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:P&GE FOUR . THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1953. e Arli ton rues Successor to [I Laura Preston THE HALLRR CIW MES I ---VoJ. Xo." 7tPassmg' " of ~Ubserlptlon Price $2.50 Per Year; $3.00 per Year outside Snoho-Mr- County. Issued every Thursday. Publisheff at Arlington, i v. .......... ...~ Wmthlngton, by ~ The Burn Hill community i, THE ARLINGTON PRINTING CO. grieved to lose a good friend J. C. CARPENTER--FRANK MARSH and neighbor by the death of ~1. C. CARPENTER ......... Editor & Mgr. Mrs. Southermark last Saturday :~md as 2nd Class matter, in the Post Office at Arlington, Wash- evening. She had been ailing for ~n, u~nder the act of March 3, 1879. EDITORIAL One of the finest 3 oath programs that has been in- troduced in Arlington for many years is the Little League B eball program now under full swing. It took the interest of Several adults to promote the program, and now that it is rolling along botla adults and "'kids" are really enjoying playing together. Keen competition, clean sport and lots of ph):sical exercise, that should do a lot for the youngsters who are participating in the games. And the Duds and Moms who are on the sidelines and the bleaches watching and yelling encouragement to their young hopefuls are also.getting a big "kick"out of it. To those who engineered the program, and those who are supporting it with money, and time, congratulations. This is a youth program that has no propagan da tieins-- several months and had been cared for by her daughter, Mrs. "~errm, at her home in Sedro- Woolley but was in Memorial Hospital at the time of her death. Deepest sympathy is extended all her children and Mr. Souther- mark. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Almli, Sr., were Sunday visitors at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Evelyn Major, and family, on Camano Island. Mrs. Almli entered the Everett General Hospital Tues- day evening in preparation for a major operation at 10 a.m. Wed- nesday. Her friends and neigh- bors wish her a speedy recovery. The Oscar Johnson home in Ev: erett was the scene of a family dinner Sunday honoring a ne- phew. Jim Hokanson, who had just graduated from Everett High. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Almli and son Ronnie, Mr. and Mrs. Vance Key and children and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hokan- son. Mrs. Wm. Rock and daughter Pat:ricia of Seattle and Mrs. G. A. ARLINGTON HTS. Norita Tveit, Phone 256J4 ~ome on Furlough Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Rathbur were pleasantly surprised Sun- day when their son, Robert Mc- Kinnon, ABAN, of the Navy Air Force, came home for a 30-day leave from Kingsville, Tex. Rob- ert hadn't given his parents any forewarning of the leave--rather a joint Mother's & Father's Day gift! Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lenhart of Route 2, Arlington, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Della Marie Lenhart, to Mr. Wayne C. Wegener, son of Mrs. Catherine Wegener of Arlington. Mrs. J. M. Kinney of Eaton- ville, Wash., was a visitor over the we~k-end at the Ed Soper home. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Rise and children of Grandview were via. [tots at the Carl Tillmans last Sunday and Monday. Queen Candidate Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Kjosness Mrs. Lena Arnot is being spon- and Mr. Tager, all of Granite sored by the Arlington Heights Falls, were visitors at the Art Improvement Club as a queen Tveit home Friday. contestant in the Fourth of July Vacationers Home celebration in Arlington. Keep Mr. and Mrs. Fred McDonald your fingers crossed that Lena returned Monday from a 10-day becomes queen of the celebra- vacation trip in Eastern Wash- tion! ington. They attended a Pio- neer's Picnic in Dayton, where The teen-age Sunday School they were previous residents, class had a picnic at Deception They also visited with their Pass Sunday. The group inelud- daughter, Mrs. O. T. Sandburg, ed Marilyn Tillman, Ann Adolf- in Toppenish, and with their son, Ardi~" Anderson, Gary Nor- Son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. man, Dale Anderson and advis- Fred McDonald, Jr., in Yakima. era, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Richard- They had a very enjoyable trip son. but like all travelers, they're Mary Louise Soper is home for glad to be home again, summer vacation from Washing- ton State College at Pullman. Mrs. Leona Montgomery has Miss Judy Norman was a built. Mrs. Kelly visited Mr. and Mrs. Ted Johnson in Everett. While there she attended the Horace Heidt talent showy. She brought the three oldest Johnson chil- dren home with her for a visit but it se~ms that Nancy Johnson now has the mumps. It's a mild case but "mumps strike again." Mike Arnot was a dinner guest of Carla Blehm Sunday afternoon in celebration of Carla's 7th birthday. Ed Soper, Jr., of Sunnyside was home for the week-end. MOTHERS' TEA The Arlington 4-H club held their at the home of Ann May 17th. The folloW[ was presented: Doris a poem, Janice T~ Starr and Doris '~ " " a' Mother ; Jamce T. poem; Norita Tveit s in Spanish, and ArdiS gave a poem. Refreshments sages were youngest mother, Woods, and the .Miss Norita Tveit learned Tues- Mrs. Martha Tveit. day that she was one of the 5 mothers and 4 winners in Snohomish County of On June 8th the the 4-H $100 scholarship spon- the home of ~aro sored by the Everett B.P.O. Elks Mrs. Walter Best g~ No. 479. The scholarship was to strut[on on How to have been presented at Corn- Pencil. This was to s~ mencement exercises but there members how to giv was a slip-up along the way. stration. Carolyn se~ ments. There were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kaarmo present. Our next r~ of Seattle were Sunday guests at be held at th home the Guy Kelly home. Tveit, July 13, Mr. and Mrs. James Holbeck --JUDITH S~ and children of Victoria Heights were visitors at the Art Tveit ENGA~ home Thursday :vening. NAVY DEFEATS DARRINGTON A fast-stepping Navy Radio Station nine defeated the league champions, Darrington, with a lop-sided score of 16 to 3 Wed- nesday night in the city fast-ball league. Hugh, Darrington pitch- er, furnished the thrill of the evening with a hard hit fly that netted'him a home-run. Mr. and Mrs. paugh on Route 3, nounce the engager daughter Georgine, ka, son of Mr. and ka of R. 3. Mr. serving in the U.S. stationed at Oak Whidby Island. He his discharge in plans have been wedding. it's good healthful sport, and, the youngsters not only Sherman of Lake Cassidy were ~000000000000000000000000~000 callers at the O. C. Robinson have a good time in competition, but they have learned home Monday. Crescent O-Oz. Luncheon some valuable lessons in co-operation, give-and-take, and s _a Pa ans Black ........................................ ~ Can z-JJv Meat ................................... : .... discipline. , : At 4-ti t;(=m.p She left June Rose Q-Oz. ..... Sandra Parsons is in Pullman : ~~ for 4-H State Camp. AUSAGE Swifts ...... ~, _ .~ .--., -~:-- . ... . last Sunday night and will re- Imitation ................................ ~ Bottle-~fl~" ~1 ~rr Tr A xr A I A ~ocla~ evenmg and ~trawoer- turn next Sunday. She was ~! D/b V 2i/2i [[ ry Social will be sponsored by the nwarded $1600 toward her trip .O=. ~ | ~T Libby's _~ D ..... MIX Fisher's: ..................... 40,kg. 39 ] Mrs. Irene Vognild, ]1 aughters of Norway on Satur- by the Seattle National Bank, W If|L-N| or Swifts (.)CcmJ :| ,,,_~_ _ spo,ndenL ...... !]day evening, June 27th, begin- whose custom it is to each year -me ~aiem ~,umeran ~aaies [ning at 8:15 in the evening. The give awards like this to several re Town Talk, Large 21/2 ~O White Star or Large ~Aid met last Wednesday after- [ community is invited to attend. ,~,~,~, .... f 4 H lt~ Whole Peeled .............. C~m ~JtJP" Standby Chunk .............................. Can :-l~Jon in the Memorial Hal!. A[Th~s will be held in Viking Hall. i"'~re'r~rv'~o'hnson spent from Sun- !~ram was presented, with the[ . --------- I day u-ntil Friday with his grand- bllowing numbers: Reading bylHonor K. O. Rod [mother, Mrs Harry Carlson of kl~A Del Monte -11 ~-Oz.-11 ~ -Oz. Elsie Pryor, pianosolo by Margit] Mr. and Mrs. John Wangsmo[Arlington Heights , lib Stewed ...................... lvc PUFFS Sunland ........ Pedermn, reading by Laura]held Open House on Thursday af- "--Mr and Mr~'s 17rank Parsons[I ~C~ri~tiansen and a vocal solo bylternoon and evening, June 4th in of---13ellin-ham" spent Sundayl~ PlI~ Walla Walla 6) 10z/Fez. /~ ~-~O ~ Breakfast 1 q.o,. ~matee Larsen. The date for thelobservance of the 91st birth~laY,with Stellar'Parsons and family. [~ ,~l~ Cut Spears .......... L~ Cans ~JI:OP" t.~ ofhampions .... JLL~ plt~J, ,bake sale and strawberry sociallanniversary of K. O. Rod, Many A nleasant social afternoon,[~ ~vas set for Saturday, June 20th,]neighbors and friends called to with "notluck lunch, was spentl ~ ~ e~-----~ ~ and It will be held at the Silvana[ congratulate the e,!derly, gentle- a't thehome of Mr. and Mrs. Wal-~I ~lercantile beginning at 12:001man, who is very spry for his t~r Grio~s at Lakewood Mon-|, Durkee Shori ,o'clock noon. Following a short[advanced years. All the members (lav ~i~ GriggS'Johnson,gUests were[']ARGARIN[ [1 Cn-~ )WDRI~ 1[ $ 0A P business meeting a lunch waslof his family were present for Mrs" J Vt Mrs. Glenh ~ R served by Karen Pederson and]the occasion. Mrs. Wangsmo Simkins ~Irs. Reed Web% Mrs.[' Luellen Pederson. ]served light refreshmentsboth l-larry'Carlson Mrs. Dewardli , , " - v - ' MIXES There will be Lutheran League,durmg the afternoon and e e-.Campbell, Miss Rend Webb,], FrorA a :king I I POWDEI /n the Memorial Hall this Sundayjnmg. Helen and Cathy Griggs, Johnny[~Spreads So Easy e--ing, June 14th A program is -- and Camilla Stanton and Terry/l ] I Your Choice iKl~g I] With Borax Ba e_ planned and refreshments will The Zion Lutheran. Sunday Johnson. [, s be in charge f Mrs Jhn Langs[ Schl' children' teacners ~na--"---'-- l( -, i Pkg. ~~ Jen and 1VIrs" Jhn Mickelse-n" m'the-rs gat'hered'in the S'~ial AlmU Car Damaged " - h 55 ] ] 35' All are invited : Hah rnursaay afternoon ior a Mr and Mrs. Ed Almii and sonl @ ~v .~a Mr~ .~.h~ Mi~.kelsonlsocial get-together and picnic Ronn'ie were week-end guests ell Lbs. ~o'~'a~"~';"~"~,~'~'~"{~t ~,,,a~vllunch, and formal closing of the Mrs Almli's oarents, Mr. and[' ~f"'l~.-'an"d'l~rs~.'Gun~er ~Da"lseglSunday School for the summer Mrsl. oscar Johns.on, in Everett.[, '~ " ~"Oz. C--I SSON 01L and family in Seattle. ]vacaun" Whize mere, mezr car was m-h The names of Rev and Mrs O I Miss Ruth Myrwang, student at volved in a rather freak aeci-/' Standby~ ' : " " Pacific LutheranColle e, re- dent A car going south on Broad-~( [ Haukeness were madvertentlyI .... g - ............. l lICE Grapefruit'. ............................. 462 27 ........... i_o.# mitted from' the group of names turned home l rmay evening at way, oy the Jonnson nose, na a ............................ ] ~l[ persons who were dinner the*close of the school year. She hole where the pavement, was ll eats at the home of Mr and will this summer, work as stem torn up by a gas company aomg " 16-Oz. [ ~ June Rose '~gu~e'C-r-t*-Larsen onSundavlographer in the People's First work in that vicinity, struckthe[I [;'PLESAUCE. Stokely's 2~s 35C ~a--y 31st['~- / "' National Bank in Seattle. Almli car which was parked ~ I ||LL Fresh Ground .......................... Lb ~mTeehere willbe no Civil Defense Mrs. J. H. Myrw'ang has been nearby. About,S75 damage was } I!~U~'~ Hunt's Large ~'~P~ I g~ All popular ~'~-Lb. on Monday staying with her son in Seattle done to Almlis car with twice IJP~%~||L-~]t Yellow Cling ....................... 21/z Can ~| ] g, There was althe last two weeks. She is home that amount or more being done [ ||L,LBrands .................................. Ccm turnout on lvionaay eveninglover the week-end, but will re- to the other car. It was being] ) MrADD/t: Standby , ,.: . NO. 2 O~]~C I | June Rose Black I tl"~ watt~, eacn group getting well or-I turn to his home next week to driven by a young man from Se-] ga.nlzeu. J take care of him, as he is slowly attle, who with his wife and two/ I~l]~flllltL Chunk ..................... ......~._.Can L~J I 4-oz. pkg. 2~c----8-oz. pkg. 55c JLU Pkg. Taere will be a meeting of thelrecovering from the very seriou.~ small children was returning/ ~ilding committee for the Sonslaccident he was in first part of home from a visit in Vancouver,[ } [i!~ Montie No. 2',', I leTCr Lipton's ~of ~orway on ruesuay evening, lMay. IB.C;Luck]ly noonewas,h_urt.andl |,~|~ Brand .......................................... Can ~|'~' I J~|LJL Frozen Desserts ............... [.~Pk'g~ June 16th, at 8 o'clock in Viking[ Pastor J H Myrwang is this], lvirs. _uewarc~ ~amp.0e_~) ..... HalL =._=:.:. [week attending the Church Con-!~a~S'rsJ~la~" ~n~Vne~a~t~c~v~Irs~.]t [ I'~fl~| Black Flag I~e. 1 e L~o | vention of the Pacific District of l~oo" " rasKett" ~ .......... ana ~vxrs ~eorge ~a~! - | i .I~L Insect Killer .......................... Can I *--,,v I ~ Scouring Pads ~..~.. ............................. Box ~/the Evangelical Lutheran Church.[. " [ I which is held at Pacific Lutheran ~ourm. . Dr. Ross .Ua. The Free Methodist Sunday ~TiTAIII~RRV l]Cllege' Parkland' wash" School picnicwasheldWednes'[~ I[IG-FOOD VitaBits ......................... P .55 I Ladies'' ~I I lUlill gLIIII I l[ The Women's Missionary Fed-lday at Forest Park in Everett. Vic~ ~ L~ Gardening .~ ............ l ~Jeration meets at the College inIDamaske took his mother, Mrs,/~ ~i~ Nalley's I Nalley's .Nalley's Chili I Nalley's St E~TnI'UIIlIIL L~%-fMl~Mllflp~- Iiconventionwx,.,.vv ~uu II Mrs. E.O. Elefsenat the. Is" samea, delegatetime'lclaude Damaske'lothers, over in hisandcar, severall'vic is/, r,~lI u a [ ,e [I U~UW~I) Ilfrom the Zion Lutheran Ladies'lhome on another 30-day "fur-/~ BEEF STEW CON CARNE and M! ~" ~ " ~ ~ l[ Aid. elected [ 10qgh, awaiting discharge. ] ~1,1 All uer I[ A committee has been [ ~horg~.r Johnson visited in Se-[~ 6}~,~ ' ~'~ IS-Oz. .... h-I'~ Illl e~, Itfrom the loda~l Sons~.0f,No~aYla~le over the week-end at thelq~ FLATS m,,-...,ovv .LUV i~t in makln lans " ........ [[Lodge to ass g P [Ralph Nielsen home. '~ ~ O~c [ 15-Oz. Can .... 15-O-. C~m.. ,~OJ~-' [ ~ Cans "111 o I~-I[for the Border Festival whichl ~ ~T ~____~~-~---~~_N~ . ~UCea ,will be held at Blaine on Sun-J.~^ wi.~, ~. Vinland :=~. "- ~ .C e:" [ day, July 12. M,ss Audrey Pet "/ Mrs, ~) C Robmsens s,ster,, ~, I N O O D L E S CARRIERSCARRIERS .... .............. er ........... ' " ' 1 fl per Ilson has been selected by the lO-[Mrs. So(t'erstrom of Stanwood, l H~LLECKS tPJLV.I~O M. [[cal lodge as their candidate, forileft Seattle by plane May xTtnI MISSION BRAND--EXTRA GOOD I MISSION BRAND--WITit EXTRA . _ __ _ I the Queen. Come on folks, letSifor a visit to her lormer'home In ~ ( [ Old, A.I;..#^. [',all get behind her and give her Gabobstad, Finland. She had a C I~iEIII~tUll l~;$ttl [llots of suplSort., layover in New York, II ~ I (.~ pkg. Z.~J~%' llU Pkg. ]~. ]~-~ ~ .... l.. l! The farmers of the community then to Helsingfors in 24 hours,[ ra[m oupply I lhave begun their busy seasn from there to Gabobstad being a and are takmg advantage of (FormerlvArlin tonCa;hFeed) II " 3 or 4 hour ride by train. She is ~rormerlyArlmg~ont=asnr e ) a s Some are fill ~rormeriyArnng~ont=asnreeu) I these sunny d y . . " visiting two sisters anda host el ~iing their silos and those wno other relatives and friehds. She plans to return to her home here Attention, Oso F~nds.f Please be are to attend t he C pel Service Sunday evening, June 14, and every Sunday evening at 8 o'clock In the Com- munity "Church." SALVATION GOD THOUGHT IT JESUS BOUGHT IT THE BIBLE TAUGHT IT FAITH BROUGHT IT THE HOLY SPIRIT WROUGHT IT THE DEVIL FOUGHT IT BUT GLORY TO GOD I GOT IT Reader, will it be your sad reflection, and that through- out Eternity---"I MISSED IT." "How shall we escape, if we neglect so great salvation." (Heb. 2:3) "Behold NOW is the day of salvation." (2 Cor. 6:2) We extend a hearty invitation to come to the gospel meeting every Sunday evening at 7:45 in the Arlington Gospel Hall, 3rd and McLeod. / in July. 0 Mary C. Yorke Receives Scholarship Awarding of twelve Nellie Mar- tin Carman scholarships to grad- uating high school students in King, Pierce and Snohomish counties was announced last week at the University of Wash- ington. The awards totaling $5,- 250, range from $250 to $600 to cover one year at a college .or university of the state of Wash- ington. Trustees of the fund, who made the selections from entrie~ sub- mitted by high schools of the three counties concerned, were Frank E. Holman, Seattle attor- ney; Paul' C. Harper, head of a SKINLESS Seattle investment house; and PORK Dr. Edwin R. Guthrie, of the Uni-[. INK versity of Washington. IA Among the high school grad- uates receiving scholarships was Mary C. Yorke, Arlington, who,_ will attend the University ofl~ Washington. __---- h t b fieldshave' ave s raw erry" started harvesting their crop. Miss Janice Larson will hccept the correspondence for this col- umn during the next two weeks, while Mrs. Vognild is attending the national convention of the Degree of Honor in St. Paul, Minn. The number to call is 181J1. THIS WEEK'S JACKPOT WINNER: L. SANTEFORD .... LB,49" JUMBO 45 SIZE CALIF. CA:TALOUPE 0RANGB . . . FRESH LOCAL RADISHES . . . FRESH NEW CROP LOCAL SPINACH. . . . FRESH LOCAL GREEN PEAS .. The cream of the at June' low Lge,' DOS. ' Prices effective at ArlLngton. ou June 12 and 13. --- Every item unconditionally sales to dealers. We reserve the right to limit, O 701 Newberry, Arlington 0000000