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rPAOE SIX THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARI,INGTON, WASHINGTON, TItURSDAY, SEPT 24, 195;]. % . . I~_.I_- I_ I T--_..L I D.__It_ --L---- I~ .... _oL .. 11 RESOLUTION NO. 168 [Mechanic ............................ 700.00 IRepay Loan to C. E ......... 8000.00 | AIRPORT City Hall 1000 00 Interest on Loan 160 00 Income ~agtea m upset, ourungton ravorne OSO I A resolution making estimate of theI AssoC Washin~nG'i~i~ lI0"00 ............. ~1 .... on "an" ' OU " ~ ' -- .................... ID_n .... | __L if lkT I|F | ...... ![~ ........... ]jam nt required to meet the publlclExpense .............................. 700.00 [ TOTAL ............................................ $29000.001U. S. Securities ................ e~evue ~.as[ m League ~ace mrs. genie ~eorge, [texpense of the Town of Arlington,]I~a~era~c~i.. ......................... 13_00.00 I WATER REFUNDING BONDS | . . ~--.~dL~u ~--L=~ J Who R,rl|n~tn, l~2.rl|~,n TI .... eorresponaent. [[ Washington for the year 1954 and fix-]~i~drant pu~rrc~'~:: ............. ~o.~ ]Income [,,T__r~l LSZ::'IZ ...................... ~ ........... ~.v.." .........~...~~ ' ~ .................... se o 14350 ~l~uurs~me.t~ '~/t~li~U-Lt~I- ~igUlll [worp tn~t~llol nrlrn~ f .... it~ tn Jrange PrcKjram . ling the time and place of hearing onJsocial Security ................ 400.00 ]Balsa .... n iHand ............................ $~'~[l~serve for Airport .......... r~ .... , .......~ ...... ~.+ ~.~ I~',~,~=-'~,':~= ~':'~'~:,~,$~--~'~ The Mt Wheeler Grange held l sald estimate and directing publica-JClvl.1 .Delel~e .................... 450.00 J~ansfers~ ....................................... 84~'~| Section 2. That a public 1 <~Y~llll~. /U DI~71I~VtA~ l~t ~CII" ~al~t~_~tr~ tll~xl o~lu. otlfil~llt " e~ ,',- ! waplr~l UUl;lay . ................ 459 00 ............................................. __ the adoption of the foreg0 ~day night, Coach Larry Mun-JNorthwest League title last week their,regular meeting Frlday[Uon thereo~ - [Cumulative Reserve ...... 8000.00 [ .... l be held before the Go :~'s Arlington Eagles pulled a lCoach Fran Bacoka's red-hot evening. The meeting was turn-] BE IT RE~OLVED BY THE COUNCIL] ~ "1 ...... [Disbursemen'ts ........................................... [Town. of ArUngton in _ '1~ ~at h~ anr~iner tha C~war | olov~r~ nnd~f~nt~d l~t vo3r ed over to Lecturer Mary Gates I of the TOWN OF ARLINGTON: [ ..... ~ o'/~w'Ul Bond Reserve $2983 50l Chambers at the Town I-la : ......... t~ ....~ ~,-~t~-,=~ ........ " ......, --=: ...... ~. ..... ~ .... ~ , "~ .~tarsnal ................................ 3960.00 ..................................... ton at the hour of 8:00 : Llake Wolves 13 to 12. It was the[racked up impressive pre-season She had a clever, contest, using . section 1. That the amount req_uiredJMarshal' Nlte .................... 3960.0(} J CUMULATIVE RESERVES Jhth day of October, 1953 at ~eond straight victory for Ar-Jwins over Bellingham and Sedro- the honored guests, Mr. and,Mrs.J~o~ ~re~l~:tnoepUbno expenSec~ne.~e~WnJEqulpment - ....................... 150.~ JInenmcee o ..... ~2~9251Jand~place the,t.a.xpayers o ~]tngton, and the first defeat for/Woolley and were selected to t3eram t-aul (Helen ~vtamum)] of said ~own'f'or the yea~r 1~54 "are e~s~-!~a~roT~'Ca'r~ ....................... ~'~ I ~"I~l"~ on "i 04"~'16~ ............................. I~41"00] may appear an~ oe ne~a ~ ....................................................... against the adoptlo_ ~. s ~the Wolves. The contest marked[wind up the season ahead of names In rnyme.,A goo~ luncnJtlmated as follows: [ ---------- ~ Total ~]and proposed levy "~the first football game between]such potential powerhouses as was serveR, lne nonoreu guests,] CURm~T EXPENSE [Health r~f ........ 9070'00JDisbursernen'ts ...................................... ~ - ]. Section. 3..Tlaat the To' ~the two schools. JAnacortes and Edmonds. Coach newly weas, cut anu server a{Income ' " !Sewer and"I~alns .............. 5~'~ [Reserve for Fire Equip ......... $363351Jne~rey,~lrn~c~~gatve~l I Larr Munizza's Arlin ton Ea les special cake. A gift waSGrangers!LPresent-Admission Taxes $1400 001 Street Lights ............ 2000"00 J Income " J ~l'~tl~n'-~"~.l~t~l~a~h]t.]~-- Arlington spotted the losers a Y g g i uor ax 4 44 .................................................... e on ......................... oll ~,ir n, first h,l, tcm,h,~ .... l were picked to head the second ed to them from the q: ^T . per cap ...... -- i BaI_a_n e ^ Hand ....... [llngton Times for two ,r ........................... ~, .... (loTto .............................................. ~svz.w 2600 00 (U. ~, mecurlleSl ...................... z~.UU then came back in a second half[dIvIsIon after a battle with with Mrs. Denny Ple rson. mak!ng Motor Vehicle Excise 1.44 per cap 2592.00[Library ...... 1000.00 " [nisbursements [Le~sok~ufOlnlowmg the adop ~allv to null the contest out of|Mount Vernon and Snohomlsh: the presentanon. The mrtnaay ~eo sad Licenses ......................... 1500.00] ~arks .................................... 1000.00 [ Reserve for Garbage Truck ...... 2500.00} ~_ ............. _ -. ,~ . . . ~,, ....... :,~_ ___, o~.~__ ,,,~_,,~.. cake was won b,,Mrs Harr,,,'Interest on Securities .................... 185.00! __ r Income | aaop~eu ~ms ~n uay u~ ~tJ~e Tire. A first period aerlal,iivzaryuv~ii~ . ~n(l ~u~o- vvuuii~y ~. - x " ~[ Balance on Hand 2500 00i 2000 00[ Balance on Hand . | 1953. " " " " hi"dr eof t-he om ' " ............................ I ~rps~: ii " I SMt"WheelerlGrangerScwill ~ril~" L2~'169-:~"::::::::::::::::7~:~ Attest ROBERT D. MI ::~k%:26' Du~an, joa% gBO~de:Oe ~Vne:t~ ::2eT~dh%~n.lsn m sev ~P~ :::::::::::::::::::::: i~: i~,~VMlSfs :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 2~00:~/ ~lead. In the second period BirdI This is the way the teams are ente..a'n, the peop .... :l Total ............................................ $31--~.~I ............................... 150100[ Total ................................................. ~/W. L. ~IOORMAN, Clerk. ;3~ieked up an Arlington fumble[selected to finisih: munny at their ~ooster night,Disbursements I : - ...... IDisbursements . _ J Date of 1st pub., Sept: 1~ ~nd rambled 88 yards to score./ 1. Burlington program Saturday, Sept. 26th.I Treasurer ................ $660.00 I TOTAL CUI~,~ENT [Reserve ~or ~xultlpie t~urposes.... 3560.00 Date of last pub, Sep. ff~tailing 12 to 0 at the half, it was[ 2. Anacortes Everyoneis welcome. J C o e Ijucige :ZZiZ:::Z: 65 :oo0 [ EXP~NSpS~L'--D._~~-S__.__.._$31970.001 :a dejected bunch of Eagles that 3. Edmonds *.The Mt.Wheeler Grange Aux- Attorney .............................. 600.00 iineome "r r.wau'r~w II ^.,. ,....--.,,,, ......--.m ~vended their way to the dressing 4. Snohomish iliary will meet with Mrs. Jo-[Garage ............................... ~oo.00 Ioasonne Tax 33. per eao ........ $ 64. 11 I'IRSI CttUKUtl OP UtlKI~ 1, 5CII~I~ rla~tma. 5. Arlington hanna Bucklin on Thursday,I - ~ JOyance on Hand ............................ lO0O.0Oll - - .. - . - , - ~. -- -- I /2 ~ 4 ~7 .... ~ ~ ~ [ ~ [O IVllllSon 1.040,189....................... 5209.0011 Fourth and Dunham we don't know what happened ,.Zmun\ ve,-,o, ~ct. st. I ,~~mm~i~,~._~ I ---------J | " ~rlington, Washington mt halftime but Munizza must 7.~earo-wooney -- I t~lfillllllll~~~l Total ................................................ $12293.001| A B~ Ch~roh nf Ohrtgt. ~ave injected the eleven with 8. Marysville Among those from here enjoy-I II~llllltlllllll]~~~~lll [Du~SbeUr[nS~ents II ~ Church of Christ, ~,ome new type serum. A fired up * In league games this coming ing the Western Washington Fair[ lUtlll[tlllllllll~~~l~lll~ Su~r~el~tendent'"$284~'00~0 II In Boston, Massachuett~ ,"squad roared back on the grid- Friday, Burlington travels to Ar- on Saturday were Miss Doris| II$11111111111111L:=:::=~::==~L:::~==~iillTru~k E~a~ense .... 10oo'0o II SUNDAY SCHOOL ..................................... 11, iron, stopped every assault on llington in expectation of eontin- Marshall Mr. and Mrs. Walter[ II$IIHII[IIIIIII~~:~ll [Grader Expense iii 500100 II SUNDAY SERVICE ............................. 11.-, ~heir goal-line, and then counted[ uing their winning streak. Ed- Tungate,' the F. R. Bradley fam-/HIIIIIIIII~IIIII er ........................ :: t lTestimonial meetly Wednesday at 8 p.m. Reading Room: ~twie~ and converted once forjmonds goes to Marysville in ily, Mr: and Mrs. Hal Sundberg/ II~tllllllllflfll|l - JMlsc. EXl~e'nse ...................... 500"00 I I edifice---open Monday 2 to4 p.m. and Wedn~day 2 to 4 and 6:45 ~their spine-tingling win Sopho-[what should be a breather, Sno- and the Evert Ostrom family. I IH$11]I]ItIlUll J [1 t[Labr & Materiais~i:i~i~"3263~00 I I ~ordlally invited to att~la~ rmore fullback John Larson eli-lhomish opens at Anaeortes, test-. Local folks will be interested lllmlllllllllllllll I " ~ u II1 TOTAL STREE'*" -- II services~ freeuse of the Re~dlng Room. mnaxed a 65 yard drive with a ling the Seahawks early, and Mt. in learning that Mrs. LinniellHIIIIIlllllllllll I "~ HI EXPENSE ..... .t ........... $12293.0011 christian science programs from The Mother Church in Boston ~twenty yard dash through the]Vernon and Sedro:Wooney tangle Pierson is convalescing at thel IHIIIIIII$11IIII I I [ Ilnc^--~GARBAGE DEPARTMENT [I broadcast Sunday mornings ~t 9 o'clock fro~ Station KJR, Seattl~ "-line for a third period score. The lto complete the slate. I home of her daughter Myrtle in JJ[[[[J[[JJJJ~JJJ|J [ [ [ |Reve'~':ue ................................. $100000~1 ~tl'y for point was missed, LarsonI~]Oregon. l l|llllfllllflllllll I I IIBalance on Hand ............ :7 ....... :Z 20oo:001 !being short of the goal but notl! II The Oso P T A will meetlll~ll I I I I - t 1 -------~ - , ' J.~ a ................................................ $12000.00 by much. Jim Corning s recoveryJJ Ebeu-Lake Rileu JlWednesday, Sept. 30th at the/]|~/i,i,,~]iJ [ t i iDlsbursements ]i ]~'~ ~of a Bellevue fumble in the final I z~utvy-_~t~r~, ~v~y Ilsrhool house It is honed to havelt|~ T//~II I I I [Superintendent ............. $3840.00 , II ~' u, I[~i ~ "J~.rlod set up. Arhngton's wl. .ll ]la" good turn out. The*" members[ I1~1111 I II ............................... I/ . r Lnmg points DICK ~orsetn, neia lni! i,.~v~ b..~ ~. ..... ~annin- fruit' ,..~......n, ~ ' ~ ~Treasurer ............................ -~-"" ,| ~~~ P~PP~i ~eheek throughout much of thet. Thursday VlSltorswith M r.andJand vegetables for the school[ J|JJmJJJHJJJJJJ|J J j j Jclerl~l ................................ 140o.00 I| ~ll~~~_L~d ~'~t~t~i| ~game oy the slow going of the lMrs. ~oloerg were ~v~r. anu virs.i ..... ~. I lllllllllllHillll|l I ~1 [ i~upp es .............................. 400.00 II ~Dg_a~~'Its- .~ _ll[~ -- ...... - - d so Rod liUn~=n" Truck Expense 1300 00 Warren Thorn son an n field, broke loose for a thirty P " " Mlsc Ex ense ................... ::yard gain. Larson was called on hey and Mrs. Thom pson's sisterJ,^LeRoyMe~tt lS.hoonme on fur~l ~l[JJ[[[[llJll ~JCum'ulatl~e Reserve"~i~:ii145~i0~ I~ ~~1~ BAGS for the final ,,ards and Little-land brother-in-law, mr. and MrS.l,UU~- ,~u...~ u, ~ ..... z ...... i IIIIlllllllmllll|l -/_-~-~~:::~ili ------ il ~ - "-- -- o ~ . A ~ohn bucked his way for the lastlRude of Whldbey. Mr. and Mrs.lweeK- I U~III$1111~~~I TOT L ............................................ $I2000.0011 ~,,~, ~,,,,,.. t-~.-....~ n-,,,t,o,, ~,o. WATER DEPAHTMENT ~ ~ " ~ ~ " I " .six feet. On the try for point Lar- Henry Friddle o f Arlington[ Mr. Bill Phelps is a patient at -'~[[[[]~~~ [Income /I ..... ~ ............. ..... son faked his way into the line,]Heights visited Sunday with thelthe Arlington hospital. [ f "N [Revenue ............................................ $21000.00]| ~"~..-~,~.~1]11,~ ~-~ ~-~....,~ ~"~..-~.dl. Solber s Balance on Hand 300000 lateraled to Borseth, with Borseth g J Mr Louie Stubb of Norman was[ | ri/r ~1~/ J [U S Securities ............................ "^~^'^ j| ~.~ml[.~q.~dr~[~ ~d~L romping untouched into the end] Mr. and Mrs. John Woinardla visitor of the George AndersonsI / I~--I~ I~--/i/ / IDefl~lt on Loan"::::::::":"::::::::::::: 0: 01i P~ ou~t~ and Halt~llo~- and Mrs Neel lan on atteno ~ ~ ~ , -- ;zone for the winning point. Y P " on Sunday. I ........ ------- Agai w belonge t Ar-J J Mr and Mrs cn fl J"lr - Jnisbursements " JJ SPECIAL 0N-QUARTSI ....... n the in d o ing the Western Washington Fair as Wasson o Total ...................................... $29000 00 lin_~.on's defensive Hne. Belle-jatPuyallupT:e~daY'schmid andJSeatt'le spent the week-end withl | ~/~l ~ J J~ePr~r~tendent .............. $42~0~00~0 II While they Last .] .................. : ................. Doz. rues ground attac netted a the latter s parents, Mr and Mrs wr r ................................. " ........................................ measly eighteen yards, an aver-JdaughteereSnment t~oEd~e~ndSM~']i~red Jenner and Mr. ~;~asson en:J [I -A.W LL FORN CEJ fS~pp1~er~r ....................... 55~.0000 I LOCKERS AVAILABLE age of .75 yards a try. That typel~ ~ ..... '.~ .. .~ ~" .. 'ljoyed the bird season while here.I \ ,/ |Chemicals ...:::::::i::::::::::[:[ 100:0~ }i ..................... V ~cnmlasramer'lv~r t~e'nage'[ ' Pwernl l emt I! ~of yardage is hard t see' e eat: ~ cel~::~e -~t b l?{n~sma Mr and Mrs Chas Evans and J Hi~!I ......................... ~mthesaB~leer%SecoP~'mmTWeenty I~r 1~e fra~,,llYaenj?YeDdarSreel~tgonthe sub! WlNKES HARDWARE ::::::::::::2 ARLINGTON MODERN COLD The Arlington line, picked up 55 ..... P * .- I day I ARLINGTON ]__ a .=..=..:...: ............. II PHONE 324 yards andlost37yards. Thelos.[we~nesa.ay. ~lnner guests rrl-I Miss Shirley Mortensen and[ ' t~aoor e~ zaar, ermm ........ "~zzz.~u I~ h i tlebetter luckldaY evening at the Bunten homel " " ' /~.~~~~ ~" - ~~~~~~~~l ~ ~ ~~~rs ad a It Miss Ernestlne Smith were co ~throu'-h the air, firin- eleven were Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Cutting hostesses to a bridal shower at ~tim~"~ and hitting tl~ target[~rC:th~?:~ TheYachadn J~S:pr~o[the Mortensen home last Friday[O NESTLES FAMOUS " CAMPBELL ~hree times, picking up 68 yards,[ ............ at evening complimenting Miss '''~ ........... ~" Oz -- 's . ~ .. :~dT~9~;~?d~osS~onhiVc~u~nntrUnr~!i~~e~rw, mngt:enP~M~~W~, H 2K00COLAI"EBITEs " .6Pkg 9c T?cI ATOJUICE..46A .Lb PEAS .2 the ground. Larson carried the Colby of Arlin.gton; Saturday SHORTENING . . . . 73c Pic. ...... oval 21 times, netting 94 tough forenoon and en]oyea a cuPl~ :yards, averaging 4.5 per try. coIIee with her anu Mr. t:o y JUNE ROSE SALAD CAMPBELL'S--ALL KINDS ~][~eth, used mainly as a decoy, an(~ Jonn ~IIng. ~ DRESSING ---4ac SOUPS- . . . . -Eaoh"l .carried a dozen times, averaging . i~r. 0onn ~arey tOOK mrs. ~arey ~ --_~ t~.5yards on his total of 78 ~vards to bea[tle ivlonaay for a mealea~. ~"-~" D ~m-~...--__ WITH FREE BOX OF CRAYONS LIBBY'S FULL SECTION &~ained. Taylor carried the ball checkup. She. has been fee.hag ~i~ ,l!i:~,~ , L~ge :ten times, netted twenty aver unclertneweamerIorsomeume. ~ , .... CH RI0S . . . Si.e22C " No Raged two yards. Arlington threw Mr. Del Waugh has employ- I[~~,.....I,..~; J * GRAPEFRUIT . . . . .seven passes, completed three for merit attne ~,ynnwoo~ SChOOl. ,~e ~~';*-~_. ] BE PEPPY WITH H1LLSDALE HALP SLICES { R~llevu~'~yards totaling~a v~rdS 225 yards to homeariveShereaeKeachanaday.Irtn irom nls ~'~.'~J_A~'~~ KELLOGG PEP . . . . L~gepkg. 20c PINEAPPLE . . . . . ~2I/z ~! M,,.,i?~ ~,~n Pist ..... ~'o'~ Mrs. Louise Wanlmer spen -~ -- - T'" ~ .:,~ . _y .... ,""~the week-end in Seattle with her.~.. .... . ""o. , JUNE ROSE--LB. 98c--S-OZ. 55e DOXSEE WHIT~ MEAT ~i -Oz. plenty ............................... oz praise ior the work OI.~ .... h+,~.~ ~A'r~ C'~rl wo~t~r and Any cna,n sow operator can ,i,e genu,ne BLACK TEA ..... 29c MINCED CLAMS ,i the hnemen, wlth Dlck Erlckson ~a_~~ ~,~.~.....~,~ .... "~ *~"~ir ~am hard-chromed OREGON Ch:pper Chain and Larry Olsen receiving an ex- ;];~o "~r. ,~J,~et,~v hrn, rrht her eas ly, quickly and correctly. Easy fd,ng NORTHERN Ira backslap, but stated that ~."..~.~. c*',','.~a~'~,~,~',~n~'-~'''- "" is designed rlghl inlo OREGON Chipper SWI~T'S downfield blockin~ and timing, in "~'.'~ "~'"?~-~.~'~'-': ~" .... Chaln's fomous Fast-F~e Tooth, ond COUnt C . -Of ){ ar s*,H *n noo o* ago _.rnon %,uC NAPKINS .... 14 CORN BEEF .... | 2 ' lana [ormerly ol thiS com ~.~.,....., .... + , " filing necessary For more time on the PRICED TO CLEAR " .q,,u.=,,=n~. " It" andnow hvlng'" in Seattle " FP~ANCO-AMERICAN ......... Y ..... , job, for ~ss treque.t ond easier filing, xne ~agles iumoleo no less are the roua arents OI twlns a , ha r than six .......... umes, losing me .an boy and,Pa .irlP sawPU' OREGON Ch'pp.,C. io on ,ou LOCKER CARTONS . . . Pk, 29c SPAGHETTI . . . '2" l~ce, with one going for a touch- ~ ~'~ -" ~'"'" - ...... down. Arlington's anti-aircraft L~dies' Aid Fall Sale ~ q/~g~2*.~ Y.t PLEASE LIBBY'S defense showed improvement al- Themembers of the Salem ~D~,F|UN~|~UC"O~ DOG FOOD . . . . .3c= 25 SAUERKRAUT . 19 cTall ~- Lge No le ' Aid will hold'n~m~,i~a,~,r,o.,~,,~ so, the Eagles picking off three Lutheran Lad" s , of Bellevue's elevefi passes. The their Fall Sale on WednesdayI ~.~,,~,o~.,~c~.~.~. QT 1.10--~ GAL. 1.75--GALl 2.98 HUNT'S Eagles also led in penalties for evening, September 30, in the] Complete Saw Service GLO COAT . . ,...p, 65c TOMATOES . . . . . ,0,0 ],. lhe second straight game, losing Memorial Hall, at 8:00 o clock, n.,,.L~.,~-- H .... h F,, ;,,m--" 25 yards t five' Arlingtn made There will be wlen quilts and } ~attm"" "ihmucssT L~luq~"'~nt ~ ~" "" 'RH] lli ,ourteen first downs a dozen on articles too numerous to mention 6nml~nv " dAII the ground and two by air. Belle- made by the ladies for sale A -----r-.-. I~ rue managed but five, with I~ur bake sale will be included. The Il ARLIN%T:)ONN 2A4101~PORT [W coming on the ground. ---------- community is invited. I~[~ , i hi ," BeZ Lb. II, Ii ,01' iJ E E ~ li Lb. I] ]7";:,;:;,,, ]; ;ifliiiPManning's ICan li 0 CRISP, SOLID ~. 4.25 " - : a LETTU' Meats i = L~ge I r) iivv. a ~ a Head .................... :.. i ___ ~ Lb. " ........ Each Pound Makes 5 Qts. lb. ~C ' I the "fly By Night" Class. : / 4 69c Skinless 5o 4lb 1.29 lb" The growth and development of the largest scenic post card business in the Northwest has made it necessary during the past years to discontinue per- sonal portrait work. However with the entry into the business of our son, Clif- ford Ellis, we are again resuming this type of work. At the present no space is avaflat)le for studio work. However, we are now open for engagements for home portrait work and our facilities for handling portraits of children are unsurpassed. This work is available in color as well as standard black and white. Our charges are sensible and fair to you, and REMEMBER---You take no chances when you deal with 515 Olympic Ave. Phone 1241 Studio Portraits After October 1st Home Portraits -- NOW Bag GOLDEN BANTAM Dozen ..................... Carrots ....... 3 lbs. 25c Salad Vegeta !es pkg'. 10c Tokay Gr pes .... lb. lOc 4 OZo Misson Brand - - 16 Misson Brand - - Pork Sugar Cured Lb. Lb. Lb. THIS WEEK'S JACKPOT WINNER: Mrs. Elmer Waugh R. 5, Arlington Prices effective at Arlington on September 25 and 26, 1953.--Every item teed. No sales te dealers. We reserve the right te limit.