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% TIlE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURS., APRIL,23, 1953. Aurae Meugniot Phone 152J1 ton Business and, Mr. and Mrs. Chet Thompson Women's Club willlboth had birthdays Sunday. Sat- urday afternoon callers of Mrs. t Mrs. Mary Gates Tues- Thompson were M e s d a m e s April 26. Mrs. Viola Vaughn Henkle, Arthur Thump- be the co-hostess, son, Fred Morris, Arthur Rochon, Verd will have charge Phillip Bjorn, Tony Bjorn, Orville Christofferson, Bill Greathouse, Camp Fire I.owell Beath, John Danubio, and Too Late to Class]i- PERCALE PRINT~C~--80 squares---~ "ARC" a n d "Fruit - of - the. Loom" brand---washable--reg. 49c and 59c---now 35c--3 yds. for 97c at HAMMER'S DEPT. STORE WAFFLE PIQUE --- Nationally known "ABC" waffle pique yardage--Reg. 89c. Now only 59c yd. at HAMMER'S DEPT. STORE Stop in soon to see our new Day- enos in very pleasing covers; also we have several swing rockers now in stock. They are all priced to sell--at WALL1T- NEWS FURNITURE STORE, SMALL furnished apartment for rent. Ben Knudson. Phone 1064. 25.In. Shake Boards wanted. Call 1674. Bob Williams. M-W 6 cu. fL Rofri~erator. Looks like new, $99.50, complete. Henry Murray, Arlington WE TRADE -furn-i-t uref a p pli a noes PAGE SEVEN :SINGER Portable Electric sewing machine Good condition; $49.95. complete. Henry Murray Arlington. BRAND NEW Bendix Washer, in crate. Latest model, $149.95, complete, ttenry Murray, Arl- ington. BRAND NEW Chrome-Craft Di- nette sets, with 4 chairs. Heat resistant tops. Real light grade. All colors, $69.95 . complete. Henry Murray, Arlington. WE TRADE Refrigerators, ranges Old growth fir 2x4's ............ $49.00 and freezers. See us today. lx4 E M lining .................... $79.00 and stoves. See us today. Good Henry Murray, Arlington. MASSAR LUMBER CO. allowances and easy terms.! ................. will meet Miss Margie Thompson. Phone 481 Henry Murray, Arlington. DANCE. t~enefit for the Stilla- 8 p.m., with That evening Mrs. FredMorris] i FOR SALE--Lester piano, in good: E~LEc~t-C-~%~ASItER_Operating! gaU~um~sh, G~ange~5~ WM%dla~d ." ........ gave a oirtlmay uinner Ior mrl ".. "ond~ti'~" Art TveitPhonel conoinon Old but usablew ~. . s, ~. ~, * * _..a ~o Th.,m,~son Also nresentl X~...'2 ..... el4 5n enmhl,~t~' rtonrv M,rr.qv [ Shirley's Music Makers. l~.v,,,,-,~,.,,,-.m, ,-,~.~., ctH~ vil~.@ ~' p' k" I I ~DDJx. l "4" . w~ "~''x~ .......... .) ........ J'l -- - ~,v~-ri~a**x r~n were Randy and Wendee, Mr.! '; ...... ':Arlington. [FOR SAI~E--Trac-(or~-good rub- IllS. EINAR BOTTEN Morris and Danny,Mr. and Mrs. I [~;~]. ~'..;.$., ]~;.L;m.. lii,~ ..... i.i-..qT-~,_..~,~.._-q-iL'7__,:~l ber good runnin~ condition Mrs E E Mose at Vau hn Henkle Mr and Mrs ' ~ ....... " " " g ' " " J J ~ hke tricycle front end $200 or trade ..... ar [ new. Perfect operating ~ , silver weddmg an-~Arthur Thompson and Miss M - The season was suppo,,ed toI ...~.,,,~..~ ~...~^.~ , .... ~_,~ Ifor eood cow or young Hol- ce " q [ ~Ull~llt/Ull, II3.~ULI 111 Oil ~ $?11~:~" , ~ . ' . r ~brat.ion of.Mr, and gle Thompson. 1 [open at sunmse last Sunda~riasn[ ida]re automatic $6995 com-] stea~helfer. Joe Lamle, next to ~ot~en, wnlcn a ~- ~-*~"r Thom'~son also en- rue lOwlano lakes OUt ...... " ' : s Trafton store the Bethany Lutheran]ter~aln~'"~t~e Che~' Thompsonl [was interpreted to mean "son"[tPomte, henry ~lurray, "Arnng.i._:~.=_ AL~- "~ar~ Seattle on Saturday faro]l,, at dinner Sunday, add]- rise by. some of the youngsters,1 ..... :~ leo~ ~ ~z-7"t~" e ~: ,.ctor atn tpril 18. Mrs. Botten, ltiona{ ~uests being Mrs~ Myrtle[ and 4:~0 a. m. saw some activity BENDIX Automatic Washer Latel prow, alSK anq cultivator at- Thelma Peterson, is a-~,,n~en and Mrs Caroline] /at the Pioneer pond, which hasI model. Excellent condition,Itacnments. ~laKe prier.. Ken,- t .......... neth Espe ~VlCtOrm neagh~ er of N. P. Peterson nm,~,-~,~o,~ ,ff East Stanwood been set aside for youngsters 141 $99.50 complete. Henry Murray| ....... " , oe of Mrs. MDse. Mr.I ...... v- - , " ', [and under. I Arlington. | rnone 1~5:9JD. bosun of Iver But ten, HETTIE LOWE GUILD [,_ During the.._day__there was!5cu--~--]t---F~]k~.[MORE WEANER PIGS; Choice t ~llvana Mr ann Mrs. .. ....... ~ tnaruiy stanumg room at u~e~ at]n- " .... ""*-" k.,, ~. .. ~ feeders ann oreeGers irom reD- Well known here both m~Ve~:n ~?[~re~t3~i:nLe0gUS~ue~[ /pond, and several Cubs managedt Murrga;Y~rl~aag~o~~'" henry! ruary litters of Yorkshire cross- aduated from the Ar-[ ...... g ........ -'::v --*-~*'* wer"l /to make nice catches. It was not-[ ...... ---- ........ o ...... [ es and purebred Chester lh School nlCt:t~*ig v,E?....... ; '"~."~ - ~l led that the girls proved to be asiMONARCH wood and coal range [ Whites Last available until irch was" beautifully ren~rt~ans ;gre t~prl~ogot~UnaCtn~nl [good at catching fish as the$ Late model, all white porcelain:[ July. Sunday Lake Ranch, one w,*,-,~,, p,,r, ....... ,~,,~,-~ ~=,v,,.,..u .... I P I ~ boys. . . . I Very good condition, $79.501, mile west of 99_ south of Stan- ite~,~,---~ .... ,,,,1" ..~a.hlChurch,. ~ bazaar to be held m De-I. [ The flshmg was supervised by1 complete Henry Murray, ArlI wood blackto In uire" Hemhel" . p. q and red'rosesP ~There[ cemoer_ : ane~ grOUPr akin-aXsthcnSmre"I [Cub Scout officials, ington. Center service station on 99 i ereu pmns m m g e p .... " 'el program during ~.^..~ c,,,,,~.,,, ~..~.....~ ~ ....... [ l~m ~ ~~ 7. ~ Miss Doris BottenI~.,,u, o ..... s .................. z ,= : l more attractive. ' Mrs. Dean Eie]d longs. After the pro:!and Mrs. Fred Morris conducted[ Mrs. Edith Froom Wisdom announces the engagement.of her I~ ~ 8EAg m[mso oF t0s A~0aES was a snort penou]two clever little contests. Re.[ daughter Virginia Jane, to Mr. Davh~ R 5ulhvan, o~ }vasmngton, f| ~ Former Navy Chaplain and Marzlage Counselor h pie ac.quamtanceslfreshments were served by thel D.C. The wedding ~s planned for mid-June. }| ~ m -- -.- 1.- ere could congratu-lhostess Mrs Dan Lund and Mrs." . ----" . " t t. ,nored couple and re. .... an--n [ Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hoaby El ...... a._ I ast lwo ermons ~ut the old days. Overlex" ~" n ~u~ land children of Tacoma visited I'[l~il~litlll %.lUt~ IU [| ~~ - ~ ere present A de C~ . . "lMiss Irene Fingarson of Seattle, lot the home of Mr and Mrs. Fred,l_L^ ~l~ta.....g--L-., 11 .. .. . , ...... neon was serves oy L~I%~ ~ CiIIt~LII~U oftile ........ ~,,u,~h Mrs Idaughter- of Mr. and Mrs. rredlrmgarson" the past week. [ ]| Our Savior s Lutheran Churt ..... :'; .. ~'lFmgarson, flew to Clevelanol " * * * I Warren M. Pressentin, ranger/| ~~ ...... ~: a stster ot vlr ~ot / rs ~ ~anuvlg, pastor Its' Mose poured" An: Ohi'Hf::o~dviHsitwit:ndhe~fiance'l]aBY SHOWER ion the Suiattle District, withll ~ " " :, ~irs. Jack Hawkins, tents Mr and MrS.'Howard Hup'~'[ Mrs, Orville Chri~tofferson.(theiheadquarters at Darrington, will il~ Public is Invited ~e u 1 ~'P former Ardis tloffland) was non r ' The happy co p e[rr~;ld L~o,~,v ret,,,ned fro~ "1 . '.. _ . - transfe_ on April 26 to a ranger | ~ 7:45 Friday Evening " tany beautiful pieeeslf'+e(~+~ ~n+~t+~+in i(~ro.+" "'lUred at a oaoy snower grven position on the Wenatchee Na-[I ~ ,,~ax~r t~a~v v r+t~wr "~rtv+m~-,v t~ ad everyone who wasl "+:d:'" ~"~-:'~'" ...... :'" .i tnursaay~venirlg oy .~v(rs..t;net tional Forest with headquarters[I ~i ~w~w ,,,~x, ~t ax~,w~,~ ~.txx,-.~, ~x~, ho,~,~ ~,~ .... memor t A oert kiuII, rne son or ~wr. analThompso~ ~nd Mrs. Dicx ,-ins- o roke Veenatcho~ c ..... v~o,.~ll ~i~i a~r~,v v a~ ~axr~9,, e ~a"~t "~o~ian "'Mrs Bob Huff invited David]bet at the Thompson home ~ ~'~ '" ,,~,h:~'R'~'" I ~~ ~.,,.,~. ,~-~,u ,A,,a.,. a ............. . . , g . ...... 1 Brandner ............. k-t , , Danub].o. Miehae) Larsen, and[Mrs. Lindberg being.ill that eve- er NatiOnal Forest announced][ 7:45 Saturday Evening PAn'~v I~awara Melnart to olnner on roSining, ner place was taken oy ner today /~i~ ,,,~,,, .............. ,,,, ...... ........... leleventh birthday, Thursday [mother Mrs Clarence Hanson, In [I ~ ~1 ~ l" "l'O I'IU~.~J.NJ~ urn Lord nap a olrm- A ril 16 ' " ' ' ' r ~ " )n Tuesday, Anril 141 p ]assisting thehostess. Those p 0s-[ In Arlington - Phone I344]1 ~ AND WIV~,S - - ' ent were ~vlesaamesvaugnn'. - . . . t KILLOUGH ( LEANERS ghter Susan.Susan MRS VERD HONORED [ ...... ' ................ T E i - ]| ~ This meeting is for married people or engaged couple~ lreo invitort tho fnl [-~- ~ ..... /~:cn~l% ~tum x~tump~u., . Ior = ,.. -,.-;----~..~ .... :tu~ mnxnDAY " |Greathouse, Howard Koskela,] ALTERATIO~ [~. ~ only. Must come together. p or ner mree- an(] Gatherin"~ at the Will Verdn ......... ith Jr Sam .... ~' ~ d " ~ .-~ I ~ /15111 uyan MaCK ~m , ......... , paaymates: tin- home Monda" for a "otlucP~ ...... "- Iv' ~arlond Ken ~ ~ ....... I Y P ,/l~OlIlan(1, r'au In 1~ , -| VlCK Dena DanUD10, lunche " h r " - a--" ....... I on In puP ofMrs Verd./ny Chrlstofferson, .Bob Meln- I ,=~ ~ ....... ~., ,m~m,m~mm, m~.-~ rglslan, ~atn Hun b ~ ' Y " irthdav were Mrs. E. E. Muse/tosh Jack Sturgeon, John Smith, 1 ~,~ _~ __ . Larsen Dennis Mrs Martha Rile,, of Everett'|, ' ........... " ~-_-~- , 'r'~ -r'ln"~'~l~ ~'9*~] l~~ ~AV~N~ Charlene Peterson ~ r ,]Fred ivlorrls, l~ussell Anderson, ' x~: W~ ~.~*,-~i ..... ,/Mrs. E. M. Adams, Mrs. Albe t,~|Lowell Beath, Phillip Bjorn, Olell ~ner, uarol Jo l',an-IHarris, Mrs. L. A Wheeler, Mrs.[Christofterson and Miss Margie I ~ IN EVERY tommy Terjeson. I Edna Verd, Mrs Lillie Meier ] ns n Sendin~ ~ifts but un [ "~,C~/ , Thom~_ o . ~ -, ~nces Nebel sent a]and Mrs. Waylan Starr. A showerlable to be present were Mrs., ~ "% , ,, , ,Uld not come. The of gifts followed the lunch. [Keith Williains Mrs Joe Shank [ ~ | ' ~ " . ~estive with a color[ * * * /and Mrs. Emma Barlond. The[ L\\ ~ ~ I 01nk and green, bal-I High school faculty coupleslov,~nin~, was st)ent at "Cootie."l I| ~ Ill ~ I ors for all the chll-[met at the Mallard Lords after[Mrs Beath won high prize and[ LI "X~ [] I[~~~1 I ~thers, who came inlthe junior prom for a no-host/Mrs" Hoffland low MrsHoff-~ ~ [] "~ I ~ompson, Mrs. Chas.ldaug]ater, Mrs. Charles Boyee,/p " " * * ~ s. Larry Kirchgess-land family at Spirit Lake laStlMiSS WEST ATTENDS ~rAlr TT'Im T~AI~T~'E~T~ ur .... Kanikeberg, and week. He~ was. accompanied bY,LIBRARIAN MEET v~,.u~-~v~J IerJ InlS son ~reo " [ Miss Gladys West, the Arling- SLIPS I ton high School librarian, at- [tended the annual meeting of the Washington State Library Lots of slip value at a Penney-tiny Ann]- BIG WEEK! Association in Wen~hee Satur- versary price! Top and bottom, they're U day. The meeting Was held in DON'T MISS Ithe new Wenatchee Junior Col- eyelet trimmed, so pretty you'll want sev- , . lege. In addition to their bus- eral at this price. White, sizes,32 to 44. THESE VALUES! remamed for a top employer group would return toliness and study sessions, the li- .~,~ mt of 1953 negotia- the district or local level and brarians enjoyed a tour of the ...... ~:i:;::~ 5 ag Portland meet- dealwith the union on that basis Ohme Gardens and the valley ~~ t between the IWA- In fact, it has always been the The trees were all in bloom. ~:: :~:~*"" t Oregon-Washing- privilege of either tide to with- ,* * * groups. The unioh 'H~aw from so-called broad" ne- Mrs. Earl McQuesten had a :;::::::::i::i:::: i:::: :: ::if!:::::::::::,:: ::::i~:, :::::.:::: ;::~:::: ,, ~d the employers' got]at]pus. Just three weeks ago, birthday dinner Saturday eve- !! ::::!:::::: ~ ::::~: .i::: :::: :: :~::::" ::'" .4::::::" ,'-::~ : renew ~he contracts one large "IWA union in South- ning on the occasion of her little ~: Yeast without chcmge west Oregon, Local 7-i40 at granddaughter's first birthday. ll~loyers rejected an Reedsport, withdrew its bargain-.~lso nresent were little Cathy ~1 to submit the un- ing authority from the IWA Sue's ~arents Mr and Mrs. Guy ~~ad~.J (~s to a Board of Ar- Northwest Regional Committee, McMahan, Mr. and Mrs. Dale and signed new 1953 contracts Price and Leo, Chuck McQues- 16-17 session was with the companies. These agree- ten, Mrs. Ethel McQuesten, and the Federal Media-Iments were signed without any the other grandmother, Mrs. A1- .: V~::'~i:~ .... ~: !~,~ t.onciliation Service change in the cost items, i. e. ta Long of Darrington. After din-! ~]1~~~~:':~: v:-:~::v ... ~ I - .i:~::::.. ~:!~!:!~i:":!i:iii!: :!;: !:!:i~, ~!~ ~ad charge of the,wages, vacations,' holidays, etc. ner Mr. McMahan and Chuck en- ~.~\| atiations st-Ace calletllTri.County Loqqers Tryin~ To tertained the group with guitarI ~~::,~,~. lployers in February.I Setle With,m* ~-,,~* and mandolin music I ~i~'." -,~ ._z the meetings ~ast[ ~'-me lo~''-~ ....... ~"-o ~-" ~" Mr and Mrs. Albert Colstont ,_ S Commmsloner[ar~ n"-P" -* .... " ....'-~--"- vmlted Mrs. Colston s niece, Rose, ~er r ~ rrin" to the/ ea u~ 11 O O~attlg /d.[t: Ot:'glll" , .. ' _ , e~e g . I nine, t- ,~xn,,,~ ,,mv,, ,'-,~,'e-- ,w Ann Hammer, an Mount vernon raplo er pmposa ~bove ~ade the fol-Ier the increasing uncertainty of Sunday. On Tuesday the Col:, rnen't. "Neither of maintaining normal production stuns ana me AtWOOa ~mlms om ~l~~~ als have been ac levels during the 1953 season some shopping in Seattle and ~e other side and we Demand and prices for logs are drove on to Gig Harbor for the d .... ~a..~,~, ,~i~lsteadily trending downward. In day. b~';'~.~=.~'~..'at~[ other logging areas such as the Mrs. William Runkel of Eu- ....... ~ -.'-'lbor and Columbia River some up- ents, Mr and Mrs. D. Gibbins. .~ii: user memou m .... with her ct t ...... ,.,. ,evel[eratlons are down completely or~ Her httle boy Jimmy is ~mt ~ u,.m " hem th-'a "eadlockIsubstantlally curtailed even at Mr. Runkel wlll come for t he-" ~'e ~ave notIthis early time of the year., i later on. , o~erprocedure or To date the IWA leaders are: _o_ r~promise or any- [ either misinterpreting the eco. i ~'d~|l~'v ['.h~n~l" tld appear to be of[nomic facts of life or deliberate-: 8. ...... Jv':".r'--" ~se negotiations."l]Y ignoring them The Tri-Coun-[-~.a [~hn~r ..... /ty employers are anxious to keepi top t.eve~ ~ecJO-|their crews intact and want to A large crowd attended the "~"~:-~'*~" Rayon and Acetate WOMEN'S BLOUSES 4 PAIRS Lon~ on value, brief in price! Band or elas- tic leg briefs with elastic waist at a value- packed Penney Anniversary price! White, Rayon Crepe! Tailored in all pink, blue; small, medium, large. ,O the best colors for summer wear ! Vinyl Coated CANNON TERRY 3 PAros TOWELS Waterproof vinyl coated rayon jersey. Small, medium, large and ex. large colors white, ~]}~D~-'C maize, pink and mint green. O Large size 22x441 Extra heavy. Seven gorgeous colors! HAND TOWELS ........... : ........ Women's Leather WASH CLOTHS .................... 14c CHENILLE Comfort casual a low Penney Anniversary BEDSPREADS price! Sturdy leather with buckle attach- sent for good fit. White, red, benedictine for -- A. Summer saunters! 4 Fine wavy lines of pin point Men's Smart ehenille in all the best deeor- ator colors. Full size. Fringe maintail] the present high wagei last meeting of Fidelity Chapter, all around. Mr. Walker's state- level if possible It i.s conceiv.iO. E. S., held Wednesday night, ~r~[ spokesman for able, however, that the present April 15th, .TUFTED ,re :on-Washington offer to renew contracts and thusI Mrs. Grace King, worthy mat- Comfortable denim oxfords, perfect for PS Mr. H. J. Gree-maintain the present wages and]run, welcomed all members, and beach, casual wear or just plain relaxing! RUGS v, made this state- other benefits might have to belvisitors, Florence Carpenter, ot They're fully lined with rayon faille, have V/,., IV committee withdrawn if conditions become]Bethel Chapter, Granite Falls, feather-weight cushion-crepe soles and the employers of mugh worse. [Grand representative, to the heels, snug elastic gores. Wheat, blue. 6-12. Size 279 in the Doug- The IWA woodworkers Could]Grand jurisdiction of S. Dakota. 28x50 * " see no point in make a real contribfftion to the Mrs. Mary Pitzer, worthy, matron rigs. We believe, economic stab]lit of the industry of Columbia Chapter NO: 33, Ev- All the best colors. Non,skid these negotiations they work in, and the communi- erett, were escorted to the east. However, we leave ties in this area as well, if they and asked to sit with her. ---our offer of April would call on their union leader-i Birthday greetings were ox- en]on." ship to start thinking in terms of' tended to seven members. BOYS JEANS LUXURY the fact that news taking steps to protect their jobs Worthy Matron~ Grace King, in several pa- instead of risking their loss from welcomed the Rambow girls as back. Washable. Zipper Front SfZE 24x36 ........................... 1.Tg What a buy! Regular 8-oz. Sanforized PENCALE twisted the lack of work. special guests. Carol Hammerly, denim with orange stitching, rivet-re- say that the Sizes rSag*t! con-April 21, 1953. Worth Advisor, was escorted to inforced construction. Heavy duty zip- SHEETS we feel that TRI-COUNTY LOGGERS ASSOCI- the east, Daddy Advisor Harley per and snap fastener front. Four O~'12 Robb, was introduced, by .Iver pockets. , have this ATION, Inc. P. O. Box 609, Ev- Drivstuen, Worthy Patron, and 81XI08 ............ 3.69 explained, erett, Washington. given a gift. Each Rainbow girl .... was given a clever gift by: -the l~rokell 0||" NOTE: This is the sixth in a series of Boys' Pdnted 3.49 that Commis- factual reports on 1953 labor negotia- Worthy Matron, A special song , 72x108 ............ to the ne- tlons between the IWA-CIO and North-, was sung to them by the choir. 79c west timber industries. These paid in- All members and visitors then Pillow Case level," mean- sertlons In ten selected dally and week- enjoyed pictures of Dr. and Mrs. " . Greeley's state- ly papers in the Tri~County area lxorth ~ito the same in-of seattle are intended as a service to O. G, Kesling's trip. ' $ 49 the employes and famiUes of the tim- Penney s celebrates in a way Mum can' ;otiations cover- br industry as well as to the general NeXt meeting will be May 6th. appreciate! Bright new designs that Sizes states west of public. Mimeographed reproductions of Mother's Day will be observed the Portland ne- either past or current reports on these O 2-18 The finest of luxury sheets featured at an Anniversary low price! Yes, you mav buy won't wash out in quick-drying, no- these on Penney's Lay:Away ironing cotton plisse. Short sleeves. Plan! ,.I~ .... +~,,~ ~ negptl~tlons will be supplied free of] ~r~_~ ela-~lfl~d ads gel re ,~*o,..,.,,*,.~,*~,-, *" charge on written request to the above" 7"-=, --=Tc;-- mean that each address, stats ~-none eva.