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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, AI LINGTON, WASHINGTON, TttURSDAY, AUG. 13, 1953. .PAGE THREE the buyer that "Its (the tree} cut- ling was not destructive but gave If -- l~otes needed room for neighboring trees to grow taster and better." e thermometer runnin~ Another assurance was "It was seventies and eighties cut under the supervision of the day it: may seem a U. S. Soil Conservation Service." '.hristmas trees; but It is also plain that if farmers me to start planning will select and tag their trees, attitude of people untagged trees will be conspie- about Christmas uous. This would go a long ways shudder at the in stopping the indiscriminate waste, some don't destructive cutting that takes SOme wistl to devise a place every year. Christmas trees The production of Christmas at a profit and trees is really very simple. The well stocked at the first requisite is land of an area of one or more acres. This land should be sandy or gravely. Good farm land is seldom good Christ- mas tree growing land. Christmas trec:~ must not grow too swiftly. Usually a natural seeding of Doughls Fir is a good indication. The trees should be selected as indicated on the card. Atter se- lection of the tree, cut with a sharp saw leaving one good limb on the stump. After several years this limb will turn up and grow into another stem. The whorls of secondary limbs are usually clos- er together than those of the primary. Therefore, the second tree, which will be available in $4665.60 Total Bills Ordered Paid by Council A total of $4665.60 in bills for the month of July was ordered paid by the City Council at the regular session on Monday night, Aug. 10. The itemized accounts are as follows: Current Expense Employment Sec.. Dept., adj. 2nd qtr. S.S ............... $3.84 Postmaster, stamps ............ 9.00 Win. H. Bagley, salary ........ 257.70 Clyde Parker, salary ........ 268.80 Win. L. Moorman, salary 32.50 Florence Kitchen, salary .... 12.50 Barbara Edge, salary ........ 30.30 J. P. Mathews, salary ........ 49.25 Wilbur R. Stout, salary .... 3:t.47 Lawrence D. Jacobs, salary 21.80 Arl. Auto Parts, car pts. and tools ............................ 11.30 Arl. Trk. Repair, tank At a West Coast Telephone Company Employees' Conference oxygen, aect ..................... 19.13 held in Everett July 29, Vice-President G. E. Krieger presented City Grocery, Scott Towels 2.60 a.service certificate for 40 years of service to Albert Bundt, left, of Cordz Battery, plugs, points 13.18 ,Arlington. Ten-year certificates were awarded to Mrs. Pearl Jen- Mr. Loop Serv., grease and sen and Mrs. Edna Itayden, employed at the Arlington office, and radiator cap ............ 1.90 about seven years, will be more bushy and a better grade of Christmas tree. The prime requisite of main- taining a Christmas tree site is to protect the land from grazing. If animals are allowed to run at large in a young Douglas Fir stand the result will be poor mis-shapen trees. Occasional pruning and shaping will aid the tree production. The inquiries at the local Soil Conservation Service Office at present would indicate that it of the American would be possible to market growth of Christ- 1 -~ first cutting in about 60,000 trees for the Holiday irab left on stump season of 1953. The minimum _~d up and has price seems to be about forty of about 6 feet.cents each. The Soil Conservation Service and the Snohomish Soil some farmers in the Conservation District are inter. hington who produce ested in the management of farm :tees exclusively on woodlands of which Christmas rOUnd year after year. trees are a part and will furnish [e farmer in the Ar- information as available to those trier will hardly wish desiring~it, o ese trees exclusively. many farmers have ~,~ " ,ns that would R._...___tad , mLs trees year af- Aboard U.S.S. Boxer is a growing mar- Douglas Fir as a Every year the greater and greater. local Soil Censer- Office have in. treble any previous Ulries. Legion Post No. led the way in trees and cut- a way to insure con- of the trees. The ion broke down by placing a tag These tags assured Far East (FHTNC)--Aboard the attack aircraft carrier USS Boxer, whigh has been operating off the coast of North Korea, is R. L. Freestad, machinist's mate third class, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. A1 Freestad of R. 1, Arlington, Wash. The Boxer holds the record for the most landings of aircraft on her flight deck. Recently, she re- covered the 58,000th plane, and ~xpects to land her 62,000th plo, ne before the end of the presen cruise. Church School To Present Program On Friday evening, August: 14, at 8 o'clock, Our Savior's Luther- an Vacation Church School will present a program for parents, friends and the congregation. All classes will take part in present- ing the Christian message. There will be songs, Bible verses, pray- ers given, questions answered, stories told, and activity projects displayed. There are~bout 60 children en- rolled from 4 years old up through freshmen in high school. Mrs. Erling Stolesen teaches the Beginners, Mrs. Paul Wangsmo ORDINANCE NO. 312 AN ORDINANCE declaring the exlst-I ence of a public emergency, providing' for emergency expenditures in the Wa-: ter Department of the Town of Arling-' ton, and providing for the issuance at emergency warrants in payment there-: for. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCILI OF THE TOWN OF ARLINGTON: Whereas, because 6f the extension of water service to Glacier Cold Stor- age, Inc., an(f because it is necessary that extensions be made in the eastern part of the Town of Arlington. and be- cause of the necessity for repairing leaks and replacing mains, all of which serv~es were not and could not have been foreseen at. the time the 1953 budget was made, it will require more money than that provided In the sald 1953 budget, ] Section 1. It is declared that a pub- lic emergency exists because of the need to provide larger mains for service to Glacier Cold Storage. Inc., to pro- has the Primary class Miss Nao- vide new mains and extensions in the mi Rasmussen teaches the Jun- eastern part of the Town of Arlington, -- D ...... for the repairing of leaks and replace- lors, an(1 t astor ~anflvlg nas the ment of mains, and for the better fire Seniors. protection of the town. These improve-I They have been meetin,, Men ments, repairs and replacements re-i ' ~" " qutre $8,000.00 more money than was days through Fridays, 9:00 a.m. budgeted in the 1953 budget for suchI to 11:45 a.m., August 3-14. The improvements, repairs and replace-I neXt class sessions for children ments. and voun~ neorde in the Luther section 2. That such expenditures '~ .~" ~" .. y .... - shall be paid from - any funds now all unuren Will De Ol1 ~eplemDer available in the Water Department or 13, when regular SundaySchool l funds which may in the future be- classes will open at 9:45 a.m. come available to said department. Everyone is welcome to attend Section 3. That there is hereby ap- the Friday evening program. Re- freshments will be served. o- RECEPTION An informal reception is to be ,held in honor of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Blacken Saturday eve- ning, Aug. 15, 8 o'clock, at the First Lutheran Church in Lake- wood. Everyone welcome. - O RUBBER STAMPS ARLINGTON PTG. CO., PH. 493 proprlated the sum of $8,1100.00 for the above-stated purposes, and the Town Treasurer is authorized to issue emer- gency warrants therefor. Section 4. That said emergency ex- penditure is' necessary for the protec- tion of the public health, to provide more adequate fire protection, and to provide for the water requirements of the town, and this ordinance shall take effect immediately upon its passage, approval and publication. PASSED by the Town Council and APPROVED by the Mayor, this 10th day of August. 1953. ROBERT MURPHY, Mayor. Attest: W. L. MOORMAN, Clerk. Overall Clng., laundry .... 5.34 Paris-Krieger, laundry ....... : 5.32 S. J. Priebe Co., office supplies ............................ 8.72 Sno. P.U.D. No. 1, power and light .............. 179.75 Shepard's Serv., lube job .... 1.55 Std. Oil Co.. motor oil .... 37.12 77.18i Union Oil Co., gas ............ 12.50 W. Coast Tel., serv, & toll Western Auto Supply, tire, gasket shellac ........ 19.68 Winkes Hdwe., hose, nozzle, polish .................. 11.2~ Arl. Hdwe., drill, punch, pins .............. : ..................... 29.2~ Signal Service, lube job .... 1.5~I Total ................................ $1157.46 Street Department Peter J. Enault, salary ...... $268.80 Gordon Quilitz, salary ...... 100.00 Wm. L. Moorman, salary .. 7.50 Florence Kitchen, salary .... 9.37 Clyde Parker, labor ............ 117.16 Arl. Trk. Rep., iron, shaft'g 10.82 Assoc. Sand & Gravel,, plant mix asphalt ........ 392.54 Backstrom Motor, parts for truck ........... : ................ 35.04 Cordz Battery, copper brake line .......................... 1.03 Harold Land Motor Co., 1 hose, 1 lock .................... 1.97 Ed's McAlpin Serv., tire, tube .................................... 67.44 Pres. Paint. Co., lacquer and thinner ...... 94.04 She. Co. Road Dist. No. 1, 411.25 crushed gravel ................. Snyder Hdwe., hose, chalk. Star Mach. Co., wheel bearings ............................ 3.88 Super Petroleum Co., gas 42.95 Western Auto Supply, penetllation oil ................. 41 Winkes Hdwe., broom, brush .................................. 3.76 Constr. Prod. Sales, parts for digger ....... :~..~. .... 32.49 Arl. Hdwe. Co., plu~, brush 11.23 Total ................................ $1612.25 Garbage Department Edgar L, Holland, salary..$283.70 Frank Pulliam, salary ...... 197.00 W. L. Moorman, salary ...... 30.00 Florence Kitchen, salary .... 74.07 Barbara Edge, salary ........ 40.00 Arl. Auto Parts, trk. pts... 5.33 Arl. Trk. Rep., reline job .... 14.42 Cordz Battery, rod, head .... 7.67 N.W. Pest Control, rodent serv ..................................... 20.00 Super Petro. Co., gas ........ 61.00 Robb's Tire Serv., recap tire ....................... : .... 41.20 e cjlves you V'8 power: like cha of cosly cars...fine car build...fine car rlde and cjood |oaks- hue t"h price *ag never moves of *he low-price fie|c1 you go people are making the swing to And can you blame them? Many cars coating $1000 more offer no more of the things you need Want. Here are some of Ford's "Worth More" . . but to get the full story, you'll ind it your while to Test Drive a new Ford today! Less front-end rood shock. The kind of shock you feel most is reduced up to 80Cr/o with Ford's remarkable new ride. You get a smoother, more balanced, more comfortable ride all around l Suspended pedals work easier and make foot space of the entire floor area. Suspended pedals are also a "keep out" sign to dirt and drafts. make it easier to keep the floor clean l Smooth V-8 power is, exclusive : to Ford in its field. And Ford's Mileage Maker is the most modern Six you can own[ Both the V-8 and Six-cyllnder power plants deliver their hill-leveling 'go on regular gas--and not much of that, thanks to Ford's Automatic Power Pilotl GREAT W! FORD THEATRE, An extra suitcase will fit into Ford's luggage compartment-- the roomiest in the low-price field. In fact, Ford's combined luggage and passenger space is the greatest in the Iow-prlce field .. compares with that of many cars of higher price. Center-Fill Fueling permits filling your Ford from either side of the pump.., saves you time when refueling . . . and puts an end to hose scratches on your fenderl Curved ne'piece windshield (below) and large picture windows, give Ford" the mo~ "look out" area in the low-price field .. another reason your Ford is worth more when you buy it . . . when you sell it, tool F.C.L See it...Value Check it... Test Drive it... TELEPHONEI~I MOTOR COMPANY "Arlington's Friendly Ford Dealer Since 1931" ARLINGTON, WASH. IF you're lnferested in an used car, be sure fo see our se|ecf|ons Total .................................. $774.39 Water Department Emp. See. Dept., adj. 2nd qtr. S. S .... , ......... z ..... $3.85 Paul Van Horn, salary .... 294.80 Gordon Quilitz, salary .... 194.80 W. L. Moorman, salary .... 45.00 Florence Kitchen, salary.. 48.61 Barbara Edge, salary ........ 40.00I Clyde Parker, labor ............ 6.50 Andrew Lien, salary ............ 64.02i Arl. Con. Prod., met. boxes 7.14! H. D. Fowler, flanges ...... 112.56 P.U.D. No 1, power ............ 237.18 Super Petro. Co., gas ........ 12.05 Union Oil Co., gas ................ 2.27 Snyder's Hdwe., bolts ........ 1.52 Winkes Hdwe., connector .. 1.82i Arl. Auto Parts, ] parts, tools ................ 16.13 Arl. Hdwe. Co ..................... ~33"25 Total ....................... .......... $1121.501 GRAND TOTAL Current Expense ................ $1157.46 Streef Dept ......................... 1612.25 Garbage Dept ................... 774.39 Wafer Dept ......................... 1121.50 Total ................................ $4665.60 O Careful Car Checks Never Bounce Any driver would walk a mile for a peace of mind in knowing ali's been checked carefully. No need to walk! Drive in. Leave with no war- ries. SHORTY'S , CHEVRON SERVICE Standard Oil Products . . Have Arrived at Step in tomorrow and see our exciting new fall coats in poodle fabrics, sheen gabardine, English tweeds, and fall fleeces--every one 100% virgin wool and lined with the miracle metalic fabric that gives warmth without weight'-- Cgme in today and pick out yours for autumn. Prices start at O0 .. Down... will hold any $ coat under our convenient Layaway plan .. Pick out yours now while our stock is complete... ,. will soon be here .. now is the time to Layaway that fall and Winter coat , . . this year Hammer's offer the largest selection of school coats in its history .. ages 3 to 14 years... 100% virgin wool ,.. insulated linings... Layaway now. 3 to 6x 7 to 14