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% ----- . . I , Arlmgtmt tnte , ,1 SHOPPING [[ Degree. Of " Successor to J/ WITH OL.SBE.. [llnseed!on THE HALLER CITY TIMES I / r ~ - I ~:~:i,;~ii!i~ i$~Wt~~ ~--~ ~~ ~ ~ [ ttow is your memory lately?[ Charity Lodge No. CO1 LXV Thursday, %pril 1953 No 52! ~:~ ~ Do you find yourself saying "I cially inspected by ...." " ..... : ~:: ~ ~i'i:~ i~ !morgan l~ationaI ~q - . " ~ [ ~ ~:: '.~~::i~:~ ~'~: ~::~;~i~i~. ~ [ read somewhere can t remember ' . ~imeriptlon Price $2.50 Per Year, $3.00 per Year outside Snoho- ~~ ~ L~E, ~ust now ,, ,~r ,,T ,~i,~ U,~W ~,,t ,t'~[ man and State Dirt ~tntsh County Issued every Thursday Publishedat Arlington,[ il~ ~ ~:~ "~'- ~~ ~' i ~ .... ' " ." ~ ~ ..... ~ ....... regular meeting Th~ " : .~ ~ ~ snppe~ my mln~ i can ~ remem- O Washington, by " . [ ~~ ~ ~;i ~~ ~:: I[ ber an" thi~ ~-~' ....... ~r~ ,[ April 16, at the A. THE ARLINGTON PRINTING CO. ] ~N ~ ~ ~~ ~ ~:.~ ] I- ~ ".~ ~"~" .... U~" ~l Mrs Morgan ann J. C. CARPENTER -- FRANK MARSH [ i~m ~ ~ ~~~ ~ ~-, ] [nave news ,ior you. ave jus.t reaa Mrs ~Iyrtle Lamp 3 ~ CARPENTER Editor & Mar I ~ m~ mm mmmmm~ ~~ ~U~:~: ~ ..... * l Inn arilcle oy a psycnoiogmt, lnl,,~ ,~,~ ,h~,~,~ ,q,~l,~r~te ~" ...... " .... " " " " a ~'t~' *~ ~ it he says minds can be over-' ............. ~.~,~__s ]~a*ered as 2nd Class matter, mthePostOfflceatArhngton, W s -[ $:~n ~~ ]1 ........ [state of Washington. rn unEtDCt / OSR /AL ~ :i::i;~:~!: " .. " members were welc~ [ rams the responsibility of re-[tho ,,r~er Last Sunday it was such a finel feet away Reminding us of days[ ;~iil~~a-----.-~ ~ ~ ~ ~:~] membering with. "I'll ask my~, ...... day, we went for a drive--what[long gon'e by, we en-joyed pick-] iiii~~ ~ ~~~i~: ~~ ~ ~ [wife, she. always keeps track of[wife to rememberso~ distances one can cover these[ing a bouquet. They were packed[ ~i~ ~ ~~ ~~ ~( -~ ~ I those mlngs. ~ow, you may ~t in your sleep, tnatj days, over excellent highways, in snow and brought home, and[ ~l~ ~ ~~:~!~ i :~: ~*~ ~! [have your own private secretary.[tend to be asleep. ~t~ and without "hard driving." l their fragrance fills the room. [ ~.~~ ~ ~~~ ~~ ~i~} ~i [Get a half-dozen small note- ling and throw yourar Except for the seventeen or] Driving up the lake, we noted[ !ii~~ ~ [~~~ ~._ .~ ,. ~: ~::v~':'~ ~!~ ~*.i [bOOKS Irom tne variety store.in little, tnat s just to e hteen miles from Arlin ton summer homes tucked awa in[ ~~ ~ ~~~ Put one by the telephone, one by is listening Then sp.e~ to the north end of Highway 1-A,[the trees near the lake she e,[ ::~4~ ~ ~~~ :~! [a ...... ~,,, ,~o ,,toho,~ ~,,u [ ...... ~,~ ~ ....... ne of r ........... ~ ' ~:~:~'~:~:: ~ .......... ~ ....... the front door one by the back with, . Gosh, I wish we followed a fine smooth and eople bt/sy preparing for :~ ~:~~ ~ ~:~'~:' ........... ~ 2 ............................ ~ .-.~, ' P . ~i~i ~: ~ :: ~:~' ~, .... ~ ~*~:~one in the bearoom and one in polka-dot slairts or - straight highway all the way the approaching season. ~ ~~ ] ........... ~ ....... ', ....... ,~,, [,~n ,, ..... h~t~ver O 'e S . . . ...[ At Crescent Beach we stoppedt ....... ~/~ ~| ~ .............................. ;............... ~:~:~ [Wrlt,~ ,~............ thi ........... t[ ..... t ~n from the i ............... ~, ..... ior a visit wire.mrs, nugn rut- THE FIRE DEM . to remember even for a day. selection, "at Peterson road traveled years ago, aroundlnam (we iust missed Hugh whet ON stalked last Thursday night, causing almost complete destruction of the m- lur.~+,.~, t...,... +.. , ...... ~..... c,...~. , ,,,,, be sure v0 the valley to Cavalero's corner " h road) The' for" .... ~,,,s -=~v ....... v-=~ ...... ~,-,,v ..... "r' ~,,~ .,, ,~,,h,~,~i=~ ~,~,~ thelhad gone.upt e _ _... y -] terior of the Lincoln Swanson home, on Burke avenue. It took only a matter of minutes to cause [your mind and if you shoald for-[the article and Pete i .......................... merly resloefl on re. o, Arnngton. the destruction a .... get it you still have you" notes, distinctly then mum! twists and turns to Monroe Sul-/, w have a nice little eommun-[ s pictured above. The picture was taken shortly after the fire, showing a corner ]~ ......... ,.~n . ,~, .o,~ o nio_ .... , to .o ou tan, Gold Bar Index, ete, It was r s rt at the Cres - . ~, _. . _ [ity store and e o -[ of the kitchen where it is thought the fire started It swept through the door to the dining room Ivou will find you have o refer[The next evening, a pmasure to SKIm along at a/cent beach ' ' " ~ ~ " a moderate rate over the new high- " ........ I and living room beyond Heat and smoke caused damage in other rooms of the house. Times less and less often to your notes hands you a pack g ways. That stretch from Snoho-[. Wedrove on_to t~ieo~iOUgo~[ Photo [Now.therest of this is str:ctly for[surprised aSoW~lnloaS mish to Monroe thence to SultanIran" TnlS orougnt m | the nusoanas. ,I you wait your Easy wnen y .... r Inn It .......... Gold a e our hrst visit to Couga . and to B r, te all now Y a o when OOOOOOO0 } I was several ears g , O O O 0 O O , J [ O00 OOO000DO00000006#O0000000000( completed .~ki~_r.~ hv t~ hundreds wereIsme of our business men were l~ ~~.____ ....... ~ ..... of Bo V . HOME GROWN e b v tev boys. We plloted a flock y[ D licl " ' " t~oymg the slop s a o e S "[ ................ cross the' a~ [ e ous 1st Grade Swift s Oriole Slab ~ ~ ~ A ~, Pass.. o %a i gton up" ' st side we turned.. . It]tlU A]t . . . Pound A On the ea " wn" -~ ' Ipo~? ~F~~am~~ S weeks CALIFORNIA NEW--SWEET high snow-covered mountains,] [~ [ and the evergreen forest. ] Changes have taken plaereneThel~[ Driving up the lake road we lake is no longer a wild ; , , CARB . . . . a ... l fOund winter ..... lust dlsappearang--~summer homes lane me. snores. 0 ] ~ ~' -- ~ IP--7 ....... ,,..I, -- avalanch lillies were in bloom,[Good highways nave mane it ac-[o [ ~ W RE R the tender blossoms growing in|cessible and it is becoming a l_ t great numbers beneath the trees,[great recreation spOts for people[O L ~,~[~)~' J~ Carton with snow patches only a few,of the Wenatchee di trict. . ..'7--'- I James rienry ARIZONA SEEDLESS - friends in for a party Friday af- The guests included Mrs. ~, HAMS 63C ternoon BURN HILL Burrus of Granite Falls, grs.[~ n ! I ! Lb. Paskett of Everett, Mrs. Bob[a~ By Stella Parsons Slayton, Mrs. Tom Almli, indic :Mrs. Betty Tveit, Mrs. Glady Mrs. Ira Parsons. Mrs. Makus Sugar Cured Hall and Mrs. Wilma Kahlor served delicious refreshments of P]CN]CS 39c t~ere lnuncheon guests of Mrs. cake, ice cream withfrozen ! I m Lb. Violet Damaske Thursday. The strawberries, and coffee. occasion was to honor Betty's b~h'thday, which had recently passed. Friday, Mrs. Damaske spent with Mrs. A. J. Solver in ~raonds. , Norman Mellum is leaving this ~*ek for Alaska for the seas, onal fishing work. His wife plans to join him there a little later on. COMMUNITY CLUB ~LECTS OFFICERS The Burn Hill Community -ClUb which met Friday night at the John Amundsen home elect- some new officers for the com- ing year. Goldie Johnson was unanimously elected president, ~ladys Almli, vice-president, Lei- ]ha Steckleberg secretary.treas- arrer. Laura Preston retains her Courtesy job. Becky Makus was ~eIeeted to the office of Refresh- raent chairman. Some sugges- ~on$ for a better club year in. aeluded getting into some worth- while activities and helping out- side,our community. The date of the meetings was set for the third Friday of each month sub- jeer to no change. Thevbirthday .t-ake which was furnished by David Steckleberg was in honor of Thorger Johnson and Bonnie Almli. Cecil found the dime in his piece of cake so he'll bring the cake for the May birthdays. The Ed. Almli's offered their he'me for the next meeting. O. C. Robinson became quite ill last week from heart~ trouble. He is confined to his bed for sev- eral days. Mr. and Mrs. Sigurd of White Horse came to see him Friday and again Sunday. They mere joined by Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Sherman of Everett. Sunday, the Estle Sundquists had as guests Vivian's folks, Mr. and Mrs. Sudds of Everett. The John Johnson place is get- ring that Spring look. Bill Da- vid~on has been spending sev- eral days plowing it preparatory to seeding it. Mrs. Gilbert Makus ~had her mother and a few neighbor Pure Pork Pound POLAR FROZEN PEAS Mr. and Mrs. Gust Zaretzke and boys enjoyed Sunday dinner O Lean CUT with Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Za-]~ retake of Everett. They also en-[w SAlT PORK , I Lb. eJt/20C BROCCOLI SPINACH joyed the drive afterward to see[~ Kenneth Zaretzke's new home inl-- CAULIFLOWER South Everett and their new ba-[d ......... by son. Kenneth is Leonard's son.I1 and[ ~ ----'--- - - --~ I MISSION BRAND--IT'S EXTRA GOOD sonTUesdaYMerle MrS.of SeattleAlbert LUndcalled ontil I A S~edlsh [ ~ ~~" ~k A~ ) the John Ar0undsons Mr and[ ~ Tr [ M[~J~ 16-Oz. Pkg. M::n Ge~e sB:dCkS~/%omli:;d" Cheile[: Treat , itheir guests Sunday; also Merle,[ ths d 1 ' ~~ 19c Irene, Finn and tileir familiesl 1 ,ry e e e lcmus | k ' I Swedish Breads [ ...... Lloyd and Ed Barnett were luc Yl fishermen that day at Storm Lake, catching seven nice trout.[ ]] CINNAMON BREAD _29e [ CENTE~NNIAL SILK SIFTED We notice something missing in n RAISIN RYE ................ 25c [ ' the Amundsen's driveway. Finn[ I CARDAMON ................ 30c [ and Joyce have moved their trail-[ .Lb. er house to Marysville with at I ORAN6E RYE ............ 22c [ 50 o.98 'For Sale' sign on it. 1 m CARDAMON .............2Sc I Young Bonnie Almli, attending[ the Cub Scouts Kite Derby atl Bob Williams place Saturday, flew his kite high enough to win a blue ribbon. The first prize went to Karley Larson of Bryant, whose kite soared above the oth- ers. Ronnie's kite, however, was the only one of plastic. He was fortunate, too, Sunday, out at the Pioneer grounds, to catch a fish at the kids' fishing pond, which was that day opened. His cousin, Tommie Almli, caught two; some fished like veterans, getting their limit of ten. Mr. Oscar Souihermark is staying at Bellingham at present to be with his wife, who is there at the hospital. Mrs. Souther- mark is undergoing surgery this Thursday. All her neighbors are wishing her ~ speedy recovery. Among her visitors last Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sancrant and children. As Mrs. Souther- mark hadn't yet seen their iiew baby she was especially pleased to see her; she is nearly three months old now and she had loads of smiles for Mrs. Souther- mark. June's Sell for Less New Detergent, Reg. 61c Size Giant Package .. With This Coupon FRI. or SAT., APRIL 24 and 25 DURKEE'S Colored in Cubes Pound... Minute ......................... Pkg. 1---12-Oz. Pkg... Both a~O 1--8-Oz. Pkg. for Clown Full 16-Oz. Colored ............ Package O Dead flies are good flies .............. Each COOKIES Sunshine Hydrox .................................... Pkg. 25c -Oz. RICE M.J.B. 28p . 35c Long Grain ................................ CAKE MIXES Betty Crocker, 25c with your coupon ...... Pkg. CHILl CON CARNE Ferg's .... 2 c ll'z" 45C CHICKEN BROTH Ferg's 2 25c l .Oz. 27c BEEF TAMA Ferg's .................... Can SPAGHETTI & MEAT BALLS Ferg'sl .oz. 25 I Oz 39c MEAT BALLS Ferg's ........................ Can This Week's Jackpot Winner C. KLUIN R. 3, Arlington THE LAST OF THE NINTH. The Dodgers are down 3 runs, two are out, and the bases are loaded, ffoyce Brose pleads, in song, for a home-run, Does ffacl~ Anderson deliver? Find the answer at : ~i~h ~chcol Music eFstival Tuesday night, April 28. CUT CORN CHOPPED ,~-Lb. V Mesh Bag 10-0z. PkgS, Ea. N S Van Camp's 151/~-Oz. Cans Libby's or Campbell's 46-Oz. Cans nI-C .................................... Tuxedo 6z/2-Oz. ................................................................................ Can A -Lb. Shortening ....................................... : ...... ~J: Pail . Staley's Corn or 6loss Pkgs. SALMON Sea Chef Tall Pink .... : ......................................... 39c COFFEE June Rose ................................................ Lb. 854~ CRABMEAT Nordic 7 65c Maid ......................... Z.Can CLAMS Doxsee ~inced 1.00 white meat ...................... WAX PAPER Diamond 125 ft. roll .................. Each 19c DOG FOOD Friskies . 5-Lb, cube or meal Pk'~. 69c SWEETHEART Toilet 4 R,o. 24C Soap ...................... Bars NUBORA Soap , Giamt 59C Powder ............................ 56-Oz. Pkg. Measuring ~. Pitchers 2.cup Size Meastrring Cups l~p - " Size Fruit Juicers Reamers . Each Vinegar or O11~ Cruets EaCh Heat Proof Custard.Cups Eoc - Forest Green Tumblers ... 6 re, Bleach Gal ...... Prices effective at Arlington on April 24 and 25, 1953~--Every item unconditionally guaranteed. No sales to dealers. We the right to limit. rDOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO0900000000OO000@OOOOOOOOOOOO0