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8 The Arlington Times Thursday, April 18, 1963. Spedal Train To Blossom Festival Special train to the Wenat- chee Apple Blossom Festival on May 4, 3963. will again be operated by the Great Northern Railway Company, it was an- nounced by R. J, Class, General Passenger Agent, Seattle. He stated this will be the fifteenth annum running of this train which has proven extremely popular with families and indi. viduals desirous of taking in the Apple Blossom Festival and parade without the concern of traffic problems over the Pass. I This train is scheduled to leave Seattle 4:45 AM Daylight Saving Time, Edmonds 5:15 AM, Everett 6:00 AM, Snohom- ish 6:12 AM and Monroe 6:20 AM. Arrival at Wenatchee is scheduled for 9:30 AM. Ti~el festival parade starts at 10:00 AM and passes within two blocks of the Great Northern Station at Wenatchee. Departure from Wenatchee is Cubs Challenged To Pinewood, Derby "All Cub Scouts in the area are issued a challenge by Pack 90 of Marysville and Pack llt ~f Fverett to race their Pine- wood Derby racers at the Scoutorama on Friday and Sat: urdav, April 26th and 27th,' a,nounces Perry Sundin, Pro- gram Chairman. Each Cub is to bring his rac- er and have it weighed in to see that it meets the standards reouired. Pack 90 and Pack 114 will furnish the race track and the scales for the racers to oe be weighed. Prize ribbons will be awarded the winners. Many Cub Packs have already held their annual races and this will be a chance for them to compete with Cubs from other units. O RUBBER STAMPS Arlington Printing Co. Phone GE 5-2498 at 4:00 PM, with arrival at Monroe 7:10 PM, Snohomish 7:20 PM, Everett 7:30 PM, Ed- monds 8:00 PM and Seattle 8:30 PM. FOR LOW COST CAR INSURANCE? You may save important $$ with State Farm Mutual's low rates for auto insurance. Before you buy--find out why State Farm insures over 7,000,000 cars making it the World's larg- est auto insurer, famous for hometown service wherever you drive. CALL US TODAY FOR PERSONAL SERVICE STATE FARM Fire end Casualty Company [ ,W | Home Offices Bloomington. Illinois IVER DRIVSTUEN Rt. 1, Box 66, Arlington GE 5-2419 1/i HAVEN'S JEWELRY ::27 N McLeod A RIJN~Tf3N. WASH. ;E 5.2509 i We rel:mir ALL Makes PHONE GE 5- 3022 LARRY'S SHELL SERVICE SEAT BELTS TUNE -UP Brake Service BOWL FOR FUN MELADY LANES Open Bowling Every Evening OPEN 2 P.M. DAILY I DANNER ELECTRIC Local Electricians CIAFF & MART DANNER COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL RESIDENTIAL I E LECTROMODE HEATING GE 5-2627 ARLINGTON HTS. Mrs. J, B. Norman. GE 5-2329 The Arlington Heights Im- provement Club will sponsor a Fun Night at their hall on :;almday, April 20, at 8:00 p. m. Refreshments will be served at the close of the evening. Chairmen in charge are Mr. and Mrs. Don Pelanconi. The public is invited. ~eventeen members of the Arlington Heights Sunday :-:;c]',ool attended Easter servic- es at The First Baptist Church in Arlington on Easter Morning. Next Sunday the regular Sun- day School program at 10:00 a. m. will be resumed. Mrs. Lillian Hastings and Al- fred Adolfson were holders of the high scores at the regular Vriday evening card party spon- cored by the Arlington Heights Tmprovement Club. Julius Nor- man drew the 300-pinochle prize. There were seven tables in play during the evening. There are two more evenings of play scheduled in the spring series, with the next one being April 19 at 8:00 p. m. The pub- lic is invited to attend. Homemakers Meet The Arlington Heights Home- makers met at the hall on April 10 for their regular meet- ins, with Mrs. Joe Tveit and Mrs. Frances Cranmore as host- esses. The meeting opened with the business session with Mrs. Arthur Beckworth presiding. She informed the members that those planning to attend the Annual Achievement Day in Snohomish, May 2, at the Masonic Temple, are to bring cookies for the coffee hour: She read her report from the Advisory Council meeting which was held in Everett on April 51h. Mrs. Alma Howe and Mrs. Lucille Riese gave a demon- stration on Color in the Yard. Although most good gardeners do a good job landscaping their yards, knowing what and where to plant always seems to be the most puzzling part of the land- .~caping job. It is most impor- tant that your yard takes care of your families needs and that ii be kept within the limits of money, time, and inclinations. Mrs. Howe suggested that first we draw up plans on paper as mistakes can be easily era-