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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, TttURSI AT, AUIG. 9, 1951. PAGE THREE :LL Irs. Willis Hilde, :orrespondent rwood b:rs. Orrin Unde [Y spent the week-end at Lake Shoecraft. Club met at the hall, August 1. of officers was held being elect- Mrs. Mathilda -president, Mrs. Nora secretary -treasurer Treen. and Harriet for Glasgow, Mont., tnd Mrs. Sherman for visit. the smorgasbord at the Sisco Heights evening, August f " I]~ .....| {~_.,. --_ [Aug. 6, a large concourse of Snohomish County nineteenlMrs. Edna Binning of Albany, .... " ........ I O e. and a brother, Ben of Mon- LAKEWOOD v1~1~1~ I r, i"~ |1o I tending. .. I the tmurcn oI Jesus t:nrlst La[- I Mrs. H. Tare, corr. [I TTI[~rI~f~DTA 1[lull'I'll O']F1L:'~ I friends frm the upper valley at'] years ag He was a member f r Mrs. Lym~. Danlelson, I fror vewev mnnerman,' Mr. Hmderman," 53, of Route[ ter-Day Saints. ' !J roe. [ Phone 2609 [i correspondent. I , " .... I Three, Arlington, died in Arling-I He is survived by his widaw,~ Bishop Wesley Duce of th~ No news for some time due to ] ;~4r. and Mrs. Kuhnhausen Funeral servmes 1or ~ranK ton Hospital August 3 after aniKatie seven sons George U. S.tChurch of Jesus Christ Latter a good vacation. Mr. and Mrs. spent the week-end in ,WinslowlDewey Hinderman were held attillness of several months Mr. lArmy at Ft. Lewis; John, EdwiniDay Saints officiated at the fun-- Warren Perrigo of Arlington and with MrSthKUhnhausenl~r SiSatne~lthe Chapel of Moll Funeral/IIinderman was born in Oshkosh, IRonald, Richard, Michael and eral. Burial was in Arlingto~ their granddaughter Linda Cran- ,, ~ .... .: "'- " " , . Home on Monday afternoon, Was., May 31, 1898, and came to'Fred all at home; a daughter, Cemetery. dall 0~ Riverside, Calif., left in Mrs. Ritchey of Portland, Ore. ..... July, taking their friends, this reporter, Mrs. H. Tare, and daughter Nancy, and son Stan- ley. Drove down Highway 97, taking in the Lava Caves, Ore., and the beautiful Petersen Rock Garden. We were left in San Francisco ~ith my twin sister and her family, Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Furr and young son Wayne. Mr. and Mrs. Perrigo drove on to Riverside, where they spent a few days with their daughter, Mrs. Bob Crandall, and young Mrs. Ritchey had just spent the: week with the Kuhnhausens. Her husband is supervisor at the Hills Naval Military Academy at Winslow. Mr. and Mrs: Frank Melhart of East Stanwood visited at the Fwo~'t home Sunday afternoon. House guests at the Harry Hansen home from Wednesday to Friday from Curtis, Nebr., were Mr. and Mrs. La Verne Hansen and children Linna Dee, Jon, Diana, and Kevin. The a O TO ACCEPT ARBITRATION THE COMPANY REFUSED. Employees wouhl have gone b lck to work, normal service wouht have been re- stored, while we awaited the decision of an impartial board. is spending a son Larry. Mr. Crandall is over- Seattle, visiting with seas in Japan. The Perrigos Vernon Bosworth then crossed the Mojave desert. ...... Saw Reno, Nev., and also the 4-H Girls are hay- quaint mining ghost town of sale at the Columbia, Calif. Back to San on August 17 and 18. Francisco and then Mrs. Tare mostly children's returned home Midland, Tex., a month visit- and family. Alice Marie while playing, and so had to have 6 and girls Hart and girls spen Tuesday parents, Mr. and .~ndorf. Wiggins and Lou, spent last pia visiting her and Mrs. Glen Row- and family of Friday evening and uncle, Mr. Dockendorf. Babb and son of and Mrs. M. McKil- ~ane are spending their mother, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Russ Hunter left f0r'a two weeks' trip into Ore- gon, California and Arizona. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hickok of Everett were Saturday evening callers at the Sam Dockendorf home. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Downey and family motored to Seattle Sunday to attend the Billy Gra- ham meetings. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cole and sons had a pleasant trip into Idaho and Montana last week, returning home on Tuesday. Visitors at the Mel Hughes' home on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Win. Wells of Seattle. Har- riet Hughes returned home with them to spend the week. Janice and Diane Hilde went to Auburn Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hilde of Clear Lake, to visit their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Iver Hilde. ~Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kelley and family of Silver Lake were din- ner guests at the Willis Hilde home on Saturday. or Pumice Q Sewer Pipe Tile Tile Meter Boxes Septic Tanks Stones Foundation Blocks Arlington - Phone 1314 Hansens are brothers. On Friday the group went to Mr. Baker and on Sunday a family reun- mn was enjoyed at Lake Good- win. Mr. and Mrs. Art Pitts and daughter Deana of Bellingham were Saturday dinner guests at the Almer Larson home. Addi- tional visitors were Mrs. John Carlson and Jerry of Seattle. Al- so the same evening Mr. and Mrs. Almer Larson and Clifford were dinner guests at the Oscar Schei home. Sunday visitors at the Almer Larson home were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Langsjoen of Silvana. In the evening Mrs. James Howlett and children of Marysvilm called. The movie attraction for thursday, Friday and Saturday: "To please a Lady." Plot. A fa- mous lady columnist sets out to "break" an auto racing cham- pion who is notorious for ruth- lessness on the track; before the campaign is through the two have fallen in love. Matter of taste for adults and young peo- ple. "Watch the Birdie"--- A breezy bit of slapstick with Red Skelton as a photographer in love with a young woman pro- rooting a building project. There are no problems---no conflicts just good wholesome merriment for the whole family. The double bill for Tuesday and Wednesday: ".Tarzan and the Leopard Woman" and "Bor- der Treasure." An earthquake in Mexico and the robbery of a mule train carrying jewels and silver from Arizona across the border to aid the victims of the earthquake give a rather novel twist to this Western. The pic- ture may have an appeal for those who like violent fisticuff battles and terrific gunfire in their Westerns. Young people and adults. 0 W. W. C. E. REGISTRATION MONDAY, OCT. 1 Beltingham, August 6. West- ern Washington College of Ed- ucation will open for general registration Monday, October 1. A special program or orientation and enrollment begins Thursday afternoon, September 27, at 1:00 o'clock for freshmen and new transfer students. In addition to the necessary testing and counseling, several mixers and other entertainment are schedul- ed for the newcomers, according ~o Dr. M. S. Kuder, director of personnel. and her family showed them all the sights of her native town for two days. A large farewell ciin- ner was given, and back home by another highway. A wonder- !ful trip and good company. Most of California has continued cold, dreary weather and did l]ave for all the entire vacation in San Francisco. Glad to get back to Washington and a grand cli- mate. Vacation all over, so hope for news from other neighbors now. Call me by phone or drop a card. The Lakewood 4-H groups are getting meetings going to get ready for all the fairs. We as a Wedj-Cut small group romped home with nearly all the honors in the L AMERICAN Poultry Group under the able IDAR CI ;leadership OfgoBill Hasko, who ~2, i iets his work and devotes all .. his time to" his group. Just a ]plea to other parents or anyone else interested: Unless more ~-eutCHEESE 6-oz. people lend their support and 33e nolp, the groups will be aban- doned and the young people will suffer. The other leaders )I'CUtcHEESE o-o" z 33e need help, too, Mr. Hughes and Mr. Kline. All groups have won d ~ many ribbons, so lets keep our ~ 37c young people busy and anyone CHEESE o.- wishing to help in any way call liced Mr. Bill Hasko, who will be glad 38C to notify the other leaders. Mrs. CHEESE 8-oz. J. Johnston and Mrs. W. Zwick- ................ er are the 4-H Cooking Group. 38 Mr. Hasko plans to raise funds CHEESE 8-oz. by selling old scrap iron and metals. Clean out those old 37c storerooms and try to help the E 3-oz. groups raise funds so each one can have money to go, and not ust one or two. .................... 3-oz. 23e r CHEESE .......... 1-oz. 15e aCHEESE ............ 8-oz. 37e. T CHEESE .......1 1/3-oz. 10c CHEESE 1-o,. 10c 'n l]o.con r SPREAD l-lb. 79c ,& DELICATESSEN WASH. PHONE 1232 Conrad Brevik is back home alter a long illness at the home of his daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Redding of Mukilteo.. He is still conva- lescing and unable to go about on his farm. Mrs. Jessie Deering ~bserved her birth.p~y #nniversar~ on July 30. Close neighbors who drop- ped in for the occasion were Mrs. Thea Thorson, Mrs. Lillian Tate and Mrs. Leona Webb. Delicious ~ats were served by the hostess. ~Mrs. Laura McPeak, mother of Mrs.oJ. Deering, also arrived for a long visit. Mrs. McPeak just got back from a trip to Idaho, where she attended the wedding of her grandson. Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson sold their home in Lakewood to John Rysgaard' and have moved to Marysville. Their many friends and neighbors will miss them very much. O e TO ABIDE BY A GOVERNMENT WAGE STABILIZATION DE- CISION ON OUR REQUEST FOR A 15c RAISE But the g'overmnent cannot act unless both parties are w lling . . . and West (Coast Telephone Company {sn't. Excerpts from an editorial in the Coos Bay Times of July 26, 1951: "The company is a part of the complicated communications business and has, we believe, commitments and deals with the nationwide telephone organization . . . "It appears to us that the union's request is reasonable, particularly as regards the lower paid brackets. A substantial increase and prospect of being able to work up to top spot in any classification in four years instead of six would be a big morale boost and would be reflected in better service. We feel that the company is out of touch with the local scene, and does nat really realize the situation, Also, the strikers and the company are actually not a great distance apart. "IT IS TOO BAD THAT ALL THE FACILITIES FOR NEGOTIATION AND ARBITRA- TION COULD NOT HAVE BEEN USED AND THE MATTER SETTLED WITHOUT A STRIKE." WestCoast DOESN'T WANT Impartial Arbitration... In a letter to all employees, dated August 4, The Telephone Company says: "The Committee (union) offered to arbitrate the difference between 8c per hour and 15c per hour. We rejected this offer because, in our opinion, it wtuld have been nothing more than a compromise between the 11c* and 15c per hour." 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