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PAGE FOUR THE ARLINGTON TtMEg, A RI,IN(tTON, WA Sll IN(IT() S, TIt [" R S l)A V, A VG. 195:L -7---: ----:-- " :: ------: - lO " " . l- BRYANT ['Funeral .._ _ . . so School Reunwn . Chas. A. Re,d Aldercrest 5amtonum . . IPromoted to Major I ~,~Thomsen I[ForChr I SHO,,D IT BE CONSOLIDATED WITH FIRLANDS"~. I!uraws orm, er uaen s I .... lllG~ange MeetsPhOnerridav250W3 [IwFu eralafternoony AI Nellie C~otge, Oso Correspondent I F~~ll~ll Br-a ~ +il meet Fri of Moll's Funeral -- ~ nt Gran~,e v ] . - j Last week The Times carried, under this heading, a letter from Dr..Kahl,[... SUnday .wa2+ a2~apPy,tt~meh~]tY-?nal? and Myfl Prather..[ 1[day, Aug. 14:Juvenile Gre..n~e al-[ tlearRo PLHot Chrr' Acting'State Director of Health, giving a summary of the reasons xor the plani~--aHY -~ l~c=t ,xGa.x, ~.~,, ~ .- I Mr. aria Mrs. BOO r~rause ana/ III 'o meets ~rloav nignl. Will any!hert ('hri~to-~- I~ '~ to consolidate Aldercrest with Flrlands Sanatorium. ]friends they seloom see over Inel..~.~,., ~ -..n ~s.o ~ ..... .... ] lllone who has c()ffee bands pleas'el . "~ o,~.2o~:,, ~ In three installments, The Times .hopes to give a more complete report bYl,,t:,nv vo~r~ Thnl~,h )Hr ro~.is.l.a,,,.~, ,,... a,,~ ,,.~. ,,a..j ~=~'1 ll}+.... ,~._..~ ~....... ,~.. ~o .~^,.+1who was Iatally 1 3o the State Dept. of Halth following whlch some argument against the consoll-|:--=:a z~7-~. ---~-~,~..... :-U" ... and C:ail pe~,av tIollis Robb El-I II ~'" "'~"' "~ ~ "~" ~""= '~ ~''~[ afternoon August ' :~ clarion will be published. ' i(rauon snowed 6~u present,= ,tj ~ _:, o%, .. .. ' ' .I ~1 up to gel the eoHee urn. ]h,,me ,-~ ~io ,-~-o-t~ ~ Installment No, 2-- . ]was iar less than our estima~efllmer ~onn ann Iamliy, ~eorge an(11 ~l Only about 65 turned out for~ ............ "" .... .... h~ ,f ino,lrl .... d lot ,~i~ vo~r ~-;~- ~- ~on~ ~* ..... lattendance last year of 600 or Jeanette Boursaw, Andrew and[ i~ !he Grange picnic Sunday. All ~ Rev. J: t!. Myrw~ - ................ ~ ............. - =... . ...... ..... .. .~..~ ,,.o r :: ~llV~tna haKowooo ' ' ............. I~ossible to hos-,italize a nat]eat[mre" They came. zrom over ou ]Rudy Hartl Mrs. -Nancy Keene[,ll~l~~~i~?:;~::i[who went had a grand Dme. In-i; :~ " _ _ :.e, lers oI protestnave rece~veui ~ . .. e .. ~" . |~tale ann severat irom llllnOlS.[ . - ' .... " ~ ~:i teresting -ames were ,qa,,ed Lu/neran church 0 2 ~tICC(~SSIUII~ Ill a small sand]or- ann son ~esse riannan BUCKlln ' .:'-:!~:::i ~ ~' z .... concerning tide proposed consol-] .... , .... ,,,,~ +~,, ~,~o,, +~,~+ ]The day was ~deal and our VlS- , ,] ~:~] ~arold M~ r,~hv took the ehildrenl ml wa~ ]n Arhngtc sc ......... s ..... ~ ..................... - , i ::~i~i~:"~/~ Ral h w s ldation of Aldercrest Sanatormm.[ment of fresh air bedrest an ad [,tors started to arrive soon after]Mary Gallagher, J. C. Carpenter.[ :~:;t]out for a ride In hls motor boat. [. p ~a born )e Some of these were sent to Gov I~ : .... ' ' =- "/10 a.m. and the registraHon[Alice Lazarus DeWitt and Nel.I i~i~!i!i!~l [~anuary z~, u:)~. ~ or " equa[e ole[ all(l pneumo[norax . . ~ :~:~:~i:::~i~!~::~::~i~i~::~i his are ernor Langlie, others have come]treatments when indicated The[pints soon had them regmtered. [son Schwab, Esther ~}chwab Bau-[ ~!i][Return From South [ p~ nts Ralp.h le .. " ........ ........ [to. 19 7, e. y p~ :! nt would= beInouncing the names of those in[ ..... [Y...... P ............ ! :: I llGlandale Calif a girl friend' at l DEDICATION SER~ |r( "1o begin WI[D, IDe LeglSluturu rico on simple Dearest ann 1I ne . . . . uaugHtv~ ~unmc, ~a~y .~a,u. ' "' , A in 1913 passed the basle tubercu-Ifailed to respond satistactori y, lch, arge:aJterwh chNe eGeor, gelstrom, Dorothy Pumphrey, LeT l[Hollydaleo.and Geralds parentsI TAnI~IOiNTeEreC~InST{ ~e tosis hospitalization law. Thislthen he would be classified as al~e"'~'were"~i~mm'a~'~A~l~r]~ge[Muma, Elma Bob, Mrs. Phyllisl~~l[~reet~a~er~ole~rdena [which the public fe statute placed the responsibility]treatment failure and sent else-[.. Y .................... ~]Bob, Leonard G. Fowler, Mr, ana]~~i!:~l[ .. ~ . . Ihoi.. ,~...oa .t ,., .... rayne r~utn watts ~rown, ~,~,~ a son and children t)eer are oestroving gardens in ..... ~. ~" ........... ~ for tuberculosm hospztal care onlwhere for further study or surgl-[... , ............IMrs. Guy L r ,l~~ii~ll ..... . ~. [,,._ ........... the counties and enabled thelcal care Now the management[-~rm wrote, mary ~oper ~a~e~ [ Ramona Kimball Woods and chil. !~~:)i~ ll the tJranavmwomtrmt, aecordmglee~remonvaY, t2hug~ w County Boards of Commissioners]of the "ordinary" case of tuber-[V~~as~.nersn' an(] n,~ ....... [dren, Doris Kimball Badgley andl ~?--;j---_-: _ I1I~o 7:s~r~e;~vne.y are getting pre[-I and ~o ~ark"the b [o~ to build, maintain and operatelculosis is much more eomplieat-[ " [children, Mr. and Mrs Raymon. I Y the ashes .... I I !! l il thirty-ninecounties 70V~ wasde-sPrt It is impraYtical from the]worth, Nellie Sandberg George, IJosephine B. Dietz Col. ~eorge[motherYMrs Lola Holt lives at v!sit her mother, Mrs. J: B. in the Monroe hosl ~; rived from the State Tuberculo-]economic standpoint to provideJPhyllis Whortenby Faussett, Isa-IH Dietz, Mrs. Henrietta Norgard,[604 Fift'h St ,'Arlington ' t n( rn e ,h vir :n ere %Jack We are glad to re er, sis E ualization Fund 15% from the elaborate e ui meat and the bella Whortenby Carroll Arthur John Maxwell Rue Conover Max-[ ~ . ~. ' ..... ". ~. . ' y e ~a~uroay andInus Nordby who [ ~ q . ' q P ' ~,,ajor lxelo attenaecl tne Ar-br " ' .... the county .6 mill le y, ~ trained personnel in small insti-[ I , ' l lin-to'- ooh'-^~o -s ~ b~''' snend-[ ...... ' I , ,_ v and 15% Prather and Ed Prather The last well Zoe Conover Emerson Fred ought Laura Pendell who had H1 w~th the flu ]s from miscellaneous sources. Tu-ltutions.necessary to carry on allltwo had left before the programlEmerson' Nellie and Clarence[in~ff~is ~)o..~Vood~l~re "~' ~ [oeen vm~ung them m Seattle. [ Our sympathy g~ 'a berculosis hospitalization, is le- the diagnostic tests and treat- started and were not. . presentlGeor~e,o Mr. ~nd Mrs .... W R Stout I ~ y Uo__e ~" [ Visitors. at .the Brendemuhlland Mrs. Sigurd. C ~ica gally a county functmn but the meat procedures now necessary]when the group pmture was Mr. and Mrs. Paul Verd. I~,~ ~n~ [home Friday night and Saturday death of their d, ! ' .... . . . . ~ Iwere Ed Brendemuhl's aunt Laurence Robinsor ' proportion of state funds goinglfor modern quality of medicalltaKen. Mr and Mrs Tea ~oras~rom,A~/AI1DE'I~"~-'y~'~;'~'- " ' " = '. ' ~ ~x ~ m r Mrs r " into the support of the sanatoria care of the tuberculous [ The balance of the program and children Ramona Stout Cole,[ ............" " , ".~. I . F daces Budschat, and hm[non, who passed a~ Y ....... " , ..... ,-. --.~ . . , ...... I lne w NI P (women s JNllSSlOYl- ]cousins uoDen ~uascnat Larry~Gay an(] was ouri{ ~n I (Third Instalment Next Week) [was in song ano ,e~ oy ~ot_,a~UlMr. ann ~virs. JaCK ~auce~.~e.r-]ary Federation) of Our Savior's I Richter' and Eddie Richter Also]non on Friday rs, u~res~ort:~9~ff~..en~itures a~el o -- [.rrat~er~t~ea~aeraonn~ onC~e~rPac'ltruae Arm~rng~pencer,.~jrn.ar~m/Lutheran Church met Tuesday visiting them were Don Robinson There was a fa~ :e~ leu y y " ~pencer, ~ars rrea L~eete ~o v ' .. .... . , e enmg, August 11, at the Lu- of Los Angeles and Bruce Kay- at the GHbert home de now available and show the][ I[cord,on. The last song was God[Pemberton, Lena Holhngsworthltherall Church The main eventl .... ~ ~oo-,~ [o. ~- ...... , same 15% from the county 6 mill[[ .... ~_~'_ []be with you till we meet again "[Montrov, Viola Hollingsworth I ....... ~ ..... " ......... ..... ~'.. ......... ; ........... I%~ ...... ~.oert ~a~ ;. l,~vv ,m ~ Nmmi,~ -.,~n~,~,~ m(,_._, _. ~--.-.----.. I " ' /t't the vvetnng wet~ u cu~or mov~,I t~osemary warllellllner l~al[rl] t~unner t~llDer[ s eI "~L.~ ...... I[ -.--~. -.~-~_~.~:b~, [[,-~ ~, a~-~,~,~,~u, .... [ The above named visitors found[ "The Malagasy Story." This -was[Peterson Aileen Satushek, Bar-[George Aberg and tt There ~s oaaCOr~a~rtr~(laneffzor~[[ cm,~pu.u~nt, l] Those registering were lSa~we~a,many pictures on display in the]an excellent film showing worklbara Brendemuhl, Frances Wil.]her niece, Mrs. O~ K on me pa o~ g Y "l Last Thursday Mrs. Tillie[Carroll and son Elmer ann ;Iprimary room to enjoy. Pictures[of missionaries in Madagascar.[liams Albert Bowles Jr, John[and family were tt | ] t~rested Washington citizensover[Mathis Mrs. Johanna Bradley]Phyllis and George Fausett; Mr.] of school group taken over thel Durine the meetm" ~ that fol-l~-~tuch,~l~. ~nrl T.,~icch R.,~,~A .... ~ll,,~ ,~o. ' ~ a period of nearly fifty years... [with thmr children and Mrs. Wal-land Mrs. F. J. Jenner, Mr. and]years. Each pmture listed names,[lowed. Life Membership pmslwent with their 4-H leader Mrs I A big shepherd ts provide adequate hOSpital Iacm-lter Tungate went to Seattle for Mrs. L. C. Whitman Eliza S~ormlwhich added to the enjoyment Iwere presented to two members r~,~,~ ~t,,op,~m,~,~, t,, t~,~ w',,~,,~~ ,,,,m~ ....... n .~,~~. tie~i:O~s th~nC~e Ofr~uber~u~lthe flay. .Mrs. Mathis and Mrs.]and husband R.ObhrsW. hiot~n AMr.[ The community appreeiates the/ Mrs. Golf Hovik and Mrs. DavidJHi~gh Seho'o~f~as~' VVe(~nesday'[~rlk~ns"t~lSaeean'd" as~ iv p . . . P g ..... [Braaiey VlSlI:ea June ~ox an(] herlana mrs. Al ma]r; . .= "]kindly deed of Mrs. isabella Car-lt:edeen, for their long service in l4.H Demonstration day [to put out rat u~ . suffie!em oeas were avmraD.le, m] parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sea-]derson and son Ernest aria w~e;trol1 who presented us a picture of/the work of the church. Refresh-] Mr. and Mrs. JoeCam~bell and tthey would like-1 s. Washington so that all wamng bloom while the others en o ed LewzsWheeler and daughter, L School buHdln w~ ~" ............................ [._ ,_ " J Y [... " ........... ,the Oso og " " g of]ments were served follo 'ng the]family of Seattle were Sunday]owners of the dog a] ~,~. w~re ~u?.~.~u_a),~i~.~e~lme parK. i~nerry; lvirs.. ~ve~yn ~mlm -~-'~.~'lthe :~ s. /business meeting. [visitors at the Bodlund home |want to poison a ~ !n p..atmm coulaoeeare.q mr m "[ Debra and Andra Chenier, re-[don and ca!larch, r.s: . umt Another link of our lives has/ ~ [ Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Uclelll Little Kenneth . [u olately wn..en nosp~tanzauon.waS[cently down from Alaska haveISmith; Maurme aria ~nrmunelpassed over and till we meet]BETURN FROM MONTANA Ihave just finished a two weekslbrated his 8th birt ~k eeaea The number OI Dens . . ' " " . n .,~.~h. ............ ....... ,,,~, ..... ~is[been wmtmg for several days]Glebe! and cn!mren, vera mman[again we will live in our mem-/ Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Denny of]job at Sultan, with a crew of 8.[day, Aug. 5; with a ~s. " - " " " t /with their grandparents Mr. and . "[ories ' /440 So Dunham, arrived home[While working there, they visited[ty Those attendiv ta pat]eros in washing]on rose O|Mrs John Cole ' ]Ralph Gustafson and wi~e Ellen;' " ~ ~':" .......... B-zeman ....................... - .......... "~" " ~"=" ~" ..... ~-- - ~a ' " " , ..... ~. . ~_ [ ~: [ on IUt~tlay iYUIII U , [ 11r~. l%Lltll UOWIIS~WIIO IS fUll- ] ~.~i:llllllli:t~ ~tanton ~,~uu In .tvou. ~.~ .umu=~ ~,. ~ - ~wrs Jenme Lawson ~ertruue w ha been vis " " sh tiont~ actually hoin~ hn~nitalized[ Mrs. Mae Thompson enjoyed] ,..~.:.~^.. e,,..n~..~.,, uo~ ~,,,nh,~r,, [MRS" CAI.LISON ]Mont., here they d -[nmg the Skyko Lodge at Baring.[Kenneth Ingham, ~.o~se-to-aY~)~x]mate]v-~-6~)b-in/her relatives, on their visit with l ~.uV;' .... Prat~her"~' B'ol~ ~"131aek'e~'l BREAKS ARM [iting with their daughter, Ml;s.[They say she has a nice lodge[ Mrs. James Simp: tu 1950 and h~a~ remaine(~ rei'atively[her last Sunday. Among them[~r~annU~orman I~lza Wheeler Mr' Mrs: A. M. Callison, R. 4, Ar.[Virginia Sieler and family, and and is doing fine.Dan, Mike and Da st ......... w- a~were the Inmans and Fred Phil-I .. ,.. .. -= "|lington, suffered a broken left|other friend's They left here] The Udells made a businesslville, Mr Ernest vi~ s[a~.le umii the last year n.en.Alips of Arlingt6n [and Mrs. t;ecii ~v~c~Tannie, lv~aY[arm and was severely bruised[August 1st. "They report the]trip to Seattle and Portland and[Ed Cronin and Ste or aecnne has begun ~o make ltseli " Blacker W/fley aria nusnana uen ' w " t r .............. |~-~.. Chal acv~o [ q~h~ *h~ ..... f ,~h .... it-[ ................. [when she fell off the back porch]weather armer In Eas e nlspent the week-end at the home]of Keyport, along v .'c~ ~v,u~.t. ~t t,,v t.,,~ v. ~,.= ~,-s.o" --'" " ......................... |wiley, Mrs. DOttle blacKer, ~utn ! ' " I " " ~.,+~,,o ~,, ,~ ~a~ ~ ,~,,o~+[+ ..... ~,o~ t~ th~-k each helner .................. [recently. Washington than m MOntana. of old frmnds, Mz. and Mrs. Earlier and smters, e~ ..... ~. ..... . . . [ $ + g" PP P " "[ " " [vens N y, ' " , "I " " g h0 e'O0:ua d saaSp C aulmm etingni!/gr:u ittle boy was l~orn last week[ ~loKnin~htcShiH2:emn, ~nda h~3rbi~lgd[ ' Ttl~rUlllls a?dea/w/h tee~ :~, t~ trators was held September 14,|to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Klein] Melum, Jim Marts, Wesley andl ' 'lan~ 1951, to consider what economies]and joins a little si~ter Janet.| Doris Stevens Albert and Gladys[ ~-~mmm--l--~ ~-~ m ~,~-~--~ ....~,~,,~m~,~ mml,~ . Oldsmobile! Come in--dr/~, w might be made to try to staY]Now we know why Grandpa/Stevens, Gloria Lovett, Elsie Hat-[ [--~l#~--l~m ~'~l~l~'~-II~ ~V~----~V~ ~--~'~ | ous Super "88" or ClaPt,M within the sums appropriated.[ Lewis Wheeler rushed back from[ field Flaherty, Nellie Hatfield,I ~ ............ |~ i- The administrators recommend-[ California. | Ruth Watts Brown Mr and Mrs I ~agn~. ~ee now the ~oa_ nw71 ~ ed the discontinuation of Sunny-[ Mr and Mrs George Anderson[ Tom Thompson anti son Ivan and[ . - Engine teams with Hy~ Oth, view Sanatorium, Port Orchard:! are'v'aea'tioning in C~nada. | wife. . ...... [ Super Drive* to level the~l~rs t~itsap ~ounty, ano AlaercrestI .~+ a.+.,.n ......... *~ ,,~ +hM Clara r~nigh~s rieil ano cnil-I ~ mand the straightaway ltge Sanatorium, Snohomish County.[Andaer~ons~were~MrS. an~iVir~i~|dren,, Francis Badgley, Clarkl ~-- ~_..Ll_ ~ ~. - * ~' - :'~ta e ecommenda a~ ~,~m~ ~ra~es ease you to a The reasons for th r "[ ....... ~:~ ....."~ -/Knights and family, William[ "~ ~|a~. Econo feces OI ~eattle. vii-. ~a ~ a ~ . . . ~ tion were. (1) my--to at- ^ ........ ~.o A..n ..... | Muller, Josephine Stevens Mul-[ ~~ atop w~th just a toe.touch.[~nd tempt to have sufficient.funds to[ c5~"a~r.~ ~B'~l~l~o"l'e of Cen-| ler, and daughters Pauline, Joan-[ ~f'~ ,m ~, ~ F-'~-'~ ~ ~ you'll park, turn and mal$~lt complete the l~)l-l~)~ biennium.l "\t....... =--- ..... -'--'* ---/he Mary" Glen Parker, Berthal --.~... ~.,v,,,~ ~lll~ ~l~ ; -~ ~_ . .J~,,,o (2) Better medical care---such as]atranaIew uaeames w,tulas~ nmwee~t^V~n~Sno~[ Ke'iste,r~a~tv, . Parker, Melvin Parker[ " ~ brawny rower ~teermg ~"Fc" Y can be provided in a larger insti-/_ ,- ................ a/and family, Herman Fry and[ ,.~ .~. , ~~---,m~ - 80% of the work. Nowon~'^_. " 'lities and rlomlstl ann his orotner ~u~m a.u - " In ! I ~cl( tutmn w~th modern fao [ ..... ~..~o ~..~..~ [ family Lawrence and Naom~[ " ~ ~ ~ Oldsmobileaovealstomen~ tl ~ ~ ~^r da'" coverage withlomer rel,xt,v~o .~.~. ~.~ : ......... -~ ~ ........ ,~-.our l~C ~ ~ ~:ntsmm er l~r , l~eryl wrlgn[ ~ ~,~ ~ , t.-~..~ ........ l '3~ A reco~ni / Mr. arrd Mrs. Guy Larson and[ ..... ~ .. ry ....... I "~~.~ .... ~ alike. It s the ear you ~ly tion that the hospital CwaffellO~dS[en~Uv~s]tors v~t~l~'=M~s.='~ars~n:s]Aldridge, Harley Aldri'dge, Oscar[ ~~ ~ together, oo see us ,S~cor~ were at the peak and ou -/ ............ " ...... :*e Aldridge and Bob, Andra andl ~ ~ ~ double-date w~th a 'l~ver mendation was not' accepted" in]guestsi" " of Mr and Mrs Ed Lafay-[win" Inman, Mr and Mrs "Royl[ ~i~.~':',~.~)fi;ii~'. , ' . ~~h ~ra] Snohomish. County No effort was ette. They" were enroute to Fry: Stanley Evans. and Wesley,:~i/i~:,. ~,.~'~;~< ~. . ~*~tt~ .... made in 1952 by the Department[Canada. ]Elsm Wheeler Zwlcker, Joy Hoks-| '.~~:.~ - ~ of Health to urge ~nonommn Mr A L Pendleton enteredlbergan and Alvy, Harold Zwick-I ,~h~,~='=::~::%~.~. ..................................... ~ l='-- Count to discontinueAldercrest the "Aldercrest Santoriumon er Mr and Mrs Gust Pearson[ '(~::.~:~)::,'~ " ~^ Y . , . . . " . .! , -, :: ........................................................... ~!i~!~i~!~iiii~ii~i~i~!~;~!i~i~i~i~i!ii~i~!~i~i*~i~i~i~i~i!~!:~i~i~:~:: ..... ~s' During the Legislative Session o~ Tuesday, where he will remain[e~d family," Marvin" Prlchard Mr.[" "" " .,,"~.-...".:.. ~7~-.. "'~.e,~.~':~'~'.'~ ...... '~" '~."~*( ~.'~ ~ ............. " ..... 1 1 TlIlln|['tat 1953, at the time of the Appro-for a 3-month checkup {and Mrs Bert Armstrong, i~uth[ ~ =.::~ ......... ,::/~:;i: + .... "..~." "~.'" :::i~--.-.. ~ll~mll~/~= = !~ l: = l~:. .... . . ,~' . ~ ",: ": :..:: %:. , ~...,...,~,,~.x,f+ ' pnatlons Comm,ttee hearings re- Mr and Mrs Ed Lafayette ca-]Blacker Rmker and Ted Leona[ :., ......... l_ I II-tw garding the State Tuberculosis tertained their berry pickers at]~rCheeler Poffley, Ruth Wheeler[ ___..~!i ]::~....!~::!! ...... =:~_~ ]:/]f ~[~lr ~~i ........ .~l ~i/~'~visil Equalization Fund, it was nec- a picnic at Lake Goodwin on[McManus, Katherine Wheeler/ -~"~,... ~;~!" =~;~~:"~;~=2' ~.~ /:(: ~ ~,ml ~l '~ .... ~t~.~L~l Y ~/ 1-][h~- , i!~ridY~;~td~ier:::~dstt~he ~~[ Wy~s~:WGS:k~?~ABd~eCrkkl~nl~nT~e':lVI~;~nn~l' ~:i~'~" ~'~< ~~~~ ~~v~ieSlw: 1951-1953 biennium, tog~ether .~l~~ Ison" Mrs" Hannah Diener and| ~-~=_.~!=i:::" ~~l~l[lll[ .... _ - I ~ !~..'=-I with an estimation of needs for ~i[[~ll~~:::~L!~-"~]~lau'~,hters Mrs Jennie Brooks,| -~ ~___/~l~"~._~~- = ! .... - :! ~:'? vlous that it is uneconomical to m...,,,w., . '' ]son "and children, Ka ~oon~ " " ! ...... i!2;iie~xsn'~t~nn:t!!ab~e!~lneYtibfn+etaller ones, as ] -" . [ P'+ the institutions, one by one, I~llllllll,llll|l ,I I I land Mr and" " ~ ~'~ +" ~"/ ~ ~'~ll - +~:.~ ll~le. startingw~th' the s [~l][ ] [IMrs Bill'Warburton, Mrs Emma[ ~~_. ~~I l~. " ........... greatly since 1946. That year 702 [[IW[l[[[|[ [ I [[Blacker, John Cole and wife, El-I _ -- - _- - - - : = - - - Washington residents died of tu- II l|llIWII I ~J-A ]eanore Eliason, Mr. and Mrs. Jack[ -~~~ = := -- - - = - berculosis and the annual death lUUllltll[lll I _~--~[Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Clif Davis,[ .... "m~ml~lIR~[~l~~- .~ rate was 34.2 per 100,000. Pro- 1111|$1[21111 t""-_./-_/'~~l~[Doris Marshall, Reno Nordstrom,[ u.l,a ~ nn.n/r_nAl-c ,,,I.k~ "Dn~l,a~ ~" ~-~ visional data for 1952 indicate I]M~[B[H~~~lTillieVanRyMathis, HomerMa-[ m,.hg - uuuuL~, umnL wut. a nuun~ u that the number of tuberculosis "~l~[~|~~~ [this Dan Berry, Johanna Van Ry| " ~ - , d:l~ths~oa~233gnd0~h~0~at~Ihad f ................-'~ [B::d~Yr?USnhBroadl~YdwBaelr~I~:d/ 1_1: I ' " 1 ' rns v i ~ v v v ~- m / factors are responsible for this [ ~"l/f~l~A1] | ]Burns, Myrtle P'erson Bu ,[ , mm marked decline, but undoubtedly / ~L. W ~L. /~ / IDick O'Brien and wife, Vautress[ SEE YOUR NEAREST OLDSMOBILE DEALER ~----------~ the most important single one is [--~'-m~-- ~ m [ [Thompson Pratt, Henry Pratt,[ ~1 - the improved quality of medical | ~ All[i-]l~Jl~ ~ ] [Pearl Robinson, Edna Benns, Le-| ~[[': and hospital care. The advent of 1 ~ ~-- /~' ~ r [ [la Norman (Pinnow), Merle[ - " ~'~ the chemo-therapeutic agents, ]IN.A.WALL FURNACE[ [Thompson Munson, Merrill Mun-I ................ . k{U~ Streptomycin, Para-amino-salicy- ~ ') [son, Keith Muma an~ wife, M ae[ DIgTI m:nk, Mfl rno ~f I.ID T 9. hlVlWDIP gl~ lic acid (P. A. S) and Isoniazid, , ]Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Add]el " |l-ill ,llOVl~ I~l~l 1Vll ll$ .i I Inam l-/mrm plus the vastly improved results ............._ ....... ]Robb, Mrs. Laura Robb Rand,[ " of surgical treatment, have com- WINKI HARI)WAKEI " Ed Gilliland, Mr. and Mrs./ pletely revolutionized the treat. |Thos. Scoles, Bob Scoles, Mrs., ll~ meat of tuberculosis in the last ARLINGTON Ralph, Mr. and Mrs. George M0n-1---- YOUR OLDSMO|ILE DEALER ALSO FEATURES TOP VALUES IM SAFETY-TESTED USED C~"~