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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, TttURSI)AY, AUG. 30, 1951. PAGE THREE Mrs. Hap Tour Mrs. C. G. Hage re- week from a 10- I-r~ile auto tour that to the northeastern United States and to Quebec, on the Gulf Lawrence. east to St. Paul, joined Mr. Hage's wife. They went to to Quebec and French-Canadian 0rt east to Cape Gasp through New Bruns- the New England many historical reports traveling from Boston same being a four. with a green strip between south bound lanes. are toll stations intervals, it costing every 50 miles. There roads only at certain says, and driving comparitively safe. enthusiastic about Turnpike, a limited access toll about lc per same. Willis Hilde, )ondent. Demonstratior was well attended Park on Sunday, Sewing Club hall, Wednesday, were made for asbord to be held Mrs. Orrin Under- spent Sunday Island. I 0hnston of Everett two weeks with Mr. W. Vanasche. spent the week- where she entered at the fair in folks of the Get- and the Mission on a hay- after which served at the reached home for a two He is stationed Cecil Clapp vis- Clapp's mother, in Startup, returned home a-f.te~ ~'deJ,'~ ~- the Air Force. George Wiggins Blakely Satur- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lakey of Nampa, Idaho, Coleman of are visiting at home. Heights SUnday picnic at Leon- Walter Bailey of Mrs. Arlington Sat- and Tammie Con- last week Sam Dockn- Bill Hart and [e Sunday home. ! FRUIT COMMISSION ,q @ ELECTRICALLY OPERATED FARM MACHINERY Barn Hoists Separators * Milking Machines ECONOMICAL, EFFICIENT PUMPING WITH ELECTRICITY With our low power rates you can well afford to have an adequate water supply at your finger tips for a multitude of uses, such as irrigation, dairy and poultry watering, for household uses and fire protection. use WATER ON THE LAND WHEN YOU NEED IT. You can double your crops of hay, alfalfa, corn, berries, fruits, vegetables and last, but not least, increase dairy and poultry production with electrically powered irrigation. /MODERN LIGHTING. Nothing makes a home cheerful as much as adequate electric lighting. It also conserves your eyesight and health. The cost is small. /MODERN APPLIANCES. You can't live comfortably without your electric range, refrigerator, water heater, washing machine, flat- iron, vacuum cleaner, toaster, percolator, radio and other electric appliances. RADIO AND TELEVISION. Radio and television bring the events of the world right into your living room day and night for the most complete form of entertainment. WATER HEATING. A good supply of just-right hot water avail- able instantly by automatic, electric water heating day and night, every day in the year. @ jJ MODERN COOKING. A snack feast cooked in cool or a a kitchen on a clean, white electric range with a minimum of fuss and work is the modern Way to do your cooking. MODERN WATER SUPPLY. With your electric pump and with the twist of the tap you have life-giving water for you, your family, your crops, your cattle and fire protection. @ SEP. 10 8 p.m. L IT at STORE Ave. k Check, stamped ~,.'- .., to Snohomish "~ x Box 717, EV- .;;~" .~ ~"'~ ./