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t __SIX THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASttINGTON, THURS., MARCtt 26,]953. , Ehe ArlingIon irttes I- Branch Recreation Use Fidelity Chapter Su e ssor ,o II Alice Thomsen ] Cml Defense, IOf Forests Gains Holds Installation ,~E ~^LLER C~ TIM s __ A-...,o.o._.Phne"2~0w3 ' ]Meets Friday" " [Washin~ton'sRecreatin USenationalOf Ore g on forestsand as MrSworthv. Grace MatronKing WaSof installedFidelity. Vol LXV Thursday, March 26, 1953 No 48 Dun! /~lhuv,~aoaij, ~ " ....... -~ .... Cha tar i3rder of East r r ...... " ],.. I.. M,~. J. P. Enselman reports continues gain, according to fig- _ P . . e n Sta , ~inti,~, Pri~,~ .~ ~ P,~v V,~r..~nn nor V,~,r n,,t~idp .qnnho-[Kl~V~lll[" |~lr~lna~ I that tl~e Welfare unit of the Ar- ures released today by Frank B.[at an DOes meeung held Satur. "~d~h--'--~.~,~t",--'f~,,~ ~v~rv :rh~,'r'~d~'v~ ~,~1(~,'~ "'~'t~'~u~'~ton [u.d ......... ~,. [lington Civil Defense will hold Folsom, assistant regional for-I,~aY n~g,m, ,Marc.n z~, . her nus- ~'--~lngton, by" "~ ~'~ [ March 30 will be the 30th an-[its regular meeting at'8 p.m. Fri- ester in charge of recreatio/a and sDtaa~inUn:hlieSr.~lng acting as m- THE ARLINGTON PRINTING CO. [niversary of Bryant Grange No.[da.y: March 27, at the VF.W. lands for the PacificNorthwest _- g. J. C. CARPENTER -- FRANK MARSH ]791, our new hall is nearinglnail. regmn o~ the u. ~. ~ores~ bey- me t:nap~er room was attracr- ]L ~ CARPENTER Editor & Mgr ]completion and in the very near] Members of the staff and lodg- vice. lively decorated for the occasion :l~red as 2ndCl-ass'matter: in'the'Post Office at'Arlington, Wash:[futur'e we' will" announce thai!rig representatives are asked to More than 3,800,000 recreation with baskets of earlyplum and :ll~gton, under the act of March 3, 1879. [grand opening and the anniver.IDe present, visits were made to 19 nationallcnerry o~ossoms, anD. a wn.~e ]sary celebration together [~~ forests in the Beaver and Ever-]mtuce ~ence entwined w~tn " utn mrtn~ay rest ~unuay Those swee~ peas I [t Grange will meet Fmday mght,[att n~in ~- - .. green states during 1952. Th~sl .~ . '- .... [] e u g ~ne parw were Mr ~:vanne ~reatnouse r ~ was March 27. The Garden C~ty de- and Mr compares w~th an estimated 3,-. ., D T T ~ P T A T, 'lgree team will confer the 1st and famil- ~IrPaln~e~vIrY~aStr?d and 423,000 in 1951, an increase of m~stress of. ceremonl.es, for the ~ ~ .L J. x.~ .L t~.z. ~ ~_~ 1,2nd degrees on several new~ _ t y, . ~ . . ~usoy 10 per cent i occasmn, and mstalhng officers " ,~ ~ana ~amiw, Mr an(] ~wrs Clay- - ...... Iwere: Ruth Marxen WM." Laur- I [ memoers~ [ence Larson and family, Joe and veAl:raea~a~rn e~Y~ aieuv~ues re-lence Hopkins, W.' P.; Charles ' - [ Mrs Lillia~ was called Albert Bruseth, Peter and Henry p e ~ nc ease .re[King' Past P Capatola Brounty, Molstad an eampgrouna use, a ~ per cen~ In- " ~-.[~-R WORK [to Vancouver w a~t w,~,~ I d Mr. and Mrs. Carl ...... ~.~ ,~..~ ....... ,o~,~ ~...~]Past M. Chaplain; Myrtle Hart- ash., 1 ........ Westman ......... *" .................... ' .... ' ]ey, Marshal; Emily Odegard, In the announcement Monday by our two state send-[upon hearing of the death of her[ The Ouilt Club will meet at the a 43 per cent increase m private-IOr,,anist" M,rc,,~it,~ --~,~ ,~t ~., ~.. -,~.. ~, ...... ~. ,6 ~-mon[n-om granddaughter. ,.. - -" ........ lv mana~,ed resort use ~- ~'-. ' ~ ~" .............. ors and the ~tate highway epartment that soinetnlng[ Mr and Mrs Lloyd Hovik and[~renaemum some wednesday, -__ Z . " .[M. ~ecretary; Send Thompson, O " ..... [Bett " and Mr: Mike Kronholm April 1 The onty flecrease ~ per cent IPast M Conductress like $2,3.1,000 from the normal motor vehicle fund will y There is a lotof - fewer winter s-'orts visitors is at - - " " 'were ,,nests at a birthda~, '~i .... ' sickness .... ~, : -, ttetiring, Worthy Patron Laur- be spent in Snohomish county on state highway projects,] at the~home of Mr and ~I~ '~eo around at present Dave Carlson tri~uted to poor snow conaitionslence Hopkins, installed Iver Driv- ~ " has blood poison in one hand, is in rote ~woz, rather than" a de- stuen in that office "there anlple e ldence that our county seat has devel-IRawleys ofMarysv le :n honor improving; Roland Ensign, corn crease in the number of winter Other officers installed are" .... o~ ~waine t:~arg s ~tn mrmaay, l" " " s orts enthusiasts " oped an excellent technique in the presentahon of ltS[Thirt,, ~,uests were-re~,~,~t p matrons of the flu; Mrs. ale P Helen Starr Associate Matron; ~v~el nrn~o,~,~ [ The Loyal Heights __wmo.qo " ~, Jackson,. ........ the flu, Mrs. Paul Weg- The Forest Service finds ~t Ralph Colhns, Associate Patron; -v-.- r-~o-~ ]e.n~ .,~N~ ~,~,~ t~,~ ...... ~. her ~s m the hospital; Mr. R~ch- dffhcult to maintain national[Catherine Wegener Secretary; The ,only regrettable part of the whole deal was the meeting at the Club House. d Lampuert has had a stroke, forest recreatmn facilities to ac- Marie Cann, Treasurer; Arvilla ~ ...... ~ . Iq-h, ~.~.^...~, o~.. ^ ....r~e is improving at this timeceptable standards of publiclBleeck Conductress; Gladys Ny- nea coup agams av ,, " [M~ltt-,~ ~,,,~ ~ vi~,u r~,~nh, Mr. and Mrs., M. C. Wegener safety and sanitation Folsom[strom Associate Conductress; .. trawrs I...,,, ....... " of Yak ma were week-end guests declared Most of these facili- Rebecca DonaldSon, Chaplain; JLJLA~IlVY~V &--X:lt. UI I.IIU J'Att~b .IL t~tl.~lllL .I~L ~..11 t~. r~ --I WIll U~:~ llO~tt~t~ ........ _ . " I . . ~',~ ~,~ ,.' ~ ..... ~ ~ " ..... I Mrs Doroth" Gibbins and Mrs a~ the t:. ~. Turmpseed some:tins were provided during Civi],[Bergie Dnvstuen, Marshal; Lu. e8 a nor~n south line irom ~ulnas through ~eelro ~OOlley, y Several ladms fro " ' - [Mnrlnn Y)Hnhnr of .~o~ttl~ visited " m Bryant fan Conservation Corps days in!cille Butler, Organist" Grace Bar- ~-1" -*--- o.~,~___:_~. ~W~,~n:----:llo ....~ ~t.,~ ~.~+ ~;,~]~+ +~.^ ~.,... ..... .~,~ ~. ..... ,^.~ went to see MrsRuth Germain the 1930s and funds available'land Adah, Ruth Germam, ~ktal~lgLOll, ~x~,.~llOIllLSIl, V OO~llllVlxxw~ llltl bllu D~IDU DI~'~'dL LItU k.,llilUIU UUUII IIUIIIU YYUtI" ~ ........ " ' " ~ nesda*, last week the zorn ~o neapher celebrate since have not been sufficient to Ruth; Myrtle Hartley, Esther; of Lake Washington It consequently woes not pass ~ her b~rthda ,, ' Miso ~..~ ~,~,~{~ ..~ c~.. w~o ~ " Y. provide adequate maintenance Mary Hopkins, Martha; Rena ~h,-----~- ~ivo,.o+* , o~,. ~ "%"'~.~,~..'~"..~'~ ^';~ Mrs Nettle Bratland and cAll- he said ' Rochon Electa; Lola Collins, ~tm~u ...... ~. w'~-en~ ~ ................. dren visited at the Olaf Bratlan " ' " ........... ~,,~u~.t,~,~ d The importance or public'co- Warden; Charlie King, Sentinel. eth 1 11- ........... Last year there was completed a sty e of th s hid - Mr and Mrs Elmer Wau~,h home at Utsalady on Camano Is- operationin keeping camp- The Worthy Matron introduced . . b land last Saturday Helma McFarland as color bear way north from Snohom sh to a point near Lake Stew- and son Gary were droner guests , " at the Ole Tronson home Tues- er; Nina Cloer, Bible Bearer; ens. The completed highway is straight and wide and an day last week Choir, all Past Matrons and Past excellent modern highway, yet it carries little traffic be- Mrs. George Dawson and son Patrons, Dorothy Sass; Claire Palmer, Assistant Director; Mel cause it ends in an inaccessible spot. Leonard Smith of Seattle visited Canada. Sass, Leland Batdorf, Norman old friends in the neighborhood way available to heavy tourist traffic t,o the Granite Falls-Verlot area by use of the Getchell road which runs due east from the point where the new highway would in- tersect it. Then, too, traffic from" tlie north in the Arlington distriet, which is now unable to reach the new highway, Say]or, Alvin Dunn, Mary Underwood, Ruth choir sang "This is her and the W~ Laurence Hopkins. The newly-inst~ Matron and Worthy troduced members c flies, and following l ficers were presented denda honoring them by their officers. Preceding the insta emony the welcome w Worthy Matron Ruth Grand representatives troduced: Beulah Ho] California; Glady~s Puerto Rico; Bertha New Jersey; Emily Saskatchewan; Barbar$ deputy instructor, re the presiding worthY~ and patrons of ~: County. Following the cerem[ Sass sang "Star of the special words for retiri~ Matron Ruth MarXe Marxen presented Past jewel to Past Patron : Hopkins, then the pasl jewel to his wife, givinl Dry of her ten years as~ of the Order of Eastern ly missing one meetin~ that time. Viola Hollingsworth : the retiring Matron wfl from the Past MatronS, corted her from the Retiring Worthy fence was asked to Patron "Boys" and the East. Following the fr.eshments were dining room, where kets of plum blossom bouquets made the attractive Plans are ready and the right-of-way secured for last Sunday They also visited ~O00000000000000'OO00000000000000000 the extension of this highway north, but "because of lack Mr. and Mrs. ale Akron at the Josephine Home in Stanwood. ]~ .IJa. of funds" no extension was planned this biennium. Mrs. Margaret Hoshaw re la COFFEE June Rose .............................................. Lb. 79e SHORTENING Snow 4 Cap ................................ An extension of this road miles, to a connectionturned to her home at Art Fuller-l~ tons last Friday after spendingl~ ROLLED OATS Albers .......................... 79c TUNA Surfmist Solid Large with the Getchell road, would have made the new high-three months at the Rest Haven'~ Packed in brine .................................. ecru nursingMr, andhmeMrs.atoscarMt" Vernon.Holm and MARGARINE Allsweet 29C GREEN OLIVES i0.o,. Jean Lurid were dinner guests Yellow .................................... Lb. Grogan's ...................... Jar New -Oz. Black Orange 48" last Friday at the Ole Tronson ~ MOUND MINIATURES Candy .... home. 6 29C TREE TEA Pekoe Pekoe ................ A correctiOn--the baby shower at the Loyal Heights hall last PEACHES Garden Large Freestones .............................. 21/aCan 27c SUPER SUDS Washing Large Powder ................................ Pk~J. Thursday was for Mrs. John Traulson not for Mrs. Carlson. would find a connection by use of the Getehell road.Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Larson DICED BEETS Royal 2 ,o. cans TOILET SOAP Cashmere Chef .............................. Bouquet .................... 3 Bars . and daughter Jerry were supper Although no funds , ere available to apply on tins _ , guests Monday at the home of FIG BARS BMriaSsdn .................................... ,%.39e TOILET SOAP Palmolive ................ 3Ba, important north-south highway, the Everett group inns- Mr. and Mrs. ale Tronson. aged to secure enough to deve lop a brand new highwaYlMFri ndSn lhbeglaad tknw from Cavalcro's corner to a connection with Highway] proving quite fast. ]" I'On d C 1-A at the spot where it now ends near Lake Stevens. .Mr. and i :. omm:n t. FL It wouh seem that Everett n ust assure itself of , r , home connection " ith this important highway even before the . ........ ........ lvlr. and Mrs. unarles ~roau-i~ ]lEA iS U ~ L OeeidentBn illgnway is built, gate of Spokane arrived Friday[~ ~ W~hil~ Po~b/d~r ~ Print Bag : "--7-------~ afternoon for a week's visit at l~ r~lr ~ ~ A iw"r'~l~ m Am, l~l lithe Albert Bowles home. They all[~ Oregon Trail -'- , L~ [m ~-.~ L~ L/-~U~--~'~]~/--~[~[ Ildrove to Coupeville Saturday to[~a ................... visit Mr. Bowles' cousin, Glen . Filaest Packed ~ t~.l.. '~"~ ~ 25"~a~k ~i~0' . ram r, On un ayl. A ' n^ t~r~,e [[Mrs. Bowles and children andl~ , Giant ~yvmw ~, ~ '[Mr" and Mrs" Bradgate made a[O 2612 Colby Avenue Everett, WashingtonIltr to Senile. ....... [~ , - __ I l~ennis lVlOlS[aa celeora~ed'nls[~ 2 50 ----- I E ]sle, 24 '-** Large This WeeK: YOUR FRIEI IDS Wll liee ~:key -o g. e Ina Shepps YOU-- Sunny Jim Maple Flavoreh Shortening Pin money can be yours--with the I[ aid of want ads in The Arlington I/ Times and Shopper. Surely you I/ -oz. Ing -~ have outgrown toys, discarded fur- I/ 24 ]Bottle 3 c= niture, "antiques" and many other .t saleable objects around your home. , NEW SPUDS Florida 4 CHICKENS , ,, , , Lb. ..................... A OUS'S II TTITPi Fresh L~L* ,~,,t.,L~ Crisp ........................................ Each JUST PHONE-- SLICED BACON, , , , Lb" Fancy I CARSTEN'S--~REATFOI~SEASONING ] TOMATOES Pack ................................ Carton- Just lift your phone receiver and BACONSQUARES can 493 to place a want t...simple : ' ' Lb" CUCUMBERS Flro TM isn't it ..... and it may mean extra AR OUR'S FRANKS Texas cash for you. Times and shopper , i i i , i GRAPEFRUIT Pinks .................... 4for want ads reach 4,000 families in the Stillaguamish Valley every week. FRESH RENDERED LARD 2 25 Your friends know the value of , I I I I I Pkg. C AVOCADOS ,For all Purposes .......................... Each want ads.., the cost is low only 65 cents for 22 words. Phone 493 now r.x'r .P, ZC'H -Oz. ann c arge MEAT BALLS .... 16 oo. 39* l~t:~O'S P.d[C~I FLAVORED KIDDIES Sc .0~_ CHICKEN & NOODLES. 16 o= 27* . FERG'S IN THE NEW LARGE PACK BEEF TAMALES .... SPAGHETTI & MEAT . CAMPFIRE BRAND . . Pkg. FRESH and Shopper Doz. Prices effective at Arlington and Everett on Ma~ch 27 and 28, 1953.~Every item ally guaranteed. No sales to dealers. We reserve the right to limit. O000@'O@O0@O000@ O00@O000000000000000@O0'