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PAGE TWO GETCHEIJ, IIKeep Car Conditioned ICity's April Bills Mrs Willis Hilde. corr. ] S * " elephone 2117 , ays Highway PatrolTotal $7,726.46 J ' There's no substitute for care- At the city council session ]~m~n[e ~.N~ow'~IltlO~ ful driving, State Patrol Chief Monday night, May 11, the city m ~a,~u,~.~ ~..,,~,a,.,- ..... James A. Pryde said today, as he Dads examined the bills for the o_ c_L__, :Uren|u urged all Washington motorists month of April and ordered them ~Wy w,WLWIUUI m~i to drive safely now that good paid. The total was $7,72646, for ~.. r,..+~,.~,, ~.~.,~ " r n driving weather is here the various funds The amount a.~ ,J~,,~- o~ .... l child e . . c~ntPrtMnod.................. the Mothers and . Speed ~conslstent with eondl-for each fund was'. Current Ex: 'athar~ with a n~ngram on Fri- tlons0 a constant look-out for Dense, $1,654.44; Street Fund, ~'~-~-'~'v~n'in'~-" ~'~v~ The nro-children, and consideration for $714.62; Water Dept., $4,874.63; ~t:am~co'n'sis'te(t"of a recitation the other fellow, were the points Garbage Dept., $482.77. "~elcome Parents," by Johnnie Chief Pryde stressed. .. The items follows" Painter; the school band played Ability to stop within a saze ..._ , " ,, " ur r under ~.urrent vxpense Music m the Am Ethel Ann distance, keeping yo ca w,~ u ,~o,, ..... , o~-~-~n Kukull and Vireinia Lee sang control where children are pres- L:"; "~ ~?s"~'. .............. ~1"I~ - ,, ,, ,, ~ly(]e earKer, sal 2t)b Pictures of Mother Several ent;defensive drwmg, where ...... "-: ........... __'_^ w L lvioorman sai ,sc ao special numbers were sung by you are alert for what the other _. --. - ' ". ........ .d,-^ " I" w i ht d an times elorence ~ltcnensai z Do Mrs. Snoberger of Marysville. Ie io m g o, m y , p ,~+~....,.~ ~:1, ....... Ano~ The Kluin and Tannis children these skills depend on the con-" ............................... ~.,~o and Toni Caudle sang "When dition of your car, Chief Pryde Elizabeth Thompson, sal.._ 82.72 Your Hair Has Turned to Silver." explained ..... Wilbur R. Stout, sal ......... 34.47 State Treasurer, Pension Two recitations were given next, Motorists are advised to ".get Fund .................................. 26.00 "Somebody's Mother," by David acquainted" with their cars--to Fire Department, Salary Day and "When Daddy Was a Little Boy," by Raymond Ander- son, Audra Moreland and Wayne Tollefson. The Alloway children sang "Silver Haired Daddy of Mine." The program closed with know something of the mechan- ics of the machine they are driving. "If it seems to you something's wrong," he said, "fix it. Better still, have a good mechanic look THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASIIINGTON, THURS., MAY 14, 1953. I - __. , _ _ Moclips came to spend the day. { bright scholarshm. Herbert Swanson, C'zce~v-Traflon Also calling during the day was{ship)s from a fundf I) n i r [the transportation Returns Mrs Iver Engstrom their daughter and ram ly, M . ~ .... .~ +^ ~., ..... ,, I flulll ali~ tU lll~ ~vwa. _estr_yer, Phone 301J4 and Mrs. Ken Olson, and Mr. and Miss Kouyoumjian' From Korean Waters ,', v, Mrs. Jack Gordon of Arlington. transportation was a { .... uarence luln Mrs. May Roberts has taken~She ~s majoring m San Diego, California, May 6 !I / W~ ~ ~ employment as housekeeper forlerature. (FHTNC) --Destroyer Divisionl~leaus r. i. ~. Mrs. Margaret Marks at MarksI Aida was interes~ 171, and Commander Destroyer[ ,r~,,~ D~,^ ,m~,.+,,n +,.~, ..~... Gun Shop~just above Cicero. Mrs. I modern milking tee Snuadron 17 and his staff, are[. --~.o: .... ". "-L~ ..... .~ ...... Roberts formerly lived at EbeylMatt Soper's. scheduled to return here today][ng ozncers ~or ~ne coming year: Camp and later in Arlington. She[ "In the suburbs of after seven months in the Far[rres, clarence ~lum; wce-pres- ,, . ": ..... wishes to be remembered to her,~ o o s iuen[ rarKer uenner; secretary- man- friends and let them,_h~ said, th.~ cow. East. I r ' ~ along me streets a~ Aboard the USS Porterfield {sit;easurer'-Mabel Swanson. Betty know of her new location. Her front of the custom~ Herbert C. Swanson, seaman,[.cylesworth was appointed to ~)e son Dee is staying with the Wil- to his bottle Then in cnarge of the canning project Ham Tveits on R 5 .... ~..n ,.+^ "+,,,, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. John].t i q " ~ s -"~a~ wh ..... ~ ............... .~wanson of Route 4, Arlington,[{ s [ mely ~o ugges~ m [ en ~ +{-,,o,, h.~{l ;* ;.~ma( planting your garden this year, ~TUDENT FROM BAGHDAD .... : .............. Wash. [you plant a little extra to con- o ^~,,,,~ .... in- Mis~ H a z e 1 T.. The destroyers completed theirltribute to the school lunch this ~. 2"~'~v'."v~?/ s _ o_ _ - ,, ~,22~Z- second tour of duty in Korean '. al1 ~a[es mr me weeK-ena at ner ~,.Luw~n ~. waters [" " mother's home was Miss Aida for Thev 'served with fast carrier~ Mrs. Glen Simkins enjoyed Kouyoumjian, a foreign exchange Task Force 77 off the East Coast Mother's Day with her sons Mor- student from Baghdad, Iraq. She is here studying at the Univ'ersi- Times classified ad~ of Korea, blockaded and born. ris and Bernard, and their faro{l- ty of Washington on a Full- Phone 493. barded the North Korean coasts, ies and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mc- Tr. Exp. ...... ...................... 400.00 and patrolled t h e Formosan Farland and granddaughter. In P. U. D. No. 1 of Snoho- Straits before patrol was discon- the afternoon she received a call D R mish County, elec ........... 181.25 tinued, from her daughter Delores and . White Spot Cafe, meals .... 5.84 The Halsey Powell was cited family in Sacramento, thus put- OPTOMETRIST Union Mill. sawdust ........ 32.96 by the Commander of the Formo- ting the 0nishing touch to a / Sheppard's Serv., grease san Patrol for rescuing ten air- wonderful day. BAyview 9015 "Pleyels Hymn," by the school band. After the program, refresh- ments were served in Mrs. Lar- son's room, where they had a beautifully decorated table set with cookies, candies and nuts. Pouring were Ethel Ann Kukull anl Katherine Kiefer. In one cor- ner of the room was a spinning wheel, rug, and rocking chair and many articles from other countries. Delores Kluin was seated at the spinning wheel, singing "The Old Spinning Wheel." Program announcer was Donald Wood and ushers were Eddie Tannis and Donald Wood, assisted by Harriet Hughes Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson and family and Mrs. George An- derson and Raymond motored to Anacortes on Sunday to visit Mrs. George Anderson's mother Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bosworth and Betty visited the Vernon Bosworth and J. Robertson fam- ily in Seattle on Sunday. Those from the community at- tending the apple blossom fes- tival in Wenatchee on Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Audral More- land. Betty Bosworth, Rose Haa- land, Joan Clapp and Sheila Cox. Mr. and Mrs. George Wiggins spent Sunday at Port Blakely visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Wig- gins. Mr. and Mrs. Russ Hunter re- ceived a phone call from their daughter Celia at Fairbanks off Sunday saying she will arrive here next Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kluin and family visited the Albert Kluin and Andrew Klein families on Sunday. Mrs. Fred Lindborg left for Itubbard, Ore., on Friday, where she will spend a few days with her sister. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Boomer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mohr and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dockendorf and Gloria visited with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dockendorf, on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Dunn of Lakewood were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Art McGrew on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Fred Me- Grew called in the evening. Lightning Strikes Twice Lightning struck in the cam- munity again last week, doing a great amount of damage. It burned out an electric stove at the Anthony Kukull home. A switch box was hit at the Audral :Moreland home, also burning up the motor on their pump and damaging the electric fence. Mrs. Art McGrew reported pictures were knocked off their walls. The Getchell Home Demon- stration Club will meet on Mon- day, May 18, instead of their regular meeting date, in order that Mrs. Francis Olson can be present to give a demonstration. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Raynor and Ethel Raynor of Seattle vis- {ted at the Anthony Kukull home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Johnson, Miss Lee Johnson and Mrs. June Mattson and Eddie were dinner at it." Pryde suggested that motorists pay particular attention t o brakes, lights, tires, wheel align- ment, exhhust system, wind- shield wipers, glass, rear-view mirror, and horn: 4-H Dairy Members To Hold Meetings job ...................................... 155 men downed off the South China Ruth H. Munizzi~, Rec. Sup. 59.50 Coast by Communist anti-air- Johnson Drugs, batteries.. 3.09 craft fire. The rescue was effect- Arlington Hdwe., supplies 1.44 ed at night under severe weather Union Oil Co., gas and conditions. grease ................................ 59.82 While the Gregory was inve~ti. J. O. Hagan, lub ............... 1.801gating an empty life jacket (fls- Arlington Ptg, ptg. & pub. 10.62[covered at the scene of a crash Bracy Elec., repairs and [during a search operation, she fixtures .............................. 20.67 was. shct at bL~ a Communist Cordz Battery Shop, shore battery. She was not hit batery and parts ............ 22.05 although forty rounds were fired l logg Marsh road. tr t. In order to receive training in SPe:tT}J?E~ault, sal ............. $268.80 emdemU~:;rf ~r:st~hoC::~rs,ltha%I~ judging different breeds of dairy Gordon Quilitz, sal ........... 294.80[Escort and Blockading Force. cattle, another meeting will be W. L. Moorman, sal ......... 7.50[ held Saturday, May 23rd, to Florence Kitchen, sal ....... 9.37]Massar Lbr. Co., 2 shovels 6.18 judge Jerseys and Guernseys. Andrew Lien, labor .......... 49.25[Arlington Con. Prod., The morning of Saturday, May City & County Steel Co., I meter boxes .................... 4.12 23rd, will be spent at the John, grader blades . . 3300[Arl. Dist. Co., stove oil ...... 16.27 Klein farm, judging Jerseys andiArlington Hdwe., sup..:. ..... 1.341A. F. Heaton, ptg. and let- the afternoon, at the Albert Klein Arlington Safld & Gravel, tering truck .................... 20.60 farm, judging Guernseys. sand and gravel .............. 12.88 Hersey Mfg. Co., meter Earl B. Hope, County Exten-Massar Lbr., supplies ........ 7.74 parts .................................. 33.42 sion Agent, says some time will!Const. Prod. Sls., belt [Union Oil Co., gas .............. 11.08 be devoted to demonstrations, angles ................................ 1.86]Standard Sew. Station, The demonstrations will include Union Oil Co., gas .............. 26.02 tire repair .......................... 1.03 fitting and showing, dehorning, IStandard Sere. Stn., [ --- ear tagging, removing extra tire repair ........................ 2.06 Total ................................ $4,874.63 teats, casting and foot trimming. -------i Garbage Dept. Dr. Christofferson will be pres-I Total .................................. $714.62 ] Edgar L. Holland, sal ....... $268.80 ent to assist with these demon-,Wa~er Dept. W.L. Moorman, sal ......... 30.00 strations. The remainder of the Paul E Van Horn sal $294 80 Florence Kitchen. sal ....... 74.07 meeting will be spent to practice W L ~Ioorman sal ........ 45"80 Mrs. F. Bartlett tools ........ 13.50 judging. Florence Kitchen, sa'l. ii i 4861 Arlington Hdwe., 1 scrub It is hoped leaders will see that I James L. Lamrock labor67.721 brush .................................. 1.39 all 4-H members in dairy attendiNeptune Meter Co.,'sup ..... 20.82[N. W. Pest Control, apr. these practice judging meetings. Worthington-Gamon Meter [...se.rv...:.: ......... : ....... :; .......... 20.00~ Invite the parents to come along~ Div. meter Darts ............ 169.251Black & ~mg, s~enens ...... a.~ --parents are always welcome. Arlingto~ Ptg.-Co., [Arlingtdn Ptg. Co., Leaders should bring clippers soI ptg. postal cards ............ 19.63[. ptg. post cards ................ 19.63 all new members may have a p. U. D. No. 1 of Sno. Co., [union Mill Co., gas .......... aw.m chance to use them. electricity .......................... 144.69[ _ _ . ~.--Z='~ It is suggested that everyone Mrs. F. Bartlett, tools ........ 5399[ totals ................................ ~z., bring his own pop and sack H. D. Fowler Co., pipe ........ 3,893.401GRAND TOTAL lunch and have a picnic lunch Arlington Hdwe., sup ....... 14.02]Current Expense .............. $1675.44 at noon.--Earl B. Hope, County Black & King, stencils .... 5.57]Street Dept ......................... 714.62 Extension Agent. , Peterson Motor Co., can [Water Dept ......................... 4874.63 polish .................................. 1.901 Garbage .............................. 482.77 guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter O. H. Senff, saw filed ...... 1.03[ ------- Bailey on Sunday. I p the evening Bracy Elec., sup ................. 1.50~ Total ................................ $7747.46 the Baileys motored*to Monroe to visit Mrs. Tingue. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Olcott and Judy and Mr. and Mrs. Willis Hilde and family motored to Auburn on Sunday to visi~ Mr. and Mrs. Iver Hilde. School Picnic Sunda~/, Ma~/ 31 The Getchell school picnic date has been changed from June to May 31, due to the fact that Mrs. Larson and Mr. Bailey will be unable to attend then. Remem- ber the date is May 31. For SHOVEL DRAGLINE or Hoe Work Call S. V. LEDBETTER Phone 322W5 A" llngtou Save on floor waxes during May and June Here's your chance to get a year's supply (or more) of these floor beautifiers and preservatives at 10% off the price! B~t act fast! To get the discount, delivery must be taken before June 30th. Standard Self- Polishing Wax--with no rubbing or buffing gives a tough, hs- that res' Standard Wax Floor Spray--combines the seal- ing qualifies of floor wax with dust-controlling advantages of oil-type polish. Standard Floor Hardener-~lengtheus floor life by penetrating pores, providing a tough, long-wearing coat. Actually hardens softwood. For moro information about Standard 0il Company of California produas, call your local Standard man Greathouse Arlington,. Wash. Telephone 311 ~ood Drlvert Drive tale Cart ~hck Your Cat -- Check Acddent# ' Here's how to prove Pontiac value: First, get behind the wheel and drive it--see how Pontiac puts you oUt in front in traffic,' skims you along the open road. with surprising economy; how its big, husky high-compression engine provides power to spare. Next, take a good long look at its distinctive styling and its luxurious color-matched interiors. Consider, also, Pontiac's reputation for unsur- passed dependability, long-range economy and high resale value. Finally, compare its low price--so low, in fact, that if you can afford any new car you can afford a Pontiac. Why not come in and see for yourself?/( & Mrs. Milton Lane entertained her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Anderson, her brothers Charles and Bill and her sisters and fam- ilies, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Philips of Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. Don Kal- licat and daughter of Everett, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kane and son of Marysville, with a dinner Sunday. Besides being Mother's day, this alsq was a celebration in honor of Mr. Anderson's 57th birthday. Mr. Grote and Mrs. Bucklin spent'Sunday in Snohomish with the Wilfred Grotes. During the afternoon they enjoyed a scenic drive around Lake Rossiger. Mrs. Axel Carlson, Mrs. Jack. son, Mrs. Seastrom and Mrs. Boudlin spent an enjoyable af- ternoon Thursday with Pauline Soper. The Ed Aylesworths drove to Vancouver, B.C., where they spent the week-end exploring the big city and also the very beautiful Stanley park. On their return trip they drove to tbe Mt. Baker Lodge and had a fine time playing in the snow. The Claude Brazeltons were pleasantly surprised Sunday when Mrs. Brazelton's sister, Mrs. Essie Held, and her nephew, Ce- ci~hisson An. dy f_r_om June 30 will completely insulate ceil- ing on average sized house, 1,000 square ft. Price including material and labor--lst quality material expertly applied. Let next winter's fuel saving pay for summer comfort. Low F.H.A. Payments If Desired Williamson Bros. Phone 309W2, R. 2, Box 316 ------. (Burn Hill), Arlington 2612 Colby Avenue Everett, At night you can see farther and better on concrete. Its light-colored surface spreads illumination. Pavement edges, obstructions and pe- destrians are clearly defined. Night or day, wet or dry, concrete has uniformly high skid-resistance because of its permanently gritty texture. You can stop quickly, safely. Concrete saves too. It is moderate cost yet can be curately for any axle and concrete keeps it carrying capacity out its long service life' Conorete less to maintain, last longer. All this adds low-annual.cost PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCI 903 Seaboard Bldg., Seattle !, Wath. A national organization to improve and extend the uses of and concrete.., through scientific research and engineerinO 4-Wzg ProoF~hal Dol/ar Dollar qov can &sl a Po /iac WI=BER Fifth and Olympic ii :: A GENERAL MOTORS MASTERPIECE' O Arlington, Washington