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PAGE FOUR THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURS., APRIL 16, 1953. r[itt Iotl imPt Charles Donahue Suocessor to Passes Suddenly THE HALLER CITY TIMES Chas Donahue, 73. of 604 Third Col LXV. Thursday, April 16, 1953. No. 51 street, Arlington, died suddenly ~ription Price $2.50 Per Year; $3.00 per Year outside Snoho-Wednesday morning, while at ~lsh County. Issued every Thursday: Published : at Arlington, me nome ne was ouilding at 100 W~hlngton, by * , .Ash street Marysville. THE ARLINGTON PRINTING CO, ~ [ Mr Donahue was born nt ('or J C CARPENTER--FRANK MARS 7 ..... C. CAR"E ='"" ........ g_/mca ~'a Jan 20 1888 He nao 1 ~' NT~;r~ ........ . ~:OltOr ~ m ~.~ ...... ~ed as 2nd Class matter, in the Post Office at Arlington, Wash-I resided in Arlington since 1907 lily.n, under the act of March 3, 1879. " |He is survived by his widow, --"---'--- "--- ----~ ~ --'- --- ---- Corn, at home; one son, Albert, of Marysville; three daughters r~ 7. fry f~. ][~ 7" /I ,7" Mrs. Mary Shannon, Mrs. Agnes ~ I 1. ~ I ~ .L ~ l.J Orton, Arlington, and Mrs Kath- erine Goll, Everett; two sisters, Mrs. Jessie Van Gordon, Court- Eli=RING CLEAN-UP land, N Y., Mrs. Beulah Heaven. Tile voung folks at the Arlington ltigh School are taking th'e lead in Arlington's spring Clean-up. They have interviewed Mayor Murphy and the nlembers of the City Council, and hak'e had Apl-il 21 and 22 set aside as clean-up days. Arlington, through its regular garbage pickup ser- vice, its sanitary fill garbage dump, maintains, on the whole, a fairly neat and clean appearance. However, in the spring cleanup around home premises, rearranging of flower beds; rebuilding of fences, and buildings, "cleaning out of brambles, etc., there is sure to be extra litter. The young folks also point out that "good house- keeping" is good fire protection. They advocate clean- ing out the attic and storage closets of unwanted items. Let's all join the clean-up. Place everything in boxes or sacks and put it wh re it will be handy for the pickup tracks. South of Third street the pickup will be on Tuesday, the 21st, north of Third on Wednesday. [I booth. T A~7~l/17g'~/'3 [i Mesdames Lloyd Clark Louis ,l_~t~'~Zkl~ wv L/k/lJ !q ' I., tuller. Wflham , Hasko and Mrs_Hflde:forr. [iMark Dunn attended the spring r'none z~ !iPT A. convention at Monroe on Mr. and Mrs. James Thompson Friday, April 10. They report a returned home from CaliforniaIvery interesting meeting. last week, after spending theI Sulphur and molasses was wlmer mere. I the tonic grandma used in her Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wallace lday--but--the Lakewood P.T.A. and children, Mr. and Mrs. Wal- I know the comedy "Comin' Round ter Eriekson and Mrs. Amelia[tl)e Mountain," will be the best Hasko were guests at the Wil-lspring tonic you can get and liam Hasko home on Sunday, the]will leave a much better taste in occasion being Mr. Hasko s your mouth. Remember it is 8:15 oirthday. [p.m Friday, April 24, at the On Sunday afternoon a num-iLakewood gym. her of relat{ves from LakeWoodi Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bjorn of gathered at the Vernon Bjerka-Lakewood, and Mr. and Mrs. key home in Arlington to help Donald Bjorn and children of Mrs. Bjerkaker celebrate her East Everett were Easter Sunday birthday. Gifts were presented dinner guests of Mrs. Donald her, after which she served a de-Bjorn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. licious lunch. ;Frank La Bole of Edmonds. at the home of Mrs. Viggo Mrs. Jennie Thompson. Co-hostesses were JLes Baunsgard, Mrs. Archie Metcalf and Mrs. lson and Mrs. Howard Swalling. l ealled on Mrs. Dad's Night [Monday to help her It was Dad s Night Wednesday,I birthday. April 8, at Lakewood P.T.A., with Mr .and Mrs. Rudy a very large crowd attending. President, Mrs. Mark Dunn, opened the meeting by pledging the flag, singing "America the Beautiful" and repeating the Lord's Prayer. Two door prizes were given. Mr. Carl Anderson's accordion band from Marysville, played several numbers, also several solos The dads, dressed in costume, gave a dialogue Dar- rington "characters" gave a short skit of their play "Comin' Round the Mountain," coming to Lake- wood April 24. The men served a nice lunch The next P.T.A. meeting will be May 13. family and the family, all of visitors at the home on Sunday On April 7, Mrs. and Mrs. Otto Bjor: Mt. Vernon to atten party for their niece, Mason. ofM~. awnd Mrs. Cla, vn ood visited and Mrs. Willis urday night Mrs. Otto Bjorn Tate called at the home on Monday Visitors at the Murraysville, Pa.; five grand-I ~,h~ eand .... mmittee for the Mr. and Mrs. Bert Faulconer ofI Mr. and Mrs. John McManus ing home on children and three great grand-IA~r~"~ 24 ~ntertainment would Mission Beach and Mr. and Mrs.]motored to~ Portland to attend Melvin Fingarson children Private funeral services]~ t,, have all PTA members Vernon Sco~t of Everett were]the wedding of their grand- chard and Lester ill be held Friday morning {~,.,,,~ ........d,,for their Sunaay afternoon callers at theldaughter, Lou Anne Hunt, to Naselle, Wash Burial will .................. z , be m Arlington cem .... ~Bert Scott s. Kenneth Rasmuson of Tacoma on The Fidelity G: etery, i Use Times clasmtmd ads --] Fldehty Grange Ladies Club April 4. The newlyweds will " .... ' " " held on Sunday wa o I busy, ~ffective salesmen. Iwas entertained on Wednesday[make their home in Portland eess, serving about O000000000000000000QOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOIPO0000000000001 0 Plants DELPHINIUMS, 4 colors ........ PRIMULA - PRIMROSES, mixed ...... PANSIES, 10 varieties . ......... doZ. SWEET WILLIAMS, mixed colors .... CARNATIONS, 5 colors .............. SHASTA DAISIES, giant double, PAINTED DAISIES, single, double, mixed ........................ CHRYSANTHEMUMS, 10 varieties . AUBRETIA .................. ARMERIA ......................... ' PIC"I WEET LITTLE STANDBY SOUR BELLIS DAISIES ............ No. 303 No. 2 ] SHOPPING []Spring Arrangements PEAS ...... 17c CHERRIES , . . . co. 25c MYOSOTIS (Forget-Me-Nots) .. [ w.. I[At Garden Club HUNTS SOLID PACK STANDBY GOLDEN or WHITE GAILARDIA ........................ TOMATOES . . . 17 HOMINY ..... Ca. 13c VIOLAS, 4 varieties ....... ; ..... doz, " By now you have seen the sign[ The Arlington Garden Club ~ " No. 300 No. 303 above the red potatoes in Safe-]met in the basement of the Lu- A ALYSSUM, hardy--Basket-o -Gold .... way Grocery Store, color a dd.ed.[ theran Church on Monday, April ~ LIBBY'S BAKER'S PP, J~MIUM Were you curious enough to ask113, at 1:30 p.m. The meeting was ~ No 303 -Oz. SAUERKRAUT . Ca 13e CHOCOLATE . . . 8 39C HELIA HEMUM .................. as I did? The manager of the de-I opened with the reading of the ~ LUPINES ........................... partment assured me it meant I poemS,tation on"BeaUtYoregonin GrapeCmmn]'or ~Hu~n!~ ! w~C!tn~~'n\ -- I I/-- '*U _ -. SNOW IN MOUNTAINS ........ in a harmless vegetable.dyeI by Mrs. Terjeson. [~ to make them more appealingI Nom~nOature hv M~ Phmh~ ~ Nalley's Famous ............................ ..,. mentsit xma.n naiure nan mienae.a, he]Pearson featured a short disser-l~ Garden Seg told me the same method ~s usea[ the [ ~ | on yams and on some Floriaa]Mahonia This is an evergreen]~ Oz a ruit and oran es I'd like " per , g e ,: .~_ I shrub, xs very hardy and has yel-i~ to see wnat they coma co w~In al low flowers which turn to bey-l pie cabbage Anyway I do~Ilries in tho summer " hat ..................... ~~~._.~ ~...._ _~-- ~ ~ Large ~~ f~e] so badly now that I buy t l~ealthv look in a drugstore II was ~~~_. ~ 1/-cma ~ -! ~'-"< ......... erlthewordMahonia, andfound["'S ! __ TURKEYh:41 ,;~,.~[PPea in t MansIlela s yes " thief h t Thei'~ly-- (O'.~..nget..rh]l- sOmealtin~,prescriptbrowsed]" "ions ...... mlnutes'~ ..... ......... of the~ ......... last ~ ~'meeting" were] [ EE IT i0 BUI S [Swa'sns Bn ~_'~ .~Y._~"~'~2"::=~,,"/~=:% t.-, p,,,k[read and the treasurer's report]~ ] on dis "~'~ ~;"=" :~at the hundreds of Kems - l-- ~]av Mr Go~r~.e Warren was inl Mrs. Lamp gave a brief reportl ~Eherr-'2**'""'"'~th.w.= ... ~is three week 01dlof the progress .... on the park. Thel~ ~t coyote This one was one oflhedge ~s to be flmshed m thel~ a lr--itte--r of-seven that Mr. Warren] fall as the planting of it will he:] dug out of the ground, east of[cesmtate the moving oI some OIl~ Royol Chef Minced the mountains She had big videl the daffodils which are in bloom] ~ I ROYAL CHEF CUT . ~'~ " ' ...... ! i ~l ..... i ~1~i open eyes, a pointed nose andlnow. As the daffodil~ fade, the[,,~] BEETS '10c CLAMNECTAR 10c [ CLAMS 7 very sharp teeth, but if she miss- committee plans to plant some[ the wilds you would never petunias in among the daffodils[~ [ OLD YANKEE RIO MARASCHINO i -Oz. I pOR o, CH - "" "20"uelOC i kmow. She was as happy and and al~so plant some other an-IV ERRIES ~.; e~mtented as any domestic ani-[nuals On the ends of the plo~]~ K & BEANS. 16"~ 10C ~mal. She has become the War-jTne summer care oI me pa I~ r~.ra~w~T ~2n children s pet and howls on-]was discussed, and it was deeid-[~ .... h-n left to herself. Didn't Iied to leave rill of the details to[~ [ a u,nES . . . ~ 10c GRI EN OLIVES . 2":ule 10c I Swiftning ~d'you find some interesting]the park cOmmittee" 1~ I DYANSI-IINESHOE . " KI~LOG~'S--P~G. I9c [ SHORTEN]NG 3.Lb7! things_~.__o____.___in the drugstore. [concerningl A letter WaSa flowerread t?snowthe club[~ro veil [ POLISH .... 10e SUGAR POPS.. Package 10c [ . BAKERS CLUB [held in Bellingham from April[~ On April ,llth, The Busy Ba,. urged to go if possible. I~l~ ' " Reg. 19 keys" and 'The Hilltop Group [ The nominating committee]~SAUCE .... ca. 10c ,PIE CRUST . . 10c held a joint meeting a~ the bH-[eonsisting of Mrs. Cahoon, Mrs.]l O~ident in Pa~ttern Sack~--25 Lb. Sack $2.25 vana School, Donna. Madsen,,[Gallagher, and Mrs. Veilleux,l~ )~ I Presidentf Ttle::BusyBakers"lwere asked t haven reprt[" ISH~ I'~,'MI::N FLOUR 50 4 .auoted the meetingI ready for the next meeting Mrs,-- ' F "n,e oint program, which wii!l m talked b, iefly about *h l= ) be given by both the girls ann ~eeas ior Asia program wmcnI~ Sk. boys 4-H club of Silvana, was is being carried on by the state[A di~ussed. Different ideas were]garden clubs, .after which tl}e{W We won't tell you that the season opens on the 19th. --- But we do ested, for.the program. ~o cmo voIed io g~ve two aonars tOl tt, linite date has been set for thin fund. . [~ want to tell you we have all the good things to eat, that you'll want-- Begmore--Pet's Choice . many : D F00 "The Hilltop Group" decided[extra plants ann wouio giamy[~ Even sardines and salmon. ~t-tohaVe thbireake-and coffee]give them to members if they]~ LA~D [ [ 16Oz until later eome out to her garden on Thurs [ . I Martha Gruwell and ArleneId~y?~F~dtahYeth~ewne:oknany t'melo l Nysether were appointea to De ...... tatives of the 4 H Girls The date for the Arlington ~':l'L~" . "" s " I Flower Show was set for Septem- ~ ~ James Henry 2 Pure Nalley's Lumberjack " " .I the council meeung . for the 0 SYRUP 2I, ........ I bey 12 and 13. The Flower Show For the n,ext meeung, ~.mlCommittee' consisting of' Mrs.l~ ers are to uring 15aK- BUSy Bak . - [MeCullough Mrs. Shea, Mrs. Eli-[~ Powder Biscuits to De " " I I 4-lb. pail . . 69c . I /my ........... .^~ ~rou,w]ason, Mrs. wrage, Mrs. Lamp and[~ juagea, ann sn%p, ....~' ~ ~" !Mrs. Kellogg were to handle all[~v [ SMOKED SHOULDER [ [ to brm mutnnSuw,, i Pi~i~S ... s L ]9 ]8-1kpail, . 1.35___J ~are " g ~ [other details, including the place.[ After the meeting.eWaS au-] The program afternoonl~ 0 :~urned, Martha Gr gave at found Mrs. Jess Cohoon demon-[~ I demonstration on how to makelstrating how to arrange spring/~ June Rose Orange Pekoe & Pekoe muffins, and Delores BrekhuS[flowers. She stressed study, prae-I~ i ARMOUR'S ENDS AND PIECES [R BLACK TEA s Pkg.Pkg' gave a demonstration on now to tice and patience in order tol~ makebakingpwaerbiscuiIs" Ilearn flwer arranging" Clr']"I BACO~ i9 [~l~ia " e ~ ak*o powder :*oous t. __ ,.,,,, mad muffins, which the twolcontainer are very important in[~ 16-Oz. Pkg, groups brought, were judged. I any arrangement.these makingShe demOn-sixar-I 'l~ ROLLED BREAKFAST A delicious lunch was served}~strated by [ ARMOUR'S [ ~'~[-~'~J[; Martha Gruwello and Delores/rangements featuring primroses,[.[ SAUS! ~[ E'. [8 1~ ~ "~ ~e~US. /daffodils, cherry branches, peach[~ LBi This Week's Jackpot Wilmei" Iblossoms and many other spring]~ ] 1 Pound ,,,,,[flowers which are available at[~, |this time of the year. I~" i ARMOUR'S-- PIECE [ ~~ 0fie/ HAZEL {I[fiDSJO / Refreshmehts were served bY]" ~]' ![ Mrs" A.. [s ,LBI " ILU j IklIIllI [the committee for the day in-j~ ~. Route 3, Arlington ~~ [eluding Mrs. E. Oman, T,] | Fish and Mrs. L. Munizza. 1 ] n~ww / ~ _ ]e _ _ ___L ___ Fresh Produce r mpsT., r, IPvt. Merrdl H. Cox / " ' Toilet Soap . g~-~ Home on Furlough Dr~k~r-IDID'~'I[~ .... Lc~ge, k, o lc Best for Washing Large ""-- FI~SH---SPRING j Pvt E2 Merrill A. Cox, son of -- GREEN ONIONS .... _ , . t k/Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Cox, R. 4, Ar-/V " " LUX or RINS0 ....... Pkg. ~'~(.~ our Dranct new s. oc [lington, arrived in Seattle by[O T'g~D~, YOUNG' -~ ~^- .... l- ~_venos/plane Saturday morning for alma SILVER POLISH ......... m e ua ,]twelve-day furlough. Merrill has[~ glllllE IMD farm ~resn--Large A CABBAGE ..... . . ,o d ..1 ..... _,~ ~.,.= ~. _.., .^]completed advanced infantry[ u~v~upw ~ ~..tu ~uxm~tu,training at Camp Roberts, Calif.[~~' ~lJllX'l~ll .... BotUe '~C ~ ~ u.s. ~o. ~ OP,~GON - _ .:_ . He has orders to report April 22] Of all kind..- to Camp Stoneman, Calif, a re-'-- POTATOES . . . .... embarkation center for overseas shipment. . SUNKIST -- GOOD SIZED " ' leasy terms and trades. Camp Roberts is the largest ORANGES , .... ~..) a~'BLb" training camp west Of the Mis- sissippi and has the world's Juicy PINKS " largest parade ground, it being ' GRAPEFRUIT 1 ~ miles long and % miles wide. HENRY MURRAY Merrill Cox, usually called * * "Tex," was employed at Safe- GOLh~ ARLINGTON r( II I I r I I II I II II I I II fO~ way store here for two years be- fore going into the service. Prices effective at Arlington on April 17 and 18,1953.--Every item unconditionally guat~ntsed. BANANAS ....... Lb. e Use~ ~n~es" ~ I No sales to dealers. We reserve the right to limit. c,ass,f e.- O0000000O0000000000 i effeetlve salesmen.