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PAGE FOUR THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, AUG. 30, 1951. Arlington i imes Successor to THE HALLER CITY TIMES, Col. :LXIV. Thursday, Aug. 30, 1951. ~'uimcrlption Price $2.50 Per Year; $3.00 Per Year Outside Snoho- na Edstrom and Joyce Turner modeled in the style show. San- mflsh County. Issued every Thursday. Published at Arlington, dra Parsons' trio of chickens, one Vashlngton, by . rooster and two pullets, were THE ARLINGTON PRINTING CO. pra sed four their even coloring J. C. CARPENTER .- FRANK MARSH but she did not win a prize as 3. C. CARPENTER ......... Editor & Mgr. the judges decided the rooster very proud of its showing in the[Rickard's sister and husband, Fair at Marysville. Sandra Par-]Mr- and Mrs. Jim Davis of Can- sons won 3rd for senior mealI by, Ore. They returned to Ore- preparation, Lucille Schroedertgon iMonday. won 3rd for junior clothing. Myr-[ M[s. Melvin Dickenson enter- No. 18 na Edstrom won 8th in junior[ tained her sister,, Mrs. Edward clothing. Lucille Schroeder, Myr-! Hobson of Seattle, Friday and as 2nd Class matter, in the Post Office at Arlington, Wash- was not a true rooster, neither 2m~on, under the act of March 3, 1879. would it ever lay an egg. It will Saturday. They picnicked at Lake Goodwin. Carl Williamson is expected in from Korea September 5th. Carl has been overseas two years, with 13 months of this in Korea. His wife and two chil- dren have been in Japan since Coast. Mrs. Jack Sandy with daugh- ters Jackie and Georgia motored out from Seattle to spend Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Jenkins and Alice. The Jenkins visited grand- mother, Mrs. Anna Lawrence, in Seattle Sunday. Several people from this area attended the Arlington Free Methodist picnic at Forest Park in Everett Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Damaske, Mr. and last March and are returning Mrs. John Luthi, Junior and Eu- Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Lee, De- lores and Jack Lee of Seattle, and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Solver and son Larry of Edmonds were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Damaske Saturclay evening. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bergdahl of Seattle were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Robison Saturday. They were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gutenberg and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Sher- man Sunday. Mrs. Southermark has four 1-month-old registered Siamese vestigate the big wide even that isn't as wrestling one another they get within reach. just plain cute. Your correspondent in hiding since the out last week. I'm Claude Damaske's if I went east of the and caught trout and I told my ent and it came out 2', well I don't knOW. to be safe I'm hiding. be good eating. Her one pullet entry won a blue ribbon and she EDITORIAL received a blue ribbon for large eggs and a red for medium. Much of her canned fruit and vegetables won blue ribbons. Carl Zaretzke of the Wonder TIME TO ACT Workers 4-H received second prize on his registered Jersey It is with pleasure that we learn of plans by school calf. He also won two first and with him. Carl expects to be sta- nice Luthi, Sandra Parsons and kittens and are they handsome, don't tell him tioned somewhere on the West Alice Taylor. They are just beginning to in- reach me. O0000000000000000000000000DO00000000 LS FOR YOUR authorities to take steps to correct the driving habits of one second prize on his chicken entries at the Marysville Fair. Glen Parsons is recovering inlO certain High School boys who drive their own cars to the Arlington hospital from an[ A school. automobile crash early Sunday]g Life and limb of children, and people living in the morning when his car collided A vicinity of the school, are endangered by the reckless-with the rear of a slow mov-[ ing vehicle on Highway 99.1 ness of these youths. It has been only by good fortune Glen's car swerved and went in- w FOR ALL FRYING OR SAL;DS that a serious accident has not occurred. We hope the to the ditch after the crash. He received a broken jaw and se- practice can be stopped before something does happen, vere lacerations of the face. The little game of "chicken" that resulted in two Bryon Parsons, who was in the hospital last week with an dented fenders on the opening day of school should be as yet unknown illness, has suf- ,VGREENWOOD Goldsberry Johnson, corr. Phone 21Fll ficientlyrecovered to returnlA home. [~ Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Preston[~ of Toledo are visiting Vernon's~w HAPPYVALE--CASE (24 cans) 2.37 parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Pres- ton, where they will celebrate Vernon's birthday with a family dinner. This is the first birthday for nine years Vernon has been near enough to spend the day with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. aJck Rickard, O who are occupying Etta Lang's O cottage, were happily surprised W~-IITE KING WASHING POWDER Saturday by a visit from~ Mrs. Miss Joyce Anderson was fete( at a bridal shower given for her by Mrs. Kenneth Johnson Fri- .day, 24th, at the John Amunff- son home. Many of the neigh- the sign that the time is n )e to take steps. guests before Etta returned from an errand. To top off a very tasty lunch the ladies blew out their candles and cut their cakes. They then opened their gifts and passed them around the table for closer inspection. In spite of the temptation they were all re- turned. During the festivities Et- ta received a birthday greeting bors took this opportunity to by long distance from a gentle- make the acquaintance of Miss man friend in Seattle. Purely a Anderson, who is to become Mrs. coincidence as he was not in. Deandor Amundson Septembernfo~med of the Party. Those gath- ~il in Sedro-Woolley. The az-l.ered to wish them many more "tt~mQon wan ~pent in games withl birthday~ were: Mrs. Ira Parsons, prizes for the winning and low-| Mrs. JaCl Rickard, Mrs. John est scores. After the many love- Amunds0n, Mrs. Cecil Preston, ly gifts were opened a delicious Mrs. Tom Almli, Mrs. Oscar Ed- buffet luncheon was served to strom, Mrs. Jess McFarland, Mrs. Dale Steckelberg, Mrs. J. W.I innJ= Johnson, David Estrom, David[HUML FREFZERS Steckelberg, Elaine Dickenson, Terry Johnson. The Top Notch 4-H Club was The Methodist Church --See us today. Arnt O. Quall, pastor Church School, 9:45 a.m. Mrs.--New easy terms. Angel Price, supt. Morning worship, 11 a.m. Sub- ject, The Absolute Essentials to Be a Christian. There will be a combination of pray meeting and Church School board meeting, at the parsonage Arlington Thursday evening, 8 p.m. HENRY MURRAY O ROSEDALE STUFFED O MISSION BRAND --- ALL TYPES---14OZ. 20C The ladies gathered at the Lang Let us prepare for a great home and had places set for 15 Rally Day. ,,, , r, , " , One question on many people's minds these days is how military service may affect themselves or people they know.., their jobs, their family security. People ask us, of course, about what happens to em- ployees of Standard Oil Company of California, All Flavors PUDDING Pkgs. The answer shows what a big company can do. Standard Offers come through this trying period in better financial shape than you might expect: , Elbertas, Rich 30 LB !~ t~%I , in color, selected " " -~ ~ ,, for quality. BOX ~] k Golden Ripe ............ LB. ~r A ~ ~tYakima, Bartletts, 32-LB. ~r~ONo. 1 graded, top quality BOX Yakima LB. Lge. Size Mrs. Joe Young, Mrs. Emilia Za~etzke, Mrs. Herman Koster, Mrs. Philip Widmayer,- Mrs. Wallis Barnett, Mrs. Tom Almli, Mrs. Cecil Preston, Mrs. Ira Par- sons, Miss Etta Lang, Mrs. John Amundson, Mrs. Max Barnett Jack Rickard, Mrs. J. W. Johnson, Mrs. Ed Barnett, Miss Ardell Amundson, Mrs. Kenneth Johnson and the honored guest. A group of ladies surprised Mrs. Melvin Dickenson and Miss Etta Lang Tuesday, 28th, to cel- ebrate their birthdays. Mrs. Dickenson's birthday was Tues- day and Miss Lang's August 15. When Bill leaves, he gets an ex- tra month's pay. Then, Standard sends his family a monthly check to make up the difference be- tween his GI'and Company pay-- up to one-half his regular salary. Let's take for example Bill, average young Standard Oiler. He makes $368 a month, He has Company-paid life insurance ~orth $4,420, a pension plan paid 1tartly by himself, other benefits. Suppoe Bill i called into the armed forces. One problem a man faces then is lower income. But be- cause Bill qualifies as to depend- ents and length of service, he'll be helped by a Standard Plan. This i Standard' "G. I. Policy" for qualified employees called into the Armed Forces. We believe it helps to strengtl~en Company morale, and that of the whole nation as well. Moreover, Bill's Company life immrance remains in force. And the pension plan, which Bill paid for in part while he was working, continues to grow--but now Standard of California pays it all. LB. U. S. No. 2 50-LB. Yakima Gems BOX MARSHMALLOWS -Oz. Fireside 16, . 35 None finer .... SALTED PEANUTS June Rose ~-Oz. 29c Fresh Roasted / PI~. SALAD DRESSING June Rose O Top quality .......... Qt. O~Jjc NALLEY'S GERBER S Qt. When Bill come back, his job is waiting, his benefits are intact. Standard, having big economic re- sources can act to preserve the human resources of the nation... people like Bill and his family. I'd Like to Know... Many people write to Standard asking pertinent questions about the Company. 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