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PAGE EIG[IT TIlE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASttINGTON, THURS., APRIL 23, 1953. % i lOllCicer- 7'ra f t '' Mrs. Iver Fngstrom Phone 301J4 Stove Converts School Room Did you know that an oil stov( can blow out enough black soot to transform a portrait of Abe Lincoln into one that resemblesl Old B~ek Jo~? Tb,~ o~p in Mr~ Ball's room at the Tr~fton school did just that and a lot more when it blew uo early Friday morninu ~_reetin~, the teachers and students with smoke and soot when they arrived. Luckily the mesq was confined to one room C1,os fn- the d~v ~,,ore held upstairs while the janitors repaired the stove and en,~e-v- ored to vacuum and clean up the terrible mess. JoI~ Engstrom ACbem:ls FFA Meet John Engstrom represented Ar. ilngton ttigh School at the Wash- ington State F.F.A. Convention at Pullman last week John left Tuesday night from l~.verott and traveled by train with other del- egales from all over the state. During the four days they were there they toured the Agriculture buildings of WSC and heard many lectures on different nhas- es of farming. They also elected next year's State FFA officers and were guests at the public speaking and parliamentary pro- cedure contests While there, John was honored by having his application for State Farmer ac- cepted. Ite was raised from Chap- ter to State Farmer at an initia- tion on Friday and presented a handsome gold pin. Captain Ing Nerland left Sat- urday for the fishing season in Alaska. Word was received Mon- day that the Minnie B had struck rocks, badly damaging her bow. She was towed into Alert Bay for repairs. Ing was not at the wheel at the time of the acei- flenL but it would be safe to wa- ger he didn't lose any time get- Because at space limitations, I ~nd problems of makeup in get-[ ing the paper to press, it is often[ :ound necessary to omit churchI mtices. We regret this, but be-] ~eve the necessary announce-I nents c~n be published each ,peek if the following rules are ~.ollowed: Announcements to contain on- ty: Name of church, address, aame of pastor, time of set,Vice md sermcn subject. All notices "o be in Times office by 2 p.m. tuesdays. ~hristian Science Fir.~! Church of Christ, Scient- ist, Fourth and Dunnam streets Sunday School 11 a.m. Sun day Service 11 a.m. Wednesday testimonial meet-, ing 8 p.m. Reading room, Church edifice, open Monday 2 to 4 p.m, and Wednesday 2 to 4 p.m. and 6:45 to 7:45 p.m., except legal holt. days. The subject of the Lesson-Ser- mon for Sunday, April 26th, is: "Probation After Death." Golden Text: I Corinthians 6:14. God hath bpth raised up the Lord, and will also raise up us by his own power Zion Lutheran Church, Silvana J H Myrwang, pastor Saturdays -- 9:30 a.m., Con- firmants. Saturday, April 25---8 p.m., La- dies' Aid Spring Sale. Sunday, April 26 -- 9:45 a.m., Sunday School. 8:00 p.m., Family Night Social. Arlington Grade School musicians present the program. All invited. President Dwight D Eisen- hower signed a Bond-A.Month authorization card for Savings Bond saleswoman, Mary Pickford during her recent visit to the Nation's Capital. They are shown above with Mrs. Eisenhower, who ring there , ~ Fsrst Lutheran Church, Lakewood Mrs Claude Brazelton s sister ..... ,..- d. H Myrwa,~, ,,a~tu~ Mrs. Agnes Van Roy and her ,, ", _, ~'-^^ ~. ~atumays -- x'uu p m uon- her mete Mrs Ida Johnson both - . . " " '~ "' ' ' e nrmants meet from ~%eattlewere guests at th ~ ~ _ " ...... ' ~Unuay April Zb --- m a m, Brazelton home a week ago Sun- ,~ ~ A ..... an,, ~unaay ~CnQOl. 11. a.m., Divine ""ft." , ....... ]services. Special music. All in- Mr. ann ~ars AI ~arxa anOlvited Julian Garka enjoyed a trip tb[ ..... Okan~an over the week-end,I .... ..... f ~t|vana and Latcewood Parish where they wmted yqlth thelr sis- The Lutheran Free Church ter and family O. J Haukeness, pastor h O- S Jl:wl:trv Silvana: Saturday, April 25th---Confirm. ation class 10 a.m. ARLINGTON, WASH. Sunday, April 26th -- Sunday Au~orlzed Dealer School and Bible Class 10 a.m. Divine worship 11 a.m. Offering Hamilton Watches for our Christian schools. Monday, April 27th -- Choir :)ractice 8 p.m. Lakewood: Saturday, April 25th---Confirm- ation class 1:30 p.m. Sunday, April 25th -- Sunday School 10 a.m. Divine worship 2 I h~ve been wonderfully bles- p.m. Offering for our Christian ning, 7:30.. .... sed in being restored to active schools. , ut~e study anu prayer ~nurs- Die after being cripuled in nearly Luther League convention in say, ~p.m. .. . _ every joint in my I~ody and with Olivet church in Tacoma from . ~O~ll g.roup ~unoa.y, ~ p.m. mnscular soreness from head to Thursday, April 30th, through Mrs. carol ~vtc~vianan, maser. foot. Y had Rheumatoid Arthritis Sunday, May 3rd. -- and other forms of Rheumatism, -- ~eventh-Day Adventist Cnurca hands deformed and my ankles Congregat/onal Church Sabbath School 9:4~; Devotlo~ were set. A. D Brokaw, minister tl services It a.m. Mid-week set 45 free Tuesday, 8 00 Limited space prohibits tellingl Sunday Church School, 9: " : you more here but if you will am. Sunday Morning Worship. -------- write me I will reply at ()nce andl H o'clock. Sermon, "Religion As Catholic Church .. . tell you how I received this won. a Side Issue. earner oames n. ueaoy, pastor derful relief, t--------- Sunday masse~ [Our Savior's Lutheran Chttrch Arlington -- ~J a.m. on first, ~ [A|~ ~ |~ J Burke & Newberry third and fifth Sundays, 11 a.m. 1~= IL~|~ ~ [ w n v~ a~tor on second and fourth Sundays IIll Ed in Sa d "g, p ,~ w " " " n ~,,,~n~,, ~h~,,~ ~t ~.a~ am. Stan ood--9 a.m. on seen d ~. 2805 Arbor Hills Drive 1"2'"':~"~ ~It'-"k*~% "~" w'ith and fourth Sundays, 11 a m on worsnlp service at x~ a.m. I " " P 0 Box ~122 " v hrst, third and fifth Sundays " ' I the film, Fruit of The Li ing, Jackson 7, Mississippi I Word on Lutheran World Ac-~ ..... ' ' I-altn A~0,1~lOn unurcn Bro. Adamson in charge is the Honorary National Chair- man of the Women's Advisory Committee for Savings Bonds. Following the example of the President, House Speaker Joseph W. Martin, Jr. also signed up with Miss Pickford for the regular pur- chase of Savings Bonds. Miss Pickford serves as Asso- ciate National Chairman of the committee which is currently con- ducting a Women's Crusade for Security, a campaign to increase ,sales of United States Savings Bonds through the systematic Bond-A-Month Plan. tion. Friday, April 24th, at 7:45 p.m. Rev. Egertson to preach. Saturday, April 25th, at 7:45 p.m., Rev. Egertson to speak to a meeting of husbands and wives ONLY. ~odist Church Arnt O. Quall, pastor Church School 9:45 a.m. Mrs. Dale Price, supt. Morning Wor- ship 11 a.m. Subject, "Born to Be Crucified." Choir practice W~dnesday eve- Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning worsrup, 11. Evening worship, 7:45. '~eei~lb' .~ trices T u e s d a Phursday anu Saturday, 7:45. Firs half taxes must be paid by April 30, 1953. Sm~h tm)menl extends tilne of second half t(, Oe- t()i r 31, 1953. Failm'e to pay first habf by April 30, 1953 neeessi- tat(,' ,s paving the full .years tax at one time. Inlerest at charged after April 30, 1953 to (late of paynmnt. VERNE SIEVERS, Snohomish C(mnty Treasurer ALL POLISHE W .H. FOWLER , First ~tist Church Robertson Hall Services at 2:30 p.m. Sunday. Rev. Burgess Baggett, of Pine- hurst, pastor. Church of Jesus Christ, of Latter Day Saints Sunday School 10 a.m. at V.F W b;~ll l]'~ I~l ~.C~ k.,.tl U i'tLll.~,o. Darrington Methodist Church O. I. Borseth, pastor Sunday School 10 a.m. War. 'ship 11 a.m. evening service 7:3{ p.m. ~ Church (Darrlngton) Mass every Saturday at 9 a.m D~'-~'~gton Baptist Church Chgs. F. Brown, pastor Sunday School 9:45 a.rm. Worshin, 11 a.m.; preaching ,~er vice 8 p.m. Midweek servic~ Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Calvary Pentecostal Darrington Sunday school, 10 a.m.; morn. ing worship, I1; children's church, 7 p.m. evangelistic set vice, 7:30 p.m . O If,( ,., Blllll II II ~l~llllill I11 [l Ill Nation's Leaders Sign Up For United States savings Bonds' Arlington N.P. Builds The cars were 1952 program but New Box Cars was delayed by in The first of 1.000 new 50-ton tain steel. The building! calls for gradually s box cars being built by the production which will Northern Pacific railway at its Brainerd Minn., shops began cars a day by June 1, rolling off the assembly line this pletion of the order by week. Total cost will approxi- Sixty-two new mate $5,700,000, according to are on this year's President Robert S. Macfarlane. gram at Brainerd. IT'S GOOD NEWS! To speak evil of no man, to be no brawlers, but gentle, l ing all meekness unto all ~en. For we ourselves sometime foolish, disobedient, deceived, serving and pleasures, living in malice and envy, hateful, and one another. But after that the kindness and love of Savior toward man ~.ppeared. Not by works of which we have done, but according to his mercy he us, by the washing of regeneration, and renewing of Ghost; Which he shed on us abundantly through Christ our Savior; Titus 3:2-6 FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, Fourth and Dunham Arlington, Washington A Branch of The Mother Church, The' First Church of Christ, in Boston, Massachuett~. SUNDAY SCHOOL ............................................................................ 11 SUNDAY SERVICE Testimonial meeting every Wednesday at 8 p.m. Reading Room edifice---open Monday 2 to 4 p.m. and Wednesday 2 to 4 and p.m. excepting legal holidays All are cordially invited to services, and to make free use or the Reading l~om. Christian Science program from The Mother Church, Boston every Saturday 4:45 p.m. on Station KJR, Seattle. Evangelistic Services continuing nightly (except day and Saturday) from 8 o'clock to 9 in the Legio~ Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, the Son of God, and you are amongst those who are: Now justified by His blood (Rom. 5:9). [ Now received the atonement (or reconciliation) ARLINGTON HTS WHITE HORSE Norita Tveit, Phone 256J4 " Ill Mrs. M. Fleming .... Now made free from sin (Ram. 6:22). I ]! corresponding. Mr and Mrs Dugall Anderson[ ' n " Now . . . delivered from the law (Ram. 7:6). . .. , Don t targetthe date A,_nl md family, Mr. and Mrs. ~nn' Now condemnation ha Christ Jesus (Rein. Holbeck and Mr. and Mrs. John twenty-s~xt.h. Gr.an_ge no . . . D-nielsen were v~,~-~ at the[iS sponsoring a irlecl CflleKe ~..'~'" ~. *'2'', "" I dinner at the hall from two till Thousands are already in eternity, LOST I They ell ularence ~wansons ~unaay ..^~.. I ' ' !four m the after,~,, discern the importance of that little word 'NOW. Mrs. Harry Carlson attended] T~,~ n~-ve,, H-des ~f Swedel meant to repent and believe the Gospel; but they put it the Sunday, SchoolUn~ermeet-[ Heavenare buil~fing o~ to theirI pu it off, until, alasl it was too late. Therefore, my r, "'~ ............ ~ '~ " "~house. The new addition will[ press it upon you, NOW is God's time; trifle with it, The Choraliers met Mor~daY[enable them to enlarge the front evening at the home of Mrs. rreu~room and kitchen may be McDonald. They had a birthday Roy Green is building onto and NEVER! cake in honor of Bill Buckley making other improvements on after their singing lest. the house he recently purchased Mr. and Mrs. Bill Buekley, Roy from his son Felice. He expects I,enhart and girls, Mr. Cutler and to move his family this week. Gospel meetings in the" Arlington Gospel Hall' Gertrude, were dinner guezts at Mr. and Mrs. Art Ryals and Sunday n/ght at 7:45 and at 8 ~'clock in the OSO the Harry Carlson home a week children of Seattle were Sunday munitv "Church" buildina ago in honor of Harry's birthday, visitors at th~ Jack Swilling -- -" Little Ruthy and Carl Wagner home. =~ rode in a "train engine" last F--0~ W I I N'-6--gM~ Wednesday in Skykomish while the train switched around the yard Their parents, Mr. and Mrs. i Floyd Wagner, accompanied the children to Wenatchee where they visited friends. Mrs. Thelma Tveit and Doris Bissell, and Mrs. DxusieWood were visitors at th~ Best home Tuesday. Doris Bissell has pur-FROM COAST TO COAST PEOPLE ARE SINGING THE PRAISES G chased a trailer home and plans to find employment in Seattle. MODERN HIGH- OMPRE$$ION LOW-FRICTION SIX IN THE "Grandma ' Wold, Sharon Brown, Beverly Thompson, Mrs. Ford's 101-h.p. high-eompreesion Mileage Maker Woody and Mrs. Brown were up over the week-end. Mrs. Carrie Aberge and Mrs, Edna Adams were dinner guests at the Vic Freyd home Sunday. Dick Swanston visited at the Andrew Swanston home last week. He is on his way to Long Beach after spending a few days at Port Angeles The Vic Freyds visited Vic's brother in the Everett hospital Sunday tie has been quite ill but is improving. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Norman and son Harold had an enjoyable day when they visited at McChord field last Thursday Harold left Saturday from the Seattle-Tacoma Airport for San Antonio, Texas Mr. and Mrs. Harry Carlson, Mr. Cutler and daughter Gert- rude, and Mr. Lenhart and girls were dinner guests Monday even- ing at the Buckley home. They were honoring Bill Buckley'sl sixty -fifth birthday. Happy birthday, Bill. [ Mr. and Mrs. Torleif Vislig of] Seattle and Mr. and Mrs. Melt Bertch and son of Everett, were- visitors at the Art Tveit home on Sunday. Bill Arvidson was a visitor at the Floyd Wagner home last week. He has spent eleven months in Korea in the A. F. radio repair division. -- O SCIENTIFIC MASSAGE Regional and General G. A. WATKINS A.O.U.W. Bldg. Phone 1694 C@ . LID OPTOMETRIST BAyview 9015 2612 Colby Avenue Six has become so popular Ford has now gone to record production to meet the record demand. Ford's ll0-h.p. Strafe-Star V-8 is still stealing the show, too, as the only V-8 in the low-price field And both Ford high-compression engines offer the fuel-savings of Ford's Automatic Power Pilot. Fifty Years ONE OF 41 ' NORTH MORE" FEATURES OF THE F.O.A.F. Everett, 'Washington FELEPHONE 1771 ;~Arllngton's Friendly Ford Dealer Since 1931"