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PAGE TWO THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON WASHINGTON, THURSI)AY, JULY 30, 1953. r Ampst 9-15 Des,gnoted Centennial Week To Be Observed In Snohomish County August 9 through 15 has been~ Tickets for the show "Th~ designated Centennial Week in]Washington Story" are on sale in Snohomish County, and a cure-]Arlington at Mansfield's Drug, mittee of the Snohomish County]Johnson Drug, Hammer's, The Chamber of Commerce, headed]Arlington Times and Fowler by Tom Grant of Granite Falls,[Agency. is working with committees in[ Other events during the week the various communities in an]are being planned and will be endeavor to have full county-[announced as soon as definite ar- wide cooperation in the event [rangements are made. Tentative- Highlights of the week will be. J ly they include special service~., Because- oz" lwo nights showing of the Big]on Sunday, September 9th in and problems of Pageant which has been organ-[ churches throughout, the. count~. ..... ring me paper to ized by the Washington State]talks before orgamzatlons during found necessary Centennial Commission and, the]the week, and a special ceremony notices We regz University of Washington-- The] at Mukilteo. on the site of the tieve" me:" nece.* Wa~hington,Story." [new Mukllteo State Park, com- ments can be As Chairman of the Centennial[meroating the signing of the weex ........ lz me zou tUommittee Mr. Grant is" urging" ]treaty between Governor Stevens touowea: .... each active member of the Coun-land the Indian Tribes of the Pu- Ann,,uncoments ty Chamber to help make the]get Sound area Plans also call lo. ~,.-^" ..s ..~ showing of this Pageant a suc-[for the presentation and dad]ca- r: ........... cess. It is in4portant that we as[tion of a special historic marker aame, ol l~S~O:~,~ "" 'n ar si e "" ~--"~" '~*" eatizens of the State of Washl g-~on the p k t ....... :ton become fully conscious of our[ A parade carrying out the his- ~u~:d~ns-LZmes oJ ' .. - g " [ Christian Science sponsored by the Old Guard Post August 15th in Everett. All com- Fir.~t Ch,,reh nf :No. 2100, VFW, and will be staged[ munities in the t:ounty are in- I ist~ "Fou~h-an'cl D1 out of doors at the Memorial Sta-[vited to participate with floats f - ' ' dium in Everett The dates will and other entries in the historic Annual Summerfest at Joseph,ne Sunset Home, I I Count H. D. Clubs . Sunday. School be August 14th and 15th. theme, aa.,, ,, ,, ,. o . . . ,, . ._ .11 BRYANT I _ _. . .... .. o.., ,, . WUl ne nero on )unooy, August Y, oT )tonwoooll Alice Thomsen [ [O IJlCnlc Aug b [in,, 8 nm : ! De I ~ .~. " Heart Assoclauon l~lo ~Ir ae vote, I A big day at Sunset Josephine]has accepted the superintenden-[[ _ ~ Phone 250W3. .. I The annual picnic of the Sno- Reading room, 1"4------&- ~'..--J, ][~,, [ A ....... $,, DA,~I~AJ ]Home is, the annual Summerfest,[cyoftheCoeurdAlene Homesfor[ Bryant brange Will nave ~nelr homish County Home Demon.[Open ~aonaay z t~ q~L6 I'U|IU~ lUl J'~iccmcMta Jtl.~cl~.l|~;u [which this year is set for Sunday,] aged in Idaho [annual p]cmc, at the S~.ate t-arK stration clubs-will be held at wednesday z ro ~ U--- [ lr~- ..... ~L_J__ I !_ l]F___l_ I'~__~___~_ IAugust 9 at 2:30 pm. Mr. C. Grunhurd of Bellingham, on ~amano lsiano ~unaay, Aug- Forest Park, Everett, on Wednes- to #:a~ p.m., exc~ nun ulsease omu In VTUUU~ Ik~OIl[rac[~ The above picture was taken[vice-president of the Pacific Dis- ustw. ..... day August 5th aays. _ ~ ~ .~ ~-o-'ts totalin~ "18562 to~the[ The IWA Portland headouart.lrecently of the pastors and fam-]trict Lutheran Brotherhood, will[^.,uryant Juvem~e~range~nit~a~" The theme of the picnic will[.~nesu~]ec~ [ AI .~,,-. , v , -~ " " eremonies ~2~u two ll~:~.4v llltgllll./~=~l~ l:~t rll. hn t n' ntennial .,,,, ,,,, o,,,~,,,~, r'r~.... it, of Wa~hinoff~ Medi [ r n h m rnin~ that]llies in the North Puget Sound]again be Master of C .[.~ ........ be Was I g o s Ce . ,,, .... ,, .......... ~ ........... o__n - e s annou eed t is o .... . ~,~ m .t , .~-~ , o...hrml for four senarate stud [the second try to obtain a strike[dmtrmt, during the monthlylit is the Lutheran Brotherhood of[ ~ .~ ~: ...... Each Home Demonstration club s l c...,h~.. ,,.....+ , e~ ca ................ " ~ . that is Jgavlct ~ezotell returnea nome r t n will ,_,u,u~,, .~,.~: -.- i~ nn di.~oases of the heart werelvote has failed---bv a mar~in of]meeting at Josephine Sunset]the North Puget Sound [ ......................... :_~ table cente piece and s u t I~ R~ n~rfoot he "~ ............ v ach ,L1UIIU~:Iy lIIOllllllg l.JLt~l ~p~llUlll~ in __ ,. ...... , _- announced today by the Wash-147 votes out of approximately 16,.[Home. !sponsermg this gala e ente [seven weeks with his brother dep, let some_phase_ of_ Wash g[Ifort, be of one ff~ i~gton State Heart Association.]000 votes cast in the five north-[ The Summerfest program ..is]year.. ~ large anna" w~. Uin-~z~[Harold in California. ~on~s onef~unureu y~, ~.uv,~,~lpeace; and the god Part of the money was raised in]west states. [inviting for an out-of-doors gain- s-~,P ..... =':*'~"P ~"~\-'-" --'l Children Go to Cam,~ ~'?" *: .... =.~ ". .............. :l peace shall be with this community during the Feb-[ At Longview, H. J. Greeley,lering. The large trees will pro-[e.ry commumty nave oeyn. a~-[ Sunday Albert Bo~vles took A1-.~:xtension Agent. [__ . signed aetaus o~ rne ~esuvai ruary Heart Fund campaign. [chairman of the eight employer]vide ample shade, and loud ~ ......... "[ bert Jr Lei~,h and Barbara The lunch time has been set]Catholic Church Three of the research projects]groups which had been negotiat-[speakers will be installed. Aline o~icers o~ t ne .t, u tnera.n[Brendem, uhl, ~osemary Wahl-[fur 11:30 a.m., at which time the!Father James H. Del tsromernooa are rater M umoal will he conducted under the di- ing at Portland with the IWA[massed chorus of volunteer sing-[ .... : ....." - '[eithner and Frances Williams ~nlpicnickers will view the variousl Sunday Massses: / J~ow, presluent, Lloyd M Larson , " n er le faction of Dr. Robert A. ~ruce, Northwest Regional Negotiating ers from choirs in the communi-I " .- " .... '[his oar ~-d Ed,~ n~o,,~,~m,,h} club ce t p" ces and vote for the[ Arlington--9 a.r~ assistant professor of medicine Committee, commented that "The[ ties, as well as the community[Eyerett, vice-presmen~; it. w.[took~ I~ls'ie Bowles'~"I~or'ot~h'~[mst outstanding centerpiece. [day. [ I weoer, secretary, t~ t: ~oimes , ~ c at the university One grant of vote not to strike paves the way singing, will be under the direc.[ - ~ " -- * -']B,,wlo~ 3.rlith and l~nh~rta Registration will close at 10:30l Stanwood--8 an' treasurer and ~scar l~VlS~ao v ~o, ..................... :$6,825 will finance a study of for additional contract renewals tion of Henry W. Ringman of Ev-I. , ' ........ '[Brend .... ~ ;. ~ ........ ,.;,~[a.m. The EarlyBird prize will be Sunday. V ooys director tne latter tnree ......................... ~" . metabolism in heart disease, and at present wage le els as the erett ....... , ]tn Ru~tlo Inn hovonrl ~nn,~,,~,-~i,~lglven to the club having the[ Irom J~elnngnam. " ............ ...... ........ r en a e f it " a~other of $2 546 will enable ..... Dr. best guarantee of stability and Mr. Arthur H. Olson, superm- . . ] Pa~,~ wh_re~ th~,~ ~-~ .Adern _hll..re," " ~ ...... n largest pe c t g o s mere- Szlvana.Lakewood Bxuee to make an evaluation of]maximum employment, m the]tendent of Parkland Children sl Mrs. Sigurd Hendrickson Of]were to sta- a week at the]bars registered, so it is lmportantlLutheran Parzsh new surgical technics proposed]logging, lumber and plywood]Home in Everett, will give theIMarysville, recently,chosen pres-[Gran~,e Cam~ The renort backIt arrive and register before 10:30 J. H. Myrwang pa~' fox correction of valvular and]industries." [address. This will, no doubt, belident of the Women s MissionarY[alrea~,, is ti~t the" a~e havin-[a'm" Zion Lutheran, Sib septttl defects in hearts of pa:[ At Portland, two more settle-lone of the last public appear-[Federation, will represent the la-[]ots o~:fun and ha~e been on ~ Each club president will as-[ Sunday, Aug..~ tlents with rheumatic fever and[ments were announced last week[ances of this esteemed layman of]dies up the program Rev. A. J'[hike alread-" sume the responsibility of ar-[John Brekhus Gol~ congenital heart disease. [ by,the Wauna Lumber Co., and[ the church in our midst After 22[ Knutz~n, Peter M. Omdal will al-[ Mr and Mrs J0hnnie Thomsen [ ranging for the picnic lunch and)Reception at Chute] The third grant of $4,190 will]the American Lumber & Treating]years of distinguished service at/so bring brief greetings ]their'son Cart" his wife and ha' coffee for her club. Sunday Aug. 9--" finance the continuation of Drl Co. at Wauna, Ore., who have[the Children's Home, Mr. Olson[ A contingent of local men,fay of l~v~r~tt 'oallod at tho Jnh~[ The picnic committee chair-[vine Services. , Bruce's study of functional ca-~agreed to renew contracts atl~" --.~headed bv C J Gunderson, has[Tr~'~=~-~),'--~- e-,~,'~;'-~'~;o",:'[man, Mrs. Archie Olsen, R. 3,1First Lutheran LaJ pactty of cardiacs rehabilitated]present wage levels with ,wAll ]!charge of the grounds, seating,[noon: ............ '~ ..... ~ ....VIBothell, urges all the members[ Sunday, August in industry. [ aoca15-35 for185 employees. [IEbe -LakeRileu Ilpa,king and receiving the[ Mr" and Mrs Claud Dezotell[f the Home Demonstration DivineServices. Dr. Russell S. We]Her professor[ Walter Durham Jr. manager[[ n~,~,, ~,,,,~ ...... "~ It"Pounds." Iv]sited his brother in Monroe]Clubs to attend this annual pic- = " immunology at the university,[of the Lumberman's Industrial[[ "='~.~"~:"~-)k'~.... I Tho ~taff at Josenhine Sunset]Sunday Th~ Dezntells nlan on a nic and promises a pleasant day Silvana and Lake .... ~ " "'"'~ ~" .... ' ........ ~ - ~ *" " s s and ree will continue his research project]Relations Committee, where a] ....... [u.,-~o ~ ...... i=,~,~ ~. amnlelt~in t. Mi.,~,~ot. ;,~ ~ntomhor [for those attending. Gue t [The Lutheran F ,, Mr and Mrs blenn walker v ~ -- - ~ ~-.~ ~ - , on a search for antibodies of]record of such no wage in-[ _. - " .... " --. [su~v "o~dougl~'n~uts and cotlee[Writ~ of"Ai~kc~Voicano ........ ichildren are welcome. -7- Mrs.iO. J. Haukeness, P rheumatic fever under a $5,000[ crease" settlements is being kept,lmaae a OUslness trip to ~eatue[en~'~r~e Yes there will be funI Ed Brendemuhl wrote from An- Frances C. Oles0n, ~ounty ~x- Silvana: gra~t. ..... Istated that "These two additlona!]laStrye:n~l Mrs Walter Bunten]~!'~)sear gvistad has charge of[chorage, Alaska, concerning the]tensln Agent I _.Sunday, Aug. Tne current grants orlng to agreements orlng me grano [o[ai ~vx _ . _ . ..... , I,ho ~.~,~ ~,~. the ,,oun-sters and~recent volcanic ex~losions TheI Isnlp x a.m. . $42,582 theamount the Washing-[of such settlements to 44.com:]and^ ~erry n~pe~,n~r, c~:~e:iStoi~s~ersal'i'k'e.~Sui~t. O.~i~. Haavik[volcanic explosion Vwas a very]OVERHEATED STOVE ]Wednesday: Aug.~ ton State tieart ASSOCiation naslPanles WhO nave agreed wltn lot , .. e ....,,.~ ~,~,,~,,,o.~ ~;= ,..~,.,: ,~ ,~f atn;,t,, ovna~ia.~ o.,a it ,~,;1, halCAUSES FIRE ALARM lat z p.m. All meiu her seventieth blrtnaay Tnu s- ~ .................. contributed to heart research at[different IWA-CIO local umons[ ............. [,.r.nvet m a t c h between the[years before the dust abates l ^ ...... ,.~o.~ ..;, o+ ..... ~o[Be sure to come the university during the past]to renew present wage levels for[ Y/ ~ Y-- " "- .... [~,uests and -ers,mnel of the~enou~h to be able to breathel~. ....~ r- ~x~ r~,xr;~, ...... ]ltors. ~[our years, according to Dr. Her-[ the benefit of 5,465 employees."] bert ot ~:verett, anomer sister oI[~,,.,,o a,,,~ the~x~isi~ors [with~'comfort Imam,]no a darkl~:~= ~,~n'~'r~'h~'-'~"=~"'~'l~,~[Lakewd: " man G. Korey, Seattle, chairman~Other negotiations are schedulodI.Mr. Bunten _and ..Mrs..Colby,/--~'_'~,." "." ..... ~,,=~,o c,,, ]midnight in "the m~ddle of the[:~':,~:o ~,~'"~ ~'~-'~'~'~ 1~" ~;~-! Sunday, Aug. ' " ' ittee re " ro tess alon orougnt a oeautliUl olrtnuay ~eaiizlng at .... ~, .......... - - ,~ I ........................... " " - ol the associations comm ]or are al ady in p g - . g] ................ ,--- /~,,t Home n~st in the not too!winter, and you would be ableto~urdav afternoon ish~p 9.45a.m. _ on research, the same pattern oI no cost in- can~ ~tn L,~ ~Ua~*U*~. o,:. , a r i " r- - ." Thursday, Aug.' .. [ ....... ] Mr and M ~ a alt n andtdmtant future enlarge its capac-[ PP ec ate it---the da kness be-I Because of failure of automatic[., o ....~ .~.o A~mt . . [ ". ]Carol Lynn of Arlington called llty. especially the infirmary, toItweenl2.30 a.m. and 3.30 a.m. ]choke on the carburetor, to func-[Mrs' Conrad B~orn~ | ~T~K'~-~ T_TT~T~T_TrO~ [[~ s-,. ~ s ]at the W. Buntens and fished in take care of demands, the Lu-[r-rum ~nnesoxa. . . It]on properly, the burner pot wasI ~ i ,ox~x.~, x.tXUlX.~xx.t,o IIl.~ll~ ~lr~ K~e~rtl [Jim Creek Fridav evening. Itheran Brotherhood is calling ~r.. an~ ~ars. ~enry.. vellleuxlflooded with oil and caused t~:elArlinaton~dLa~! '| 1~',-~ 1,vff{lli l-ll|d~ on~-r [|,~-v., .......... -- I. . ......... ',,non the men and women in ou~lano aaugnrer Ainu]nerve ox mm-loverheating No damage resul~-I..._~: ..... ,.,~ ....o .............. , ..... william l~essing~r ano iamlly "~" ome[ neapolts, arrived" at the Z P ed ' memoamt ~nurc~,- I Telephone 2n7 I]P,,...Mo g~, ~ [of Shaw Island formerly of this]cmmunities.,t help the` H , ....................... --~'l " [J P Porter, minist~ Mr.. and.Mrs. Bill Johnson and["'a'av .... ,va ,, [district flew. his, plane over theltnessenmlnate its present maeotea-[ ~uUt-left Tuesday"U'"~ ~a~tp.m..,u,~uaY,for Los ,,UAn. ON CAMPING- TR/~ ' Morning" Worsh ! children s ant Friday evening] Enclosed is the Bl-Weekly Fire]Hubert Smiths ~ome one day] "I ;11 mot.a] Mr h,d Mrs C c~ ~,~-sen of 111; Evening, WoI~ P " " tors gales, where they w ........ with Mr and Mrs Orrm Under- Report of the State Division of this past week and signalled MrThe 13-men Board of Dlrec ........ " "'." .... |~" att'l -'=-rmer" resident ~f Ar ~wood 8"00 Serl| " " o] "1 " nelmeir nome Mr vemeux is ~ars.l~e t e, ~o s - h s n is feelinForestry for the period July 1 t i k them u at the Ar and advisors,chosen by t , t . . . ~ . Booth s brotherAntoinette is g , P I wood Mrs Jo n o g Smith to p c p - " " " lin ton are s endin~ ~ t-~o First Things Firs, much better after her race - .Y .... .. ...... | hngton Airport. They jy I g ....... [sta~:in~ with ~ ...... ~ ~,~ ~ n~ .~ weeks vacation camnin~ in thel Bible study W .I nt ill Jul 15, 1953 Seventy fires burned en o ed a Evan ellcal Lutheran Church , ~ l a total ot zr acres ~ms year ~z l Vl it with Mrs Ollie Conk |from the ~'uget ~ouna area, at its ~ ~, .................. ~ hess. _ . , 7 .,.~ in'ca "s" ", ..... [w~ole~ " [vicinity o~ D~rrin~ton l,,ov ~,.,, [at Lakewood; Th nkelman returned to fires nave ournea z~o acres as,. u ert Smith recent annual meeung oegan to ~"==. _ ,..:_..._.-_,~ ._:~_~2 __~ _^,_.:..^. ar~i-~t,,,~ Gloria Bu . . . . hn and H b . Jac~ ltlnl, asses ws~tea o~u ~r~c.u~ ~uu rc~tt,vc~ -- - --~,~--** her home after vlsltin her compared with 515 fires and 1837 Mr and Mrs Carl Waster and I formulate luture plans the first[ ... g ...... [ ...... t g ........ ' -[ - ,, .... , we were sorry to near o~ tne lnereaoout lne aensens moveu~ _ o gn'andparents in Ellensburg. acres ournea at tins ume las~ children of Seattle spent Tues-tstep being to oecome DeD~ ~reela,~o~ ......... I,_~-=~u~,, ~r'in-t^-, u,, auu~'^"* 27 "'e~-/r~''',~.~ .._..._.-~,i^-'~.... __T.,,tl~ Mrs. Ethel Jorgenson and Mrs.]year." This" remarkable record., canlday with" her~ mother, Mrs. Louise [ in" " '53." lawav"""m at~ 14arborviowaCK ~-lng, wnol.ln.~nitnlpasseain[ a~o Mrs Jensen~ is the former]Burke " ~ ~ewberrY Jennie Underwood spent Satur-[ be attrioutea somewhat, to verY[Wallitner' and her sister Mrs. Welcome to the Summerfest at'.~a~t']o--~--~-~-n,~M~-n-~-;rl~elE~nice Grant. [Edwin Sandvig P s a ..... . ...... , ............. -" -