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PAGE FOUR TIlE ARI,INGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASIIINGTON, TtIURS., MAY 2,q, 1953. The Arlinglon Times THE TI.ES yol. LxvY--- --- xo ~kltl~riptiom Price $2.50 Per Year; $3.00 per Year outside Snoho- ~dsh County Issued every Thursday. Published at Arlington. 1VUhlngton, by . THE ARLINGTON PRINTING CO. J. C. CARPENTER -- FRANK MARSH ~]L C. CARPENTER ...... Editor & Mgr Znt~red as 2nd Class'matter: in the Post Office at Arlington, Wash- --ED-}Tb--R I A L ~n_2, under the act of March 3, 1879. PLEASURE DRIVING OR COMPETITIVE DRIVING There was a time when pleasure driving was a con> men expression. However, with the development of good highways, and a car in eve - garage, competitive driving 1seems to have taken the place of pleasure driving, for if one goes for a jaunt in the family automobile he soonl finds himself caught in the current of traffic and is obliged to compete for driving space on the highway. It seems some "eager beaver" is always tramping on the gas right behind and impatient to swing around and get up behind the fellow just ahead to go through the same nervous antics. Since Memorial Day this year occurs on Saturday, the holiday will offer no opportunity greater than any other week-end to most people to get as far away from home as possible and still be able to get back for Monday morning, so there should not be as great a toll as usually occurs on a three-day week-end, due to competitive driv- ing. But we still believe the competition will be keefi, so if we may offer advice, we would say "take to ltle by- ways" for that pleasure trip this week-end. [~ It]on [ * of the State of , , Federal Economies eff ts 0~0 ] WHITE HORSE [ A meeting ,,as .held at the[ ]lWhite Horse School last Fridayi]~r~te~rv ~-~axra~ I.~ "Our local .public Mrs. Nellie George,_ Mrs. M. Fleming, [ evening between the community ..,~,...,k,o~..~.j """""9 ~ongresslonal aeie~ O~rqo'~clOFI2 ~ eorrevpondinff; t. I0 ~ l ,* Ibers OI commerce Pree,, Wedding I; ays lax assocmuon ]groups will scan each; " -- r I Washington citizens should ex-carefully. But oul At Bradley Home ' i aecept With gooa ~ pect the federal economy axe to that Washington be used here with some regular- The home of Mr. and Mrs. F. ity in view of the high rate of its just share of R. Bradley was the scene of a federal expenditures in this ture reductions." quiet wedding on Friday evening, state, the Washington State Tax- The Association May 22nd when in the candle- ~payers Association said in a that the per capita light, amid a floral bower, Miss statement today, governmental Shirley Brumbaugh was given in marriage by Mr. Bradley to Walt- "The trouble with economy include industries moves, personal or governmen-tract for defense pt er Tungate, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Tungate. The dou- tal, is that they are much easier account for another ble ring ceremony was perform- to approve in general terms thanWashingtontin of per State.capita in specifics," the Association ed by Rev. Breedlove, of Sultan. said. "But economy does not re- First legislative The bride was lovely in a street length dress of white sat-]. , ..... Mr and Mrs Karl Gladsjo are sult except through reduced ex- in Olympia in 1854. - itei w0olley nome ~riaav lway 22no, Bolster, now a i in with lace and carried a wh ., . . , penditures someplace along the arohid eor~a~,e and wa.~ attendedlMr" Skaglund, who had been in the proud parents eta babyboylline. Okanogan county, ...... -- -- - - - .-'il/ ~,oo~, ~,,- ,~,,~t,~ o.~,~,~ ~,~,~ born 2Jay z~ ar tne ~verett t~en-~ "In Washington State, govern- paper before the by Miss Joanne Bradley as mare , ,,~,, .... ~v, ~.~,,~ ........... ~' ornl haenlt.l VI~ wold, hod in atI ~ ~'~-'~- Vror ~re-- was blue reeenny sola DiS large ranen ........ v ..... , ...... ~. ....... f mental payrolls have accounted began. ............ .~ . u o~ . . .' he,,~ o,,a ~,~,,oa ,,, ~a,.. xxr....u,~., seven pounds and seven and one-I for a larger share of per capita .n~A ~ho ,.~.~rl,~a ~ o,~r~c,o ni nlnK .,. ,~l.,~ ,,,,,.,.u ~,, ~,~ul,..-,, ,,...,1.,~.,.. ..... , rosebu'd~ ................ to be near his daughter, Mrs. nail ounces and ~olns a sister!income than in most other -" " ....... and Chet Barr. He also leaves a son Karen and brother Larry. [states. In the latest tabulation . "me mot~r, ~ t~rameYoom,s Harry, who resides in California. Mr. Jud Cope of Squire Creek[by the Department of Commerce, Saul Hirl ~virs. aung e .a _ne. g ~. bb Funeral services were' at 1:30 received word last Thursday oflmore than one-fifth of individual gran~wn~/gear,c:/sr2 eA~,aXenk~ar' p.m. Tuesday from the funeral the death of a brother back in income in this state was shown eaen o g oi p " parlors in Sedro-Woolley. North Carolina. to come from federal, state and Consulting nations. The groom's bestman Miss Laurel Waller and moth- local government expenditures. was his father, Clifford Tungate. The White Horse Community er of Seattle were week-end vis- "Further, 2.7 per cent of our pop- ~ LAND The candle lighters were Miss Club took its turn last Saturday itors at the Jack Swilling home. ulation was in federal civilian Patsy Merritt and Miss Laverne in feeding the crew that worked Mrs. Swilling ret~arned to Se'attle employment. Only two other TIMBER Groendyk. After the ceremony a reception was enjoyed by the close'rela- tives and friends with the' groom's aunt, Mrs. Ella Evans pouring coffee, and Mrs. Sarah Prichard serving punch, with Mrs. Marlene Lewis in charge of the guest book. The newlyweds left immedi- ately on a short honeymoon to Eastern Washington. states had a greater percentage of federal employees. "In view of these circumstanc- with them Monday morning for a visit. o In Arlingten - Phone 1344 on the Darrington recreation hall. Those on the committee were Mesdames McMahan, Rob- inson, Cl, oer, Templeton, Barker, and Mabel Bryson. They also KILLOUGH CLEANERS wish to thank Si Gilbert of the for Home Grocery for his coopera-[ EXPERT CLEANING 00000000000000000000000000 0000000 es, it would be foolish to expect any thorough - going economy program by the national admin- istration to by-pass the borders ROAD Phone 2095, Bank Concrete, Mrs. John Slack and son Pat spent several days with her par- ents at Hamilton. John and Bar- $ lene joined them on Saturday and helped the parents to cele-t~ brate their Golden Wedding awI ~, i . niversary which was held at the ~ |j I school cafeteria One daughter I flew up from California for the & Membrial Week-end Rhodo-lsas, Wisconsin, Massachusetts ~rSsn~viarion Finch and son ~ dendron Boat and Bus Tour will and Mexico. A light shower atlv .... n Wh|t~v ~nd Mr nndt~ AmMOUR'S STAR leave the American Building, noon lasted only ten minutes.]l~Ir's.'~1~oore'an~'daug~hter-of-Se-: ~. 2rid at Madison, Seattle, 9 a.m.]Visibility was good and the na-[attle visited on Sunday with thel~ PRESH CRISP Saturday, May 30, conducted by]tive state.flower staged a mar-]Rush Bradlev family "i~ PICNICS ..... lb. 43c LErT .co, Puget Sounders, Inca non-profitIvelous exhibition I ~-^ ~.~:,~= ,m~aY-- ^... ,..~,1"~ . . . " . lvl~. r~uit/l vv t~uoiit uui iu~t~ AR, MOUI%'S STAR orgamzatlon) m the interest oil Highlights of the tour included]teacher, left by bus Thursday ev-[~ wasnington, aevelopmem, rour'[visits to the private rhododen-[ening for San Francisco to visit[a~ BOLOGNA ...... lb. 45 u.s. NO. I WmT~ SHA~amRS l~ Recreational, Esthetic.. . Idron gardens of Herbert G. Ihrig]her son Irvin, who was in port.]~ ~aturaay, the tour ineluaes:]and Ben F. Nelson; Flower-laneslHe is in the U S. Navy During AsS TED POTATOES ~ o2 Drops at Lynwood, Everett, Lake!along the Hood Canal; a noted]Mrs.' Wisdom's absence, herl~ LUNCH MEATS .... , lb. 45 ~tevens, Granite v alls, t:anyonlgarden cafe at Chico; numerous{classes were supervised by Mrs.l~ FANCY SWEET JUIG~Z Creek Lodge for din~er.b:s~rlo~[sites being considered for an en-[Viola Anderson. [~ Ranger Station and te .. [larged network of cross-sound] Mrs. J. E. Daniel aceompaniedl~ CRF-~CENT " ORANGES . az Doz. Mount ,l huck: hen to V"ng and Hood Canal bridges, and th