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No. 20 Arlington, Wash., Thursday, Sept. 10, 19,5.!I. 'm Consolidated with Arlington Chronicle April 3,"191 . reen State Fair, at! ned Wednes-i the big attraction Week-end, as it will put final program Sunday morning the mer. Demonstration by t h e Snohomish County Dem- onstration Club Many Visitors At Conference At Gospel Hall The annual conference of the Gospel Hall, which started in FridaT Evening, Sept. IF 7:00---Music by Monroe High School Band, Paul J. Ben. nett, Director 1912, and is held over the Labor Day holiday, has grown each year to such proportions that this year the accommodations at the local church were taxed to capac- Donald Donner Arrives Home Wednesday Night sponsored by the of Monroe, will be at 11:30 and featur- s bands, marching horse drill teams comic units, and a lde division. Line direction of Thomas tn, Monroe's eleventh 'ert is expected to at- ,Us ands of spectators Northwest as it has in rs~[ay evening the Ar- gl7 S'chool Band, direct- J. Larsen will play at There wi'll be a hPr ~aring Horse S o Lell Stafford, acrobat; ula Dances by Jean Novelle and his Blue ledians; Dance and ow by Paul Owsley; LCing Show by Jim 'hree-Piece Hill-Billy Female Impersona- rb Woolley; Musical Show by Robert F. z, Saturday and Sun- as are to be as fol- '-11 )mi h County Day-- all the Towns and 7:10--Horse Show Drills ity, about 400 people attenaing, 7:20---Gaynell Stafford, Acrobat fellowship members coming from 7:30--Tap and Hula-Hula dance British Columbia, Alberta, Toron- shows by Jean Lynch to, Ont., Philadelphia, and as far 7:40---Joe Novelle and his Blue south as San Diego, Calif. Ribbon Comedians ........ c Besides the local hotels, accom- ~:ou--.~anee an.a Juggling snow modations were found for many .. ^^ oy r.aui uwm.ey - ~ of the visitors in private homes, ~:uu--tiano Balancing snow By ~nrt M~ ~,~t,~ ~,~n ~ ,,,h,, Jim Williams .............. -''~ ............. ................ ]had charge of fading rooms for b:u---~iriece rnU-Bllly Bang !the visitors, states that he was ~now ....... i pleased with the response by lo- b:zo---~emaie .Impersonal onSleal people to furnish rooms for oy rieroy wooley i ma--- ^~ ~- ..... *~ ........ - -- W i ll.y I,)1. tIl~" ~tU~L~. b:~O--NIUSICal rantomzme saG, b" Robert F To-]or I Meals were furnished in the .,..,,.,.,..,~,*, -,~,-~Y ...~...~o.-~ 12 ~ ]newly equipped kitchen and din- T4n,~n~i,~, Everett and aD nf Sno-[ing room in the edifice at the cor- ....... ~" ' -" er" "" ice her of McLeod and Third street homish County (und ausp" s] of the Everett Chamber of l ~-~-~-o. 1000 am -- Livestock Judging[lVllnlsterlall"" ... , roupCommerce) G "Contest in, 0 '11~ 10:30-1:30--Home Demonstration ]10 ;~urvev Iowa Club gives Home Ec Dem- " . [ The Arh~gton Mlnlstrelal As- .... Gas trot ion .......... [sociation which includes the pas- l& :UU----kJIU~2"kJDI/.3 ~DIIY~551 l-2~k-~2~L2J~, .......... tots of the following churches, Gown the Main btreet oi o " ..... h Assembly f God, Congregation- lwonroe ~sponsorea Dy t e ..... al, Lutheran Free Methodist and businessmen oI vlonroe~ Methodi t ~' ........ ....... arnival s uecloea at its beptem- 12'00 Noon--visit The 2 ber mee'in - - " ..... h t g to make a eommun- Grounas, t;avaicaae ox t e it- surv "-" ... . y ey or canvass ThiS can- west .... vass will begin Sunday after- 100.130 -- Entertainment in noon .......... ~ ..... ovies ~ept zorn ~:acn cnurcn l ecreation tern, lw ' will be res" on il l " " 4-H acHvities p s e mr a secuon i SCHOOL ACTIVITIES are again occupying th~era~er2:i~2?fo;he district. Above, students leave the High School hYo~Ursge;ter~ flth:photo.Arlingtn It was a heartwarming scene at the Frank Donner home, on R. 5, Arlington Wednesday night about 10:30, when Cpl. Donald Donner came home to the wel- coming arms of his parents and sisters, after an absence of five years; three of which were spent as a prisoner of war in a camp on the far Yalu river. Donald 23 is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Donner. He arrived in San Francisco Wednesday morn- ling, on the transport Gen. Polk, [where he was met by his mother. ]Mrs. Donner left here Tuesday [afternoon on the 3:45 bus, & [group of women from the Veter- [arts of Foreign Wars Auxiliary [and the American Legion Atixil- [iary being present to see her off [on the bus. [ Traveling by plane to San [Francisco, Mrs. Donner was on [hand to meet her son as he came [off the transport. They returned [to Seattle by plane and were met [at the airport by Mr. and Mrs. [E. Du Bois, of Edmonds, and [Mrs. Virgil Bailey, of Youngs- [ville, Pa., who arrived just in ]time to meet her mother and [brother, and to surprise the oth- ~er members of the family. The [two ladies are sisters of CpL ' Donner. " b Everett of town and the surrounding ........... of South Snoho- 1:10--Balm Ivlusic y ................... .......... a-" a*ea. It wm oe slrlctly Ior in- __wnen mepart.y arrlvea no.n~ "" ' " ' " " ' "' " " ftheHen" ~;;Y~i~:~~~- :tfW~i}:ii~rah~t:nicDn~g : :2~~!!n~i~l!: ~l~?~:it:e?::~!~:fulf~a~ HThelc9h~olVs::fli!b[1A2mg~n lt::tt~:s~s2a:::u~id: :eneb~r,dA#:thetol~her722'hiGserdledo Home Economics Ribbon Comedians . . lllYs~gld nwbPlra2f ~eh~Vei~; ~iiel~d bFerig2y nigPt, Ye;:eHt~l~~lk, and handles the kicking chores:' !lne with his defensive" work. are now in Japan. Both saw set'-" tstrations by the l:40---ContinueG t~oaeo ACtS . be at home on Sunday afternoon at 8:Q0 om. when Coach Larry Jonnson a veteran guam. playea r~enary is anomer Gig ooy wag vice in Korea, Frank celebrating ash County Home 1 50---Jim Williams the Laddm .... : " ' ' , Sent 20th Munizza will nut the Eagles outstaudin~ defensive ball at his,looks like he likes the rough ~o- his eighteenth birthday on t stration Club Hand Balancing Act ... "~,,o,~ ~'~,h. ,~nn holn nn thle through their p~ces. "r~e Eagles guard slot fast season, and is ex-!ing. Rudy Thomsen at one e~d Christmas Eve on "heartbreak" nder the 2 Noon ua nell btaHoro .... ~ "~ ..... ' rid 2ontest, u :00 -~ Y ...... ."~. ~'~'~'. ~.~ -Z:^~-~2 ..... 22 go against the Twin City Cardin- pected tO head the defensive for- a letterman, and Dick Erickson ge, when the Reds attacked in es of the Altar So- Acrobat p .~ .. . ta,,t th,~; ......... ~.~. ~ ~,,ffi als. perennial Trl-County B ward wall th~s season, at the other gives the Eagles two ~oree. Leonard was a guard at St Mar's Catholic 4 00 7 00 Home ~c L~emonstra ..... . ...... . ..... ~" ..... ~.-~ ..... " ................ -, .....~ ........... ....... re't fair ass r ceivi en- t:om--ound 2 in Korea "or -- Y : ": -- -: " ~ - - - cient ",,moo- ov,..oo .... , .... n mague powtrl, l~Utlllilg WOUl(l butt Dattllng lor spots in [ne oaeK-~p t y p e ng as. p , , I' ~ v nonomlsn ,,~, ,.. ~.~,.=,,o ~,,~,. ~ ,- . . . t~ tlon o~ rne ~ - li ...... ....... o, .......... -*.. the Cards and their coach Ray field are Jerry Carter fleet half- Erlckson, a converted center, is months. Home l)emonstra "~ .... ~ ~'.~ "~'*--~ ,-,~- i000 School Children County " ~- - -~,'~'**~-+ c. -.-,-,Mahnke better than an opening back, John Larson 'Sophomore lanky and makes a good target It is understood the Service oe compl=t=u u,a~ ou~u~ty or anlzatlo enter grounds for tion Club : " day victory over their Class A fullback who reallY, cracks the for the aerials that Borseth and g " " ns are planning a day. Saluting/ Evening . ~ cousins line Dick Russell, hard running Carter will be throwing Thorn- public reception for Cpl. Do~er I) m Entertainment U per Snoqualmle Valley Night * * "- l .-- i "P .... '~" - - ual Arlln,,to,,/,,..,. Arlington s eleven will be built letterman, Lyle Nysether~ anoth- sen, the smaller of the two, is "n the near future. reatlon tent Movies Honoring ~ortn bena bnoq aa ~,a, aaao ! -- " .... '~. ....." ~ . :around the running and passing er letterman, and Marvin Taylor, faster than Erickson, but both ~ actlvltmS , mle, t~arnanon, an~, .all otne~ ~_^^.] ]~^.*~L~--. of Dick Borseth the blocking of Jack Larson, Pat Connacher and will be hustling. John Dennis, a V.'_J ..... t-_ Music b Snohomisn communities ~rom m]s area o ~IUU~ Jtl~l~||UU[~ - ~" '" ......... ' h and tou h line _ " Y .... ~ Jim t~orning, anti me line play oi Jonn Jaco~son, the latter three rougg man, and mauergarmn School band Her i~in t~ounty ..... '" ' " -.^^--~vmslc g ........... ~ wt ~ ni-hig At a meeting, of the Arlington Larry Olson and Dan Johnson being Sophomores, and good ones] also a letterman, is" back at hls~" | ~ s* ' ~.cKolL a lrecto.r _ l.t)u ~. - -- ~Y - " I CommunIty Chest organization Dick Borseth, one of the stand- at that. Iguard spot, and will make the]In ~Jpera[lon ~ ~cts, Joan t'em anG ..... ~cnood~an~Drtlls held at the city hall Tuesday~ out offensive backs in.the North-[ GivLng _.a.~.gO .0~.a.ccq_ un~g~..~g, l~,~en~~_or ~~_.Under the direction of Mrs. Er- ,in charge ..... t:~t~--~orbe ~ ...... ,-='. ]night it was decided to toin the west League last seaso'n.,,!~s re-!the nne are SUCh as t)icg ~cnun, lposmg ~ac~ trying to pm~ up alvin Kirschenman teach,~r -.,,= ~ovelle anti hiS Blue~ zo tJaynell ~taiIoru, ~crouat ~ a few eas ard throu h the ' ~ ' "" ._ . " -- _ ..... " count'y-wide Good Neighbor or- ported to be better than ~ ever. . who looks, like he has fin lly de-[few .................. y y s g hel.~o~ia, af ltina~,~,~.~ ........... ~*~'"*~'~e~l )n Comedians 7:30--Tap and Hula-Hula fiance] ~,anizatinn nnd to ~,n nhond with Cornin~ a fireball in the line last clded to olay the type of ball he]middle of the line [thi~ ,-~ok ) Acts continued shows by Jean Lynch I .... ~ .......................... "-" - "" - ..... 1t a,,d his" Blue l the fund raising campaign in season, has been shifted to quar- is capable of playing. Schuh ............. the[ Others who will become better] "Vh,~ trindo,a~,t,~,,~, ......... i ........ v ........ ,~a V~llmms., the Laddm 7.40---~oeNov~. e ^.~;..~o I connection with the entire court- terback to take care of the block- son of Leroy Sehuh, former All-lknown to Arhngton grid fans aS]by the Pre-School P.T.A. smce el~:~a~2rgd,A~erobat 7:50__~an~e~n~u~g2gl'lng show ~YAlthough the county budget lt~g abSaS~gpamee2:Ssnene~:s~Y tggent. Ce~es~ l~2:tm;2a~r~bnu~aa?~r~PngIsnei?t~a~2rY~2knn' ~r~l ~ann:l tvho~eVr~t~Sgfea~loedtl?2tpSg;~2g .to - Y ..... .... ; . ~ .I Olson, in better shape than ever ihard at his tackle spot, showing]Ron Forshier and Wes Rosen-[ ,, ~.-o ~.....- ~........~ .~.-.......'~..~ ) A ....... -'--~ 8"00---Hand Balancing snow oy nab oeen maoe up anG Goes no[i ............. ' ~ -- xt ,a~ o=~, ,,uv=u t,,at ~wu ~ea- ctb uonunueu . ;~..,. n.. +~._ ,..~., .~..,~_.~ ~.._..+.. I ~elore was gooo as a sopnomorea great oval ol improvemem, oacn. . Isions could bo o,,'-'~or~'~'~ h~.-... H o m e Economics (Continued on Page 7~ ,,,~uu~ t.~ ,u~a~ p~uj~u~ ,W~vtu-, '~~ - t . . ,. o~,~,,. ~, .,,,,- -------~~Ifore supported by the Arhngton ]~^.. D-L.'__ At l~;_t-.'-t O ......~.'A-- ~.~.~...... |^.~.~ ~^^.]~.[ever, xt xs reported that to date ; Community Chest, it was decided~ I~W IL1}~UI~I~ /'ILl. ] l~l[~t][-i[t ~k~UIIYgilLIUII[ILI~d.IUIII~. ~llll |~U~;l|only about half as many as re- " " " i that Arlington with the balance * r * ' quired, have signea up for the reachers D,d Dunng Vacation remaining in' the community]Ar ngton Hoqatat Degree of Honor To Taken by Death |second session. Anyone in the . . .. . . 1 Chest fund, could make the same! Four bovs ann two ~,irls were[ ~ !1 O . ~"/ I Mrs Barbara Jean (Carlson) [district wishing to have their Dy ~nne Meugnlo~ a ~, b pportionments to these local ac-I born at the Arlington Hosnital[~e here neut. ,t [.^~.,..~ on ..,,,,~ ..~ ^~.,~.~ ~' m,,~_ [ children attend kindergarten ng up news of our to Seward by train the following "tivities as in the past for thel durin~ the first week of Sen]era I 'C~arit,, inn~,~* No 31 De"reeI ............... ....... ~.~" ".'"=" ] should contact Mrs.-C. W. Fowler catlo I found that da In Ketchlkan they stoppeo c rain e 1111 ~" - *" ~ ~-'~,~ , s[der Jr, passeo away ~vlonGay~ay,l as, .Y. , . o " g y ar. Thereafter they w" ber they being Gregory Franz of Honor, Will be hostess for the at 1285, or Mrs R A Leach at the men worked this with Thor s father, Chrls COP-be submitted to the county or-|pokornev wh' .... h,,,,~ nn ~,nt .2 ni~trlot Conv,~ntlon" ta b~ h~ld/A gu' ust 24, In the Columbia ~vm-147W2 as soon as possible." " " ' '~ " " " s group includes Mr stead. At Juneau they took a tour ~anization which will have Ar-lso'n" of ]VI'r a'~,~-~::~Ia'x~p~L:~,r'lTv~'~:~'~,'-~"n'~"17"" ,;-the- A-~-]morial HosDital in Hudson New[ The first regular fall meeting rose regular work as to Mendenhall Glacier. hngton representation ne,~ of ~ ~ a~u,,~,ton. 'r,~rv IT W h~ll arlington V~-le ~ha h~rl h~~n in the, hn~ni. IOf the Pre-School P.T.A. will not 'nt e ds throu h Mr and Mrs Charles ErlckS" on ~, --- ~- .~----.~ , -~--. .-......~.-. .----..b ..... -.--.. ~..~ ...--- ~---~.. -. -..-. -.-~-~.- ::_ xten . g_] . ". .. ......... It is expected that by next[Wayne iamie to Mr. and Mrs./ A school' of instruction will be ltal for a week I be held until October 13. vacation perioG ann ano family spent a pleasant week c mmi be named Joseh '" r " ' / " I -----------o -~..,~nn~l ....~/r~ .~,.,~' ~,.~1 ',.,h....v ..... .~ .................... or nt 1-hoir hooch home at . .. o . trees can. "" r [_ p K~ Lamle, R. 3: Arlmgton:[held at ~'30. pro., followed, by a! Mrs. aoeder was the daughter . . .... . . .................... ano the local organlzanonpe -I~anGal Lee l~urKe toMr. anOlsmor~asbord dinner at 6 oclock Iof Mr and Mrs A W Carlson ]~.~wA~b,~ ~'~,,~,] the SChOOlgrounas t'rlest volnt Mr anu ~v,r~ Dm ' " ~'-- " - ..... li~;t,l~aU~n ~,~ttai~t~ nt ...... ,.,,,,L- thi~i Simnson anal family were back fected. Mrs. Ralph W. Burke, Granite] The lodge meeting will be held] Besides her husband and par- te~''~:=:t-~'~,~,'",~:,';~,' ,nd~nrth between t'own and the The fund-raising campaigrr in [a~ls, anG ~eora ~orra~ne m.agee,I at 8:15, with the State officers at-]eats, she is survived by a nine-[T~ M~$ ~?~e~'~ ^?y.. .... :--.s "~.~.'-.~'" .-"-':_ - ....... L_,:.~.. the county it is understood will to Mr. ano Mrs. AlIreG J. Magee tendin~ mnnths.old dauahter Deborah ,,v ,,~,,~. ,, ~,~aa~y n~' ~Y~.~,arsen'A~'i~see:fgn mrougnom me no.u~ be starte~['about Sept. 25th.' R. 2, Arlington, all arriving on/ The~" followin~ lodges have]Jean~; "four bro~l~ers: William,[ A meeting of the Arlington -" ....~-~'~YJ .... '~'~"~- = ........ "-- *~-^ v- o ~ept a " I~ .... ,~,~t ~nvlt~,,~ Pinehurst Harold Richard and Glenn all Recreation Council has been ',eoerg anct tvlarvln~ ~n0rt trips enjoyeu uy tile a- j~ !. ~m " ()n ~nt" 151 T~,~e ~-~rxzaxr War /~ ................... ' ' ................. : ..... ded " " --- J-- H, _ v.. ~--v .............. ., .... ~r,, 72 Uhododendron No 48" Ev of Arlington" and four sisters Icailed ~or next Wednesday, Sept ?at~n?e~,scnm-as rI~i~tl~:Ctulty tme aDecr:uvermand uuarmans chum was born to M~ and Mrs.[er~tt ~: 85" Seattle No "7; 'Uni: Mrs. J. S. Kidwiler, Mrs. Lero3;[16, at 8 o'clock at the City Hall." a,.,'~'~,'..~.."r.~=..."..~..~.'' xr~,.,,-.,~o w~th the return tri'~ 'f~ ~., ., %, wiinamis.etcnum, ot l)arrmgton:[versitv 51o 68" West Seattle No. Schmidt and Miss Donna Carl-~ There will be election of a :a~~s~t: ~i'n~{eir~{s, ~rr~Yy~i:bn~;~YaD~!i ~aTalthmm~e}ahto{i~~:r~th! t~Ao~nn~dt:e7"~d:!pge~t~eeYrr:n~:~r~,gn~d~r~.' 184.' Mt' Baker' Fmday Harbor No ~M~.~iS!n~rw~ii~iM~sf21;/i~l~ia;i: :Lm~Za;;;i in Louisiana and Lords also sp 1; y ' P r " ------------o ' ............ d with friends in Wenat iCam" Fire 1953 1954 "'ear I &--|.----~---- ]~ ]~ ~ 19 upon learning of their daugh-lrecreatlon program for the young ~une(i ~il~rn:n~t che:e~. We Danubios spent this .. M~. Pat Keith~, th/Executive Cub Scouts ?.l-llIl~tUli I'.IF,~'~.. i ~Sfo~2eS~ga~ddretsU~ned home[~o]k~ea~U~gn6Ugd to send delegates nt after the Fourth week~end on a trip',to uregon, ~ecretary irom ~verett, told ~o~ __ __ I~ ~,,~,~w~.A.~ ~a~ ~. ae about a month visitin~ friends at Belfair. Mr. the training course to be held for ,,a, ry included a stop Terjesffn had a five-day fishing guardians, which, to the best of .v -.,,a~Qa~aL~ Members of Arlington chapter: with friends and trip to Canada with five other her knowledge, would be held in The first meeting of the Cub Future Farmers of America, of .homa City, a visit school superintendents in Aug- October Scout organization for the Fall~the Arlington High School were inn's alma mater ust. The Terjes0ns also had sev- There was a discussion on get- will take place on Thursday busy this week transporting live- Kans., and visits eral trips on the Hood Canad in ring new leaders and this year night, Sept. 24 at the Roosevelt stock displays to Monroe, where Kansas City and August. the Camp Fire will try to get school. This will be an organizing l~hey will be shown at the Ever- stayed with her Mr. Larsen mixed in a good and Mrs. Chester deal of band work during the Center, Karts. On of June, with three or four they visited former parades in the first part of the Pullman, who are ~ summer. The Larsens had a nice Laramie. . Labor Day.~week-end at Mt. Ba- finished up her ca-ker. Mr. and Mrs. Munizza drove with a fly- around the Loop on the Olympic where she Peninsula in June, and spent this With her son Bill past weekend in Puya~lup with helping Bill cele- Mrs. Munizza's parents. ~day. Everett Bundt occupied himself Dan Hunter en- with tying flies this summer; he to Alaska aboard also attended ~wo archery meets. from August The Bundts were present at a they were met threee-day archery meet held in Thor Cop- North Bend over Labor Day. The who took them Kuhns enjoyed the last week of Anchorage. They their vacation on a camping trip, ht, returning the first half of the week spent at Deception Pass and the re- Your is provided to give or functions that nature All events fee Is charged, or advertised will ap- r The charge will a minimum of $1.00, Orchestra fleasure ev. ur lay night ?avern, Silvana. in new Bryalt every Saturday music. Refresh. mainder at Sun - Lakes near Grand Coulee Dam. Miss June Hergert taught speech work at W.S.C. in June, then had a trip to California There she saw a number of Chi- nese exchange students around San Francisco, whom she had known before. She met Miss Ruth Cox at the end of August, when Miss Cox returned from a tour of Hawaii. Miss Joan Ingram spent a de- lightful summer at Northwestern University, with several week- end trips to points of interest. I hope 'to have additional in:: formation on the teachers' vaca- tions next week. leaders before starting the new Blue Bird and Camp Fire groups. Those who are interested in be- coming leaders please call any of the following: Mrs. Eunice Rus- sell 184, Mrs. June Britsch 1942, or Mrs. Agnes Dunning 893. Hereafter the meetingswill be held on the first Tuesday of ev- ery month. meeting and mothers of Cub Scouts who will serve as den mothers are urged to attend this meeting. Boys 8 years of age and under 11, who wish to become Cub Scouts are urged to attend the meeting, accompanied by par- ents. The meeting will start at 7:30. Members of the Sons of Nor~vay, ~ilvana, began work last Saturday of razing the old building, which has been their home since 1923. The building was formerly the Silvana Hotel, and is said to have been built in 1903. Plans are to replace the old structure with a fine new, mod- ern building, equipped with kitchen and dining room, as well as lodge auditorium. green State Fair. The local Future Farmers are displaying 35 head of stock and several Poultry entries. Those displaying stock are: John Engstrom, Kenny Nelson, Bob Peterson, Gary Zwicker, Bob Mattson, Darold Brekhus, Larry Larson, LeRoy Larson, Cy Swett, Gary Norman, Geo. Geible, Don Klein, Don A. Klein, Louis Stang land, Larry Taylor, Marion Tay- lor, Jim Hathaway, Ray Peake, Nell Dainard, Jim Rasmussen. Those displaying poultry are: Gary Zwicker, Bill Klein, Loren Erickson, Gary Erickson. The ~rliiagton F.F.A. will also have a judging team, John Eng. strom, Ken Nelson and Don Klein. :Degree, of l']onor Juror Clubs The Junior Clubs of the Degree of Honor will meet in the VFW Hall as follows on Monday, Sept. 14th: 1st and 2rid graders will meet at 2:30; .3rd :througtr the 7th grade at~ 3':3(1 and the Teen- age Club wilI meet at 8:00 in the Although the low ceiling on Sunday nearly stymied the exer- cise planned by the Civil Air Patrol, in a simulated 'plane crash and air search in this vi- cinity, the project was finally successfully carried out late in the afternoon when the skies cleared One plane, taking off from Se- l attle early, was unable to )and ~here, and eventually found a clear field at Yakima. Later in the day, however, two planes took part in the search "injured" were brought out safe- ly. About sixty members of the Se- attle Civil Air Patrol Squadron conducted the mobile support op. eration at the Arlington Airport.i Warrant Officer B r a db, M.] Muehlen, mobile support com- mander, directed the overall op- eration which was held specifi- cally to prepare Civil Air Patrol members for the possibility of an atomic attack or some acute dis- aster that= Would' force the ~Air Patrol to take over the major share of rescue work for the Air' Force. The Civil Air Patrol is the official auxiliary of the Air Force and in time of war, the Pa- trol can b~ called upon to direct and operate all rescue and search work normally done by the Air Force within the borders of the United States. Rescue work by the Air Patrol during a war would re- lieve Air Force search crews for vital overseas duty. Private and Air Force on-loan aircraft participated in Sunday's search for the mock plane target secretly "planted" by the CAP in a 20-mile area east of the Arling- ton field. The target gave the appearance from the air of an ac- tual plane crash with the tail sec- tion facing skyward. Mobile Support team com- manders for the operation were: W. O. Goldine Frey, first aid team; 1st Lt. Walter Brazelton. logistics; 2nd Lt. John Reagan, communications; 2nd Lt, Betty Muehlen, headquarters; Staff Sgt. A1 Hereto, ground crew and plane handlers, and 2nd Lt. Er- nest Nelson, air missions group. All are members of the Seattle Squadron. CAP. The planes with observers were given maps of the local territory and made the search. When the "wreck" was spotted, contact was made with motorcycle pa- trol, equipped with ground-to- air radio. The planes then direct- ed tbe ground rescue group to the scene of the "crash." First-aid crews took care of the "casualties" and t h e y were brought on stretchers to the wait, ing ambulance.