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PAGE FOUR THE ARLINGTON TIMF , ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURS., APRIL 30, ]953. i Ar[s! g n ] SHOPPING [Children's Program e so 11 GOLDS RR I At Washington School THE HALLER CITY TIMES . ' . . According to Mr. Johnson, a The auditorium of the Wash- Vol LXVI l]'lursdav, April 30, 1953. No. 1 druggists life is not all aches-, 'ngton school was filled Friday ............. ,~ ..A ., .; ....... and pains. The other day a maul afternoon for the snring program ~il~crlptlon trice ~z.~ t-er ~ear; ~o.uu per lear OUmlUe ~nono- . . j . . wdqh rn,ntv ................ • ..... ,~,~, ..... ~'k,,,oda,, Pubhshed" at Arhn" ~,ton, steDped. Into his drug store and] presented, by pupils in the Lln- - tust ~tood there seeming lost in • • tWashin ton, by . , . coln school under the direction g thought Mr Johnson asked if he ils of THE AI~INGTON PRII~rING CO .... .. • ...... of Mr. Albert Kuhn. Pup J. C. CARPENTER -- FRANK MARSH cauia .help n~m. The man sala,ithe Trafton school also presented "t r MV wire sent me ior some me- -~L C. CARPENTER ......... Edi or & Mg . .. : . . .~ ..... a program. ~ered as 2nd Class matter, in the Post Office at Arlington, Wash- aicine, out l.can'trememoer what: "The Months" was the title of ~gtton, under the act of March 3, 1879. ~ne nahme^2s. ALwa;v2. neipIu2 the program begun with a very MI, dUIIII~UII d ,~/%t:r (.I, YY Jt~t tll J~ ] EDITORIAL SCENIC SPOT Maybe we're a little "nuts" last Sunday we visited the about wi, ldflowers, just now, be- state parks at Deception Pass. We cause it s spring, but we also believe that there is the mostlfound that the Oregon grape is s~enie spot in the entire state. [at its best right now, some ex- It is now possible to drive to I cellent specimens b e i n g in Cranberry Lake, and along its bloom over in the region where ~_ore to a parking spot on the[ the salt air blows. The dogwoods, w-~mhore. We visited Bowman's too, are just about to break forth Bay and noted that folk are al-, over there, a little in advance of l~eady picnicking, and enjoying those farther inland. i it sound like? .... It sou~ds like a big city," the man said. Mr. Johnson began: "New York? Chi- cago? London? Liverpool?" "That's it!" the man said. "Cart-' ors Little Liverpools." While in Johnson's I admired their large display of fraindship cups. Such lovely things. There were two predominantly black that espe- cially took my eye. I'm going through a black dish phase' just merit for shopping. Every time I stuck my head out the door the rain came down in buckets. Those bathing suits look too pretty to get wet, but they'll fool you. They are Jantzen and made for comfort in the water, beauty out of the water and long wear. It will be time for swimming again before we know it too. Schools will be out and the beaches will be gay with people getting a lit- now, but they were all beautiful, tle respite from that sun that My doesn't the sun look good?[looks so good today. For a while there last week I had ------------o begun to believe those Jantzen 5ELL IT--If you have any artlcb bathing suits An Hammer's win-I of furniture, not m use, try ;dow should b~ standard equip-I Times classified aa. amusing rendition of the sto~. oU numbers entitled April Showers, Three Billy' Goats Gruff, by ~Irs. a Baton 'Drill Team, The Juggl- Simpson's second graders. Mrs.'er and Down in the Paw Paw Joergenson's room represented Patch. The school year came to a October, with an Indian dance fitting conclusion with Mrs. and harvest song in costume. No- Snyder's Maytime Pageant. This vember was the month for the also was a third grade room, soup song and flower lullaby, with spring and the flowers and sung with spirit by Mrs. Hunter's other tokens of Maytime nicely -----"-- pupils. They sang distinctly and portraved. had evidently been well rehears. The~ first two grades of the ed. First graders in nightgowns Trafton school, Mrs. Denny's and pyjamas made an appealing class, gave "The Three Bears," picture as they sang "Away in a with a talented little Goldilocks. Manger," and Jingle Bells for The third and fourth grades of December. These were Mrs. the Trafton school, Mrs. Bull's Reed's children. Mrs. Jensen's room, a second-grade class, sang "The Cuckoo Clock" and played "Skip-to-my-Loud' the girls in bonnets and long skirts. Mrs. Storwick's first-graders repre- sented February with a Valen- tine song, using big red hearts and sang a song about George Washington, using hatchets and American flags. Mrs. Atkins' group of first graders gave a clever presentation of the Seed Cycle, followed by the Barnyard song. The"third graders in Mrs. Ward's room displayed their singing, dancing and acrobatic talents in a succession of four group, gave an unusual rendi- tion of "Wynken, Blynken and Nod." The program showed careful preparation and good organiza- tion, and was carried out on or- derly manner. There was no con- fusion and the children perform- ed very well. The costumes were appropriate and effective. As an example, the Indian costumes for the harvest dance were made of burlap and gave an excellent effect when seen on the stage. The teachers as well as Mr. Kuhn should be congratulated on the success of the program. Too Late to E----fi-Q b--g known "ABC" yardage--Reg. 89c 59c yd. at HAMMER'S DEFr. HILLTOP 4-H GIRLS The Hilltop grot vana 4-H girls, he lar meeting on Apl home of Arlene Nysether. Arlene and Mar demonstration on nut bread. After stration, Mrs. different ways of The meeting was der by the It was decided to Tea on May 2nd. The program planned by both the boys 4-H was again Following the ous lunch was Nysether. The next meetin at the home of Lynn Ratekin, on Storwick, reporter. fl~e stenerYand at Rosarioand Beach.Wild flowers here ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ For the first time in many b I ly years, since as a youngster, we Get one can a so ute the hugg , you • u~l to pick "Curley Lilies," we set lined up at June's saw them growing on the mossy[~ rocks near Bowmans Bay. WellW mlppose they would be called[~ "Dog Tooth Violets," by the hot-[~ artist. Yet it seems to us they are[IB larger than the.common variety, l~ although we are sure they are ofl~ the same species. ! In addition the rare Lady Slip- Per, the "vanishing orchid" ~he Northwest, were found. Seeing these wild flowers in FREE!! Baby Cereal rood Store in Snohomish tell you that ours is the See us for details. Large market that caters to the Package ........................ "cm'riage trade" with the best of everything for baby's diet . . . and the best of food values For a Better Start in Life C rber s for Mom's budget. Here. Baby Foods us, mothexs shop easi- full bloom and respected by the C~n Iy and quickly for the finest foods for tiny tum- lmany people who visit the parks, ~1 mies- and super-values . are thankful that we have ~'dJLC Cans ,C in top.quality foods that state parks and that they are Pr°tecting such fl°ral species" i~It was the first birthday ,__ -------- ~ i help them baby the H. A. T. Club . !@ wholetastingfamilYmeals withever./granddm/. Copr. Adve*fiser, [xchongl Inc. 1953 Observes Birthday . @ .... for:~ With your coupon~ Miss Wisconsin Mild the H.A.T. Club last Friday.[ WESSON OIL .... CHEESE..8-oz. 35c 13,% -~embers and guests met at the[1~ l [Ai LI ,:HF R !i!3: ]'.i home of Violet Jensen, where the[~ Black Orange Pekoe & Pekoe 16 Duff's Devil roofl . " -Oz. Club had been organized a year[~ ~ SWIFT'$ PREklIIIM • 18 Pkg. ago for the study of heirlooms,[~ TREE TEA . . . c ,ags CAKE MIX . . . antiques and traditions of this[~ ~WIFT' June Rose---A truly fine flavored Durkee's vicinity. The birthday cake also|~ -Lb. ~elebrated the natal day for the[~ 12 SALAD D ESSING . . o, 45c MARGARINE . . ,kgs. hostess, who.made her contribi]-l~. 'A' 29 ’ Pabst-ett American Food tton to the treasure chest. The• " Lb. Grogan's one lighted candle was molded, l~...H~ C E . . . . ,o. 79c GREEN OLIVES . from the candles which had been • • • ellghted on the various birthday BEEF HASH with MEAT cakes throughout the year. Old books and autograph albums SWIFT'S PREMIUM SWIFT'$ PREMIUM RoyM Chef Alice Love SmM1 Fries Pillsbury were the subject for the eve- ning. Mae Pautzke brought the i~ OZ. ~(~ ~ ]6 0Z.,’~ famous White House Cook Book. ~-~, ~= ~'~ Elaine Pompella brought a tiny (:AN (AN book of verse belonging to her ROAST BEEF With 25c maternal grandmother. Eleanora ,,~, , eou Eliason brought the cherished SAUSAGE family Bible of the Aldridges in SWIFT'$ from Everett which the first entry was dated PREMI UM $WIFT'$ PREMIUM 1802. Autograph albums and lmst card albums bore more re- L~ge 2 35 tent dates, the oldest being 1882. 49~ 4 OZ. 2/39c 7 20-Oz. Water Large 21/2 ~ .Lb. ~['her~ was an interesting col- (:AN Can Tumbler ........ Can ........ :..~ Sack k~Lion of glass baskets both old and modern. The history of the POTTED MEAT LUNCH TONGUE club was an interesting and Tuxedo Flake 1/9 Siz~ Columbia Kosher Style amusing review compiled and SwiFtS Swlrr's __ __ ___ __SUGAR KRINKLEsTUNA ..... . ii . . can. • • DILLwashing POW'~leWES . .... read by the historian, Violet Jen- PREM I UM . PREMIUM P ~n. ~E$~-wltn Free ~ucKer i~ each pox Piggy Ball "~ ",'OZ,, Eleanora Eliason was respon- 0L Q/9 c 60l. a • SYRUP ane and Maple . sible for each member receiving Sl;AGitET i a gift of modern glass when the (:AN (:AN e~l~$-JJ ~j~ ~de President, Bessie Giersch, re- 103A 15c LrOorrpFlmABe " ~ Large minded them to keep in mind DEVILED HAM VE L LOAF T SAUCE VE . .... ,~,. the club's motto, "The trifles of " • today are the treasures of tomor-, SWIFT'S SWIFT'S Sunny Jim Cashme e " - ..... row." Guests for the eveningI A TOILET SOAP . • ;J "* were Della Aldridge. Hilda[ PREMIUM , PREMIUM M RMALADE . . . r- 33c Young, Bessie Shoddy, Viola An-[ ~ -- -- ---- derson and G~n Connacher. [ 3 0Z. ~./~_.~c Z 0Z. _~_~ :S!LVANA '[][ CA H " "~ ~ CAN ~ ~ 4" :L ' Snowdrift " Mannings Fam s NorthernBr : . OU || Mrs. IreneVognild, , ]OI]TIENIN ITIIROf_... | correspondent, '[ 'Sill The Luthera~ Ladies' Aid will] With your coupon. ,' qsq, J meet on Wednesday afternoon,, May 6th. in the Salem Memorial[ With Coupon. hall, with Mesdames Martin Ny- |ll settler, EO. l~osenbach, and HaaK- LD on Wahl as the hostesses, and .Lb. ~. extend a most cordial invi- Can ............. ..Can Rolls ration to all members and friends to attend, The Sons of Norway and the Daughters of Norway will meet Standby Whole Sections 0 Plants GRAPEFRUIT 2 35 in Viking hall on Tuesday eve- " Z. * • • • • Cans , C ning, May 5th, at 8:15, prompt- There will be an important Ca Silver Bow Creamed businesslY" meeting which will be n Cabbage Plants 39c HONEY 14°~ 25c followed by a social time and re- '" • • • • • • • Ctn. Garden Fresh f~shments. Dozen ................................ K~d Convention Celery Plants Grn. Onions2 The Women's Missionary Fed- ~ Dozen ................................ oration of the North Puget Sound Cauliflower " Local Grown in convention in Our Dozen ................................ _._ .. o R a;sl, e,.. "z Circuit met Savior's Lutheran Church in Alyssum Stanwood on Tuesday. Those from the Zion Lutheran Ladies ..................................... HusbyAid attending were Mrs. Elmer Marigold A and Mrs. Irene Vognild, sparagus who were the delegates; Mrs. SMOKED SHOULDF-A~.~ .................................... Iver Drivstuen, Mrs. J. H. Myr- • Pansies wang, Mrs. Beatrice Rod. Mrs. Lb. Dozen ................................ ~l~l. * Olive Rod and Mrs. Send Dahl " ' " N Sp d 6 attended the afternoon session. ~ ' ew U S Mrs. Drivstuen was elected to SWIFT'S OP, JOLE SLAB serve as circuit treasurer for the * This Week's ensuing term. Lb. • • • Jackpot Winner IPete Satra Here Mr Pete Satra, who has been LINK Willi ~.-~ Large Sunkist- living in Anchorage, Alaska, for am oops L the past year with his daughter croons .. and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold • • Lb. R. 1, Arlington Brue," is visiting indefinitely TASTY--IT'S PICNIC TTM~ with his relatives in this com- munity. , • ____._ . • . Lb. Fmnily Night A small but enthusiastic audi- ~ ASSORTED ence attended the Family Night Social in the Social hall last Lb. Sunday evening. Rev. J. H. Myr- • • wang led the devotions and also conducted a group discussion. A~ , ,,,, vocal solo was given by Mrs. C. l:. Rod. Iver Drivstuen gave an ~account of his family's visit to @ LARGE Prices effective in Arlington on May 1st and 2nd, 1953.--Every item unconditionally guaranteed. No sales to dealers. ~he Anacortes Lutheran Church @ BROWN DO~. the right to limit. on Sunday morning, when his grandson was ba Unclassified--Wash. Calif. White Shafters Local--for Pies or Rhubarb...