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PAGE SIX THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, SEPT. 10, 1953. SILVANA Mrs. Irene Vognild, correspondent. Friends Visit ~. and Mrs. Emil Ness .Recent visitors at the home o: Mr. and Mrs. Emil Ness were Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Larsen of Shev- tin, Minn., and Lizzie Olson from Powers Lake, North Dakota. Mr. Larsen and Mrs. Olsen, brother and sister, were neighbors and schoolmates of Mr. Ness, almost .50 years ago back in Rollag, Minn. Old Hall Coming Down Work started on the razing of Viking Hall last Saturday and is progressing satisfactorily More men are needed; so come on, members, and let's cooperate with the building committee and get this job finished. It will be a project worthwhile and the mem- bers of the Daughters of Norway are there with some good eats. Visitors From South Dakota Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Otterby, Sioux Falls, S o u t h Dakota, friends of the J. H. Myrwang family, and members of the pas- tot's former parish in that area, were welcome visitors at the Zion Lutheran Parsonage over last] weekend. Mr. and Mrs Otterby! had driven to Grayland, Wash.,! Five-year-old John Dwight Cervin gazes rapturously at Chrysler Corporation's advanced-design "idea car", the C-200, and gets some ideas of what he will be able to do when he is eligible for a driver's license. The hand-built car is a feature of Chrysler's touring auto- mobile show, "New Worlds in Motion", which has visited 31 cities in the past two years. A million-dollar styling and engineering exhibition, the show is composed of over 100 separate displays which demonstrate the principles that make a modern ear tick. where their son, Leslie Otterby, who was ordained this summer Fall Hunting into the ministry of the Lutheran n _ o _L 1 Church, had just taken over his Degan oept. first parish as pastor. Rev. Les- With the dove and pigeon sea- lie Otterby was one of the con- son opening on Sept. 1, the Fall firmants of Rev Myrwang dur: - ...... ...... hunting season Is now under ing ~ne latter's pus[orate m ~outn way Band ' tailed pigeon hunters " d "" Dakota.. The. vmltors left. Sun ay will hav_~ 30_ dav.~, ............ of .~hootin~, _..-an on their trip home to Smqx Falls 1 e v t'l S pt. 30, inclusi e, with daily again, bag limits of 6 birds if they are " t fortunate hunters. Misses Sylvia Haukeness andl .... - ,,;..~ .~...,;.. o.,~,,t ,h~ weekend| me elusive mourning aove is ,.~,~ o~ ....... o~. ....... .': .. ... I legal ~ game for 15 days, from az tne nome oI ttev. ana Mrs. U. J.t ............. Tzo.a.~.ooo p.~.. o..n ~.~ ~uke I~eptemoer x tnrougn me Dtn, ~ 1..t ..: .1" .... a.,; ,~. Portland ] with a daily bag 1 mlt of 10 *bl ds ,~ vialt ~heir brother in law [ for those who ha e a qmck eye and plenty of ammumtlon S. P. Kolden, who is hospitalized[ , with a heart attack. Four hundred mountain goat Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sjoblum hunters will take to the hills for and children of Mineral visited l an 18 day season starting Sep- over the week-end at the homestember 13 a n d continuing of Mrs, Art Rod, Mrs. Nellie through. September 30. Approxi. Thompsen and Benny Ware. On mately one out of four of the 1,- Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Art Thomp- 583 applicants received a goat ~en entertained with a family permit this year in the public dinner for the Sjoblums. . drawing held at Wenatchee. Mr,'and Mrs. Lief Johnson ahd Bear hunters have their inning son of Lakewood visited with Mr. beginning September 1 and con- and Mrs. Nels Peterson on Sun- tinuing through October 4, in the day, following Counties east of the Mrs. Emma Gunderson, a for- Cascades: Chelan, Ferry, Kittitas, met resident now living in Ta. Okanogan, Pend Oreille, Spo- kane, Stevens, and part of Yak. coma, visited with her sister, Mrs. ima county. Note that Okanog- Ragna Olson, and other relatives an has been added .to the list and friends over the week-end, published in the hunting pamph- Mrs. Carston Larsen and Mrs. Leonard Ottem entertained the let. The bag limit is 2 bear in Salem Lutheran Ladies' Aid last these areas, with an additional season running concurrent with modalWednesdaYHall.afternnA readingwasin the Me.~:~the regular deer season. On the givert~w~[t s{de of the Cascades the by Mrs. O. J. Haukeness. The members decided to have theirlbear season runs concurrent with annual sale on Wednesday eve. [the deer season with no limit I . . ' . J ning, Sept. 30. A delicious lunchiin addltmn to bear hunting in was served by the hostesses tosme west side lowland areas many members and visitors. Mrs. which are open the year around. ~yrtle Stensaa presided during Grouse hunters have 25 days the business session, this year in which to bag blue, The Sa]'em Lutheran Sunday ruffed and Franklin grouse. The School will commence on Sun- first shooting dates for these day morning, Sept. 13. All ehil- dren are welcome. Rally Day Services will be held in the Zion Lutheran Church Sun- day morning, Sept. 13th. All members and friends of the con- gregation as well as the children are invited t(y.a~d. Haakon F. M~ang, his son, Stevie, and Miss' Ruth Myrwang visited at the parsonage last Sat- u~lay. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lunden (Charlotte Myrwang) and 'their lhree children Helen, Karen and Susan, were Sunday visitors at the Myrwang home, after attend- ing services at First Lutheran ~Uhurch, Lakewood, Sunday morn- in~. Mrs. Thomas Stang returned Saturday evening from a week's stay with friends in Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Haarsager accompanied by their three chil- dren, Bernice, Patsy and Johnny, and Mrs. Johanna Haarsager, mo- Tored to Seaside, Ore., over the Labor Day holiday and visited with Mr. and Mrs. Trucke and family. Mr. Trucke is a brother of :Mrs. Harsager. Mrs. Johanna Haarsager visited with Mr. and :Mrs. Simmons Mrs. Simmons and Mrs. Haarsager are old time friends, having known each other from Norway and also accom- panying each other to this coun: try. They also stayed over night in Chehalis, where they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Berg, who is a nephew of Mrs. Haarsa- ger, Sr. O 340 Here Collect Social Security tasty birds are Sept. 19 and 20. ,The followin~ week-end, Sept. 26 and 27, are also open as are 2 more days on October 3 and 4. Following these dates, grouse are its will be made on Friday, Sept. legal game through the regular deer season, between October 11 and 29th inclusive Three birds make up a daily bag limit, with a possession limit of 6 birds straight or mixed bag. Saturday Big Day For 4-H Members At Evergreen Fair Saturday, Sept. 12th, will be big day for 4-H Club members at the Evergreen State Fair in Mon- roe. That is the day that all the contests are scheduled, and every garden club member, poultry club member, and dairy club member, has an opportunity to Jean Holland Cadet Teacher Washington S t a t e College, Pullmarr, Sept. 1 -- Thirty. two W.S.C. @fidet teachers will be do- ing their first teaching Sept. 8- Nov. 13 in five school systems of the state, school of education au- thorities said today. This group of cadet teachers will return to the campus Nov. 13, while from then until Jan.29, 1954, another group of W. S. C. cadet teachers of roughly corre sponding size will take their place in the field to round out the semester. The first group will be engagingin campus study during the last half of the se- mester. Among them. is Jean Hol- land, of Arlington. Many Deer Killed On Highways Game Protector Walker in- forms The Times that the toll of deer killed on the highways is quite high. On Tuesday morn- ing he picked up a 2-point buck killed on the road to the Nay Everett J. C. Registration Sept. 8 14 Arlingiton students who pla~ to attend Everett Junior College this fall are reminded by the col- lege registrar that they should make an appointment to register if they have not already done so. Actual registration and the ar- ragement of class schedules will start Tuesday, September 8, and will continue through September 14. Regular classes will start Tuesday, Sept. 15. Students who will be attend- ing Everett Junior College for the first time should file with the college before September 8, a personal application form and transcripts ~Jf all high school work completed. Radio Station at Jim Creek. Last month he said there were three l animals kllled on this highway [ He says that the state average / l is 4 deer per day killed on the highways. He reports that west of Bryant a doe was shot, leaving two small fawns. YOU ARE INVITED TO SUNDAY SCHOOL Do youattend Sunday SChool ? If not, the Arlington Free Metho- dist Chuch invites you to come back to Sunday School every Sun~y~morning, beginning at 9:45 a.m. and staying on to join us in church services, which be- gin at 11 a.m. Our church is in the midst of a "Back to the Sun- day S~hool" campaign, with a 6- weeks contest as part of our cam- paign plans. An interesting part of the contest is that a picture is being taken of new members with the one bringing them, and these to be displayed on a poster in the church our earnest desire to families into our sible, and classes for taught, from babies to~ es for adults. Mothers babies are especla Come to Sunday joy Bible study in with us. Will we Sunday ?--Contest [WE AGREE "Getting up in wouldn't be so come just before to work."--L. S. " Another example of how Times Want Ads get r given last week, when Ed. Whittaker of the Royal vertised mattresses for sale. Mr. Whittaker refurnished his hotel rooms mattresses, bought from Henry Murray, and thus the replaced mattresses for sale. The Times was out at 3 p.m. Thursday By Mr. Whittaker had disposed of all his mattresses. BLACK TEA ................................ 4 , .29c County Library : KRAFT DINNERS ............................ 2, .29c Schedule Given chief who was the only friend of Cchise' the Apache Indian : VANILLA JmUn:aR::e .................................. '4,,,O* 19C the white man among his tribe, All has been portrayed in movie and WESSON 0]L story. Now his life has been Purpose Qt` written for young peoople by Ed- .Lb. gar Wyatt, in the book, COCHISE, SN0WgR]FT Shortening ................... : ~ ~'~ Carl (.~C 14-0~. on the shelves of the Snohomish County Library. His adventures, P [ A N U T B U T [ R as well as those of other famous Large A, Indians, can be read in many LUUOFresh ............................................................ Doz. Creamy or Chunk Style. w liwritten books for boys and girls. MIlK Darigold ............................................ 2c~*.~aC CHEESE Kraft's 4 Varieties 2 These books may be borrowed .............. ~a~s from the County Library bookmo- biles on Monday, September 14, land every second Monday there- ~[~Ur Dennison's ........................ HONEY Silver Bow .......................... ~'-~'~ar DJITOIID after at the foll()wing places: O*- TIINA Big Ivy Rock Farm ............ 11:05-10:15 GRAPEFRUIT JUICE Standby -I~.~ ~.auLILI~'"-- ~C a~J x~ White Star Chunk ..........................Can I York's Corner 10:20-10:35 Cicero--Peterson's .............. PEARLS OF WHEAT Cereal 28"t,; Store ......... ; .................. 10: 50-11:05 IM. W. Bakers Place....ll:10-11:25TOILET PAPER Gingham . ................. 19c oso School .................... MARSHMALLOWS coLed 16" !Oso Post Office ............ 1:10- 1:351 ~ Toilet Bath Hazel .............................. 1:50- SWEETHEART Soap .................... : ........ :....Size llc Fortson Mill--Store.. 2:20- 2:35! Swede HeavenRoad--- Cider 37: .~ ~-~~ Harvey Hyde s Place 2:50-3:10 0LD:DUTCH,cleanser ........................ 3cans Whitehorse --- Home Grocery ...................... 3:20- 4:00 JakeKallicott'sPlace-- VINEGAR ................................................ ~L ~ -v .-.~ SALE Gardner Road .......... 9:30- 9:45 East Sunnyside School 9:55-10:45 ' Pints or Roberson's Store--LO ER CARTONS Quarts ...................... PI . )C on Farley " :' Whiskey Ridge ........ 10:50-11:15 s Mrs. L. M. KetChum's "-- (Large, i Walnut :~ ' Place" Ketchum Rd'--11:25"11:50l" " : ..... ..... Ll~ nv[;rn l llll I SunnysideComm'nity._12:30-Sunnyside School ........ 1:00- ~:5~,~:,-- DOG, MEAL ................ , ........ : ................. 5~kg- c "'s,zei ~Im~ Meats . . 8 O. J. Strand's Place .... 2:00- 2:15[ Getche!,l School ............ 2:30. 3:00~ al|.p~dete~t Yellow or Green Painters Berry Farm.. 3:05. 3:201 Cir~ch Prepared Split Peas. i ~i Robe--Old School ........ 4:00, 4:25' On Wednesday, Sept! 16, the stops will be at: i Pkg. Small White Edgecomb - Post Office 1:00. 1:15! a~,~a oRm~n~ Robb's Tire Service--- West of Arlington .... 1:25- 1:40 : - R. H. Robertson's--- ' '~ ,,, ~ Large Lima Place - Marshall Rd. 2:10' 2:25qo[.... 2 B In the Lakewood area the vis- Pa~kay--Easy Spread cans . . 33 ' C Best Bet Lbs. vith coupo, Macaroni ES POTATO u .............. OORN Golden Bantam ................................ Doz.' GREEN BEANS Tasty, Tender .................. Heavy Meated .......................................... Lb, PEPPERS Thompson Seedless ...................... : ................... LI~ GRAPES Last call for this PEACHES 118, at: Lakewood Store ............ 10:00 10:15 J. N. Torrey's,Plaee, Blacken Ro~ad .......... 10:20-10:35 L]~, e, Social security insurance dol- lars "go to more than 340 people in the Arlington area every month, William L. Matthews, manager of the Everett social se- curtly office, said today. The story of each of these 340 benefits started in the social se- curity field office with the issu- ance of a social security card. It reached a milestone there with the filing of an application for social security benefits. "These benefits," Matthews ex- plained, "help keep families to- gether when death or old age takes away the breadwinner's pay check. They make it possible for children to live at home and continue in school." Information about old-age and survivors insurance can be ob- tained next Tuesday, Sept. 15, . from the social security represen- tative who will be at the Arling- ton City Hall from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. ,o SELL IT---If you h~veany artlch of furniture, not in use, try Times classified ad. enter one or more of the contests. Judging contests of the above named projects will be held be- ginning at ten o'clock in the morning. For dairy club members a contest of Fitting and Showing will be held Saturday afternoon, beginning at one o'clock. Points and rib~bons will be awarded con. testants in these contests, so every member carrying any of those projects should make an effort to attend the fair on that day and take part in a contest. O RUBBER STAMPS ARLINGTON PTG. CO., PH. 493" Washington Scouts Seel Antibiotic' Swanson's Whole Top ranking Girl Scouts, picked to attend the All States Encampment in Shoshone Canyon adjoining.Yellowstone Park, Wyo., prospect the Absaroka Mountains for soil samples to aid scientists ofLederle Labora- -Lb. Can Domino's--King Size Carton Clorax---For a Whiter Wash , 0al. Staley's Liquid Sta-flo Qt. ! SWEDISH BOY CINNAMON BREAD ........ 29c BREAD RAISIN RYE ...................... 25 PO~ ~ CARDAMON ...................... 30(= Try These Delicious ORANGE RYE .................. 22c JSwedish Breads CARDAMON ...................... 25c SUGAR CURED 20-Oz. P~ 17 PLASTIC SCOOP orOVENwARE BOWL w/Scoop ENDS & PIECES 48-Oz. ~ 37 ATTACHED TO ALBERS OATS w/ Bowl THIS WEEK'S ]ACKPOT WIN1VER: MRS. R. S. HALL R. 4, Box 227 I: Prices effective at Arlington on Sept. 11 and 12, 1953.--Every item unconditionally tortes, American Cyanamid Company, in their round-the-world quest for Arlington, Wash. new wonder drugs such as Aureomyein-chlortetracycline. No sales to dealers. We reserve the right to limit. Left to right,~ancy Ruth Green, Redmond; Jo Ann We]ler, Port Angeles; Sylvia Cli~e, Seattle, and Marylyn Gaiser, Parkland. 000@@O@@OeeO@Oeeeeeeeeeee@