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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARI INGTON, WASItINGTON, THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1953. PAGE TttREI C ..... A • ~ -I[and intends to help his father to oming folks arrived. [Grange picnic at the S~. ounly Shows Healthy aln r,r, zA xrm OSO i]farm. Mrs. Parker and two babies The Grange Auxiliary met atl home to be on Sunday, August 2. .... /:)/%1z%L¥ 1 Mrs Nellie Geor~,e i!arrlveu very early Dy plane on Lorena Cavanaugh's home on Ju-f Mr. and Mrs. George Lee of I Inv __ tmAnt nnd Fmnlnvment Alice Thomsen ........ ' l!TUesuay" ly 2nd and spent a very pleasant IPriest Point were week-end vis- ..................... r---m Phone 250W3 .... =.~Y .... ="~" . |[ Mrs. Frank Hayden is conval, afternoon. Plans were made ford|furs at the L. C. Whitman ~.. rket DevelopmentIcates that demand will remain c. ....... ~ w,m.,, _T,,lv lo Those attending a zamlly gath-[escing nicely from her recent au- :" ...................... by J~ W.•Johnson, Istrong and h pOSSmibmlYr ain~r~a~ vit'~l~"f*~f~ty 'memb*ersp~resen{,~ two f"rrilnvg ~tuhrsM:S" M~i~ Th:?PS°n]to ac~dent. Mr.. Hayde.n. is here I " _ _ _ t me r~vere[[ OiIlce, tnrougnout t e su . .r{={t,~.o e.,~.-,~ Mur,zcxHll,~ ~r~ncre Y " Irom Lalifornla to De With ner. I If i • $ $ • • in the report issued with shortages of workers m ..... ~....^ , ...... ,~., c. ....... day were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mc-I Melvin Jenner came up Friday I IUIiidl qlkiiiaaiaa m I iI-- I ....... inlrty-tL,~c ~uv=,,,,= ~-,~,,s .... hoenix ' •Mr i • .- - aln~ an optimistic some occupations paralleling the .............. ~ tho, ....ti,~- Cranme, of P , Ariz., .,from Seattle to give his dad a I IgIIU-.lUIUIUI~I ~IIII~ I records, a healthy strong demand Construction. of. ,~-~*,s=-~'~f~'~"'~"~m~*~"~"t'"'~'t~'~*~*-,,v ~... ..v~ ~.~.... and. Mrs. Ted McManus and. two hand. at• haying and get it fin- I " " ---" ..... ---- I dustrlal employment}the new pulp and paper mill in .~o~...~ .... ~ ~h~,w .~e th,~ men children and Don Buckhn and[lshed with local help before the I I .h county. The reportlthe area are on schedule and it ~?ii'l~e~of~i~e~some of~t'hemreal Kate and her two children, of[shower• He still has another cut- I •..L I "I I O __J aaxL ! lis anticipated that these indus-. *' ...... h--" Raymond; Mr• and Mrs• LewisIting They were joined on Sunday I •IIIM // /A 111111 /lilrn ! 7m,~n ~.~ ~.~,~h,~mish]~i,~ wiP ~,,, int,, nroduction dur iy were cute in morns cmt es• Wheeler of Arlington Mr andl*.. ~. -, ....... .~ ~,,,o~,.~,~,~i m m~sw -~ns --v ~um~ --v~ss • nued strong through-ling the next few months. ""Y^.~:'~"~.= ~' .... ? J*-*-"'~ -'et s Mrs. Hugh Bannister and twol These hot days made the "Oli I i despite the fact thatI In addition road construction USMr~t:'n~IM:snGte://eY:pY and children of E~vier~l~t; M~rand Mr~l Swimmin' hole" on Deer Creek al| • | some slackening in}on Hi~,hwa-'99 continues at a • . . . . Bob Harris ( e ) Ipopular place. I I I I ldustrial workers• The lranid ~ace and even thou~,h there Betty spent the weeK-ena .at three boys, of Snohomish, andI Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Rees" of l I • lUre a .L.L I award turn in the de-[h~ b~en tromendous amount of Yakima visiting Mr• ana ~wrs•ifriends Mrs. Mary Hughes andlRenton spent Thursday with Mr. I • • •--Ira IITT ! ........ vra .... Industrial workers waSlwork already done on this nro. Wells Soden. Betty staye~ o e son Edwin Kimball of Mrs. George Anderson• Mr. I • HI] UII I than compensated forlioor it wn~rooontlv nnnou~od few days. ' Edwin and wife are visiting forlRees and Mrs Anderson are I -- -- " -- ------ ! ~endous demand forlby the State Highway Depart. Mrs. Andrew Espe spent a few two weeks, being on vacationlcousins" I \ | aarvest workers. Thelment that it will reouire am)rox, days at the Mike Hums home in from Chicago. I Mr and Mrs Raymond Boijot[] A I II l ff in the demand for[imately two more y~ars to~om- Seattle last week• Miss Doris Marshall visited the] (Mac Murray)• and children ofil • II I II I ~¢°rkerswasduelarge'[plete bridges and roadways on Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Backman J°hnErglerfamilyin.WenatcheeIEdmonds, Mr. and Mrs- Clif Da']l UH II, I ace~tain lumber mar-[this nroject from Anacortes wre Saturday tara coups o~ ~ays last wee~. Ivis and daughter of Kirklanu, lI ~ I )Ssibilitv of labor dis-I ..._- "• ............ ,_- .,~, .... t the Hovik and Melvin t'arKer urove up ~romtand Mrs Glen Parker were Sun-lI I !lo~in~ in the lo~in~l rne repor~ s a ........... ~...~... California arriving here Monday da visitors with Mrand Mrs. I I - o •~'~"~ misn t~ounty, wnicn has more re- :,.[u..u.. ,,,~,,,~ .... - ...... ' ........ ~" - Y • • Garden Tractors the scheduling ofl ..... mber of .......... d of Mrs Paul 'Jack J Dav,s , SAVE UP TO, . . cent~y acqulreu a nu A glrlnooa zrzen . • . c sawmills. -]larger manufactures showed a We~,ner, Mrs Willie Gaedler of l ~Trf~ttt ~ It Mr• and Mrs. Clark KnIghtsll w~ . .'!! ! ~ce oz.[ne aoove note~I gain of 7 5 per cent ' This Sept. Oco~omock, •Wisconsin is here l ~l"lk3L.31.~]. ~.,~ [[ an~sons came up zrom ~.este.r ov-[I Komuners SAVE UP TO $14.00I In I:ne laoor market. " • ' visit I I er toe weeK-ena. ~ars. ~nlgnts t ............. [1951-1952 employment gain re- for a two or three weeks ..... a-" callers of Mrs Evel-''[ ................ [I , I Uiilce oi tne wa~zi- on ou.u y y,, ann ooys remalneu ncrc a~ ~.c ,~ ie Employment Service fsliC:sa Pht~g°~ae~al gr°w~hCeni Sunday callers at th~irWeLgn~r Dudek were Mrs. Grace Ganaugh-I having her relatives for a visit.II Lawnmowers SAVE uP To $i,.= i lOn-a~,ricultural place-I . g _ [g g home were Mr. and .- • • e~ her sons Beatty Gallaugher IClark returned to Lester, where} ...... |, Une a~ comparedwithlPr°jects or ae~ense measu:es Palmer of Cicero. " and Wesley• '[he is employed. I I-II I C,,Itiv I were a~aeu to toe area ~aa~ ~uauv~v.~ ,The decline was morel .• •" .... Mrs. Anna Connersof , Seattle John Robertson, son of Mrs. R.I James Evans, of California, hasI | Five other counties in me s~a~e w s visit :by the fact that over[ • . . • ihas arrived for a eek " " H. Robertson, is spending the}been visiting for some time with} ~! • sur assed this aln aue rimar dvi w rs were dispatched to[. P " g _• P • .'iwith old neighbors at Gran "e . week camping at Camp Sevenich[his son and family. Mr. and Mrs.I ][~oes | 'berriesduring the ily to large cons[rucuonprojeccs Sunday visitors at the L. M• with the Boy Scouts. /Chas. Evans and boys. [ . ~. = ~ • I or governmn~aezense Stuart home were'Mr, and Mrs. CORREC~ [ There will be only a Short bus-I lawn l fleers and KaKes I au e in the Tnese were l~llCKltat, rranKnn, Pau i • ed decreas ......... H E Stuart Mr and Mrs. 1 .......... ness meeting at Mt. Wheeler ~ • Unemployment insur- ~ougias, ~nelan, ana. _l~its.ap Harrin all of Snohomish and Mr. ~ lno[nefueP°~ ~s~wee~°zJ:le. IGrange this Friday evening, Ju- W:.. a... a.M.. I !s filed by unemploy- t:ount)es• .j.n me ne~gnoormg and Mrs. Alen Davis of Palm ~."j'_',"~, "~"..,. " *he -"*'=--~-~"'-" "~'_'lly 17th. There will be no rezresn- galu~i vv 9 ua~ ~swmo U ~n Snohomish County counties, ~]ng snowea an in- e,~.~.~,~ (~alif .az)t ~am~L~.,.t . .aH~E~ u~ ~m:lments and the Grange convention I e of the strong de- crease of 2.3 percent, Pierce 1•5, ~,~...,so, ~,,_- ....... ¢t ..... ~ ann.jeers• t:li.~or~ vail|ant a.n•alreports will be given at a later --~ l Mr aria Ivlyzuz~ ~ s ~'"~ Ia abor hnth industrial Whatcom 0.9, and Skagit showed . : .... : - _ ~*, ,,_. mHy were lnaavertanuy omit-[date r l ' -~ • • f ercent ~amily lezt last Tuesaay mr new ted. All seven sons and their " • . !tural. During.April, a decrease o 3•9 p .•... York Thev will stop at Oshkosh, daughter and their families were The committee on the _school re swere receiva oy tne Tne straworrry narvest in ~no-...• " •- ......... ~ ..... s o..._ lunion requests that anyone hav- /'~[~)~A~ ~JC~r[C'~ I in to visit .LYJ.I otatt~ e- - _, ,_ ._~ ,~ . , . ~, _ ,_,_ Wlscons • present at me reunion. I:__ _: ...... ..^. ..... +hat would I~f~l|i I I • I Iil •I • V|I~i I e at an average o~ nomlsn uounty got oat to a xate ,.~.~. tho,~ ~,,~ n,~ tn Now Vnrk to ~ I~Z[g ptu~xec~ p,ctu~c~ t • eek. The average for start due to prolonged wet weath- ~,~",~' ~"~,.'~ "7~v~e"~- con- LOWES ATTEND SPAN- ISH I be of interest to those attending ...... . ...... • )55 per week and this er the latter part of May and all ~: ..... u~" .......... • ....... ~, .,OI93/ENTI~N I the forthcoming sctiool reunion ~|kA~.a N,~u~ ||~wt.~r ~'.--,~a ||,~l]~--.t-,~ {~ v~m • further drop durmg of June. The peak of the harvest ............... ~ar a,~d Mrs T I Lowe attend l to kindly leave with S. H. AI. 3 3 I • • Mr ann Mrs Lumen 19urancLetu ~,- • ,, • • • - • • per week Thin lat- was not reached until after the • . • ~ _ . ~-~ .~- ........ .~..~ ... +~... ~..~-..., dridge or Harvey Conover in Arl- _ • _ ~ . • • fast approaching the first of July whereas this norm- and famlt~ were ~unoay c---*'~o~- War Veterans Dent offington as early as possible so atLowest l'rlces In years. I n ' at the Anarew ~spe nome. o~.,,,,,~., . .-. ., d will probably level ally occurs between June 15-25. . . W.¢hin~tnn and Alaskn held at/that names can be typed. • !Where hear this fig- In the beginning prospects were Dorft forget the Loyal Heights c~"~,~'~,~"~'" t week w~er'~ t-hev~ Sunday Mr and Mrs. E.R. -- ...... I U be in for a bum er cro of strawberries sewln club icnic at Leonard's v,z,,,v ......... , . . Psurge at the g" - p p " " g P ,,.~....,,n ~ .... sums o,,n o~,~ ,ho[Whitman of Wyoming drove in B n ~ " ear on The harvest however was mater ark on Lake Goodwin Thursday~,,~v~ ...................... ew benefit y , , " P ' tours of the canitol and other}fUr a visit with hm brother Leroy ' I • |ally reduced by losses of ber-,July 23rd. sights of the capitol city. iWhi.tman, and his family for a IIqI IIIANPAII I~I~I~I~ f III~I~ U I n ries which never rlpned due. to, Miss Betty Espe is home for ...-Mr L,,we- is" commander of'family reunion with those at Yak- III iIFIIi/IIN IIVV_ , .--• I of anticipated the wet weather• Growers report- three weeks vacation from her John Wannabo Dust of Everett ima and in Oregon as well as a wuu,,~uum~uv., , ,, v = I r demand-supply ed losses ranging from 10 per nursing duties at the Everett-, • ,,- ........... [sister from Missouri, who was 5TH AND OLYMPIC, ARLINGTON PHONE t~l I of the year indi- cent to 50 per cent. General hospital. Use 'i'lmes'" elassltled aas - visiting at Yakima, but she had I Word has just been received .~ffectlve salesmen- !started for home before the Wy- I CTORIA GETCHELL that Mr. and Mrs. Russell Map- r pin have sold their ranch near Mrs. Willis Hilde, corr.Granite Falls and expect to move Danielson, Telephone 2117 week-end at the Miss Johnson is guests at the Dot ~Iorelands Return lose from Auburn From Trip East a~ ~IacGr~ig~, hMt:Ssi Mr. and Mrs. Andral More- t ana a g ..... n' land and Audra returned on Fri. ~vlerllyn, ann so ...... , , • . aay zrom a mree week s trip to ~argeant wno was ....... I Oklahoma and Missouri r~ougn zrom t~a.lll. I -- " ~ with the Marln~lchurch Services ~xatnerine ~argean ...... h' ^_ ..~..~^~ o~o~,~sl Tnere Will oe special all day af - ~-..~ .... ent alservices at the Getchell com- te, ,,.~,,,~ o~ . 1 h .... • ~ ...... le }musty church on Sunday, Ju y ............... 19, when they will have a mis- .... ,, .... ~ the]sionary from the Phillipines as re Mr and Mrs their guest. A basket dinner will • " be served. and Helen of Se- Mr. and Mrs.M~'rC" Westland, accompanied by . and Mrs. .~k's vacation• Bob Kuhnhausen and Jake Hausle ~,at a state park at Brekhus family of Erling Brekhus tt Sunday to a anniversary" cele- and Mrs. Ed. Backlund being a ,and Andrew ~uests at th~ home were the Cleal Country- ~ghter~Donna of Spo- and Mrs. Lee of Se- at the Country- evening• R.E. Westland and Mr. Martin Westland of'Marysville made a trip to Vancouver, B. C. on Mon. day of last week. Mrs. George Wiggins and two girls spent last Thursday at Lake Shoecraft. Mr. Glen Hunter is reported re- covering nicely at the hospital, but will be there for some time yet. . Mr. and Mrs. Walter Baile' and children together with Mr. and Mrs. Ole Johnson, Miss Lee Johnson, Mrs. June Mattson and Eddie, Mrs. Tingue and Mr. and New Westminister Mrs..Ralph Hawkins, of Castle last week at thelRock, picnicked near Darrington were Mr. and Mrs.[on Sunday• Also on FridaY,I Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mehelich ancouver were Mr.I and Davy, of Seattle, visited Sat- R. Millard and Mrs.lurday afternoon with the Herb r. Mrs. Baldwin slOllcotts. Sister and family re- Mr. and Mrs. Ole Lindborg, of following an Marysville, spent Sunday at the Vacation with the Fred Lindborg home. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Haaland and of Mr. and Mrs. Rose motored to Kent on Sunday Charlotte John- to visit with the Ji~ Howards. ~ane, arid Mr. and Walter Bailey is enjoying two weeks vacation at his home. Miss Sandra Lane of Auburn is spending this week visiting her aunt and fami~, the George Wig- HEIGHTS Hilde, corr. 2117 13 Club held its meet evening. Plans a picnic to be held ~rk on August 13. is spend- of days vacation Nielson at Ca- Bruce Bunkelman 'g for the at the Orrin Were Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph and Mrs. Calvin [ Mr. and Mrs. Phil- of Seattle. happy about the rs. Elvera John- She is able to be We wish her gins. Jan|re and Dianne Hilde were to California soon• WendeU Peterson of Everett was visiting his folks and others in the neighborhood this last week -end. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Berg of Bismark, North Dakota were visitors at the Clarence Heimer home last week. The Grandview Recreation pic- nic at Kyak Point last Sunday was a grand success• Everyone had a wonderful time• [ Mr. and Mrs. Ole Bjerke fromI Portland, Oregon visited lasti week-end at the Andrew Espe1 home. Mr. Bjerke is Mr. Espe'sI cousin. Mr. an'd Mrs. Lloyd Hovik and~ Betty visited Sunday at the Al- bert Giersch summer home on Camano Island. Mrs. William Sedy and child- ren of Raymond visited in the neighborhood Monday. The Albert Bowles family spent Sunday fishing at Coupeville. (Too late for last week) Mr. and Mrs. Frank Scranton and Mrs. Edna Llewellyn of Lewiston, Idaho arrived at the Howard Heaven home early Sun- day morning, July 5. During the day they made a trip to Darring- ton to see the Charles Beck fam- ily, then in the evening they and the Fred Scranton family enjoy- ed a fish dinner at the Heaven home. They left for Idaho on Monday• Mrs. Vick Sandy and children, Merle and Sandy visited Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lein. Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Jack and Rosemary, Ervin, Clarence and Jimmie, Jimmie Larkin and Mrs. Dorothy Fletcher spent the week-' end at the Jack ranch. Haying i~ the big job there at present. Mrs. Clarence Jack and Kath- leen were week.end guests at the Thomsen home. George Boursaw's brother, Lor- in, and family, of Mobile, Ata- dinner guests at the Gower Han- bama, arrived July 7th for a son home at Lakewood on Satur- week's visit with relatives here day. ° and "in Everett. They will con- Sunday visitors with the Herb tinue to Michigan and then home. Olcotts were Mr. and Mrs. How- George hasn't seen his brother ard Topham and children of Burl- for twenty years. Sunday they ington, drove to Oso, where they had lensburg, brought Dickie and spent their childhood. Jack Bunkelman, sons of Mr. and Lorett, a Smith came out from Mrs. Don Bunkalman, home a'f- Everett to see her uncle and fam- ter spending some time with her. ily. Gloria returned with her to visit Saturday visitors at the ~ecil for a few weeks. Smoke home were Mrs. Sm6ke's P. W. Vanassche and Mr. and folks, also her uncle,, Lorin, and Mrs. Bergen and Tommy, of family. Granite Falls left last week for Mr. and Mrs. Jess Boursaw and Enterprise, Ore., where they will Barbara from East Stanwood vis- visit relatives. |ted Sturday evening at the Geo. Helen Underwood spent a week Boursaw home. [ at Lake Goodwin with Burna Pul- -- o----- ------ ' I liam. o 7 0RS-~'I MIS~ hELEN HITE H ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Mrs. M. Fleming, I Mr. and Mrs. George Mahlum corresponding. announce the engagement of Mrs. Fred Bryson and children, their daughter Helen, to Gerald ~amona, Jeanette, Merritt and Paul, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jerry and Shirley Bryson all left Paul, of Darrington, Wash. The July 6th for North Carolina for a of El- wedding will take place July 25. visit. They expect to be gone' ap- )roximately a month. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Cloer and '.hildren spent the week-end dig: ging clams over on Shaw Island. Hilding Hoglund left last Sun- flay for California to make an indefinite visit with son Ernie and family• The logging trucks seem to have a feud on with the neon sign in front of the White Horse Pharmacy. It no sooner gets re- built and fastened in place than along comes another truck and down it comes. Bayard Tucker and Bud Swill- ing climbed White Horse moun- tai~ last Saturday. Heichel's C A F E Try Our Juicy Steaks 'N Chips- Prawns ;--- FRENCH FRIES 7 DAYS A WEEK 9 A. M. TO 9 P. M. MILLIE TRONSON NELLIE KOONTS FOR SOFT, LIGHT, FERTILE SOIL AND QUICK PLANT GROWTH I ECONOMICAL, EFFICIENT FERTI-LUX CONDITIONS AND ENRICHES SAME AREA FOR I/s COST PEAT MOSS FERTI-LUX Is the miraculous new ehemleal soll conditioner you've read so much about. Made with the sma~Ing new POLYACRYLONITRILE which chsnges tho meehanle~ structure of the soll by transforming It into emsily pulverized soil a~greffstes---PLUS the addition of every essentinl mineral and vital rooting hormone known to modern science. 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