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July 12, 1951

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A(]E SIX THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON; THURS., JULY 12, 1951. . ii ~"~TI'TU~~'-~ " ~,ar'~~~"~0~q~'t ~'~ Rev. J. H. Myrwang served as ceremony. The Daughters of[ Mrs. Bud Mostrom entertain-ters of Norway drill team receiv-were glad to retu ~ guest speaker at Our Savior's Norway drill team exemplified led in honor of the birthday of ed 2nd prize in the adult march- home state Their son ~' v ing section during the Grand in charge of Mr. Stave'~L~~ Lutheran church, Arlington, last Jan exhibition drill. Several Nor-: her daughter..Carol Ann, last parade on the 4th, and the 4-H during their absence. '~'~ Successor to Sunday morning, wegian Folk dance numbers week, with a pmmcat.thewen- THE HALLER CITY TIMES A large group of local people were given by Mrs. Ellen Erick- berg varK, bake tJooawm, t~ames Girls club float received 3rd The Sons of NorWa ~ -- -- Vol. LXIV. Thursday, July 12, 1951 No. 11 attended the Sons of Norway sen and Thoralf Storvick, ac- ann swimming were enjoyeu oy prize forthe best decorated Daughters of Norway .... Border Picnic, held at the Peace companied on the accordion by the youngsters and a delicious floats. !meeting last Tuesday .1~ription Price $2.50 Per Year; $3.00 Per Year Outside Snoho- County. Issued every Thursday. Published ~Washington, by TIlE ARLINGTON PRINTING CO. J. C. CARPENTER -- FRANK MARSH ~. C. CARPENTER at Arlington, Editor & Mgr. Entered as 2nd Class matter, in the Post Office at Arlington, Wash- l~l~on, under the act of March 3, 1879. EDITORIAL & BOUQUET. Ed. Whittaker, proprietor of the Royal Ittel, de- serves a bouquet. He has furnished our main street with a new beauty spot. In front of the hotel he has had con- structed, of Roman tile, long flower boxes, on each side the hotel entrance. These have been filled with colorful geraniums, petunias and lobelia. The effect is pleasing and stimulating. Thanks, Ed. t And speaking of flowers: Vandalism, dogs and care- less people, who step on flower gardens, and otherwise damage plants, are the bane of the gardbner, yet did voul notice that during the Fourth of' July celebration, with[ a carnival right in the Lions Park, and hundreds of peo-[ ple tr l/nping over the lawn and the flower beds, wherel not en a protective fenc had been placed, there was not a single geranium or zinnia broken off or trampled. O It would seem that, on the whole, people are pretty decent. Once in a while, however, the below average in- dividual makes his presence known. For instance, while the county crews were off for the Fourth of July boll- days, some one, evidently thinking he was having fun, removed all the road sig'n boards on the South Fork road, an}t brought them in to the county shop. They were .carefully arranged at the office door. Gee, didn't that guy have fun? How many people, from here, have enjoyed the for- est drive through Stanley Park, in Vancouvr, B. C. It is refreshing with its quiet, shady drive between forested banks. We find th same effect, right here at home, when we drive up the Wallace canyon on the road to Granite Falls. The tall trees meet overhead, the sword ferns nd broad leafed dvils club form almost solid banks of green shrubbery at the roadsides. We do not like to refer to it as a park lest someone try to improve it. It is perfect as it is. Even the maligned Devils Club is a plant of beauty in this location. THOSE ROAD SIGNS SILVANA Mrs. Irene Vognild, correspondent. * Dist. Pres. Dr. H. L. Foss, am family were guests at the Zion Lutheran parsonage last Sunday afternoon and evening. Rev. Foss conducted services at First Lu- theran Church, Lakewood, Sun- day morning and spoke at in- formal services in Zion .church in the evening. Lined up neatly against the The. Zion Luther League and office at the County Garage on older members of the eongrega- Thursday morning, July 5th, tion held a very enjoyable were the above directional road birthday social at the church signs, removed from sign posts hall after the church services along the South Fork road. Thus some individual gave ex- pression to his understanding of the word "LIBERTY." ~.) 'FORSMANS ANNOUNCE J.RRI'VAL OF DAUGHTER Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Forsman of Stillaguamish avenue announce the birth of a daughter, Kandice Sue, who was born on July 6. She joins a sister, Carol Anne, and three brothers, Larry, T~m- my and Mike. last Sunday evening. The next combined young people and family gathering will be held Sunday evening, July 22. I v I Arch at Blaine last Sunday. A pot-luck picnic lunch was en- joyed at noon which was follow- ed by a very interesting program and afternoon of sports. The lo- cal lodges were very fortunate in having several of their mem- bers taking part on the program, namely, Mrs. Olive Rod assisted with the presentation of the flags which was a very inspiring Mrs. Rod. Mrs. Dorothea Satrum was chosen as one of the prin- cesses to assist the queen to rule over the festivities of the day. The queen was the candidate representing the Bellingham lodge. The District officers of the Sons of Norway were present and each one was given a formal instruction, which closed the program. lunch was served to d large Mr. and Mrs.'Nels Peterson are Viking hall, with group of Carol Ann's cousins enjoying a trip by motor to Cal- of members present. and their mothers, ifornia this week during Mr. committee held a The community was well rep- Peterson's vacation, the date was set for resented at the 4th of July cele- Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Stave have which will be October bration on the 3rd and 4th of returned from an enjoyable trip lowing the business last week. During the Kiddies pa- which took them south to Call- the two organizatJ rade, Little Miss Judyann Sesbylfornia and then east, where they time was enjoyed won second prize in the Fairy]visited withtheir daughter Nor-lous lunch was se: Tale division. She appeared aslm,., and he--husband. They re-lElsie Sather and little Bunny Rabbit. The Daugh- port a very pleasant trip but Hanse. 0000000000000|000000000000000| Swift 12-Oz. Can 3-Lb. Can DEL MONTE SLICED 2 Cans GERBER'S WE HAVE A COMPLETE LIlq$ of CANNING SUPPLIES U.&I Ffne Granulated 10-Lb. Bag OLD DUTCH, ACTIVATED CANS CANS JUNE ROSE Waxter 125-ft Roll For Nalley's Dills 24-0z. Jars NALLEY'S MEA CENTENNIAL, LARGE QT. CAN 2.LB. PKG. cRLINGTON, WASHINOTON Phone 49 Kulshan Little Garden 303 Cans STANDBY, GRAPEFRUIT IU 46-Oz. Cans MAKE A BETTER PIE SERVICET SERVICET SUNSHINE, KRISPY 8.COUNT PKG. 8-Count Pkg. LB. PKG. LYNDEN 16-Oz. Jars XeOO A PAUSE THAT REFRESHES, DRINK. CASE $1.00. Bottles Plus De FORD'S APPLE IU Quart Bottle Pkg. 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