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i 10S0 COMMUNITY ARLINGTON HTS. I SILVANA I WHITE HORSE TheaA/ .g,o. 5 I Mrs Nellie George, cur. Mrs J B Norman, GE 5-2329 ]Mrs Irene Vcgnild, corr.] Mrs. M. Fleming, corr. Thu sd y, Oct. 26, 1961. [ ..... ,. ' .......... [ GE 5-2d62 [ ~ " -- Cattlemen - zr .111 t., .11 .11 . ,11 111 ~ n __ [ Mr. Leland Whitman of Seat- i-~.~||.-..u,~--,m P....'.. I ~-'--- What started out ass happy ~.,OUn[y lear Ula touncll AaOptS Inauowe en rany I tle took his parents, Mr. and aAassuw~;~;u inset lMr. cmd Mrs. Ole Rued ]hunting expedition early Sun-q, I| |I ~_ I o | I IMrs. L.C. Whitman and his sis- a. Wlr * 11. fq / [To Note Golden [day morning ended in tragedyi|0 ][~o|~re~er~le l-~ " l-~ Rlldo'et ],~[ ]~Ale N~v ~ [ te~.- Berdinia .Rhynard, on a va- ai~k[ ~le|~ats ~|DD ]Wedding Krmiver~ry [Monday evening when the body[ ......... vv ....-- .... ,.. , .~v. __v_ . .--_.. , cation to t~al~arv mavina nere .-" , ........ I nf 'Pirnnthv 1~rl Willlam~ I.~ Jerry IVlcAiee, ~irector, ~no- ~" ] " ' ~" Y' ~'" I Upen nuse will De nero on| ........... " .................. " homish Count Cattlemen As rs , on Oct 7th to VlSlt a cousin of Plans are going ahead for the ear old was brou ht out from Y " Hoglund, eleven yea The 1962 Budget for theI The Darrlngton Firemen sl " " " ' I ISunda afternoon October 29th Y " , g an w " , Mr. Whitman who resides in annual Hal[owe en party to be Y" ' ' Se alson Creek on Lain son SOclatlon announced today that rolled a 198 game.in B : To n of Darrlngton was adopt- Hallowe en Party noted else- that ~itv ,r .... ~,~, .... ~.,.~ ~...~ .... ~.~ ^..~ ..... ~_,~..~ in Viking Hall, honoring Mr. o,ng^ .~.^~ ,.~ ,.~.~ .~,...~ P" the Association has toined the t t,eague ior a total oi ~oa eu at rne Hearing held on uct. [,vh,~r,~ i. thee {~,,, ,~ o..+ ,,.. I ....... ,...,--v~- ...... ~ .... L"" ,j=,u ~t .,~ .~.L;,sy,,,_.L~,~,,.~I and Mrs. Ole Roal on the oc-I ""~'s=, ~'"~'? "= "#~' ~"~' "Y'. ~Ua~t o,a xxr~,~.,,,,.~, r, .... .,, 2 games. Dennis Hoglund 2. No townspeople were present [ ~':~'~.~'-_ ..... _ ..... ..o ~=\ .~. I were_ prlvlmgeu to enjoy t.ne Lmprovernent ^~lUD _ nau on / casion of their 50th Weddin~ ] exposure, one par}y sep.aratea ~t~m~',~"~. ~'.'~'~'~';~,-~r~i~~. a 182 vame in the same at the hearing There was nol uet. z~, nas t~een enangea tol ~anaolan s TnanKsglvlng cnn- Tuesaay, oct. ~&, at t p. m. aUlAnnlv~r~nrv l-lnur~ will h~l aoout noon on bunaay anu were ":":~-'.'y'" -': "'=:" ": ..... = .... . ae ~" ehan~,e in the~'Current Ex-en~elSaturdav Nov 4 [ ner. The Calgary relatives had children and their elders "" ,,. , lsoon enveloped in a blinding rlc~ um~ ann r- .e~er sale on er..:, w...e .... ~.eve.al 200 ~,,ames Fund ~" total from .he* ~ubl.s..~d~ h~ [ .... ~ [ a. planned ..................... schedule to enjoy the well of the community are in. [ ~-~"l,~'",.t/" ,,,~ "~,,~- o,~"..;~..~..~ov, ,~,,:'--'-~ I snow storm. . All came out ex- ~aturaay,..~ovem~er a, lwol, lz ..............d in #h,~ wnm,~'S lea~ues~, ~_nreliminarv fiaoure ~fn -~922,._, 36 ....... a5 [/~ .! ~r~ | I high hghts. The weather con- vited. Prizes are to be award-Jan ............ fri,~nd~ ~--,~,,, relatives" are' in-"] cept. Ke]th McDonald, brother- snnk at rme r~ormwestf i w LIVe- Clara Bovd and Bobble but there were chan~es in the ~ ~,0UIIC~ urgers ] ditlon was ideal and the city ed for the best costumes in age [ v't d n ~,roat tha h ..... a I m-law of George Englert, andtoc_ yard o f .H gn ay 99, .... I_e_ t_ o ................. " nleaf each havin~ 213 amount of the tax lev- receints 1,-, _ ,~.N ,~ o I was decorated with their beau- groups, mx and under, seven[t.,nnl~ Th, n,rtv a,ill h ...... I Timothy. Mr. McDonald fol- norm o~ Marysvme. ire Richter 204 an~ Irene ] as a result of the raise in ~h~ ] ept. Bills t'ald I ti,ful f!ower gardens, not yet and eight years o} age, nine.and [ sore~d~by"~V[]'o~n'~r "l-~clge, ~ons I lowed Deer Creek to a logging le had her first 200 with I tax evaluation for 1962 The ad- I " , t Kilted oy Irost. upon meir re- ten, eleven ann twelve, ann au, ,,~ ~r .......... .~ r.___~,,^ ,~^,,_,, I camp near uso ann was ,^.~__ ,.^_ .~,^,...+.._ e ur s 1 r or . . , . . ,.JJL A'I~JI~VI.)', /0Llll.~ ~.~Llllllli3L LUllt:~tt ~;1111~ JLIUII| tll~U~'t~=D* Bett- McMahan nicked u~[ mission tax was withdrawn al- [ Tr as er month y ep t[ turn home visited Leland s sis- older Herb York is general[r^.~..^ r, ..................[ brought out by a logger Mon- t. ........................ ~ ~" or th month endin e t 30 . " . L~J..X~, x.~au~nt~I~ UI l~Ol'W~ty. . lla~,~l Dly~ull l~i WOll~lllg at L7 split I together as a receipt item. En- I f,,,., e g ~ P " ' I ter, Wmona and faro'fly, the chairman for the party, with ] --------- [ day morning. His feet were frost the school cafeteria for Hazel v Riddle was hiah for the I gineering fees were not allowed I Lu?: _ . _ I Mallonees near Centralia and club members assisting as well I Th, u ....... ~.,. ~r ..... t. .... I bitten and he was suxxering,o~ ...... ~., ~ ~,, with 596 in the Timber l for this year as an expenditure, I C.E,, st., I~I.D. & Garbage ' ]then returned home on Friday as parents of Cub and BoY]Club met at the home of Mrs ]f- om shock. A. sear.thing pa y [ league and 574 in thel but a new item of $150.00 was I Funds .......................................... $6,304.311 wire memories o~ a wonoerxul Scouts of Pack and Troop No.I .............................. I found tne ooy's oouy late MOrt- ~ :er League. I allowed for possible expenses I r~t~eett~nu~:g~.~or~.~:' , ~'1 " ] time. 40. / are out to prove to the men that ] day afternoon. In the search i ~i" ~-.- II weanesaay Niter__. n - . I incurred by the Planning Com- I Total Ca~"Balanc~for~ ...... I Visitors during last week with ~ [ they don't have to go East of I party that found the body were ,l,~"-~a~i~l~ t"~ _| ~ II & Anderson .......... 15 17 ~1 from $15 . 0 o $65.33. There, ment at the Council Meeting of Oct:. I " g " " ing at the Arlington Heights ] Chrisman shot a two-point buck I H W 1 1 s " 623 Y " 5tg 4 Illl ! IV-" / ............ were no salary changes The l0 1~1: I on Monday On Wednesday hall on Saturday, Oct' 28 at/in her garden on onenina day I i l'amof N.W. 18 h ][[[~P]~,~,~" ~ :has~macy .................. 1~ ~ ICurrent Expense budget "figurel~aP.l.yme.n.t see. Dept.. ad- ___lwere Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Mark- 7:30p m Allparents are urgedlwhile Mrs. Charles ~Iatz~got ~!St., Seattle. :[~i~~ I',emsm~'~'nlt ............................ . . mlnlScra~ive expense .......... $I.u2 -- . . . . -- ....... r ...... flvo---Bobbie Oreenlel~f 53a:lor 1962 Is $1547.21 less than ln]The J & A Shop office sup ]well of Edgecomb. Then on to attend with their Cubs, aslfour-polnt in her back pasturel Mr. and Mrs. Glen Swilling J[~'~[l~ "'--D'I~h, .... ~tuth Hoglund 53 Clara Boya ....... , ....... [ 1961, the first time in some [ for "Cleri~ ....... :. ...................... : 1.601 Friday David Cole, son of Frank each Den is Working to earn [ Saturday morning. Needless to I and children of Sweet Home, ~ "/~- [1~ ~--.'~.:"'.. a.~ermee ~xcnver a~-zu~, ann [ years that it has been less than I/3~xrlng.ton Ph .ar~aa_cy, of.~.tee . __ ] Cole of Lake Stevens with a the Attendance Award and I say, she is boasttng a little as it I Ore., spent several days last L~I ~',~'~ ~ ~~ . , supp les, ulerz & POliCe 1.9~ ..... . " . Tr/-Clty League I the previous year s budget. I Gull Oil Co ~as for Police [friend Miss Arnot, visited with Cubby [ is her first [week VlSltlng relatlves and, ~e~/~ ~ tMaMR~ , _ ~ . ' . . .lgbon Cleaners ............ 21 7 [ The Street Fund total ofI car ................................................ 3.16 ! hls grandparents before return- The first cardparty of the ] Mr and Mrs Art Norman ] friends Glen recently recov- I ~]~Z:lt~/:[[ I- INIII~ a~foce~r~re ................ ~g'""1~ '~ [ $9 784.32 adopted at the hear- [ Zi~hk sGaor~c[ stamps for _ __ [ ing to Texas, having been home fall season at the Arlington [ and family were dinner guests I ered from a severe case of hep- ] //~ If.=,,, :ara Oil .... :::::::::::::::::::: 16 ~z I ing was $459.68 more than the I H jet'ann radio reDs'it ............ ~'~0 ] on furlough. On Sunday Mr.Heights Improvement Club hall [ of the Cleo Sornbergers at Ev. I atitas. I' ~ ~k|~" ngton Hardware 8 20 .................. , "~ ] ] I "~ "" ~"2 ,0,'2 Ipubhshed prehmlnary figure furl Darr.chasesHdWe.for Police & SupplY.Dept pUr-and 1 Cole s daughter Mrs. Ruby Er- was held last Friday with five erson on Sunday. Accompany'- ............................ Mrs Ike Green is in the Ar- .,. at ...... . . 'au~-'i~ri~:::::::::::::::::::: 5' 23' 11962, due again to the raise in ] Town Hart " a~ I wine of Mr. Vernon and her tables of pinochle in play. Mr. ling his parents were Mr. and I 1 [~'" "i'~75"'~;~'-'-" fl f r 4 uth V Ine btre ..................................... ' .... ' ve---O~la San o d 83 R [the tax le y et ~uper-I Jean Pa~e matin*w cml three ounger children werej Haasch took both the hi h Mrs Gar Normau and bab Nels Peterson for their Octo- td 473 Betty Riddle460 Pat 451 Barb Stone 438' I lntendent s_ salary was in- ..... I Pionert.T~icSeecrvice' labor & - __ I visitors and were joined by for the men and the pinochle I daughter, of Burlington. The { ber meeting. Eight members i W|M~g' " , . Town ..all ?._.. Y . g [ Y y ..- '.i~atam League' }creases ann more.money was[ MoPorl~,s e(~ff[ce---.~p:~-ii-~- s'a'tl Mrs. Edna (Cole) Petrlc o~prize, while Mrs. Gordon Rath-]Sornbergers are Mrs. Gary Iwere present.and gues~ wereI ~'~;~_~ wreczers .................... l_0 _o! anoweo Ior extra street anu o~- [ office suplles Clerk's'- off ' 12 14 I Seattle. " bun held the high score for the [ Norman's parents. I lvirs. June Amtaa or ~:verett, [ eu~,n~w~t~- z?ugars .................... 7 ~ I fice labor in 1962. Town match-IDept of Labor'& Ind 3rci ' ] The Oso Jr 4-H Girls Club ladies Mr Giersch was low I Mr and Mrs Bill Summers I Mrs Marie Strand, Mrs Brian[~ ~agers ........................ ~ g l ing funds for the c of the newl qr~y. rpt.,md. Ins.&"Med. ,.,^land their leacler, Mrs. Lillian for tiae evening's play. Re-lvisited on Sunday afternoon a't]Christensen; and Mrs." Thea[~ ~lt~s. ........................ ~ .~ I gas .tax appropr~atlo.n was. a ] Arlington Printing Co., no- [ Poteet met at the club rooms freshments were served by Mrs. I the home of his sister and hus- ] Engebretson. The business [ ~ ~~-~~ ~s~e~,;::4.=..._.i._.5,;;=,. ~,,,~,~,~ I new Item oI me street expenui- I tlce of Hearing, '62 budget 25.20 I Oct. 21st for their first meeting Denzel Lilloren and Mrs Herb I band, Mr and Mrs Carl Ede- I meeting was conaucted by the I ~ii~ " x~ [] ~L.~W~ ~ "~en~s ~'gl'u~d'3~9-~'~rr~ I ture for 1962. The total amount I w~t Coast Tel. sere. for Fire .... I and elected new officers for theYork " I berg, on the Burn hill "~ i president, Mrs. Albert Brekhus, | ~ ~ ~~, JR. ~p~ ~ ~oWn 41 V3 I ~9~: R2nam ToUenaar ~58, 'bu. d g.eted for street needs is [ P.U.D." No. ~ of "'S'n~;h.'"'Co:~ ' I year: Pres., Vivian Poteet; Walter Best is heading up the ~ Sunday guests at the Charles I which was followed by a sooiall ~ ~~J ,~,. ~reeLnol;;eIr Zla~ne sl!gn~ly less man tne Ascii emcl'.It', street Its. and .__ [Vice Pres., Sandy Olsen; Sec.- United Good Neighbors drive[Matz home were her parents, lhour artd de ssertwas served by[ ~.~ [[~]~ to~al waver neat ~t~trz leslek Re ort t his the hostess mrs yeterson Tne Log Co ................. 20 8 . [~,-~lo ...... ~/::;:;;~~;-~==7 [Treas., Linda K " ; P "for funds on the Heigh s t " ] Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bemke [ , - [ ~~ ................................ ~ .~ Arterial street appropriation[ 3-"r~a "qr-'t~y.~ ~p~t~.~"~c~'~e: 132.12]er, Manry Krause; Head ofI year. His assistants are Mrs.[ Mrs. Art Norman and Mary}hstess gift was awarded to]~ll~ ~ ~.~tl~ ~e "'In'veattne-nt'":::: ~5 13 Seattle 1st .............................. 5 2-~ [ Robert L. Noble. police duty ...... [ committee, Penny Nordstrom. James Taylor, Mrs. W. F. Jud- J accompanied Mrs. Julius Norm- I Mrs. Strana. [ ~ ~1~ ~. ~: ~[~ on Cleaners .......... 14 ,14 High nve---Doy Riddle 574, Rod~ U~'Tre~u~'-~'~ ........ 3rci~8~.Z~] There were fourteen members, kins, Mrs. Wm. J. Winters, and [ an to Bellingham on Wednes-~ Miss Judy Stensen of Seattle | ~~11~-~ 14 14 Herman 572 Verner ttogtund 555 P~y ....... resent includin two new e us e o ~ ~--/ .... a ---~ ":"":::............................ ^ .......... "--1 ....... ' I qrtly, rpt., withholding .... 196.50 ] P g . . . I Mrs. Charles Spencer. L t and had lunch at the Fred Ludt- r turned home recently fr m ~,~. ................... . . |P~lice Judge's. salary, Sept ..... ~5.00| members, Nancy Pricnara ano ] all join in contributing so that I day, where they visited relatives/a three months sojourn, tour-~ ~i;,~i] USE ~ .... J~ ~rn~sB~o~ 2Se~t'hai~ 48.5[Nancy Gro.endyk. Thetreats] the various organizations mak-|ke home. ling many European countries./~ii!i~ ~a~/ll/l~.~,?~e~t| was serveoO VIvlanr'oteet [ salary," marshal,' for Sept. 166.66/ Y " " "'1 ing up the UGN can continue] Among those from the[She is the daughter of Mr. and/~}:~ .~~',~~ |Zillah_Garton. 2rid half .sal- |The next meeting will be at the} their good work for the less}Heights attending the smorgas- [Mrs. Ingvard Stensen, and[~-~ ,~,~G~~I .~l- [~ar~or ~o t;~rko ~'i~V 8~.00 [ club room Nov 11th.---Reporter, I fortunate ] bord at Silvana on Saturday [granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. [ ~!!~ ~o~II ! III ,~ | Sept ............................................. 10.OO/Mary Krause. [ The Arhngton Heights Home- [ evening were the Denzel Llllor. [John Stensen. During her tray-[ ~I,f-..1wL~,j~I~J~IIB ,~ / Total ------------/ Mr. and Mrs. E. A. HowarthI makers Club was represented/er, family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed [els, she had the pleasure of} ::~a~ll~',~k~lm"--IJE~ |.~tre*~ ,~,,;;;i'iii'ii~ ........................ $1'72"~3[left on a two weeks hunting[ at the Library Open House and|Chrisman, and the Julius Norm. [visiting with two of her great]~?]I ~ I~]lJ~Am~rlm,~ / ...............[ in to[ ....... "- Tidewater Oil Co. gas for trip to eastern Wash g ~ Tea on Saturday afternoon by]ans. [aunts In Norway. These aunts[.,~ ~-~o~! Poplin /2 uck ..... .= .................................. :- $1.50 [They left their home m the care [its president, Mrs. Ira Leffler, ] Mr. and Mrs. Roy Richardso~ }live near Opdahl, Norway, and [ :!ii~~"~1~i~-~i~ ~1 |~Oer~s~eerd ~raangel & Orave~, ~~t/of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman. [who poured, and Mrs. James |left on Friday, the 13th, on a [are sisters of Mrs. John Stensen. [:,i~i .~'~'J~~ [Darr. Hdw~. &-Sup-pi'y ........... 6"~[ Mr. and Mrs. Bob LovejoylTaylor and Mrs. JoeTveit, who/short vacation trip that took/ The Smorgasbord Dinner|iii~ ~I~II~II~IIWII~ ]Union Oil Co. of Californlal " [and children went to Palisades | assisted. [them to Rice, W'ash., near Ket-]served on Saturday by Mjolner [ ~ -- .. ~l~raa~u~UelPar.~...~.-.~u~;. 684 |Thursday and returned on .Fri-[, Officers for thc new year ]tle Falls, where they visited ]Lodge, S of N and~Carnilla Col-| !iii~ ~]]~1~_~ ~ ~art ~or grader and i~a~'k' 10.~ [dav. During their absence their | were elected at the last meeting ]Mrs. Richardson's brother and ]lett Lodge, D of N was a suc- [ }i!~ ~ II ][~D~I~ ~ J Hometown Builders' Supply 1119/daughter Lynn stayed at the | of the Arlington Heights Girls/family. While there they drove/cessful event The members of / :~ii~ _-_ [ Dept. of Labor & Ind.. 3rd/Prichard home | 4 H Club, with Ursula Schmidt ]as far as Trail. B.C. On their the committee wish to take }}}i!! /~ [ ~tter~l r~up~rt.:.-...I-..n..a.'-..~-.ns..'.....~ 27.88 | Mr. and Mrs. Joe Morgan ~as president, Connie Bemis, ]return trip they drove ove~" ]these means of thanking the ] ~!i~ ff IT ~~k~ [ ~Tnplo .yment Security Dept., /(Dorothy Krause) of Everett | vice president; Vonda Olson, |Sherman Pass to Republic a'.~d [members for their ~enerous do [ !:!i~m:~ ~ ~r u~rd rPa~e~Oer. ~eu.~.:......~r~i SI.~0 |were Sunday dinner guests of | secretary and Cheryl Lilloren, |went from there to Tonaske~ Inations of food, and also to the / ~ii!~ 111["4[ ig~/][gl I ~eport, wlth~oldm~~" .:: ........... 1~.~0 [her parents Mr. and Mrs. ~ treasurer. Darlene Cranmore ~and back to Wenatchee and |general public for their fine | ~~ I VIII ~ ~b'~.:~ []Robt. L. Pelghtal, 2nd half /"Dutch" Krause and then they [ is the new reporter and Kathy ]home. They thought the scen-[patronage All of this was [ ~| salry st supt for Sept 13931 ............... |spent the evening with Joe s ~ Lilgreen the Sunshine chair- |ery unusually beautiful thk~ [gratefully appreciated Thank [ ~i~1 A~~~:~ [ Total .......................................... $42'2.81 [sister Mary and her husoano ~man Mrs Denzel Lilloren is }fall, with the colorful fall fol. /yot/' " /~~n~$1~J. ~ [Gar..bage Fund n.lll.s ... [Fred Bradley. , Leacier of t'he group, liage. ;i~ey returned home O10 / Mr" and Mrs. O. N. Husby, ac- / ,,eg~rbagX~err .m_........~...m......r~....~.......wt...m. $0.~a I~. Art Peterson drove over to The neighborhood extends [Monday, Oct. 23. . Icompanied by Mrs. Mabel "Sten- | ~~'~. [Ptne Tree Service, tire lrepalr, ] u2uincy area a week ago ~rlng- sympathy to Mrs. Neal Gee and [ Mrs. Doris Bissell returned Isen, motored to Onalaska on [ ~~'~~ I ...etc., trucl ..:..:.. ................... ...12~ ling with him his trailer house Mr Henry Chandler and their}Thursday from Olympia, wher~ [Friday and were guests of [ ~):i|1 N[- ~nas. o. ~vans, moor on roaa W da s huntin "- .... -' ," [ to dump & covering dump.. 60.00 to spend..a fe. _.Y _ _ g'lfamlheS in the death of their ]she had gone to visit f.~lend:, [Mrs. Emma Hanson. They re-[ ~~m~urel /mo.n Holm, labor, covering lie was 3olneo Dy his ~augnterl father, Mr. George Chandler, [after a short stay in Yaklma. /turned home on Sunday eve- / ~~gid~iii~" }~,.~u.mp ...: ............ :._:...=..:...:. ..... 8o.oo and husband Mr. and Mrs. ~v- who oassed away at an Arling- / Overnight guests of the Den- [ning [ ~~' ~u,an ~ar~n, mermat moor S h left .... " :~ [ Sept .......................................... '. a0oo erett Van.Ry and son .w o ton nursing home Friday mght. Izel Lillorens on Friday were [ Nels Walen, who recently | ~:i~ I~i$~ O~ ~$o0~ - [ _ . ---------- Friday with their trauer for a He was a long time residcnt of }her cousin and husband, Mr. [underwent eye surgery, is re- "~![~i.~ ~ ~T y/tllo ~-~ To~al $18897 week end ..... ~: :'~:::~:~: " ~ ~" , ~'~ | -,~rw~F 4~~~~i~q~ ....... , .... '~. - the Jim Creek area ]and Mrs. Merle Hansen of Wen. [cuperatlng satisfactorily at his ~ ~'~ I .......... ..'~ ....... ~ ......Mrs. Rush Bradley aeeom- The women of the community [atchee. /home. ~'~ILOCAL DEALER [NEW~" panied by Mrs., Dutch Krause'~ :.. ~ .......... ........ ~ -~ , ........... ' ...... , drove to Seattle Wednesday ]LIBP,~RY-CLEEKS OFFICE ............. ~ ~ ~~ mmm ~1~1~11 [ The Library and Clerk's Of-taking ~K~p Nlc~eoo to tne air- }rice have taken on a new 1~-'- port so that he could return to |in the past month, with theef~- his base in Texas after being [fectiveness of the chan-e benome on a convalescence leave. ~ .~- a ~,~m m~..= .,~.......--...~ ...... ...~ ....--- ing absolutely startling ~o the Last Friday-Mrs. Mel Mort- ~-~--ILL ~- UI~'-IL|~I"11-iI~ ]-([~ ~~Vi[~eee O O OI ,' laybe you think there's no difference in Water heaters except the size of the tank. l?aint so. Natural gas water heaters am best "-and hem's why. A gas water heater can give you MORE hot water-FASTER. Gas is the PDQ fuel- Powerful, Dependable, Quick: You'll have Plenty of hot water for the automatic washer, the dishwasher, and baths for the whole family. Your gas water heater will last longer, too, and won't need costly repairs. Why not treat yourself to LOTS of hot Water? Call your authorized gas appliance dealer today. In Cooperation With EL PASO NATURAL 6AS COMPANY Wholesale Suppliers to CORPORATION ~rving 44 Growing Communities in the Pacific Northwest occupants if not to the public. New and larger light units have been installed in both rooms and, as a result, the Li- brarians and the Clerk are no longer looking for a seeing-eye dog. There is just one drawback which the three are happy to cope with; namely, the dust which suddenly showed up in places not visible before. They trust the public will enjoy the new brightness (of the rooms-- not the occupants) as much as they do. o NEW BUS ORDERED Mr. Ireland, Supt, of Schools, reported the School District has ordered a new 67 passenger school bus which should be de- livered about the end of Novem. ber. New desk~ and chairs have been put in the ~irst grade room. New furniture is on order for both second grade rooms and both Sixth grade rooms. It should arrive about Nov. 1. Menu Oct. 30-Nov. 2 Monday, creamed chip beef over hamburger buns, corn, fruit. Tuesday, chili, carrot sticks, garlic bread, Hallowe'en c/~ke. Wednesday, mashed potatoes and gravy, bread and butter jello. Thursday, stew, bread and butter, fruit. Friday, turkey noodle soup, bologna sandwiches, apple crisp ', receipts, including the 1961 cash balance, was left at the original figure of $6,512.31. The Garbage Fund total bud- get of $4,100.00 was ~ett the same as in the preliminary budget, but there were several changes made in some of the items One change was in the amount budgeted for the lease of the garbage dump site which was raised by the State from $10.00 a year to $50.00. Allow- ance was made also for extra labor due to the fact that the l State has required the dump to be covered over from now on at regular intervals. The total of the estimated ex- penditures for 1962 for the Cur- rent Expense, Street and Gar- bage Funds was adopted in the amount of $36,120.97. How Chrlst/an 8c/ence Heals Getting Rid of a Chip on the Shoulder Radio: KAYO Seattle (1150 kc.) Sunday, October 29, 7:45 a.m, KRKO Everett (1380 kc.) Sunday, 8:15 a.m. KBRC Mt. Vernon (1430 kc.) Sun- day, 9:15 a.m. Television programs: Station KTNT, Channel 11, Sun- days, 8:45 a.m. Subject: ,'lHa~ Is Not Condemned." Station KVOS, Channel 1~, Sun- days, 9:15 am. Subject: "The Bible Unlocked." ensen visited her mother, Mrs. Emma Miller in Snohomish and was accompanied by Mrs. Vel- ma Claxton of Arlington. Mrs. J. J. Bradley is staying in Everett with her daughter, convalescing from a recent fall. County Council PTA Meets Nov. 3 The Sno, homish County Coun- cil, P. T. ~A., will meet at the multi-purpose room at Dicken- son.,road, at Monroe~ Nov. 3rd at 1 p.m. The Theme of the program is "Let's Take Time to Know Our County Council:" Mr. John Hulney, from the county Super- intendent's office will speak on re-organization and the court- house needs. Mrs. Jack Pryor, county council president, will preside at the business meeting.Every- o~e invited to attend. He who wants to persuade should put his trust, not in the right argument, but in the right word.--Joseph Conrad. We must make room for our Christma Merchandise ON ALL 5iegler Oil Heaters In Stock Arlington G~laxie... its new low price makes it th~ world's eaaiest-to-own fine car. No other luxury sedan can equal the sheer zest of Galaxie's optional 390 Thunderbird V-8! Not one can hold a candle to that lean, clean Thunderbird roofline! And Galaxie for '62 introduces twice.a-year maintenance., cuts routine service down to every 6,000 miles! So why pay hundreds more when you can ride in pride atour new low Galaxie price? WHATEVER YOU'RE LOOKING FOR IN A CAR_LOOK TO THE LONB FORD LINE SEE 13 stunning new Falcons, in- cluding the Falcon Squire. Side panel looks like real wood ... optional front bucket seats . . longest compact Ioadspace! 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