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PAGE TWO THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, TIIURSDAY, SEPT. 24, 1953. IF'we Civic Music Assn i Mrs. Hal Norrie and two girls and Mrs. Charles Gruwell were LAKEWOOD Thursday afternoon luncheon BRYANT Seeks Memberships Mrs. Hilde. corr. guests of Mrs. Bert Scott. Alice Thomsen Phone 250W3 Officers of Everett Civic Music Phone 2117 Mr .and Mrs. Tom Personius of Destroys Association Monday were mak- old Bjorn And Bakersfield, Calif., are visiting here with the Walter Personius ing final plans with Captains and I ....- -mo team workers for the opening of D,*,L,,,~] I ....... llL, J family. ~,umuL any ~, the annual membership enroll- Iii~ilitl[U I.sUI-CIILCll liT ~ Mr. and Mrs. Willis Swimme Fire last Sunday afternoor ment to be launched Sept. 28 and Miss Iola Bjorn became the were dinner guests of Mr. and tn~mpletely destroyed the Lloyd to continue through Oct. 3.bride of Richard Lorenzen of Ar- Mrs. Herman Lundstrom in Ever- Laroum home, the former Pren|is Mrs. Anna Rollins Johnson, As- lington on Saturday night in the ett on Sunday. place, on the Learsch road. The sociation president, announced 1st Lutheran Church in Lake- Mr and Mrs Bert Scott me +fire occurred about 3 p.m. and that through courtesy of Ting- wood. A reception followed at tored'to Everett'on Monday nighi grafted while the family was ab- stad and Hampton headquarters Fidelity Grange hall with about to be dinner guests of Mr and i sent. They discovered the hoUS~m for membership, effort w)ll+be at 300 guests. Rev. Myrwang of Sil- Mrs. Hal Norrie and to help'their. In ilarnes upon lnelr return Iro this ilrm s estanllsnment at 2:bll vana performed the ceremony. ~,r.nnn~,,~,ht,~ vlou+ ,,,~],~hrh+,~ ~town where they had taken the Colby Ave, Everett The "pun'- cou'-le are both ~-ra~l "~'~"~7~":7~ .............. - ' . . ~ s P ~ "ner ~ra olrtnoay. '1amily washing. Mrs. Johnson empnasizes that uates of the Arlingtonhigh~ ... ....... It was necessary to drive to the between Sept. 28 and Oct. 3, these school _.weeK-end guests oI lv~r. and Thomsen place [o turn in the dates inclusive the books of the " __ ?,irs. l). ~emmer were Mr. an(] alarm. Some delay was caused association will be opened to new Garden Club ~irs. Steve Kendalland family of 'when directions to the firemen members. She urges that all pres- Hears Dr. Hanley ruyaiiup, l~r..and ~ lviys, aonn: were not clear. However upon[ent members send in their dues The Fidelity Garden Club met ronlsana I.amliy oi ~viarysv?iiei arrival at the scene they dropped]at once that the association may at the Fidelity hall on Wednes- ~:ol~e~Tara ~emmer oI bearo- +a suction hose into the well and[be apprised of the number of re- day Sept 16 The Stillaguamish Y" pumped water keeping the fire newals to be expected. Garclen C'lub'were guest~ of the Mr. and Mrs. Howard STalling from spreading to nearby woods Everett Civic Music Associa- day. Dr. Hanley of Seattle was and children motored to Belling- and the barn. tion already has announced its guest speaker Hostesses were ham Sunday. Buildings lost were the house opening attraction and is look- Hannah'Freestad, Maxine Lewis A pastoral conference is to be h,,,~t~, ...... h~,~ ~,,n ,~,,,~. nl" ing forward to one of the most and Marie Jensen held in the First Lutheran ~~"a~l't'l~e~furn~(ure'and'c~t~l~ing'tory.SUCCessful seasons in its long his- Attend Pu al-~uD ~air TneLa lesChUrChdn'Alci willservedin er Tuesda'y" Oct-bern6" _'New electrical equipment, a . P "washer, refrigerator and tele- 'vision set were in the house, but ~had not yet been connected as the family were awaiting exten- :sion of the power line. It is thought the fire started 'from a faulty chimney. It is understood the Larcum ~amily will rebuild. G~ge Booster Night Grange Booster Night will be '~eld at Bryant Grange Friday, +ISept. 25. with potluck supper at "'7:15, and a good program fol- lowing. The Loyal Heights Sewing Club ~Wvlll meet the 1st of October in ~heir clubhouse, with Mary Ball ~nd Clara Kackman as hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Smoke are ~he happy parents of a son, Stan- ".~c,~y Allen, who weighed a little ~er 6 pounds. He arrived at the ;,Arlington hospital Saturday af- .~ernoon, Sept. 19. i Mrs. Amy Hale of Seattle vis- filed the Thomsens Friday and l ~aturday. ] Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wuthrick of J 2_~eattle were Sunday guests atI IZhe F. W. Smoke home. [ The Grange Bazaar will be] ~changed from October 16 to Pc-! , 11 ~ober 30. Please ladles, bring al : ~'our fancy work and aprons to ~the next Auxiliary meeting Pc:: ~ober 14. :Miss Evelyn Berg of Seattle 'visited her sister, Mrs. Clarence .'I-Ietmer, Sunday. Clarence Heimer's sister, Mrs. ~,lice Gulhaugen, and her fath- ~er and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Or- x, al Gulhaugen of Silvana, were guests at the Heimer home Mon- ulay. All-day visitors at the Lyle ~tuart home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Stuart of Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Stuart of San Leandro, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Pan Reidel of Bend, Ore. Anyone having any fruit or vegetables for canning for school please call Mrs. Steckelberg, 273J4. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Rengler took the Brendemuhl children to the Western Washington Fair at Puyallup Sunday. Nancy Rengler stayed with Mrs. Brendemuhl. The Juveniles will take their stations Friday night and put on a short skit as their part of the program. Girls of the Gals and Guys 4-H Club receiving ribbonsat the' Monroe fair were: Barbara Brendemuhl, baking powder biscuits, red; rolled cookies, blue; drop cookies white. Alice Fullerton, drop cookies red; angel food cake, white. Barbara Ingham, muffins white; cookies, red. Geniel Ingham, bar cookies red; cup cookies, white. Faith Peterson, cookies, white. Eileen Satusehek, muffins white; rolled cookies, blue; drot cookies, blue; chiffon cake, red. Rosemary Wahleithner, muf- ifns, red; light layer cake, red; cup cakes, white; sponge cake, red; angel cake, blue. Frances Williams, cup cakes, white. Patricia Peterson, muffins, blue; cookies, white; layer cake, white. Sandra Parsons, refrigerator cookies, blue; rolled cookies, red; drop cookies, red; bar cookies, white; cup cakes, white. O Times classlDed ads ge~ re salts Phone 493. 1 I II " liS?Anyone who's ever owned a piece of prop- erty has day-dreamed about striking oil. It could happen--and if it did, what next? Do you go shopping for yachts? Not if you want to develop your well into an oil field by your- Army last February ~ Chest X-Ray. R chard C Haaland I pleted basic training Lewis, Wash. He gr Program m January On Duty m Korea I Marysville (Wash). Preliminary plans for the Coun- With the 3d Infantry Die. in in 1950 and was a ty Chest X-Ray Survey were Korea.--Pvt. Richard C. Haaland, vilian lifo 22, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Haa- "" ..... made when the Executive Corn- land Route 5 Arlin ton Wash mittee of the Snohomish-Island recently joine'd the g3d Infantr"' County Tuberculosis Association+Division in Korea. 2 met Monday at headquarters in Known as the "Rock of the ~HOOL the Colby Building Mr HenrylMarne division since World War "rl~ .~ - --. . . . 7 . .~- -.~i, the 3d Infantry has participat- t~ooKe, Aamlmsrrator ~or t~neSt~ed in man batt'e ..... |~ X y 1 S OI [ne l~orean -RaySurvey, Inc., was a guestlconflict. Outstanding a m,o n g ~|~: and presented the plan of or-these was the fighting for 'Out- ganization in detail. The survey[post Harry .... Jackson Heights"l ~O~ will begin January 5th, 1954 and~ and "Kelly' Hill." continue through April 24th'l PrivateHa.~...a....,_...a +~.~ Three mobile units will be used' ~+a.u ~.t~u .~ and a concentrated effort made ~,. " to x-ray every individual over 15 years of age. There will be a gen- ~ eral chairman and nine special .~ bommittees including scbedul- "':: ing, publicity, hostess, door to ~:i door canvass, transportation, ba- '.~: d~ by sitters ,speakers bureau, :: school and medical. "This is a community, project," said Mr. Cooke, "a[a'd you will need the assistance of hundreds of people to make this a success." Anyone The Lakewood 4-H Club was well represented at the Puyallup fair on Saturday. A Junior and Senior poultry judging team from Bill Hasko's group placed 5th and 2rid respectively. Those who judged in the junior division were Stanley Nelson, who was second high individual scorer, and Larry Bjorn and Mike Kaa. land. In the senior division were John Jacobson, Betty Olson and Marvin Nelson. Peggy Brown judged in the home economics department. Ar- line Vroman judged in the Sno- homish County team in garden- ing, which placed 1st. Arline was 3rd high individual scorer out of 50. Canning Food For School Lunches The canned food program for the grade school lunches is un- der way. Volunteer workers are helping each Thursday at the Ar- lington Canning Center. Anyone wishing to donate produce or their time, contact Mrs. D. Gem- mer, phone 2869. They have a surplus of apples and beets, but need other produce. Frank G. Herz In Austria Pvt. Frank G. Herz writes from Austria that he is a motor cor- poral in charge of the drivers for his company. He is stationed near Salvburg, Austria, which he has found to be a very interesting place. Miss Matilda Leckwold and Mrs. Howard Swalling and Judy were callers at the Sig Ronning home in Marysville Friday after- noon. -? ~ )ii:ii~!::,' +:i .)i:i~i::i: : i~ self. You'd have to stake your commodore's hat and plenty more to build up a producing field. It's a tough and risky job even for Standard Oil Company of California. Only one wildcat well out of every 44 ever develops into a commercial oil field.., and the cost of finding out can run into millions of dollars. Standard is able to do this because it is owned by more than 115,000 shareholders, each of whom bears part of the cost. Both small and large com- panies are essential to the oil business, but companies like Standard bring together the money, manpower and skill required to find and build up a big oil field. In developing one field Standard invested years of time and mil- lions of dollars in drilling, production, con- struction, maintenance teams--and the work is still going on. Indeed, your dream-well could lead to a yacht .... But first, here's part of the bill for bringing an oil field into production. It's a good example of how a big oil company works for you. Over the years, Standard has invested in more than 200 such fields to bring you the oil you need. Ques- tions or comments about our Company are wel- come. Write: Sta~d Oil Company of California, P. O. Box 3495-D, San Francisco, California. STANDARD OIL COMPANY CALIFORNIA plans ahead to serve you better at noon. Mr. and Mrs. George 'Aken and Lola accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Roy Aken of Everett to the Puy- allup fair on Sunday. ] Mrs. Willis Hilde, corr. [ [ Telephone 2117] Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Sydow of! Everett visited with the Ralph Bosworth's on Sunday. Mr. John Johnson is improving, at the Providence hospital in Ev- erett. Mr. and Mrs. Audral Moreland entertained Rev. and Mrs. Plow- man of Everett and Mr. and Mrs. Gall Pearson for dinner on Sun- day. wishing to held may call BA6122 or write the office. + -"~.~" :- ..,:.: In Arlington . Phone 1344 KILLOUGH CLEANERS On-Time Delivery ALTERATIONS To Your Job and NO ..................... NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Superior Court of the State of Our delivery perform- widths WashingtOnmish. for the County of Snoho- promise.ance is aSyougOOdgetaS ourthe 3o5 In the Matter of the Estate of ALMEDA F. JACKSON, Deceased, mix you want, when Notice is hereby given that the under- and where you want it, signed has been appointed and has' ready to pour, as sched- ~:~--'='~t~_~ qualified as Exeecutrix of the e~tate of uled. v Almeda F. Jackson, Deceased; that all persons having claims against said de- ceased are hereby required to serve the Phone I621 same duly verified, on said Alice Rust, Executrix, or her attorney of record at the address below stated, and file the I |" . same with the Clerk of said Court, to- arnngton gether with proof of such service within six months after the date of first pub- Mr. and Mrs. Willis Hilde and lieation of this notice, or the same will SAND & family were dinner guests of Mr. be barred. GRAVEL 2812 Colby Nextto and Mrs. Kirk Owens at Mount- Date of first publication September lake Terrace on Saturday. 24th, 1953. ~ mmmmmmmmmm mm~=- Mrs. Art Jarbo and girls were ALICE RUST, Executrix of said Es- -- ..... rate. Address, Arlington, Washington. mmmm i i mm mm guests of the Herb Olcotts on ROBERT C. BIBB, Attorney for Es- Saturday. tate, 3370IymplcAvenue, Arlington, ;( :~rlIl~, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Tyler have Washington. 0 moved into the Robert Rollins home on the Getchell road. Mrs. Tylerside a teacher at the Sunny- U ~ Little Jerry Bailey suffered a R" Shell's Revolutionary New "Rust Cure' severe cut on his head while g for Fuel 0il Tanks playing at his home on Satur- Loo D day" He had 5 stitches taken" ~O ~~ [ I Mr. and Mrs. Willis Hilde and r " family and Mrs. Herb Olcott at- = but tended a meeting at the Memor- ial Park hall on Saturday, where to all of the S.D.A. Church is organizing Super Petroleum Co.'s an adult Nature Club and a young folks' Pathfinder Club. The activities of the club will in- elude hikes, camping out, arts and crafts and drilling. The Path- finder age will be from !0 to 15. Anyone is welcome to join. The first outing of the group was held On Sunday, when they trav- eled to Mt. Baker %r the day. O- - In Arlington - Phone 1344 KILLOUGH CLEANERS for EXPERT CLEANING O Use Times classified ads -- busy, effective salesmen. If you ore . . . then let us TRAIN YOU AND PLACE YOU ON A GOOD JOB Over 125 Placed on Jobs Last Year Free Placement ~(--~ YOU MAY ENROLL ANYTIME T~C Approved for Veterans ~C COLLEGE 1509 Hewitt - BA 0721 - Everett Sonitor is the cure for the rust that starts at the bottom home heating oil tank--deepens into pits and then eats the steel to cause leaks. Join the Crowing Shell Family ! SUPER COMPANY " Arlington, Wash. ........... MODEL COMPARISONS SHOW Chevrolet Advance-Deslgn trucks outsell the next two makes combinedl More Chewolet trucks in use than any other make l The lowest priced truck line of all! You get more truck . . . you pay less money/ No other truck offers you all the advanced features, the ruggedness and economy you get in Chevrolet Advance- Design trucks. Yet they're America's low- est priced truck linel You'll ,save on operation and upkeepl Chevrolet Advance-Design trucks are built to haul your loads for less! Two great Chevrolet valve-ir~-head engines bring you gas-saving performance in both light- and heavy-duty models. And you'll find that upkeep costs are lower, too. A better trade-in, to~! You're money ahead when you buy a C.hevrolet truck . . . you're money ahead while you drive it-and you're ahead again when you trade it in! That's because Chev- rolet Advance-Design trucks traditionally command a higher resale value. Buy no truck until you get our See how little it will cost own a rugged new that's just right for your how much you'll save on low price . . . how much ahead on the trade-in. BuY right now/ PHONE 871 -"ARLINGTON, WASH.