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M .. f z I I . '~" . r~l 6 The Arliagton Times I LAKEWOOI') meister; third grade, Davi~lI involved painting the new Other business included a er.s or Loca~ mmnrovemonr u~srncr rlan Thursday, June 15, 1961 I ...... ~,[ ~'~"" Bjerkaker, Duane Gruenberg[ ahurch. Another work party is ] cussion of choosing the , r- _ ~______: [ A. E. "Fritz ' ~olem. eL 9-4210 and Jeanne Castle; fourth [ planned in the near future. " [ family of the year; decision At the city council meeting last Monday night, initiate their own improvement plan, whether it lU.... ]IM-...J.L- P2___I_1~-, ...... ~.a...., grade, Arthur Perez, Lonnie Guests visiting at the home[ be given in August The ew AV,L (Z m l~ ~ *a.~..,~,p. . " the councilmen &scussed the matter of cry street be for curbs and gutters, street pavement or storm [ l y marmu L, ircle ] I-[,id~ a.w~rd~ a. ........ Nlms, Cathy Sanderson and [ of Rev. and Mrs. Paul Baker ~ will be m the form of an ot ................... ~-~""~ D nn D r ' lmnrovement and unkeen As the town ~,rows sewers This is done bw circulatin- a ' titinn I II | . ~| I ...... a y or (Honorable men- ] are Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth Pet- [ house, with luncheon served - ~- ,-. ~, ~ o ~- ..... ~n assemmy was nela on tion)" fifth rade Mr ' ers n " the upkeep load increases, and it is becoming which, in order to initiate a project, must receive [ near aoout lne I Tuesday at the Lakewood room') T-~*g -'/' -~' -/t~lly:s [ .o o ,of Pierpont, South Dako- [ the.c!ub. ~ ..... " " / / ] | . e, , .,~ . ! | rib 1D h ! I Only----1 -- -- #I~,~--1 Of 4-1,. .'~ ~.,,~ . , OIAU~' DJl:~ll~ell~12l, L~IIILICt I ta. x,,e retersons are enroute [~wnt'rs OI reglstereo LiUeJ more apparent that money rmsea tnrougn taxa- the support ot at least :~ I Vo ot the property own- I I~tn~,~,~ Vl.ah|a~,~ I "~:uW. as a .~,p,~m ,,e yyaL~ Castle; (Mrs Dale's room) Mike I to Portland to attond n fiv,~ tiny I sev cattle will havo tho rmo, ...... A~.~.-au6~.,t., m#,v~l~,iU, activiueswlrn many stuoents seb '" . "- .......... : -. - --7 ..... r- tma for the purpose of upkeep, cannot be &vert- ers revolved. Such pehtmn Is presented to the [ I .... a,,..~' ...... .~ n,. ...... Re ach, Mike Yeakel, Jerry I conventmn. Mrs. Peterson is [ tumty to have their herd cl the meeting of the Mary- . . . Martenson Terry Trautman' Rev Baker s roster sffled on June 30, when Mr C ed to permanent improvement projects, councd and a pubhc hearing ]s held gwmg any[ ........... [--u--ils received scholastl- and ' , [ I . r~ . , .' . . __1 lvLarma ulrcm o~ me z ree Meth-| ~._.~ .... ~ mxth grade, Nick Pizzitola and l The Ladies' Aid of the First I bank, National Guernsey C1~ While the LI.D. plan was used in years past property owner arrectea an opportunny to oct odist Church, held Wednesday I ~.nzensntp awaras wno were: Duane Sedy; seventh grade [ Lutheran Church will meet this I sifter will be out. Time scN to provide sidewalh, lateral ~ewer, etc., of late heard. [June 7th, Mrs. Philip Pearson[ ~rs~.~u~aeA..~uezanne lwe~er; Terry Castle; eighth grade'[Thursday June 15 at 1"00 p m [ules have been Iorwarded street pavmg has been done und~ the.plan of theIf the project is .u~.dertaken, the property own-[ le~,TM the Refugee Prob-[ berg and gathleen guechen- Donna Sarsten. won thespecl.al[ Hostesses will_be Mmes. Arnold [ those regmtered. . . property owners paymg for the od while the street er then has the pnwlege of paymg Ior the im-I .......... I - p}aque ~or n!gn , scnoiasnc[ J~lorn ann waiter Morton. I .~v)]ss l~ancy ~aymona arm~ ..................... I e reporte(a mat over a mu- I irll|i / ~ ! standing. It win oe Kept in the I ~astor and Mrs Christianson I at ner nose on Saturday fr~ tund pa~d tor the labor and turmshed eqmpmeat, provement m mstallments, over a period ot years, I lion refugees have fled from I I~llnn I~l~r I-!,~.~ school ~left Sunda-" "~- ~;'-" , ~. t Por.l-n.~ ..., .... ,. .... ,.. 1/ /" ./ t 1 l* . 1 .[ ! /1" / / 1 / I ~-, . .-.,. I ~'~ ,~'v l~ a~,~o ~&~ " I y ~o~ vllnneapollS to / t a u, wzz~ze ~zJtr lia~ etc. ~naer tms system, mose wno oenenttea from mus a valuame~mprovement, wmcn enhances the I Ken t:nma to Hong Kong, and I ..... Thirty-five eighth zraders re- I attend a two week's ~ihlo .tnd~, | attendin~ Cascade Colle val c are continuing to pour in, a like ceived d~plomas who-were J~m course in accordanc-- w ....... She wa.s' one of the four s the paved street and whose property was m- ue of property, an be secured wathout laying[ I N:lfnrd~v _|!1111~ 7_A " : " [ " e ith the] n . ~,~.~m~i~,~. ~ ~ ~" " " I ' I c~,,~,,-d.~_~_ _;,, wlue_ bec._~.. .... ...~ ...~h~.~ . ... ~. ... _; ......... __,~ .~-~- too heavv a burden on the ,-nrwrt~-,- ...... ,wn,,r | umber from Pakistan into ] J Baunsgard, Jim Blwer, Danny teachings of the Lutheran dents to receive a $200 schol ...... "~." .- " "" ...... 1 Calcutta, with Tibetans stream-I The Bhnd Bowlmg team, of Caesar, Arlie Christensen Tony[Church. ~ship, at the close of school cewed the aid ot many property owners, who paid It is also possible for the city council to initiate [ing into N. India, all to escape [ Everett, Ed. Feeney, of Maws- Drabeck, Rudy France, B'radley [ Mr. and Mrs. A R Staringer I Friday. The award was gl~ taxes but themselves were not benefitted, a local improvement, ....... where the oublic necessity[ communism. [ ville manager, ,will bow 1 Gemmer, Jim Hedgewald, Paul I and family motored to eastern.[ for scholastic ability. Christ3 Tk;.... .,~.,~ .!.^ k.. ,k..~. ^t .I;--;,..~:..~ A .... A ..... I. o~,;,.,, I There are still over 135,0001 agamst the Elmer s Food team, Hauglen Larry Jackson, Dick Washington last week testimon and dut to ," -- - -- ,- ~.- .... /non-setueu rexugees existing in lo~ Arnngton at ~aelaay Lanes Lewis Roger Melvin, Fred Mil-I found a most interesting ston[ school She will sing with l or curtaumg omer c~ty services, sucn as parr, s, ll- lhere are a number of streets in to ,, ' o .- ~. ,. _. ,. . , t ._ , , , , , .... w~. where [ camps m .Europe,she stud, [ on Saturday mght,. June 24th, ler, Alvin Richardson, Duane [ at the petrified forest, east of [ Jubil-Heirs, a vocal trio on S orary,, nre. uept:, po)~ce sept., up~eep, or. city cures ann gutters snoum oe mstalled, also sev-[ wltn nownere else to go. A [ at n o c)ocK,, accormng to man- Sloan, Bill Spady, Paul Sym- [ Ellensburg, as well as a mus-I urday evening in Everett at 1 property, etc., smce me neeos ot the street de- eral much-used streets that should be imnroved, I special program nas oeen set Iager oonn tuner, rues, Joe Prez, Nick Gay, Trudy I eum that contained petrified Y. F. C. meeting at the No~ ent ire s la l'c ..... "- up to settle all those who have .... o---- Albin Pe B nc"h in sam les - " partm, requ uch a rge s] e of the citys both for better drama~e,, and to ehmmate .ht ..... ~ J'"~[-n " . . ] .... ggy u , .Rb.. [ p of gumwood fir, elm. Jr. High . School. , at 8"00. p. 1 5 mdl lew nuisance q,,ch i ......... ~ ....... la ..... 1.. :_ [ ~een m camp ~or ten ~year.s; [ Plane I.l~l~,~o'l~ Dorr, Betty Engstrom, Vlrgmla [ wood and spruce. The family [ The pubhe is welcome. ... 7" . . .-. .~" ~'; ;"V'"".~. ......... '~ ~,,,,o' -,-/Tnrougn me ~auonal ~ouncu i~,~.~ ~--vb~--,uu French, Barbara Johnson, Viv-I found the ginco tree a sneciall The Crusaders ~roun of 1 Under the 1_.1 D system, property owners may crease me vamP ot the adjacent property [ of Churches many thousands I ~ n ~ ian a I ~ i~ r)nwn I attr " n This *ro,~ i~ ~" ...... [ C~nmmnnltv C'hur~'r~ ~-~m m . .............. Jones, Donn_ _~w.s, _ ..... actlo ............ . .~, ........................ . .--, ~~ ' have found hone and a new' r~ ~ --Fn.~.~ .......... , . . . ~ ~ . . - .- I ! / ....... ~ , .... I va a~.u ~.,a~oo Lmasey, monna ~arston, Jllll rare varmty and has tts origin lat wenoerg State Park on |.--~*a. [,,~k ] ~*.]..*~&~*~-- A--~. [ l~.~----~* .... drY__ AL [ llIe In thiS countr.y, she Sal(l: [ O ~ Speer, Gloria Thomas, Lindal in the orient. The transition ] day evening at 6:00 p. m. for dumui ltu~ll I OCU~tUUltl aim)' I lkq~l~it~6 qk, U,U /'ILl. / A nveiy mscussmn iouowea I wlm grogram Engeness Joy Jelenek Mike from the natural stage to the picnic supper ..... [ .... [ ........ [ the talk, on ways to help bind [ I t ..... Sulhvan and George Perez. [ petrihed one can also be seen I The Tn.Lakers met on M( tlonor oll i ~,,,~k, [ w w |" |'/~r~lln~n~ [ up me wounds o~ a war, that is [ n erest is once a.ga]n ~emg Other awards included thirty. I in the various arrangements [ day evening at the home a~. ~,w ~mmm mw ~m~ e~e ~m~mmm~m In 1 nl t ex resse(1 In me reeu t~ross [ 1" 1" [ J [ ~a~ turn" g !nto "s ory. [ P. .... six certificates for perfect at- [ The Jersey Club will have "no [ Mrs. Jean Jacobsen for a pic~ " St Jose h's Seh r TaKing part as reaaers were swim lessons plannea xor fur The last quarter Jr. High[T ' mn mne [ . p ool of Nu s-[ .......... [ ..... tendanee and fifty-two athletic[ ther meetings until in the[and barbecue. A short disc School Honor Roll, as an- [ ~ au~,~taau~aao [ ing held graduation and cap- [ ~v~rs. ~umerrora_, ~w~: ~oyer, [ youngster, ~ yrs:._ ann omer; awards for participation in [ fall. I sion was held about the foV m ceremomes In the W W C ~v~rs ~enogg, Mrs rmgarson, r~ooert ~nane ~nalrman OI nounced by Prin. Chas. K. Er- I The great work of the Salva.[ P" .g. " " . . .1 _. ..... [ ...... , .... basketball, football and base- [ Another work party will be [ coming 4-H fair to be held ickson, is as follows: Ition Army in the United States, Iauaitrium at Bellingham onlanq,mrs. ~vl: vlonty. ..... [~nonommn-lman(a .~.ounues ball. [heldby theLake Goodwin Com-lMarysville in August. "I June 9 at 8 00 m Six seniors ~ne meeung was neia at me water ~atety t:ommlttee urges must High Honor Roll 3.5-4.0 ] and the World, was explained [ - - - : - P: " "- [ 1- ............... "-' ^ [ ~-arents of children in*" ...... School closed for the summer [ " y Club on Saturday on [ group decided to have an Ninth Grade--Jamie Bohan- ] to Kiwanians at their Tuesday [ graduate9 ann e~.even iresnmen [ Ti'mm ~ ~.~,rl~n~ton:~i-~.'Leo[ ~'n the "re-ram to si-n UD~nOW~. season on Wed., June 7 to re- [ the construction of the new [ hibit, and will hold their n, non, Doris Dickson, Jim Eng- [ noon luncheon this week when I g}rlsrecetvea tnelr caps. Among [ a~..,~,~;~ ~,,~i,~, * " [ Th, ~h~'llt~ tn ~wim ~ ,~,- is" open on September 5. A teach- ! commumty building. The club [ meeting in August to m~ ~,....- r ..... o ..... ~'~*---'the" "'* ~" -e~',,~- ~-~o~'--" ~.ttne tresnmen was au(ty ulson,~,~,~ ..... b- v ....... ~,. , -"-, "--;--:~.-~ ~": ...... :~= -':'" er's work she will be held on has planned a raffle on a Ja '- final plans. ?~ ...... ,~.y.,W,~ ~y.~me*.. oe.~.yl.~ # ;**~? W " s .............. I of Arlin~.ton Arlin,~o....e....~el Following the discussion, a lportant out most espemauy m ^,,,. ~, ...a ~P..+ , 1o,-.~, ,,,m+.. i. .......... ~-' [ ~ ................... t~ray, waro ~ioltell, t~laU(lla" the ~teaK 1-10use. , . s s~ *, 1~ u~,, social" time" was en'o ed and the PH et Sound area with" Its" ~*s o~ ~.~ o=e~. *. ~*--~. --,,tff ..~t ~.u a roam- ~,--. ,-,~ ml~. ou.. r~u. - Parker, Malinda VanHorn, Ken[ The Everett offices Salvationlattendm~.were Mr and MrS. lMr and Mrs Ti~ servedlabundagnce of water activities -- [rod camera which will be com-lfamily motored to Wenatct ......... ' Arm*, Ca'~tain John Hoo~'stad I victor ~lson, ~virs winiam ~ I ........... Merry Mixers [ pleted at the picnic scheduled I last week.end for a visit Wl wln~e~, z ~, , ~ ' Sis son Sheila Sis" son Bet lunch to the eighteen members vomnteer ~efl ~ross water- in u " ' " ~I "~,,hthGrade--Miriam Brooks [ brought the message and in- [ p , p , ty [ I ....... Attend Conference I A gust The boat will be ] fmends and relatives --b , ' resent ~aIet instructors, each one , " Bill Bryson, Krista Carlson [troducing his subject with a [ Nurml and Sandra Marsh i p .... " ......... [ ~ Y ........ The Senior Merry Mixers 4-Hi seen in the Strawberry Parade [ city was Mrs Kron s forrf .... (> ~ne next meeting wm De at z morougmy scnooma xor me m " "n " " Ga,~ Cleaves Sharon Cole D~- Ibrlef history of the orgamza- I __ ---_-= .... [ . = ...... [ ......... Club returned Saturday fro a] this Saturday ] Marysv]lle [ home. "~ ' , , p m on June zst at tne nome program wm teacn an pnases ' " t A sur " " " " " I ane Digerness. Fred Eoff, Randi[tton s founding m London, Eng- [l~].J~ ~'~|~e~o [ = c'. ........... ~ [ ..~ o. ~ .... ~ ~ .... ~... week s trip o Pullman to attend [ prise mmt from old I Miss Colette Symmes of r,..,.~. "-~r..,..; ~ ..... r~,...,~ ! land By 1RTg ~ald 14rma~tnd IO|lU~i;; ~'~*~ | OI Mrs. William vorms, on r~. ~,. I "* ~,~--,--,s ,~- .... =-~,~--,~ the 4-H conference Lvnnea I friends is alwa-s a ,qe~,,,-,~ I mends is vaoationln~ at i . o Mrs. Turtle, district secretary throughout the county. Class .... Thi ' Hendrtckson, Susan Hendrtck- [founder W]lham Booth had his[O_l .... !~__ J ] .............. ] ^o ..... ^.., .......... m Gemmer parttelpated in thei s was the ease for the Loss[ home of her grandparents, son, Nancy Huber, Linda John-[plans for the Army well formu.[~l]~ll~ ~oau [o~ ~vnsstons, wul ?e tne gue~tly~ ~,~ ,,y~,,,~v. ~.~y;, talent show by playing her ae-lLallemands on Sunday whenland Mrs. B C Symmes ! ..,,~ ~o., ~,,..o~ ~,o,,q,qo .... ~ latod By ~R~ ho ~d th,~ ~ I .... I speaker Luncn Wlll oe serve~ ] oe neio at LaKe t~oouwln JUlycordion Classes were held each i Mrs Mar- Sch - - ' ~'- ~ " "" - "~r( o~,.., ,,.~ ,,......~, .,.u.,... ou.,=~,, --'-" - -'~'~, ....... , ...... " J A slide oi considerable nro I *..~^.... ;. .... .~..~. , ~ .^ ^, ..,,o. ~ ~n.~n ... '~o.~o I y enewerK ann I ~un~ay severat nepnews x Jeanne Langsjoen, Linda Marsh, [ ganization launched its work [ portions closed the Silva~na" [ ................ s. I ~..:" ~f~.sY~..~i="wi'~...~i~,r" day on projects Personal de- i daughter, Mary Lou of Rochest- I Darrington also visited t Diane Osborn, Sue Pearson [ in the United States, and rap- [ Rt, .... n ~-,~a f.,. ~ n~,, ~o~ [ 1~/'~ I ~'~" ~. .... % ..... ." "L "=... ~." velopment was chosen by five [ er, Minnesota paid them a visit I home. , ...................... ,7 .... ector Ior tne series ann wul oe " a The Sch " " " " ] Jeanette Roodzant, Laurie Shy- [ ~dly thereafter established ha- I.....~,. ,~.^ _,...., ............ I vaV ~amn [ ............ of the g~rls who were: Lind [ enewerks hved m Lake- [ Lake K1 has set the scene - w~,. ,,e ~up u* ~a,u uccuHeu j It" asslsteu oy Mrs. ~lma wooos w " " " der. Phil Stanley. Ken Sutter,[vens for the unfortunate over[nn the l~.in~r Rntton nl~t~o ~nd[ w 4A .,,^ [....n "~,~,... 5, .... w..,,,~ BJorn, Margm Bolton, Cathy[ ood twenty years ago and[many outmgs and picnics Graham Swenseh~ Ruth Wag- / much of the world. Internation- I ~nn~'~'~nt-'l'~,'--~--~"~,:.~n"h~ "~= [ .|lln~ | _~,.~'[|| I .............. ~ ..... Strickland, Betty Hall and An- I were neighbors of the Lalle- / week-ends. Among those ner, Jerry Williams, Tom Wi]-[al offices still are located in/~%~'~:(~,'-~ ~'~-~',=,=~".ff~ ~,'~1 ......... I ..... -----------~-~'~--~ drea Taylor. The girls metlmands. Mrs. Schenewerk isljoying a picnic at the Lake liams /~7larvWoods MarvinlLondon. According to Hoog- 12"..SL'-~^~ "..7.~.'_2~ ~'__~,"L2"_'2~_" I What is Day Camp? Day[ ~i111 ~1[[1110" many foreign students whom [ employed by the Mayo Clinic as [ Resort on Sunday was a C , ~. ' . ~lUe. II~, ~tUJllp~ i~IlU ~i:ty/II " ' d f '---- """ -'--'-"o Yost [stad, the local dtstrmt of the[of ....... h~.t~., 9 nnn .... ,~' [ Camp means daily perto s o I they found most interesting. ] a special nurse, and because of [ Scout group from Everett. ~venth Grade---Marc Bates, IArmy encompasses Snohomish, [ ~u~,~'*~ ~'~'~. ~.*,~' I supervised outdoor activity, an i ~A~ ~ ~ ~1 Three girls chose careers for I her profession, has had the [ A week-end guest at t BeverlvCarlson, Deena Danu- [Island and Kmg counties. [ ~, ,h .... n ~na ..... i;; ...... [ experience in smal -group ou - [ ~ ~ their !~roject. They ,were Lyn- [ pleasure of accompanying sev- [ home of Mr. and Mrs. /_,1 bio ]~arbara Helms, Diane I The Salvation Army's activi. I ~7.. ~,%.~,~'~..~"='~r~,=~"~'~ ~'~',~" [ door living. It means having I Edwin Mitlinz (71) of R 1, ] nea G~hamer, Mary Taylor, and ] eral patients on trips One [ Swimme was Jim Torrey, Jenft Shauna Jordan Roseanne I ttes are many, said the speak- ] ...... ,.. ~, or,,,,, ........ ~ [ fun, fmdmg new f ends and r - I Box 14, Arlin~,ton died Monday I Susan Kaylor. They partm~pat- I particularly enjoyed was the [ former remdent of Lakew Malsheski Janie Meyer Marvin ler, and include men s rehablli- [ ,.,,,,, ~o,~,~ [ newmg the old, and outdoor ad- [ eveninz after an extended Ill- ] ed in a side trip to Spokane for [ one last year to Glaemr Nation- [ now remdmg in Seattle. gM:2tY'v~kqeda O;~d~;, hn in ( al[aat nentCsent pgvhangdimgea s l Stated hyatYhedc Per[slvextruryu between 7 and 177'[~I~" 15M, r'18~thng asomo r [e w :aves't WaSnma:: [ akugP~ i~inryM~2ta~s cHer landMr~aandyMhrS,~HenrvYeD~oa~ Ruckert, Janice Thomas, Randy ] and lodging for men who are I fmom t~e road which was open- [ Then sign. up for 2 weeks .of [ Wis. He had lived in this area [ hospitals and banks. The girls [ pleted her third year of college | diak, Alaska where they Thompson, Barbara Wangsmo. Iwithout funus, many on their[ed again by Thursday [day camping at ~amp ~)re[for about 40 years, employed[enjoyed their stay at the tiers-fin Rochester, and is studying[make their future home Hono: Roll 3.0-3.49 [way to seasonal type employ- / o " I camp DaCa, on me Arlington I with the Northern Pacific Rail- I itory and the many social gath- [ to be a dietician. Another [ Drabeck will continue co~ Ninth Grade --- Linda Btorn, "ment), boys" ClUbS, summer i~~~-.~"~--'--- [ Airport. Days: June 19 thru 30. [ way Comoany as fireman [ erings that included dancing, I daughter, Sandra, who is em- [ mercial fishing. They have Richard Bratland Jim Caesar I camps, emergency aid to famfl- | ,v~ ...... **,~ h~,~,~,ah~ | Hours 9:30 to 3:30. [ Surviving him are his wife, I swimming, bowling, tennis and ] ployed as a nurse at Fort Law- / sided in Lakewood for f Virginia Colburn', Carl Eng-' [ ies, Christmas cheer through [ ke~s'"whi~"~dorn-"~ee' h;l~t [ Register with Mrs. Howard [ Susie Miffing, of R. 1, Arling- [ ping pong. The expenses for [ ton, was also visited | years. _, strom Keith Hall Trac,, Jack | food and toys, aid to service- I .......... I Christianson, 421 Alcazar, GE 5- I ton; four stendau~,hters one | the trip were partly raised by | The Dairy Wives Club met on / The LaQuilla Garden Cr , , z " . poles on ~lymple avenue nave . ,- ~, . . . son Dar~l Johnson Susan Kay-[men, and aid to unwed moth-[.~^.. ~ ..... .~ ~.~.~ ,~,~ ,~,o,., ] 3670 or w~th Mrs. Vernon An-[stepson, one brother, one sister[selling Chrtstmas cards and [Thursday, June 8 at the Darl-[will make a tour of the I~ .~.,~,~ ..aro.~ ~ ..l~ln,~r o" D~..n~ .... K1 .... h~, [ers. The scope of our actlv~tms/ ........................ ~ ve~ urt. - /derson, 434 Alcazar, GE 5-2823. land, 16 grandohfldren. [ candy and a pancake breakfast gold butldmg in Everett. A mond Gardens in Sultan John L,nth, Miekey Lovgreen, [.. be eahzed, he said, when ]in~ them down to a better ] The Day Camp fee is $7_fi0 ~or ] Funeral services w,ll be held[ was held. The group is hoping [ pot-luck luncheon was held at [Wed., June 21. Members are" can r " moc ~;o tile ten xou~ e , g - . . . Bruce Marshlain, Bonnie Me- I ~ gtve you me n.umDer o~ nos- I height for easier viewing Oth- / regmtered memoers t~.~o tor I in the Weller & Solie Funeral[ to be able to make the trip [ 12:30. The dairy princess, Miss [ meet at Fidelity Hall at lu: Clellan Charles Mullin WalD, IPiram the ~alvation Armyl ....... L'_ __ /non-members) This fee in- IChapel on Saturday, June 17,1again next year /Judy Ann Sesby, was presentedlA M and bring a sack 1~ ' ' ~ mai ain er projects to improve t,,e ap- . . . . . -. Peper, Arlen Pumphrey, Jill[.. nt_. s forunwed mothers---[pearance of the town is the[Cludes acc,dent insurance, milk, ]at 1 p.m. with the Rev. Rientjes] -- [with a check for $50 towards I If desired, picnic arranges Rochon Geov.e SatushekMa"~' t 6a in me u b alone m tnese I ........... / program materials,and the ! officiating Burial will be in Ar I The Miriam Circle met last / purchasing a wardrobe She / can be brought to be displ~ , ~, , ~z o " " " " mowing ot me grass on area~ . " . . . Taylor Carl Wa~,ner [ h spirals the mothers-to-be are | ~ ~ ~ ........ ~ ..... / salaries of trained counselors. [ lington Cemetery. [ Tuesday, with eight ladles par- J will compete m the state con- [ Installation of officers wfl , ~, wheremere .o ~ ~. Eighth Grade---Connie Hog-[cared for_physically, .and. en-[keep .......... "[ This .year Susann Johnson[ , ~ [ticipating in a work party that[test in Seattle on June 30.[so be held. -arth Donna -~n~e Kathy I courageo to renaollirate Tnem- 1 " .. lWill De ~ay camp uirector. Ar- l ~~ . [ i!ii il / ] i.. ~venth Grade----JuiCe "Arnold [ and every Sunday for those who [ n~or , Rev. Joergenson I_ : .... I ' wis .-v~ !. ..... ~ mw ' Tim Barlett Ricks, Berneth,, [ h to attend. [ | .... | MAYONNAISE ............................................................................ Quart Size I ~~~~ Tim B~orn "rer" Bl~acker Pea~":i Aid to servicemen, said Cap-/I-L~,, !~^,. D~.^LIA,,~,, I!-!,~,.~ .q,,nd~v Im ..... I line Crawford, Sandra Dar-[tainHg.stad, started with the [ ~, [ .,7 , [~ ....... I ~~ neille, Larry Funk, Kenny Ha-|~panisn-Amer]can war, and has [ Arlington s official dog catch-[ o The Rev. Joergenson, ~ne [ ,,r) A(-~nrv * 12 Oz cma ....... I ~,e,~ Ja,~o ~a~,es Bruce Heaven, I contmuea to me present rime."/er White reports that the dogs I first minister o~ me lOCal ~s-I~ ~.~zxr'- ~ r)~-rr,,e " " n n I~ v I ~~:~|~::::,~::~ Ra'v' Hus~b~' IVlil~e Larson, Fred [ The speaker touched, too, on / are still a problem in Arling- I sembly of God church, will be | ~ m ~ t ~.~ m "-- ~ zx~ ~r~ o ~ l| K I~ ~L I ~ Nv~,-rd a~'i,. Pritchard Shervllthe problem of financing the/ton Not only are there quite al the speaker at the Sunday[~ "I'II IBI~ ~ I --~s, .~m,,~ I i~l~re~'-"Ursula ~chm~d,[Army's activities. The familiar[few dog owners who have not[morning service Sunday, June/~ ,I, Wli~ Jl,'ql ~ ~ !/TM~U .... I 1 ll :gI ~" stand and receptacle at Christ et secured do hcenses for 18 LUL~,II Gregory Schroedl, Kathy Smoke, . . " " Y g " Dennis Soule, Linda Solem,[mas time is one source, said [ their pets, but there are several[ ~ [~ __ ---- i ____ [ A WOI~h~N WITH Linda Sorenson, Eileen Speer, [ Hoog.stafl, also we are a mere: [ dogs reported that have bad [ A ~-[ ~ ~-]~- ~H IY ~/~ q t~ ~ ~ AT A ~ [ HORSE SENSE, NEVER e* area * o* Suc " "'-- " I , " "" " O " Linda Tate, Verna Teague, Ha .... g " ~ BECOMES A NAG. ..., ,ro,,,o ~,~. w~,.. ~.rl~ all additional fund rais-do~,s, he says, should not be ..... / ~z,~=n'~'~= ........................ ling drives with that organiza-[ner~rnitted to play with other L~St 0uad[ "'~ ........ ...... [ ~On~aA2O~h~rSggr~e t~fe i~nme~ [ animals or children. . .-. [ The Arl" ington High School $ __, ----_ .... I ~ Y Mr wnite also reports tnat Volunteers Work Thrift Centers (stores)~`.whe~[hehassevera~niced~gsinthelh~n~r~r~f~r~`t~r~astnq~aJ~e~[~ ~~l ~l f ~ ~l ~kd goods previously reconaltioneal,~ound, and invites anyonel~O .%.~. .... . ~,., : .,-.e.. "t:,'/~ 1---~l i"~1-- ] 1..:. ~ T 1. " -- " "" b workers in our sho s is [ ~" .... Lmnunio, ts given nerewlm ~.-J_at). At ( np Killoqua I s~ld This he added "~roPvSides' wmhlng a good pet to mvestl-[ Honor roll requirements (based [ ~ r ~ t~ E ~ ,~ 1 ~L ~~ W I " ' ' ~' gate. on uarter grades)" Any stu 1 1 1 tmn 1 ~~l F Camp Killoqua was a bee- employment to many lndivid- Tnn,,irie *" ....been received[ q - " - " [ ~ ~ ~Iv I dent taKing rive subjects and hive of activity Saturday and uais unable to find work else- b,, Mr White as to whether or [ ........ | Sunda as a dele ation of Ar. lwhere, sometimes due to han...~, ." ....,~ ....... r,,~lmmntmmng a ~.u average ts el-i~ ~-- Y, g . .v,.~,,,-,,s ,~,-so.._~ .... v e dma s ]g~ble to the honor roll, except hngton Dads swarmed o er th p n w r he sa s campsite and completed roof-[ Captain Hoogstad was intro- is-,es, all dogsmust be licensed ] [~ STOKELY S * I a student ay h g Am ~ k~" licensed The a s e , Y ' m ave no D rade ' in,- ,f one buildin~, and floor I duced by J Bovd Ellis nro~,ram J ' I and not more than one C grade. / ~ ~ vmmm~v ~1 ~,vv ~-z~t ~r~z~x ILL / ~ I II~" ing of five others. Clyde Ruck-[ chairman. Also Introduced was ~r~ n 1 /'! I Any student, takm.g five sub- [ ~ L~rge II ~/Hll A E Larson cha~ ]ects ann maintaining a 6 ~ av err, who is camp chairman,[ . , "rman of the ~.,0. ~)00~100He [. . ........ . .'[~ ......... 1 ~dl~,dll~l~ I Ill states that this was the Arling-[Everett Salvation Army Ad- .. .... [erage IS .engl~le tO me mgn]v ~l~ z -Oz. ,~, -1 V'l ton assignment, and it was [visory Board ~chedule Yor A lesworth Rober /~ handled well and efficiently. [ ~ [ Y , , "[ .... .... ---" He exDresses his aonreciation I ~i- -- yd 50 if .l Ita Brendemuhl, Elaine Olson, I i to those who turned'out" Bill[~,*IU.~ 0I /tl ummer iv|oil[ills ]Betty Pearson,JanetMills,/ llilll/1 , i Real and son Terry, Bernard [ nl n Snohomish County Library [ Shanley Williams, Gary Wangs- ] ~ m/~ 1 ~ ll 1 I ~ 1 m , Peterson, E a rl McQuesten, [ rmns neumon announces changes i n t h el ~o, Limnd~eH~;ibYsT?m Peter-[ O i i ] ~, 1-Lb. --tit ~ 1 I boo mob.e c.e u,e ,or *.el I ll ll ll i not Edson, Pa er Lu d, F1 y ....... 'summer months Bookmobtle, . " _. . lm " n o d committee is working on 3 83--Joe Wiggs, Gerry York, ~ Cello plans ior a reunion Ior me Ar- " Jean "/nornton Wag?e~ . _, ........ ke [ lington High School class of borrowers should note that ,n [ 38---Judy howe, Darleen [ .,,,,,,. w.~ ~e~veu tu u, 1941 The date has not beenI some cases me say ana nme ~-" workers by Mrs. Edson and ] announced i of a stop has been changed On I Kroeze, Diane Mallonee, Juan- I Mrs. Ruckert. I -- " -- - the Monda- s of June 12th "and I ita Norman, Linda Saas, Marv- I _ i..-- ~ ,i. ~. ~ i ..... [,Ll:ne_c_ommltxee states that 26th' julyY.~0th and 24th and[inOlsn-Jeanne..Berg..a~.'.Terry~@ lll~l llmll I Jr nic r 1 .,.,. . ..... ~tuey nave me names o~ several ............... IHammerly, ~)avlcl ~airDroox,/I i----l/~i----1 I I~. M~-bll~' 1 ~~ ~A~,I~ M&.. I members of the clas- w'- -- August ttn me DOOKmODIIe Will . .~ ~ ~ ..... V, Vi|U V, CtE I ........... ~p . nora make the following stops" [Lmda Reade, ~andy "rnorsen,[~ rl ! ......1 --.~l Itneynaventeenaletcn" Dennis Alskog's, " IArlissBates. I~ I/ii i// I 25-Lb. Sack It V/~II M~ I tact. They would appreciate itI Road 9"25 9"45[ 3.6--Dolores Kroeze, Pat Sar- I l V --,..,,~ ,~,8~v-. ~ iI anyone can ~'lve iniormatlr,~ ..................... , .... T ----.:~--I I f a ~, .... r.~....... ~...|.~..~..,... "IA.~ "IA.~Ai sten, JaCK ~peer, delllllJ.el ! '~w a " III~:~U O~lllllll~ ~ ........ .LV..L~'J-V.O~ i Marysvllle barracks, veterans J as to ddressos of. Robert But- ,.~..,.,+^_ ~.~.~..., ~n.~ ~n.~ [ Hayes, Duane Hasko, Bill Bus- [ I ---" ' ton ~orma Antil ~a.t~,,, ~,~,,,~,, .......... ~,,.~,~,-~,,.~,~,. v , of World War I, met ]n Veter- [ , .. la, Harold ~ ~ Naval Radio [ tard Mike Gngom, Mary Ny- [ ,~ SCOTT S l~..--L--..ll ............. arts hall, Marysville MondaYIFunk,.Jenny ~regerson, Dean v'e~~ r'.,.~ r,,oek~ 11.~0 11.451sether, Wayne Jensen, Sandra[ tVI~[~iUUUUUW~ LII.$1.:IYb night, with a dozen membersl~vlerealm, tose ~v~erritt, Robert . ~.~" _'~='_';'~ ~'~'~^'"12:45" 1:051Aylesworth, Barbara Carlson, l~ ......... m ~ [~ from Arlington attending. There[Thorsen,..A~hur .vlnson, Harry ~ h'l~,se~lace~a ...... 1:15" 1:35[ Jackie Evans lie I I KRAFT 10-Oz. ~,~ were a~Oa2wtsoiot~rs Ir~mdg2ho: ] eWn~c~te~w~dna~n: ~amsP~n~::o~: O'so Post Office":::::::" 1145- 2:201 3.5--~arol Williams, LarryI W II 1 1 !1 llf IW l~ 1 I I'll,, rEl~lqt~l ~E mmh, , " 2" 5 2" Starr, Gail Staringer Hazel 3 55 Je~ Delegates were elected to the]ler, Lorna Hankins. Whito~or~"~4.'ift ......... " " [ 34--Linda Lorenzen, Donna[ Ug ~L~~n| ~ 1 Ll1~ II State convention, which will be [ Anyone nawng m~ormation "'~ho%" ..... 3"05 3301 Ryan, Donita Valliant, Pat li Puffed i held at Bellingham July 27-29, I as to any of the above should c~,, ~.:",~h[~'~'~:~",~ _~ .... "~_~ I Ward, Art Jarvis, Stan Lund, [ ~ TOILET TISSUE ............................................... -- 1 1 Lb. Doric Ball of Arlington beingleontact .Mrs. lv ar_.. lxonning, ~--~:'- ~:~"l"3"~nt'2~-andl Jerry Bussard, Denny Gibson, [ chosen as one of the delegates.[ .mary sville ~12 v.-z77~or ~ar- Au~,,'~' 1~0~ tl~e booknaobile[ Brian Gregory, Bonnie Lilloren, II " Four new members were ini.[ley Ixooo, Arnngton u~ o-zzz, a. w~'l~-r~lr~:h~ followin~ stons'[Nancy Williams, Mary Loul~ ............... ~ IN~t~ 4 Corner -- ml Commander Frank Johnson[ ,Arlington Grandmothers Club of Bryant " 10.30-1050[Ses ;y, Dennis Crabb, Jill Jack-[ I~ Ila n&Y.~ CF.NES went to Stanwood to organize l wm meet in me v. ~'. w. nan ~ ...... a ~,.~+~==~';~"'"~a:~5 11:1~ son, Anna Johnson, Katie/ .~ ~ ~'~ ~ v ....... a new barracks there. [ on June 20. Lunch wi 1 at Kuehn'.~ 11"35-11"50 ! Krause, Virgins Nelson, CheryllLb. LEAN, ,m. .... o.+ M I IM I T P -,r .... nr.,~n ............ , ......... tro._.. ~ ...... .... . --.-. Kackman Road .... 2:40-3:10 Sharon Barker, Deanna Jantz, [LDC 'L At/,--, ,,. New Store Hours ........ ~'~hi~ ~'~'l~'~ [~?1"~ ~'~~1~,. R.E. Roth's, Wesley Falor, ShirleYalvm BurnettKlein'| ...... ~" . ....... ~'~ll In~r~A ~ ~ c I "-~,r'~ ~ v.~-.~~'~ ~*~" Shoultes Road .... 3:25-3:40 Pat Murphy, C " , ' A& uINrI" -- Publisl~ed by Boys and girls who will be in Irene Patch, Irma Turner, San- ,~ ..... L'~L tVll~l|l "k J--H~" A~I ~jr.,rr~,r ~Txr'v,V~,T'. o~ the fourth through the eighthdy Zahradnik, Sam r~eDei, JU~- rlxr_.,or~ mE .~r~ m~... T[']~ ,-~-~*~'-~ * ~*~ r~x~,, *~-~ ~.,v emuhl Phll Johnson ~uv J.C. CARPENTER FI~NK~ M H" grades this fall are reminded Ith Bred ' " ' Lb. I .AK]M | Da rington AND to ask on the bookmobile forKaye Dennis. ~Ve J. C. CARPENTER ................................................. Editor & Manager Member Natlonal Edlorlal Association Member Wuhlngt.on Newspaper PubtIshers' Association Pt~i~hed every Thursday at 426 Olympic Ave., Arlington. Washin~on Telephone GE 5.2408 Washington, under the act of March 3, lo'/9. En~ as 2nd Class matter, In the Pe~t ~fftee at Arlington, VoL XXH. Thursday, 4O their Vacation Reading Club membership folders O A well-ordered life is like climbing a tower; the view half- way up is better than the view from the base, and it steadily becomes finer as the horizon expands.--William Lyon Phelps. O RUBBER STAMPS Arlington ~dnting Co. 3.16--Kathy Griggs. Store 3.0--Arline Oberg, Rodger NEW Collins, Levearn Engstrom, Ron Almli, Pam Teague, Terry Real, EVERY DAY Ed Soles, Richard Stedman, Dick Klesick, Jim Chappell, . INCLUDING SUNDAYS Right to Limit Esther Kroeze, Tina Millak,, T~, Darla Miller, Janet Johnson, I ~u. w Above Prices effecUve at the Dm~ingtma Stm Jim Bryson, Darre! Tom, Carl]~L Thm'~la~'-Fridm/-~, June 15-16-17. Moll, Charles Haskell, Jim I ~ : ...... I 00OOOOOOO0000 O0O0000000000000000001 Huber, Lawrence Hall, Jim | tioruyk, Bill Klum, flank Lind. i