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THE :ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURS., MAY 10, 1951 PAGE A 'YT= __ )efll base tl g ,rid I - \ I - :ert rll I 2o child is ever barred from tooT--are be ltreatment at The Hospital be- annualI cause of race, religion, status of ~~~'sllife or the inability of parents ~v~s, P ital, which be-lie pay. ~'~,,~,ay 1, and willI Sixty-eight per cent of care is ' "~~14. "~(olfree care. These patients are |-",~u, nocheck istoolable to receive treatment be- ,~ .... Idtuse of the generosity of those ~olunteer workerslwho contribute their pennies and ~^sraall brownI d~lars to The Hospital. ~oPes and PennyI The Children's Orthopedic ~ ~l~ with the fam-I Hospital has received national ~o homes, apart-J recognition for its outstanding "/Y ~'t~iees and piae.es~contribution in its effort to care ~_.hHled" with] for and help crippled and rock ~~tv~enty~-] la'eip to make possible this insti- ~~ ~';nc~ar-:] --Penny Drive organization is ~~ chil-]headed by Mrs. William g. t~'tl~ seen] Reed of Seattle. Each guild and ~om. a sev.en-] auxiliary throughout the state ~pit~a-].l has its own local Penny Drive ~s~pfi-1 c~airman. To date there are 365 ~moret. han 6"4,- ~ guilds and auxiliaries in the ) le~_~',.."~ents havecomel state with a membership of )~~a~em&l m;re than 13,000 and a mem- ~~i:~u~':s~wr~:r~~~o ~.;~d yi:tue _ :.~ing, I do not know, but I have ~~e~v--where]c0mplete confidence in Him, in ~---~t.~'~o riches where]His power, His wisdom, His love. [~'_ - ............ [Therein is a power that gives .,~: ~hinese Prnw, rb. ]serenity and peace. ~,~W theneS, c._.._ .... cr~.[ ---Bishop W~lliam Lawrence. Spiritis_loveIts love, " ~ ant's ~, genue't There is never an "nst ~~l~ss,~ truce between virtue and vice. ~ "~aiast" su--ch-'-t'he-re[ Goodness is the only investment ]that never fails. ~Galatians. [ --Thoreau. or graduation. ' RICHTER Jeweler Washington S Yo me .... "Bob" Wallituer !It' ur He Training at Memphis a i ii!~i!i!:i!~;e;~2~!~ ~ob~rtL Wa~,t~r a,r~a~ apprentice, USN, son of Mr. and I University of Washington Mrs. M. J. Wallitner of Route 1, Arlington, Wash., is undergoing ~ ~ IO[__ [out and the bag clings closely ~~ a 14-week course of instruction january s ne in may Ito the surface of the pie, remove ~1 at the Aviation Structural Me- chanic School, Naval Air Tech- Fresh apple pies, made when[ and twist the end of the bag ~| nical Training Center, Memphis, cr,~ mxuWashingtn~m~ ~. vu,~,, applesaare at,.,,.~,.t*he~ tightly, fold the twist over once ~| -~:~ ), ....... a : .... r-~ month~It form a "gooseneck" and seal ~| Tenn. Waltitner, wlio was assigned ~..ff.y+~:~'..~:~'~:,~,~,~ and]in place with a tight rubber ~| to Airman School at Memphis, cenaml "~L'=" k" ""=pleasure v ...... ot~ ~"'~'*'Iamilyour yllband~... Freeze ..... at once. . ~~.o ~ prior to entering this school, and friends. Just make several] me aomw to serve a dehc- ~| entered the service Sept. 18, 1950, the next time you bake and lious pie with no more effort ~~ and received recruit training 'froo~o |art of them [than that involved in removing ~~ at San Diego, Calif. Before enter- :--Success in Ireezin~ an aDDle lit from the freezer, taking off ~~ ing the service he was graduat- -: "~- wra in and laci it in ~~' ie de ends u on the reventmnlme pp g p ng and was employed by Weyer- Pf disPoeloratioPn of t2~ apples,]the oven, should be a satisfac- A COUPLE OF WHATZ1TS for the Navy's communication station ed from Arlington High School, avoidin~ a so~gv crust and the]tion to any housewife. If stored at Jim Creek. The big machines mounted on huge rubber tired hauser Timber Co., Everett. use of pac~k~a'ging materials]in a paper plate, transfer the wheels are electrically driven, containing generating units. Each o------------ which will effectively seal in thelIrote|, p m to a meta~ one^anu unit is equipped with huge snowplows and also a bulldozer blade HOSPITAL DAY n~v .... d -ualit,, of the hie /men oaKe m a not oven, ,~uo ~. ~ SATURDAY, MAY 12 .... "- ~.'~?. ~ ,.. ~.. ..... ,~..~" oiler five minutes Open the oven And mounted high on the steel |Tame is a drum and cable In observance of Itospital Day, nori-n of one month slice the[door, slide out the shelf and cut The equipment, it is understood, will be used at the station to The Arlington Hospital Guild ~el~d am)les into 'a solutionla vent in the top crust. Continue, keep clear the roads which ascend the mountains on each side will hold their annual Hospital c=ontai-nin~'-the iuice of one lem-Jbaking for an additional 70 the creek canyon to the antenna towers situated high on Wheeler Tea and open house at the AT- on to each ou~rt of cold water]minutes, or until the crust is and Blue mountains, ling|on Hospital on Saturday. required to'cover, to prevent|golden brown and the apples The equipment was manufactured in Texas, and it required a flat Hours 2 to 4. discoloration during prepara-[tender. " " I car to transport each unit. ~ _------_.--- The public is invited to attend. tion. Should you be preparing[. pies which will not be used for[| two or more months, be sure of[| satisfactory results by using as- [| I~ i ~ ~ P i ~~ I $~11~ corbic acid for protection. DiPl| I | I I Aft/ the slices of apple in a solution[| i~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ [ ~ I of one teaspoon of ascorbic acid,i tW E I ] I I I E ! III1,11 in a pint of water, or sprinklel| ~ ~ ~ I ~ ~ ~ "~~ ~ I "q~" the apples prepared for each pie J| with one teaspoon of aseorbie[| acid in its dry form As a final | __ . step in preserving the color of[| ~ ~ i ~ | the apples, do not cut the usual]| ~ ~ ~ ~ | vent in the top crust. This tech-[| ~ ~ ~ | ,nique reduces contact with the]| I 1 air. II ....... ! The use of plastic film bagsl| ,~ provides the easiest means of[I __ __ _ /Am ~% packaging pies for freezing.,, Am ~ | f/ Place the finished pie in a plas-1| ~ k | "~kII '~ ~ ' !tic bag. To eliminate air pock.[| ~ | -/ lets, submerge in cold water, l| IV ' i | "I ikeeping the open end of the bag]| -- -- I out of the water. A dishpan half]| ~ , ~~ ifilled with cold water will pro-~| i | vide sufficient water pressurel| .... ____ ~ r --~ ito force the air out of the bag.I[ ~-~ ~'~'~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~i When the air has'been forced[| [|| Illl|lltltltl'l|~|l Ilt|l I$1|| / Lakewood P.T.A. II i|ll|l I|l'" I|l [|! i|li|l i|X|i I Sponsors Hobby Show] III111L I Iil I!1 IN! IIk ! ] The Lakewood P.T.A. is spon-II r i soring a school 'Hobo" picnic]| .... % ~ r .-~ ~ ~ ~:.:~ '~ ! to be held at the Lakewood[| --lf~K /i|Ik ]|I Itil~J t~K :l School May 11. I1 "lIm_ _I I|1 ,t[ , There will be many interest-J1 I| I 2t.'t ing events during the day, which[| !I i1111 1 /B, I] IP2, - i starts with the children'sparade m I I I / I I at 10 o'cslock. The Hobby Ex- II 1 given in the various groups. A OFFERS EOR t good ball game will end the .......... It ~ ~ } day's activities. There will be ~I.I~V D|]'I)~I~ "~.1~. -~ fun for the whole family. ~II:,lIl [~JJ[%~r~ I "--'~-- ~ Those who have hobbies are ....... ~-'----- -- urged to bring them for the Ex- IN THE TIMES WANT ABg hibit. - ........................ Babies up lo 3 years of age may be entered in the Baby Show. The next regular meeting of _ _ ., the Lakewood P. T. A. will be ome postponed to May 24th. S body can use that old plow, disk or harrow, that old machinery Arlington Ladles you are not using-get rid of it-put it to work... Flower Show Judges - - - Mrs. Albert Lamp, Mrs. Jess Cohoon and Mrs. Edward Soper were among the 50 accredited judges from Washington and Oregon who judged exhibits at the Greater Seattle Flower Show held in the Edmundson Pavilion last week. The Arlington ladies took part on May 1st when the whole group were guests of the committee at a luncheon given at the Edmond Meany Hotel. A large number of Arlington peo. ple attended the big show which attracted more than 12,000 vis. itors every day throughout the 5 days. On May 3rd Mrs. Albert Lamp l and Mrs. Leo McCullough were i guests at a Primrose tea at the picturesque "Whispering Firs"i home of the Slonakers at Similk Beach. Others attending were] members of Anacortes and Oaki Harbor Garden Clubs. Finali plans were made for the district meeting to be held in Anaeor- tes on May 16th. WHITE HORSE ' Mrs. M. Fleming, correspondent. Mr. Blackwell from Everett had the misfortune to break his ankle in two places while at ]work with Jones & Anderson on Monday of this week. He was taken below in the Darrington Ambulance. i Mr. and Mrs Twilligear were ] " I m Mt. Vernon on business on Tuesday of this week. i Word from Verier Hoglund in I the General hospital in Everett is that he is somewhat ira. I proved, although the condition i of his leg is still serious. Dan Skaglund has returned to his home in Swede Heaven after I surgery in the Swedish hospital in Seattle. He is much improved.' Mrs. M. Fleming took in the Sports Show in Seattle on Sat- ! urday of last week. i Ronnie Rinker has been called ! to take his physical for the Navy. I It is not known at this time !whether he passed or not. George Adams left on Tuesday of this week for a three months' visit with relatives in Kansas) Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lunsford will~ occupy his house during his~ absence. Mrs. Barney Getsehman left last week for Vancouver to visit daughter Joanne and family. She will also stop in Aberdeen and Tacoma. o Give now to The Children's Orthopedic Hospital P e n n y Drive. O in il and SHOPPER PLEASE INSERT FOLLOWING WANT AD: I NAME .......' ..................................... ADDRESS ................... -- ................. I ' I rao~. ....... ~.._ Ii,--- 65e Minimum Charge for 25 words or less. I Cost 3c word 1st insertion--l c per word for each additional inser- per tion. , I ~ Insert,o!:~ for t~,e prricl~ ('f :~ I Classified Ads must be in the Want Ad department not later thau /Wednesday 5 p. " i i i r ~'i'nil ~ '