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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, TttURSDAY, J[ NL 18, 19o3. .PAGE TIERF_,m . .I Herbert Ehason [J t~ | 1~. ,,|T" ARLINGTON HTS. Ebey-Lake Riley U. of W. t~raauates rram u Norita Tveit Phone 256J4[1[ Terry Bunten, corr. 'l Phone 307w2 Daltons ReturnMre than 1200 June gradu- June 15. (Special)--- ales received b'achelor's de-rees ~,IailRoute Extenmon L, University of Wash- :,t t~,~ ~Q~, ...... ~ Tl,,~w,o~,, ,,f After "fifteen years of trying,"lFrom Southern Trip hman from Arlington, eL ',~. ,'~t," ~2 ............ "?~ "" the mail is finally being deliv.I Mr and Mrs Gee. Dalton and -~d this week with an wa. mn ton Lommencement ex- " - . . " ' er~,~ '~-h,~hav X,,n,~ 12 This ered to the Lee, Myer, LwmgstonJdaughter Carol Lynn of Arhng- tnagerial appointment ................... a v " " h ..... ht th,~ ,,,~',= rat.1 tn m~r,~ and Swansop homes. The marl[ton were Tuesd y e enmg vm- L54 school year at the t.~:~.~a~,~., ................. had previously been delivered at]itors at the Bunten home They annual managerial ~,~,. ...... , _ _ . Nicks' corner. , Looks like the[told of being between two storms ~^~egrees were afio awaroya toi,,modern world' is hitting all[when they made a trip back to lassfll, director of ath- zuz graouate s~uaen.ts..~z oentalI parts of the country IOklahoma to visit George's moth- ~unced that Moll has stuaents..... ano ~u mealcal stuaents ..... I ---------- J c, alm~ l=lat~^'"*iv^s= r=ccnuX.*" --,,cyst^" !ed as one of s#veral Teacnmg and nursing certffmates .... , [From Ilhnom [also vmlted George s son in managers on the in- also were awarded to 125 stu-I Mr. and Mrs. Martin Law of JLouisiana. In spite of the storms Ports staff. Under the oeG~Svernor Arthur B Lan lie tFteL~lis were rS:nd~ymgUests atIthey had a very enjoyable trip aanagerial set-up at g " [ " es Dar e. TheJthrough the southern states. See. a, the number of stu- greeted the gradua'tes, and Presi-IMartins are from Millstadt, Ill.,[ing those electric storms of the :ted gach year grows dent Henry Schmitz gave thelhome town of Mrs. Darrow; thuslmidwest and southern states was ly less until one man- Commencement address. I the Darrows were brought up tola new experience for Mrs. Dalton as to be in charge dur. Among the graduates was Her-! date on "home happenings! [ as she has spent most of her life :or year. Appointments bert Hildor Eliason son of Mr l I ............ by the athletic depart- . ., ~ nere at Arnngton. lvlrs, ualton s and Mrs..Hlldor .Ehason of. Arl-I Mrs. Ethel Conrad of Seattle/son' Bob Willett, accompanied and coaches n mgt.o.n, wn.o recewea a ~acnemrlwas a visitor at the Julius Nor-|them" the son of Mr. a d , R. 1, Arlington. of scmnce m Forestry degree. man home Sunday Mrs. Conrad| o [graduated from high school with[ Mrs Florence Kitchen In Arlington - Phone 1344 I Thora and her sister twenty-five[visi~: in Connecticut i hhve any article J KILLOUGH rCLEANERS l years ago. [ ~I~s. F. S. Kitchen, a former not m use, try a A~,v~u~"VTennT~ [ Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tveit at- resident of this community, left ad, ] ............. /tended a baby shower on Mrs., Sunday, June 7th, for, West Ha- Harold Tveit at the home of the Roy Lewes of Alger, Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Swan- son and children attended a "family turkey dinner" at the John Schei home in East Stan- wood Sunday. ven, Conn., where she will visit her relatives and friends for a month West Haven is where she was born and grew, up. She will also visit Harrisburg, Pa., the late ,Mr. Kitchen's childhood home and where his brother and rel- atives still live. Mrs. Kitchen II Itt WITH A GIFT FROM A whole store full of famous brands of Sport Shirts--Arrow, Cooper's, and Black Bear---all the new easy-to-iron fabrics-- pamper Pop with a Sport Shirt from Ifam- mer's--Sizes 14 to in short and hmg J Mrs. Caroline Yost visited with makes her home now in Arling. sleeve styles. her sister, Mrs. Agnes Yost, in ton, where she,has employment Edmonds last week Mr. and Mrs. m the city clerk s office. Sproule McGinniss of Edmonds brought her home Sunday. Guy Schultzs r VLslt Old ~Ebey Home Mr. and Mrs. Gee ge Fulfs of " " Dad to a gill that he'll carry proudly. Salute Dad with Arlington were Sunday visitors Mr. and Mrs. Guy Schultz and that he'll enjoy. . at the Harley .... , ........ MeYander hnmo sons Eddie and Bobble and a ........... frmnd, all of Seattle were callers ~lsters oz vtrs. JUnUS ~orman, at the Louise Wailit ~,--~- him a "Snorkel"--Sheaffer Pen Co.'s new Judith and Martha Harrison of ~ - .~ .... ner ,~,,,~ .~ .. bunoay. ~uy ls me son~ o~ r~a :;0n--'he O'nes u H wr"ngm instrument to oat'e. Seattle were WSltOrs at the Ju- ~. ....... . -. ' .... ~cnul[z a iormer~raKeman oI [lUS ~orman nome. Mr. ano mrs ..... ' _ . . OTH RS PRICED TO $5.95 , - me ~ey Logging company ano $12.50. Olaf Bjorn and family of Silver ....... ' . .... nveu a~ uamp ~ ~now the Albert LaKe were guestsalso. .......... Flagge home) when the com- ild Electric Razor and $14.95 will buy a new v,r ano wrs unucK rienctnx .." .... pany was m operatmn here. The aAn~ngt:ni'_ ~n?)dwernU~aenl~n': Schultzs will be remembered by ok Colonel---or a Remmgton (ontour. ......... ....... 2u2 aYl some of the old employees of the VI~ILUID ~t LIIU 2%1L IVUIL llUlIlt~, i comuanV o him a Kaywoodie Pipe fro. that after dinner Mrs. Randi Bevie and daugh-i - -" _______ ~--~Meersehaum ter Mildred of Stanwood, spentl To Wait tor Nc~/maker lined--S12.50. last Sunday with Mrs. Gerda! Dad and I tried jumping the an Lighters at 5 50--Regens Lighters at 1.75 rersson, i gun and making a little hay Roger Williams, nephew of Ju- when the sun shone last week, --' ............ '--"~ ..... ~ ........... lius and Art Norman of Grey,I but just when we thought we d a Fisherman? Ia., was a visitor at the Julius]had it about ready for the mow | Norman home Sunday. ]old Jupiter Pluvius dumped a few[ | ~,~o can help vou with either fresh .................... or salt water tackle wctorla" .Mr.. andHe~ghtsMrS. JlmwereHOlbeC.kFrlday [ we'llf[bucketShavef waterto waitn forit' SOmoreI ~i~ink [ |sun " .~!i~i::!~i:):l'd-[~ ~:,:''.:.: :~. ~!~ ~!~:; evening visitors at the Clarence[or study the old Farmers Alman- him a Paper-Mate Pen Leak proof, smear Swansonhome ~lac a little closer to catch the .::.::::~ .~.~. ~:::.,.: -$1~69.__.__ I Mr. ano ~v~rs. Carl Childs spemlri~,ht mann M~,n :::::~ ........... " ..... last Wednesday afternoon with] -" ......... " ':*:::~' ~": ~*;: M~: ,Gerda Persson. ~. ,_^ Dickie Fisher of Spokane is .~!" ,.~., :: Billfolds-.-Fineh- tailored--quality leather. ,~,cK bwanson IS sportm.g a ~o spending summer vacation with ~'~" ~:' :; $2.00 to _$10.00," plus tax :vmrcurY.and very t~nice'ls oeep green In color his Dad, Howard Fisher. :~ "~:~:: :~ ~-~ayC-~~d8 ...... ;2 .............. r~ Mr Gee Reed of Seattle came Mu~t ut t.e yuul,r~tcz~ a ~ - ................bu.~v ~t ~umm~r oobs--imainl, .v up to visit for a week.end with ~ picking strawberries! "Oh, my his daughter, Mrs. Del Waugh. Carl Schmid and his father-in- law, Gee. Hageman, of Edmonds, made a business trip to Skyko- mish on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Will l~rhy "took their grandchildren Claudi~ and Robert Pray home to Port Town- send over the week-end, they having spent a week at the Pray home. Mr. and Mrs. Pray made a bus- iness trip to Everett one day this aching back" was a familiar phrase in many of the homes Monday evening~right ? o DEGREE OF HONOR PRE-SCHOOL GROUP TO'MEET SATURDAY The Pre-School group of the Degree of Honor wilt meet Sat- uraay at 2 p.m. at the Wm. Kah- let home, corner Stillaguamish avenue and County road. ALPROSEN LODGE past week. TAKES HOLIDAY [ Mrs. Bassford has her sister During the month of June thereIHelen Sutto,~ ae .~,~tt~, vi~it~,,~ will,be no meeting of Alprosen|her this week." ............... ~" Lodge Vasa Order, according tol Mr .............. ' ....... I ~. rranClS Wllllamson OI ~e- announcement ON ~ooge OII1- .~+~, ~,~ ....,...,.. _ _,. 1-_ atttg la vl~ltlrlg at her son s IN AND LOOK AROUND--You may see the right gift" for him on Father's I)ay. cials. home, (Beryl) Williamson, and working at the Alexander home in Arlington. Mrs. Coates of Seattle is visit- ing her daughter, Mrs. Beryl Wil- liamson. Tuesday visitors at the Bass- ford home were Mr. and Mrs. C. Z. Beegle of Tacoma Mr. and Mrs.-Farrel Spencer and children (Billie and Janice) of Walla Walla are visiting Mrs. Spencer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Cooper. Mr. Cooper made a trip to Seattle Monday to see his doctor. Mr. and Mrs. E. Solberg visited Sunday afternoon with the Roy]| Thompsons of Arlington Heightsl| Ralph and Ellen Gustafson ell| Seattle were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lawson Select slacks for father from thelargest c.olleetion in town--over 150 pair to choose from--sharkskins, g a b a r d i n e s, worsteds, tweeds, and fla'nnel in the new crease resistant fabries- Sizes 28 through 44--Pendleton and other famous brands. TO Tee Shirts Handkerchiefs Famous brands. Sizes"Arrow" hanks.Inf. S-M-L. rials a~d plain. $1.95 ..F~ :gt~ '.;': :'. '.i:i:.:; ':~:~:!:]',~ii~ Ties Pajamas Cohama prints, al- so bows. "Manhattan" broad. cloths, Sizes A-B-C-D. $1.50 $3.95 f. ' Tee Shirts Swimwear. "'Jockey" white t e e ']antzen' swim trual~, Socks Belts shirts. Nylon neck- Boxer and e 1 a s t i c St. Andrews heath- lines, styles, ers. Nylon and Or- "Paris" selected cow- Ion mixture, hides. Sizes 28 to 50. $1.25 $ .95 $1.00 $1.50 GIVE DAD... ..... Only at Hammer s in Arliugton do you find America's favorite whito shirts ..... "Arrow.' ' Anchored Buttons Mitoga Tailored Sizes 14 to 18 Sleeves 32 to 35 .I ) 1 9 S Ford s New Wonder Ride... Choice of Ralph is Mrs. Lawson's son. Mr. and Mrs. E. Knudsen and Mrs. Mabel Knudsen Reed of Se. attle visited with Mrs..George C. Dietz at Lake Riley, Sunday, June 7th. Ed Schatz left for eastern Washington Monday morning, June 8th, to work in the fruit harvest. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Well spent the week-end ~June 6th) in Se- attle with relatives and old friends. On Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Woll and Joe Pullmen were vis- it0rs at the Bert Johnson home. '.The Walter Buntens took in the ... Cresunark Bodies... Suspended Pedals... Fordomatic Drive Strawberry Festival at Marysville Saturday. There were some" nice school bands there. We were proud to see Arlington High step- ping briskly along the line with the best of them. &| WHITE ELEPH/(NT SALE AT ARLINGTON HEIGHTS Saturday night, June 20th, will be bargain night at the Arling- ton Heights Improvement Club. We'll look for you, *friends, to come riding in on your own White Elephants, carrying a well loaded purse under your arm. Anything usable, from gold fish to tractors, will be gladly accepted. Take a look in your cellar and attic, maybe an albino pachyderm you little suspected is hiding there. SALMON BAKE AT PRIEST POINT The Priest Point Grange has made final preparations for its annual Salmon Bake to be held on Sunday, June 21. The salmon will be barbecued by Mrs. Elea- nor Wi)liams. $/11 fellow Grange members and the general public Fueling... Full-Circle Visibility... fordomatic Drive opUonel at extra os1. Me. ~. . 99 ~ 41 Worth re features, Ford sworth ore you buy it... worth more when you sell Ford is the top triumph in a 50 year I got more of'the things you need and L et car than anything within" hailing of its low price. But one ride is worth a pictures, ao come in and See... Value ". and Test Drive.... a new Ford tMa3! are invited to attend. "Arlington's Friendly Ford Dealer Since 19~1" ARLINGTON, WASH in. and Open" House I