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October 15, 1953     The Arlington Times
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October 15, 1953

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PAGE TWO THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASItlNGT()N, TttURSI)AY, ()CT. 15, 1953. Edgecomb Post Office To Be Discontinued Word has been received by Ar- ]ington Postmaster Bill Quake ~that the Edgecomb post office ~vill be discontinued on Novem- ]bet 14, 1953. 'l~his order was signed by Asst. Postmaster Gen- ~eral N. R. Abrams. Evangelistic Services at Silvana There will be evangelistic ser- vices conducted by Pastor Le- land Steen from Minneapolis every evening at Salem Luther- an Free Church in Silvana, from Boys and Girls Of Darrington Re.ceive Awards , The following boys and girl. who all live in Darrington suc- cessfully completed the Summer Sunday evening, October 18th, Reading Club sponsored by dtheur- through Friday evening, October Snohomish County Library Plymouth Displays '54 Models Here The new Plymouth for 1954 went on display here and throughout the United States on Thursday, October 15, Harold Land, of the Harold Land Motor Co., announced today. will be in volume produc 1954 models. The two tions are Synchro-Silent speed transmission and Silent with Overdrive, vides a fourth forward cruising. Mansfield s than half the Plymouths 1 ing produced have eit~ Drive or Overdrive• The new models have optional After that date all mail for 23rd. ing school vacation• By reading power steering and three choices Use Times classified of power drives I~usy, eizecuve salesmen, Edgecomb will be delivered While Pastor Steen was a stu- ten or more books, each one has through the Arlington post of- dent at Augsburg Seminary he earned •a special certificate of The new Pl 'mouth may be ~ioe M ,~f fh,~ wag mpmber nf a nuartet that1merit WhiCh will De presenteo In seen here at Harold Land Motor[ NOTICE OF ~R315~86 ON discont?nSte%f:hepa~7~)s served t0ured Norway- and also sanglsch°°! by Mrs. Clara Hell, branch Co., Arlington. [ ACCOUNT AND PETITIO~I by Route 5 the carrier being in several churches on the West nDrarian. . ..... "We are confident that people . _ n,ISTRIBUTION ldrank Arnot. Coast. After his graduation he, rne ~oumy Llorary. ouers con .... ill l~u, ,h ...... ho~,,t, nf hurlm the ~upermr wourt of the .......... .~. ....... .~.~j v.. ~ Washington in and for the C ......... ~....,.~ .... v~..,~ i,~gratulatlons to Elaine Eddie 1954 cars, says President Johnl Snohomlsh lvlaurlce neh, ~aro, ~,,n ~a ~o, ARLINGTON HEIGHTS Europe for 20.months. From therelch.~l,,~o T.owi~ Jnsenh Masin P. Mansfield of Plymouth. "We In the Matter of the Estate on r a ........... ~ are absolutely certain that they WHEELER..alsoknown as E.] GIRLS" 4-H CLUB he came to his present c g eg - :- .~. .... , . The Arlington Heights Girls' tion in Richfield, one of the fast- uanaall, rhihips, Linda Reade are the most durable, best riding. ~r~as~. HEREBY 4-H Club had its first meeting, of'est growing suburbs of Minnea- and Elaine aowne• best performing and .roomiest Emma Wheeler, the year at Judith Starr's, O~to- polls, and is now serving a con-] ~ -----o cars that Plymouth has ever estate of L. A. Wheeler, also bet 12, 1953 We discussed those gregatron that has over a thou-]~7~r A~ ~'~tn built." ] andE" L. flledWheeler'in saiddeceased'courthasherr • . ~ll,IFlitlill.,l.ll,~& Ill lill,. V~,lV ~oing to the Achievement Day sand members• ] Plymouth is using the link count and petition asking dinner, on November 21. --------- ---o I~r{~v ~'~l" 1~ type of power stee~ing. The hy- court settle said account, property in her hands to the Our leader Mrs. Best, passed EITHER.SEX ELK SEASON IN ~a~j~ v~.L. ~,., draulic "muscle" is in the steer- persons entitled thereto and H H I A L AR ing linkage• Plymouth officials the admlnls~ratrlx" that OUt to US our new record books. O -QU N U T EA There will be a bazaar at the o... ~ i.. ~-~ .... , ,~:4:,-,,~+i ...... 6th n .... ~ *a ..... " ...... We discussed a money raising IS EXTENDED Mt. Wheeler Grange hall, Oso, on ~a~t'an~l~s'ervi'ce~ab~e'~nsta=l'latlo'n In I~ep~ar~t'ment~N"o~.='3 o~"'s'al] t~ the Courthouse at Everett project We decided to buy a doltSeattle Oct. 7---The either-sex Fridav evening Oct 16, at 8:00 --r~duced for cars inth~ 1-w ' • " ' " in ' ' " p u ~ it) County, Washington has and sew clothes for it elk season In the Hoh and Qu - o clock .._~^ ~^~.~ .+ _^.a .......... =-" ~-"a--olnted ..... ' - - $ The president passed out the cult rl ers areas, as aescrloea The ~commttee in charge states fort un to 80 her cent hermits meAt of said account and l~e year books, the 1953 hunting pamphlet, and that there will be displays of ~ .... ~ .... t~ i',~ tlcch¢ ~vLri.,~, distribution, at which time I • " V e ~ any person interested in said Juamta Norman and Bonnie listed as being effectS e b - needlework and aprons, there ~it'u~'at'i27~s''"''-'~" "'"-r~'~--'~-'~'''~'~ a ............ • ~ #~*~ • -- ~ ~ ,~ ~ ~ U ~tllU ~ UIIIUt~ ~¢tlU ppcar an~ Ine nls excepln~ Lilloren gave the same demon-: tween the dates of Novemoer zo will also be home-oaKen iooos driving through lessening of lAg to said account and ~ratton on "How to measure dry to 30 inclusive, has been given and home-made candies, for sale .~_....._ ,~+:~.... ~ .............. same ' • ) ' • ' • • U.llVt£1 I~tLI~EgI~::Y i~lllU i:lU~U£ LIUII Ol ,, , COMMANDER G W WARREN P WITNESS the Honol and liquid ingredients• l an additional 12 days of hunt- and there will also be a plant " " " rad s'---k The next meeting will be atI ing, between December 20 andsale, and fishpond and other ba- Following the ceremonies at the Radio Station Arlington, ~,~ 'i~°~c ~'~a ~i,~o pl ...... t~ ,,~ ~L~s~I~E,,~Ju~ Juanita Norman s, November 9,] December 31, inclusive, zaar attractions. Photographer J. Boyd Ellis caught Commander G. W. Warren, new f,~" "~.~.~'~]~,~'~,'"'~'~,~'~, said court afh~ed. Delicious refreshments werel The State Game Commission, Refreshments will be served, officer in charge as he chatted informally with a representative of ~)'i~o¢"~:~'~,i",,*'~'":'~,~,,'~"~i~':,'~,'~ of october, 1953. ' served. , [in provldlng the additional hunt- and games will add to the enter- the press• Commander Warren relieved Lieut. Commander R. J. made un of ,- onrnhi.~ti~r~ .f (~ .... ~o .......... Sa~tuhl~avial meeting.was held on] ing days, emphasized, that the tainment. Shea on Thursday, October 8. torque c~)nverter and~'t'll"ree-~speed Co~'r~'-~H~en~).'~l'den~ r(lay Ior the Oiilcers to worKI extenaea season appnes to the ~ ~~ tran~,~oo~,,., ., ~ o ~.~#,,,-,n,,.,~n C.W. JORDAN, Attorney . . - ...... . .............. o..,.oo.~.~,, ~ ~ o ~t~u*_~,, tratrix 309 Colb'- Bu" on the year books. -- Reporter,[ identical areas as provided for in CARD OF THANKS [ ~,~] ,H~.~o ~41~h .-l~ to nu,-u durin~ the ~=~ "~^~^~ ....." ...., . y L Marllyn Tillman. ' 'the earlier season. We wish to express our sin- ~ai aa~iuo aai~u IMASQUERADE DANCE . ~ ............... .y=a~. it wasnmg¢on. --~~ cere thanks and appreciation to |_ A- -- T....a~. On Hallowe'en, Saturdav night,[ LAUFRMAN [i our many friends and neighbors |M J'~-~M. l~.t. " "- "~ ] _.,~-~~[1~ II i . . Oct. 31, the Arlington Lions Club IL,J~illlle ~ Le [who were ..... so kind to us during The herds of Llo-d Kackman, wi'll hold a masquerade dance in i our recent oereavement., ana. also Arhn" ton Louis" Albert,~ Stan- +h-.. =. W--rkma-u ,. ,,a,,,~" tu+- w,,,,=,,'"""-L a~c--~ -'~-'--'~ -- " • • OPTOMETRIST []for the beautiful floral tributes -g ' • .... Imvlted all Lion= .,~n La,t,, I i,-,,.,~[ ~. ~,,, ~4~ iliA[ ,,ll~llnlln iilmil ....... Ii and the many memoriums to our wooo and the Washing