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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASIIINGTON, THURS AY, SEPT. 3, 1953. PAGE TITRE] ,' "llThomsen and family, h [ [ GETCHELL IiHaroldOlson [ SISCOHEIGHTS [ BRYANT [ I Birthday [[ WHITE HORS'E Ebey-LakeRiley Mrs. Willis Hilde, corr. ]i R,,ve W;mri ,..1. I[ Mrs. Willis Hilde, corr. ] Alice Thomsen ]IHolds Meeting [[ Mrs. M. Fleming, [ -Terry Bunten, corr. [ Telephone 2117 [ =-~jo aaaaau~,a [[ Telephone 2117 [ Phone 250W3 [ The Go-between Birthday Club]] corresponding. I Phone 307W2 ! ......... ' Moderate bidding was the key- Remember the bake sale to be ~e~g-~ilrven weo~llng o - r-- ~" I" ~ had their August birthday partY146"Z tudents Sunday dinner guests a week note on two hmber sales heldlheld on Saturday Sept 5, in Ar- e meeunl I Aug. 26 at the home of Mrs. Tom[ ~ =J ago at Mrs. Louise Wallitner's Miss Evelyn Girven of Get-Aug 26 at the Verlot Ranger Sta-[lington. All baked goods shouldv '. -- -- -- I West in honor of Helen Sill's and I 0 ! . ! Ir~- , home were Mr. and Mrs. Carl chell and Rodney Berg of Ever-ition" Monte Cristo District of the lbe at either Lena Herslraws o tttended l Evelyn Fullerton's birthdays.I In ocnool I]ISL Schultz and Mrs. R. De Marce of ett were united, in marriage at! Mt. Baker National Forest ]Liela Steckelberg s home on Fri- .......... IEleven were present, visiting and[ School ~ot under way on Wed Arlington and from Seattle her me central Lumeran church in ........ " -., Idav :met ~'rioay, August z~,Igames were enjoyed by all lunchlnesda., o~,~+ ..... ,. ,,,~+~ .... two daughters and families, Mr. Ev~reV .-.~ ~,,-.~., A,.~. 2 I ~ne Lower thoal creek utow. i ~" Mi~ Mildred a~der~-n w-= mai,~ down Sale No. 3 went to Harold[ . d Mrs. Harold Helgelaz~ ~esentand twovlsltors[was served by Nellie West and[rollment of four hundred and and Mrs. Carl Wester and chil- ~ ............. an Curti euty ~range. ~ne next Lavon'Rengler Ioi,,t,, t~r,~e" c~,~ hundred ~'~d dren Gloria, Sharon and Billie, -- ........... ='~-" B^-- ~-~* T. O]son of Arlington Washmg-[ d s and Mary Curtis o1~ a " " ~" ~ ' .......... - ...... '~ ton Two hundred thirty thousand lG nit attended the horse show and Mrs. Jimmie Eidemiller and hone,,m--n trlr' i'~t" nre,,n I board feet of Western hemlockla Wa er lile on Sunday. ~e~tuivngn~ljl!be2ggtwll~ . . .7..-7"" ..... ]eleven high school students and uL xaunor, ,xuu r~uuvtt erg ueut ' ' ra e man rne newlyweus lelt ior a: t t v ilo..~-~-~; .... c. ....... 1~ ~vir. ann ~lrs: ri. l~. ~laer orlthree hundred and fifty.two grade daughters Nancy and Patty. J .... v .... ~" " a ..... :; o20uL ...... ~ "~-?-s=-o/heattle spent the uay ~aturaaY[Studen s Fr this end of the Sunday guests at the Walter They plan to make their home nd Pacific Silver fir sold for $8.101 Community Club will meet at: v . t . om e.nne tgrange as nonor-lat the home of his mother, MrS, ldistrict two buses are loaded to ~.. w .... ~ ,..~._.~ ~.. ~ .... ~...,...~ i per thousand and 20000 boar(lithe Harold Helgeland home on all.e members. All JU-[A" C. Benson. [capacity, with the Swede Heaven Bunten home were Mrs. Bunten's ........... ~, .............. ~,v~=~,. fee ' sister and brother-in-law, Mr. ] t of Western redcedar sold for]Friday, Sept 11. embers are to be at the " = " w -- $28 90 per thousand Other bid- Miss Lor t Ii ........ o ....~ c. ..... I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Heuvlnglbus carrying, hfty-t o students and Mrs. W. A. Porter, of Mt. Robert ~lbbs who entered the ders in.,_.~ ...... 2: ......... [ e ta Helgeland spent ~.],tiuvu l.~yttOll ~etlpt~llteI from Thursda " ,'~e~t~t~';~.~'~"~[and family of Seattle visited]and the Hazel bus carrying sixty Vernon, and from Everett Mr hospital in Seattle a few weeks of Lak,, t ...... c~ .... . ..... [ y till Monday eve- '"~" .............. t r ................. ~"=" nin with h -" i.. ~: e.? ..... ISunday at the home of Mr andlThere are also four teachers from Bunten's sister, Mrs. Bertha ago, Is reported getting be te . 'st-,~ ,~e ^.]~,~.t.. --,,..- ,,~^..~..-..I g er cousin, Lanny~ uvenltes Will go tO the -~, ~,- -~-,,,.s-,~,,, ou,u~ ~,u,,.,. Cur is i " la' ...... I Mrs Clarence Helmer I down this way Mrs Estep Mrs ~, tor their regular " " , ~ , . Cuthbert, and his niece and her Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Larson of of - li ......... I t , n Snohomlsh. v~u,~ or~v,~n" ,,- ~ronda,, to: ar ngton, anu w. ~. lvlacKleI Eight new members[ The Recreation Center Club will[Campbell, Mrs. S attuck and .husband, Mr. and Mrs. Pete New ..................... ~ of ~'~"''t~ 1~$~J ''~l ' -- ~ ..... -- i~ the 3rd and 4th de-]meet Friday, Sept 4. [Mrs. J~ngles. man. spend a couple days with his _.~.'"" .... '~"-.. ..... [ ~o. ~01s hrnthor nnrl fnm' v d Mrs The upper Coal creek J~lOW- NOTICE TO CREDITOR~ ryant last Friday Bry-] Mrs. Frank McFarland and]Alvin Chilcot-~'~ Mr. Ernest Solberg went fish ................ lb, Mr. an . ~ ~ . .. [ ~..~..~ ~o~., oown ~ale ~o. 2 went to ForestlIn the Superior Court of the Sta~e o~~ ge is sponsoring a booth lVirginia Hull spent two days re-I. H "tal ing Saturday with Fred Ross and or,, ..... ~,, ..... db r Sales, Inc., of Bellingham, Washl Washington, In and for the CouJat;~ o~" llaguamish Grange Fair[cently visiting at the home of]in o.spl ........... Denny King of the Island district Mr. ano ~virs. val Lln o g 1500000 board feet ,e n,, =las I Snohomish. t-end I Mr and Mrs Walter Chard and[ Alvin thnllcote was taken to the They went out from Kayak Point have moved into the house across fir ~.qn ~..~ ~-, =,~ ..... ~. ..... n IIn he Matter of the Estate of JO~=ll ~o u gUI ~o.ov ~71 ttlou~azlu CAPv~Y C~AW'~ r after , ORD also know'~ I~ """ IMrs Emerson at Bellevue Vir.lGeneral Hospital in Everett Sun. and Mr. Solberg was the luckythe road_~., from.FtlehlS pa ents, ,$70,000 board feet of Western[ J. CAGEY CRAWFORD, Deceased.' Idea [ginia went fishing and caught]day, Aug. 23, suffering a severe one, catching two nice salmon, remoa~nng a l ~ .. . ]red cedar sold for $14.00 per[ Notice is hereby given that the tuachll~ New House three fish [heart attacK, tie was stricken in a silver and a blackmouth. Mr. and Mrs. George wlggIns~thousand and 230.000 board feet[stg~ledf~ has been appointed aJaa Ix~ Mrs Carl Nelson and Mrs. Morris Simpkins and chil-/Eve.rett on h!s way homei~om_a Callers at the Walter Bunten and Mr and Mrs Glen Rowley, of We~t,/- ~,~,~]~,~.- ~nn PacificlqUained as admlnistratrlx of Ua, ==-= Wed -- ~ ~" ~ ~ =~ ""*" " "~ =~"' "=--" Kie of Oakland Calif., dren returned home Sunday after].~autornla trip. At tn s... r g ne home Wednesday evening were motored to Belllngham on - Silver fir sold for $450 per thou-[au persons having claims agahast n~t! leation and are visiting]spending a week's vacation atlas much better, out wni oe there Mr and Mrs. Lynn Colby and Mr. nesday to visit relatives Mr. and sand Other bidders included An.ldeceased or ms estate are hereby ~ents Mr. and Mrs.I Keyport visiting her mother andltor two weeks yet. and Mrs Gee. Dalton and daugh- Mrs. Rowley remained, there, aenrte~;"::" _:..%k.._,.=y...,vV~onpr lnoaf.... An~oart~y..:_..~,l required [ quired tObyservelaw.thedulysameverifteain .theon~ lelson.' Carl and Cliffordl friends I .... .-'-----Y"- ter Carol Lynn of Arlington, and Mr. and Mrs. Jonn Larson anu ~ortn racine t-lywooa, inc.,[ undersigned or J. P. Mathews ~nd J~- ~g their father building[ Mr. and Mrs. Lee Atkins and/tteturns m l~lew jersey on Thursday evening Mr. and called on the George Wiggins of Tacoma [eph P. Mathews, Jr., her a~st~ae~y~= ~0use The rafters were ldaughter Gloria and Miss rielent Cornelius Green, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Adolfson and daugh .......... ---------------c------------- , recora~ a~ ~ne address below r,a~el. I1~ rett'v fast Sunday [Underwood left last Thursday onlMrs Ray Green left last Satur- ter Ann of Arlington Heights. mmny on ~unuay night. CARD OF THANKS |file the same with the Clerk of P - ~" ' Clarence and Floyd Berry were [ above-entitled court together [a vacation trip, going to Mt.|day for New Jersey to resume his Conrad Pray of Seattle was a dinner ~mests of Mr andMrs We wish to express our sin.|proof of service, within six months e,-~ the date of first publication of this cere thanks to the many friends[ ~a [Rainier then over the Pass and]duties with the army after spend- Sunday visitor at the W. Pray Walter Bailey on Sunday. _ ....... lice. ann all claims not so served ~a~ ~S Nordby had thelto Spokane and to Idaho to visit/ing a fifteen-day furlough at his home. On Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs A C. Westlund wno gave melr Kindness, sympa-lnled wtthln said time will be barrel e of falling and break.lfriends, coming back by Coulee]home here. E.B. McCabe and Mr. and Mrs. drove to Soa~'Lake and soent thy and beautiful floral offer-[ LOLA A. CR^WFORXX . -- Admtntstra~ lbow August 23rd She]Dam, and fished in the Twisp[ along pretty goo~l but]river, reaching home Sunday eve-[From Minnesota James Wait~ and children visited last week-end, ings during the illness and death[ . " ,, ,, r v wif oth and J- P- MATI-I~ and JO~EP~ ~. Mr. and Mrs. Pray A picture entitled First Step of ou! belo ed ....e, m .er .]MATHmVS, Jr., Attorneys for Adm~ a long time in a sling. [ning.. .... , .... ] Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dunn from Jack Bennet and daughter was shown at the regular church grandmother.--unver t~yle an(l]tratrlx, 315 Olympic Avenue, Arll~tQo, rne Lee AtKlnS aaugnter, Mrs ~.---~- [ ...... [Minnesota are visiting with the Dorothy of Seattle were in the services at the community dhurch Family. Washington. -m ,~enas zeine, ann nusoanaare/w~ements at Fortson Mr Dunn ' ,~, . community Monday looking over ~,,-dav ,~venin= ..... ~ I Date of 1st pub., Aug. 20. 1953. our [leaving this week for Portsmouth,I ~ ~ ~.,th~ .f ~ ~lomont kl ................................ their property near Lake Riley. "~":: -~ -- -- ~'-- ..... No 240~ I Date of last pub Sept 3 1953. lller is back on thelVa, where Mr. Zeine will attend/ __ zwr. ann ~v~rs. armur 5ac~rew ~oricE Tb CRV.mTOaS I ......................... te again after taking a lschool the next six months. [Tak~ Bo~t T-~ip On their way home they called on visited in Arlington with the rn the Superior Court of the state ell Vacation trip through[ Mrs Oscar Williams accompan-] .............. the Walter Buntens. Fred McGrew's on Sunday. Washington in and for the County ofll ~ ~ I Mr. and Mrs. Audral Morela d ...... ..... te _ CA_Lll [d'llll~l~&~ II n a ! states They went tolled her mother, Mrs. Ira Shiner of, memoe~s taKl~g:Aeaoo3~ Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lawson n 8nohomlsh .... - "" - "" ""esle . In ];he ~a~ter oI r~ne ~,sr.a oI ~ l! -~mmll~m i~ mlWllml.m'~'=! then over to Idaho tolEverett, and her sister Mrs Elsie]trip to victor a on .... !y, visited with Mrs. Wenner ~n Mt visited with w~r. ann Mrs. w Y ARVID TILIA~AN Deeeksed. I ~l~l~llli~s ~ i~l~lll=~ ! '%, and on to Chey-[Widener of Tacoma,' to Sedro-l~a:stweeK were k~a~mee~t ~a%~il~vgr, Vernon Sunday Alloway on Friday evening and Notice Is hereby 'given that the un-[[ " | ., Utah, on to Denver, lWoolley Tuesday to visit her sis-lV'f~.u~#, ~'_.~=...'.~'=__"'_,~ ...... " Mr. and Mrs. Byrl Williamson ta .~eo the noW babv bov who has flerslgned has been appointed mad basil I olnea me auoway ~amny f ov J tate o the ab e-naxned decedent; thatll Ll[~..~li.~liOll~ | agh New Mexico, Ari-[ter, Miss Frances Shiner, who is[anu l.vxrs, roll uunn~ir~_~U~orence and children went to Seattle :-.---.':;-"'7-- - "--- ", qualified as adminlstratrix of the es-]] I a$#Ane I :ornia, Oregon and onI a teacher in the Sedro-WoolleY]panymgtnem~wa~Sort~dent of Sunday for a family reunion with Dinner guests at the Herb O1- an persons having claims against said l] ........ [ g camped all the way,[schools. IL,,:.~ ...... t~ ........ Mrs. Williamson's parent~, Mr. o,,~t h,,m,= n, .q-t-rdav were deceased or his estate are hereby re-[[ ,~' . | tJower Hanson, l~Uella anu vlr- required by law, duly verified, on the[I ..... _ | et nd thiS communl y r ty cold at one placel Mr. and Mrs. Jess McFarla ,[ and Mrs. Irving Coates She was L" .......... :'-'.". ~ - .. qulred to serve the same in the form!l .blarl ! rockies where theylMr and Mrs Ross McFarland and[ . . .~_ . very happy to see her brother, gil and Jay Sanborn. undersigned or J. P. Mathews and]| ~,l~]l~r~]~.~l[]lEi]l~]l~ ji~ [ the 12,000 ft. elevation.] Mr: and FrankJhn McFarland[J~elnngnamThmsen'[ ...~.w" ann ~vxrSare worKmanvlslting atiro_m_tne forWhtheCamegatheringfrm St Louis, Me,overniMiSSg htAudrag ueStMrelandof dianneWasHildean a~aafJsephrecrd'file p'theatMathews'samethe withaddressJr"theherbelWclerkattorneysI Istated'of the[ll ~............ .alto |~| called at .......... is a'~ - -- [ ........ rnoon in honorIChllcte home. Mrs Workman ~ Sunday night above-entitled court together with p roofl] W~ll~V'&VlMII~ 11~ t~LY 1' aemm i nomeivtonuaya~te I ......... c. .... ,..v~O~in,~s [ [ Mr and Mrs Art McGrew or service, wlthlnsixmonthsafter me ll I~|1~11~11~ ,'.% I'~/~|~i~ i. Tour of Frank's 75th birthday, the ~u~,=,e= ~=,,=*,= = -,, v~" "' " th ~VIar" D n s at date of first publication of thIs notice I I aLaa ~a ~=-~ ~ ~w= aa~,a* l Mrs. C. F Turnipseed[ Saturday ,Sept 5, the Juvenilel Mr. and Mrs. Leslie WalkerI yICTORIA I callecI on e K U n and all claims not so served and filed[I .... r..~.~ ~,~,,h,~m,~h |i Lakewood Saturday evening within said time will be .barred. ]| .t ~ttt~ut~tt ,J,t~,t~,,txa,t ~! ~t week from a]Grange will meet at the hall at[from Seattle were visitors at the I Mrs. Lynn Danielson, [ Walter Bailey is digging a MABEL E. TILLMAN. hdministratrlx.[[ , |' lao and went over the]10 a.m. to work on their projectlCharles Beck home from Thurs- Well on his place. ~e has gone MATHEWS. Jr.. Attorneys for AdminIs-][ J ....... ' .......... [ Iontana They visited]of cleaning up the grounds. The~]day until Sunday of last week. [ oorresnondent. I ....... J" P' MATHI~'WS and JOSEPH P.II 1C~17 I-JAI I I.~,,H.r I; PSeed's sister at Sand]will have potluck lunch at noon. [ Visitors at the Fern Twilligear Week.end guests at thePete down about 16 ft., but plans to go tratrlx, ~15 Olympic Avenue, Ariington,[I ~ | " ' 1 Washington. ulte a bit farther before he 1 no, also visited the[ Mrs. O. Fosnaugh and Helen/home last Sunday, Aug. 23, were Snartemo home were Rev. and q Date offirstpub'August27 1953. [] |~.~6~ ~m I~ )rg~ Dam and the Al-[and Mrs. Edna Brendemuhl and]Mr, and Mrs. Tom Hutchison and Mrs. Maakestad and son Walter hit water. (>------'------ Date o~la's~p~ub~'."September'10, 1953. ([ ~|::~v~:~=~ [ and daughter Laura, while they dam,;, and did quite a ]toChildrenseattleWereMondayn a pleasure trlP~Mr.[Tacomaand Mrs. Art Melquist, all of visited the neighboring commun- r~:~] V^,= ~'~t~ SELL~~ --- ~IT'--If you ha, re any artlch [[ ~~[s ~m~j~ [i Mr and Mrs Ray Clounce of I / Mrs IHuriel Fleming visited ities before ~eturning to Fair- u~u a~u a~a ~; of furniture not in use, try ~t Vl~I~t?rpaLltnWennere] ~n~e GarStng~ xYR-'eIse f Seat-tie" -was] hSeattle VlSTI-t"e-d-datarywthe ll meet] YU ta dVl~v~rCl:Y2~last ~v'hei~c~ote Bensn] ~i~atlvesl ~-nSe.attle. frm Saturestadbanks'isAlaska'pastorWhere Rev. Maak-Your Income Tax 11 i Wednesday guests at the Harry District Director William E. s were Mr. andg~Irs:~at the hall next Wednesday, 1:30]and 'Melissa returned Sunday, Hansen home were Mr. and Mrs. Frank announced today that In- IT'~ GOOD NEWS! and family of Sam-[p.m. We would like to see more]Aug 23, from a two weekstour of Laverne Ha~asen and children of ternal Revenue Agents in this "-" district h;Vy begun a drive to 1o. ~ of the ladles out as ~e want to [ ' ' /California While there they vis- Nebraska. ay last week Mrs et ever thing figurdd out for the[. " " "nn George Baldwin, Jr., has been cate tax aers who are delin" For there is no difference between the Jew and the Greek: ,. .... -~g Y ..... lted with the Phl,_,.s, who reside nnngnam oroughNbazaar at that time. The laales[in Sacramento The Phipps are released from the Air Force, quent in their requirement to file for the same Lord oxer all is rich unto all that call u,~on s her son Jim and who do not attend the meetings r " former_esldents. down to spend thelare asked to make or donate] o. where he served in California as tax returns The drive at present him. a lieutenant: is being conduct#d.., n .......... In Seatth= ~and;,, For ~bosoever, shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be Ennis' sister Alice]something for the bazaar, i i Joe Bruseth surprised his folks Tacoma but I, uu= ~vu ........ " by arriving home on furlough be extended throughout the State saveu. LAKEWOOD Saturday from Camp Roberts, Calif, and on Tuesday of next Hi ,Jan Apply IU been reading in the pages of your own ~aag- a out outstanding results obtained with CAL- UM NITRATE grass pasture. IT PAYS! can keep your cows on grass pasture longer if use a nitrogen fertilizer that works in cold weath- LCIUM NITRATE. This way you cut s. I~eep your cows on grass pasture longer--- IT WORKS! specialists tell us grass will grow as long ground isn't frozen. VIKING SHIP CAL- NITRATE supplies its nitrogen in the e fi- immediately" available Nitrate form. It doesn't to go through a long conversion process which longer in cold weather, so CALCIUM NI- nitrogen can be used in any weathi r by pasture grasses. Supply a nitrogen grass can year round. Apply VIKING SHIP CAL- NITRATE--h Works ! IT HELPS ACID SOILS! I~aus In every ton of CALCIUM NITRATE-- ;et 400 pounds of water-soluble active Calcium, helps to correct acid s il conditions found in Ion soils. VIKING SHIP CALCIUM NITRATE I4Zill keep your paslure grasses growing longer. Mrs. Hilde, corr. Ph e,ae 2117 for Miss Bjorn Miss Iola Bjorn was hono guest at a personal bridal shower at the First Lutheran Church so- cial parlor at Lakewood on Sat- urday night. Hostesses were the Misses Marilyn Hart, Gayle John- so~, Marilyn Dickerson and Betty Espedal. Miss Bjorn received many lovely gifts of perfume, lingerie, etc. She plans to be married on Sept. 19 to Dick Lor- enzen. School Opens The Lakewood school will open its doors on Wednesday, Sept 2. The teachers held a meeting on Monday at the school Mr. and Mrs. John Hart spent the week-end in Seattle as a house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Hart and attended the Shrine Circus Mrs. Darrell McMillan and sons Buzzy and Ricky attended a tea in Seattle on Thursday, Aug. 27. Mrs. George Rauch entertained the following guests for dinner week he will leave for Camp Gil- mere, N.J., before being sent to the European theatre. Mr. and Mrs. Olander of Arling- ton were Saturday evening call- ers at the Kuhnhausen. home. Little Marvin Flones had his first birthday Saturday and was remembered by his friends and family visiting at his home dur-: ing the afternoon and evening. Del Countryman and sons of St. John brought C. M, Countryman to his home after his having helped in the harvest east of the mountains On Saturday Mr and Mrs. Cliff Countryman and chil- dren arrived to spend a few days with their folks The Walter~ and Mrs. Lauri from Edison were guests at the Gustafson home Sunday. Applications For Deer Permits Due Seattle, August 27---Deer hunt- ers who wish to avail themselves of the special permits for con- trolled hunts of either-sex deer of Washington and Territory of I Alask~. This search for delin. i quents is part of a national pro- gram instituted by U. S. Commis- sioner of Internal Revenue T. Coleman Andrews }low then shall they call on him in whom they have not be- lieve in him of whom they have not heard? and how shall they hear without a preacher? Romans 10:12-14 O In Arlington - Phone 1344 KILLOUGH CLEANERS for ALTERATIONS easily, quickly and correctly. ~asy filing is designed right into OREGON Chipper Chain's famous Fast-File Tooth, ond hard-chromlng makes only minimum filing necessary. For more time on the lob, for less frequent ond easier' filing, Dollar Go Further! Low Initial Cost finest low-priced washer. Easy terms-- liberal trade-in. Come in today for demonstration. 1/~ ~5 \BE,\SURE SEE THE have until 4 p.m. September 10 Sunday, Mrs. John Peterson of to get their applications in to the Monroe, Harold Peterson of Ben- State Game Department at 509 put OREGON Chipper Chain on ~our ton and Mrs. L6ttie Alstrom. Fairview Avenue North, Seattle 9, ~=w. Mr and Mrs Walter Erlckson, cordln to r d r su t " .. ac " g a emin e is ed a YOUR CHAIN SAW Mrs Pat Lucken, Mrs Amelia tat S e Game headquarters. DEALER HAS ITI Hasko and Mr and Mrs Wm n flhn,, ~i'~ I "" ~, an application for a Hasko spent Sunday at Verlot controlled 1 : hunt permit, the app i- Mrs Ameha Haiku ]s leawng " ~ cant must use the form attached ORGON for. Birch Bay and Custer to visit _t- ........... th~ U,,nti,~,...~, -~......"~-'~'t ",.~.,~.~......~..h $1~ C[l~ill .111. ~ ~ I friends for a week or so tama " ble at all hunting license law~ams~mmsn us= m= Mr" and Mrs Dick Cardinal are ~e ......... .... -~ [] . u a~ers WithOUt charge parents of a new baby boy, oorn .^ All of the controlled hunt areas in a Seattle hospital on Aug. z~. ~ .... th .... , o;n~ ,,~ +,,,~ r~ ~~- %-~ The Drcas Sewing Circle met ~L'" ~'"%'?~'~on cauc~ wztn many .............. areas open" ~~~.. ] with Mrs Emma Thompson ' " " m in Western Washington for hunt- Tuesday afternoon ~ mrge nu - . " " .... at lag of either-sex deer without a See the Thrilling ~:nrdZfmemDers ann visitors "permit being necessary. This . e.. u. , ~ - " d year 2,350 permits are available Grandstand Show 1~lrs donn t~ecty, accompanle ~ - ,. . -" ..... d to hunters Tor the October 25 to by Mrs carl Lewls returne ........... Eveey CltiW _ . ........trom" " t~eacn"-, canI,'~'......... " alWnereofttne~zv ..... seasonuctooer, ana25m,uUOto NovemberPermlts ror8,= { should m yislt Interesting mey attencxea the tuner ......... ~[ .......... vin-i season vuu inzormauon on nunt- I 1 I the Displays & Exhibits their sister-in-law, _~rs lr g a " " " ET ~ ' .. _ " ling reas ann arawin~,s ior the ll ~eQv "::" - ...... lor -icI permits is contained in the 1952 I FA I R L.ugh on the Fairway ~vtr. anct ztrs, r toya t~ay P "lh, ntin ..... ~* II nicked at Lake Roesiger on ~':'r ~ K .... ~" ..... " . . I Sunda, r om tne experience o~ past 1 , "- :: .......... "-~ ^hil [years it has been found that ap-I| ; ' Besurefo ivlrs ~eennetn ~aylo,- ~t[tu t: - ' ,. -r r tur - h me from Blaine'Prximately one half of the per-il *'"~'~'/;~q/4~-~'~- bring yours Come Early.Stay Late o en e neu o .... ............ ~---e to ~,et[mlt holders bag thelr deer, from[| UJt OUlLU~tY Ill.ILL, lit tllll ~ --i -- "" -- -- -- II ..~.;,.~..~.. ,.....~....., lwn cn It may oe estimateu tnatIR the .......................... Simplity Your Mr. and Mrs D Gemmer andlaDut {5,500 deer will be harvest-I| ~.~. ~.~.~,~n ~. ~r,~ Lakeled under the controlled hunt sys-I| an~l"'t~pl~rata'on Aug:~2~,where tern in 1953. With field reports[| Concrete Jobs they spent the week-end visiting !ndicating an abundance of deer[| I I" "{G GRANDSTAND SHOW Recsrv. Your G='nd,i~nd Se*~ No.I friends and relatives In many areas, this years aeerll Mr ~and Mrs Bert" Scott me-[harvest may well top all previous[| Cut the time-taking task I a.~.~ ,..,, ~r ,t~ .m~e~** ,rod ..~tn~ O,~d~l She,*, wu! tored to Marblemount with Mr.{ records. I1 mixing concrete out of li * ~'h~,'~ If yeu will fill o~ t~ ~11~1 aad me., with dmck o m~l~ and Mrs. Hal Norrie and children l ~o---------~----. II your construction sched- I WESTERN WASHINGTON FAIR ASSOCIATION~ Puy~llup, Wal~ of Everett on Thursday after- . CARD OF THANKS [I noon, where they visited Mr. and{ With deepest gratitude, we ex-I| ule. Let us mix to your |I {le~,v- @m.dst*.d f~, ot $I.$0 |ed~ Is| Ten. Mrs Max Scott and family. . tend this word of thanks for theI1 order and deliver. I Am'evm EnclaNd $ Friday afternoon callers at th~ many kind acts of sympathy, ex-[I home of Mrs. Otto Bjorn were pressed by thoughtful friends, in[| Phone 1621 { D.y and Date e/' Wesk Mrs. Mima Coffelt, Maude Ver- our recent bereavement, in the[I \ ; 0 Phm~ Held T{~kets r] ~ A~N~ Show ] ....... i~ hall, Lola Kinnamon, Beverly loss of our Father. These kind-[, Arlington i o,,--..,,,,-- ~.,.-,.,- Potts, Mrs. Joe Pecnik and Mrs. nesses have meant much to us.-[I ! NAMW i M. E. Tate. Mrs. John Lewis, Walter Robin-]| SAND & | i Aooms~~-~ o son, John Robinson, David Rob-II GRAVEL ~ Use Times Classlf~ed Ads -- inson, Robert Robinson, Glenn{| 1 Din., ~ ~1~ ~ ~t W,~ w,~i~ ~=~ .m $=~. 19 ~ s.~. ~. I ~ Cilia, or ~y O*~11, ~dl Out te ~ W~hw~ Wel~klllm ~*ir A. m, - t'fective, economical. Robinson. m f i m 1 ............... " ...............