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qPAflE SIX THE AR[,INGT()N TIMLS. ARLI, (, ON, " ' " " AS[iLK GT()X, THURSDAY, A 27, 1!)53. By Stella Bob Damaske Goes to Japan Mr. and Mrs. Claude Damask received word that their son, Bob, was recently shipped out to Ja- pan, having been transferred tram the Navy Medic.al Corps to the Marine Medical Corp. He and his wife were living at Gulfport, Miss., where he was stationed. Bob's folks are disappointed not to be seeing them in October as :Bob was promised a month's leave then. This move to Japan was quite unexpected and only three days given him for prepar- ation. They figure, because of the prisoner's exchange, more medi- cal aid is needed. His wife, for the present, is staying with her folks in Minnesota. Youngsters Win Many Blue Ribbons "o The Snohomish County 4-H at Marysville has come and gone. Fram this community Carl and Gene Zaretzke did themselves proud by winning seven and eight blue ribbons respectively besides some red ones. The blue winners consis}ed of various veg- etables, chickens, and a goat. I.~eila Steckelberg took an active part in helping with tho Fair by pie.king up and delivering ex- hibits from her club and Sandra Parsons' club, also taking the glrIs on Friday. She put in a great deal of time, working all four days at the Fair besides sev- eral evenings. The Fashion Show Saturday evening had a special interest this year. It featured the costumes of a hundred years ~g~---anyway, those of the gay Nineties--- in connection with the Centennial celebrations. Sandra Parsons, from the Burn, modeled one of these, her flowing, floor- length skirt, fitted black bodice, cape, and tiny, tied on bonnet- hat having once been worn by Mrs. Gus Lang. The flapper style of the Twenties was also shown. Sandra also brought home sev- eral ribbons varying in color from blue to white.[._____ Itm~nlight Trip . -. Over Mrs. and Bac~ Sunday evening Laura and Ce- il Preston and Stella Parsons had an unexpected pleasure trip. Laura and Stella had gone to the picnic at Kyak Point with Dale and Leila Steckelberg. Re- turning home with them they were asked if they wouldn't like 'to go with them, the Steckel- t~ergs, to Lake Wenatchee to get David, who was visiting his grandparents, the Hugh Putnams. Needless to say they accepted, so, ~fter picking up Cecil, they left here at six. A stop was made near ~tartup where Cecil treated the bunch to mountain.size ice cream ,cones. Along the way a deer dart- ;~ halfway across the highway. One more leap would have lhnd- ed her directly in front of Dale's ~tr with no time for him to stop 1but, luckily, she turned and went " back. They reached the Putnam's plaoe at 8:35, spending an enjoy- ~able evening with them 'til mid- night. On the .way home it was moonlight and beautiful--this ~lme a coyote was seen crossing the road. The party arrived home in plenty of time for Dale to get same sleep before taking off for work at seven. Camping out was enjoyable for the Damaskes over the week-end SILVANA Mrs. Irene Vognild, correspondent. alem Lutheran Ladies' Aid The Salem Lutheran Ladies Aid will meet next Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 2nd. at 2 o'clock, in the Memorial Hall. Mesdames Leonard Ottem and Carston Lar. sen will be the hostesses and the3" extend a cordial invitation to air members and friends to attend. The Sons oI Norway and the Daughters of Norway will hold their regular business meetings on Tuesday evening, September 1st, at 8:15 promptly, in Viking Hall. All members are requested to be present as there will be im- portant items of business. Re- freshments will be served and a To Discuss Fall Wage Demands A discussion on fall wage de- mands for CIO Woodworkers in western Washington has been arranged by Western Washington District Council No. 23, IWA, and the Douglas fir timber employers in Seattle on August 27, for the first major conference on fall wage negotiations. Employer representative Wal- ter A. Durham, Jr., manager of the Lumbermen's industrial rela- tions committee of Portland and Seattle, stated that no specific wage figures have been named by either unions or employers. President J. E. Fadling of the dis- the five-week-old employees represented Local 13-433 against L. Smith Lumber Canby, Cal. and a of 180 employees Local 13.28 against ster & Johnson at Only major spray ments yet to be cific Northwest are strikes against the St. Tacoma L u m b e r against the Shelton the Simpson Logging and four booming companies at Olympia. wage strikes, which peak of 15 companies early part of August, settled without a wa except two cases: one t'rict council office at Olympia sawmil1 was liquidated, told reporters several days ago that the union would demand a i where the employees social hour will follow. 12~c wage increase, except in yarding union picket .Mr/, and~ Mrs~l Ottn,M~keleS:tn" ROCK REVLTMENT is bemg pmceu on ~ne river 0auk at the Norman Sneve place, near Sil- the operations of the Weyerhaeu- Total number oI: IWA a,,~ .~ ?/,;~,~,. .... ~, ';'~)'~ ~,~ " rand. The bank was first sloped and then the rock put in place. Several places on the river near ser Timber Company and one or renewed without a Sp' He ws][eo With lvir aria Mrs Jonn .-. ...... _ .. " .~ Silvana are included in the job which is being~lone under cirection of U. S. Corps of Army Engi- two other cases where a 5c wage locrease, accorumg to lwmKeisen an(] mr. and iwrs. uar-ricers Times Photo ' increase was granted during the figures, nownumber 1 start Larson on Tuesday. __: .... -- ............... _ ......... _.____.____L~ recently concluded spring nego-[nal~ oI l~,~l~ eml~ oy.~ .The Family Night Socials of i, ,,~, Civil aircraft in 1952 sprayed i There are 660,700 refrigerators tiations, semea by aa mcai m~ Zmn Lutheran Church will re - " ...... un New Law Uianges ,five million acres in Washington, loperating in Washington, and The most recent settlements --------------o-- ----- sume me montmy meetmgs ~ - IOre'-on Montn~ ~-d ..... [ ....... extending CIO lumber contractst RUBBER $3 ~M] .... ,,- - ~ ~ ~ ~. m~.u. amy ~uu Iu~ure vacuum cmaners without a wage increase ended ARLINGTON PTG. CO., day evening, Sept. 6th, at 8 p.m. ~|,~e ~nw V~['e ~ ' ' " " A fine program will be given, a~ua,,,o ava ----,~o Miss Ruth Myrwang, who is working at First ~National Bank in Seattle during vacation, visit- ed at home over the week-end. She also sang at services in Zion Lutheran Church Sunday morn- ing. She will return to Pacific Lu- theran College about the middle of September. Mrs. Thomas Stung, sister-in- law of Mrs. J. H. Myrwang, visit- ed friends in Vancouver, B.C., last Monday. Mrs. George Grimm entertained the Island Sewing Circle at her home last Tuesday afternoon. Fourteen ladies including seven members and seven visitors en- joyed a busy afternoon, at the close of which a delicious dessert was served by the hostess. Last Wednesday evening, the birthdays of Lou and Bill Knut- sen were observed at the home of the former. A jolly evening of conversation was enjoyed, which was followed by a delicious no host lunch. Those enjoying the affair were Messrs. and Mes- dames J. B. Knutsen, Sr., J. B. Knutsen, Jr., and three children Johnny. Dicky and E. L. Madsen, Jarl Sesby, Skippy, Judyann and Sandra, Ralph Knutsen, Howard Vognild, Mrs. Billy Knutsen and son Mike, Mrs. W. S. Knutsen apd the honored guests, Lou and Bill. The honored guests received many gifts. Mrs. Paul McCann entertained in honor of the 7th birthday of her grandson, Kenneth McCann- less, last Friday afternoon. Gamcs were~ enjoyed by the youngsters and a delicious lunch was served by the hostess. Kenny was again honored in the eve- ning when his grandmother baked a special cake in his honor iDental Care Clown Brand 1 ~-Oz. Presumption of service-connec- DROM :' 'ARYt, L) ---TJ/HIT"~ CoIored ........ ll ~L]~ Pkg. tion for dental conditions which appear within a year after dis- charge or separation ,from ser- cAKE MIX Post Sugared with free lollypop ........................................ Pkg. vice has been eliminated and new eligibility requirements for or DEVIL'S FOOD Alber's 2~/2-Lb. out-patient dental care for vet- erans have been set up under Public Law 149, 83rd Congress, the Veterans Administration has announced. The new law authorized outpa- tient dental care for three types of cases, providing applications are filed within one year of the enactment of the law, which was signed by the President last month. Eligibility must be established under one or more of the follow- ing three classes: 1. Veterans having service- connected compensable dental conditions or disabilities, which ORANGE SLICES means they must be rated 10 per cent or more disabling. 2. Veterans having service- connected noncompensable den- "- tal conditions or disabilities where the dental condition or[ pEACHES disability is shown to have exist-[ ed at time of discharge, t LIBBY'S FREESTONE 3. Veterans having a dentall 1~_~_~0, ~I/2 calls 4.15 condition, whether or not service- connected, but medically deter- TOWELS mined to be aggravating a ser- vice.connected physical disabil- ity or injury. i Veterans who qualify for treat- cent under these conditions may be referred either on a fee basis to "home town" participating dentists or to VA dental clinics. O Houses ot Wood Prepared .............. Box Pints Freeztez ................ Qarts Westinghouse 40 or 50 watt ............................................ Salad Dressing Town Talk Whole Peeled S Kulshsn Fancy Nalley's .......... ................ 12 cans 3.35 Kulshan Cut ................................ Sieved .......................................................................... Libby's and served it to the group at-:_ _ ,,. ,.., ,, tending the Daughters of Norway ~[and U]II W~|| Drill Team picnic at Leonard's, ...... r .... Park, Lake Goodwin. Kenny is[|n A~It~;~ T~e~e visiting his grandparents this,aaa a~a~vaaa~. ***..o~ summer and his home is in San Diego, Calif. 0 Everett Civic Music Association elation, will present attractions of world renown during the 1953- 54 season, and to underwrite the series is now soliciting annual ~eason memberships, which are $6.50 for adults and $3.25 for stu- dents, including tax. Washington, D. C. -- What are the chances of your house surviv- ing an atomic blast? Pretty good, according to the National Lumber Manufacturers Association, if it's a wood house and if it's located away from the immediate target area. How far away it should be would depend on the size of the atomic blast. on how well the wood house was constructed, and on a number of other factors. . New informat,ion about the re- sistance of wood houses to an atomic blast is contained in a report just published by the Na- tional Lumber Manufacturers As. New Giant Size~ TISSUE poNDS CLE NSINC 300 29c DOG FOOD Centennial's Silk-Sifted 251 235 501 4.25 K'itchenQueen 10 " 89c Mission Brand -Oz. -Oz. 14 21c 24 Mission Brand "Oz. 8 21c .o.. 16 pkg. Book ............................................................ Pkgs.. Friskies Special with~'~.Lb. your coupon from Everett Herald 2", Box but fishing wasn't good, They, Three of the attractior~s are: sociation. The report, written by accompanied by her folks, Mr. Grand Opera, Oct. 16th--Puc- NLMA's Technical Director Rich- C NNE ES Johnson's A D FNISKI " and Mrs. Geo. Lee, went Friday cini s 'La Boheme" with Bidu ard G. Kimbell and John Fies, Hard Gloss ............ PT. 65c QT. 1.10 1/2 GAL. 1.75 GAL.. evening to Buck Creek, about Sayao as "Mimi." Supported by NLMA's Pacific Coast building Twenty-five miles east of Dar- a company of eighty members, codes consultant, appraises the .~'~ 16-Oz. ~')~']~ ' So easy f)d~i~ rington, where they pitched camp Orchestra, gorgeous costumes results o~an atomic test conduct- O Cans ~.~ - - and stayed til Sunday morning, ana scenery, ed last March on two typ'ica} ,dquid Detergent .......................... to use .................. ~.~ and The Community Club picnic Famous Longine Symphonette. wood houses in the Nevada des- ~ ~ Toilet 3 reg. bars 23c TV 3 r which was held at Kyak Point Instrumentalists with Mishel Pi- ert. Kimbell and Fies were pres- was fully enjoyed. The weather astro conducting, ent as observers at the test.! ~ Soap 3 bath bars 32c 1.#ll' 1.Nl_ 3 b was perfect even though the The American Piano Trio Inter- -------------o [~[~~~mm=--.,-- ~.!~'~ Detergent Washing Powder Gitmt morning looked like rain Food nationally known, Three Grand FOR S~E---Five shares Arling- P .~t~l.~ with Free Cannon Towel " Pkg was plentiful--not to mention the: Piano Ensemble. ton Lumber & Plywood stockl i SYRU ~ .................................... " unlimited supply (and demand) Balance of program to be an- for cash or terms. C. E. Grove.I of coffee' nounced later. 65 26th W., Eugene, Ore I NY tiM'S 4 Large Sunday eveninhg ~r~lle~erat thhe ~~ [ sUN . Detergent Washing Powder .......... : ............................. ,Gilbert Makus o e " Im m n ~= = I | in Decanter Bottle brother, Art and family of Se- ][l"'~r~][~"" '""h "'~t~Mr. and Mrs. Fenn ~ " 11 ,~.I~' [ ~ ~~- e 31 .Oz. " ~ " " er rllULVUllUll/ll1~UILIIU UI ~ attle, also Larq . ~C ~ - " and children of Lake Stevens. A A " ~ -- ~ ' | ecanter ~" The evenmg was spent playing cards " atetyuampatgn ,,s cae01 Upens ' | I o on antam were Mr and Mrs I"Schools' Open--Please" Drive" " -- L /I I ] 1o Sugar Cured . day afternoon " ' h me f __.~l~annoth ......... Zaretzke of Everett.lCarefully --]:hats the tew h )[ .-- , . _ ~,, )/ ,' - ,' ,~..~.a.t~ . . . DOZ. -x~'CII !U D|r~|r~ Monday evenin~ Mr. and Mrs.{.the Automobile. Club of as -[[ r ~][~~ ~ [/ Leonard~ Zaretzke and Mr.. and lngton's campaign for safety, at / ~,~ Molvin Christianson were]school pedestrian crossings [ ~FN[IUI D [i " BEETS [ Heavy Meated [ ] r KdUO .. LB. u":.'~'ro'm~:veret-t Ithroughout the state this year, I ~l~l~zzW V- _ I' ROYAL CHEF CUT [ ~r~|~%r w I i:- -u~,,,,~,=.~..e~,,.__~.,o,,,~ - "'" : ...... ]according to an announcement][--.henI, 2Do,en [ GN BEB :;:::rnl ug ' caVa'lable.ng[ at all Auto i .... SPUDS...- 79c " .... V in The Aut Club campaign is ~ ~ [ 1[Skinless ~?t~tor~h~f?nftrieS~ndaYh/ ~,n W.l aimed at an accident.free year at Snow Whit~ .~..v [ " l[ Wnn,'n~'0e _ . " "[sehool crossings throughout thet i i ~ iim i iaii i[ ii!ii , wm Cauhflower.. ach19c J]~ ~l ~.~-~ LB ] [: [Green ] ||[|[|L,I|O.s s l! Shorteni+ g I prPPERS..., 15c [ . ,,, ; .... ,,*. till ~,,,a ~r,-i "Pael [ While police and School Safe- [ |,~|-E;~WlI|V :t ~ I i I ......-.,.o... ,b. ~o~ I I Pork . _. ;--." ....... : .. d Ity Patrol members provide eye -U I i. .... I wn tnCKmSOn and zamny atten - ~., .~. ..... am,~. ~t,,.a~., eve [ lent protectmn at hazardous eor-] *--"-- -- --- "~'~'-- l ~i'ng, August "1~, of thei; niece,[ en:rSnofea~e Sehu]r~ed?,~1 ~f[;:~I to accompany them on the firsl I ES 26" 1.98 LB. Miss Helen Hodson of Seattle.i ......... ~ '. ~ ":lday and select the safest route. " m n took salo.iVlOtOrl~tS must assume ,, I The marrmge cere o y [oaa~,a ...... ~P'i"*" " '*~" *'~" r" ] Such a route should take to l~ rch or etown ,~uu=~, ,=a~,,,,,o u ,ty w,t,, .,= =" acco r " place m a chu in Ge g '[opening of schools, and use ut I unt the carrie s where pohce the receptionbeing at Angel[m..ocau~ioni ..... ~.~. .... ,.,," ] officers or Safety Patrol members ~ ~ ' -[ -- " ---~~ Place Hall. The Dickinsons re-|~ "~ . % .... %? ..... ',~ .... "tare stationed, where there are Qren are golng tO and Irorn class ! turned home the following day. [r ...... "]traffic signals and stop signs to O THIS WEEK'S IF ~~ MI:? and Mrs. Ed Almli and son[ V,~h'e'Au+.. Cl..b ..**:~:.... luted ~permit safe crossing, andwhere [ [ ~ [L~JI~?! Ronny enjoyed their week-end[ .... +,.~+ ~...~_~.~.~'.~y,, ~...[there are the fewest number of O trzp to Centraha, where they "[at+endin- seh"ol f^" *~" *i~t *ira"|crners' Gregory said. ited Mr. and Mrs. Howard Grau-[..,~ . ;]l~ .,^+"r,,,l~"~,~r~**~[ Gregory emphasized the r/eed, O JACKPOT WINNER: d "n with .............................. Cg ]NA SHEPPARD [ ~~-----~ man. They ma e frze ds ]~ .... a~ ,h.~,, eac,~ u.. ~,.,a -~r [for careful drzvzng zn school area. ~ t.~ .- these people when they used to]'"~2'~'2 ~ =: L' =" L"= 2 .... u,~ :|and noted that much of the ents o~ youngsters smrung scnom live at Tacoma and Ed was sta-[ ...... [bright future of the Pacific North. --~ tioned at MeChord Field. Monday[ Sunday evening the Tom Alm-]west is wrapped up in the ability O " ] Prices effective at Arlington on August 28 and 29.--Every item unconditionally evening Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Aim-] lis took Mr. and Mrs. Ray Putnam l of its youth. li of McMurray and Mr. and Mrs.[home from the Kyak picnic, then[ H@ said that the exuberance O R. 4; Arlington ~ n sale~ to dealers." We reserve the fight t.o limit. Tom Almli of Burn Hill called at[later took them to see the Oscarlof youngsters seldom takes cog-,IV~WWWWWWWW~WW~WWW ~IP'-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- ' " " " " " " -- " " the Ed Almli's. /A]mlis at McMurray. 'nizance of wise safety practices. 4~