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February 26, 1953     The Arlington Times
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February 26, 1953

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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, AI LINGTON, WASItINGTON, THURSDAY, FEB. 26, 1953. PAGE THRE]E ~: No one was ~eighbor turned ~rrn when he saw from the found, on that the caused the for some time heat had gen- the paint urn of the house. lelayed the of the ~e attic. While require com- and was heavy, :al part of the ~ndamaged--- INSULATION 011 ION P. O, Box 315 R. 2, Arlington to arrange credlt. dinner gueJts at the home of Mr. and Mrs. tterb Germain of Ar- lington, Sunday, the occasion be- ing BoWs birthday. Mrs. T. G. Rued has been quite ill but is improving at this writing. She is now able to sit up a little. h~r. and Mrs. Olaf Floe daughter Susan of Seattle were Sunday visitors at the Andrew Lien home. The Loyal Heights Sewing Club will meet at the home o~ Mrs. Mildred Tronsen, on March 5th, at 12:30 p.m. ' O I NOMINATIONS SOUGHT FOR FILBERT BOARD Nominations are being sought for members and alternates to represent independent growers ~n the Filbert Control Board which administers the federal marketing program, regulating the handling of Washington and Oregon filberts Deadline for re- turn of ballots is March 15. o In Arlington - Phone 1344 KILLOUGH CLEANERS for ALTERATIONS "The Story 15 Pennies" I MORE CHEVROLET TRUCKS IN'USE THAN ANY OTHER MAKE! PHONE 871. ARLINGTON, W/xSH. 1 IIII II