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Stensen WHITE HORSE Christian Science ] Bryant-Grandview ' Mrs. M. Fleming, corr. I P'_loneer, Lecture Here ' I Helen Sill, co~ P I" L h- n__,c WEDDING Tuesday, April 30httle League M UU tLM The Methodist church of Dar. d" ary Stensen, 87 Silvana, rington was the scene of the The present availability of di-[o Seventeen boys turned out vino boln nnd homing will be[ Ior Little League baturaay. An- led Saturday in 'Josephine wedding of Miss Delaine F. l~ro~w~-t-~u~-i-n-a--fre-e-~ubl..ic-lec:[other turnout day is scheduled Sunset Home Stanwood, where Skeers of R 3, Arlington and .... :--. .,- for Saturday, April 20 at 10 a she had resided the last six Mr. Rodney" Peterson of Dar- tire on Chrlstxan Scxence to be[ . . m at the bail field Any ooys dehvered in Arhngton Tuesday]~ "to -~ "- r w 1 %dal,mnths" NomvayBrn MarChMrs.26, Stensen1876 in ringtOnApril 6. on Saturday evening evening on April 30, by Otto G. [ ~_._ l.z ..years. om a e e come; Came to the Sil~;ana communityThe Rev Rollin Stierwalt ~io~onhnp'on of Chiea~n I tne lnimia is oelng coverea -'=~-"~7~-'" .-- -- .~-'.l with dirt and will soon be in ln91L8 tSheanWa~haum~mbersi~! pt~rf~m;dtethef c~irem:2X do:~vlr. ~iegennagen, wno is on l ~,a~A ,~o,, ..... a,t,,,,, o u tour as a member of the Chris- [ b----~ v-~.~-,,s ............ h~s~aa~dji~n~U~VeddabYhthre: Finis Skeers of R. 3: Arlington tian Science Board of Lecture-I ------ ~Irs ........ s ...' and the son of Mr and Mrs. ship, will speak in the ground-[,,Mr, and Mrs. George Fulls: aid" ~aE~]lCaKrSa~:rIb~vlnaroY~V~lule Glen Peterson of 'Darrington.floor audtorium, Lincoln grade] ~mrence, t,eroy an~aie spent burn; ~o sons In~vard of Se" Marie Anderson played the school, 3rd and North French[ ~aturflay at the e~a e]emmg Street, under the auspices of[ home near Sultan They al! ...... , -e, . .7,nuptial music on the church First Church of Christ, Scien-l neiped build an attractive ooara ~aed~ld~einV, i.: ?~re~eUVang~ea~U" ~rgra~athGivethm bm(~rrmgeebytist at8 p. m., D.S.T. His sub-[ ~.nce for the Flemings. ~r:undCohil2[e~veattne_P~vh:Wistyd ballerina length gown of chan- ject will be "Christian Science| ~lremens AUXiJiary meets on Reveals God as A Very Present [ Wednesday night, April 24, and several nieces and n~nhew~ I tily type lace over taffeta with Helu " [ at: 8 p. m. at the Fire Hall. n Norw three quarter length sleeves --'~" ......... r I Shirley Traulsen and Gertie 1~ ay. . ..[ and scoop neckline, her own A ~:nrisuan ~clence ~eacne I .... nerai services were at Z l .... t~,~ ~, .....~,~ o sara,, ........ ie-enha ~mxtn will be hostesses .... =:-" He ] Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kachman P~a. Tuesday in Zion Lutheran [ o}~w~;;e carna~ons~and ~ink anti pracunoner, lv, r L g - " gen is a nanve oi :nicago. . "-hUtch Silvana, with Pastor ~ ..... d [ entertained their family at tur- Claude'Milla officia'in " ]roses Her shoulder length veil was an actor on me stage an I ; ...... ge ~ g. uur- ~ " . tal Was in Zion Lutheran Cem [was fastened with a crown oI .,~,^ ,t ,,,,~ t~,~o o,~ also I Key runner on ~:as~er ~unoay "~'~'-~% Y? ...... ~' ""~-raz- I Present were" Mr and Mrs Cte - . seed pearls . . ~aCK ~'rvor, ~amy anti ~:nar- . ry, SHvana under the dl- [ " " "~ " " "" " was mugnt piatzorm ar~ an~ llte "Y I- -- ~ ~," -, " , -~. " ruction ~,f q-le~'o,,,,o ~_,,,,a ..... I Miss ~aroJyn r~ayter interpretatmn. In 1942 he with- [ l .... ~--.~+ ~+ ..... ,~ ~,. ,,,a ~h~apel, Stanwood. Pallbearers l ma,d. of honor for her frmnd, drew ......... from these actiwtmice of ,|''w, rs Lloyd'" ~ Kochman Jr " and W~r ^.. o ....T.,.. n.~., I wearing a gown OI sky blue emer the iUll-tlme pratt | Crai " ' " .~ e Gord .................. , ..... Christian Science He became l~: T' and l~r. andMrs. Rink {Uen B~-,- q*~,,,~ a]~,~ ~z,~ I floweredcotton Danerlna v" , .... ~,~=.=, .-....=u ..,.-, ' ..... : -' ~ -'-nce | Hartmy, ~cot[y ana Jay au lg Ol|var ?qvathav ~r~d C~r | length and carrying a bouquet a teacner oI t~nrmnan ~cm ~ ..... ' ...... " .............. " ..... rum 1944 ~ o~ Maryswue ~ten Lar~nn [of white carnatmns. Bmdes- in 1955 He serveu ~ , ~. . " . ..... c ..... " ..... cience ~ t'omona Mas~er and Mrs --- o maids were Mrs. Rosahe M - [o Wb as a t~nrmnan ~ | ..... ..... ...... s t~aui t~aulson of ~idelity Grange wa~ume ~vnms~er Seein . I Mahan and Mrs. Winnifred Par- ' [ were visitors at Bryant Grange th- g and not believing is[ris' sisters of the bride. They ......... Usher~] Friday night _~ prime virtue of a thinker: J were dressed identical to the man zor nls oromer, j ~ ~PPearance is his greatest temp- [ matron of honor. The attend, were o~m" ..... ~ygltOWlCZ and Rus- .~ haron Jenny. was. co-hostess ........ Pollard The with Georgia Ehason at the ~atlon. ] ants all wore strands of pearls ty 1-1ell anti ~es~er ........ -Friedrich Nietzsche ] gifts of the bride. Their gowns -: ......~'~- ^"~^ ...... r rotter s nome znursdav night ..... o .......... [ were also fashioned by the ~ mi~t c~roon n~H do ~niro with Ior plnoenle. Bett~ Williams - er corsa-e won high score and Sharon Classified Ads GE 5-2498 bride. Robert-Peterson was best beige accessories. H ' g a ~ .... ions The 1 w Players 'were Lfla Fulfs was oI wnlte earnat . ~'I " " ~ " ' ................... w~ar ~. eanor Green Betty Williams, hh~ on.orphic with i~llle ~tutzman, ~nlrley ITaUl- cur- sen. Sylvia Esne, Cathy Olsen, I Arlington, Washington By order of Sn, ohomish County Superior Court all merchandise and fixtures will be sold to sat- isfy creditors. POST 76 AMERICAN LEGION AND AUXILIARY Saturday, 7:00 P.M. POT LUCK All Members Invited sage was pink carnations Barbara Wood, Shirley Fulfs, a~d the two hostesses. At the r.e4~ption the three- tiered pink dnd white wedding cake was cut by Mrs. Jo Han- sen, aunt of the groom. Miss Sally Hall was at the punch bowl and Miss Barbara Gilbert and Miss Vickie Swilling were in charge of the gifts Ftnas Skeers, Jr., brother of the bride was in charge of the guest book and passing the grooms cake was Donna Jean and Mary Ann Parris, nieces of the bride. The newlyweds will reside in Darrington tem- porarily. The groom will be going to Japan in the near fu- lture. The bride graduated from Darrington High School with the class of '62. and also attended W.S.C. The groom graduated from Darrington High School with the class of '62 and is now serving with the U. S. Air Force. Ruth Chilcote and daughter Marilynn and family of Seat- tle were visitors in the com- munity on Thursday and Friday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Glendon Moore and family have moved into their home in Swede Haven. Voting for the new fire dis- trict will take place on May 10 and you have until April 20 to get registered if you have not already done so. Directors to be ,elected for the various districts are George Brown, Si Gilbert and Dave Robinson. --{3 Bowling Timber Bowl League Won Lost Three Rivers ..33.._..18~ Trading Center .................. 32 20 Darr. Hardware .................... 32 20 Pioneer Tavern .................... 28 24 Darr. Recreation ................ 24~,~27%, Pine Tree Service ................ 20~,~31~ Flying /( ................................ 20 32 McMahan Log ...................... 17~ 34~ High five---Bob Thomason 560, Will Muhlbeler 554, Joe Guffey 530, Walt Hoglund 529, Walt Bates 526. Logger League Whltehorse Ins ..................... 38 18 Red Top Tavern ................ 35 21 Galbralth Bros ..................... 34 22 Greenleaf Log ........................ 29 27 Forest Service ...................... 27 29 Seattle 1st ............................ 25~,~30~,~ Wright & Sons .................... 21~,~34~,~ Sod Busters ............................ 16 40 High five--Doy Riddle 606, Elmer Wood 567, Lloyd Johnson 559,Mel La Hammer 555, Furmen Hensen553. Hit & Mrs. League Trading Center .................... 34 22 Whitehorse Ins ................. 34 22 Riddle Bros ............................. 32~ 23~,~ Seattle 1st .............................. 27~ 28~ Home Grocery ........................ 23~ 32~ Darr. Pharmacy ................ 16~,~ 39~ High five---Ruth Hoglund 514, Ann Wood 50@, Betty Riddle 499, Bernice Richter 4:~6, Bobble Greenleaf 435. Tri-River League Dart. Recreation ................ 40 16 Pioneer Maids .................... 39 17 Mintt Market ........................ 33 23 Darr. Cleaners .................... 28 28 Darr. Hardware .................... 25 31 I~rr. Auto Parts .................... 20 36 Dart. Theatre ........................ 20 36 Grange .................................... 19 37 High five--Ruth Hoglund 497, June Van Arnum 474, Bobble Greenleaf 4T2, Mildred Willis 470, Betty Riddle 462. Elsie Bowles, Marion Hafter- son. Hilma McFarland, and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wright attend- ed installation at Marysville Afton Chapter O. E. S. Wednes- day evening. Fifteen Units of Blood Donated Here Fifteen units of blood were donated at the drawing Thurs- day. A new policy has been is- sued by the committee If cred. its have been drawn and no at- tempt been made to replace them that person or any mem- ber of the family will be de- nied further credits. This policy is in all fairness to the faiti~:i ful ones who donate "regularlv, and assures them available credit if the need arises. Successor to ARLINGTON OFFICE WESTSIDE INVESTMENT CO., INC. HOW ARE YOUR Is Where You Find DON'r GAMBLE ON BRAKE PERFORMANCE Bryant Grange members at- tending Visktation Night at Stil. laguamish Grange Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. Will McFar- land, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wright, Mrs. Albert Bowles and Charles Gaffney. ~aster Services At Bethel Chapter About seventy-five people ~athered at Bethel Chapel for Easter services. The Sunday School presented a short pro- SISC0 HEIGHTS Mrs. Janet Welborn Phone OL 9-3126 The Fireflies Auxiliary met on Monday, April 8 in the Get- chell School annex. President Joy Westlund presided over the business, meeting. Elsie Haa- land was asked to continue as treasurer for the group as Mrs. Morgen elected treasurer felt she should resign due to illness in the family. Ada Mac Bunkel- man reported that the first aid classes will start on Monday, April 15 at 8 o'clock at the Getchell school. At a later date the ladies will discuss the possi- bility of adopting a constitu- tion and by-laws. A new money- raising plan was discussed and will be looked into lated. After the meeting a plant sale was held. Many lovely plants and bulbs were featured. Coffee and cookies were served at the close of the evening. Homemakers Club The Sisco Heights homemak- ers met at the hall on April 11 for their regular meeting. Janet Welborn acted as president in the absence of Diane Rengen. In the morning Fay Ellen Ro- gen gave a very interesting demonstration on flower arran- ging. Many lovely arrange- ments were made of daffodils, dogwood, and many other flow- ers and Mrs. Rogen used many of the natural greens that you can find in the woods or in your own back yards, such as rhubarb. A short business meet- ing was held and plans were made for a work-day to be held at the hall on April 16. Lunch was served after the meeting, followed by a demon- stration on Laundering todays Textiles, given by Janet Wel- born and Shirley Welborn. The ladies learned the proper laun- dry methods of all the new fabrics we have today. They also learned the proper uses of bleach, starches and water softeners. Home spot removing and the prevention of mildew and how to get rid of it, was very informative. The Sisco Hilltoppers 4.-H club met on April 11 at the home of Jeannie Thomson. Plans were made for their fa- mily night to be held April 20 at the Sisco Heights Hall. After the demonstration on frosting making, the members made invitations for the fam- ily night. The group will meet at 2 o'clock Saturday after- noon at the hall to decorate for the party. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Rand and family of Everett were Easter Sunday guests at the Floyd Welborn home. The chil. dren of both families enjoyed and Easter egg hunt despite the rainy weather. Mr. Frank Bockwinkle of Sil. ver Lake was a Saturday vis- itor at the home 'of Mr. and ~ram of word and song in trib-Mrs. Vincent DesLauriers. Sor- ute to the risen Saviour. Sev- ry to report that Vincent Des- eral vocal numbers were great- lauriers 0ulled a muscle in his ly enjoyed also. The four Han- back while working at the Boe- stad sisters. Cathy, Nancy, Ju- ing plant in Marycville. The dy and Sharon sang "Are accident occurred when i~e You There". As a solo, Cathy reached for a piece of metal sang, Why, Tell Me Why. that had started to fall. He will Sheryl Meyer and Wayne Good- be out of work for about a hope sang "Beneath the Cros~ week. of Jesus" Mrs. Hanstad ac- Byron Bunkleman of Seattle companied on the piano for all had Easter breakfast with his the vocal selections, brother Bruce Bunkleman and iamily. Having Easter dinner Saturday evening supper with ~he Bunklemans were guests at the Arthur Fullerton Mr. and Mrs. Bud O'Neal of home were Mr. and M~'s. Ever- Cranite Falls and also Lynette ett Wolford, Doug and Mary Wolfrey. of Puyallup, Vernon Wolford, Those attending the wedding Mr. and Mrs. Richard Country- reception of the new Mr. and man, Debbie, Dale and Teressa. Mrs. Larry Sheldon (the for- Mrs. Fay Forbes was hostess mer Jennie Underwood) on Sun- to the Quilt Club at her home day were Mr. and Mrs. Bruce last Thursday. Ladies present Bunkleman, Mr. and Mrs. Pete were Mrs. Clarissa Erickson, Vanasschi, Mrs. E1vira John- Mrs. Ruby Marken, Mrs. Anna son and Mrs. Julia Johnson. Robbins, Mrs. Alice McDonald, Mrs. Evelyn Fullerton~ Mrs. Easter dinner guests at the Alice Countryman, Debbie, Harold Helgelund home were Dale and Teressa. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Curtis, of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Leva Granite Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Carl and Janine of Seattle were Eas- Bates of Everett, Mr. and Mrs. ter Sunday dinner guests at the Allen Curtis of Snohomish and home of her parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. George Curtis of Mrs. John Undeen. Montesano. Spending the holiday weekend The firemen had a drill on at the Benson Wanekena Farm make and break hoses on Wed- were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Elder and children of Seattle. ~qunnyside, Mr. and Mrs. Don Paul Wegner spent Tuesday ttffman and children. and Wednesday in the Arling- Mrs. Einer Bodlund enter. ton Hospital receiving treat- tained Bethel Chapel Ladies Aid ment for his heart condition, at her home on Thursday. He is feeling much better at Guests included Ellen Heimer, this writing. Thea Smith, Edna Heimer, Geva Mr. and Mrs. J. N . Smith Ingram, Hilma Jackson, Olga were happy to have all their Nelson, Jennie Wegner, Lillie family home for Easter Com- Udeen, Anna MeyeG Siena ing from Opportunity were Monty, and Frances Loder. Mr. their daughter, Mrs. Frank Nelson came in for coffee. The Jolly andhusband and son Gene. May 9 meeting will be at Geva From Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. Ingram's home. Tommy Smith and Mr. and Sunday afternoon and even- Mrs. Johnnie Smith, from east ing supper guests at the Ward Hoftell home were Rev. and Mrs. Schoolcraft of Everett and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stempel and Laurie. David Nelson celebrated his sixth birthday on Wed., April 10. Playmates Randy Elder, Petrie Kay Nelson, Debbie, Bar- bie and Dickie Hawkinson. came and spent the afternoon play. i~g and then enjoyed birthday cake and other goodies Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Nel- son and children were Easter 0 ~ O~qCE. ~tT~l NITES DAYS GE 5-4070 GE 5-2460 th The stakes are too high. Let us check your brakes n~w... Adjust or reline as need be for prompt, positive brake action. OUR NEW LOCATION 315 WEST AVE. Corner West and Third YOUR CAR IS IN COOD HANDS HERE VlC COX MOTORS, 315 WEST AVE. PHONE GE 5-21 71 Sunday dinner guests of Mary's Parents, Mr. ~nd Mrs. Roland Ensign. Sheryl and Janie Meyer, Da- vid Lackey, Frank Tapley and Wayne Goodhope spent Satur- day night at the Milton Han. stad home and attended Easter sunrise services and a pancake breakfast at the Mt. Vernon Bethany Covenant Church. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Myer, Chuck,. Jerry-Lyn and Cindy of Forks were visiting relatives in the neighborhood over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Einer Bodlund drove to Seattle Sunday after. noon to spend Easter with their daughter and family, the Joe CamDbells. mm GETCHF LL A. E. "Fritz" Solem. OL. 9-4210 EGG ~JNT AT GETCHELL SCHOOL Getchell school closed Wed- nesday afternoon for a short Easter vacation. An Easter party was held, highlighted by an egg hunt which has been an annual event. In the indi- vidual name hunt, prizes were won by Janet Lindborg, first grade; Clarence Bunkelman, second grade; and Glen Mor. gan, for the third grade. For the best decorated eggs, first prize was won by David Green, second prize went to Patricia Clapp and third to John Dar- rah. . - Mrs. C. E. Haaland assmte~ with the egg hunt. Everyone was happy to see their regular teacher, Mrs. Bar- bara Larsen again. She was able to visit for a few days even though she is mostly con- fined to a wheel chair. She has been recuperating from a fall at school several months ago and hopes to resume her teach- ing schedule by next month. Spring is a good time to visit grandmas for many children. So thought the children of Mr. and Mrs. James Howard of Red- mond who have been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Haaland. Visitation was also made at the home of their Uncle Dick and Aunt Elsie, being especially attracted to the couple's baby son. Ellen Howard, another daughter vis- ited at the home of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Russ Hunter Wednesday through Saturday. The Getchell P.T.A. scheduled for last week was postponed, and the meeting will be held this Thursday evening, April 18, at 8:00 P. M. instead. WrLDERNF~S CLUB ATTENDS AUCTION SALE I The members of the Cascade Wilderness Club gathered last Friday evening in the Gym of the Old Hartford School at Lake Stevens, for another reg- ular meeting. After a short business meeting, two movies were shown. The first dealt with the adventures of a white stallion and how he was finally! captured after many trying attempts by many people. En-i titled, "White Main" it kept members in suspense until the end. The other film, "Turn the Wheels West" showed beautiful national parks of Wyoming, Montana Idaho, Washington and Oregon. Beginning with Yellowstone Park and the Grand Tetons a comparison was made with Glacier Park in Mon. tana, swinging westward to the grandeur of the Olympics and ending with the Crater Lake area in Oregon. After viewing the movies, members disbanded to attend the horse auction at Snohom- '~sh; holding special interest on the riding horses brought in from Idaho. The community is happy to see Mrs. Butters back at her home again on week ends. She is recuperating from an oper- ation performed at St. Frances Cabrini Hospital in Seattle. We CARD OF THANKS The kindness and sympathy of neighbors and friends in our recent sorrow will always re- main with us a precious mem- ory. Our sincere thanks and gratitude for all those com. forting acts.--Mr, and Mrs. An- drew Lien, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lien, Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Floe, Mr. and Mrs. Sigvald Sande, Mr. and Mrs. Agnes Molstad, Mr. and Mrs. William Bacon.._ nesday. Each fireman took their turn at breaking the hoses and then putting them back to. gether. The men were timed and most of them did much bet- ter after several practices. The Fireflies Auxiliary held their first aid class on Monday evening. Mr. Williams of Ever- ett was the instructor. The ladies learned what the mean- ing of first aid was and when and how to treat certain cases when coming upon them. Each ~;,lady practiced arm slings and: also learned several pressure ] points. The next class will be on] Tuesday evening, April 23 in-] stead of Monday the 22 and] the third class will also be held on Tuesday, April 30. j_. , The Arlington Timm 5 a,a,,,,no [ Thursday, April 18, 1963. Dies at Age 79 I,,,, . ,. ,. - Donald J. Nicks, 79 of Rte. 2, [ t.anmeHgnt Arlington, died in a local hos-[A~,] /%,!~o!.,.." pital April 11. Mr. Nicks was]x~uu ~,~g~;~i~a~ born in Wisconsin, April 6, [ The third annual "Candlelight 1884, and had lived in this area [ and Coleslaw has been ached- since 1919. He was a member[uled for Saturday, April 20, of Rockridge Lodge, I. O. O. F. [ to take place in the Lincoln of Rockridge, Wis. Surviving ] School multi-purpose room. him are his brother ArchielServing will begin at 6:00 and Nicks of Rte. 2 and one nephew, [ will continue until 9:00 p. m. Merril Batty of Richland Cen-I The senior class, to whom ter, Wis. ] all the proceeds go, is in charge Funeral services were held I of the ham dinner. The class Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock]has been divided into several in the Weller & Solie Funeral] committees, food, decorating, Home, Arlington. The Rev. ] tickets, serving and clean.up. Charles Gaffney conducted the[ On receipt of the proceeds, service. Interment was in the]the seniors will put to use on Arlington Cemetery, Casket- [ the tradit'onali, Senior Class bearers were J. A. Healy, Ben[ Day, which is the one day that Oberg, William Wallis, Otto[the seniors travel to pre-selec- Bluemke, Charles Grewe and lted place and spend the day. Arthur Sandvig. [The past classes have gone to o------------- [ Lake Wilderness, but the Class f ' II11 ~ .11 J o 63 has dec~ded to take a hans nngesem J boat trip to Victoria, British ~t~* --~, I Columbia. The final decision rloneer- rues I will be made by the school __ -- ~ [ board. At Age 85 Hans Engeseth, 85, of Rte. 4, [ Rte. 4, Mrs. Nellie Johnson of Arlington, died in a Snohomish I Rte. 4 and Mrs. Madeline Greg- nursing home April 8. Born] erson of Arlington; one sister in Norway, Nov. 10, 1877, Mr.[ Mrs. Inga Tofdger on Stan- Engeseth had lived in the Ar-Iwood and two grandchildren. lington area over fifty years I Funeral services were Satur. Surviving him are his wife, ]day afternoon at 1 o clock i,} Anna Engeseth of Rte. 4; three I the Weller & Solie Funerm ~1 Home. The Rev. M. A. Mc. wmh her continued recovery.. ]Kinney conducted the service. ~pring means Daseoall ana [Interment was in Arlington for the Little League Cougars I Cemetery. Casketbearers were it means practice. The boys are | Lee Atkins, Joe Sabo, Ted all set for their regular ached. ] Wognild Harold Gilbert, Ber. uled of Tuesday after school I nard Schwab and Arthur Thorn- and Saturdays. son. DR. M. F. WEST, Optometrist OONTAC~ EXAMIN A-TIONI8 LlgNSEB GLAS~ ~O ARLINGTON DARRINGTO1W Mon.-Tues.-Thurs.-Pri. 9-12 & 1 to Saturday 9-2 First and Third Phone GE $-33~ Wednesda~ YOU ARE IN GOOD HANDS WITH ALLSTATE INSURANCE CHUCK BARNIER. A G E N T Complete Coverage FIRE i : CAR i!!! LIFE A. & S. (AC V .NT & SICKNF~S) ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANIES R. 5, BOX 377 ARLINGTON, WASH. PHONE GE 5-2053 Make Us Your Headquarters For All Farm and Home Improvement Needs- If Ws Lumber--we have it --- Also Floor Coverings -- Roofing -- Panel- ing -- If it's in the building line-- it*s here, Special This Week . . . 6' T STEEL FENCE POSTS Each ............... " ..... Phone GE 5-2302 ARLINGTON HARDWARE & LUMBER \ 215 No. Olympic { Alaska and Hawaii excluded) mm L| I