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PAGE FOUR TIlE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, TIIURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1953 % ArLingluu i irnr ,URN Y n(J Successor to Laura Preston THE H&LLER CITY TIMES Vol. LXVI. Thursday, June 25, 1953. No. 91 Monday morning Stella Par- . :'arts, her daughter Lois Brent- -_~,i~,~.t,ti,,, p~i,.,~ ,)rm po, yoar" ~nn her Year outside Snoho nell and gran--son David left for ~almh iCb~gly.b Issued every Thursday. Published at Arlington, lel~iutl~eei2d57~)em2urC~ml ~2i~ ~il/ash ng ' Y"= ............... IN" CO .~tayed in Sumner ~Ionday nigh't -r~v- A~LI~-I-U~ ~1~1 ~.. . [ " : ...... r usi an- T c, o^u ................ ARSH ~VlSlIlng w]rn ne co n o r, na~xT.~,~" ~t~. ~. M~,r ,familY, the Everett McGo~ans, " rlin ton Wash l ruing on to Tacoma Tuesday Zmlered as 2nd Class matter, m the Post Office at A g , "I ~ttend to business and then visit tnffton, under the act of March 3, 1879. !with the Matt Taylor and E. M. EDITORIAL BYNGMAN RHEE Regardless of our sympathies, find our opinions of United Nations strategy in Korea, there is one thing that is quite clear, and we think, must be taken into considera- tion in future Korean activity--Synglnan Rhee is not trustworthy. There can be no guesswork nor doubt in planning military strategy, and Syngman Rhee t!as demonst}'ated that he cannot be trusted. Such treachery as that accom- plished in liberating war prisoners could'be accomplished in other fields. It could be disastrous to the United Na- tions and to the United States THE BATTLE ON T. , Forty years ago "Consumption ' or tuberculosis, was a dread disease that was a constant threat to young and old alike. Through an intelligent campaign by health depart- ments and the various tuberculosis associations through- out the country, T. B is on the run, and it is no longer "Young families. Stolla will st)end all her time in Seattle calling on several i friends, namely Mr. and Mrs. J. i A. Johnson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Huff and family, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Morgan and fam- ily and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gray. They plan to return home Wed- nesday Mr. and Mrs. Makus and fam- ily were Father's Day dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Ma. kus' parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. Burns, in Granite Falls. Mr .and Mrs. O. C. Robison at- tended the very lovely wedding of their granddaughter Eileen Robison, Saturday evening in Se. attle. Mrs. Robison was very proud in being the young !couple's only grandmother pres- ent,' thus having the lead in the reception line. About 150 guests attended the wedding Sunday Mrs. Robison was sur- prised by a visit from Seeley Anderson of Montesano. His mother is the former Mabel Gus- taveson. Seeley was born on the Burn Hill but left with his par- ents while quite small and this was his first visit back. Mrs. Claude Damaske, son Vic and Miss Mac Ann Bresley mo- Celebration (Continued from ! by telephoning Lund Fowler at 7212 There fee for single entires. 3:30 p.m.--Water ton vs. Fire DeptS 9:00 p.m.--Street pie 1st and Awarding beard ners. Provisions have changing the Kids' Field Day in rain. The wrestling on--rain or Stage Depot Thieves broke into f ton-Everett Stage det~ night or early M(,nda~ entrance, it is l houg gained by cutting locl door. An attempt was move safe from where to th6 wall, some of material being re0' $90,000 appropriated to reconstr#uct the curving wooden bridge over North Fork Nookachamps ever. the attempt.was creek on Highway 1-A in Skagit county.--Times Fhoto. . !Tui, anu The tnleve~ ~__~~ ~ .... wire me cash arav Holmstad Reunion l u on at the P'o ee .Pa ilion There was no set program, the counter, Which con last Sunday. day being ~pent in visiting $10.00. Descendants of Elias and lava! Over two hundred were pres-t Mr. and Mrs. Holmstad came]made their way up Holmstad, early settlers of thelent, some of the family memberslto the United States from IXlor- canoe, settling at South Fork of the Stillaguamishlcoming from as far away as Spa- way in 1883. They came tothe Elias and lava valley, gfithered in a family re- kane. Stillaguamish valley in 1888, and the parents of 00000000000000000000000000 000000000 G Farm- Fresh S TA L'E Y'S Meats Fruits & Vegetables feared as it, was forty years ago. tared to Seattle Sunday to at- CRESCENT SLICED I.. ,','n-nsi n i" ll')llSiIl~ tend a silver wedding anniver- GOLDEN MEATED sary reception In honor of Mrs i.d.s ry, s , p , , .... g fe Mr: LB CANTALOUPES . 2 ,or 25e t chools has ltals etc it is mterestm to note Damaske's brother and wl that the state health department would close the Alder- and Mrs. A. L. Lee: In the fore- ..... noon mey were met oy ivirs ua- WHITE CALIP SHAFTERS wood sanatarlum and consolidate its work with the Fir- maske's sister and husband" Mr SMCED lands institution in King couny, because in the latter in- and Mrs. Oscar Johnson, of' Sil: ~, .. NEW SPUDS .... Lb 3~ r) veroale and they all visited " -Oz. shtution with over . ,000 beds there are only 1,800 pa- Woodland Park until time to go Rfln ENDS AND ,, SNOW w~r,P~. Pk-a ' m~| PIECES ~ ........... -"~" tients, and according to reports, the nun~ber of new eases to the reception. They report the i~ " " ~A~T~|I~:~ZZT~ . ~ ........ c, ......... t main attraction to be the rose ~, , L, AuLIrLUWI i. Eachl'/C OI 1"..D. iS oeennln~ In ~/asnlngton. ~ta...e gardens, which" are extraordln"- ~ ASSORTED In the discussion as to the advlsab]hty of such a con- arily cb autifUlrWieth l erYnak d **.,.., ..-= .i FULL PODDED, LOCAL solidation the thing that seemed important to us was the The,, all ac,efedthat iucl'a ,,or" ~ I IIMI MLAI .- GREEN PEAS . . . 2 .-- 25e "" * o" " S v . ~ . ~ ," ~ bl5 ~.u~,. statement that the fight on T. B through the che. t x-ray , geous display is worth any one s ~, LUllt mLru . ,,,. o..a , ,m-tan search for T B amon school children, time toga see. . .~ , FRESH LOCAL "GREEN ONIONS or ;~ Ul "~" ~**" ...... . _~ . . .. Mrs. Tom Almii ~r., is having I ~KINLF.~S ~'~ ]r~|~]~]~.l~ 67} ~..~ " ," fi ht a ainst the dreaaeo (nsease. " " at home before I~ ~ , ishelping to ~ln the g g _ a brief interlude ......... ][~/.UJlOrl]~.~ .... ~ nun. O~ ~ When one case is spotted, and isolated, according to returning to the Everett General lUlrlU Ip , r=.,. . . Hospital for another operation. NmV CROP wwm~" the reports, three potential victims are saved. In other Mrs. Wm. Rock, daughter Pat O NI~I [~ LB. r~.~'~ ~'~t,~li, Tl'~ A ~'~" Pets Love It words, the exposure of additional victims is prevented, and sister-in:law Eileen, with her ~l~al) UNIUN~ * ~ Lbs. zO'C In addition through modern treatment, the victims ~etlln~erlrelClna%lhag: ~l"ee~se(s I~ ~ PORK LINK ARIZONA SEEDLESS f~[ , . , . o ~W Lb of T B. in the majority of cases are helped back to health. Mrs. O. C. RoblSOrt Monday.. ~ ~t~| |~ ~m t~n a~,~n~t.,~, , ~ ~'~ " " /_ , Mr and Mrs Ed Almli enter- lip lal / lrLrKIJll . ~ ZNC cun Through the purchase of Christmas seals, and co-op- .A . o," , . , |r LB. .... tah,=u ,,t F,~her s Da.~ dlnnel ~ vl m~ ~mm eration in the chest x-ray campaign, citizens Jura. ni an Mrs. Almli's parents, Mr. and ~ :.,. , , "