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PAGE SIX THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURS., MARCIt 12, 1953. ArlinegoIOon imes ThE nALLER crr TIMES -Vol. LXV. Thursday, March 12, 1953., No. 46 ~baeription Price $2.50 P;r Year; $3.00 per Year outside Sn0iao- ~aish County Issued every Thursday. Published at Arlington, Choraliers Give IPre-Schooi Assn. Fine Entertainment IHears About Value coTchSte giwh d datunr ayttevnedn hgl0f Easter Seals by the Arlington Heights Chor- The Pre-School Association aliers missed a very fine pro- met Tuesday night in the Roose- ~ram. That the small commun- velt schooL. After viewing a Death Claims George D. Pifer On Monday. March 9th, George David Pifer, 52, well-known resi- dent of R. 2, Arlington, passed away, following a lingering ill- ness. FOR SALE -- Extension kitchen The Lady Lions would table, like new. Phone 243W3 keys with un vindim after 6 p.m. [ from M.J.B. Coffee ~.1 Times office. WE TRADE FURNITURE See us -- for good deal and easy terms FOR SALE--'32 Model /i Henry Murray, Arlington. new bed, in good c Call 1132 after 5 p.m. BEDS, SPRINGS, MATTRES~ ES. -- All kinds and sizes Newest FOR SALE--'36 Pontiac "Wuhington, by ity of Arlington Heights could film on cerebral palsy, those pres- Mr. Pifer, who had resided in styles. Henry Murray. Arling- Good motor, good TIlE ARLINGTON PRINTING CO. produce somany fine singers ent heard Mrs. J B Norman this area for the past fifteen ton, Wash 1'/~ h. p motor kick J. C. CARPENTER -- FRANK MARSH was really amazing, their selec- speak on the special school in years, was a stock buyer, and ?~ ~~---T-'~ues- H. Boyd, R. 3, near TI ~L ~ CARPENTER ......... Editor & Mgr. tAchs were a pleasure to listen to Everett for handicapped children, was a member of the Anal-I day, March 17th~1:30 p.m.-- FOR SALE -- Butcher as 2rid Class matter, in the Post Office at Arlington, Wash- and a credit to their leader, Mrs. This school is financed through gamated Meat Cutters and[ Many door prizes You're in- Boyd, R. 3, Arlingb ~n, under the act of March 3, 1879. ...... Fred McDonald, who says it the Easter Seal contributions Butchers Union [ vited. Henry Murray, Arling- Trafton. was her first attempt to instruct During the business meeting a He was born in Coloma, Mich.,[ ton. other than children The group nominating committee consist- Jan. 15, 1901 Surviving are hisI ED I TO R IA L has been practicing since earlyingfMesdamesBbLeach'Ed" widow, Mrs. Madeline Pifer atl~FOR SALE,--Four V~ in January and all have enjoyed win Bollinger and Dale Huber the family home, a sister, Mrs.[ DRIERS---Very latest models-- chick brooders. 500 the group singing immensely, was chosen Mrs. Leach, Mrs. Florence Rodewald of Waterfleeti Good trades and easy terms, hover Same as only 6 weeks; $40 planning to continue fortheir W. A. Wheeler, and Miss Care-,Michigan ~' Henry Murray Arlington ......... own pleasure and profit Mrs lyn LeCoq served refreshments F ~ ; ........ ( ---:=--=----~'~ "" price ~s~iu.~u. y.n.one -- . .... unera~ services wnl oe nela at FOl4 REIVI" bmall nouse, parny 247Wl Mrs Lnnan VALUE OF EDUCATION Waylan ~tarr was me compe .... o--------- ............ , ............. ~ . ....................... z p m. ~rlaay at me ~ree xylem- turnisflea Mrs ~:o /Vlltllng no[ roaa -,.v . .. . .. ~ o., ~+.+.. h,... +.,.~,,,A tent accompanist zor tne unor- jo,~ Am r unt.~: odist church of which he was aI D~.....~ ~2~A " " YYe note that ~lle teachers o[ Hie ,otatc -av, ----,u aliers "*" ....... an" ' , ,.v,= ~o 0~ ------ , .... . " . . ~vir. anti ~virs. Jonn hOlt (]member the ReV E B Sevmour,~~ FOR RENT--52 acre f~ down the W. E. A. proposat to put tne~r s gneo contracts The outstanding voice in the children Ray and Caroline of officiatiw, Burial wili" be~in the12 GOATS for sam, one nas oeen bottom ~,rade A ad~ in trust to be used as a club to force demands for higher grupnwas that f Mrs2 PeggY!Paulsb,spen~nSaturday visAing Arlington'cemetery. re hree2d.m ths' 3 rl is readyI j.p. Ma~hews. ' J l~y. solos Miss Katherine Dirks gave[left Monday_ for Air Force [ av'|'nt | ~f-, fi% |'l**l.,.i.., I~~..~u~ .~,~ ,,~,, - o~.uv,, r~r~ ~x~,.r~---~u ~t~:r~, ..... v ~i~ Iv %.,a~ooait$ . E. Bryant, 2-room he , , a clever reading depicting a home for sale on Washington We congratulate the teachers. Somehow we can .......... I made to pay the taxes on the t I [ well aarage some ,naughty little coy In possession ~~ ' ~" ' hardly hannomze the ethms and character of the profes-of a pair of scissors The pro- hall, the tennis court (donated[ 39 OLDS. 6; radio and heater.]- Street Call 13W3.___~ __] Comfortable small h* ,ion, with the bludgeoning practices of orgamzatmns egram,Co72fluded ~ths~hei2udi/17/nglr~W~l~); ~gg:}gaen?;r~Son.Il GTda~Ubbb~ratN~T9~.~! ~ee~:13PUF:wMstH"f S~r~k~?' R. 4, 11! 7ompel:b~:loe}feWr.lllha/ , . ,, a ~ ,, ~ ~ Appended is the program of Killough Killough Cleaners ~ Mathews Arlington, whmh depend on %rce to attain thou" ends. I God Bless America while llttle[,~, ....... ~ ,,h~,,h .......... ~ lik,~[ ........ " ...................... [FOR SALE--Guernsey steer furl ............... L t w v ............................... arry S arr held aa lng flag [ Lady wanted for general house locker beef 4 months on grain FOR SALE Manure The group, we understand, has dec ded to put on anl ,to hear repeated for the benefitl . . , . " .. . -- ~,~,~,,,~;,~n~] o.qmnM~,~" +c, ~,llv ~ocm.q;n~ ~ho n.hl;o] Following the concert pie and of some other worthy cause: "A worK, new nome_mouerncon- Call 3401. cunipacKer, mower -~,~'-,~'*~-'-~-'~ ..... "~ .... t"~,~,.~ ~- .... d -,~.x--~-~ --- r ...... tcoffee were served --- and what al--+~__,ue ~'it u^f H^~v^-~a ~-," ,,Ti~.P.to~l~ veniences, tan ~.verett rresi-~~rt)r~ ~A,,~--u, arage l~xzu, very~ spring teem narrw, , ,, , dent 2531 ter and fannm mill with the needs of the professmn, and thus wm their ponltivariety of delicious pies There[Through the Tulips and ' Fort " [ reasonable for a' ,~uick sale I . g v ~ ~h~ h,nc]~ nF thr~ no~]~ ot~ fAkir ~xvn free will [are many good cooks in Arhng-[You,, by the Chorahers" 'Care. FOR SALE---1949Case Tractor 409 Dunham Austin ,.und, R. 6, "" "~ " ton rlt'igllt8 ~, . _ .... **v.., .. *****,_o or .i ..... ~ " I line, by the men, Reading, Model .VAC, Wlth cultlvator, . We think hcre IS a great dec]sron, one probably hard A short business session was Katherine Dirks" "Sonr, s My ntow disk Phone 247JI IFOR SALE --- Good local baledI Servlce Station on . ' ' , ,?, ~~ ' hay Bob Boursaw R 4 KaCK- roao ~o understand by those who beheve m "dlreet achon "]then held during whlch reports;Mother Used to Sing, Grand-IELECTRIC WASHER Good on ] -~,~ -,~,~ Di,,,,~o ~Ja9"~ ...... . ,~ . , .... . : ...... " ,were made on the national de-tfather's Clock' and "My Isle off "ra ...... "~J'"" Vl ........................ I APPRECIATIOI~I e ring conolIlOn ~ILUD corn The principle a~ stake as we set it is tna~; cue eoueators lense meeting held in the V.F.W Golden Dreams," by the Choral- lete He r M -- ' _ .. "IF---~-~I f wish, by this means recoamize the value af education i hall in Arlington, four ladies vol-liers; "Far Away Places." by the l p]_ ;.,__,.n y urray, Arung-I 13" rubber, low speed high [tend to those who suppC t:~-- ....... " r toll, VV O.~11. . ' . t unteered to sOhclt for the Red I women, solos, Peggy Kennedx ,,~~6 good motor. Louden litter car-In the recent school eleC ;| I,]i~--... | ^...| ]~'-|L [Cross, rules governing the loan "Steal Away," "He Keeps Me SINGER TYPE SEWING Machine, rier complete with track and sincerest thanks. Your | C~IT TTA "ATA [ilTlillly ll~l$~i~l l'Ulli Iof the hospital bed purchased by|Singing," and "Twilight,' by the[ portable, brand new, newest[ hangers. 1930 Model A pickup, lsion of confidence and ', i] ~Dll.~gz"ll2"l 11 i. f~ II ]this Community club were read IChoraliers; "God Bless America,'[ model---S89.95 complete. Hen-[ Don Kazen, R. 1, Arlington, Ph.[greatly appreciated. " !.] Mrs. Irene Vognild, [t~[ Jr t, Ollege land adopted and a motion waslby the audience and Choraliers. I ry Murray, Arlington. t 183J5. IWANGSMO. '_| correspondent ~ | [~~a~ala ~- ~ ~- ~a --a ~- ~~m,~ ~- ~a~~ ~ ~~ ~~ ~~~~~~ ......... ~ ~'-'--'---- - . Nearly three dozen residents ofl~~~~~~~~~~ ~ ~~ ~~ ~~~~~~. | ~~ I,P~a~,~a'i" i Arlington andDarrington are[ ~: m.~a ~a j a.~.~.aaL tom let" ~ I .... [ p lug Winter Quarter ~ I CRESCENT $odal- aturaa studies at Everett Junior College ~ [ ..... Y,. ..... I this month under the Evening[i wieners I ----- The L, iDrary BeneIit ~oclal Wl!liSehoo1 program which offers[@ la .......o_A I U I be held this Saturday, March heart half a hundred if -- - ._..o. .oo. ____ ~__ lt i gOll " "k Y . d f erent l~th, in?the dinmg room at Vl .:lclasses during each quarter [~ [ I .... ing Hall ann wnl De sponsoreu[ More tha .... +~ ...... nl~ ~ ~ [ -~- .~l~ [ I !1 hy the members of the Progr - . .......... [students are enrolled In various[__ T~. "~~, I In . I rove.homemaKers clue. ~;ol~eicourses during the present quart-~ "u. ~~ I __ ~~ ] LA~I~U ann ilgnt rezresnmems win ue hi ...... il[er, w ch ends March 19 andt~ Pkg. J "-~ I Lb. J--~ I ...~rve~ trom one 0CLOCK unt inlans are being, made to acco"~- I~ ~~ i ~~ I five in the afternoon and thereldate a similar~ number durlngI" , I I will also be a bake sale The~the s-rAn .... /~ ~ I ARMOUR STAR [ r .... " p g quarter. Deglnnmgll uacon I I cmmunlty ~d:: attend [t~}2r~ehgi~a~!}7~Tgma M~recehk ~6f ~li~l~i~d R~~~ ~ i~ill, and Vau-hters / g h 20. I Ends and Pieces I , QMD, IiP V,i,i, I 4 Lb .. ,. . .. s. [Studz Scouting [@ [ I ! ~ .IL- ~ISJLJ. alol lJomtmeetmg i Nine residents of Arlington[@ m I - /i I 4 -inn--" e " ~'w"" and the' and five frm Darringtn are par" [-o,,.~ .... .,, ..... , ti " at' " .-. ~,. T., -- q:, ' ['l [ ....... rwa- held their] cIp .ng in the University of[~ ... I ~ ~ " ~n~;~i~e ?!trehetisn:: a l~l!ncO~{!i! ~cnr;tsghoria~t~i~}lhdaer~OEl~er~g~zr, lt l"Kg -- __ Lb 1 r o" a G'ladys ~iebel Route 3; Claude Diamon Book members of the Sons of N rw YiE Hale "" ' ...... [l d, [ ~ I I ~ I m ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ held their election of officers f0r[s~ation.' j?'D~" 2:mVaio klxaaar[~ III~AII.A [ ~l I~ 1 n IT ~.T , .... ~~ ~L~'~'~ir~ , C ~i'( t 6[ i O12 . the ensuing term with instal-[Burke. John T "Arnot" Andre -[@ LI R||mUL ,=i m- 1 IO Lb. VaLlg ,ig 'l.lP"l,,lP'i P la:i~nrtageheldtirnnApr:l~lMhrSrlBehner and Par~er A. Be , ;lt IllH/bllEO I .ll li'llllINl o__ 41 T. ............... IRoute 3; Charles A Brooks Routel-- I ~ Granulated DUg V~" stiffly Fresh, Lm'~e ,. memoersnlp trom memau'~'12 a d "~'- ~ "~" "" '- - '~ ' -- -- ---~-- .......... ammilla~ ; n u~enuon u. ~vmore. Jonnl~ ~, ~t, ~, I Looge in ~anaru to t_, W Pott " r s Helen M. Ruskowski Collett and was admitted fo 1 ' ' ...... evenin Fol IJ We don Schuler and Joe Syglt-[ I~ I~O* I Am ~ l~--.~-.i F~T:;rshndP2nn~tmporta~gt'busi-i~w:::allfDarrlngtn" I~ - rrrr .... i l. hess .~essions, the two organ]- " ~- Leo DOZ. -,~tlone unloved delightful re-[ Music groups are attended byl~ ~ [ /I BPPPP Maxwell H,0use _ I @OL ~~ ~e~shments~ ~and a s~cial time.IAlton Funk, 143 Gilman and]@ . _ I I I Regular or Drip Grind Can J The dining room and tables werelmary ~ennett, Route 5, both ofl,~ Gingham. ~athmom I --' ........ d-e~coratedin keeping with the[whomare enrolledin CivicChor-I~M~|fifi||~ ] ....... .ms wee~s lth Mrs us ~aroersnop ~uartet ~norus ~ Nt. Patricks theme w' ". " ' , ~ '~ 1~' Dorothy Larsen, and Mrs. Marie is the classchosenby Roy M']~ i ---- - __ --- __ Regular 16c A JA6KPOT \\ INNE . ~^'~wa"z in char-es . Mr. Jens Jen- i Larsen, ,~zu r rencn; Jerry u..~=art-~ ,~l . ==~m 1 I.. I .1 1 1 1 I I /I I 1 --. res nt er Route 5 and Glenn E Tissue , I~'OW sen from Arhngton was p e .... ell MRS. WM KROEI and held a discussion on a pro-Route 1. Other music classes o,I. ,, ,.. I iIil N flP% o,, .,._ ~...~.._~1 nlnn fur n now hall for thelterecl at L" J. t2. are tAvic~ .......... .~ .. _ Band, la~~i~ III1~ I ' iVlll I lV/ Sugar Coated Cereal Irlto ~ ". Arlin ton Wash. iodges. More plans and discus-I~ivic urcnestra and piano I~l Eli Pkg" ~ [ ~ ~ R. 3, Arlington, Wash. sion will be held at the nextI Thelma E. Lidstrom and Ralph[~ i m,l~" ~ ~ I meeting in April.whe~ there will[W. Green, 220 Dunham, attend[~ ,'"" [ I 1 I ~ ~ I l~ 1 1 1 1 --- be some definitd actibn. Evening School classes iln typing., ~ ~ I I I I, n I I ll _ ql Farn' Ptn .d Lnd Mrs Martin Nysether have/Rute 5, Bookkeeping. t] __ !i~/ 1 ~l]llll~/ l/i "" - -- "'-" --~...n .:. ~ f -m north of Stan I .~aaureen r uyra 806 1st, is en-I~ A ~ |IW m ] I IW m] I m ] [ q, k .,JMi eag ~alis ~,,~,d Olarenc- Hansen who]rolledi~PhotographyandGladys[~a ~ m~ I/~ ~ ~l/~~. ~ 1_. L j~. K~ ~w~s'on"the "{ormer Dahl' farm,]E.'West, Box 103, is taking Pup-[~ No. 21/2 /1~ I II~_l~ ~l~l~ ll-l~ .! bu.,snlne 1D__ ll~ will occupy the Nysether farm. ]p.etry, both classes to be eon-[~ Can ..... Ili~~ I ll I~'l/1 Ill White Soda DOX . lnnuea aurlng me spring quarter./~ I 16-Ounce -di~'r~ ortland is ~lSlt Tailoring class draws Vesta M Olaf Thune of P " " | " " i ~ I ing this week with the famiiies[Swi[rime, Route 1, while other[~ :e.,-.... ...... [ .... . i , . Cam ............................ lilts of-Mr, and Mrs. Thoralf Storvik]stuoents atteno home economms|~ ....... ., ~*~ ] v~ or I IIIllll'H" I Rlnl - torvlk Mr classes in Sewing Upholstery ~ L e. and Mrs Bendikka S " " ' ' ' . g WH~I A BUI ' ~une is'a son.in-law of "Mrs:/Home Furnishing, Cake Decorat-I~ T II M A [ Fab Soap ,kg 31C [ i~ndikka Storvik tAng Weaving and Flower Ar-/~ | l| |11 Ill I " ' l ant'rangement '~ 1 ~1~ Ill ~ I "~ASHMERE BOUQUET 3 I~EG BARS 23C [ 1 m ~l"--i~ lm~ ~,~ Ferg's Mexicaaa Style In connection with error "n 1 | " ~ ' ~ ' " Bath ........... week's edition the name of Mrs.[ Participating in the Appren./~ All Light Meat [ Todet Soa- . . , 3 - 35e I $1:J&% Jean McDouga'l who is employed [ticesnip. Program... are Walter W./~ [ r uca's [ ~l~Q~lLll~ ilVV4i~ ~h,~i~ili bv the Silvana Mercantile Co.]Dellwlng, ttoute 5, Bob M. Olsen,[~ A ~ ] ~O EASY ON TI-YE HAND~, 3 BATH BA.P~ 35e I .-_ -- should read Mrs. Jean Knutsen.[Route 1 and Wayne D. Edward.s,[~ i~ii~.., [ l~_l___! ._Je__o oo_ ] con carne ~arrv for error [ Route 2, all Body and Fender Ap- [ ~ Bi- 1/. / I l-illIllO1. II~LIIU OUUp ~ Bars kO~5 I . -. " -----" " ' ~ = '~ ~ 1Z prentlces. Charles W. Kuhnhau- [~ ~.._ ~ I __.._ I . rge ~ e ~ .~.~, .,.~.....o^.. isen Route 4 is a Michinist A"~ /~l~ ,.,uu ..... ~- I vo.~S AS IT C~ J ~1 t~ ~! ~l~n~ lli~, i'W ll,lgidl ~M i'~I~11 , , P" "1~ TOIl THE STAVES [prentice_ ........I@ IA|ax Cleanser . . 3 c 35c ] za-uz, rxg.... ,s o, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Quick of