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May 28, 1953     The Arlington Times
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-- -- -- __ ...... _.=_____ .,+ +un+,,l s+,,c+ I + tnnb,on S,wu, l Class es Schedu +l ,Is Friday For Leslie Larson I 1 , Inna ? 13th +n I.I+ 1tiCk s and pupils of Arling- A large concourse of friendsp ~~ ~ ~~ L ~ll ~ ++~+++ I IMII5 i~ llJlbfl LII~ IHl +. -LVII, fl bist N 6 re all set and relatives gathered at the + ..... l: ++::+:+ + . . • o. 1 a -~ ~ .................... [ ~ ~+~ ~J~ ~ ~ / ..... This week boys and girls of thetonly swimming skills are ta ht ingl ..........- ............. hqr last res-'ects/ ~~ / *~~ / ~ ik~ chool distrmts in tile two coun- in the courses but all types of lr which will come to tu~u~Y., t?~ePmYor~ oP Leslie iJohn| ~~ I ~ i i ~ ties--~nonomish and Island---willlsafety in or near the water. In • " ........ J * • • ..... be in " • ~m,~:wl ~ ~ n 1 ~ taR g home to thmr parents thin art of the countr, sw ! Friday, May 29, at 1 Larson 45 who was killed m an + ~ ::~ ; : the . P y, im • accident at the Associated Sand/ ~l~ ~ ~ I i ~ :::~:: . announcement of time andland water safety are all-ixn- • . Gravel Co. lent south of Ev-" ~~ :+~ ~ ~ m ~ ~:i:~"I PaaCpa?2X h~P~ b?~:~me~c~m P°~:t'following Water Safety a..ettvlttes started l.ast &rett on ThurPay morning May/ ~~~/~ I~+ Red Cro~s S~h"~l ................... 5" mmg, wnen a capacity 21 ..... ~ • ,: ~ . + . ~ . c uy. u~1:~ct~ p~u.-!sene~me aas oeen announeea ~y ,n,1 ................... : .................| ~ ~ ~ 1 ~ ~ ~ vine transportanon t n r o u g n the local Red Cross cha ter" • ucu the ~emor tAa~ .he ~ervlt:es were cunuucteu + ~ . . . P • , . .- . ~. ' .... [ ~ ~ ~~ ~ ~.:~ ~ school buses for the children All Gramte Falls Arhn ton Lun Saw t ' i o rin oy l~ev A u. J~roKaw pastor or : • • g -- - , he R p, R a , c" ....... ,,~.~ c~ h .r o h | ~ ~ ~ ~ :~ ~ .classes are taught by American deen's Park June 29-July 10 ~oar" , , the.~..+.~...~ ................ • :~ : : , . , - • in West nrogram ,.. - r .... rlin-" n Fire/ ~ lh~ ~ ~ ~!:~ ~ ~ Aed Cross trained Water Safety Marysvflle, Monroe Snohomish d - ' ivlemoe S OI [ne ~ gto ~+~ + :~ ,:~ , ' . , a_y evening a largelDepartment of which deceased/ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ instructors. Children from theI--Lundeens Park, July 13-24. .0~ parents relatives]was a member for over twenty[ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ B ~:.ii age or mx up may participate in Lake Stevens. Mukilteo--Ltm- of the sixty-two years acted as nallbearers and[ ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I~! ~: +~ the masses.. These masses are deen's Park July 27-Aug. 7. Se .... ' .... ~::'::::%r mnnea so that each bo or ]rl Edmon " " : mors attended thelhonorar, ~allbearers l ~~ ~ ~ ~ 1 ~ P Y g [ ds School - Dmtrmt--Sil- ~ate services, "Rev E t - -- ~-'~ ~,,--* Z- ""ne 17 [ ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~/~ : has an opportunity to learn to ver Lake July 27 to August 7 g delivering the ser- 1907, Leslie or ("Deac") as he[ ~ ~b~ ~ l~l ~ ~ :: sw~m or to go on m swimming Whldbey Island (Coupeville, ]- ~,,: ~ ~,.:~ • • .... m ! ~:~ SKills through the mtermeaiatelLangley and Oak Harbor), Aug • [was known by his~ many friends : .~ .:::~ ~ram n da " i r" ...... > ~: ~- ~:~:: and Advanced Swimming cours-ll0.21 held Wed es y had spent Ms hfetlme n A hng- ,~-; ~ ~: ...... e t " dine hundred Eighth ton. He attended the Arlington[ ~ U~/ i::/ es and ~en tally become an ac-I Everett--Sliver Lake July 6-2"/ eCeived their certifi-lschools and was a member of the[ ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ cremted t,l~e ~aver. J-- " land July 27-Aug. 7. td th~ ~i,dor~,~rten/f~m~,,~ a r4 .m ('haronion~hin| ~~ I ~~ ~ ~ ~ i~i~ uurlng me over tmrty yearsI ~ ~o e ........... 11 .................... ~ ~ ~ ~ /~:~ + ..... ~ :~'~ ~:+ .... :';+!::~:~ Red Cross has taught Water[] . nded Wednesday, football team m 1922. [ • ........ ~:~ +~:~:Rg~ • - +~ ................ ....... :~+ ...... Safety, the drowning rate has ta A aehool , wll re ........... ~: ............... ...... S te udltor sen ors 1 He had been employed by the ..... ~: :::: ++~; ::::: ::~: d er t • ++ ..... ~ ~ ~ :.: been re uced by 50 p cent. Not . o + diplomas Thursday MasKer Lumber Co. and The Ar- /l~.:~ -- :::.~ i+~ ~~ ]~.--*L, ir~.l.,,,9 • ' ~ r~,ll~ : ~:: :~+: • [Jr IILIILII~ %,,11. Ihn ton Hardware for several .......... : ......................... ......................... 3 los Ter n announc ' e~ t ach lace and throu-h~ i:': :+ A.G. Veilleux ,., • ,... • ]eso - y rs a e p , g :: ;:; > ~i~ ~e superintendent's of-lhis friendly and generous spirit[ : %"*rel" ln;',red lanairs u. me open until 6 p.m.[had made friends with a large[ ~ ~ ~ :::! ~ ~ v~ ~ .,v .#~a [ A report to the State Auditor, 0r teachers to securelnumber of people, a fact which/ 1 +: : ][_ ~_|.~ .... Ion the condition of Arlingtons ~er checks The office]was attested by the turhout to the] ~ l ~~ ,+ ~ 111 ~,~111~!-111~. [municipal affairs indicates that ]~ .... ; • . e open. again until[funeral which taxed th~ capamty[ ~ l ~ ~::: l~ : w~th a few minor exceptions the Pttne 1. ]of the Congregational Church. I ~ 1 ~ + ~ business of the town is beir~ ~t term will be in on Surviving Mr Larson are his[ ...... conducted in a satisfactory man- Teachers institgute is]widow June; a daughter Leslie Illl~ ~i l~ ner, and the city's finances m'eo for Au~ 31st and Scot ]June and three sons John Mike[ ~ 1 l~:i~ ~ il 1 l~ [in excellent condition. .... [and Mark, all at home; two sisal ~ l ~ ~ ~ / [ The report was made by Ches- _ I ters Mrs Bertha Williams of Se- ~ ~l ~~ ~i 1 ~ ~ 'ter J Moran State Examiner l attle and Mrs. Victoria Hulse- / 1 and "foundg that the financi~ ~[]~e~.~ [man of Pomeroy; six brothers, I~ ~~ ~ il ~ 1 condition of the town remail~ .. ~ "+" ~Henning of Seattle, Fritz of Cen-] ~ l~ ~ ~l 1 1 I sound, with all debts retirement ~tate w~derivateower nt compa ~rable serwce by the EaSt,branans entered ) [B3orn here She m t rn cal ed[[ ave an exhibit o a Mar h .........traha August of Kennewmk ~ ~ l l l being met as scheduled and a to- ker k'orest ]Ivan of Honolulu T H., Louis off ~ ~ l l l tal of $31 796 42 in cash anal ill ger vacancies on the|P°rtland, Ore., and Chester Lar-I !ii~~"!i l [vestments' as of Dec. 31, 1952. National Forest have]son of Seattle. . . . L~i'!! ~'i i~I :~ ~: ~: i~,~ ~ ~+i~!i~ ~ Referring to the town's invest- ~en • • All the memoers of the Iamily + ~' ;,' : ~i!i: ~:~ : ~ " ments Mr ior~an s ,~,~'~ ~. filled according toI . ...... ~:':~. ~: ~++~+~: ~:~ ~'+:~ +. :. , , • ~ -~,+----+ ~a were resem at the ilnal rites :: :: ~'% ~:: ....... ~:~::+ + ',:i~i-~>++: ::::: : states' ' It was note th " am offme. [.. .P ...... ] ................... ~: ......... ~ ....... :: .+:::~ ............. ~:::~ ~:~+~ i "- . " [ • d at m the k .~ .... [burial was m Arnngton weme- ~ town's annual bud~,ets inv t Lewl~ ha~ assumed . . +: .~: ~,+ : ;.~.. [ , ~, ~ e~ - , ....... ; ,^.. tery under direction of Moll Fu- +~: :~:~: ~:~ ~::~" ..... ments owned b the town hay ', bio~-~^+ . ,+~. ~....a neral Home. : : ~5~ ~