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"X " T THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, SHIN G ON, THURS., MARCH 19, 1953. PAGE THREI!I Deadline April 3 For INew Books At s ' . of Beef Pays Off In Better Sales and,P.O.W. Compensahon iCounty Library in Stabilizing Market, Says Company President. American Prisoners of War of! Evenings are getting longer, :Sales at ~f ....... ~t ..... ~ ...... th_~.. ;.... 1. lo~o ^..a[World War II. survivors of de- and for many people there is less ~,~^,.~ ....... J ...... [ ................... # ......... ..... [ ceasod ~.nr'lsoners of war are ~n-- incentive to stay. indoors. , but for - of February 21 the removal of UPS restnchons ........... all that there is still a lot to be 70% greater than the on the sale of beef on February 6 t ltleaoto compensation or%l..~u a said for a good book. The latest )( in 1952, according toiagain made it possible for us-to hay Ior. eacn hay me prisoner selection of titles receivedat the a, , ....... re"are cuts th" wa ...... ~.......r~,was suo]ec[ea to lnnumane treat- ~ryant ~rancn oI ~ne ~nonomi~n ment DN mngan A w P ~ y ~u~tum~ ~j , . r( ident of the -racer~I wanted them. The return aliment and/or forced labor. The County Library includes the fol- o s a ,ro,~erl,, trimmed beef c u t s ......................... iowing any or all of which would [ewa-a bay the end of 1~. P "Y Ut~dOllll~ IU[ llllllg 1~ /4.p[ll ~ f~l] th~ uaxxh]]l CV-~ "~''''S~'~Uh''~ ~,~,~"~'~ --~t ,,,~th'~ lumped our sales so that by the. 1953, less. than a month away, "": "'~ ~: .. . . X rnillinn na.n,~ n,~r end of February they had m- announced Senator Henry M. ~moKe J~ellew is a revised ..... v ..... v~- creased. 70 pet,, cent over the pre- Jackson..who ur. g.es all qualified edition.., of a. novel by. Jack London. [ ......... VlOUS year. to submit their just claims at dealing with gold-rush days m ayuiar rme m. me Wnrron ~tntpd that ho w~ once AlasKa. nero you will find all O " - ........ " .... i beeI ~s me KmO "'= ..... : ...... ' the mcredxble sltuatmns and ad- 2ucers want to the making public the record of Claims must be filed on War ....... ~eav" marketin~ Safeway's beef sales to substan- Claims Commission Form 611 for ventures oi ~ne ~ new Ironner s tiate the statement of Ezra T v"* ....... ~..._._ o~,~, ........ :.. couples wlm me IaOUlOUS cnar- ri " r ~t~lCtll~, Ul JPUIlll ~t.)U U[ ~U[YlY" p ces, said Wa-, . acter wh 1 " Benson, Secretary of Agrmulture, ors. These. forms are available s o f ocked to ~t m search that active merchandising of through State Veterans agencies, i extraordinary in- of beef started ear- try after Safeway, at of numerous produ- Undertook an aggres- program to the surplus beef Following our our January beef 37 per cent over Period in 1952." said the successful was helped by factors -- lower end of UPS mar- "Aggressive advertising were es- because of prices. In Febru- ~rice of all beef was 24 per cent stabilized market for producers," said Warren. The Safeway announcement minted out that the spectacular increase in beef sales was not at the expense of other meats. Movement through S a f e w a y stores of lamb, variety meats, sausage and luncheon meats are This is under Public Law 303 of the 82nd Congress. It is a NEW compensation and any American military prisoner is eligible to file whether he has filed before or not. S RI V ATION AT W. W. C. E. of fortune. When he was sent to the Phil- ippines in 1945, Benjamin Appel never been outside the United States, but from his observations and experiences there comes FORTRESS IN THE RICE, a novel of the islands during the last war. Neill: TRAITOR'S MOON is a romance against a background of 17th century England, with all the unrest and intrigue of the Popish plots and the struggle for power during the Restoration period. work will continue as usual with and too long for a short story col- more than fifty administrative lection. assistants and other staff mere- Samuel Selvon the author of A Don't hive up. Special Formula supplies bers on duty. BRIGHTER SUN, is a native of iron you muy need for rich red blood Closed week, during which Trinidad and his novel is set in ---- ------ no organizod social events are the island during the war Here Do you feel run down, nervous or depressed? scheduledl begins March 9 and in a hodge podge of nationalities, Lost your appetite-constipated-bothered by final examinations are to be with picturesque calypso speech, digestive upset?$ You may be suffering from held March 18-19. humor and pathos, we see Tiger iron-and-vitamin starvation over a pro- Registration for spring quarter and Urmilla, the young Indian longed period. BEXEL, the Special begins Monday, March 30, at 8 couple .striving to attain a richer high-potency Formula supplies a.m. and regular classes start fuller hfe in the native commun- supplementary quantities of iron for rich, red blood and quick vital- Tuesday, March 31, also at 8 a.m. ity. izing energy. Each BEXEL capsule O Edmonds' THE BOYDS OF gives you 5 times the daily mini- In Arlington - Phone 1344 BLACK RIVER live on a large, mum requirements of blood-build- KILLOUGH CLEANERS prosperous farm in upstate New ing iron; more than the daily for York and one of their main in- minimum of all essential B-vita- ALTERATIONS terests is horses. As you can rains; plus amazing Vitamin B,, xmagme m a b~g family, how and trace minerals. Get wonder- ~ ~v " ' " " " " ful new pep and energy with 91 ~q~.q ,,,~,~ ,,~,, t,,n ~,-,41 er, there are plenty of obher ~. guaranteed BEXEL--now available ................. a ........ ' things happening and before you ~iii~ ....... at all drug stores, onehalf million pounds greater , . .... !i~ili~iiil)~ii~!~i~ii~ *Thee..l~mp~om$ ,n th .... ~e, ---~_-- ~ ....~'-~.'","'~ a~"'. l yourself being drawn into all ao .or .,*e,,e,t,~,.. ~.. th~n fo~ t~,~ ,~t,~,,~n,,~ ,,,~ [have reao very Iar you will find ':::::~ ::.. ,...: t~ry deflloncy ms they mey have .::"" "::i~illi~" other causes or I~t ~me to fu~. r'oul[ry aDO neff sales too are l this activit- well ahead of last yearso that] ~ Y" tlomd disorders. Non-nction titles include the total meat sectmn tonnage l . Hann ENGLAND TO ME a B~i~i~t for the company is around four-',, : --" - numorous account of the trials teen and one-half mHhon pounds ........ weekl- This is two and one- and [rioulanons of hfe in that quarteYr" million pounds or 22 per country immediately after; the nt nhondeof onrlv lq~ war wnen snortages ana re- Re ............... .; ...... ' . ..... strictmns were as ~cute as ever; zne percentage increase m SPECIAL FORMULA CAPSULES COLOR AND DESIGN FOR beef tonnage for Safeway for the EVERY "A~D~ ........ MADE AND GUAL~NTEED BY ... t~ ~ -.~ oy urtloti; period from August 1952 untu ................ McKESSON & ROBB NS, 9RIDGEPORT, Conn ......... Powler s ~uIII~UZZ~LA, the die the end O~ r eoruary ,I~D6 snows of "ira ...... ..... ~ my uurame; anu ~n~ a constant increase except uur- KINGDO ....... )RUGS i v M AND THE yuw~:~ ng No ember and December lessons i ........... ' ....... n ia~m ana nvmg wnlcn wnen a reversal In tne trena was h~v ............ . .. a ~ proveo oo[n comzorung ano caused-by the heavy sam o~ fur ....... _ msp~rmg to many people in 151 ARLINGTON, WASH. keys for ThanKsgiving ano these troubled "" Christmas. umes. Scout-o-Rama .- . Set for Mar. 26 27 28 Camp Fnre News The Joyful Blue Birds met at the tmme of their guardian, Mrs. Mary Jo Fritz. The meeting was called to order by their presi- dc:~t, Colleen Robb. We made plaster of paris pins and played a game. Brenda Cooley and Mar- garet Cornell brought the treat of cupcakes and doughnuts. --- Ann Walker, scribe. WONDER WOR---'R'~'~S 4-H " [ Apply Norwegian ' L.IUN I ,, ...- NOW! Early pasture and more of it means lower feed costs and more profit to you. - CALCIUM NITRATE goes right to work to promote pasture growth in cold, It doesn't need t il bacteria; it is in the form your pasture grasses need and use...Nitrate! By applying CALCIUM NITRATE now, you'll get the jump on cold weather.., start your, pasture grasses The Wonder Workers 4-H are having a bake sale March 21 at Backstrom's Motors. The 4-H Ral- ly will be held on the evening of March 27 at the Kellogg Marsh Grange hall.Reporter, Mil- lie Loth. SNAH-NAH-MAY. We met at Mrs. Jensen's on Monday night, March 16. We elected new officers: Pres., Vera Grove; vice-pres., Dorothy Lien; see., Judy Russell; treas., Joyce Quillitz; scribe, Darlene Under- The people of Snohomish and for, Puget Sound - Washington Island cctunties will have a won- marketing area, for payment to derful opportunity to see what producers is $5.24 per cwt. of 4% skills their boys and young men[milk. This price is 33c lower than have mastered when the Cub}the uniform price for January Scot~ts and Explorers of the Ev, 1953, and is the second consecu- ergreen Area Council, B o y Live monthly decrease of 33c in Scouts of ~America, put on theirlprice received by the producers. Scout-O-Rama at the NationallT.hese decreases were caused pri- Guard Armory in Everett on[marily by a decline in the Class March 26, 27, and 28. [I price from December 1952 to The Scout-O-Rama is a live-[February 1953. The uniform price exposition of Scouting. It is the[of $5.24 per cwt. is 70c under the Scout handbooks brought to life" [ uniform price of a year ago. This The various Cub Packs, Scout :iecrease is due to a decline in Troops and Explorer Units have both Class I and Class II prices reserved booths in which each[from February 1952, and to an will demonstrate a specific[incTeeassed supply of Grade A Scouting skill and will exhibit[milk without a corresponding their accomplishments. An hour increase in consumer demand. spent moving from booth tot The butterfat differential for booth will convince anyone of[February 1953 is 8.5c t)er point variation from 4.0%. This is .1% the educational value of the[ Scoutingpgro ram and will per point below the previous younger generation, pious year. This decrease tends arouse a keen respect of the month,, and 1.9c. below the pre- Te Sw ~f the[ tO benefit the producer with a d anson, chairman ....... Scout O Jtest under 4% - -Rama Committee, states '" . . *hat~ the pr'lma.#- .... v-r~,,~ ..... ,~'-Jl Grac~e A productmn, m the Pu- i . get Sound-Washington market- putt ng on the show are to gwe~~. ........ the memb , .~...,~ mg area ior tne monm or YeDru- ers of the Boy Scout~ us. America an onnortunitv tO d~m [ary 1953 was 46,827,886 pounds. onstrate a r~-d e-xhibit ~le-ir/This is an increase o 9.22% on a aehievem ts ~nd tn b ttor ~ [~aily basis from a year ago en ......... e ...... - ~ . . " quaint the puonc.............. with tn~ ~cou[-lDaHy productmn for February in~ nro~ram 11953 was 5.66%over January may be secured any of the 2800 Cubs Scouts or/ _ Y ......... Explorers in the two counties~over January l~z. TOtal ulass 1 - ~ " l use of milk on a daily basis r~ . ~ *E ! qr~----'-'~ [changed very little from the r'vL ~avlu Lo fucker previous month. Handlers' re- ........ ~p~rts showed a net decline of With 1st ~ " [375~: from January~ 1953, but an v---- lmcrease of 2.47~ over February With the 1st Cavalry Div. in[of last year. This increase of Japan~Army Pvt. David L. Tuck. 2.47% in Class I use compared er, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry V. to an increase of 9.22% in pro- Tucker. R. 3, Arlington, Wash. ducer receipts signifies that~ has joined the 1st Cavalry De- more Grade A milk was disposed vision in Japan. of at a lower classification. During rigorous field maneu, o vers, men in the division are MICKY CONNACHER gaining battle knowledge with PI KAPPA ALPHA the help of many veterans of the According to announcement Korean fighting, from Pullman, Michael Canna- The 1st Cavalry spent 17 cher, of Arlington, has been ini- months in combat before being! tiated into Pi Kappa Alpha fra- rotated out of the line in De-Iternity. Connacher is a graduate cember 1951. It is now part of of Arlington High School. the security force .for the Jap. o anese Islands. MRS. OUIDA {]LAWSON Private Tucker, a rifleman HONORED AT /R. COLLEGE with his unit, was formerly sta- Successfully completing the tioned at Camp Roberts, Calif., one year course for Practical where he received basic training. Nurses at Everett Junior College, He was employed by the U. S. Mrs. Ouida Glawson of Arling- Forestry Service in Darrington, ton, will be honored at a recep- Wash., before entering the Arm'[tion to be held at Everett Junior in August of last year. i College Tuesday evening, March o ;24. CARD OF THANKS Friends and relatives of the growing right away. CALCIUM NITRATE contains 20% water-soluble calcium.., improves soil and leaves no acid residue in your soil. " Readily available... Easy to apply.r Your fertilizer dealer... TODAY! NOI m tm v " To those who expressed their sympathy in so many beautiful and practical ways during our recent bereavement, we extend our heartfelt thanks. ~ Mrs. Frank Bartlett and family, Mrs. Ruth Anderson, Rex Bartlett, Carll Bartlett, Mrs. Millie Bow- den, Mrs. Iris Jefferts. [ ....... _ /i Jackson hrst VIOJ CIKI/-I l i,m ... Mrs. Lynn Danielson, [ 10 l'reslde correspondent I &T g'%rr* " [ Senator IIenry M. Jackson of [sew Ullicers tWashington, although a Fresh- t i'~ .- I man, was the first, and to date Io assume UuIleS lwe blieve the only Democrat, to On Friday evening, March 271oreside oxer the new session of at 8:00 p. m. there will be a com-lihe United States Senate He has munity meeting at the Victoria]already presided more than once community hall at which timelthis year, at the invitation of the the new officers will hold their Vice-President of the United first meeting. They are Chair- States. , man, John Norback; Secretary, Jackson g twolvo voar_~ nf .~r Mrs Bob Kuhnhausen" Trustees vi----'---t .......... " ....... -*----*- ~. ...... : : ce In he House of Represe,~t- uscar bcnel, Jack Anaerson ana tives proved to all that the Sena- H. Brandes: Alsothe or)glnal by- tor is'an authority on Parliamen- laws wm De reaa. Let S get m- tary Procedure and well equilk- getner ana maKe it a gooa com- bed to preside over th~ ~,r~ato~-t m i ...... '~------- un ty meeting. Coffee will be deliberative and legislative body served, on earth." The Albert Hansens of Everett o called at their son Harry Hansen 01sen Ayrshire lterd and famEy's home Sunday. On Friday evening, the Harry Han- Completes Record sens visited the Elmer Elfstroms. Sunday guests at the Pigort home were Mr. and Mrs. Olson and daughter of Everett and Mr. 'and Mrs. Ware of East Stanwood. Mrs. Koch and Mrs. Kuhn- hausen were luncheon guests Friday of Mrs. Alfred Hanson at her home in East Stanwood. Supper guests Friday at the Bob Kuhnhausen home were Mr. and Mrs. Olander of Arlington. i Mr. and Mrs. Lehnart of Sumas stopped in at the Kuhnhausen home Saturday evening enroute home from Yakioma. JIM CREEK CLUB The purebred Ayrshire herd of H. Garvick Olsen, Ole Ayr Farm. East Stanwood, has completed its seventh year on the Ayrshire Herd Test Plan with an average of" 10734 pounds of 4.- per cent milk and 435 pounds of butterfat, actual. . According to a report from the National Ayrshire Breeders' As- sociation office in Brandon, V*~, the herd of fifteen milking fe- males is credited with 11509 lbs. of ;l per cent milk on' a Mature wood. We gave that party for ~Mrs. Elder Monday night. The girls sang "Little Candles," the pep song. We played detective. Judy Hershaw, Darlene Under- wood brought cup cakes. Mrs. Jensen made coolaid and coffee. Joyce brought the treat. It was fudgesickles. --- Darlene Under- wood scribe MEETS MARCH 26 in the herd was Ole Ayr Rex ' " The Jim Creek Home Demon- Aora with 16014 pounds of 3.6 BUTTONS 'lq~ BOW~ ~ ~ stration club will meet at the per cent milk and 574 pounds of ....... ~' ~"'" . home of Mrs. Matt Wallitner butterfat, actual. ~ne ~uttons n ~ows 4-H Club Thursday, March 26th o met Wednesday at Seymour's The project will be given by NOTICE aItfr scnool. Bethene Amy and Sarah Miller The annual election of the ~vlarilyn Stedman, president, on packing lunches, board of trustees of the Oso opened our meeting. We talked Pot-luck lunch will be served. Community church will be held about several different things o at the church on Friday, March includin.g our sewin.g boxes. Two "Use Times Classified Ads -- 27th, at 7:30 p. m. -- Beryl ot me girls nad tne~rs maae. ~ffective. economical Knights, Secretary. Refreshments were brought by ~~ 2 %eting will be held at Marilyn Snyder's, March 25, after school. -- Reporter, Janet Seymour. ~ QUICK * ACCURATE * RESPONSIBLE SILVANA BOYS" 4-H Meeting wascalledtoorderby] LAND TITLE SERVICE president Don Klein. The SitvanaI Boys' 4-H and Girls' 4-H, Cedar-[ ghOmg t4oH andV lOyiao H,ti ee] Your policy of Land Title Insurance IS the in April in the Victoria hall~ .... - - and the' two Silvana clubs are surest protection you can nave tot your gOir~g to put on the initiation home or other real estate. pa t oz ~t, and ~ried to zinu wno would take the parts. .-. . ., .... . .. . . . The two Silvana clubs are uur TaCllltleS provlae Tne fastest service--- starting to plan a 'program to be . . . . . . , given some time this spring. Tralnea ana experlencea people assure The meeting was adjourned, ,. . . . .. . and a very nice lunch was served accuracy --- every policy IS DacKea Dy souncl by Mrs. Madson.--Bob Madson, ~, . , . .. reporter financial sTrengTn. 0 , Feb. Producer Pr.ce , , , 33c Below January Snohom|sh"r ,,, The uniform price for February .COns, Idle r . ..om~un, 1953, as announced by Nicholas L. Keyock, Market Administra- ARTHUR A. ANDERSON, Manager 2915 Wetmore Ave. Everett, Washington practical nursing graduates are cordially invited to attend the reception whmh will be held in room 26 at the college starting at eight p.m. o ~ELL IT--If you he, ve any artlch of furniture, not m use, try Times classified ad. Eouivalent twice-a-day mllMa schedule. The highest butterfat producer Telephone Cedar 2164 AGENT WASHINGTON TITLE INSURANCE CO. " Whenyour telephone e- .."ceiver is carelessly left its ..*hook, you are robbed of in- 1 coming calls. One receiver off ** the hook on a party line, and *no one can gece ve incoming .or make outgoing calls. Be * sure to replace the receiver carefully after every tele- ** phone conversation and you will never be a party to a "hold up." TELEPHONE COMPAII