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No. 49 Officials Clay Slide Eork Director John A. by Richard recently ap- commissioner, E. d and Carl N. Crouse, to the North Fork of last Friday a look at the clay which keeps the the Stillaguamish a lot of good stream• has made sev- of the moving mass firm was em- FLake a complete re- estimates and pla ms measures to pre- aCtion which is roiling :taste which would in- ~tl~ng of the stream • er bank stabilizing ~nted to $150,000. tte Fisheries Dept.,in- lr~ the project, re- !tt~ests ° fa sWnate[plen?ai1 .~ SPawning beds from thus that department is not ready to partic- I the Game Dept. in measures. ~ral supposition is that activity is caused by 'ater flowing along the Slide. v ral this, there are se e t Water that drain the e the slide, and these ~aover the clay, emp- Y water into the ~oup watched the ac- ~tiday large chunks of ~ropping off the face of laY bank. These would little streams until Water accumulated to f~rce out the dam of mud like newly e would slither bottom and ooze igestions are of entering into a lg project, the re- :h are doubtful, a employed after the season, and simply stream to the south Present channel. This it away from the toe and would probab- the stream for the ~all f|shing. is probable that ~n: which drain th slide will con- through the clay, filky waters must 1 Fork, no mhtter Is removed from the ange t of channel ve a great deal of Ld seem worthy of t before entering that would cost 'rea]ized that the would undo the felt some valuable Will be afforded, SUmmer of clear we- there will be no developed any fu- erosion could on the work atl Advise Arlington, Wash., Thursday, April 2,' 19531 Consolidated with Arlington Chronicle April 3, 1915. Practice Red Alert Held Sunday A surprise Civil Defense alert was called last Sunday, in Ar- lington, and several realistic problems were presented the or- ganization. Jack Barney, local co-ordinator, states that the practice was val- uable, a n d revealed several weaknbsses that will be correct- ed. According to his report all units were alerted and an incen- diary air attack simulated in the area of the city water reservoir. A car fire, resulting from this at- tack, broke out on Stillaguamish near Third and the occupants, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Helms and i daughter Barbara as part of the problem were reported "injured." High School Harry Sargent Honor Roll [Buys Feed Store Principal John Danubio of the Arlington High School announced the High Honor Roll and Honor Roll for the first quarter of the second semester of the school year, as follows: Any student whose grades are all B or better is eligible to the honor roll, except that a student may have one C if he has an A to counterbalance it. Any student who has four A's and no grade below a B is eli- gible to the high honor roll. High Honor Roll Seniors--Barbara Arnot, Joyce Brose, Barbara Carter, Mary Yorke, Bill Goerlich, Charles Mc- Questen, Ran Pumphrey. O County P.T.A. I by The annual blood drawing program will be sponsored the Arlington Hospital Guild at the V. F. W. Hall on Convention April 10 q;uesdav, April 14th, from 9:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Co-sI= n- sors wiil be The American Legion, The American Legion: At Monroe Auxiliary, the Lady Lions and the V. F. W. Snohomish County Parent- Teacher Association will hold its spring convention at Monroe, in the Congregational church Fri- day, April 10. Registration and morning coffee hour-,Fill be in the parish hall from 9 to 9:30 The registration of donors will those who donated last year and be by the Hospital Guild, and are able to do so again are urged to contact any member of tl~ Easter Egg Hunt , Guild and make pledge statb~' time you would llke to come. S d Aft who were not able to donate last atur ay ernoon y~ar are urged to do so this year. Seven others were "injured" in -Juniors---Janet Grewe, Nancy a.m. the immediate area requiring Swimme, Richard Russell, Dick Convention will be called to or- first aid and hospitalization.Schuh. der by the president, Mrs. Ken Individual unit response to the Sophomores --- Marie Cornell,. Walin, at 9:30 a.m. alert was gratifying. The Fire Ed Bo~seth. HARRY SARGENT [ Morning program will consist Dept. dispatched their equipment~ Freshmen---Irene Wahl, Gerald[ Harry Sargent,* 337 Dunham[of a talk by county superintend- Schroedl Cyrus Swett. avenue and S F Donnel] an-lent of schools, Mrs. Dorothy Ben- absenceSm°°thlYofandtheirqUietlYchiefdespiteand when(he Honor Roll I no, nee' that Mr" Sar~,ent has [nett, and Mrs. Ray Freeman, sev- called to the scene of disaster Seniors ~ Iola Bjorn, Violet ". - -.. s- _ . [enth regional vice-president of efficiently disposed of all incen- Blacken, Joy Butterfield, Dorislpurcnased tne Arimgton't~asnjthe Washington Congress• Mrs. diary problems. The Fire Dept. Davis, Johanne Engstrom Gayle[Feed Store from Mr. Donn@ll Mr.[Freeman's subject will be "How .... V ~ Johnson, Llla Kinney, JeanettelSar~,ent taldn~ t)ossession anita organize the executl e board, ambulance was moved into the Klein, Mary Ann Robertson, San-IA r~i 1st ~ " [followed by a question period• disaster area and was available dra Pars6nE" Norita Tveit, Mar-[ P " .~ . [ . At 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Elba Crumb, for the needs of First Aid. chetta Rosenbach, Marvin Hal-[ Mr. Sargent, who C0tnes l~ere[consultant of family life educe- The police Reserve responded with a quick blockade• of the verson, John Dickinson, Vernon[from Sedro.Woolley, has been a[tion of Seattle public schools, main Defense Routes and quick- Wheeler, Marilyn Nelson• [field representative at the Albers[will speak. . on,, ' Education for ly blocked off the disaster area Juniors---Kaye Johnston, Car-lMillin~ Co for the a-~ three,Family Living. upon notification of the attack, lene Hartl, Pat Cyra, Donna~ o . p st ! Election and installation'~f Chief Countryman has pointed Johnson, Donna Gunderson, Mar-[years• ~ [officers will also be a part of the out, however, the immediate ilyn Amy, Carol Hammerly, Dor-[ Mr. and Mrs. Sargent have[day's activities. need for proper vehicle identifi- othy Dunnick, Carmella Lindetl,|three children: Sherry 3; Sandra, I cation during alerts. Says Coun- Marllyn Lundberg, Vmlet Mar-[1V.~, and Stanley 7 mqnths. [M~,e 14m, a r k~n °hirl~^n ""^'-'rew B^t*" ~1 ~ ....... ~_ _ ..v,,ao. ~.,u....,, Am~.m~s~.s tryman, "All cars and trucks en. ~ . o ee ~,~c~. , ~ ty ,-, -! ~vlr. ~argent states that ne was tering critical areas must bear son, Cathy Walker, Jim Brown,[born and raised on a dairy and[To ~b (~|Bi ~-~m,~ proper identification or be stop- Larry Eliason, John Engstrom,[chicken ranch near Vancouver,[ vsost ~l~ AA~a~; ped. Those failing to comply Tom Foster. [Wash. He is a graduate of Wash- • '~ * o 1 with a patrolman's request to~ Sophomores--Lola Aken, Doris[ington State College, where he in 1yn~s]o~ ~weGen stop must be arrested ,if that is Bergevm, Peggy Jo Brown, Shar-[majored in agriculture. He saw A¢t,~ .,~ sh~,~,~,,~ ,f ~nrtv twn necessary to make them stop to on Butterfield Marcella John-,~three years military service in[,,,~'~'~"'~'~" ~l~'~oi"~"~'~n"~~ be identified. These lanes must son, Jean Lark, Jacqueline Lo-[the Naval Air Corps during[~ner'~res"~len~*o'f"th*'e-~ran~v~ew gan, Eileen Mittleider, MiraMae[ vVorld War II. [m~t~o~ u,iH 1..... avH~e~t .... needsremain!" open for fire and medical Murphy, Therese..Murphy, Do nnaj Mr. Donnell, who purchased[.~p~ri'l"6'tb" for "a vi si?' o' er r~oal, Joella WllKlns, Jerry Gar th~ m The First Aid teams under the _ ... "[,he store from Albers co "lhome in Tyngsjo, Dalarna, Swe- ter, ~eil Danard Dan t~ieKinson, l~a.,, in 1927 ~fter o,~atina itl.~...~ direction of Dr. Samuel F. Nebel Jim Dunning Gary Duskm John • , .... [_or them for three ye~s, states, She will travel to New York met at their headquarters and GoerhchLoren ~rleKson harry[ .4k of lh, ] quickly formed into stretcher , , that he plans to d~v~e some by train, taking the Milwaukee Olson, J~m Rasmussen, Ro n mture tak b and ambulance crews. Unfor- " ..... time to his p" irg ho by. road from Seattle. From New tunately valuable time was lost Thompson,~ay lnorsen, ~lenn --,-----o :,7 ~ Vnrk tho vnvnO'o nvorgong will ho Tissue, Don Wick, " 1 ~ .......... ~-~": .... " .......... getting these first aid teams intoes by the S. S. Gnpsholm. the vicinity of the disaster as the .Fr" hmen--Janet Bauch. Mar-,on, ~u,#u,3 Mrs. Heimer expects to be gone telephone normally used by this ma.t~ruwe~l' lviargaret James, • six" or seven months. She came Bernice Johnson, Ruth Peterson, iPlans Pro ressl group was locked up for several L ' " rker " ~ Thors "o i g i~ [to Canada in 1911, and to the ols ra , ~reta en, ~ n minutes. This problem is now . ""an sm - hnn Ja -son"1 Chairman Charles W~. Fowler[United States in 1918, settling on Ja w g o, dO y coo , solved, it is understood. The med- Jack Larson Milton Milanoski i reports that plans are ~rogress- [the farm at Grandview. Mr. Hel- ical group met at the Arlington Jim Morgan.' ,iing,fortheforthcoming~trth toflmer passed away ten years ago. General Hospital with Dr. Hahn. ~_ ~,~-~ ~-.-~ ............... ~,~,~ ..... --', ~.~. ,~,,~, Mrs. Enselman'S welfare unit be sr~ons~red by tl~ "American . , formed at their headquarters in GOOD FRIDAY SERVICE Ler~ion !l'xremen Will the V.F.W. hall and all parts of AT STANWOOD o .. . • -~avir .... ern"- - Cha'rmen °f the varl°us c°m" ]0hserve Anmversarv Our ~ o s a t;nurcn this unit stood by ready to pro- mittees are being selected and '7 vide for those victims of the at- and friends in this community tack that required food, cloth- are invited to th~ Good Friday details of the parade 'and prize The forty.eighth anniversary ing, and shelter. The Welfare Joint Service in Our Savior's Lu- awards will be announced in theFire°f theDepartmentfounding of will(he ArlingtOnbe ob- unit had a good turnout and the theran Church in Stanwood. Lo- near future, served by t h e smokeeaters direction was smooth and effi- cal choir members will sing with Several innovations are being:Thursday night, April 2. cient, which is extremely gratify- the massed choir, the hymn, planned for this year's celebra- Former members living else- (ion. It'is tentatively planned to where, and those who have re- ing considering the lack of per- "Beneath The Cross of Jesus•" hold a children's parade separ• tired are all invited to join in an sonnel in this unit. The service begins at 8:00 p.m. Engineering and Cargo Trans- and will be centered around the ate from the regular.parade, re- evening of reminiscences. There portation formed at the Valley "seven last words" of Jesus spa- lieving the little folk of the task will be a program of musical Gem Farms and Water Utilities ken from the cross• Mr. Roy Lar-of the long march• numbers, and the evening will at the City Garage• Supt. Van sen will sing, "There Is a Green: Complete details will be an-terminate with a buffet lunch- Horn of Water Utilities, pointed Hill Far Away." nounce~l later, con. out the need of better communi- cation between water and the filteP center. Frank Larama reported from the school that his buses and drivels are now organized and are ready to provide transporta- tion for humans. It is expected that this new unit will greatly relieve some welfare problems• Electric Utilities stood by at Wm. Kahler's but fortunately were not needed as electric facil- ities remained i9tact. ({)mE Terrace Park will be the scene of much activity and merriment as children 4" years of age through the second grade swarm over the park in search of Easter egg~ Saturday afternoon. The event m sponsorea by the Camp Fire leaders, and they have received the co-operation of many organizations and individ- uals in providing eggs for the occasion. The Camp Fire Girls and Blue- birds assisted in making the Easter baskets. Gold and silver eggs will en- title the finders t o special :awards. The children are requested to assemble at the east entrance of the park at 2 o'clock. Earns-C.amp Fire Award m Folk Lore To qualify for her Camp Fire award in Folk Lore, Sonja Wangsmo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wangsmo, assembled a display of articles from Nor- way, Sweden and Denmark at the Wangsmo home Tuesday evening• The 'display included rdany family heirlooms of both Mr. and Mrs. Wangsmo's famil- ies. As it was necessary that the articles and their use be explain- ed, the result was an interesting as the Office of DeSense Moblli- zatiott has requested the Rect Cross to expand its blood collec- tion to provide a bank of Loses of gamma globulin, a bloed derivative, the new weapml against paralysis from pol~, that children may be spa~ at lifetime of handicap. It takes a little more than ~" pint of whole blood to p~ ~an average dose of gamma glOb- ulin. One dose will protect an In- dividual against the paralysis from polio for the period of the second through the fifth weeks following injection. The gamm~ globulin will be distributed in epidemic areas by the Publk: Health Office. Whole blood is needed fo~ Korea, type O is shipped wl~mle~ Blood for plasma and derivat~v~ is stockpiled for military and d. vilian use in case of nat~al disaster. This is for all of t~ Jn case of attack. Requirements for donor m: Good normal health, weight ~. pounds or more, between ages 21 and 59. Between ages of I~ and 20 must have parents, con- sent. If married or in armed forces need not have pa~ents consent if between 18 and Donors cannot give if had sur~ gery in past six months. Those who have had malaria can be donors but must tell registrar as blood is used only for plasma. story of old country customs. Donors may register any time The displays filled three large at the following places: tables• There were books in- Mansfield Drug cluding a family bible in Swed- Johnson Drug ish bearing the date of 1870, also Arlington Modern Cold illustrated books describing Storage cities and towns and other placesCity Office of interesL and an illustrated Theatre Beauty Shop The ,success of this carom(m- book on the German occupation ity project depends on your gen, of Norway during the second erosity. Pledge today! world war. There was silverware, china o. wood carving, needlecraft, all ~g] ~'~.,~ ~-|v~ telling the story of life in the ~'~ ~av~ ~aa~, Scandinavian countries• | • ! • • , aggnng here, EASTER PROGRAM } .... The First Methodist Church oflNeed Is Ur ent Arlington will present an Easter~ g Program on Sunday evening atI Burke Barker, caairman of the 7:30. All classes are participating]Snohomish and Island County to make this an interesting and[Chapter American Red Cross. re- inspiring program•The publiclported today that the Red Cro~ is cordially invited• fund drive locally has only The Easter est xal will be observed in all churches o f the district Sunday, with special services for the oc- casion. IIuring Holy Week there have been special observances in several of the churches each day leading up to, the reached the half-way mark. Mr. Barker stated that he would like each person to ask himself these five questions: (1) Am I willing to give $1..00 to provide children swimming lessons? Your child no longer afraid of water; your child and other children learning( how to take'care of themselvqs in the water. (2) Am I willing to give $1.00 so Red Cross can continue to col- lect blood for the Armed Forces T Communications under the su- final festival on Sunday. The announcements for the various churches follows: . • . so enough blood is available O pervision of Elmer Wilson have ..... " , ,, _ , • • for wounded servicemen in Korea lr~ . . ~hry Ja°bd°tfraC°°~fatinngotha~ld~iv: Lutheran Church ICatholie Church !Congregational Methodmt ling rroperty sages to and from the Staff Filter liD|----, ~ .... ,'_,, {~,,,,,~,~,~ IGood Friday: IA. D. Brokaw, Minister Arnt O. Quall, pastor ]available in epidemic areas this ,11 group gathered Center..Operati°n. of telephone l[ l~l[l~ OUlil-l~g ~GI¥|~C Mass of the Presanctifiedat Holy• Week Services. ~nurch. ~cnool, 9•45. a.m. Mrs.]comin~ suborner~_ . .. ,ch0ol last Thurs- ~ and radm facilities, are .well un- ~=,~'-~--- o~,~,,nn~,,,,~ is the main fes-112:00 noon ! Wednesday, 7"30 .... p m • Prepar- DalerubPrice, supt. [ (3) Am I willing to g~ve" $1.00 lie Worsm 11 a m s r attend the public der control with professional op- . .................. [Holy Saturday. l a~ory Service i P, , . . [so that Red Cros social ser~ ices ' • • rival oI ine ~nrlstlan unurcn ~n ¢. " Choi " " r a the sts r ractme ever Weanes n ~euss the matter of erato s m nnlng ' se po ..... ; ....... ' .... [ Vigil of Easter with High Massl Thursday, 8 p m • Reception of] P Y -lmay conti ue. So that my neigh- istrict purchasinglHowever, more telephones must this say me cnurcnLceleor.a~r!at 9•00 am - [New. Members "~;lae Lord's'Sup-:day 7:30 p.m. [bars and relativescan continue • • • me resurrection oz her ~awu " " " " Thursda 8 m Public W r y ad3acen.t to pres-[be installed and more rater- ...n r^.n ~ .... o r~hrist IFeast of the Resurrection: iper. Extinguishing the Lights. ] ..... Y:. p.., .. o :It0 get reports from servicemen at r ,, sm wltn me Lore s~u er at (riot holdings communication sets b ought to ,,,u ~,, .......... ~, • ILow Mass at 7"30 a m ; Hi~,hl Friday, 8 p m • The Cruei-I P. ' PP /the front lines . . so a servloe- • • , • , • . . ~ . " .. • , ~us of oplnmn as[ work before the Filter Center can Our Savior s Lutheran t~nu.rcnlMass at 9"00 a m ; Confessions[ fixlon " cantata by John Stalner, lthe close. ~. . /man can come home to see his a s was o crate ro erl Another Cam invites all wno nave no omer ecret ballot ft lye th Easter rrogram 7 30 Sunuay d in mothel P P P Y. - . a er evening services Wednes-[g" n'by e choir. . : Y" g '. school board to munication problem is the sound- church home, here, to worshiP[day T~ursday and Friday; Sat-,Easter Sunday" Evening. l (4) Am I willing to give SL00 PUrchases " l in of the Alert Si hal to the with the congregation on ~asrer ' -',, • • • • • ~ g . g - . urday 3:30 to 5:30, 7 30 to 9 00 7 30 a m Rekmdhng the , [to continue training in Fzrst Aid, rtles involveare the Public The Fire Siren which is and every Sunday There will bel ~ ............... :.. , .~-~ "-[_ : ...: " " ~.---'-~ .! / .......... ~ ~ Ol K " ' so mat when acclaents nappen d ' l ,.,u~ p y r aS (nat r~ y wee LI ht xoun P v L name.., which is]'us( now used, is. deemed inade~luate, an Easter• Sunrise" WorshiPi atce6 and Easter may be for everyo,,="-^[-zoiioweo "~ s, o-y me "-g i~astere°pleS~reaSer iee,Kzast Irree me[noulst we will know how to ~,~,ive. fi,~t .... e H~gh School, the for use during these alerts. It m a.m• m the church. M ss Joy Iof you a' very rich experience of! ......... 15th & French St. laid and perhaps save a life at ae jutting into and pointed out that this instrument Brose will sing, O, Divine r~e-lclose association with Jesus v:a~ a.m• t~nurcn ~cnool• IE. B. Seymour pastor Ihome, or on the highway or at hare street By secur- is a fire signal and not well deemer" by Gounod. The regularlchrist as Divine Victim and Tri-I 11 a.m.: The Easter Service, Sunday School 9:45 a.m. lwork. 'Operty it would be/adapted to transmit other types Easter Worship will 11 a.m:lumpha.nt Lord. I message, "His Increasing Pur-! Special Easter Program by Sun-1 (5) Am~ I willing to give $I.00 Widen the street in[of signals. IThe choir, under the olrecuon olI Father Deady tP°se.'' !day School Children at 10:15. [so that Red Cross can continue to H Mr Ro Larsen will sin two Or an Prelude "Ostermor en" e igh School to itsl ~ I • Y , • " g [ Father McCuskers S J t ,, g :,, g I Easter M ssage by pastor, ll.[help persons affected in disaster tad it ........... would ~l~o o~lvel~ t~ ,T, l anthems,, by F. Melius .... Christian-IOn Holy Thursday the mem-' " " .( Easter Morning ), (Otto Mall-. Young People s Service, 7:15[•.. so that Red Cross can help eathleticfieldwhieh[~errv Idlrower~ lo [sen, Lamb of God and Thelbers of the narish will keen lng); and Postlude: "Consider p.m. [me and my loved ones in case :d to develop in the,r~" " ~r~ 'Inn New Song.if^Mr. Bud Peterson[watch before t-he Altar of Repose[and Hear Me," (Carl Pflueger),[ Evangelistic Service 8 p.m. ]disaster strikes my home? ~nHe~,wwee I~'~.ann~me win sing open The ~ares o~in h--ur wa*-'~'--- * .... ~..h~FMrs William Simpson organist. I Welcome ~l Barker pointedout "Red Cross P~perty is that be-I .......... The Temple, by Mrs. Joseph]Mass on Thursday, through Tenor Solo: "The Holy C~ty"l---------- /is supported on public contribu- Esther Boyden on Tnere Will De a meeung o~ per- Knapp. The sermon theme Ior Thursday nit, ht and on Friday (Stephen Adams), by Dr. L. S. First Bapitst Church /tions. The Annual Fund Drive is • " he " • ,, - o ' ~l • • ,, ue. which is betweenlry growers at the office of t both services will be Jesus Goesimornin~ until services at noon Batdorf Choir Anthem God So[Robertson Hall ~ "t°nce per year but servmes to ~ton school and the Washington State Employment Before You" based on the Easter lAs far ~as possible the men are~L°ved the World" (Stainer). ] Services at 2:30 p.m. ~un.aay. communities are carried on 24 1. Service, 3021 Colby Ave. Everett gospel in Mark 16:1-7. ia~.~n ,.. ~L-~ ~...' ..~,.~ ~. ..... '---------~ Rev. l~urgess ~aggettor ~'ine-/hours a day 365 d ............ sitlon of this proper- on Monday mght, April 6 at 8 The Sunday School will meetland women and children the Chris(lore ~:lence hurst, pastor. /No one asks if you have contrlb- ore playg ..._ • ......... at 9:45 a.m. for a Jumor Worship hours during the day. First Church of Christ, Scient ......t uted to Red Cross before serviceve m round o'clock • • • -.Schools which now tne meerm.g is to oenel9 .tar Service. The colored filmstrip[ " -- list. Fourth and Dunham streets [Churc.n. ox 2esu ans [is rendered. If Chapter services _block, Washington, purpose oi. (nscussmg toe let)or The ,Crucifixion and Burial of lSilvana and Lake~tood Parish [ Sunday School 11 a.m. Sun lot L~ter ~txy afl~nts . . _ late restricted due to lack of :m the new Lincoln sltuauon harvesting ol Jesus,' will be shown• IThe Lutheran Free Church IdLy Service 11 a.m. [. S,.mo.ay ~cnooi ±u a.m. at v.~'[funds it will mean no swimming this spring s oerry crop interest ~w nall • " The Lutheran Guild invitesIO J Haukeness, pastor I i,Vednesday testimonial meet,• • [classes this summer; no first aid )rono~, ..... n~r con ed growers are urged to attend ................ tSi'lvana in 8 m classes no blood for woua e ; oX''~ ~"'Y? . . " ~ " (nose wno worship at tne ~Unr~ : P D. • I-..-':7"-'----_. _ . ] ~ ; " d d .ou acres o~ land m ....... Service as well as all others tol Good Friday April 3rd~scr-i P, eading room. Church edlflce, l_~u~ana"-axew.Cma Iservicemen and no blood for ~ie district, east at M~,lt IF ||n Y~aa~, have lareakfast in the chu'rch vices with communion 11"am ! ol~en Monday 2 to 4 p.m. andlL'umerma ~'~tisn tGamma Globulin for use in PO- 'agin to Mr Trow ~,x~.~L ~,. ~.~,u ~v~a " • • " " ' 4-~ " ..... g • " I, . . basement at 7:15 a.m. They will[ Saturday, April 4th -- Con- Wednesday 2 to4 p.m. and 6: ..[J. H. Myrwang, pastor ~llo cases. Red Cross needs your ymcn joins acreage |'~|,,~, serve fruit juices,~an e~ souffle[firmation class 10 a.m. to 7:45 p.m., except legal hall ~Zion Lutheran Church: ~support and your dollars to con- , . by the scho . . with bacon, hot rolls and coffee ] Easter Sunday, Aprllbth--Sun- days. / Good Friday, April 3---11 a m,ltinue these and other services in Which would be so'r~: This column m provided go g~ve . ' " ' " h r | • " " " " F .t , " n~hlleltv *~ .... ~ .... ~ .... ~,... *.h,~, YOU may ~lve what you wish for[day School and Bible class 10 The subject of t e Lesson-Se -+Wprsh~p Services. Jyour commumty. .~tae school forest• ~-c~m'me'rCta'li-a--na't~r-e-~Afi--ev~Ta~ the brea'kf-ast The G'uild will al-ta.m. F*estival service 11 a.m. man for Sunday, April 5th, is:] ]~aster Sunday, April 5---11:30] Mr. Howard Palmer, chairman "~ price, it is under-where~aamtutoa fee is charged, o~ SO leave a nursery in the base-I Monday., April 6th. Choir prac- "Unreality.' lL.m., Festive Services SpeciallOf the campaign in Arlington een, set for the prop- where. .......... ~ sa~e is aavar~ised wtll app~u ment at, each of the' services I tme" 8 p m' Golden Text.• II Samuel 22.29." I music" Solo, cho~r" Holy" Baptmm[" area, or Mrs. Dale Huber, cap- L W in KIII~ (~OlUl~n• "l'ne cn~rg¢~ Will Df • " " ] . ", " . , ' • . . as deemed advls- ~o per word or a minimum of $I 00 -- Lakewood: Thou art my lamp, O Lord; and, admlmstered. All are invited. ~ tam of the City Teams, ask that ;:Siright, toacquire,~~ Falth Miulon Church [ Good Friday, April 3rd: Serv-the Lord will lighten my dark- I Children sing. [you send your contributions to )- n the interest or~ ...... ~_..ff,_r ....... ~_r ~,~_~_ Bro Adamson in charge lices with communion 2 p.m. ness. First Lutheran Church, [either chairman now, so that ~g~i~'- "- i~,~ob~an3~i~ennL~v'u~c Sunday School, 9:45 a. ml Saturday, April 4th: Confirm- --------:~.. ....... ]Lakewood: [these vital Red Cross services ~ mcn tne pur- _ a , Y' Morning worshm, 11 Evenln~lation class 2 p.m aevenm.~ay Aavenmst ~nm"csz J.H. Myrwang, pastor !may continue in Arllngton, as ~n°e made are avail-~Luthercm Ladies" Aid Bake worship 7:45. Easter Sunday, April 5th -- Sabbath School 9:4o, Devotion ] Easter Day, April 5--10 a.m.,~well as the other cities and o~not affect any of Sale Sat., April 4th, 10:00a.m. Weekly sorvices T u e s d a v Sunday School 10 a.m. Festival al ~ervices 11 a.m. Mid.week set Festive Services. Special music.[towns throughout the chapter's perating funds. Superior Seafoods. Thursday and Saturday, 7:45• • I service 2 p.m. vice Tuesday, 8:00. H01Y Baptism. l area. +