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]PAGE TWO THE ARLINGTON SHOPPER, ARLINGTOWASHINGTON, TftURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1953. Business I Increase New business incorporationsI ~,ontinued to roll in to the officeI ,~ Secretary of State Earl Coe at ~n amazing pace during the first ~[our months of the year. The total numbbr of new in- -~rporations for the period was 'nore than 25 per cent ahead of rthe same period of last year, Coe ~inted out with 453 filings this :year compared with last year's .record of 359. April filings of this year was near-record high of 152 as com- pared with 97 in April of 1952 and 106 in March. "rhe trend in this state reflect. -~d the national figures which ~r, how the greatest corporate ac- rtlvRy since 1948. The State of ~l~ashington's 25 per cent gain ~vershadowed the national aver- .~ge of 15.5 per cent. o In Arlington - Phone 1344 KILLOUGH CLEANERS for ALTERATIONS IJse Times Classlfmd Ads -- ~ve, economical Boys and Girls' 4-H at Silvana Give Program On the evening of June 5th, the Silvana Boys and Girls 4-H Clubs gave their joint program with "Chuck" Klein as Master of. Cer- emonies. The program opened with three numbers from the Sil- vana School Band, under the di- rection of Roy M. Larson. Two demonstrations were given. One by Larry Larson, and Leroy Lar- son; and one by Delores Brekhus. The Hilltop Group of 4-H girls gave a short skit. Other skits were given by Bob and Donna Madsen, Wesley Rosenbach and Larry Larson and Robin Monson and Patsy Haarsager. Judy Ann Sesby did a tap dance and Judy Peterson twirled her baton, with Delores Brekhus accompanying her on the piano. Mr. Earl B. Hope, the county extension agent, gave a short but very interesting speech. To conclude the program, an egg throwing contest was given by the Boys' 4-H, with Bill Kopp as the winner. Following the program, re- Uses Ordinary Tap Water" k, cause only Vapor-Steam lronm without ~ I sprinkling. -- I Dry-irons easie~-futol~--weigl~ I only 3V= Ibs. i ~Bdu~ PRHTO '~epo- ~ a~omat~l~ I Fully automatlc---ul~ Ordln~ mmmrts ordinary tap wo- I tap water ! into a smith, ~ | Of Vap~-$team. | Cut Jrol~lng time in half with the Pglffro I V~soa-Svn~ IRONI Try the eemy PImgvo ~C/.. | way for 30 days. If you don't agree it's the l best steam-or-dry iron ever invented, the ~.r~'q ~ I manufacturer will return your money. ~ I Ironing goes wmoother, faster, no tiring - i lifting or twisting with the wrlnkle-proof 8d,qdeteHeetl.dlceter-- I round, heel. Preaeee tailor-perfect, no prevem $corcMng or | prmmng cloths, iroae without sprinkling 4~mD-wast|ng under-heat | .. completely automatic, reachee ironing Imp. OJ~e* .xoq t.~ I heat in 90 m~onds or le~. Usee ordinary ~e vet each morro. | tap water---no distilled Water neededl ~db~ll--S~Jn FII- ~--~ ~el need* ~ ~ i '~ Ilu,--~utomatlcanyturmto rr qnmmmemlq[ "~ ~F~rn4r~P ~] 1~por-Steom in 90 seconds. ~ ~~/i~J~ w, ooo, ooo ..sro us.s Complete Stock of Presto Cooker Parts * AL. NYSTROM, Owner vli on, Washington Phone 411 IIII Today's long distance tele- phone service, .though geared to high speed, can move even quicker with your help. When you put in your call, always give the operator the number you're calling if you know it. You'l~be amazed'at how much time this simple little acttcan save you. Try it. You'll agree it makes fast long distance service even ~aster. TELEPHONE COMPllI First Lutheran Church, Lakewood After Impressive Holy Com- :munion Services in First Luther- an Church, last Sunday, the con-; firmation class, the pastor and his family were guests at a re-i ception sponsored by the Ladies' Aid Society in hone; of the con- firmation class.--The tables were beautifully arranged, an infor- mal program was presented and delicious lunch was served. A large number of the members of the congregation took part in the reception. Those confirmed were Martin Clifford Danner; Richard Alvin! Jensen; Robert Erling Jacobson;I John David Jacobsen; Agnes Sel-[ ma Olson; Melvin Borseth, andt Donald Henry Borseth. At the suggestion of the pastor the entire group of young people, l together with confirmants of lastt year, decided to undertake active work in their congregation. They divided themselves into the fol- lowing groups: John Jacobsen, Edward Bar- seth and Norma Olson will un- dertake to plan for establishing a permanent Luther League in the congregation. Richard Jensen, Melvin Bar- seth, Robert Jacobsen and Martin Danner will serve two and two on alternate Sundays as ushers, and also receive the Sunday offering and light the altar candles in time for services. Norm Olson and Betty Ann el- son will be responsible for suit- able flowers in the vases on the altar at Sunday services. The congregation decided that during the summer months the morning services will be held at 10:.30 a.m. instead of at 11. This schedule will be followed until the end of August, and will en- able family gatherings at noon on Sundays, after services. ] Ebey-Lake Riley [ [ Terry Bunten, corr. [ [ . Phone 307W2 J H. D. Club Meets June 17 The meeting of the~ Ebey-Lake Riley Home Demonstration Club which was to have been held Wednesday, June 10th, has been postponed to Wednesday, June 17th, at the Walter Bunten home. Ladies, be sure and bring your sewing needs as the demonstra- tion on making a pressing hem and setting in sleeves will be giv- en that day. Mr. and Mrs. Wa.lt Bunten and Terry spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stuck and family of Marysville. Mrs. Carl Schmid and daugh- ters (Ursula Ann) and Kathy Margaret went to Edmonds Wed- nesday to spend overnight with Mrs. Schmid's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Hageman. While there Mrs. Schmid attended a party honoring a former school teacher of hers, Mrs. Delameter. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Walker made a business trip to Seattle one day this past week. Mr. Walker has been busy moving his mill to a more suitable loca- tion on his place. Guests at the Chas. Lawson home Sunday' were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Larson of Camano Island. Mr. and Mrs. W. Cooper made a trip to Bellingham Friday. The community is glad to see Mr. Cooper getting around so well. He has had a long hard siege of illness. Mcs. Cooper also has had her share of illness this past cear. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Solberg were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tveit of Arlington Heights. Miss Inez Akin of Seattle was a week-end guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bassford. Mrs. Del Waugh went to Se- attle Mo~day to-attend the fu- neral of her grandmother, Mrs. Zuella Parks, of that city. Mrs. O. Swearengin and little sons spent Friday with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dalgren, of Ed~ds. Mr. and Mrs. Carey of Lake Ri- ley made a trip Friday to Seattle to bring their grandson, Jackie Rogers, home with them for sum- mer vacation. Jackie's brother Timmie has spent most of the winter with their grandparents, the Careys. Mrs. Margaret Dale, Dr. and Mrs. Walter Maloney and little daughter Kathy Ann spent the week-end at the Careys. Dr. Mal- oney wanted to get in a little fis'hing on the lake but was dis- appointed, as the fish had other ideas. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Pray, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. McCabe spent the week-end at Port Townsend with the A. D. Balls. c .A. Pray and Miss Mary Ann Kuheric spent the week-end as guests of the Prays. Cl~'n Pray, who has been as- signed to hospitaX duty at Sande de Bussae, France, has written he plans for his family to come to France in July. o~ Beekeepers " Meet June 14 Northwest Beekeeper's Associ- ation will meet at the Le~ioni Hall in Marysville, Sunday, June 14. Election of officers and plans for the summer picnic. "Let's all turn out. Potluck lunch at noon," states Elsie Little, secretary, of 732 Jameson, Sedro-Woolley. O Use Times classified ads -- busy, effective salesmen:_.__ freshments were served by sev- eral mothers of the'4-H mere-I bers. The Silvana 4-H Club wishl to thank all those who attended] the program, and also thank theI Sons of Norway Lodge for the use of their hall for the evening s festivities. -- Liv Storwick, re- i porter. CLOT SOUNDINGS--Recording the speed with which a blood clot is formed, an Ultra-Viscoson is demonstrated above at the Newington, Conn., Veterans Hospital by Dr. Rayremnd Yesner, at left, and Dr. Alfred Hurwitz, assisted by technician Jear~ Entwhistle. A small ultra-sonic sensing element "feels" the blood. This machine offers new hope to victims of di~ea~e~ requiring exact knowledge of blood-clotting time. Elizabeth Soper Receives Degree Treasurer Reports $33,418.50 Balance CEDARVALE- GRANDVIEW Helen Sheppard, corr. There will be a fellowshi neeting at the Bethel Mission Church Saturday, June 13, at 8 p.m. A group of young folks from the Bethel Church of Mt. Vernon are coming down to assist in the services. We hope there will be a good turnout. Everyone is invit. ed. Eaby Girl Mr. and Mrs. M. Hansted are the proud parents of a baby girl born June 4 at Mt. Vernon. Mr. and Mrs. Hansted are acting min- ister and musician of our Bethel Mission Church. The little "Miss" will join two sisters at home. Mr. David Carlson is making good progress on the new barn and silo he is building. Pfc. James Sheppard left Satur. day morning for Camp Pendle- ton, Calif., after spending a ten- day leave with his parents, the i Paul C. Sheppards of R. 4, rela-i tives, and friends in Seattle. This was Jim's first trip home since joining the Marines last Febru- ary. Jim says he especially appre- ciates his visit home, and the Ev- ergreen State after intensive Two From Receive Vel At Washington Among the 1,074 ceiving degrees at State College on cording to a news the College, were tw0 lington, Millard A. dustrial arts Thorsen, B. S. a ors). desert training. The Quilting Club Jerry Rengler home June 3, for an all.daY the last one for the ladies decided the would be August 5 at Lake Goodwin. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Spokane spent the iting his brothers, C. A' Sheppard. Mr. F. M. home Thursday, Jul spending a week Washington. His Colville, where he graduation of his son Coffman, from the School. He returned Lamont, where he another son, 10'/. Discount Sale o, At Northwestern The city's cash balance as of f P June 1st, according to Treasurer savings on too re air Elizabeth Ann Soper. daughter Moorman's report to the city of Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Soper, R. 2, council at the regular monthly Arlington, will be among the 2,592 meeting held Monday flight, June who received degrees and diplo. 8th, was $33,418.50. This amount By taking deliveryd mas at the 95th annual com- was divid d am "- v~r~" mence " e ong tne se v a~ v .. mentor Not~thwestern U.m-funds as follows" Current Ex- Asbestos Coating, erslty on June lotn accoramg -ense ~ 458 93" " Water De-'t to announcement from Evanston ~]~..~- ~,o, _. , .. ..... ~., Standard tlumin~ Ill ' ~bz~.~; t~aroage ~)epr., ~az.z~; Asphalt C ,ating a~, - .......... [Street Light Bond Fund, $1,046.94; other Star ~ard R ~ne exercises, wm oe nero m Consumer's Deposit (W a t e r McGaw Memorial hall. [Dept), $415.00; Airport Fund, Products any ti~e during June, July 0t Miss Soper will receive a Mas-15259.64; Water Bond Fund, $2,- ter of Arts degree. 825.75; Street Fund, $2,658.79; Cu- August you will, ge~ There are eight others from mulative Reserve, $2,592.51; U.S. 10~o off the price. the State of Washington who will Securities, $18,480; Office Cash, These easily aP' graduate at this commencement. $10~ the $18,480 invested in U.S. plied coatings'haYe I 11 securities $10,000 belongs to Cur- [ added years of life to [ TAt, rl2TTG'f~r~ [i rent Expense Fund, $1,000 to Wa- many badly weathered roofs of prepared pa.per, I L~Z"-~Z~.t'., vv ~'~./u liter Dept., $2,000 to Water Bond] saturated felt and metal. They are also used ov [ Mrs. Hilde, corr. [[Fund, $2,500 to Garbage Fund, I brick, stucco, concrete and structural steel. ' Phone 2117 1152,980 to Airport Fund. Mr. and Mrs. George RauchI These surpluses are set aside[ Now, during ~arm weather, is the best ti~.e and family, ~rs. Anna Alstroml ..... ~ ...... t -f oouinment { to apply Standard Roof Coatings. And now of .... Spicer, Minn., and Mrs. Lottiel~'~'~t'"~"-'~, .... ~otlr_...en_o~r~ ~ ~n f,'l the time you can get the 10% discount..Ca~ nistrom were amner guests OIlh~n-d~ .to I today. Ask about our special sale on Standar~ Mr and Mrs John Peterson atl ........... I :--r~e .... 'a- I Collections l Wood Preservative, too. Mu. u ou.u y. " s ess l Receipts from taxes and a s "{ ~ --.AI A group of 10 neighbors and[_....,~ n,,ri.., the month of Ma,,I friends gathered at the William[ " :unte t t"2 e408201" from li -[ Hask'o home last week for a fare-[,,"~'~'~,~ e~aa ~ Ywater rentals 1 - [ , well party on Mrs. Amelia Hasko.[~'.~0~,' "~Garl~age Dept., $87b.~80; I F0t mote ifl[otmo|iofl obou! $!aadard 0i[ (o~paay of 0fliforaifl P Mr. and Mrs. Max Scott arid]consumers deposit, $40; Airport,[ ~ons Mike and Pat of Marble-IS1.00; Water Dept. (transfer) I call your ]0cu[ Slan ard man mount, spent the week-end with[S360.00. Total receipts, $7,669.97. I the Bert Scotts. ] Disbursements: Current Ex-i 3F. i=. 6reathous Mr. and Mrs. Mark Dtrnn are[pense, $2,125.97; Water Dept., $5,-I very glad .to report that Mrs.]31.96; Garbage Dept., $482.77;l Arlington, Wash. Jennie Hatvorson was feeling!Consumers Deposit, $15 Cityl much better when they called on] Streets, $714.62. [ her Saturday evening. ] o l Mr. and Mrs. Louis Stuller wereJ ~. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and] Mrs. George Stuller at Mt. Ver-| non. ] Guests at the Les Baunsgard home on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Howard STalling and chil- dren. - The First Lutheran Sunday School and Congregational pic. nic will be held at Leonard's Park next Sunday, June-14. Mrs. Anna Alstrom and Mrs. Lottie Alstrom were Friday af- ternoon callers at the home of Mrs. William Kipple. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bjorn on Thursday evening :were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bjorn and children of Everett, Mrs. Conrad Bjorn and children, Tim- my Asslin, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Perrigo of Arlington and Mr. Nine pickup models, ~, ~A, and 1-ton sizes, 6V2, 8, and The nine new International pickup models are probed all 3 ways! Preyed BEFORE they're built. AFTER they're built. And IN SERVICE. You get proved power ! The great Sil- ver Diamond engine gives you peak per- formauce -- at lowest cost. You get proved stamina I Intemation- als with all-steel bodies are built: years of service. You get proved comfort ! Ride ivl famous Carafe-Vision cab and see yourself. Get more pickup for your dollar. ( venient terms available. Let us you the new Internationalsl ARLINGTON, WASH. [] George Dyson of~California. Ten little friends helped Jerry~ STalling celebrate his 7th birth- day on Saturday afternoon. Beginning June 15, two weeks of bible school will be held at the First Lutheran Church. Class- ,~s will meet every morning from 9:30 till 12. All children of the community are welcome to at-! tend. Mrs. Lottie Alstrom attended the graduation exercises for her great-nephew at East Stanwood~ on Tuesday. Sonja Stuller is visiting in Se- attle for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Anderson and family of Springfield, Ore., were visitors at the Lloyd Gus: tavson home on Sun,lay. Miss Susan Johnson of Seattle is spending a few weeks with Euella Hanson. Week-end guests at the How- ard.STalling home were Mrs. He- lene STalling and Mrs. Melvin Fingarson and so~s of Port Or- chard. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bjorn were Mr. Ed Arneson Mrs. 1VIay Lisk and Mrs. Dorothy Fritz of Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Plant of Van- couver, B.C., called on Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gustavson over the week-end. The First Lutheran Ladies' Aid will meet June 18 at 2 p.m. A cradle roll program and party is being planned with Mrs. BJarne Olson as chairman. Hostesses will be Mrs. Arnold Bjorn, Mrs. Walter Morten and Mrs. James Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Albon Parker, ac- companied by Mr. and Mrs. Roy Meston of East Stanwood, me-! tared to Tacoma Sunday to visit the Oscar Holm family. Mrs. Harry Haws returned home from the hospital on Mon- day, feeling much improved. Mrs. Art Deering and Mrs. Howard Jensen attended the' W.M.F. convention at P.L.C. in Parkland on Tuesday and Wed- nesday.