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October 22, 1953     The Arlington Times
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PAGE TWO TIlE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, I}. 9"" .N GTON, THURSDAY, OCT. '2"2, 1. oo. I' While at work at the Twin CitYlson, Craig, and his parents, the d'~| |,affi,,=,~,~ ], I| .-..~. '[[i ]]Thursday afternoon. 1DTTD?~T I-liT T [[canner,, Vivian Sund~uist, Tues-fVernn Prestons, at Toledo re-[~.,plo a.ta~g~;iil.[; Avaaoual [] {..)~{,) [[[ TrT/-~rt~f~r~7 A [[ Mrs. Dora Erick~on LJL/IVZV II zz.Jl~ |l J .... ~ . .. lcently arriving home last Thurs-.1~r.,/ n , (I ....... Ill VIL, IL/I~12-1 Irmembered at her hoJ Stel]a Parsons [Iday receivea m]urms ~o ~wo nng-lday" 'She found that anotherlW][rl raratroops II tvlrs. ~eme ~.eorge, [[] Mrs. Lynn Danielson, [tBirthday Club spendin [ ers and her thumb on her left grandson, Dub s Wayne, was very] ~~~ ![ corresponaenL [[[ corresnondent. ][day afternoon with ht T-UTRI$ VISIT lhand. Her glove in tbo[ill with tons,lEt,s. We're glad to ~~ Eleven members of the local] Mrs. Larson (Claudie) of Cooslthe new neighbors ir day greetings on Thursday eve- As a member of the 82d, CpT. to eastern Washington, returning They are arriving already, and we have arranged for an Here are toys tor 89c: KOUNTRY FAIR -- Eight sparkling ! -in. plastic Blocks, each with an exciting action. Sturdily made with smooth, round corners. Delightful playthings for the nur- sery or bath. BANNERTONE TEA SETS, 2-tone plastic. TRUCK TRAILER, with load of logs. LARGE WOODF BEADS, in several colors. BEN, 'the 1000 piece interlocking Jig Saw Puzzle ........................... 980 :IIILIOOPTW.R pull toy ...................... 79c COME IN AND GET YOUR COPY OF SANTA'S OWN TOY BOOK FOR 1953 Use Our Lay-Away Plan WlNKES ARLINGTON, WASH. ning. Incidentally, Finn got a nice four-point buck on Sunday. It rained over there the whole week-end and the party slept out in the open but said they didn't get very wet---must have been a dry rain. The Community Club Hallow. e'en party Saturday night at the Dale Steckelbergs was full of hi- larity. The guests, all in cos- tume, were forced to enter the front door on hands and knees. Ed Almli, one of the outstanding personages, arrived in his night- shirt. As Dale was an angel with real wings Ed explained that Dale had sent for him to "come up" right away--to come just as he was---and he was all ready for bed~. Leila produced some laugh- able relay races and fortunes were paid and redeemed. Cider and doughnuts were enjoyed by all. The Thanksgiving meeting is to be at Stella Parsons'. Sandra and Byron Parsons were home for the week-end from Seattle. Glen came Friday night from Camp Hanford for two or three weeks' leave. Glen had his birthday Sunday O CANARY BLUEBIRDS Canary Bluebirds met at the home of their guardian, Mrs. Lowell Beath, Tuesday, Oct. 20. We made invitations for our Hallowe'en party. Sharon Zeath brought treats. -- Scribe, Linda Brown. g G e They ought to... they make night football games possible in Snohomish County That's right; Electric Power is working for you during your recreation time, too. These powerful field lights illuminate your high school fobtball fields this fall, enabling larger crowds to enjoy this great game. Electric power works for the schools in many other ways . . . lighting class- rooms, running electric motors in modern shops . . . in every way contributing to modern education. Another ex- ample of how efficient, inexpensive electric power helps to advance Snohomish County. No. 1 of Snohomish County Mason will make periodic para- chute jumps, receive advance training in military tactics, and participate in the training exer- cises and maneuvers held by the Division throughout the year. Cpl. Mason is the son of Mrs. W. Zimmerman, who residesI at 1002 Olympic Ave., Arlington, Wash. O derwood and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Bunkelman, returned home. each bringing their deer. Mrs. Myrtle Viddahl and Mrs. Jennie Underwood spent Thurs- day in Seattle shopping. Don't forget the Bazaar and Hallowe'en party to be held at the hall Saturday evening, Oct. 24, at 8 o'clock. Jackie Bunkelman spent last week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bunkelman, in Ellensburg. Mrs. Orr,_'n Underwood attend- ed the funeral of Mrs. Cleora Reese in Everett, Saturday. Mrs. Reese formerly spent her sum- mers in this community, while the Gust Westman family lived here. Leonard Treen had the misfor. with a big buck. The children were cared for during their ab- 'ence by Mrs. Pearson's Mrs. Parish of Mt. Vernon. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Blair of Mort roe spent a day of last week call- in~ on friends in this neighbor- hood. We are sorry to learn that Mrs. Clark Knights was rushed to .the hospital Sunday night. She had been ill but Clark had left that even,he for Maywood, where he is employed and upon his arrival a message called him back. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Han- tune of breaking his leg while working in the woods last week. Mrs. Isycle Dedrick left for Portland on Monday to attend the funeral of a friend. Mrs. Helen Lockman of Port- land is spending a few days with her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Underwood. : Recent visitors at the Cliff Kel- i vington home were Mr. and Mrs. ]Row~ H~rmnn of Seattle and Mrs. Lena Lawrence of Edmon- ton. Alb. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Nielson of Seattle visited with the Orrin Underwoods Sunday. Tommy Bergam of Granite Falls spent the week.end at the Cliff Kelvington home In Arlington,. Phone 1344 KILLOUGH CLEANERS for WATERPROOFING Make Arrangements With Your Local Dealer Arlington / DRIVE IT R I C E IT -- and you'll 90 Over Olds ! Oldsmobile Prkes Start As Low As Ddivmd lordly; state mad local taxes extra. Your price depends upon choice of model and body style, optional equipment and accessorie, ffrice~ may vary dightly in adjoining communities because of th/p- ping charges. All prices wbjed to change without notice. One ride--~you'll decide this , ,) Rocket is for you! From the first surge of its "Rocket" Engine .. the first mile in its Custom- Lounge interior.., the first look at its Power Styling--you'll never be satisfied with less! So don't be---when it costs so little to own this Oldsmobile! When you can buy a "Rocket 8" .for a trifle r b ake t ome mo e than a udget m . C in. Ride this "Rocket." Check its price and Over to Olds )~ou'll go! Car illustrated above: DeLuxe "88" 2.Door Sedat 4 Generd Motors Value. OO n'~ e on over" "~.o Freel Fa~inaflng "How to Watch Football" coaches. See your SEE YOUR NEAREST OLDSMOBILE DEALER FOOTBALL ON TVI SEE OLDSMOBILE'S "PRESS BOX PREVIEW" JUST BEFORE GM "GAME OF THE WEEK", SATURDAY,