~ r~ ]recent birthday. ~0"~Ira. Thursaay,.~eDruaryl ' *'* * |for San Diego to report t~) thelnold Bjorn home on Saturday, Pilgrim Fellowship, High[~ " ................ [~ b,~2elp her cemorate .herI ~- ~-.~ Mrs Gartell and Mil-~Marine Corps, having enlisted in]evening to wish Alan Bjorn a School Young People, 7 p.m. Calveury Pentecostal [] ]L Ironies| ~o ~ru~ m.~ [ d':~ay. Mrs. rm~m nveS[dre~l'.an~lV~art~a Ann Thomnson[that branch of the service. He[happy 7th birthday. [---------- I Darrington [[ I'~R[~[ULU~ ][-~r|~ ] ~-u ~.enore. ] .........~-~- ....... u~sts[has ben employed at Boeing's IMr affd Mrs. Gower Hanson Our Savior's Lutheran Church Sunday school, 10 a m ; morn- . * UI J~ l't:fbLUl 1, YV ~ll., ~}U ~OL , . . " " ' Cr- [at the home of Mrs Elizabeth]and was hofne Tuesday for a vls~tlmotored to Rmhmond H~ghlands[Burke & Newberry ]rag worship, 11; children's]] A~L~;ON."~S'H.-- ....[ ia~'~uPA " [~h,~,~,~, ................. "" ~,,nda-: oe. this]before reporting for duty.. [on Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs.]Edwin Sandvig, Pastor { church,. 7 pm. . evangelistic ser. "~StUd~r~7o ..... onsored b'']week [ The Weslyan Service'Guild of]J. A. Johnson. _ ...... ; [. Sunday School at 9:45 a.m. lvme, 7:30 p.m .~ |[ t~ A. hui~___x,r_~_~___ I /] ro lzed Dealer I ~-- ~ '-" "~'~' ~" zl " I.h~ ~..~...,...~....~, ~.'..tI lvtr. anti lwrs. gonn vu~encnlworsnip ~ervice at 11 am with l[ Xl~.lIlllbOIl YY~UCII~S I l~::,.- . will meet Tues ..y, .. ..... : .. . [m .... ~- ~ob ~Tth ~t tho h~m~[and Roy Arnes of Seattle were]nursery in basement Sermon[..~ ngto~ Baptist Church [~ -~..~L o .. ., t. ............ te ~..a~ ~ ~rown,astor -- - ~, ....... " - week-tun house guests at the xt" II Chronicles 7"11-18 Sun- P ~: Anyone wishing to join [ The Hettie Lowe Guild willlfLavrineQuakeat7:30mthelHaroldBjornhome" !day'atap.m.--Pre-Lenten'Pray-] Sunday School 9:45 a.m.;[[ [ ~UP for a study of the[meet weane,saay evening,. ~eo. s: .. ] Mr and Mrs Otto Bjorn celt- er Service Worship, 11 a m.; preaching ~er.[[ BUTL~.R PLU~BING [ ~as me ',------------- " " " of Africa ~s welcome to[18 at 8.00 o clock, at the no I,~~,[brated their 35th wedding anni-[~ . |wee 8 p.m. M~dweek service l[ [ this time the stud will be fs wMi~" De~InsYl~I~dlarCLoh~teass~ i[ [[versary on Monday evening, Feb. I Silvana-Lakewoed [Thursday at 7:30 p.m. [[ 604 Fifth Street [ ~, Y " ., " .. ~1 ,qlLVANA I,z Callers of the day were Mr.]Lutheran Parish ~ |l ...... I ,~'~ and Sudan Mrs. ~onn ~)anuma. I ~U .... "___" ........ I and Mrs Alfred Bjorn Mr and[J. H. Myrwang, pastor [SELL IT--If you have any article[[ rnone z~o~ I ,, * * * [ * * * ... I] lV'co//:ne/2gn~lm' [[Mrs. Harold Bjorn, Mr.' and" Mrs.]Zion Lutheran, Silvana:I of furniture, nor in use, try s[[ ARLINGTON, WASH. .[ ~:~,Udie Thompson is homeCelebrating her fourth b~r~n-[~ ,m,~ e .... ,~..~.~.~" ~.~n ~[Olaf Bjorn and Mr and Mrs [ Saturday Feb 14, 9"30 am--| r~mes classified ad. /I I ~er being in Portland forlday on Tuesaay, ~eoruary mnlr~ ":'~',~ ~:-~.'~,~[Donald Bjorn and children of[Confirmants meet. It-'::-:-:--:-- ............. - ........................................ ~weeks, visiting with herlwas Carol Ann, daughter oI lwr. l~"~"~" .... ;~ "~ ..... ~....~.',~ ~,"~=~[East Everett and Johnny Vuke-[ Sunday, Feb 15 -- 9"45 am [~ ........................................... "[ ater n regular OUslness ,,vvt,,~ ,a~ W:,. and family, Mr. and]and Mrs. Harry Yost. CarmAn [ ........................ [lich [Sunday School'; 11 am:, Divinel[ 1r1~$~::~ ~'~a"~l"~T~ "~XT:~[aT~-'~e r miam Peck. The purpose[and guests: Nancy ~ste, ~anaYlCU~y ~v~'"~ ~t. a /?'~=l Mr and Mrs Willard Crow andlServiees. " l] IJL ~ l.~Llll~ I~JI2,~Y ;~ | t_eXtended visit was really]Quake, Roberts Yost, Barbara a[n~tenne~2nC~a~n :xicnangebm vt~le son "Bob of Stanwood visited[ .Thursday Feb. 19 -- 8 p.m.,[[ | pacquainted with her new[Wangsmo, and Verna Lee leagueI .... ~: .... ~ ~; juy_,.u. _~ ,~, [with the George Siegels on Sum]Lenten Services. [[ For as many as are led by the Spirit of God, they are the _ ghter, Carol Jeannette. lenjoyed a tasty luncheon 5" I " da" ~First Lutheran Lakewood "" son | uall lrtn JJ~tug~lters O~ ~orway anu ~_u~ " " ' y * , : I| s of God. For ye have not received th " " ~nn]~ary 15. She joins a sis- ] day cake and refreshments werellowing_the._busmess of the twoI Mrs Lottie Alstrom spent last[ Saturday Feb 14---1 p.m., Con-][ a~,ain to fear" ~---+ .................... esplnt of bondage i - ~ ~a ,~,,,th~ ,,In ~ " ann relatlves/urgamzauon~ a ~OUl~llLIIII:~ w~:tb ...... ~_" . .,_~ ~.~__ , out ye uave reclvvu the ~plrl[oI aao Ilon, :.2~y, who .................. ,served to irlen(ls , . ,w~ ~, ,,,c .o,,,o nf Mr johnJflrmants meet. I( P | ~-- 1 in in the afternoon an eve- enjoyed by everyone Mrs Dor- "" ........................ whereb we cr Abba Father Th ~-- [ca 1 g d t ..... ~'. " [Curry at Anacorte I Sunday, Feb 15--10 a m, Sun-[[ Y Y , e Spirit ~tself beareth wit- ..... lining. Those present were. Mrs.ltnea.~atrum .ann Mrs. Leona! Mr. and Mrs ~arren Perri~'o[day Schl" " " " [~ ness with our spirit, that we are the children of God: And if ~l~ ~ ~~ I]Carl Mattson and children, Mrs.JFj~/l~m~e[e wmthCh~rg~a~:nt~helof Arlington visited with the Otto] ..Thursday, Feb. 19---2 p.m. La-[| children, then heirs; heirs of God, and joint-heirs with ml~l~.~ll I~1~ II [[Mickey Ryan and.Donna, Mrs.] ....................... ,Bjorns on Sunday evening, ales A~a~OCmty. Christ; if so be that we suffer |~ m m ~ ~ I I Frank Yost and cnimren, Mrs. lmuu~ pr~uumm~tmg m u,e ~__~__ [ [| Wzth h~m, that we may be also ! ~~~ ] [~QEunSittlsae~Manrd'n~!)d~iAMr:!l~~!i~~m~i!iiB~orn ,,oung daughterl ~Al~!a~de~g!~~h~en~~!~l~:C~la~'tmS'Stree~u~"[t glonhed together ; Romans 8 14 17 I ~\ *~a'~'~. ~[I Susan ";" Y - " pent som " e[ Wednesday testimonial meet.| (' LIDIqT Cf IE'MTIfT I ]of Mr and ~Irs. PhHlip Bjorn[lares" To conclude a jollyeve- at the parsonage last week mak-ling 8 p.m. I ,|,,,. ,u.~.~,~. ~.,aa~,a,~,,.aa .~f~ _~aaah~aa~l, ~jq,,~l,|~l~~~ [[had a'verv busy'day Ti~ursdav, lning, Happy Birthday was sung ing improvements in the house. [ Reading room, Church edifice,[ | ~~'%, I IFebruar,, 5th t~e occasion b~ [to the following members whose Installment of the officers oflopen Monday 2 to 4 p.m. and ~~,~,3L--..----.~ I. - ~- '-, ............. ~[[birthdays occur during the First Lutheran Church in Lake- I Wednesday 2 to 4 pm and 6 45 ]1 I i lug her seconu o rtnuay. ......w ....... " " : ~------ land relatives attendin-her nart,,imnth of Feoruary: OliVe Ko(1, oo(1 tOOK pmce at well attena-[ to 7:45 p.m., except legal holl.[ ---'~.l~'~x~i~ I ............. s ..... Y-'--~lAnna Wangsmo Josephine Hen- ed services last Sunday ]days I I were Mrs Chet Thom'~son and lry and Harold F]arhe. The Salem Lutheran Ladms[ The subject of the Lesson-Ser-I :":" " Ichildren Wendee and Denny ! m met. ~ast weunesaay a[ter-imon zor ~unaay, ~eb. 15th, lS[|~ ...... ~ ~7,~ II - " [Mrs. Jake Randall and so~:[Card Party Planned noon; with a attendance of|"Soul." : [| ~'"'_" ............. _ | ake- l-l~,,iwo,o [Stevie, Mrs. Vie Stuner and son] The members of the Daughters members and visitors. The din:[ Golden Text: Psalms 130:6. My[[ ~~om-~uren 1 aaaa~waa~; /~, ~,o ,r ....~ ....."~ "~'~ ~'~ ~,-'wa,, will have their annual lug room was cleverly oecoratea[~oui waiteth for the Lord more[ Phone 643 [dr en, Mike, Julie and Tony, Mrs.]Card Party on Saturday evening, lncithe Ve~eenti~en~sOtwiferan:erd:d[~hannithey that watch for the]] ~tt~n~at~ [ [~ena Thompson and daughter,|Feb. 21, in Viking Hall, begin- . ...... [- g. [| ........................... | [Margie. Mrs. Wallace Wheeler ning at 8:15. The committee in w~tn Mesoames aonn Stensaa,[ -. ~. _ . I| ~nurcn, Boston is bro~cut | ..... LUa ~anae ann Lester ~nristian- limes elaSSlilea ass ge~ re , ~ ..... [and children, Jimmy, Mike and charge has arranged for whmt,. , [ ....... [| ......................... *" .......... | sen m charge I~Ul~ ~'none a~ I /Jody Vickie Hammerly, Mrs. pinochle and canasta with prizes "~S I-~OW )~L.ING*ON| /Chet Jensen and Susan's brother for each game and a door prize "" " ' wi ~ ~, ^ ....... I [Timmy. Dinner guests were ll also be awarded. The mem- ~,~ 'o,,,,,~. ~,,.,.~m~., .,.~, ~ ]grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A1 bers of the lodge invite the pub- ~,,~,.e~----------- I /Veilleux Lakewood ~uests in lic to this evdning of entertain- , tree d ..... tratlon ot,h, t.,*v,*, lithe evening were Mr. ~and Mrs. ment. Refreshm~e'rits will also be | ILeif Johnson and son Jerry and served. " [ [Mr. and Mrs. Walt Morton. --------- |] * * * Mrs. Olive Rod enjoyed her -- ---- . [ Guests at the home of Mr. and birthday in a happy manner last STATE | wh v [~Irs. Phillip Bjorn were Mr. and Wednesday en se eral ladies I~rs. Kenneth Kanikeberg and called during the afternoon and -..--;--' daughter Carol Jo. a large number of friends came in the evening. Refreshments were served both during the af- ternoon and evening and Mrs. Rod was the recipient of many gifts. Her most pleasant.surprise Your Valentine will Love.. LOVELY, LUSCIOUS, AND ONLY ~no's your special Valentine? Husband, wife.., boy friend, girl friend.., mother, dad.., youngsters, too . they'll love Sweetheart Cake. Heart.shaped and Sweetly sentimental.., beautifully decorated with col. ~rful cupid and eeliophane ribbon. Swirling pilxk fro~tin|l Over moist layep of delicious cake. Drop in today---or order by phone. Nowhere can you buy a sweeter eat- pression of devotion for your favorite Valent~el lenna Telephone 161 was a gift package from her son, Duane, who has arrived at a destination overseas. Mrs. W. K. Anderson enter- tained the Island Sewing Circle of the Zion Lutheran Ladies' Aid at her home on Tuesday after- noon. The members were en- gaged in sewing for the coming Spring Sale and at the close of the afternoon, the hostess served a delicious lunch to a large l group of members and visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Norway and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Olson of Seattle were house guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Rod last week. Rev. H. L. Foss, president Pa- cific District of the E. L. C., vis. ited at the J. H. Myrwang home last Wednesday afternoon, hav- ing attended the Lutheran Pas- tor's monthly conference in Ar- lington on Tuesday. Casper Brein, from Crary, No. Dak., brother of Rev. Brien, who formerly served the Lutheran Church- in ArlingtOn, together with Ernest Stubb, were visitors at the Zion Lutheran parsonage last Thursday. The Lutheran Pastors of th~ Evangelica~ Lutheran Church serving parishers in the area from Lakewood-Silvar~a north to and including Mount Vernon, have made arrangements to have mid-week Lenten Services in all these parishes during the six weeks of Lent. The services will be held on Wedfiesday and Thursday evening. The seven pastors involved will exchange pulpits. The first such Lenten service w|ll be held in Silvana with one of the neighbor pastors in charge. The people in the communitie~ are invited to at- tend. The men of the First Lutheran Church in Lakewood are busy re- wiring the church and the church hell at this time, and to equip the ~hurch plant for full electric service. Pastor and Mrs. 3. H. Myrwang drove to Seattle Sunday after services in Lakewood to attend a birthday party for their little in I e, The Striking New Bel Air 2-Door Sedan New Bodies by Fisher . . . new, richer, roomier inte- riors,., new Powergiide* ... new Power Steering (op- tional at extra cosQ.., more weight-more stability... largest brakes in the low-price field . . . Safety Plate Glass all around in sedans and coupes . . . E-Z-Eye Plate Glass (optional at extra cost), tContlnuation of fandard equipment and trim illustrated is deoendent on availa- o bility of material.) .. featuring Chevrolet's new "Blue-Flame" high-compression engine! The '53 Chevrolet offers you the most powerful performance of any low-priced car-to~ether with extraordinary new economy-with an entirely new 115-h.p. "Blue-Flame" Valve-in-Head engine, coupled with a new Powerglide automatic transmission.* It's the most power/ul engine in its field-with an extra-high compression ratio of 7.5 to 1! Come in . . . see and drive this dynamic new pacemaker of low-priced cars with all its many wonderful advancements. Advanced High-Compression "Thrift-King" Valve-in.Head Engine Chevrolet also offers an advanced 108-h.p. "Thrift-King" engine in gear- shift models, brings you blazing new performance and even greater economy, *Combination o~ Powerglide automatic transmission and 115-h.p. "'Blue-Flame" engine optional on "Two-Ten" and Bel Air models at extra cost. MORE PEOPLE BUY CHEVRoLET$ THAN ANY OTHER CARl i I PHONE 871 - ARLINGTON, WASH.