Newspaper Archive of
The Arlington Times
Marysville, Washington
Lyft
April 9, 1953     The Arlington Times
PAGE 4     (4 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 4     (4 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
April 9, 1953
 

Newspaper Archive of The Arlington Times produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON', WASHINGTON, THURS., APRIL 9, 1953. ]PAGE FOUR Arlington imes Successor to THE HALLER CITY T/MES yol. LXV. Thursday, April 9, 1953. No. 50 ~ption Price $2.50 Per Year; $3.00 per Year outside Snoho- :lnlLh County. Issued every Thursday. Published at Arlington, ~a~hington, bY THE ARLINGTON PRINTING CO. J. C. CARPENTER-- FRANK MARSH ~L C..CARPENTER . .... . .... Editor & Mgr. :m~tered as 2nd Class matter, in the Post Office at Arlington, Wash- ~n, under the act of March 3, 1879. i DIrORIAL PEACE TALKS The sudden change in the Soviet attitude is cause for relief of the tension which' lids gripped this country for! dome time. It brings a ray of hope to those who have sons or relatives in the prisoner of war camps of the Reds. It .feeds the hope that we may find "peace in our time." Those W)lO know the Oriental, however, point out that the new attitude is all a part of the strategy by :which communism would conquer tile fred world. For our part, we are hopeful that the new attitude, even though tempormT, will result in surcease from war and we would co-operate to the fullest extent to develol: such peace. However, until such time as there is free commerce and communication between the free world and the So- viet controlled countries, :and an agreement on disarm- ament with open inspection of country is permit- ted, we .believe it would be suicidal for the free world to let down its guard or to slacken its defense preparations. ill BURN HILL ! By Stella Parsons Our next community club wii at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Amundson Friday evening, Ayfil 17th, at eight o'clock. This out to their ranch to spend East- er vacation, he returning for them the week-end' of Easter. Mrs. Gray spent some of the time visiting old friends. On Wed- nesday she and Stella Par- sons called on Mrs. Alma Morrow on the Kackman road and in the I ]ISunday callers were Mr. and Mrs. Seattle, and Haakon Myrwang February 21, 1953; parents Ar- low weighed 7~fi ~II'TTA ATA [,Graydon Walen, Miss Lola Clau- and son Stephen were Easter day nold Robert Robb and wife Vio- joins a little b[ ~.~z~vz'x~z-~ [[sen and Oswald Clausen and guests at the Zion Lutheran par-let Irene Robb. Sponsors were Both mother and Mrs Irene vognild, ] Mr corres ondent and Mrs Lane Langsjoen sonage over Easter. They also at- Dorothy Andersen and Louis An- ported doing fine. P ' 'l " " Mrs. O. J. Haukeness observed land daughter JoAnn. tended the Easter services. Miss dersen. Baptized at First Luther- Mjolner Lodge No. h~_ ~.,_~,.~.. ;_ _ ~. ........... , Pastor J H Myrwang ]eft Joyce Brose sang Per beautifully an Church, Lakewood Easter hosts to the Stanwood f~::~[ UIItlIUdV 111 ~t ll(Jtp~)y lllallll(.~, * " Y ' o Monda afternoon and eve Monday by car to attend the Dis- "O Rest in the Lord" at Easter day was Toby Ann, born at Port- lington Sons of Norm ?ng, whe~a large number of la-ltrict Conference of the Lutheran services in Zion Lutheran Church, land, Ore., Dec. 6, 1952. Parents,when they hold their dies from the congregation at|pastors at Portland. Ore. this accompanied by Mrs Olive Rod, are John V Cook and wife Betty stallation of new offit Lakewood and the local mem-[week. He will return by Friday organist. Capacity audiences at- A. Cook. Sponsors were Herbert[vana on Friday evenini bers called. A social time was|evening. Miss Ruth Myrwang, tended the services both at First G. ChristianSen and Ellen M.]Following the installa enjoyed and a no-host lunch was|student at Pacific Lutheran Col- Lutheran Church, Lakewood, and Christiansen. twill be a social time. served. A special feature of the[lege, has b~een home for Easter Zion Lutheran, Silvana.Mr and Mrs George GrimmtCollett Lodge, D. of , buffet table was a beautifully[vaca~on. She returned to the col- Baptized at Zion Lutheran announce the birth of a son on|the refreshments decorateo cake mane Dy ivirs, rage Lvionaay morning. Church on Easter Sunday was April 7th at the Virginia Mason All members are ! ~yrl.ie ,~ensaa_ .wn~ cn wasI L L_arry Lunden and family of Dennis Arnold, born at Everett, Hospital in Seattle. The little fel. lpresent. purseu o}'sil"ver was';resen'~h toI' --" ~ e-='-~--= ~~~ ..... the honored guest. In the eve-" ning, the choir members called ~]F:~["~|~--I Tff~F:::~T and enjoyed a taste of the birth- ~ vv m.._~n~n UUU~L_/-"%U (~ay repast. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carston Larsen on Easter were Mr. and Mrs. Otto Mickelsen and two children of Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. John Mickelsen entertained Mr. and Mrs. Dalseg and family of Seattle at dinner on Easter Sunday. The Salem Lutheran Ladies' Aid met in Memorial hall last Wednesday afternoon, with a large number of members and Try these delicious Swedish Breads CINNAMON BREAD ............ 29c RAISIN RYE ................... 25c CARDAMON ................... 30c ORANGE RYE ......... : ........ 22c CARDAMON .................... 25c visitors present. The following program was presented: Recita- tion by Mrs. Dorthea Satrum; vo- Centennial's Silk Si#ect cal solo, Mrs. Olive Rod, accom- panied on the piano by Mrs. I0 Lb. Sack ....... I Marguerite Staswick; reading, Mrs. Elsie Pryor, and two violin solos by Mrs. Marguerite Stas-]25 Lb. Sack ....... 2.09 wick, accompanied on the piano l by Mrs. Olive Rod. A short bus-[ iness meeting was held. Springl~ ~ | flowers were .Bed in beautiful-. . . arrangements on the tables and]~ " " * throughout the dining room. A~'- lunch was served by Mesdames Hannah Knutsen and .Myrtle Quality Smoked Pure Pork Langsjoe~n. A spring plant sale was held\with Mesdames Gordon Reese and Joe Pedersen in charge. The Zion Lutheran Ladies' Aid will hold their annual Spring Sale and Birthday Party on Sat- urday evening, April 25th, in the Social Hall. All are invited. Another June Savings A Breakfast Treat the end of the fiscal year so is "time for election of 6fficers; also ~ment chairman, and en- ~'tainment committee. There be an open discussion of the ~m~aing year's program; ideas .~d suggestions on improving ~he entertainment and activities ~[ the club will be appreciated. ~[~aldie Johnson has offered to ~d out all she can about locR1 Civil Defense work and report on "ways that clubs might help. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Damaske ~pent an enjoyable Easter with ~ld.time friends and relatives at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Harris of Everett. This group of ~h~iends used to meet together ev- every Easter. The custom, this :year, was revived and the num- ]h~er gathered was twenty-six. The neighborhood is glad :to .]hear that Mrs. Southermark is ; holding her own and slightly im- ~Imaved. A new treatment is be- ing tried at the General hospital in Sedro-Woolley. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kyle of Portland and Mrs. Austin @f Seattle were guests of the Ben jenkins. Mrs. Kyle is Mrs. Jen- kins' mother, and Mrs. Austin is her aunt. The following Monday :Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins drove to l~rtland, visiting her mother. Mrs. Amelia Zaretzke has re- I m We cordially invite you to be o guests nesday night, April 15th, at the Everett Movie, 3 miles south of downtown Everett. Free passes given out Friday, so come and take the whole family out to a'night movies. Gates open at 6:45, show starts at 7 EVERETT MOTOR MOVIE RECEIVED AN FOR THE BESTMOTOR MOVIE IN THE Ends and Piec$ Tender Skinless For a Tasty Quick Meal Great for Try it once--use it afternoon all three visited Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Knutsen Leo O'Connor in Arlington. entertained at dinner on Easter Thursday she and Bobby snent Sunday, following services in the POUND POUND POUND POUND .... " ..... ". Y,., Zion Lutheran Church. Their at me home oz ~ne donn Lutms. guests were Mr and Mrs L M.I They were joined for the even- Andersen, Mrs." Minnie "Ol'sen,I .... ing meal by Miss Etta Lang of Miss Clara Knutsen, Mr. and~ ~rr['~ June Rose ~'~- Royal Chef G~ No. 2 Everett, Stella Parsons, Sandra Mr2anBil.laMa2f~eaa~de di~iUrg~toeurl~ ~TT~[" Free Balloon ........................................ lb. "i~~.~ ~LL|~ Diced ............................................ g~ Cans and Lois Brentnell and baby ' ; " Knutsen, Mrs. Bill Knutsen and[- David. ' son, Mike. Additional afternoon AII~WCCT ~'~-Lb. "'A~ ~:A~ Reliance 1 .o,. The Gust Zaretzkes received a guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ralphl~ M~lhO|[L[-] Margarine ..................... ::... ~ Pkgs.~:~ |L~O Tiny 2-Sieve .................. l_~U~ Y2 uleasant surprise last Friday, Knutsen and family of Arling-I~ when Mrs. Gust Denke and son ton. [~ ~[~[~[~ Velveeta G~-Lb. O_~ N|| 67}-O~. Gordon and her two brothers, S/Sgt. and Mrs. Dick Bergesenl~ ~,~[" or Pabst-ett ............................... ~x ~' OLIVE ~]L Pompeiian .......................... ~ Bottle Herman and Otto Gust were tray- and two daughters of .MosesI -. cling from Ceylon Canada to Lake have been enjoying al~ ~|.m |n~ ~m,,,,~man~ ~,no "" U||V June Rose ~]~ v 'w eat visit at the home of Mr and .... Vancou er, B. C., by ay of S - C tle, they noticed the name 'Gust Mrs. Nels Walen fdr two weeks.[~ ~ALAU UnLit[N0 Rose ................................ Qt, 45 |||]L~ Powdered ................ 4 LBS. $1.29 /-~ Lhs, Zaretzke' "on a mailbox They Week-end guests of the Walens[~ stopped and found that Gu'stwa~s were their son Robert and hisl~ ~I(~VIT ||IV A Kt-Oz, ,~_ QIITT D DARIGOLD... LB. 77c from the family of Zaretzkestwife and baby of Yfllm. onlO DI~I/ MIA Fisher's ........................ L~:~ uum|n.nu Springbrook ...................................... Lb. they had l~nown years ago m]F~,o~ ~o~,~,~;~ ]~ ...... ' North Dakota. Mrs. Phillip Wid-/ ................ I~'nwnie~rau " Park Lane -'~-Lb .., ,~,r, ~.~.~ Large Grade A, ]r hood Arnt O Quall pastor meyer, it seems, was a g'l [ , I'-HII'-gI-N Wh " '~- " | o~ , q~ VIIIUIIL-II ole ~.fl Ga.n .1. friend of Mrs. Dehnkes. Mrs.! Church School, 9:45 a.m. Mrs.[ ~. . ................................... L-UUO Strictly Fresh .................................... Doz. Dehnke and her folks had left I Dale Price, supt. [~ ............. North Dakota thirty-eight years Public worship 11 a.m. Sub-Ira, ~[]~]'~|~J~. ).Lb. 77~]~ |~ ~D[:A~ Darigold LL " ago for Ceylon. After visiting a ject. Facing the Future Fear-[~ ~IIUII/IL.IIlIIU Humko .......................... O Can IUL. UliL.MI I Pt 30c ............................ Qt. short while with the Zaretzkes lessly." 1~ that day and calling on Mrs. Choir practice Wednesday!~ Widmeyer they made plans for a 7:30. Bible study and prayer i~ ~ ~ real visit on their return home to Thursday evening. [~ Bor n, Northern Northern w t We ...... v.,,,,. Ceylon. All ho a tendedEaster Sun- v rs day are cordially invitednext'~ _aster Sunda, Mr. and M .... ~ BATHR001~ Gilbert Makus and children ~unaay. , spent at Lake Stevens among a t~ c~perated from her recent illness, reunion gathering of their rel- $ilv~aa and Lakewo~I Parish Packed in a diapenaer ~['uesday she accompanied her atives. There was a full house as The Lutheran Free Church box. daughter, Mrs. Ella Amundson, about thirty were present. In the O. J. Haukeness, pastor Nothing like teen soap. All varieties. and Joyce to Everett. Saturday evening a friend, Vern Brown, Silvana: always. lhe John Amundsonh went to from Alaska, showed colored Saturday, April 11th: Confirm- lake City to see Lloyd and Iam- movies of Alaska which were ation class 10 a.m. ' Giant ily for the afternoon and even- very interesting. Sunday, April 12th: Sunday 80 Count hag. Easter Sunday they spent at An Easter family gathering School and Bible class 10 a.m. Pkg ...... Pkg ...... Rolls Fortson with Irene and family, was enjoyed by the Parson's Divine worship 11 a.m. The mumps and the flu have family. Stella's sister, Mrs. Lakewood: come and gone at the Bob San- Myrtle Ambrose of Upper Prest- Saturaay, April llth: Con- m, ' ~c~ant'shouse. Mr. Sancrantwent on, washostesstothe reunion, firmationclassl:30p.m. ~ , dune Rose CRACKERS Lb. back to work Wednesday after After attending Easter services Sunday, April 12th: Sunday , VANILLA Imitation .................................. ~j Battle Sunshine ...................................... Box having had the m~mps with the in Preston, dinner was served to School 10 a.m. Luther League 8 ~ -. ~hildren. The new baby has twenty-one relatives. A novel p.m. Mm. Russell Sarsten and~ doubled her birth weight already form of entertainment was the 0 Instant MARSHMALLOWS Mrs. Clarence Nelson will serve. SANKA and feeling fine. recording of the dinner conver- -------- ..................... ~dJar ~fl~.~C"Oz" Colored" ................ Pkg.lG'Oz" Mrs. Tom Almli's neighbors sation unbeknown to anyone but Silvana.Lakewo~d I~ ~1~. DAD' Superior ~')-Lh. and family enjoyed calling on one young man to whom the re- Lutheran Parish iv "~'flfl~ Pass and ~ 8-Oz. ~'~ her last Monday, to help cele- corder belonged. After the meal J. n. ~rwang, pastor iO P.AI' lnu U IIO " Brand ........................................ /-~ Pkg. brate her birthday. In the after- he played it back causing much Zion I:utheran, Sitvana: TO u~| /~u Boots .................................. e.j)Cans/--~.~ noon her daughter, Evelyn Major merriment. No one suspected the Saturdays -- 9:30 a.m., Con-' PflUDIMATIflM 1 Grc~efruit Flakes and children, Gladys Almli and afternoon's conversations were firmants meet. ~|~ Ladies' Blue IC UUI~IUlIIMIIUI1 1 Corn Fetti .................... BOTH Ronny, Berge Drivstuen and recorded also; during the even. Sunday, April 12 -- 9:45 daughter Polly and Polly's friend, ing these were played back. Sunday School. ~LU|L~J or Green Checked .......................... Pahr Clarice Pearson, Lois Brentnell Later on this same fellow, a.son rll-~t l~U[II~l'~n ~k~flur~n, Northern Brand and baby and Ste/la Parsons. of the hostess, showed shdes Lakewood" -- P_ADMII Time to polish t0 Evening callers were Ed Almli !taken on his trip to the east coast j H Mvrwana nastor Walt Almli and family, Oscar a year ago. "Saturdavs~]"O~ n m C,n~i~m [~, U~]]||~ the old jalopy .................................... Can %" Almliand family, Mr. and Mrs.i Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. ants meet: "-- ~ ................ "1 ~ l~ay l~m:nam anti ~11 anti1vlrs Alm r '" Bin "Tom li, M. and Mrs. Ed Sunday, April 12---10 a.m., Sun-I~ An:lmWAY Liquid Polish l"a~_ Gust Zaretzke and boys. !. go A!mli and son Ronny, Mrs. J. L. day School. 11 a.m., Worship __ MLllU||jpiA % gal. 1.19 ...................................... QLb~,.~.~ was played an~ prizes won,men Gray and grandson Bobby, and Services. . ~ '~he birthday glf~ ooened by ~ne Mrs. Marion Harmon of Everett The pastor attends Districtl A hostt~., and relresnment~ ~l,,'~vere dinner guests of the Par- Pastoral Conference at Portland,[ ~ ~fl~ ~fl~ Friskie ~.I.~ ]~[]~ ~yea. sons. The centerpiece featured Ore., this week. He will return 0 Mr. J. L. Gray brought his wife an Easter egg family designed by Friday evening. ] UUU /qJUU Meal or Cubes .................. ~.) Sk. q~PO and grandson, Bobble VanMeer, and made by Mrs. Gray and San- [ Our Savior's Lutheran Church ] ~ ~ I Burke & Newberry [ . TM Edwin Sandvig, pastor Fresh Californfa RADISHES - Sunday School at 9:45 a.m.] ~ ]Worship service at 11 a.m.; ser- ...... n Imon text! Hebrews 8:10-12. or l~O'l:ki~k~. _ ! Quarterly congregational meet- -~- ~-~'~ol"%'K~l ing on Thursday, April 16th, at GREEN ONIONS ~I)~.-~J~ : p.m. Soft As Old Silk Count Box Fancy Large Sunkist Sweet Juicy W .H. FOWLER 0 dra. The father was a goose egg respledent in top hat, white hair and goatee. A duck egg was the mother wearing the latest Easter bonnet, while their baby was a bantie egg clothed in baby ap- parel. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Carlson of Arlington Heights spent Easter Sunday with the J. W. Johnsons.: Because of illness Goldie askedI Stella Parsons to write the news: this week in her turn. We hope she recovers quickly. The Estle Sundquists went mushrooming the other day the vicinity of Bryant. I!~en though it was nearing the end of the season they found quite a lot. Mrs. Sundquist's son Lewie who has been working at Bur- lington, has come home to live. BUNCHES 5 TM 39 Mesh Berg O Prices effective at Arlington April 10 and 11, 1953~-Every item unconditionally guaranteed. No sales to dealers. We Othe right to limit. T dOOOOOOO00000000 OOOOOOOOOOOOO0,OOOOOO0