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TIlE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURS., APRIL 9, 195.3. I Joseph D. TveitI m ,. ,, r. ] Crowder 1:1 SISCO H IC, HTS [I GETCHVJ,T, . b wero-lraTro .... , Mrs Willis Hilde corr Mrs Willis Hiide corr at Vantage IFmlshes Course [ Mrs. Iver Fngstrom [I " Phone 2117' " I[ ' ..... :- " services were held lastl , . .,~~ . . [I Phone 301J4 11 ....................... [ ~elepnone zzz ., ...... J m*. --.~_ U--k--.--L-- ' Thi" ~rida'" night our threet r,~tbter ounuay umnm gu~t~l___ ._ _ _ . ,aL ~,pnrata ior ~vlrs.[/-It ~,llll[ l~OU~[t~ 5,.., n"~ ~-tres~es n~,ke their bi-lat the P W. Vanasche home weI'el~ll~w,A~ ~n,~ died the Monday eve-[ Camp Roberts Calif., March 26 stage debut in the Arlington ~' ~U"~ Y~L " flY" .?~'~ ". ~. Ul~ . . ~us ]--Army Private Joseph Donaldlttigh School's production, "Too ~ol.nmm at ~.ranI[e, tvlr: ann iLaster l'ro ram " ~..^x~ ~v A~a ~.n.~.~.~. ^..^ e. ,Man.. Relatives" Don't miss iU lurrin unflerwoofl ann IamIly. I )Wd " IVtTIL UI. '=kA.J.U VV llltlllC:~ll -'~-VU.) ,~DU" ff - - . " er formerly Miss[ ~. , ....... [ ~. ~ ~s.o ~..o~.u v..o~ ~..~[Theall motoredto DarringtonlThe Getehell school children - -' atue d wasn. was graouat-a,~,'. ,~.u a,~. .~a,,,, ~uo~ ,.u . Y . ~ . ~ee. is a granddaug.h-!ed from Class '19 of the SixthlJerry Garka were dinner guests!m the afternoon Later m thelheld thew Easter program .and ,!ate D. S. Baker, pro- Ar.~,, ~:.~..~ ~ .... ~.. P...~bo e.~.....1 at the cteve Octiamnau~hs on evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lester[egg hunt on Thursday, Aprii 2, this valley and. ' ........ [ .... a-- ISwanson called Mr and Mrs lunder the direction of their Arlin " ' m 1Yl ceremoniesrlelOnerelvlarcn l~aster ~unu y " ' gton, being e -12.~1~;~ [ ~':" [Swanson left for Jamaica on|teachers, Mrs. Barbara Larson :.ae Citizens .State Bank! .~_.yo~ ................ IOn T V , IMonday morning, ~here they/and Mr Bailey, a tradition [ago. She ~s survlvea . rHvu~ ~.ye~t ~b .t.e ~o~k o~ Mr" :~'nd Mrs Ed A"lesworth[will serve as missionaries. [through many years past. :~oand. Charles Crow- Joseph ~velt, WhO lives at t~ z, . a ~ , / ... brot~,,4.o o ~ ~..~-..,. IArlin~,ton Wash During, the!and family, Mrs. Walker, James Art Baxter is ill in the Arling-/ rne program was opened with Wn~'h='o'~=)~'~'~=,,~lei~ht-%vee~: course the ~oldierland Johnny, and Myrna Royce,|ton hospital. Ithe school.band pm.ylngand me 11 ~B'rown'o'f Vantage:llearned administrative functions all enjoyed an Easter dinner at[ Mr. and Mrs. Jim WhompsonI,en]iafensmgmg'fZst',zn~ an2 :her,R C Sisk of Van-land cooking procedures in the[the A1 GarKas~. ~urlng tne after-]entertained a group of 22 rela-[~'~ s'Z~'~'~'~=~'~"~'~==,~'~: an 'aunt Mrs Bridgetlmess hails and in the field, and noon ~onnny uqxee~.e ann franK|lives from Everett and Seattle on/ ...... ,o,~, ~.,%..u, ~,.,% ~ .... Seattle ' " the sanitary measures taken ITaylor dropped In bringing|Easter Sunday in honor of their[sang f:ast%r raraqe anu were . . .. " friends with them. These .young[~on,~ ~th hirthdnv laressea In tuas~er Jennets, car- l Guest speaker for tne cere-tfell^ws--reduce some ver., enter] .............. ~" [sages and carrying baskets all ,I~ men'" was Ma~or Thomao L - . Z t~ ....... z .. "I Francis Vannoy Kay Thomp-l..~..~.... .~ .... ~ ...,.,.,~n ...~.G ---~,~u I~VlOmgomery, rest roar Aaviser, lnnd ~,~ who,, ~,,~ oh,~,~,,],~n t,~, .......................... ~oaner, and walkin~ back and ~u~ ][}1-1~ ..... ICamp Roberts Calif. The 7th Ar-la~;ea"r'so'ononZthe~,r'~r~trvouts"ldaughters. Helen and Darlene[f*or'~h as they sang. F']rst, 2rid and IIIhIUI-~I~ mored Division band furnished a'-staow for amateur "tal'ent over|went sKating.at Skate.iana Inl3rd grade girls sang "Here Comes hursdav ,Anril 16 atImarch selections and Chaplain KIN~ TV I am sure thev would/Everett on Frmay evening. [Peter Cottontail" As they sang, "' ~ ' 1 " " - ---" - " . hall at 8 o m a very lE mer J. Chain (captain), gavelannreciate anv votes we could] Leroy Smetke left for Cah-/Walter Kukull, dressed as a tab- film "* i)av in|the invocation and benediction l~,i-ve thorn " [fornia on Saturday morning, /bit carrying a basket, passed out ll be shown by the[ o / ........... [where he will enter the U S Air/Easter eggs to all the children ~au "' Mr ann Mrs. ~eorge ~ne~son~Force " " There will also be/ENGAGEMENT /~..a ~.-.m, %-'m P,~ulsbo visitedt [Two pre - school children sang he Soil Conservation],~,,.,,,~,,~.,-, ], ,~, ~*,~ ...... *~ t~e A E ~,, Easter se ces were held on|songs. Ethel Ann Kukull was the a sprinkler irriuationl............ 1:;2 2 I Sunday morning, with a large [program announcer. lYl " ~.. u=, ,~uuu~ ......... ............... of ab r. KeithSark~smn,[ Mr. and Mrs. Nels. H. Rogne of/Easter [attendance out 70. [ Prizes were given for the best ag. teacher at Arling-[Route 4 Arlington announce the| .. " ....... [ Mr and Mrs J D Patch mo-/"dressed-un" e~,~, in each room ~Cl~ool, will assist. ]engagement of their daughter [ lwrs. bteve ucnampaugn gaveltored" to Ferndgle'on'Saturday to|Rose Haaf'and~vas the judge" _' [Ann Marie, to Donald C. Hoff:[a. party ~or her g~a~aug~r[spend the niglat with Mr. andIWinners were Walter Kukuli agto Diane on ner zn(~ y ._ n - Phone 1344 [man, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. N.] ......... .:. IMrs. Lafe Arestad. They returnedland Audra Moreland. Eggs were 9U~ little guests were r~ooerta t.oup , H CLEANERS [Smith Route 4, Arlington. The .......... " via Arlington where they picked[hidden with each ehilds name _ for [wedding will takeplace Apriller; uynaa ann ~lyqe ~-e, garu'[up and brought home their 3',on oneThey held their egg ERT CLEANING [24tl~ Bruce Megara Annie ucnam- , .. -----_-_ / .... ' .......... [grandchildren The childrens[hunt and the first ones back to - -~ . paugn aDo ~Iane s oromer, ,,an- " - ~"~'~~ In,, ]parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Patch,[the teacher with their egg re. ~~~ / ~" . [Jr called "for them on Monday [ceived a prize Winners were pre- ~ Mr and Mrs Walt Pe~erson "' ' " .... ~~! / . ." ..... " ........ / Kay Thompson, Jennie Under-]school--J~mmy iukull; 1st grade celeoratea meir joint DIrmaays e~2)~ [ ........ [wood, and Francis Vannoy vis-l--Arvilla Scott; 2rid grade-=-Bil- at a ulnner party given oy tnelr . ~ ~ | .... [ited in Stanwood on Monday. Ily Kluin; 3rd grade--Paul Pear- daughter ~wrs Albert Patch, in ~~ ~. ~ ~ [ . ] Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Patch have~son; 4th grade--Harriet Hughes; ., Marysville v au h ] ~1~ 1"0 ~l~aK~ v0~r ~r ~1~ ~ [ [recei ed word from t[leir d g -,hth--David Day; 6th -- Don ........... ~ ............. ~ } Myrna: Royce and Don Garka [ter, Mrs. Jacobs, that she arrived[Woods. /..~ j . _ | _ ~ [drove to Enumclaw Sunday to[in Germany on March 9. She re- Both rooms were decorated in Tr~~1~i [Asit Myrna's grandmother. Jer-/ports a very nice trip over. I Easter "fashion "and included ,M~ |1~ ~|1~ ~Rll~h~ ~@l~l ~ ]ry Royce accompanied them on[ ~ [pictures made t)y the children. the return trip ~l. @~/j~// .. ~ [ [CAMP FIRE IMr. Bailey s room displayed pie- ~~~ [ ----- [ The Okiciyanowe Camp Fire[tures of the Getchell school and ~~~ LSiore Opemng. .. r ex [group met at the Bryant Grange|students, dating back as far as " " ~. ~.~ rne new t~icero ~roce y pc- " 1904 :~ Hall Thursday We colored Easter ~ .. :..'.. rienced a gala opening Saturday ..... ~I ] ......... r C D[eggs fr the egg hunt in Arhng'[ Cup cakes, candy and cookms ~~i~ Hwrs. t~art (_,rant ana vl s. . .~. "~ e"n "" " ~~ IHilli-a~sisted Mrs Peterson with]tn our me u g was called to[were served at the close of the ~'_ .. _ :i/t [.,__ ~__,,~ ....... - ............. [order by Violet Bleeck and our /program. /~! [for the fact that there are agreat[secr arY,A ette Larson,(ead Mr. and Mrs..Fred Lindborg [ ~l~~.~,i [number of coffee lovers" here-i.':.~"".~)'~=T ~ .~-.-y. .... ~ "~.-[enjoyed Easter ctinner wire ivtr. [I~~~ labouts The many beautifulIniKe'weemcte~ncers: fresh[and Mrs. Jack Lindborg in ~Ll_lllU~ I w~l~s~:~~ /.. " ............ ]dent Annette Larson; vice-pres-[Marvsville ~:~ [lowers were aumlreu unu en- . ' ~ " k~~~it ~ ~dent Barbara In ham" secre- ~~/ -~" -'v ~" ~? ]Joyed by all who came, [! '-. - g .' ] Mr and Mrs Bill KluIn ac- ~ "~'~" Your car andtruckwill rollover the ~ [ Mr and Mrs. Alvin Woods and[~ary' ~'lorence t, ower; treaSrUrer,[companied Arthur Gregg to Van- h . *"/ " w ' orene Goope ; scrme Ba oa a . . umns more smoothl,," chassis bearin-s will last far ~!} [George and Harold Blacker dre ]~ ..... :" ..... ~couver on Friday evening. Sun- "- ~' s ~ "z 1 h t~renaemunl.Mrs. wanlelmerl lea er .... ~ the names for the pr~ es. Ra p day they whited w~th Mr. and ._ g if you lubricate with RPM Chassis Grease ~! ] ..... i ham R I~rought the treat -- Barbara].. ' ........ "I'-B Do the lob at least every, 1000 miles and ,,ou'll ~ii [HICKS won xst pr zeta , 16,,~,,n .... ~,~~o,lh,~ I N/rs. Jerry tMein at ~nvana. ~Ways have a tough lubricatmg film on bearing sur- ~!~ |AamBeller ~ Sleatstetre 2ndzpriZwe~ral~-~ I Getchell Community Club wi!l aces that will not rupture under road shocks , , g p s e ~ CK ~ an meet on Friday evening April " " ~ [~on by Bart Grant, Nell]el This finemoderngroceryis all0 ' ] RPM Chassis Grease T-B contains special add]- ~i~ [George, Ivar Engstrom, Eldon [wonderful addition to the cam-~ .... ,~ ~ ~,,, n..~.~..,~,.~ tires der the h est Thompson, A1 Garka, Nancy munity and ~s greatly appreciat .L .that help it stick on surfaceaun ard ~ | ............. I1 ~ "l motored to Everett on Sunday to, aoc ~ ralge Toaale bmlm ann ~vtrs leu ks, resist moisture and reduce wear. Ask us ~ l , " " ~_ /have dinner with the Jack Boom. i about RPM Chassis Grease T-B in the special EZ ~ /, ~ " " ' [ers. I Fill pail that makes it easier to loadgrease guns. ~t [[ ~'|O~T f~LI[|TOI~U I'~]~ ~LI[O|~P (~I~|]~I~Ti~T Mr. and Mrs. Art McGrew en-i [I lLl,~kOl ~k~lltJl~k.,ll ~J~" ~lll~lOl~ O~k~lr4~llO| /ertained the, Fred McGrews of] --_ ~~ |l Fourth aria Dunham Arlington on Sunday. I ]1 Arlington, Washington Mr. and Mrs. A1 Westlund andI " /I A Branch of The Mot, her Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, Nicky made a trip to the SummitI qation abou, Standard Oil Company of California products, /I in Boston, Ma sachuetta. ~,- _ on Sunday to spend the day. ! carl your total Standard man ]I SUNDAY SCHOOL ........................................................................... I|: A.M. veThe lalalaMda~ySViclc]3 ts~ho:lss ~V:cr~ |1 SUNDAY SERVICE ........................................................................ U A.M. Y g P Y copras of the Natmnal Geogra I _ _ _ [I Testimonial meeting every Wednesday at S p.m. Reading Room: Church ........... " d mIC tv~agazlne aonatea to mem ~ ~14~'~ _,'I"~-~*~I"~a m~, ~"~ [[ ediflce---Open Monday 2 to 4 p.m. and We nesday 2 to 4 and 6:45 to 7;4~ : .. _ , .. ..... L. %.JI~g:~4::~tI .UU~,~ [I p.m. excepting legal holidays. All are cordially invited to attend the~e t)y Henry Leroux oz tietcnell. ~0'~h '~ta]~h~ta .'I"11 II services, and to make tree use of the Reading Room. Linda Walker, formerly of this ............ ........ ]! Christian Science program from The Mother Church, Boston is broadcast community, underwent a tonsil- II every Saturday 4:45 p.m. on Station KJR, Seattle. ectomy at an Everett hospital ]I last week. ' ~ ........ Sunday guests at the Anthony KUKull imme were Mr. and Mrs. e . . ..... !' Walter Rayner of Seattle. Dick Lindborg In Japan Word has been received from' Dick Lindborg. son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lindborg, that he ar. rived in Japan on March 6. Dick is with the signal corps of the U.' S. Army: Special Easter services were held at the church on Saturday evening and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Audral Moreland called on the C. E. Haalands on Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dockendorf were dinner guests of their son Ed Dockendorf and family in Marysville on Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Willis Hilde and family attended a bridal shower in honor of Rosalie and Edward Seaunier, held at the Clarence Kearn home on Saturday eve- ning. i ) 4-Door Sedan (above) and the "Two-Ten" 2-Do0 16 beautiful models in 3 great new series. car to e and steer with finger-tip ease, familiar feel of the road is still there. Driving is easier--and safer than ever! PEOPLE BUY CHEVRoLETS THAN ANY OTHER CAR! Power Steering/ It's yours'in Chevrolet for 1953 and in no other low-priced car! This wonderful new feature, optional on all models at extra cost, marks the most important advance in driver convenience and safety since the automatic trans, nission, which Chevrolet also introduced into its field. Power Steering makes stearing virtually effortless on all roads and at all speeds. It permits you to park, even in a tight space, with finger-tip ease. It cuts steering effort approximately 80%; reduces driver fatigue; makes driv- ing simpler, safer and more enjoyable than ever before. But come in! See and drive Chevrolet for 1953 with Power Steering and aU its other exclusive advantages! Continuation of standard equlpment and trim as illustrated is dependent on availability of material. PHONE 871 - ARLINGTON, WASH. O Johnnie R. Long Called by Death Johnnie Roderick Long, 16, died Saturday morning at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Long, 113 West Burke Street, Arlington, follow- ing a lingering illnessl He was born here October 3, 1936, and had resided in Arling- ton all his life. In addition to his parents he is survived by three sisters, Mrs. Myrtle Legge and Mrs. Johnnie O'Keefe, both of Seattle, and Miss Joyce Long of Arlington, and his grandpar- ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Long of Seattle and Mrs. Anna Thomp. son of Seattle Services were held at 2 p. m. Tuesday at Moll's Chapel, with the Rev. A. D. Brokaw of Arling- ton Congregational Church offi- ciating. Burial was in Arlington cemetery. O' ~ELL IT---If you have any artlch of furniture not in use, try Times classified ad Save! On Installed Insulation Blown Wool, or Blanket Type ROOfIN6 and SIDIN6 All Work Guaranteed / " NOTHING DOWN low Monthly Payment~ Williamson Bros. Phone 309W2, P,.. 2, Box 316 (l~'arn tIill), Arlington .p AGl% TIIR Just in time for your Spring and Summer sewing needs--a great Springtime Sale of famous brands of fabrics---Stock up at these low prices today/ P[RCALt PR! Nationally known 'ABC" and Fruit.of.the-Loom" | fine percales---Gay floral patterns--Bright stripes | and dots--Dainty infant pSttems---and many, many i more--Color fast and sanforized shrunk--Areal / buy! I 3 YDS. FOR 97c | C0TmN I'1 ~IQ0~. Popular f o r summer I I ............. froclr~, blouses, a n d [ | ny A~U ---Psn.~. mue, skirts ---Yellow, pink., [ [ yellow, and whi~--- navy, and rust. nc~ II "* .... D~M~--~~C--~ ~V---~V- PRINTS II TAFFETA Fully mercerized -- All [ I 46 inche~ wlde---w~. combed yarns--"ABC"s [ [ edble taffeta in whit~ t.p ~de. [ [ a~d patter~ %7 II 722 DRAPERY CLOTH A gz~,~rt fa~ory closeontuInluded are some fc~brics that sold for $2.95--Shorter lengths sold by pc. anly. Yd. FINEWALE PIQUE Colors white, pink., and yellow only --- A real money saverl REG. 69c PRINTED BATISTE Beautiful paterns by "ABC"---Ideal for aprqsls or infant wear. REG. 79: GABARDINE MATERIAL "ABC's" w e 11 known "~l'opa/l" 100% rayon gabardine--42" wide--- crease resistant. REG. $1.29 PILLOW TUBING Snowy white tubing- 128 threod count---22" wide-- REG. 79c " EYELET YARDAGE All - over eyelet f o r d r e s s e s, blouses, or trim--Colors and white ---40" width. VALUES TO $2.50 97~Yd. RAYON SATIN Rich satin in 46" width ---Colors scarlet, navy, maize, blue, and white. REG. 98c i "ABC's" famous "La Vogue" rayon prints--Just the thing for your summer frock---Tub fast colors-- ONLY