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P tAGE EIGHT BRYANT Alice Thomsen Phone 250W3 Grange will meet Friday, July 10. There will be a mixup of of- ricers, and a lot of fun is antici- pated as the men filling offices held by ladies will wear women's clothes. The time on the coffee band deal for the urn has been post- poned six weeks, so Grangers are urged to gather all bands pos- sible. Albert Bowles left by bus Fri- day night for Spokane, where he met Mrs. Bowles and the chil- dren and all came home Sunday, reporting a wonderful time. CEDARVALE- GRANDVIEW Helen Sheppard. corr. The Bethel Mission Sunda ;chool is having vacation for the month of July. We hope to see you all back August 2nd. Mrs. John Udeen made a trip to Seattle Saturday, June 27th to at- tend a Stanley hostess luncheon at the Town and Country club. Roland Ensign was taken to the Arlington hospital last Wed- nesdav for an appendectomy. We all wish him a speedy re- covery. We are all glad to see Mrs. Bertha Benson home from the THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WAStIINGTON, THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1953. FAREWELL PARTY FOR GORDON HERZ A farewell party was given June 28th in behalf of Pvt. Gor- don Herz at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Burke Heaton. Pvt. Herz recently completed his basic training at Fort Lewis, with the 44th Inf. Division He left Everett last week for New Jersey, and from there will go or-! erseas. I Friends and relatives who were present at the farewell party were: Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Ruth FOR Mr. and Mrs. Herz, Mr Tony Staringer and ch: and Mrs. Siemiller, Mr Floyd Heaton, Mr. a: Pecnick, Mr. and Mrs. mer and children, Jack Anderson, Herz, nee Marguerite 2 Marysville. Both Marguerite are gradu Arlington High will make her home at eats for the present " Best wishes were all present. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bowles are hospital in Seattle, greatly im- SHORT the proud owners of a new 23- proved. It. deep lreeze. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Morrison :"~ Mr. and Mrs. Roland Ferguson and daughter Linda of Seattle o .... TIME of Edmonds and Mrs Della Full- ~pent the week-end at the W.F.k ' "'~ ' er of Seattle visited Mrs. Fuller's Peterson home. :!IL " ONLY mother, Mrs. Margaret Hoshaw at Mr and blrs Earnest Rindles- ~L~ '~"~ the Art, Fullerton home Sunday, backer enjoved the holiday week- ~:..~%: June 28. , ~, , . end in Sunnyside ~visitiI:lg her : REDUCED TO Elmer Germain oI bolumous daughter and family the Bill ~K~" Ohio, visited at the home of his Wilsons ' ~ ~ mother Mrs` Z. P. Booth June . " ...... ]~ " ~2~. ~Q ,, o~ xxr~u,~ ~ .... th~,,~ Mr l~ancy Kogne ana ~mrley[ ...... ~\~ ' ,~q,.O~ ~U , ~,80 1Ao :2,~a~ "~'*{ame~,,'~"of~'~F~acoma Udeen were up from Seattle Wed-I ENJOYING HIS JOB---W. H. ("BillY') Fowler, after placing the crown on head of Queen Becky I, -- ,,,~ ~,, .... , %-; oZ,% .~ 1 nesday evening June 24th to at-~ plants a kiss on the cheek of the Queen It happened so fast the cameras failed to catch the kiss so ~ndm~ea~f1~r9s9,,tm~si~e~ta~eTY~ tend the wedding of June Strotz Bill happily repeated for the cameras'Princess Lena Arnot sits at right, while Princess Peg Gaff- Values to $20.95 da " and Fred Traulson. [ ney enjoys the proceedings Chairman of the celebration Bill Fowler, Jr., stands behind Mrs. Gaff- z" ---, *~ ......... ., ....f^ F M Cof man has returned l ney and A1 Kuhn musician sits in background.--Times photo 10~ Off on AU Other Dress and Work Seattle Monday Mrs. Bo01und from Eastern Washington, where lg~ I', = - will visit her (laughter a few he has been visiting with hislt/ueen ontest I ,;11 I apPR~cxavXON days children for the past week. lilt ~ IB ~ ~. I I..b b~/l& J.$[ bbb I July 6, 1953 Guests. at the home of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Don Hoffman, of/.on By mrs, Bunat I By Goldsberry Johnson The ArlLngton Times.. "" rr!""u: "ea"a CL0iH[$ Mrs Clarence Heimer last Tues- Mt Vernon were here visiting] In the uni--ue "u ......... t( .... ~ Dear lvtr. tmrpemer: ~,~iii you "" Jul 5 q ~ een cu,,t~, uur commumry was a popmar ,q~|]l' day were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence With the folks Sunday, Y /which closed at noon on Frida-, [..,-^^ ,-. ca..~ ..... ,.^~, .... n.~tplease tell all the people who r nd Mr and ~ ~' P"*'=~ ~" ~ ""'Y ~""'~--'~ = u Pearson ofr..Mon~oe; a~.**,.~ . Mrs: Harold Rasmussen made July-3rd, Mrs. A. F. Bundt, spun-]picnics over the Fourth Certain-lhelped Mrs:. Jenner and me Cele- ~'*~ ~"" "'.~'1~" "L.? ....... _ _ a ~rlp ~o ~eattie to atrena me ~un-lsored by the Arlington Lions ll,1 the settin~ was-effect for it Ibrate our ~olden Wedding July Arlington, Washington Mr. aria mrs..~larence Jack eral of her sister, who passed[club was declared the winner I ~,~ .... ill~'~- - (" ..... *u' "la-e15th' how grateful we are. A great ana ia~ner (~augmer ~atnteen, awa Jul 3rd w ' , ~u,,, ,, ,~ ,i u==uu~ , p - -- : ....... Y Y I hen the ballots were counted by[i,, t -~w and who- ther,~ ~ a Imany of them were people who ~pen[ me ~m_at Tnomsen Mr and Mrs Elmer Nelson oflthe committee composed of C H I~JF'+~...... ~, .,~;;~ F.:2 Z^~, Ihave come down the years with ~,~m~ nome ann took In trio parade in " " " " ' ' 1 F w r . . u~ t,,=~ .ut uay~ w~ ~ct ~t. .......... in Seattle, were wmtmg on the hfl I o le , Howard Chnstmnsenl ........... !us since the early 1900s--depend- a~,rllngIon ann nan ~unuay a " ~,,,~n,~ l,,,~,, 28 land Mr.~ .llm (:ann MrcR,,ndtlMrs. btella t'arsons entertalnea ahlo old friond~ FIRST OF SC! her at the home of his sister, ~ ..... ~ ....... he re'c-iv"in- ..................... :'~ a large group over the holidayK - ........ :-"-C . ............ We are very thankful fort I e g 4,030 votes, Mrs. Pmr-/ .......... I The sun ~s shining and we are CHURCH --------y ~rs uuean ~wanson, anu lamlly ur t~er sister ann iamlly irom lvtala-- . .... ... mce weather so wecanall duo Ison, 3,270, Mrs. Arnot 2,750 Mrs.] .......... Imakmg hay so it m ~mposmble~ Fourth and Dunham . near ulcero. W ' ' ga lv~r. anu tars. t:. A. ~prlnger . ' . The Bryant Community is haying. [l~rman. 2,030, Mrs. Gaffney,/an~1 daughters Charlene, Maxine]t write to.everyone:_So here ts: arlington, Washington our many mangs IOIKS Proud of the Cub Scout troup in Bill Hopkins and son John, ofl " land Mrs Ray Smith and tin, [ , . A Branch oI The Mother Church. The Flrs~ Church of Christ, ~harge of Mrs. R. H. Howe, who Seattle visited at the home of[ The candidates for the hnr/daughter Dyann, arrived Frida~,l FRANCES AND FRED JENNER. tn Boston. Massahuetts. won first place in the children's Bill's brother, Lawrence, last Fri-[were: ]evening. The others drove in Sat-[~ suN~ SCHOOL ............................................. 11 parade Saturday morning "and day afternoon. [ Mrs. Lena Arnot, Arlington] urday morning and included Mrs.[wn naa wm~ea mm m ms aw svN ta SE~ XCE ................................. [.[..~" ""[[[..--..'----._11 3rd place in th~ big parade in the Bryant Juvenile Grange will]Heights Community Club; Mrs.] Myrtle Ambrose her daughtertSence" . ~ Testiraon al meeting every Wednesday at 8 p.m. Reading l~om:~ afternoon. The Scouts and their meet Friday, July 10 at 8:30 p. m.[A1. Bundt, Lions Club; Mrs. PeglMrs Robert Stephen with her twol Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Brown Jr. edifice---open Monday 2 to 4 p.m. a~d Wednesday 2 to 4 and 6:45 leader are doing fine. _ ., ~.1~ a n ,.~,,~, ,,~/Gaffney, American Legion Aux-] daughters and George Ambrose] and baby daughter of Seattle are p.m. excepting legal holidays. All are cordially invited to at~$ The G,uys anu ,~ .... - .......lllar M .... v" " " 1 Th r Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chnstmnson u~J,nt rn~t nt tho ~ g alli-- Y' rs` Chnstm Waterman, ion furlough from Falrbanks.] lSltlng Mr. and Mrs. Pau o - services, and to make free use of the Reading Room. .. ...~ ................ ran e h r e " and daughters from Dakota, VlS- . . ,.~ ,,~.~ | L~eg e of Honor; Mrs. Llnn~e E./Alaska George leftthe grouDIgaard, Mrs. Brown-s parems, a Christian Science programs from The Mother Church In BostO~ ! ' Monday night w~th t ........." Piers n ti " " " - ~ - Red several days last week at the ,~== Mr .,~d ]kqr~ r~]o .~tookol.] O , S llaguammh Pioneers. !early to dtlve to Cahforma and l few days. ~ broadcast Sunday mornings at 9 o'clock from Station K JR. Sea~t Clarence Heimer home. berg."~'i'he'next"meefing wii'f'be~ Mrs. Arnot settled in the Ar-lmeet his fiancee. Mr. and Mrs`~ Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Preston on.~ Gone Jolley of Idaho is visiting h,~n'~,~nd~,, ni=ht July 13th at[ lington area in 1912. The Arnot[ Everett McGowan of Sumner.l joyed a visit from Mr. and Mrs. at the J. N. Smith home. Grange hall /road is named for her husband. I Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Green wlthnArt Burnard and two sons of Dave Carlson is fishing in Alas- ' ..... f r- r o}~'th da /She isa popular civic worker. I daughter Velna and a girl friendlNorth Bend, Saturday. Mrs. Bur- r~aymg ,s me o ae e y[ ka. .-- ....... Mrs Bundt came tn Washin~ I from Seattle Glen Parsons camel nard is Mr Preston s niece and 3ira Woofls is home on furlough aow._~veryoo~y ~s ousy mamngIton in 1904 She is the dau-ht~r|hme by plane from CaliforniaA will be remembered as Janice IT'S GOOD NEWS! from duties in Alaska, visiting inc. ~est o~ me. wonaerIu~ sun-]of early settler Eli Blair, an~ shet He is on a ten day leave. ByronIFerreil. Mrs. Preston and daugh- Mrs Earl ,nine ~trawoernes are StlU Keep ~_ his parents, Mr. and . ]__ ~" ........... "lisa well-k~0wn communitytPar~on., from Seattle. Mrs., Janet, are attending Verily, verily, I say unto you, He that believeth on these shall he do; because I go unto my Father. And ~v~ w " " ever ye shall ask in my name, that will I do, that the ~I~veRr :2keets~ uth: g:M!!~ch~h~h'wat~r~n Wb~I l~!': nPdarM~2 ~n A~Wnd~Sn ~d~SaU~;r ~a?:eMsM!i~ ao~f ubY2tae- may be glorifiedname, I wilt do it.inIftheyeSn'loveIfYeme, keepShallmyaSkcommandr~elany thing~ =,,u ~u,,~ p,u,,~,~=u =t ,~,~ o~=~ John 14:12-15. Woods. ' " worker Brentnell and son David and lan interestinff ceramics class in .... n ..... Mrs John Hovelln ~s on the sink Mrs Augusta Harding retur -I ....... / ~ r ng completed thel~v,r,~t, Monda,, .~n wh,,~d~, works that I do shallhe do also; and greater works . ............. ._. ~andra Pa so ................ ~ ............ ~vtrs reg L, aiiney was oorn In t list, being confined to her bed, ed home Sunday after s pendingAWalla" Walla ca---' ......[group. They picnicked in Par- afternoons. IIl~ [O Arlington and would appreciate having a week in the Arlington hospital ...... |son s -rove and en~o-'ed the Ar ....... ' Ladies of the Grandview Recre "~in ~6b. Active member Congre.I.. 7 ~ _ ~9 ~ .... 1 Mr.. and Mrs. John Luth~ were ylanddeEnn~yg~asT~; aUon Ce~er. ~,Vellll ~neetk:tr ;1 day afternoon and was taken o day, July 14 " " " land Mr and'="r G .... the Arlington 'hospital by ambu- Airman Gerald J. Miller, ar-lin Arlington, 1886. Daugt{ter oi] ..... ~; ~....~rsh ~us{.~are~zKeltle. lance and operated on for a rup-[rived from Denver Colo.. July[homesteaders Mr. ~and MrS. Jos-] ...........................~[The Ben Jenkins have been - ' I t:.'II~ UII lIl~ l~OU[lll Wltll lilt i:~(lU " lured appendix Wednesday ev-14th to spend a 23-day leave w~th,eph Smith. / ....... ;~ . [buzzing around trom place m tvirs Jonn Lnno anti son tvtyne ~ w ladto lace so fa~t theyere g ening. Last rcport he is doing~ :is folks Mr. and Mrs GeorgeI Mrs Pierson daughter of Wal-]a,- "_-n ~,~ ,,.....~ a .... ., .... ~IP ..................... ................ ' HAY BALIN , et home to rest over the Fourt fine Aberge ter Higgins north fork home-/ ..................... v:-Ig . . ! " . ~t:'tittl~2, iVl. ~:~H~ iVlib, l1t:'l ,. ouist ver Last week they went to L on The Ben Ingam family toured: Mrs. Gordon Houser is reco -]steader, for whom Mt. Higgins/christensonand Mr acid Mrs l .... B ker and John Da- | Camano Island Sunday had a ing from an appendectomy at the was named She came to Wash-l-....-.:-n'~ ..... ,... ^," ~v..~H _..~{llaano to a ~.}~ [I .... * . I~UUII~tlU L~aI~LLI~U Ut l:a UIULt all.A In ~. pmnic droner at Camp Grande,,Renton hospxtal. She became flllmgton m covered wagon in li88.~Mr .,~ M. ~.o.,~d,~. a,~,,.d~^--}Oregn a.nd home aga . ._n |i then went on around the island, Sunday and was operated on At 11 a m Frida- ~,,'.. ~*~" ..I=;-" ~~arvs'~,7;,2"~'~)~U- ":=h"-'~.~:'IFrmay ana aamraay .?e~.ore }na I I , , .... j* ~ua~' ~ttlX, at U~- IVla V~ ~IIIU J.vll. allU .tvlt~ arl ~'~ le ~vlr vamted the State Park and had a Sunday evening. The children, Terrace Park ,h ....... ,~---[ ...... :- ....... ,--..^ ~ ..... [Mr. and Mrs. K y ,. ~ ]] ,~ very enjoyable day . Bonny and Steven are staymg Icere.~on., to ..... 1 ............. thr - Jenkln s mother from Pornan~ I I .... ,,, ~ ur, pace, me ~ueenlturnea aroma ee weeks va .... Combine Thre Mr. and Mrs John Gilbert of with their grandmother, Mrs.,and her cnu't-- -~ .~vv--.~--.s' .... .., ~,,~*h'~ ...~....'~ot'"'~ ~.~"- ~....~.-~'~"th --...,.~...~'~t~----'-~ . Straw .a,,n., Everett have purchased the Bas-lGeorge Aberge. }stage at foot -f th~ for ....... [ .... .h,~ .,~.h, with .....nIJenkms.and Mr.. Kyle m fie , ][ set place and moved in with Lynett Boursaw has been quite]waTch was ~th=~,~n~',~'*~=:,~Y~"[~"~a',:'~",~S~Irs "T,~{~,~""~'~,,,,'~',~U[quick tap to ~poKane ann return [] their family last week. ];~ck w~th flu.She is improving at] ciative audie~,'e" .... "~- "vv'~'[ ='*,",~" t'~"~o"h~" u'n o'n'v~'o"~ti',~'t'*~'l~'[Mrs" Jenkins says she ~s going ~ [[ Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Stuart kept thlstlme. [ .......... ] TheJoh,~ Amundsonsdrov,~in]learntodrlve soas ooe mo Inquire HOMER DAVIDSON their grandson the Decries babvl Mrs. Oscar Williams has three[ ~:,_w. ~owmr,.genera~ cnmrman[~,, ~.vo,,~ ,, ,~sda ....... ~,,~,= t,~lthan moral, support on rues(][ ol me celeorauon mane one o -- a ..... s ,. , from Monroe 'over the 4th andl ,randchildren visiting her for a[ P'IL~_~ ~'_~..~L,_:_: ...... .. ,,_L, ,2_, I trips. II ' ' enin a , Help tlilUgllt~l" v~yrltL tvll'~. I~U g nnouncements read a tel took him home Sunday. ]few days while their parents, Mr.] .... ,... - "lBarnett en%,, her birthda,, ] Mr and Mrs. John Johnson en/IMURPHY FEED CO. Phone; t'h r e r inkbeiner of egram oz qongra~ulanons zrom , J a a. , : Recent visitors at e Geo g [and Mrs. Geo ge F [ ............. ] Mr and Mrs Claude Damask,~] ertamed Mr. and Mrs. HarrxH FUlls home were Mr. and Mrs [Othello are attending a confer-[ Motor t;o:, on Arnngton S]entertained Mr" and Mrs "Geor-e[~arlson and their house guests d/I .. - [lItletn year, ann also calling " " ~ r o ' Elarenee Bressler and son Lyle once m Seattle. I .............. ~T,~o ~ ~ ..... ville an,~ M~ ~,,althe past week, Mr. and M s` H | and Mrs. Bressler s' mother, Mrs.[ Mr. and Mrs. Art Smoke moved[aa~enun to. ....... zacc [nar me ~oro|~Ir~ ~ "~'~'Lee and fam;{::',~-~[mer- Evans and six children o:[ ~ompany ~s tins year ceieoratm -~ Henry Hillerns all of Stirling [in their house on the Smoke farm[ ......... g[ ~,i~ ~ ~'~ w .... ~ ...... "/Salt Lake City Utah, Sunday| ' ' I[S Ilf[le[n annlversarv "~,~- '~-=- ~ ......... Illinois, all are old friends ofthe[last Thursday. [ ~" [ Mr and Mrs Estle Sundquist's]The Evans were most comph-[ Ful/s family. I o------------ [ Mr. Fowler introduced his~ d~,,~,'ht,~r ~.,~ returned tn ~ .... tt~ mentary on the beauty of ore| Miss Darlene Harding of San]-;ELL IT--If you have any artlch | father, W. H. Fowler, whose[~'it-h"i~'e~-"~r~ndnarent~Mr'~[ community. They left for Boise,] Francisco is visiting relatives in of furniture, not m use, try ,[father was chairman .of the[~r~" vv-~--~,,~ld~ ~-i,~-'~ ~'[Idaho to visit on route home[ the Bryant district. [ Times classified ad [Fourth of July celebration fifty[~',~'Mr~ ~,n~'~u'i~'t an'd';'h~'h~;~[Mondav [ [cYeearsnagO, Mr. W=H. then p ro-[~rove'in" Saturday-'to'watch "~he[ Our -next community club[ em g ~o pmce me crown on tne ~ b a mmc m tar | Iron w"~ Iii ~L lll~nlL41 AL iq~l ]| ......... |parade inEverett and brought[mee, ting w'll e P" " ' 1 /neaa oz een ~ecKy t Tne them ~ rove on Jul18th Remem I t~nr~o ~... I_. L~kLJLff~lV1/-II~l I ~' _ o.. " .. o [ Lois home with . / onsg Y ~[ crown was me work O~ ~v~rs ~a~ o t hmken last ear | - .-. ........... [( ..... "[ Mr. Oscar S u hermark was]ber that good c ' Y .] I Ul'l u,vll~! rtt,)z [ImeY, one ozo ~ne prmcesses;|very disappointed when he re-[Well, it wont be chicken this[ It was mane o~ gold paper anu e ar will be ood [ ....... [[ " . ~ o . |turnedfromth p adeSaturday year butit " g | DAyvmw '~UI3 l]containea a string oz peamis.| to find ho h~d missed hi~ d~,,~h ' ~ | I 2612 Colby&venue Everett, Washingtoa t[.Queen.Be.eky'.s dress,.of old-fash-}~er:]n-la'wan~t-husban~:-lV~r':a~n'~l Use Times classiI,ea ~ds --| mne~ aes~n m Keeping w~th the M h s ~ v salesmen [ ........ | rs. Howard Jo n on of Tacoma, nusy, effecti e | ..... ' ---- Icentennlal theme, as were me! | I [lgowns of the ladies of the court,] ' ' ~ " '[]1 I Comulete Line ]|was made of chintzcloth and] ~W'~dC:~'~ [[] [ .... " ........ . [~had blue, red and white figur-| U~U " []} I --. -- ~..-.~ ....~.-~...,...... m .. II es. It , matched perfectly the, [[[ Lqg I IG Hfl:tLINfi I$~fi~ committee. Church, July 12 and Every Sundcry Evening at8 O'Clock. No ~~ | Pints O~icken andTurkev Sizes. [[ Queen Becky introduced the] Colbe~ions. [[1 I ....... ----'-- .................. " I!members of her court, and read| Ill [ ~.,~ .,. , ,, ~ _~_ _ [}her proclamation, following] ~TIT~AT l.q RalVArPTC~M Ill I _~lJ4tlnlr~r'~l _~;:~l~[~]}l[l~ l~wh!ch Henry Backstrom made a] ,, ~ ~x~_~--~x~,J~, ill htt~hg address recalhng the ] ......... v~- -~ .... [[ " . [ g'~ ALVATION is not a Religion to profess H] | Pints, Quar~ ~ ~lf Gallons " [Jstruggles of the pioneer settlers! ~ "' ,- | ...... .~ ....... ~_ _ _ |lof the west, their winning~ k.~ It is not a Church to join. ' ]][ I ~P~.OIAI~ ON qUAKT~, ~ ~ ]~through to happier days, and/ It is not a Creed to accept. HI I ,,,,.,,...,.,.--. ,.--~ - ' " ,~... ~!-|/~" Ilglories that are America today,I h v "~ [ ...... ,, ,,,=r~ .................. [land pointing out the Obligation You may a e all.these and yet be without the salvation [H I T ~,:~ A~rA'rr ~r ~ I[to protect a~d develop and pre-] of God. , ]]] [ ~v,.~.,~.~ ~v .~-~zx,,~:~ ][serve Amerma" for those who fol-,,Salvation as" emancipation from sin, and deliverance from [[[ | J| low. " ' hell. ]|1 | The gowns worn by Queen . H~ I ~L[~GTON MOD~RI~ ~0LI~ STORAC~ [|Becky and the members of the .It is a known ann enjoyed justification from the guilt of .HI ] ' [[ court were made by Mrs Mildred sin. II] ' re I! I Phnn~. R~.4 I|Crow. Mrs. Bundt says ~t : It is freedom from the mastery of Satan, the dominion of Ill Official re.:ords of the 28 states that report pave ] ........ J Jqmred" about 8 yards of material" sin and the claims of the law. J[[ maintenance costs by type of surface show that: | for each dress .... ~_ It was for this end that Jesus came. The word first uttered [[[ " ' ' by the angel on the plain of Bethlehem was, "Unto you is[[[ 1. Concrete costs an average of, only $140.61 ~~ .... __ born a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord" (Luke 2: 11). [l~ mile per year to maintain. ~n,~ ~~~ 1_~'~~" It is not a helper, but a Saviour, that sinners need, and it ][] 2. Other types of pavement cost from ~1 to 15' V~ ~,~~ ,~uOV~h~'~ is such a Saviour that G6d has provided. "God sent not His []~ cent more to maintain. Son into the world to condemn the world, but that the world lit That's importont to you, ~r. ~hotorlst, becaus~ Readers, if ever you are saved at all, it must be by esus HI ~asoline taxes and license fees pay for paving ' nEFOR ~~ U't" ' Christ. There is no other Saviour. Neither reformation nor [[[ maintaining roads. ........ ~.-- religion can save. Neither sacraments, prayers, nor works ][[ can help. "Salvation beIongeth unto the Lord" (Ps. 3: 8), and ||| This is important t~o: Concrete, wlth the CMI 36F'2 Stanwood for a farm demonstration We His word is, "Stand still and see the salvation of the Lord' [[[ average maintenance cost, genera|ly carries the | . " Ill ~,,a au"--ov"' *'r---" 100 +^ 150n "--acit-" Are you willing to be saved in this way and on these ,,u~ 1~, ~,~, ~,.u,~ ~ u~ uu v 5~,. ~,~p 3" terms? O my reader, be sure of this, there is none other. As [|| Durobility and low annual cost. Good rea Tanks 3-In. cork insulation. Both standard and econo- the Holy Spirit said by -his servant "Peter: "Neither ]s there [[[ your new roads shou|d be built of concrete. ~ o~lra cn a~t o~,,~ f~.m a~l ~n,,Iratl~,~n1~ salvation in any other: for there is none other name under III ~ ...............j, ...... t" ........... heaven given among men, whereby we must be saved" "][[ (Acts 4: 12). [[[ P RTLAND CEMENT ASSOCl/ 0 l [T ELI .F G ER, All are welcome to the Gospel Services held in the Arlington [][ ~0~ baboard Sldg., f.tattle I, Wash. ....... ' Eve und A national organization to improve and extend the uses of portl~ _ 9 -- --~- Gospel H~II, Third and McLeod at 7:45 o clockry S or,/ [[[ Phone 36Fz, STANWOOD, WASH. Evening. No Collection. U[ and concrete.., through scientific re--rch and engineering .... :.~ ~: __ ..... ~