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own l~D TT/' 1 isitor | - ~ aae daugh[ les ~0~ Olgar A. Moe, Valley Pioneer, THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, HIN GTON, THURSDAY, OCT. 8, 1953. PAGE Earnest ("Doc") Wade, Passes at Age 70 L-known chiropractor of re, passed away at his Following a brief illness, Olgar 2, Arlington, on Thurs- A. Moe, well-known pioneer res- ident of the Norman road, in the Oct. 1. Silvana district, passed away at Edinburgh, Ind., April the Arlington hospital last Thurs- he came to Arlington in day night, October 1. He was as a chiropractor had brought to the hospital by the on Third street for:Arlington ambulance, but passed away shortly after arrival at the before retiring to his hospital" he continued a lira. until the time of He was born March 27, 1883 in Chicago and moved to the Nor- man district in 1907. raduate of the Pal- He is survived by seven sons, )ractic. Burnie, George and~aymond of SUrvived by his Arlington, Archie, MeChord Air at home; one son Force Base, Everett, and Luther, Wade, Seattle; tw( R. 1, East Stanwood, and Don- ~and four nieces, ald, Marysville; one brother, Ar- Wade, as he was,famil- thur of Sumas; one sister, Marie by his many friends, Dahl of Ferndale; and 15 grand- of the I. O. O. F. children; 2 aunts, Eliza Iverson over 60 years, belong- of Everett, Dora Iverson of Min- lodge at Rensselaer, nesota. Also several nieces, in- eluding Mrs. Harold Hafner, Ar- services were held at lington, and a number of ne- Home on Satur- phews. Loon, Rev. A. D. Brokaw, Funeral service~ were held at the Congregational 2 p.m. Monday in Salem Lu- officiating. Mrs. Olive theran Church in Silvana with soloist. Burial was in burial in Pleasant View Ceme- Niles E. Darrow, R. 2, Arlington, James Darrow, Woodland, Wash., and one daughter, Clarissa Er- NOT THE YANKS, but Arlington's Champion Little League Team. The boys had just finished a fine steak dinner at the Bluebird Cafe, furnished by Bill Shepard and Mel Sass, when this photo was taken. They are the team that represented Shepard's Service. Left to right, bottom row: Larry Cemetery, Seattle, tery. Silvana, under the direction being: Norton Bry- of Gunderson Funeral Home of lan Ayars, C. O. O'Neal, East Stanwood Holland, Denny Brownlow, Karley Larson; middle, Don Baker, Don Givens, Ron Baker; back, Gary ~a~ Gil Russell, J.C. ~ .......... o Wellman, Dick Sass, R. Rosenbach, D~ Rosenbach, Larry Bjorn. Coach Vance Holland, left, kneeling, '. Honorary pallbearers: ![?. / ~ Phil B~'orn, asst. coach. On right, Bill Shepard. Two members of the team were unable to be present, Severson, Dr. E. M. rranK yarrow Tony Forsman Marvin Jacobsen. baton Olson, Dr. E. E. E Patrick, Walter Mar- Passes Oct. 1 Demonstratm For Hoyd Guld ,~. HI LOS .S TO ner lANE AVVAm 6 TO o Frank Darrow, well-known Grasslan Aerifier "nGerman , Coach Ed Korsboen's Jr. Hi ------o--------------- resident of R. 2, passed away at: 1 y eleven opened their 1953 seasonI Igton - Phone 1344 :-I CLEANERS an Everett hospital on Thursday Demonstration of the Grasslan ~xr,~ ~ ~t T,.~.-,~, r~;v i,~llast Thursday, dropping a non-I Ior night, Oct. 1st, following an ex----riifer a --achine ...... vatei .......... .~o~,, ...... ~ -:~" "i conference 6 to 0 win to JaneI and Cleaning tended illness, ine . , =.,.~, r~nu, iGermany__t.vL e Ioyd H. Gmoner, IAddams Jr. Hi of Seattle. The - ~ Mr Darww was born in Bine- ipastures, is to oe nero at the riar- 120, son of Mrs. Larry Thorne,iscore came early in the final pc- I i 1 ham" Mic~l[ June 17 1882 ~e Old Cutler f a r m' ArlingtOn R" 5 ArlingtOn wash recentlv/riOd after a fine defensive battle" cam; to Everett in '190"/, "later Heights, at 1:00 Saturday, Oeto-arrived in Germany for"6uty with/.Arlington showed a good sized fantr DIV1 ~ lteam wlm nne sprat out eouldn t moving to Milltown, where he ber 10. The Aerifier is aesigned the 1st In y " "s'on ....... I cope wim me superior manpow was boom man for the Cloughnto keep open the soil so that wa- The only American division to er of the Seattle team Mill corn an for man ears ~er air and fertilizer " P Y Y Y ,]~ , ' "' can reach remain in Europe continuously ^ ' Mill company for many years. Helthe root zone. A good seedbed since World War II, the 1st In- Use '~i'imes' classified ads --- was also employed at. the Stan-,ean be prepared without destroy- fantry is constantly undergoing .~ ~lve salesmen. wood Mill, later moving to Ar-jing existing vegetation. May- irtensive field trainin~ as part - ORIGINAL lingto.n, nard Grunder, agronomist, en- of the North Atlantic Treaty Or- , He is survived by two sons }gaged in grass research at the ganization (NATO) defense force. , Western Washington Experiment Station for 24 years, will direct ickson, R. 4, Arlington; a brother, Edward, and a sister, Miss Edith Darrow, Traverse City, Mich., al- the demonstration. 0 Vancouver Pastor At Local Church so seven grandchildren. One son, Sgt. Ed. Darrow, was killed in a plane accident while serving with the armed forces. Mrs. Darrow passed away in 1950. Funeral services were held at the chapel of Moll Funeral Home on Monday afternoon, Rev. A. D. On October 18th, Pastor Arnold Hagen from Vancouver, B.C., will deliver the sermon in Our Sav- ior's Lutheran Church. This will be the first in a series of sermons he will preach in the Lutheran Church, continuing every night, Brokaw, pastor of the Congrega- Oct. 19.22. at 8 p.m. Everyone is fi tional church, officiating. Burial invited to share the Word of God l:lblll'~9~ was in Arlington cemetery, under Pastor Hagen. rls ------o-- -- ---- On Sunday, Oct. llth, visitation Heaviest rainfall in the U. S. is teams will begin calling on mem- Drtg~ registered at Wynooche, Wash., bers of the church in preparationI in the Olympic mountains at 140;for the following week of special inches per year. services. These workers will be commissioned at the morning worship service. Oct. 11th being Youth Sunday, the newly elected officers of the Luther League will OPTOMETRIST be installed and also take part in the worship service. Sonja BAyview 9015 Wangsmo, president, will speak Colby Avenue Everett, Washington on the purpose and work of the L.L. The other officers are Wayne for one week only.., a FREE DuBARRY Make-Up Lesson with a DuBarry Beauty Expert direct from Richard Hudnut Fifth Avenue Salon! When you treat yourself to a free DuBarry Make-Up Lesson, you'll learn new loveliness, new fashions and techniques in make-upl Miss Louise Winn, well-known Beauty Expert direct from New York's RicMrd Hudnut Beauty Salon will teach you profes- sional beauty secrets, quick glamour trick .. all easy, all fun l Remember: she'll be here one week only . . . so call immediatly for your private appointment l And--she'll have a /or you when you come in! Johnson Drug ARLINGTON, WASH. DEPENDABLE SHELL HEATING OIL SERVIGE THIS WINTER Super Petroleum Co. Arlington Shell Heating Oils are clean burning, economical and dependable. They make it easy for you to keep your house snug and warm whatever the weather. For fast, reliable delivery of Shell Heating Oils, call us. And remember, it's a wise home owner who keeps his fuel tank FULL SONITOR ADDED FREE '11111 Private Guldner, a rifleman in the :~Sth Regiment's Company H, entered the Army this March and completed basic training at Fort Ord, Calif. o SILVANA BUSY BAKERS The Silvana Busy Bakers held their regular meeting October 3, at the home of Judy Anderson. We worked on our record books the first thing. And then the president called the meeting to order. We talked about our 4-H pins and some of us decided to get them. Judy Anderson gave a demonstration on how to meas- ure. A delicious lunch was served by the hostess, Mrs. Anderson. The previous meeting was at Morrine Torske's home. Morrine gave a demonstration on cinna- mon rolls and the hostess, Mrs. Torske, served lunch. Then we played games and watched T.V. ---Robie Monson, reporter. Lien, secretary,ehish- h....bvSon Quilitz, vice-president, Phyllis Lien. secretary, Joanne Knutson, treasurer, and Janet Hoidal, PTA treasurer, and Janet Hoidal, PTL secretary. KNOW THE JOY AND COMFORT OF CLEAN, SILENT, EVEN You will be amazed at the ease with which such an installation can be made, and the cost of such installation is not exhorbitant. Drop in and discuss ELECTRIC HEAT with us, or give us a call. ARLINGTON / PItONE 201 A message to every prospective new car buyer: @ in 1953 Much fleeter, smoother, more economical! Thoroughly proved and improved through years of development and over a billion owner-driven miles! Production now running at new high levels due to record nationwide demand ! Much More Economical Chevrolet's 1953 Powerglide Auto- matic Transmission-teamed with the 115-h.p. "Blue-Flame" high- compression Valve-in-Head engine -brings you entirely new operating economy in city driving and on long trips. more efficient use of engine power, make it extremely thrifty. Great New Passing Ability The car picks up pace in traffic or on the highway at the touch of a toe, for the '53 Powerglide has an added automatic passing range. Far Llveller Getaway Put the selector lever in "DRIVE" position-step on the accelerator-- and you move smoothly away from a standing start to legal traffic speed in seconds. Important New Gas Savings Yo~II never know how economical an automatic transmission can ~be until you try the 1953 Powerglide. Various improvements, including a MORE PEOPLE BUY Smoothest No-Shift Driving at Lowest Cost Driving is almost incredibly easy, changes of speed almost unbeliev- ably smooth . . . for this transmis- sion gives simplest, smoothest, no. shift driving at lowest cost. Safe Eyes-on-the-Road Driving Powerglide permits you to concen- trate on driving, with hands on the steering wheel and eyes on the road. CHEVRoLETS THAN Full Engine Braking-Power on Hills Powerglide s flexil6ility lets you cruise easily up any hill. And you enjoy constant engine braking power for maximum safety when descending. Rock Out of Trouble Powergiide's smooth power flow lets you rock out of sand, snow or mud whenever the need arises "LOW'" and "REVERSE" are side by side on the Powerglide quadrant, making the operation doubly easy. Push-Proof Parking Put the selector lever in "PARK" position when you leave the car, and a positive gear-type lock holds it in position until you return. gme-Proved, Owner-Proved pendablllty Come in. Drive a Chevrolet with this finer, more popular automatic transmission-time-proved by hun- dreds of thousands of owners in over a billion miles of drivingl ANY OTHER CARl. *Optional at extra cost. Combination o! Pa~rlli~ automatic transmission and ll3-h.p. "Blue-Flam~ engine availabla on "Two.Ten" and Bel Air Power Steering available on aM models. PHONE871.ARLINGTON, WASH.