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AGE SiX THE ARLINGTON TIMES. ARLINGTON. WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, OCT. 8, 1953. ! Big Game Season Credit Associations I .., .., I Highway Program [ MfITi/ E| County Chamber to when it , a nora rrom . . Opens Sunday ]Recmve Charters [I TL r ....... [Progressmg Well; I Beginning Oct. 15, the news- Meets Tuesday l A ]ar.ge number.was Sunday, Oct. 11, will see the} ~. .......... i l |lie UuvCl-llUr I:~ n s s [[ stand and counter price of The ...... J. . _ ~at me ooaro meeting, red hat brigade in action on alll . rfeslaenis oI rout t~realLAss?-|| n.. ,.,u.... ,___,. ,~un chedule l, Arlington Times will be ad- .~t me ooaro memmg in ~ver-[new season looked as if aJ bi~ ~ame fronts as the deer sea-|Clarions m ~nonomisn t;oumyI. -z ........... ~,,u,,= ,! i| vanced to ett on lwonaay, ~ept. z~, JaCK[intara~t ic tr~ h~ t~lran irt :~ opens on that day the gen-/were presented charters official-I. During the pastI Washington's bond program for[[ 4 ~ ~ ~-~ Bennett made his resignation due]:-~'~'Y:" ": ~" ~" ~: .... :'" ~ ~e~ral buck deer season' running[ly affiliating them with the Na-I| ~ several years it[improvemen~f key highways is[[ IUC rer opy to his healtff. Ida Mac Pearl also|nmIsn ~oumy ~namo Pet 11-29 in all counties west of[tip|a[ l~etai~ ~redit Associafionl$ ~ has Dee| my re-[well along ai~ will be completed ] tendered her resignation as sac-linEs. Mr. Bennett has d! '~he" Cascades ~nd in Klickitat [at a dinner in Everett Saturday | ~] sponsibility as on schedule, according to Wil-[L. ~ retary on the belief that the hold-[to help the County Cha~ Kittitas, Lincoln Pend Oreille'lnight. Accepting for their organ- | ~~ Governor, torep-Iliam A. Bugge Director of High-Ion comnleting a four lane high.er of the presidency should have]ing his term He~state~ ~okane Stevens, Yakima an~[izations were J. Ed Humphrey I| ~:~ resent this State ways, in a report to the Wash-[ ........... his secretary near him. Glennlfelt he was leaving the --~art of Ferry' count'ms. In Chelan ..... [ president of the Monroe Creditl[ ~i::!: ::::::::i:i~:~:~ on the. Columbia| ington Good Roads Association. [.way pet|wean. ~ea~tie anu pos~Y-ag Hill, vice-president,. .will take/~,~.. ................... ~,~ o .... ~v ~, Dou~,las Grant and Okano=an[AssocIatmn; V,c Johnson vice-I[ ~ Has~n In ter-~ Bugge went on to say that by]l.y apple as iar east as l~ ~e over the ofhce of president after]hands with Glenn Hill anti'part of Ferry counties ~he[President of the Arlington' Credit[[ ~ Agency Commit-11954 or 1955, U. S. 99 will be]o~?~e~UuSSmn~tw:?~l~s nsts?e ea~Ltthe next meeting. [president. ~ason will run Oct 11 to Nov 8. [Association and Elmer Wood I[ ~ tee and partici-,completely four-laned from Van-I ~" " _ [ This will be on Tuesday, Oct.! -----------o------- In Pend Oreille," Stevens and[President of the Darrington As-i| ~/ pate in discus-Icouver on the south to north of[ Design work .for the newfrat-]13' at the Lake Stevens High|NO SCHOOL FRIDKY rt of S okane counties there is[SocIauon. ]| ~j[~[~ sans remting to Everett. In addition two stretch-[coma'~noquaim]e ~'ass snormu ,[ School. The supper will be cooked I Third will bP nn ~c~ P " ' " " ae " -- ................. an extended buck season run-] Walter A Jansen Portland [| ~~vater resource es will be four-laned, one be. lcons~.ructlonf wnlc.n..was ma .[and served by the Lutheran La-]rnw ~'rid~v n~ tho tP~ "n'mb6 Nov. 22-29. |field secretary for tl~e Nationai[- C~v ~Lan lie development, in[ tween. Conway Junctioh. and Bur-[ posslbJe oy.me :~ mil)!on, m oonq[ dies' Guild; This will be .served.[ attend~ ' - ":-~"instltute ........ a t "~ Birds [Retail Credit Association, con-[ ,g,_:~ ~... the Northwest. ].lington for.r 9 .1TIlles and the other[Iunas mane, available ,Y the[at seven oclock. The prlnclpalithroughout the day. The upland bird season also|gratulated the I~rOUDS on their[ ~ne ~omm]ttee consists o~ gov-loetween ~emngnam anu ~ern- ~.-'.'.-" "=~ .......... =o ~,~s~,.,;. ~.,'~!speaKer will De r loyfl Jennings,] ~o------ ~opens on Oct. 11, the general|progressive program" for effeo[ernrs o~ our Northwest stateslda]e for 7. If weather during the,rl.gm_r way purcnases wm ~e-[planning counselor for the As-] First attemm to eli - ~ason. running five days on[tive credit control in the commu-|an representauves, of me~ureau Fall of 1953. is. favorable, Bugge gm ShOrtly. ]sociation. . of. Washington, . Cities.}Rainier was in.. -w-{n~7", .~.~heasants, Huns Chukars, with/nities and told them the,,~ were/Of Reelamauon, ..... the ~. ~. Army assured hm hsteners that the Already a contract has been[Ha tope,, ~s 'Progressive Plan-[eessful ascent d]'d ..... not days,, Oct. 11-12 on sharp-[bein=o looked to as a ,.~attern b-[Engmeers,. and other agenmes of greater .... part of the program for~ awarded for constructmg the new[nlng. The program wasar-]1870. the Federal government the ke Mghwa will be corn North South and East West high ranged b A1 Solem :tail grouse, sage grouse and bluelother communities in the Pacific] " Y Y "t " " "l Y . I~ ~-ouse, ruffed grouse and Frank- [Northwest. [ Long ago I discovered that[P/eted in 1954. ways in the Columbia Basin. The[ Reservations for this meetmg[|~ ~~ SPc{eon~ ]Oh:~i:let Xa2t9.~ n !~ ] ~i veaMe~i ~ohiie ~ii{ ~ilu~ i~/ii~ I iheomed~ ~o~hr e F~ir dvoeel ~eio~f Smpoeril I ~i!i i~p~ds s~:~al~ogo S!f~ I ~~))o~fl~ dwmbffyl lld! I ve g:i: Ai:i m7 [i Dr :~ Prospects [en,,ntv with tho A~nolnt~d 1~ /POwer resources. One Federal[ e east will be cqmpleted this[portant highways, according o[of Commerce, or Charles McDon-[| v=-- .---,,...... Late-pre.season estimates by [t~-~'i;~'~;,~}-'~.~,~t |agency's engineers would consid-[year. The Departme"nt of High-[ Bugge. [ ald at Sultan. [[ 310 Olyml "field me-n of the State Game De-[servin ;as ho"s s'-Pr nci als ea . ler a certain program uneeonom-[ways expects to have the grading[ Bugge completed his report by[ Jack Bennett will preside at ~l)artment indicate that state-[er of ~he evening was William|ical, while the engineers of an.]Ior Iour lanes completed on thelstating that of the Original bond|this me~!ng, turning the reins]] A ~,1:~ ~,,^~, T;t Wlde: the.fall hunting prospects[~.iley, Tacoma, chairman of the[ther agency would have aiffer-[~ma]n~ng two-Jane sections of|issue of $65 million, a total of.$561over to ~lenn rml_ior me oai-]| z-~ ! btTbp Ct~b, V~ :: " Credit Association; Local Region- } mi .... " " ..... ,, lhon m add~tmnal bond fun mIlho the n mai issue left crease the available road mon |~ved to be in numbers exceed- al District and National He unanimity between Federal agen- [ .... ds[ " " n of o "g" " / g "[I CLOSED TUESD ing any previous year. Upland[stressed the imnortanee of'credit[cies responsible for spending mil-[autnnzed by the 1953 legisla- ', and $10 million of the supple-Icy. This is to be left to the dis-[| ~;Lu~,-~ ~u~-~ ture has made it OSSlble to la enta ne le cretlon of the count commls bird prospects are also good and|education for both the merchant|lions of tax dollars on projects|tare |as made it possible to plan lmentary one l, ft." Y " - ~blieved to be above last year Sland the customer and urged seri-lvital to the economic develop-lL~~~.~~---~,~~~~~~ .~rop, although two factors have[ous consideration of plans for a]ment of our Pacific Northwest. [~'-vvilii~~~~~~~llili~l~i~lilii~ prevented, the bumper harvest|credit school to be conducted inl In order to properly represent[~ _ -- . I n~ t~f~tV O-lb. a~ticiparea earner this summer the s rm he o , " . .. "1 P" g. I the people of our State on t c [a a -. o I rur L,~.~l~l~[ Bangos ~ Pkg Ahil~e~iO:ccOfrr:~l~t ~ weather| Among those" attending were:[lumbia Basin Inter-Agency Com-[W ~'~" ~- _~l~ ~ .... [1~--~'i['~ [ .......... Lar-e ........................ P Arlington" Mr and Mrs Bob mittee, I put a competent, an- ~ g :l~he nesting season destroyed[Kirchgessner' Super Petroieum;[biased engineer on full.time as-[~ I[~ '~ell' ~/r~o II/IP&I~l I HERSHEY BARS Economy Size ........ 2 ,o, .man ynests ann young newly " ' k u wn stud' ,xj~--- ~_.T.-r_...--vv .~,.,,.v--r_ .,,_ ................ [Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hall, Baekstrom[sIgnment to ma e o r oy[~ ~~~" ..... Ir ---vv~,.~-v--~ ] ~ A|~|lkTO Sunmaid ~atenea olras Tim many virus b~ river s s .... ..... ]Motors; Mr. and Mrs. Larrylof the entire Colum "a " Y I l /'llOllIO Individual 5c Pkg ~ for re nesting me resuItan~ vrooas r m or the ast " . .... [Kirchgessner, Super Petroleum;Item power prog a . V P ]__ [ .... ~ ............... ~' .......................... were s m.a~ier man.average, ann[Mrs" Selma Paterson, Paterson|four years this engineer has[~ R~AD TO EAT [ r~TTDT2"E~'E~C~ ~-~..... 4~.,~.~ ~me oIrus are suil so young "_ ........ [Grocery; Mr. and Mrs. Don Yah-[checked and rechecked every[~ nl, v, ntlmlnt~ In- I vun~ ~ o wvvb lV U ~a~ ~ney nave not comrea up r metmu . . . he, Super Petroleum; Mr. and fact, statistic and repo t ' - [Mrs. Alvin Nystrom, Snyder[lously. ]~ Vli;Nll;~ , .q3 ] ,~l~,~A~l,~~ ~1~ A ~1~ enough to distmgmsh cocks from LB ~nens. _ .... [Hardware;Mr. andMrs VieJohn-[ He went over Bureau of Rec-[--~ mxvm~mvv v [ [[ [In ]~11 ill ~l~-Og -~ ~~t~aUel?O~ihTnd~}Yst~{:a2Yes~ l SOD, aJrOh:;t:: :D~er Wood, M r. I lrapat]s?nHa ndon~rmYe:~g~ne:r~ { ~ ;u~ ~[~ ~ .he m I t lpn not been up to normal thus far[and Mrs John Sullivan, Trading|studies, examined records and re-| m ||~| l ,M I|U I tta os oin ,e,o,to i ,eote,, t n..mW . .... I 12-o.. the uffed grouse. Most of the " h SKINLESS l]~[~.yn Luncheon Meat Can high areas however, aw'ear to ~ELL IT---If you have any artlelt[study of rlver flow records mont [~ [ .......................... ' ~" e of furniture no~ In use, try t by month, year by year. He stu- -Oz. have a good/populatmn .of b!u [ Times classified ad[died the potential values of ICMCDt , _ Ai ] PEANUT BUTTER swift,s 20 ~o, ~U'~aa:naarnUntxe;St~r~ngma~e]~~]d/tina:ydamms :2d u~C~l~mb~'alp WW|~|I~nt~ m~ LB. ~ ] 12"ll~At'WlP rlillk]1~|'Eql){~ Serves " ~) a good kill of these birds. [weather prospects. Last fall s un-[~i,m .... ith ~nr~o of thP mo.~t]~ PORK [ l~k[k~r I gll]lIlCt~O 4 .................... L'Pkg~ Hungarian partridges are ~lim-[usual drought broke up and scat-[ :~'~,:,',~?~,~'~'~i~,~"r~ ~,~ t'l~]s con [A ] n| |~ a m | |a APA I~ IPl~ [ area w~th best v ~ ....... ~ ited to a few s, " ltered the elk herds from their ~'ne" ~. ........ "1~ II lieu t'nllt'nl'lLt" kll I OXXTA~T~f~T ~ ~f~%T~T~ l t n I O YY 2-~.iN ,D~IN ~ x.)xJl~ ~=~J prospects in Adams, Lined n and[usual ranges, resulting in the.... " ..... ~ /llln AMllAgnra LB.--I.*] I Whitman counties, the Withrowllowest kill recorded for many| we ~ouno mere are many uams[~ --mlunu~ Vllql@'Vll~kV " VV | ~m nnnllmllll l and Mansfield areas of Douglaslyears. Since range conditions are[that shouldbe builtbecause o~1~ SLICED I 'v-= ,, n u ru r ~oun and most lowlands of m better sha e this fall, and if[meir ieasiDln[y and low cos~lv ......... ........ Okant~ogan county. They are[some of the ]~ng range Weather[Pwar .ptential:._,particular.lYl~ nmcn m:c l~ I IUKS| 2} o:= d scarce in the Yakima and El-/DroDhets are accurate, early[SUCh projects as L,1DDy, l~OOSKla?[~l~ IiUi[li nrrr EACH i~.| I IT i tl ......... lensbur~ regions Is'now nrosnects will increase the[Paradise and Priest Rapias. ~uilIll ~lnemi~l~ iflll[ |~1~ I " .... in an orderly and proper fashion,' [ Quail are quite spotty, with|elkharvest a considerable[ ...... i [O " 1 r v may can contrmute max mum best popu ations eported o er in[amount, and under good condi-[ ....... t]~ l~.n~OW! I~|| IT ~n~ ~lr~lr~l?l~ Crescent O-Oz. eastern Washington in the same[tions, a kill upwards of 4000 elki~:wneeI/~st~c~ur P~e[ownereeSst~ ]~ ra~.a~'l MILIk i/~ rr, rrr, a Black ......................... ~Can /,~ :~e~eral areas as listed for Hans,[is anticipated. [ o p .[~ __ _A ................................. - .... along creek bottoms and brushYlWcrterfowl [ When all the facts relating to|V ~l~ RAI T - 1 draws. . . ] The waterfowl season opening[Hells Canyon had been. checked~O tL'~t~l~d~ ............................................................ Doz. t#~ t3tlt~ It Kulshan .............................. --~v~na~er Chukar hunting is expected tOlOctober 17 will probably followlana re-enecKeu, we ulscovereol~ r,,~w~,..,,,~ I,,,..,..~, .~ lb .. A . ,,~,,,,~, ~v.w ,~ 75 and ~ be very good, with these hardY[a normal 'pattern of very good|that the Federal agencies, engin-[~ l~l~k|~ t;Ul 2._:. LILiHI ISUU 100 Watt Ec~ ~t ~blrds now being found well scat-lshooting for the first week or so[eers were not all in full agree-[~ .... ~" ....... - ........................ -o~ -.-v... -- .................................... lewed throughout eastern Wash-[for the resident birds then a lull[merit on the program, and these[~ I~ .... I ington, along the rocky breaks[before the arrival of the northern facts have shown that the origin-[~ i "I~Ct'~/T~T~T~ ~.,~,.~g,~,~, 17.~1.,,.~ I I T.~T2Ca_'~/[['~P~ of the Columbia and Snake riv-lmigrants Local duck popula, lal plan for a high dam at Hells[_ I xJ,J.~V.tx'~xj--x.~-/~t~t~! v ~u~ i i ~x,x,.,x,~ .ers, as well as in other regions]tions are good, although down|Canyon falls into the pattern of|~ i am I I I illll 1 ~A i I ~. ~. ~-. mm~. ~-I~, ~ _ _ ~m,~l along the Yakima and Palouse[somewhat below last year. Thaithse projects whose costs relat-[~ [ fir_ I []IITTI~ 1 ]~lr.i [ [ TM_ lrln 16-0z. pll] rivers.. ....... [Skagit flats area is reporting mi.i.ed to bene.ft~t,s would not justify/~ I LILIIAIRIr I I IE31 a,. n.w t I ~~ r~~ ~== 0arts ~,~ It is oiIIiCUlt tO single out es-lzrants from the northern regions lI,S construc on. [I [ ~l V U ~n ~m n I ][ .... [ [ ] ~- V ........ h r"~ - pecially good deer areas ot e [arriving in numbers, with a sur- We also found that people were[~ [ ] ~_._. than those in which deer are|way made the last week of Sap- trying to mix politics with en-/~ normally found, since game[tember estimating over 70,000 gineering. We round that scores O HIY Large 9~ ~&VIIT~| | House L~ge 1 ' men predict a record kill this sea-/birds already in the area. How- of laymen were attempting to ~aa z- a L ........................... :....Pkg. I1/- A EJ.,L Instant Coffee ........ 6-Oz. Jar l~ :son if weather conditions are/ever the latest report from Ducks make evaluations and determina- II~ ~r~:~ ,-~ ge~avor~l~tieSka:iotrt and unWh2ati~Un!imited states t~hat anor~hewrn tions, in theJ~elcd ~f eng:n~erit~g , ~Ul~J[~ Detergent .................................. ~PlOs. L~C ~ ~v~ ~ wr~ Centennial's 4-Lb. AI number of deqr~ and the same/W e I VpPPe n frons lraest year erac~heolo~le~nor grounYded. ~ !~!~71~ With Free Gi=at 40. rAPl alkl Prepared Flour ........ q[: Sk. ~=Jb ~may be said (l~wt~ state in gen-[throughout northern Alberta and There is only one standard ~.UJ.~.J,a~LaJI.a Towel ........................................ Size "~., eral. With a generous season in[southern Saskatchewan, although wl~i-cl~--should govern our ap- ~ ~ (r " "" ~r~VT~ Piggy Bank Jar 1 ~)-O~. )| ~ight, and liberal either-sex sea-[a good late hatch was expe-: nr~,.h to the develonment of any ~ T~|| ]I~T ~AD . O re~. size ;~OC IKUr Cane & Mapl~ ................ 1~ Jar ~' ~ons, it is anticipated that this[rienced in the southern part of ~ower site namely'What are the II~ l~ll~JL~l OUZ~a ,,ux .................... Bath size 10c, ~ear's harvest may reach 70,000|these provinces of species ~her ~ngineering facts~ What are the O ' ' - ~ ~ ~eer= _ ~ _ [than mallaro an9 plmans. ~an- power facts? What are the benefit ~, Reynolds lr.llWTlIJql~l~'l~ 9~ lll l 1 ~:l~, ~oo, are reportea more nu:]vasbacKs, m parucmar, snow up facts? What are the producuon v ~m~&~l 41, 11~ ~ ~v.~.--v l~ m.--m~ -_- "raerous man rest year m most/better than any previous survey,' f~,,t~ What are the relative cost am, _ il ~lll .......... L e areas, with the added advantage|they report. ~.to-~ i D/' DV @_ DL~AkI(~ Van . ) g A~g~ ~,,nn n~,an~.nr~ r~! .... :. 0 * ' O i[ ~UqL%,J[~k ~ l~r-2~l~ Camp's .... /~Cans "~J~" r~ r~,-~t., v. No. 300 Boommen Act,ve In NEW PUD 10c ~.~ i.~ Hunt s ................ :.Can T Phone 493 If you wish to buy or sell, our classified ads carry your message far and wide--, 1st insertion--3 per word with a 65c minimum. Subsequent insertions 2c per word with a 65c minimum. and Shopper Arlington, Wash. Lumber Negotiations A~ membership meeting of Olympia Local 11-131 of the boommen and rafters will be held in Shelton Thursday night, Octo. bar 8, to consider acceptance of the strike-bound Simpson Log- ging Company s offer to renew the April 1 contract, leaving the general wage issue open under an interim fall wage opening provision. A five week strike ended Oct. 6 atBellingham, when the mere- bership of IWA Local 11-199 of the boommen and rafters voted to extend the April 1 contract with the Bellingham Boom Com- pany until 1954, leaving wages open under the interim fall wage anniversary date, Last week two additional boom settlements were announced by the boommen's Local 11-135 at Sekiu with Rayonier Incorporat- ed and at Neah Bay with the Crown Zellerbach Corporation. These three new contract set- tlements bring the year's total contract extensions without wage increases to 245 for 26,590 em- ployees represented by 63 various IWA local unions in the area served by the Northwest Region- al Negotiating Committee, ae- coroding to a scoreboard kept in Portland by the Lumberman's Industrial Relations Committee. The Simpson offer considered Thursday evening at Shelton was made jointly with three oth- er boom companies at a special meeting in Olympia on October 1. It is similar to the offer which on September 29 ended an eight- week strike of 1,100 employees under IWA Local 23-38. After one l day's operation~, the mill and woodfibre plant at Shelton were closed again--this time by pick- ets from the IWA boom local, a CIO craft union. O So many uses. | 12-inch roll .................... 29c 18-inch roll .................. 59c SOUP Campbell's Tomato .................. G~n 10c COFFEE MUGS Idena~efrr .......... Each 10c COFFEE June Rose fresh ground ........................ Lb. 89C CHOCOLATE Farmington Lant~e 39C Milk or Almond Block NEW C00KB Nalley's Meaty BEEF STEW ...... 1 o.. 5 don 35c Nalley's Delicious CHILI CON CARNE . . 1 5 25c Nalley's Rich Flavored SPAGHETTI & MEAT . . Nalley's Tang - Salad DRESSING ....... ~~.~ - . - OF EXTRA COST when you buy RINSO SOAP at regular price BOTH LARGE sIZE ', FOR U. S. NO. ls "POTATOES . . . . . SNOW WHITE CAULIFLOWER * * * Each FANCY NO. ls CARROTS . .... .3 SNOW WHITE PARSNIPS * * * * * Pound * * * * for SWEET JUICY 344 SIZE ORANGES . ..... . THIS WEEK'S ]A CKPO T WINNER : Maude Armstrong Box 190, Oso, Wash. Prices effective at Arlington on Oct. 9 and 10, 1953.--Every item unconditionally guarant~ sales to dealers. We reserve the right to limit. RUBBER STAMPS ARL:NGTON PTG. CO., PH. 493 ~~W~~~~~|~~~~~~~~~|