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No. 25 Club Officers Shed was installed of the Arlington Club at the club's ses- at the Lutheran church Monday, Oct. 12th. succeeded Mrs. Mac president during the who thanked the mere- their loya~ support. Mrs. acted as installing Other officers installed Leo McCollough, vice- Mrs Lila Foster, sec- Grace Wiggs, treas- : outgoing president and ~fficers were presented on the club's flower in September, was Mrs. McCollough, chair- project Ration to the Chuckanut ;arden Club meeting was The meeting will be Vernon, Friday, Nov. at 10 a.m. Lamp reported on at Camano State the tree planting on 25th. This district- o Arlington, Wash., Thursday, Oct. 15, 1953. NEWS STAND AND -[-| COUNTER 10e PER COPY Consolidated with Arlington Chronicle April 3, 1915 Bottom row, left to right: Kenneth Sather, Bernice Groendyk. Bobby Norman, Carol Ann Oberg, David Schroedl. : On Tuesday, November 3, pa- trons of the Arlington School dis- i triet will give consideration to a proposal to bond the district for )roximateLy $280,000 for the purpose of rebuilding, enlarging and equipping the Washington Elementary school for a junior hlgh school, constructing and equipping other new buildings and additions to existing build- acquiring new site~ and improving the same and exist- ing sites. Voting places will be as fol- lows: Arlington precincts, Arm- :strong, Jim Creek, Norden, and Lakewood will vote at Arlington City Halt; Oso, Hazel will vote at Oso School; Silvana at Silvana School; Bryant, Norman, Cliff and Boulder will vote at Bryant Grange hall; Edgecomb, Union, Getchell and Shoultes patrons The following questions and will vote at Lindbloom's Store, lanswers, as [~repared by Supt. Edgecomb; Trafton will vote at Thomas Terjeson, cover most of Trafton school., o I the important items regard~ The polling places will be open the proposal. Others will be coy- from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. [ered in later editions. In order to carry the proposi:] Q. What the the needs for the tion, it wilt oe necessary [or a~ibond election at this time9 least 972 patrons to cast their, A. The needs fall into twO) sep- votes, or 40% of the number cot-arate categories: ing at last November's general election. It will also be necessary for the proposition to win sup- port of 60% of those voting. As this is an important step in the progress of the Arlington Consolidated School District's Education system, The Times will endeavor to cover all the as- i pects of the proposal. i What are the needs, and what will it cost, are important ques- [tions. 1. The needs for expanding educational facilities. 2. The need for replacing the deteriorating parts of the , old Washington School. Q. What is included in the needs for expanding our educ~t- tional facilities? A. It has tong been a desire of this district to provide a junior high school program. 1. The transition from pre- adolescence to adolescence is known to be accompanied by im- portant changes in social and in- tellectual characteristics, The more flexible junior high school she said, was par ...... ...... _ .. Top row: Linaa ~.ackman, Sandra Marsh, Donna Madson, Donald Gibbons, Billy Kopp. program is designed to meet Uae in b 1~ EIUDS. Arllng- ---- ......... " eiYesryn~ddbYn, M~s. Student Council I... am, ,. @, | ram. || 1 " At a busy session of the city quirements were met, such as 2~eds cgfanghisl.dren undergomg r ;hon M-~ ~'hili" Pear"~ ...... ,La mn .~,anrl.wnl,lle council on Monday night, Oct. running of lines and filing plat 2. The student is provided bet- - ~"' *'" :" ~o'i 14"|-,~.{bo ||~l~,el.s [ i~ iw ,wy 12 the city fathers formally ac- with the county. An ordinance ter opportunities to satisfy his ha- ~ascara trees were 1 - ~a~;I.a.a va i. a /_ __ -- ...... . mm -- cen'ted the Pied Piper addition was adopted formally annexing terests by actual participation ha Mrs Edw Soper, these to chool con , v ' _..'. A" . -. The Washing n S "}lq flrl ~ ~, itt|l~ _~t~Gll~ |~ MI|~ " [within the towns boundaries, the addition, the use of tools, either in shol~ ~teo oy me tomes, iducted their annual Student]-'-v Lv ~ ~I I~,~,s~ v~,~ ~i ~m~ ]adopted ordinances creating ca- Ordinances were also adopted or sewing and cooking laborator- lzabeeth ..Booker gave ~:Council e!ection on October 2nd:[ The Arlington Eagles provedlCubs a first down on the Eagle/mulative reserve funds for the setting up a cumulative reserve ies. o,n Dani)a ~ulture, an ] A stuOent, assem.oiy" was_calico[themselves to be fair mudders[nine Four plays later the Cubs[garbage department ann mulyl- fund for the ~garbage department,: 3. The junior high school pro- ~! a " Y "1 The follo ing e o " [pointer. The win boosted the[picked up the point and the! Y. i a fund to eare for city building] 4, ~l'he junior high program es- arrangements. This I for president: Bobby Norman, IEagles into a two way tie forlEagles led by a comtortable 19~He~. ~.d|t|~. ....... ] improvements, sewers, equip-[tablishes a closer relattor~l~ kSgart at 2 O'CLOCK anolVernon Kinney and Margaret third in the Northwest League lpoint margin. I.. Tne e~e~ mpe.r aamuon, wmcn ment, etc. [between each succeeding grade ~ers in the district are]Nysether, with Bobby Norma~lstandings. The game, played in a]Sedro Scores l lies east of Sl:lllaguaml.sn ave-!civil Detense ]in materials and method~ of ~nvited. Ibeing elected Those nominatealcontinuous downpour was wit-] ............~.., .... .. ...... .~ nue, was [ormally aomlttea to] County Civil Defense Director[teaching. d~.fllIl~tUIl ~ Ut71UI/blVU ~l UaU [~- served from a tableI for vice-president were BillY]nessed by a surprisingly good[ ............... ' ..... *i I the town axter certain legal re-Paul Parkhurst appeared before l 5. It is a more gradual change | ~ a beautiful arrange-]Kopp, Janiee. Taylor, and Jacklsized crowd, lweaKene~ ~o~ivet~g%u~s"teheir[~]the council to give a report on[from the one-teacher plan to the I tall flowers. Hostesses Hargrove with Billy Kopp elect-lFir~t Score /"%* ~ ....... ,r c. tamer t roeze what has been accomplished by|many-teacher plan t13 be~]Ira Parsons, M~s. John]ed. Nominated for secretary wereI Arlington counted in the open-[~ytUCt~aa~W;erJdt2ere~rne;tf} ..... ]the county organization. [ 6. It presents a more gradual gl Mrs J W Kellogg IMarilyn Mattson, Donna Mad-l, .......... i--*-- "iv- .._2.~1 ...... I&,.,,,,,,l^,i I~lt,,,,,~,.,~ ~b~w I tie said that an organizationlintroduction of new subject mat- .... h Jean J hn m~ ~t~ll~a, a ~ ~,ty-t e y,x~u an Arlington punt was good [or J'twa/ucu IJplu|i~-~ ~1.(i.1 .... ]son, Gary Waug , o son, ln~; ....... ~........~ ... ~.r .... ~'-..~.r]~ ..~n .... ~,~ ^~,~ ..... , ..... [ Ihas been built which ts used as[ter and continuous use of the 3 Ronald Baker and Ca olyn War- i r s . . ::: ..... : ...... a model for other counties In the R s ' a o e e ed swept r ght end fo a dozen yard . ty. Five plays later Mike Cook, : .... [ . .. .~. ]Those nominated for t easu er}f,,mblod hrlinatnn dofended~.,~ ....,,..~. ~,~ +..~.~ ,~,~, | that a complete communleatlon]who must leave school before | /lelela Ni-.~utr Iwere Glenda Clawson Tommy~.~:...,......,~ ~....~ .~. ..... ,.. , .., . ............. i center has been established, with[graduation from high school -- x~uuo ~,~r~ ~ . . ' [me, ~A pumt ~cau t.v ~mam- eneo oaring me rest or tne con- . . ." ~Uuo *~.r~ ]banteford, Priscilla Hale, Gordon ae~ ~f the half altho--h half-I .... [ short wave communication to all[ 8. It Introduces prevocattonal ........ ~ "~ t~t | ~ . ~ 1 ! ~ I Santeford;I~awren~e Thomas and~ .... Ea--r .... D..., ...... r-e.~ aI " ,, , County centers. A Civil Defense[education for some pupils. Partie- . o~c~ u w ~,,~e ~u~ ~,:tu , ,~ Dick Borse ~ ld tb a minus ..... cnoo, doom Donald Gibbons with Donald nnnt OR vnrd~ fnr an annarent . .thi~" _ [ crash truck as been located at]ularly important for those who Gibbons ele ed ~-- .... - ....... .-.-- -- one yam agamm~'~omontrs was ..... ........ D rri .... L ............. / ct . [Sedro score in the second -uar-] .... " ~[ a ngton and another in the[definitely are not going on for ~nnUrr?f F~Lr~hnan~ The following students were ter but it was called .bac~l~ as[rm~ng~a~st^mpkng~ag, ams:] Sou. th end of the county, these[higher learning. , . , ' , .,~ ,_uu~,~,,~ ~e,,~,..=.o..~,. units oeing put to use under di. Q What has been the ma or I~~ien ,elected~!ii[~il[to the Student Council as Burke stepped out of bounds on ] ~ii~ii! ~h~,~. . J ~roomU~an~ ; nur: [TS~2gaadMe,aah DaM~Ssghire::~p2lCUbTega~v?t~he ballm:lackftt~helTay!r' senior right half, romped I~~ r~Ck2r~i~e;v~eaLM::t~s~iJ~Ir. [ pnretehnet Wa~hc~ngto~h:U~ldmg at ,i~room for the SeconolMrs Hevlv's 8th grade 1.-.. ~ =,..~,~.."~.~. w.,... , ..... [tor ~ yarns in eight out!rigs. ~n[ ~~ Parkhurst pointed out that there[ Q. Do our 7th and 8th grade {tlst .off the entrance~ " - ~ "~ [=~*'.' ~'~'~..~=~ ....~=~,,l tn all Arlington to_ta!ea.~.~ yaros| ~~ is a transmitter at Alderwood and[ boys and girls get any such train- ~r'.r Land rest rooms nave[ .... ~....-----'~--- [~'~u ~-.~,'~~y,,~,~[~,,&'~ff~';~,]aga~nst b~earos lb:~, picking up] " " " ~~ another at Marysville and sixling at present? , --v,. ~,,,c za.u out.....~ ..,= ... tourteen tlrst oowns to me kSUDS 'm b" " " o . ,] o lle transmitters and receiv- A. No. There are no such faeil- ~1:1 t.olChorahers1o ICornIng was short on the try and]~ix with 104 yards of the losers ~~ ........ ~ ........ ;.. ~. ..... ];~;~o ~... ~r.....~ .,~u.~.,,. .......... , 'the E-'-'-- ~-~ ~" *- " , , . . ~.o ,.. ,~,,,.t~,. ~,.~ ,, t.~ ~u~.-,~t,~o ~u. t.~.. ~e of the . attractive! ~" O , / I ...etg~e~ ;e.u ~.to p: " . I total coming from passing.I ~'~:"~ tv I O Then nlans for rebuilding, --"q .d ' m? ch-;njoyed/alng oaturaay Arlington's defense once again] . Pfc: ElmeLS. Xroeze .... I ~lVIedical supplies, he said,lthe'Washington School include ~t .................. ~,.. ~, ....... .~ *. , e I e t D l~a;~ me c |r~day school children[ The "Arlington Heights Chor-[th,~ third n,~ri,~A a .... t ......... [played a b~g part m the final} Unoer aa.[ o ~ p . : , _ . ]have been about 75Y,~ oomplet-[shop and a sewing and cookmg ~" "~ ......."-" ~*" ...."v"~ ~" ....... award of me oronze star medal 9 'fl Ira, ~md all are proud oflahers will present the followmg[(m,,~ ~,~r ~u .... n ~,;vin,, tholscore. Sedro ran twenty-one run-[ .......... led, these being stored in strate-lroom. e " ' " - ~ ~" ~" ....... ~ z ....~, .... ~, .... first uarter wire letter "v' device zor nerolc ~ ' r e i | edifice. /nro~ramat the Community Hall| ..... ' ..... [nmg plays in the q ,[ , . : ...... [.ic locationsth oughout the| A. Y s. u - . . acmevement in connection v~tn [SaturdayOct 1~/ under the direc-,'~'I 0 It. ~netting 49 yards. In thefinal] ...... [~ounty. ~ (More in Next Weeks, Issue) mlntar operations against an [ ,m~" ~tion of NIrs i~red McDonald, ac.[Opeclal oerylces/~[ |three periods the Cubs tried butl "" Y ~ . . [ Mr Parkhurst informed the! o----------- ire; ~companied" by Mrs. Waylanl|_ ~.!_ .... /~L_ __L [thirteen line plays against Ar-leane~Ye~ftothl~fU~ed?~?t~SroWa:[council that it is costing about[Com,r. Sam Kraet " [~!!1[" --,=" ' /Starr: Carry Me Back to Old Vir-| LUUl~rall ~k.,IIUrt~I! /lington s stout line, ano netted aI ., . . .. ....... '115c per capita per year to finance| , I n son oi tar ano Ivxrs William . "~ "---~Ce. TWO i ginny arranged by Don Wright;/ ~ mi us one yard for their efforts. I _... . . ". ... ]the county organization the]PIP_ !~ ....... B__J__L ... rat~.c~ wu ["The 'Campbelis Are Coming"~~I Lineups" IKroeze, 1~. 6, Arlington. r.ml ounty and all municipalities ex-[lO UIS USS DUIIg [ ' arra "Tnai~', ~1_ . . " ........ /Kroeze attenaed the arIingtomce-t Sultan joining to su ort" nged by Don Wri hi, earo ~ P PP qRespond [ Love Call" Rudoi-~h ~riml;"TT~aev [~rHng~?n (,~ll .._ ~ Stew~{[schogls. The citation follows: Ithe organizationIAt Commercial Club ~" I ,, ~ . :)ezotell ............ t~PA ............ I Private First Class ELMER S. " " . Through the count or anlza ~F ~ble excitement was,Old Clock Shop, Hazel Jean K~rk, l~i~chuh R[' Fr~ink,./ .... w ~m~an~ bw-ntrv l Y g "l County Commissioner Sam auee. [Olympic a'benue Wed-[arranged by Fern Sherman; "The[ .................. [Johnson .............. RG .............. J Baker[.~-n'~-~"g.~f"~:Y.~:*'"-~--be.r[tion, h~ said, it is possible to se-]Kraetz wil~ discuss the county ~- . , ,, ......................... umteu ot~t~ ~,,-~, ~ ,-~,- r s t d e r " " r "";~ [orning at 9 oclorklBells of St, Marys A. ammettl~~~lOlson C ... Greenl.~e c. ....... , _~a lneantrv dis-[cu e the an f de al aid In pu -[budget and reassessment at the |b, ~uck~" rolled from the lAdams; "Barcarolle." J. Often- I~~J I Dennis ................ L G ........... Brenner l YL-'SY.'.."E~2~ Z'~::';"'b'" heroicI chase o[ emergency equipment. | meeting of the Arlington C6m- ---" ~.arters following theibach; Oh, Dear What Can the ~z~~~[Hendr,, ............. L~ ............ Reiterl ~ . __ I Althougn no action was taKen~mercial Clflb which will take ~he-iirea.larm. Short-[Matter Be," an C)'ld English Folk ~~~" i Thomsen ............ LE ................ Davis[acnievemen}- n e a r ~OgKogae,[by the council it seemed to be)place at the Blue Bird Care next '~:" ~r the ambulance fol-[Song, the Ladies; ,'Rose of Trao ~~i;~!Corning .......... Q ....... " ........ Pallogi{~r(~.Z~Ja#(~ t~UiYo~r~ie~r~a~e[the opinion of the city fatherS[Tuesday at noon. |hJ1 those watching on[lee, Charles Giover; Stoutheart-I~~::{:~ . TayIor ............ R~i ............. Burke, ...... ~- :- .............. ,.]that the county organizationI Members of the club and their "--'~9t the idea something]ed Men, Sigmund Romberg the ~~~~iBorseth .............. LH .............. Beasley ^~ ........... ~ ....... ~..~.n ..., ] ~hould be supported. However, ~ friends are invited to attend. [~ happened. [Men; Solos-~, "Ah, Sweet Mystery I~~..~. Larson ..... "" 'FB-. ........... Sander],s~t~onst ~]~t~C~om~p~e~e-~'i'sreg~rd[ they aec~aed to awa!t the a.av)ee] -------------o ...... ..,~lXietv was stimulatedlof Life, When Day Is Done 1~;~". .... , Arlin=t~~"~;~ 'P~rto. Rmith I , " ...... lot Jens Jelasen newly appolntecllirl~ ,I, I? . "-~ ........ .' , ~, ......... : .............. for nis personal saiety t'rIvate . ' , ~~rm~a~'"eeased}Mrs. Roy Lenhart; Negro Splrlt-]~~/e" . IForshier Kline Hum Duskin ] ........ ' _lhead of Arlington s Civil Defense.]r,lo/'~o variety " ~l~a~',,~,~'~t~:~"- " [ual "Hear Dem Bells"; Hymns ~~~~l.laenh~n~ c',-.,,.'~,~h,~- k~.,~.,,~t,l~r~:z,~ moveg, to an e.xposealThe budget for next year contains] o! /.~ . ~ ~~a~" st ubborn]::Oha~h~itW~lJnBt~ G~orYmf?,r-M~,n!~~~IRo]~erts..' ' "~ '[g?sl~g~ha~a'as~Wl~ ale~:n~[ t~t;teq2:/250/or Civil Defense, l llOW OCt. ~V r Y , Score ~y quarter l vance When the am On Thursda evenin t 29 ~," ~..e.a.t th?Fr~ed FingaI'lEvening Prayer" ~~~]Arlin-t---- :~ 0 ~ ~19Icu d ad : .... "[ Numerous requests have beenl ...... Y. ... g, Oe. , .[- Mannattan Ave. ~oI ...... " . . ~ . ~~i{~/.. _ s&,- 7: ............. ~ . ~.o~ .lmunition supply ran low, t'rlvate/rondo for the use of the city ditohlme iocal t'.T.A. W~U put On an xnis ls tne regular entertain ~earo WOOlle U U ~ b O -"-~ - "~- -- ...... m]qage was done. I ........... - ~~)~z~~[ " Y ...... -- [KROEZE volunteered to move]rHa~ar hv individ-al~ hoth w|th.|evening of entertainment for the b, ~[tllance was taken to[m.ent~nlgnt Oz me cluo= tnere }:: I--. ~ . [along a completely exposed road|in'~n'd-o~utsi-de ~lTle -ci~y'-li'mi't's]whole family. FQr all children - "-~"~; ...... ----':= arriv Iwut oe no cnarge nor.tree-wn~ ~[i,PA~.-,~ A |',~,,1~ land carry the much needed sup-lurr,,,,~ *h~ " from 5 to 95, there will be a ma y ziremen WhO - a~t~a 4"~ ~1. ilO~15|11 "" ,,,,,,~ ~ users have paid for " to[fferIng other than for lunch. ~1 ~ | ~ IDlies "oack to the friendly posi.[ .... h ,,~'~,~ w~ n,~,.,no,~ h., ,h,~lgician. A real magician, who, it .......... [Visitors are welcome. IEd,.e,..._L D:..--..=. [tions. Later in the same action,[counci'l~"members ~t~h~a~a ~l~olley[;~ said, will pull rabbits out of I, UlilU IIUll~I Private KROEZE a am exposed l hats make your gold watch dis . , Pastor Arnold ~. H. Hagen ~ 9 ." . . g " should be adopted restricting , . " au~ V [[~.____ ~..,^ | ..,.~..__. [ .............. ],m !1 I / 1~ ,l [himself to assist in the recoverY~use,of such enuinment ta nnblic[a0Pear and turn up in someon . Ull Iour I ,a.ap a ll~ I.~au~Ia ]. r astor Arnoia ~. 1t. agenynll ,allea DV ueam [of two wounded men who were|nurnoses ..... [else's pocket and other maaic. be me guest speaker at uu~ ~av- -1 * . ~" ~" : " o lb.[_ [ AL~_ ] I~ ' i .......... I p .............. r _f[pmned in a collapsed porUon of[ Mrs J W Wiggs renresenting[acts Acrobatic dancers imported lor s ~umeran tmurcn ourlng a eter ~, tmrlson ~o, ptunee u " , .- [ .... ]a[[e.a ourse I ..... .- [ ....... ' ....... |a trench. The heroic actions of[the Arlin-ton Garden Club an.,from Everett, a German ban4 ~t:__ ~._~at. i , series ot special servicesbegin- the ~ogecomD OlS[rlct, Oleo atI ~ ' " r - o _. : .... Cam Fire Leaders who are at-tnin~ ,m .qundav morning,at the[the Arlingtonho.Dital Tuesdav,Priva~te KR, OEZE retlect greatlpeared before the council and f om Stanwood, and numerou, ,2-Ol,'~luran is provtaed to.gxvelte ..... P ......; .............~;~-?, 7"'." .... f.-'-- -'% %;~-'- I ........ ~.,--- --2-'--. ........ =lcreait on nlmselI and the mill-l asked that the citY nay $200 to-Imusical ana novelty nummer~ ,,._[ events or-functions that ,,.ua,,.g tH~ t za~Hzz,?g cuuz~e ue-/l~ O ClOCK worsnlp service, inere|cventng lOllOWlng a lOllg ll/nttss, tar,, ear,ri.~ ~e.~..~l eh.~ ~a~ar~]l -- . , , r:, - from o,,- ~...,~, v.....,.... ........ n. r,~ Cl s " " " -*-a o~..,,.~ ~,,t~.=~, .,= .=~,=.~.. waro maintenance ot the arK' .. v.,. ,,~,.~ tu~,, w.. =~" ~ela~n n~ture. AU events ct~)beo in last weeks paper arelwlll be no meeting here on Sun-[ Mr, Carlson came to the Edge-[ ..... ;,,,, ,,,,.~ ^.,;.,.t..., xxrooh ] ........ - P.. I~o,, ~.,~ ,.., **,,~ .,..,,..~. ........ ionfee ~ charzed or , ~*-*~ --~,,, ,~-,,,,s-~,,, ,, ,o,.. S Ot oevelo ed ome Crop at me ~,xo~, i~,~ uJLI I$11/t~.~ ~:~lLgiltL~t~l pIO" ~lon fee is char , Mesdames Lowell Beath Ken-,day evening, but on Mondaylcomb district in 1891 and wasl ..................... I P P Y .... 1 .... e isadvertisea will ap-, t ' . . , 15]~ ~.,UIVil1/-kL~l) UP IVIAdUI% south entrance to town Tne ~, .... " ~~na.V~eecahWge wm neh Berga.n, E. E. Brendemuhl,[through Thursday he will speaklemployed In logging and lure-[GENERAL TRUDEAU" [ ........ _l One little skit know ........ r matter was reierrea to [ne ark ,, a~ x,,~ " ~tl~"~a~-f~aum-ofSX00. Donald Bntsch Harry Christler, at8pm There will also be hvmnlbering for some time, and inl ......... :-: ....... I P [ .............. ~H~ wm Fowler Robt Huff, Almerlsings," special music and d'eVo-[1901 purchased the land lwhich] ~A.I~t~X a_~a,.~:x, Jr. [coommittee, Bud Peterson, chair-l~.~Jem ~ystem, js a aiaiogue t~- .~w......-- ...*... " " - ~oionel ~ man I Lween nusoana ano wl~e, In Johnson, Rudie Johnson, Robt. tions, he developed into a fine farm, , ' ~}U~'j'~w[:Ha~'lA'S~u~r" Murphy, Ed Oberg Vincent Stall- Pastor Arnold Hagen is a na-[remaining there and rearing his] Chtef of Staff I ~--------o .... ]whlc.h they quarrel and make ,, -" ........... ~""" e " ' t' " - : . - ~----------~-o-------------~ up, wl[n oFny one person ooin'. vely,,[~i'te~.~ ....... r, .J, W. W]ggs, and Herber tlve Canadian. He received his]family in that neighborhood. I-I~if T~Ya~ the t~,u,... ,,,r .... ,i, , ..... :: ~~j~OrK: Umers who are lnterestea, sehoohng in Canada, graduating| r~e was a charter memoer OZll t.,,~ ~r~,,~ I| I guess which one is silent That's t~s~n Festival at Bry-: or wno wisla to attend are urgeo from the S L B. I at Outlook [the Stillaguamish Valley Pio-]l ....... [right you got it right the fir.-t 1 K~I~ Hall Friday, Oct : to call Mrs Britsch or Mrs How- Saskatchewan" the lJniversity oflneers, and was affiliated withU .-.~~w .~s~o. ........ ~'" m~ ~J~..tuu~a ~,~ t ........ ance~ " "~ , ' time ~ ~n tne~ tamous one-act | ~t~.m. Program, dance, ard Palmer. The leaders from At-, Saskatchewan and Luther Theo-} the A O U W, and a member ofll " i_ty . Club Hallowe'en II,, .... , ........, ........I_. ..... , . .... .o Stuvland's band lin ton Darrln~ton andtheTwin .~--'~. ~----" .... ~'~- -" "~" " ~" " }1 Party I, ~o t,,.~ tu ~,u**~= up u~u~,play 1he l~ot $~Oller, a new- .-..v ~o Stuvland's band. g , " . , ~ugx~=eu ~emmary in. ~asKatoon.ltne t~umeran t;nuren. II c~,,~ o~_ ,-~Z .... .~',~n. ^ Oo._ I[taXes. The last half personallcomer to our community Mr Cities are having their classes tHe was ordained into the minis.[ Mr. Carlson was born at Kal-ll ....... _7. Y ...........- Ilpropbrtv and real estate taxes be /,~,,r,~.=; ,at~,q .... t~o.,,"'~ ~,~ l.~~~a t the homeof.Mrs. John. Ellert-try of.The Evangelical Lutheran[mar, Sweden, Feb. 6, 1867. II -r~.t ][come d~linquent after Oct. 31.[excitable play director, with ot,-. . |.ann.ring pleasure ev- son, hr., in ~:ast btanwooa. Churcn on a call from the PrinceI tag is survived by three daugh-]] .... ~,~',~ ..... : ........ [|~rovidin~ you have alreadv naid/or n,~wrMa~;,, ,,, t~,~ ~,',,~tV and ~. a'nd -Saturday night . o--------------- Albert Parish in Saskatchewan. |ters, Mrs. Eleanor Mattson, NeahH ~,~v 7.-~'~'~"n l~i~ "r~ [|t'he first-half. - "- {lVliss':r'urne"r"and~lVIi~'Sorby:w~o L~nTavern, Silvan-at NEW FLOWEBSHOP He comes to Arlington nextl~aY, lvirs. Anna Warrgsmo andll ~Z~,L"~=:~,. ~ II Taxe~ that become delhaquent~with Miss LeCoc- Mr Crur _ .,t--~. . The foundation was poured week at the same time that 751Mrs, Elsie Heaton, both of Ar-I[ ~,w. ~-~__a~_.u,,,. ,:a ...... " Ilbear interest at ~ho roto ,.~ ~,/.l~...,,.,. ~. ~.t.~o., "~.n x,v, ~leeeJenr ne~a~rYg~[ Tuesday for the building that other National Lutheran Council[lington; eight grandchildren and[I ~,. Ilfrom date of del'inquency un ti'i/K'an keberg, form'a'Taient'ed ca': , .... Y^ ~ ..... ~Y will house the Royal Hotel Flow-Congregations in the Seattle,Ta-[t3 great grandchildren. }] ...... ~r ..... ~" ...... []paid. {of a hilarious comedy These are ,..,u~,,;. ~ ..... " er Shoppe, adjacent to the hotel coma area will have guest[ Funeral services will be at[] ~~~, ~,,~ ~,,,~,~,~ ||: If you failed to pay the first[only a few of the features of til ; on the north side. The building speakers for a similar series of[l:30 p.m. Saturday at Our Sav-[I ""~ ................ ~" [|half by April 30, then the entire[variety show. ~aa~" and Carnival wilI be about 10x20 ft. Mr. Whit- meetings. The Seattle-Everett|iours Lutheran Church, with the[] N~the] Mi.~sion La- [[tax became delinquent on that[ So far an evening of pure en- party for the chil- taker also plans in the near f u- area churches will attend the|Rev. E. E. Sandvig officiating.]] ....... dl---;~-R~aar -- I[date. [joyment for the entire family, b~ " wilt be served ear- tare to install a public pay tele- mass closing meeting at the ~e-| Burial will be at Arlington Cem-~1 rJ~n~-~--Rr~nt [| Last half statements have b'een|sure to come to the PTA Varlet" hall Sat., Oct. phonebooth on the south side of att!e Ci~cAuditorium on October] etery under the direct4on of thell ..... G~H"alI" "" .... [[mailed from the County Treasur-IShow, Thursday evening, Oeto- me noteL zatn at ~:oo p.m. MOIl runerat nose. tl " ~ Iler's office. [ber 29.