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PAGE FOUR THE ARLINGTON TIMES. ARLINGTON. WASItINGTON, TttURSDAY, SEPT. 17, 1953. Arlinglon Successor to THE HALLER CITY TIMES ]7ol. LXVI. Thursday, Sept. 17, 1953. N(}. 21 ~iption Price $2.50 Per Year; $3.00 per Year outside Snoho- R~sh County. Issued every Thursday. Published at Arlington, lgas.hington, by THe- ARLINGTON PRINTING CO. J. C. CARPENTER -- FRANK MARSH J. C. CARPENTER ......... Editor & Mgr l~lered as 2rid Class matter, in the Post Office at Arlington, Wash ~gton, under the act of March 3, 1879. EDITORIAL BRIGHT LIGHTS " A visit to (,ur neighboring town |'rest Stanwood at night is quite ilhnninating. Our neighbor has seen Eagles Win Opemng Game " (Continued from Page 1) clipping penalty snip the run to a gain of 21 yards, the ball end- ing up on Arlington's 38 yard line. The Cardinals' held for downs on their 31 and Larry O1. son promptly put them in a hole by kicking out of bounds on the two yard stripe A booming tackle by Corning nipped a Card bid for a first down on the nine and they kicked dead on their own thirty- seven Again the visitors held but this time Olson's kick just Grandview Club tember 22 at 1:30 p.rn; Mrs. Edna BY Has Cleanup Day McDonaldMrS" MurieltoValensandand Air Station to see ~ ~ B~LL QUAKE Bryant News for Kodiak, Alaska. The Grandview Recreational the planes are so much l Club members got together Sun it almost made her |!. ~'~ ~..~]~1| [~|~e ~ ~. ~||~.r..~ day at the hall and worked at aboard and ~o up t0 ,Ja. A,aa A V~Lu~sa ,a.~6S~.,O ~.,J~ Lv ~a=~u~ cleaning up around the building, again too. - ... ~, 1 T 1 A ~ [TTT ! ~ ! The men took a truck and gath --o~ ~cneoule announceu Wolverines ravoreu ered up scrap for a scrap drive OSO SUNDAY SCHOOL 'When they returned the women Busily getting m shape for The Arlington Eagles, fresh[had the tables set for a notluck RESUMING SEPT. 20 their opening contest with Jane[from their 20 to 0 win over Twin[dinner Aftor dlnnPr " ~,o Sunday School at it w ............. ' ....... Addams Junior High of Seattle, C y, ill travel to Bellevue this worked at raking up around the Church will be ~esun the Arlington Jr. Hi squad are Friday, September 18, meetinglhal1 and Bob Ingrain brought 20th at 10 30 am. T1 eagerly awaiting the openingithe .favored Overlake eleven in,aver his tractor and rake and [ "Frontier Parsons and date of October 1. All Jr. Hi con-~a nlgnt comesL Tne unaeruog;went to work, making the iob alHearts" will be shown, tests will be played on Thursday grid club of Larry Munizza will]little easier for thos'e wo~kingl All are urged to attel afternoons at 3:00 p.m. Coach Ed be meeting.Bellevue for the first,outside Clarence Heimer mowed] ~o-----~ Korsboen has been working hard time in nlsmry, although thelthe tall grass around the build-lTb T . qT with his small squad of approxi- basketball teams of the twling. EverYone pitched in anddidErro~ucers [0 ~t mately 24 players scnoms nave been opponents for[ a wonderful job. Kids and grown- ,-~ .T . several years r The schedule is as follows: . . . [ups enjoyed roller skating afte un Amenamem ~+ ~ A* .~..~ Addams The Arlington craven will openlthe work was done. '-'~" ~---'~ ~'~"= "~ with practicality same team that A decision [ep light, and exhibiting a connnendable communitv spirit, missed, going into the end zone. Oct. 8--Snohomish here opened the season last Friday Order No. 25, as has had installed a mode,'n lighting system on the b s- Not getting anywhere, the Cards Oct. 15---North Jr. here night Still on tho in4~,rod li~t Boulder Improvement Club will latin~ the handling installeu,, d kicked on third down and the Oct. 22--Monroe here ar~ 1}udv Thnm'~n'"J~tt~rn~G meet Friday evening at the David the ~Pu~et Sound which iness street. The lights, 10 of Eagles started their first touch- Oct. 29---At South Jr: end, fu]'(back Dlck-i~usse'tl."]'et-" Carlson home. marketing area, has new were illuminate the street "as light as day." down march Borseth picked the ~ov. 5---At Marysvllle terman half Jerry Carter, and The Go-Between Birthday Club by John H. Davis, A punt out of the air on the R~d o Gerald Hendry, starting tackle will hold a get acquainted party retary of Agriculture, Congratulations, East Stanwood. and White's 47, returning it five RETURN FROM CALIFORNIA Carter may see a little defenaive at the home of Stella Aberg Sep- ber 10, 1953. This ,yards. Larson picked up two atMrs. Lloyd Sather and daugh- service. ~ ~ amendment to the Ord 0 I center then fourteen at left Y]ff OLD HARRY i guard. Borseth found a hole at ter, Patty, returned Sunday from The probable starting lineup Corning ................................ QB ~.~.~-~'..= ,~--~-~..~.~ b a three weeks so'ourn in Calf- at kickoff time will be something D Borseth uu ~u~,~ ,~ ~,~ ....... After seven years of responsibility for the weather, right tackle for eight and Jerry ] , ................................ two thirds of the p~oc Carter skirted left end for six and fornia. They accompanied Mrs. like this: Taylor .................................... LH ~,,- ~,~ ~ referendum "the country's economic condition, the foreign policy, the another first down Carter was Sather's brother Waldo and ram-! D. Erickson ............................ LE Jn. Larson ............................ FB te~'m'i'netheir annrova domestic policy and maintaining the dignit> *of the pres- injured on the play, twisting his ily, lof Port Angeles, and her! Hurn ........................................ LT Others certain to see their proval The Ass~{ant dency, we suspect it was a relief for tIarry, at the Demo- ankle, and was out for the re- morner, mrs. Chris Evans. They Dennis ............................. : ...... LG share of action according to decision is based o~ mainder of the game. Borseth visited relatives in Berkeley and L. Olson .................................... C Coach Munizza will be D Smith submitted at a pub eratic party $100 dinner to tell 'era (the Republican ad- then stepped his way around took in the sights of the Bay dis- D. Johnson ............................ RG Forshier, Duskin aindquist, Ny-' held August 10-11, l ministrati,on) to go to h-----. 'right end for a touchdown, re- trict. Schuh .................................... RT sether, and Jacoi~son. tle. ceivjng beautiful blocking on the ''''''''''''''''''''''''--'----------'--------~P'~P'~P'~P' ~P'~P'~P'~'" ~P'~P'~P'~P'~P'~P'''~ ~ mmmmmmmm | I,OO1 C ty%un- Herds play by Corning and Dan John- son. only to have the Eagles off- Ferg's Chicken ]Annie Johnson, J! . side. Back on the eighteen, the T IxJe. 10- AMALES , , , , , High Producers Eagles gave it another try, this correspondent, time earning lateralled to Bor- ~m~T~ V ~'TTT~TTI~N AT ~ The herds of Paul George, Man- seth, who stepped out of bounds Ferg's ~--M~,~ .. ".. ~,~'~"~"'w--e~ME. ........ [rOe;wereLOUiS Albert, StanwoOd;respectiveand on the Twin City one as the quar- E:66 H{}0D/ES \".~- "'y". ..... IHarold Fjarlie of East Stanwood ter ended. On the first play of Mr and ivirs t, esne wise naa leaders in their the second period Larson picked ~'~~lll~i-I11~'~i~'~'~I a xamuy reunior~on ,.esne wlse.s rou s of herds in the August up the Eagles' first points of the "l g P - ~Irthday. Richard and faml y Report of the Snohomish County season, going for six on a plunge were home from Indiana, bur- Dair Herd Im rovement Associ- over right guard. Borseth fum- Ferg's ward from Odessa, Dorothy and atio~. The repPort indicates that bled the try for point but man-I~ ,readily from San Francisco, Fern there were 138 herds on test and aged to get a pass away that was[~ CHIC[EH Spread , , and family from Sedro-Woolley, that there were 4812 cows in knocked down. Neither team ~ Marion and family from Hart- these herds The average milk threatened during the rest of sec- ] ~' and two sisters of Mrs. Wise :production was 766 pounds and and stanza, although, the Car-[~ Perg's Buckley, Mrs. lvicclennen~ the average butterfat production dinals recovereo a.zumme on Ar:[~ BEEF TAMALES , , , , , 8 co,, JOzl ~d Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Cox and was 29.5 pounds, lington's 26 yard hne. The threa~[w daughters. Mr. George's herd of 5 cowslfailed to jell as ~_legr~und [2r~]~ ' nt had an average of 1538 pounds bf lose yaruage on Y in Nalley's "Wm.week.endFerbersatfromBillSeattleFerber s.Spe i milk and 54 7 '-ounds of fat Oth and the aerialjacobson.attempt was - ~E'~ ~v-~'1 Thompson Lb '~ herds i~" t~lis aroun that is[tercepted by rapes Seedle. ................................. " 10C CHILI co.c m , , , 15o= ~Ozl Mr. and Mrs. Russell Pyke and ~erds of 15 cows"or l~ss, were[~'nd Half , [W ~hildrenwith Mr. spent the week-endwlse,,iton, 10 cows which averagedthse of Lloyd Kackman, Arling-I Arlingtonkick.offreceived the second[~D ~-~ Golden Lb ,m.1' and Mrs. Leslie 1057their and appeared to be[. ................................... . 5C Nalley's ~Is Durward Wise was hme punds f milk and 51 9 punds]ff t the races" Crning returne' " "~" ~---- "--"" ' !!l! Odessa. of fat; W. D. Larson, East Stan-]the boot seventeen yards to_l~lS[~ Fancy Lb E DINNERS l I I I I Can wood, oow whic avera e , , o et. t n. ,ar__ Oranges ................. . XOc called to Seattle byr t ei914 pounds of milk and 49.0[son seven, Borseth eight, again[~ serious illness of his brothe El-[pounds of fat. [for nine, Larson five for the[~ y's who underwent surgeryi The Albert herd of 21 cows'third first down in a row. A[~~'~ "]~ f" Arizona .~/ m~r,mm~e timed o , avera ed 1119 ounds of milk[fumble was recovered for no gain[~ . ra e rm ................. _. BEEF STEW , ,. , , , _" ;Lo .. g g P ith,~ l~r. and Mrs. Ragnor Ooerg and 55 4 pounds of fat to lead the[ but the next play ended w ~ ~md girls spent Sunday with Mr. !division group of from 15 to 40 [Twin City recovering another[~ , " Tender lb. Nalley's " ,rid Mrs. Tage Swanson. News~other herdsin that groupinclud'[fumble on their own three. The[~ Broccoh ,ooo, ......................... ......... X4c Oberg's---J. E. Oberg hasied that of Ted Ricci, Monroe 24[Cardinals aimed a drive over,, IAH6 Salad Dressing , , , ~t. seriousl ill Somewhat cows and an avera,~e of" 1'272[Johnson, net result was no gain.[~ Caul ~ Snow Eo ' :improved. They now are making,pounds of milk andS5.2 pounds,Forced to kick, a fihar_g, mg Ar.:l; lflower White '. ............ ch 15c Lynden's ~t~ hnme at Puvalluu l,~f f~t. ~n,-] T4~rt~ld (~ttom Arlin~,- nngton line aimos[ moc~eu .t..~ [~ : ............. " ........................ the kick[ ~e Ym? nnUF n K The new people on the Haack ton, 27 cows and a milk average punt, and the hurried boot roll ~I~L 1:0= place are named Farrell. "n. iof 1262 pounds and a fat aver-[dead on the seventeen, ~ TURKEY , , , , 1ar r'hilli Omon s e ~ . . w for good for fourteen yards. This[~ :l . l~mest and p ~ . l age of 44 0 pounds per co ................ on'-- Begmore Dog or Cat ~ " I I I I iCan Sunday with ,Mr. and Mrs. ~:arl the month rime me Nagms were ~toppvu | "l~hnSn'inS'ea~tlwe'ill meet with[ Inthelargeherddivisin'thatlt?wel'g2t't~/~nS~t~af~r~t'[~ DugFood 2 ~ 29 0YSIERS The. ,t-ti t:lu .... l is those herds over 40 cows the]fo,,,~a ~nd held Three downs net [~ ~elr club leader Mrs. ~arl MaVt~ ' o ......... ' , Harold Fjarlie herd of 65 c WS ven ards Carnation Brand Small ~)n the third Monday after had an average of 1417 pounds ted taheailO~rsv bUtkS~ no Y~tterI~ ~.. ........ [of milk and 50.1 pounds of fat.{~"~ tS~o nne~before af, ain the[O -Oz A,~nOIO ~unlmann lS. aoou[ az-Other herds in this group inelud-""~:' %'_': ~: ...... Y~. ~'~...~ , o1_ SHRIMP I I I I 1 5 CL 1bet serious head abrasions In an ed those of Joe Treosti, Snoho- rus,,n, ~ne nur~,e? ~vt.,~/,~T~,i, ni Palmolive ~r Cashmere--3 BATH SIZE '~gC ~:lustrial accident. . . [mish, 49 cows and an average all'a)~ s~.oppeu ue'~u__~_,,,u~2~] ~tue .r. and Mrs. Oscar Jonnson,1273 pounds of milk and 446'UI[y mlrw-one. ~gam ~.a~*=~l. TOILET SOAP , , , , , |, O OO Pabst-ett Cheese Food family were in B.C. over the pounds of fat; and the Wash ]headed goalward, Borseth skip-El -Lb. ~'t~ek-end. State Reformatory MonrOe with[pedfOrtwenty'buttw plays la-[. CHEESE , , , . 2,-, o [-_ ~ ~' ........ "_ _,tter an Eagle fumble was grate-El ..... o~ cows anti a milk average ux}.. ,,. _:_,.^.~ ...~ b'" a Cardinal on'~ Washtng Powder Lcurge YELOR FAB , ,, ,, 29c ---- ]P~ LIONS "'l ~, age of 40.3 pounds. ' ' Car~ds it was the_[l Al Veilleux, mar~ager of . ................. r theIfzzzled'-Fr-the " - : pure cm water. . I ~.~- x...~,,,. (~,~ (t,~c alvin a[ In [ne total prouucuon tu Isame 01(1 s[orv, no gain, nurrlefl[~ w"~'"u'~"~ h"v""th~'-m'em-~ I lactatin perid' Llyd Barker'] kick' high an'd shrt' and the]" wmlyd bA~ pound/of 125"Ft" ~)~C FORMULA B ..'~t th'e'Arli-n~gton Li"ons Club [ Snhln~!~4h~ haodua2s'Y~a~~d tha /Eagles had a first down on their] ~, ~de his ffrsta~Dea nce since,oolaet Mnday evemngraWhenhe[~2.5 fat. Albert Stef'[ppnents'thirty'tw:,were ~nocKlng onme Th~e~ag~s[~ '|~a |~|~M ! ! ! i | Roll /-~tl 1//2 . ~ . ,v~ ....... o ,- ~lfen and Son, Monroe, had a 2"/ouarter ended, restingon the~ For personal Hygiene--Eta. size 1.49 ............. lyear.old that gave 13980 pound /Twin Cit" nine. I~ Reg. ~vacciaent in ~a,l,ornla ,a~tlaf~nilkaydt:52r po~ndst~,f fha:~] Borset~opened the final frame]= KOTEX , , , , , , Size 39c , NLr. Veilleux, still using crutch-that ave 13'205 ounds of|by ramming to the two and Lar-]~F ET 3R ~es, is making good progress to- neu o,,,~ g~v ~ n,,','~,,ds Pf fat /son finished tbe trip on the nextl, ward recovery. ............... v ..... | play plunging for the final[ o .... In the three-year-Old .group, ! yards. Borseth kicked the try furl ~ i[ PAPER I I I I ! olls 25e ORDINANCE NO. 313 I Edwin B. Keeff, Snonomisn, naa,noint Cornin& holdina and thelA ~~~d~~'~- _..~==~~...__ li~l a O~mulatlve Reserve ~na Ior[ . f An o .......... d re milk and 5770 pounds of at ~l~purpo~otbuying altering.~n ," ..... ...... " el Arlington kicked off to the]O fire trucks and fire eqmpmen, drew b,ro[z, Arllng,on llaa on " ~ '- Ground " 'l . . ,I [Cardinals and the Cards at their ~:u~:mhg~e~re~~u~l~ th~lt g~.~ 10240d!U~pf~::f, ma;krd TO a n3y I ; ~bur~ments ,ram said c [Christofferson-va , "first down on the ground. Again[ Swi#'s Swi]t'ning BEEF . . . . lb. a~~_. ~una.. ...... y ~,-,~ COU~CXL[ lington, had one that gave 11,856 held for downs, Twin City kicked[~ r~. TOWN O~ ARLI~OTO~, As!pounds of milk and 518.6 pore ~ to Borseth, the eager Eagle re-| lW~uows: " "- b [of butterfat for the lactation pc-turning twenty yards to his for-[ v_~=]~ Skinless ~tion 1. Whereas, nere t.ozore. Yiriod tv.~ic~ht T,~r~n,~ hit center for[~ "~b Call ,41 appropriations there nave ~eenF" . ~J --.-.e, ....... 7"" a~'t~t- funds appropriated as a cumu- In the 4-year-old class, Chris- four, Borseth right tackle for ten[~ latrine reserve fund :pr the pu~. e.oxltofferson.Van Putten had one and then,, around right end for|~ ~ WIENERS . . lb. ~re2*asing fire equzpment, and ~nel a ~maun~ o~ sam :una is now $~5~.51; that gave 19,013 pounds of milk seventeen. On the next play T y-[~,~ ~1 land 640.0 pounds of fat Henry lor broke loose on a reverse, key[~ I]I::I:T e} N0.21~if~ ~as, It Is ths desirep' the cun-!Johnson, Marvsville had one blocks by Dave Dezotell and Dicki~ ULL|~h~ ! ! ! ! ! I/--~ can. o -..--m"r ,--= ~ the Town of ArUngr, on vo estao- .,~+ .... ~,v~ ....~,-lc ~, "~Pk q~t,,,h .,~.;.~ the door andl~ Usb and create a cumulative reserve t~ctt ~av~ J.I,ovv l~v~,~*~-*o v~. *:,.~ ~-'~'" 'JL"'-"''",i~, __ . ',-- .. |i ~t~Utl under and by virtue of the laws and 604 0 pounds of fat Wrllle went seventeen yaros Ior me D-| ~ ~Campbell's Tomato "them~te or W~hingto.n,~a~%~h~Christofferson-Van Putten had nalsixpointsofthegame. AgainiA LINK SAUSAGE lb. ~,2men~neao~,Un~,~..,,~,G~;; .... another that gave 14,168 pounds Borseth booted the try for point,] ~ SOUP ! ! ! I | Can l{ ~e'~e ~una. ~b~',-"rH~-~R'z; ..... of milk and 518.0 pounds of fat making it 20 to 0, Arlington. . [~ 1. There is hereby created and est4tb- in lactation. " A belated passing attack[ --. Standby White or Golden " Itched & cumulative reserve fund, which r,~ th,~ %.v~r-~ld snd over omm,~d Arlington defenders a lit-| im be known and designated as "~u ......... -, ................. o . rk- I" No. 303 W, al~tlveP.,eserveFund for the Purpo~-group, R. U. Herzog, Srmho~nish, tle trouble, the Cardinals wo [l HOMINY i.-i ~i i i Can 1 kRD . . . . lb. i~ af Buying, Altering and Repairing had one that gave 21390 pounds ing their way to the Arnng~on z~l I~ ~uc~,~na ~qu~pment." n~w of milk and 653.0 pounds of fat. before their air arm was knocked[~ ,m~'aT,~a cu~mu~ve~'r~erve-'~jnd~or Earle Bailey and Son, Snoho- down. The Eagles had the ball in|~ SPINAcHHunt's &'] ~'~ ~ ~ -- --.~-- ~luipment is hereby translerr~l mish, had one that gave 17070 mid-field as the game ended. | No. 300 -~m~o the Cumulative Reserve Fund for. nn,,nds of milk and 6500 bounds Amon~ the soectators were let-l A . . . . ~' Cams ~__,~.~C Pul'poe~ of Buying. Altering and r------- . -- *, -- . Fire Trucks and Fire Equip- of fat, while Henry Johnson had terman fullback D i c k Russell,[ 0 * * * Pkg. C OKIES mae~t cre~ted herein, one that gave 16220 pounds of who will probably be out a few[ ~ Darigold 3 The moneys in said Cumulative Re- ...;'VL. ,~-,~ ~'~o n .-ounds of fat .~- ........ '-~ wi*h a nose injury ~ Tall ~rvo Fund shall be such sums as " " e ~Wa*mferred into said fundpumuant to There were 101 herds contalnmg letterman end Rttdy Thorns n[ MILK . . . . . . . . 2 ~25c Post's With Free Lollypop " l~ctlon 1, Paragraph 2 of this ordin- 1589 cows on test in the Owner- with an ankle inju~ry, Lyle Ny-[. Gerber's~Stralned or Junior * SUGAR KRINKLFS . . . p~g. ~. toget.her, wl.th_such sums.. ~ here- Sample plan during the month.-- sether a letterman halfback, and] ~er m~y De ouage~ea xor sam xuna m A. Z. Smith." Pat " " ho:/ BABY ' Dromedary White or Devil's Food manual budget of the Town of At- Co~nacher, promlslng sop, FOODS . . . . z 98c. ~, .and such sums as the Town ----------------O more back. With the excepuonoI| K~ouncll~v~de by ordinance.Shall from time to .time pre- Use '~lmeS-e menClaSSltle6 ads - Russell all should be testback in uni-|. Instant Maxwell House " " 2o,. 49c CAKE MIFFS . .... p~g. 4 The moneys in said fund may be fffective sal s . form for the next con . Jar 7-Minit Prepared allo~l tO accumulate from year tO---------------'O ' Starting line-ups: COFFEE . . . . . 1 PIE CRUST . ..... ~ear until ,the Town CoUncU shall deter- GUESTS AT LILLOREN HOME Arlington (20) , Twin City (0) mine to expend the moneys m said Mr. and Mrs. Orville Lilloren Jar JL,tPt/ ~md for the purposes or any of the Dezotell ............ RE ................ Olson i purl~ses specified; provided, however, and children Bette, Eddie and Schuh ................ RT .................... Floe tl~t any moneys In said fund shall D. Johnson ...... RG .............. Killian L. Olson ............ C ................ Nowak THIS WEEK'S never be expended for any other p~lr- ~oses than thoee specified, without an atpproving vote by a majority of the electors of the town at~ a general or ~cial election voting on a proposal submitted to the electors tO allow oth- sl~cined uses to be made of said ~und. PASSED by the Town Council and APPROVED by the Mayor, this 14th day ~f September, 1953 ROBERT D. MURPHY, Mayor. ~ttest: ~W. L. MOORMAN. Clerk. Pub. dept. 17, 1953. Arnie from Mineral were over- night visitorsat the Lilloren home, on R. 2. On Sunday Enid Lilloren and Larry Carter from i Port Orchard came, also Mr. and Mrs. Ludvigson and Carl Pear- son. Denzell and family were al- so home. O In Arlington - Phone 1344 KILLOUGH CLEANERS for EXPERT CLEANING Dennis ........... ~..L ................ Bryant Hendry .............. LT .............. Barker Erickson ........ ..LE .......... K. Jensen Corning ......... :..QB ................. Sande Carter ................ RH ........ G. Jensen Borseth ............ LH ...... Qilbertson Jn. Larson ...... FB ............ Higgins Arlington Subs: D. Smith, Muse, Kline, Forshier, E. Borseth, Hurn, buskin, Taylor, Lindquist, Jacob- son, Hughes, Jk. Larson. JACKPOT WINNER: Peter Kazen, Sr. ' Arlington, Wash. Prices effective at Arlington Sept. 18 and 19, 1953.--Ivery item unconditionally sales to dealers. We reserve the right to limit. V )OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO)OOOOOOOOeOOOl