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No. 27 I# Arlington, Wash., Thursday,. ()eft _9, ')( 1953. NEWS STAND AND 1 COUNTER | lOc I Consolidated with Arlington Chronielo april 3, 191,5 ,artment's Silhouettes' dNov.3 curtain rises at 8:00 Tuesday night in the 31 Auditorium, there .one of the best music productions yet pre- according to reports High School It is Silhouettes of Larsen, director of the music department, that unusual effort o artistic designs and One design will be ple leaf, symbol of by 12 feet, filled of dry ice, with clev- designs in front. fie, the City of New ding the sVatue of in fluorescence, ac- one of the choir's outstanding number: Towers," by This number is by the Arlington Choir, and will lea- n beautiful set de- the most part be L the aid of Black Light. ing directors with Mr preparation of the Miss June Hergert department end te Ingrum of the art in full follows: Commander Shadows of Steel Admiral Furnace room of the Wash- ington School, showing heat- i n g facilities which are in- adequate to care for the en- tire building. In the Oct. 15 and 22 issues of The Times t, llere appeared articles about proposed School Bond issue, same giving questions and answer information "co the needs and cost of such facilities. Herewith is the third instalment: Q. What is *meant by State matching funds in school build- ing construction? A. It varies according to need. In the Arlington School District the State takes care of 48% of the total cost of the new building. Q, How is this obtained? A. Application is made after lo- cal distri~s have bonded them- selves in excess of 8% cA of their total valuation. This is the only means the law permits to receive State aid. That is why the bond proposition is being presented Io- cally November 3rd instead of special levies. Q. How much would the StateI funds amount to irf our immedi- ate building needs? A. $120,000. Q~ What is required for approval this bond issue? A. Requirements by law are very rigid 40~ of the number who voted at the last presiden- Funeral Services For Colleen Lindberg Mrs. Colleen Lindberg, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hansen of Arlington, passed away at the Swedish hospital, Seattle, late Thursday, Oct. 22, after a lingering illness. Mrs. Lindberg, 25, was born Jan. 14, 1928, in Woonsoeket, S.D. Her untimely passing leaves sttrviving her, her husband, Richard D. Lindberg, Mount Lake Terrace, Seattle; two chil- dren, a daughter Jan Marie, 14 months old, and a son Rickey, 3~,~2 years old; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hansen, Ar- lington; a sister, Mrs. Jean Kos- Kela, Arlington; one brother, tial election need to cast their Elden Hansen of Sedro-Woolley; ballot in this el.ection and a 60e(~ her grandmothers, Mrs. Eugenia majority favoring the proposl-lVeilleux of Everett and Mrs. Jo- tion in order for it to carry. !hanna Itansen of Racine, Wis. Q. What guarantee does a voter have that money thus approved Iwill be used for the purposes stated ? A. Funds which are thus ap- proved by election cannot be used for other purposes than what is stated in the ballot Ex- penditures of such funds are reg- ularly examined These funds are A large concourse of friends and relatives attended the fu- neral services at Our Savior's Lutheran Church on Tuesday, Oct. 27. The service was con- :ducted by Rev. E. E. Sandvig, pastor of the church. Burial was in Arlington Cemetbry under the direction of Moll Funeral Home. Hole kept in a building fund to be Bud Peterson sang two songs, . Feet used only for what is specified.."(3 Bread,, of Life" and "Behold Ime frost tie was accompam~ ton-bitvana Such a fund is separate from the, ' by Mr Axel Joergensoh ediate Band , ~ schools operating fund by which/ Song .......... Kurt Weill .. -- . -- .... . --.. operating expenses are paid I Pallbearers were Bill Turner Band and Choir Katherine Uorthea " Follln glaces- Q Where is this building fund!of Anacortes, Chet Jensen, Bill houette ............ T ~ ~ ~ ~ ('N ] 1 I~ kept~ IPaloRay McClure Paul Wangs- " ' - .' . .:....Harold L. Walters Th,mtan P,,m,,av t Jn~r. tJn cnool ,L__] l~^_J !~|,~.~1.=.,~, A. The County Treasurer.line. Jr., and Gordon Qulhtz. ~'" "-r--- "nders-- auvaHu"aa9 aavaa~,~.a --- vv~., v,.,~,..v v -- d~IIUUl L~.PIIU LdICt,,~Ull ......... i ....... ~y .... ,,e oy ~ on . mrougn regular tax COllecuonl Relatives irom oui-oi-rown at- ertures .... Ted Mesang A- .... er- I~ ....... T'~ "1 T'~'I l.*~... "~/1['.....-.4-~ .-. d-~ 1 Patrons o! Arlington Sclm~l procedure establishes and main-ftending the funeral were: Mr. the Gridiron .......... II~W ~ oummuna i- oncl I ,IOPT,/()II 1yl i i bb J.()l,rt/ mstri,t are again remhad~:l o| thins the fund The amount is de-I Howard Hansen of Santa Cruz, Welters """ "-" ~ """" "'~ " "" "" ~''"'* ' " :. ........... Harold Friday morning, Oct. 23, death the l~llinq plo~ far the termmed b~ the voters agamstICalif.; Mrs. Ahce Hegg, of San gic Overture ...: ........... ~o~,~,~n w~,~,~.;.~,~ r~...,~.~ ,v~...~. A z'~ ~ Z'~~ "~'r 1 "I" . School Bond Ele~ion to be held the valuation of the district es- ~Jose Calif ; Mr and Mrs Elden ............. Harold Waiters .... ""..~' .... '.'~'..'~" ......... 1.-'.' ..... /1|| vlN | ]r ]'~ (-~T~.~r~ r'~~ ~] ~-~::~ next Tueadm/, Nov. 3. Voting tablished by the County Asses-[Hansen of Sedro-Woolley, Mrs. s' MarchTed Mesan~ sen, ~, an l~ pioneer, alter v .~v v xJ.~..~ x.z~,,.~a ~,~.,~- ,, x~-~, ,.,~u ~,o ~,^,~ n ,, m t,, ~ ,~,~ sor The County Auditor is thel~u,~,~,~ia v,~ill,~,,x ,~f ~,,o,,~t ~.." ~ brief illness c ................ Karl King - ~ ~ ,. ........ 1 n The locations are as follows:only one authorized to writetand Mrs. Frank Johnson of Ev- rst of Trumpets She resided on R. 1, Arling- III oroer [o qUflllIy~ tllO ~OIlOOl l~Ol](l Vropost- Arlington ~reeincts Arm. checks against such a fund forterett, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Veilleux 'and t ~ Forever ton not far from the on ma~ ~ ~ "- S r'pes .. - . ,. .... 'g" tion to be v(ited on llext Tuesday, Nov ',, mu t re- strong Jim Creek, "Norden,purposes voted upon, which inlof Kelso, Mr. and Mrs. Howard John Phflli ~ousa ramny log chain name near " "' .... -" ' turn are examined b officials ....... P ' ," , c 6r or ~ad L~kew~xl---at &r. Y Green of Kirkland Mrs. Henne ~gton High School the cedar stump on Highway 99 celve a vote equal to 40~ of the vote at last No- ~,,u from the office of th State Ex I~( ~, ' " ,~ .... i,. . e -[Tur~eon of Kennewlek, Mr, Phil ~oneert Band Born inBremer Verde, Germany vember's aeneral election This m aus qT,i Patrons =,,~,~._,~ t~o,, aminer, tAuthier of Kirkland, Mr. and ouette .................... April 24, 1864, Mrs. Thomsen ..... ......... ~.... "V" Q. Is there such a buxldmg[Mrs. Andy Miller of Kirkland, Metz r lllUSt cast Tlleli xore 11-1 oic[ei [o CalI~ tile )1o o o~a,~.~ a re 9 v .................. Carla ge came first to Red Wing, Minn .... S 'J " ' " " '!.: I " P - fund t the p sent time. IMr. and'Mrs. Da e Lindberg of G~rls' Trio at the a e 17 m 1881 and slt]Olt tliust r t~ 1 s 3 c $ilv~r~a---at Sllvana School A Yes There ~s an amount of Mt rno a rs ........ =--.-;.- " " g fi, ,." , s ece" "e tl e 'up[art of of those : " " . Ve n, Mr. nd M . Norm as a ~iri ................ came totheArdngton community ...... ,:..., .... ,_, ~r~anL Nceman, Cliff and $27000 left after the Lincoln Lindberg of Seattle Mr. and ~,~.: ~ ,i "*'~ ~ C~:~L Ill~ $ IflL~S. ' ,2 ............ Boys Quartette m 1888. ~]~e was married to Hans ~ ....... Boulder---~ B~/a~at G r a n g e School was bu!tt,, This was au- ] Mrs. Jack Sawyer of Seattle, Lt. ~tUmpet Solo .............. Thomsen in 1889, and to them Your school board and our seho01 ,dfici'q H~aL thorized at the time those funds Commander and Mrs. Carl ~,.: ........... Bob Alexander were born five children. She is , -, , ~ . .,... ., , ~,~...~,...r, r,..;^, r,~.,.h..,~ were approved to be used in re- Whitman of Sunyvale, Calif., ~ Hands, VOlCaJnS~,]ssue ~urvi~rdagby ~irOs d4i~ieht~rl Mar~ nave given t;te ptant anct Iaemnes prot)lem a gooo mad:~]a;u~;s ";'t""[-i~'l~oo"m buildi~vgothery~ahing/c~tSCthsJ~IM[" 2fnoMrS/ r. r d qU ta ............... " ' . " " , deal of stud ", and their efforts toward a solution Store, Ed,,.eom'b Q. . " / , toe Norwegian Child two sons, Herman and William .~. ~., ~ : d" " . " . r~ , ~ " _ . = _" ..... the building program [Mausbaum of Seattle, and Mr. ~-: ......... Richard Kountz Thomsen, nine grandchildren and] ueselxes OUl atteltrlon come next 'z'usoay. ~ ~raxt~a ~enooa. (Continued on Page 10) land Mrs. Frank Russo 6f Seattle. ~Ve r " .... Richard Rodgers twelve g eat grandchildren. I .llr~ " ' ~1~ "i S" ~v .... :(~.:. ................. Bob Nolan Funeral servmes were heldI lonve aretullv ,.... .,,..- - .. ood NeWSDrake:...SpiritualGraham Monday, Oct. 26th, at 2 o'clock, i" , I, a. " I ........, " , limes mtor uescrmes .............. " at the chapel of the Moll Funeral i I~. m~. ~r'~ I " " he World But in Hem here Cre ati .... , In off Does am, On Hallowe en ,. e m on iOilOWeCl. " ~ i ~OWell. Waring, Dolph In lieu of flowers eon.r'bu*'--,~-1 II . ~ . ~ s|- .- [ Hallowe'en is just around the Raw I :@a. Pn l nd. Ilnnnl,,l,, I~l,al~ .......... ' ........ I0 VIC " ; carrier, Chief James A. Pryde of "~'' ,U|,~ |~| L|U|IU - |i~|'V|"IlU |||~lli& ~--My-.W.I.~d~oV~k Song ~vere^made to the Elsay?oms_en anac0rtes 0 um ~[the Washington State Patrol said ................ " CappellaChoir' ~,xv~**a, ~:u~,u,, ~t~lta the t'~trK- today and motorists" should be j. t;. t;arpenter aescrtm~ me scene, seeming to rower mgn- ,~ . land hildren s Home in Everett I ' By Bill Quake returning to their 28. ArlingtonIon the alert for oun"sters out the flight ex'perience enjoyed er as viewed from our elevation: O~uxe Honorary nallbearers were (-.on [ Coach Larry Munizza's Arling-[picked up five straight first/ "-. . . , ~ ~ by himaelf and Mrs. Carpen. ~t. Helens Adams and Mt Hood ; Co~:"~'c'~',~i~ ......... Otto Eitzenberger, Chalmers Mc-~,,,t,,~t ,~ ...... ~,, ~h,~ ~r,,,.~r, ...... l yaras m rive carries nilighting[ xoungsters are l)~eiy to. let Honolulu for a 3-weeks va.plane. ~ower ......................... " ~ '~""; d wns " , tr]~k o.t.eatm. , .... c,_,~a,~,~ ~,~,~u~,~: Klng,~K. O. Rod,.G.W. Gnmm, lton Eagles, currently one of the] o _ ,. with Jerry Carters 36| ............ ter last week en route to also ghstened above the cloud Ccomp~anis~v- Kay and Henry Schloman. ~on~f~erence'~res~ed-"com'~or'~a~)[y the orive. A Borseth to Corning]~e~e~eYxr~t~g~ ~ ~naeriOnoara i~ cation on the ,1,slands. t "As we proceeded the fog disap- qarvanne .T,~;l~in~ _ ---------------o in second ~lace today b,, virtue[~ass. netted., ten more before~ ............ ~_ ....... g ,a Honolulu, T.H. Ipeared and we sped ove4 the de- t~r.'7~,_ ~:'" ~ /'!_.-___-_*___*_ "_ IT , ~, .t. ..... L: ......... --~.._.~,_..ICornmg Iinany pieweo over zromlU~'~g,~t~ar~u u}~ ~anow.e~en, ne Oct. 22. 1953.tnuded logged-off lands and the brunn LlSSUe u t i.e. ,a.t rrmay. ~e~uu-u.,s t na saio 'Man oI the Chile Iatali- ::Marleno M~t.... =. ,ommismoner &raezz 33 to 0 conoue~t ,v,sr ~ hlth,~rt,,[ e y rds out. Borseth ran the[.. _, . Y. ...... To,, The Times. [lovely patchwork of the squares ........... s |ST ~ a- ~ ,~owerful "~-:'~\-"*:'~ ~o'2LC.L::i';./,~o!nt over.and the rout was on. It.~es .an9. injuries mat.occur on Took off from Bow Lake 10|reCtangular and varied shapes of ,.-_- -2"-' W~rn{ Hnlla~u~a an y .... .~..~cu~.ty~ .Y~'a~'~ Later in the same period the tins nona ay are causeo Dy young- a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 21--What the rich valle farmlands all in ~I~SON. E_N~OY_ING . v, ~aaao aa.aav--~, ?at ~:~r~e~'~an~ng_msui.t ~_0.~n)ury.tne[Eagles started another seoring[S~ers aasning out interne street, a World of miracles this is--at 91varying shady of green,' brown i~ Pv~,d.e~--,,o ~n ~,~'~o -n~ ~.~x~..~x~.~^ ~u ~v.~XldFive from their own 48, this time [olten ore.ssea m clarK costumes o'clock p.m. Tuesciay night we at-iand black of the new-plowed ~-uerson .... of the U S aa~aan~,ao vas ~s~aa~_ ?ut ~ ~,,yu~,. . t,~ ~,,,~L~Z. "~'~"[it~ was John Larson who spear,tana wearing masks, tended the O1) mpm, " Theatre m.fmlds.' ~ ' ~ioyed. a 20-day leave Youngsters o-t f,~ th ................ O did It on the~.SeahawKs ........... home]headed the effort. Big ..... John] Masks prevent the children Arhn~,ton.~, At 9 pin IHonolulul "As the fo~ had]ust lifted from - hls aunt and nine, next Saturda,, ni,-ht bent ~, ..... ;......,..,. ....... ,.. |picked up the szx points wzth alfrom seemg clearly and dark cos- tzme) Wednesday we were be-,the Portland Airport, we were ~t.nd Mrs. Rick Gray. on ~aving fun heed thi~ word of from the two and again tumes prevent the motorists froming greeted on the Honolulu Air-ikept in the\air for about half an etl Jul 14 thzs ear o ate t.e ~.l.ttletlI dlllllV~:~[b~l.l~ O,t r " " " ~ ' " " Y " Y :warnin~ from' Sam Kraetz this ....... /Be seth added the point, makmglseemg them. It would help a lot port. ihour until the heavy traffic could I at ~ , Anacortes IOODa11 ,, the Corps recruit district's count-- commissioner [the score read Arlington 27, Ana lif parents would try to get the Visibility was not too good astbe cleared.. .yDieg~, Calif., as part "Kids have fu~ b0t remember" har~h~tuz~sbe~tlPeeettedne~ beo aa[crtes 0. [[kids to take off the masks when we took off at Bow Lake. We rose] "Fiad an hour at Portland and ,'. P oon of the State tamn~rin~...,~ ..~, with ........ ~r I;emnvlnc~, rn~ ..... .g " [ The final touchdown was J'ust lhey go outdoors. Parents should through.fog and were completely took off about noon. We p'assed ton: He reported back si~,ns is serious business. Often second .half rout as backs/rubbing salt into the wound, Ar. lalso see that the youngsterslfogged in---then suddenly were over the Coast line at New~or~, -mieton, near Ocean- critical injuries and heavy prop- wee owKn each otner .m seemgtlington going for eighty yards in/wear only light-colored costumes in brilliant sunshine above thelthe long line of white surf Out- un October 23, 1953. ert- damage result from just now ~ar ano now nar(rmey coum|six plays through and over theirlor outfits trimmed with white or clouds. Mt. Rainier dominated~ (Continued on Page 7) . ~. _ ., ..... run in me ~nortest period oflconfused oononent B o r s e t h lreflectorized material ................ [~- -- ~ucn pranks, z m sure salo t:om- time .......... .... ' " ~XT~.c missioner Kraetz, "the kids them- *he ~lne~agms ~eol6 to ~a~[p!cked.up forty yards in. two/ Prvde urged parents to band i I[" selves do not wish this to hap- ,a,~ I~11 ~e~.~,'~ .~4:'~-I~.~ ~4,~...~ ..~a...~]p y , s zb in p i:~ ~orn-]toge~her to see that sufficient rcial Club will meet oen , o o , ling e even in one ann a l~orsethl,,~,; .... .~ ,~-,~...-~ ......... ~v. 3, at the Blue Bird In addition to the danger~ in- aePa~ir ~no~Untfrst/~n~he, third|t Corn~ng pass placing the ball]~(~ed~in"t~he~r~com~r~un~i~.sV't'o uon v . .,,a, ~ ,~on me ~eanawK one ~orsem go kee te r ~,,un.. valved the Commissioners are za and t*" .... * *'~"'- ~'~'~ ~" ._ , . .. " ! p youngs rs ente tained. If [~-'~"-- usually faced with a heavy la- watched the~*'Arl~n~ton'~re~erves/~ng over on next play. t~ar.]this is done, he said, there will ~=e'"r'.r" bar charge following Hallowe'en hold the SeahawksSscoreless the[teroS pass to uerala nenory was!be little.inducement for them to , gement of.the Olym- with men putting in many hours rest of th~ w~v ~,,--~ .... ' .... ,~ ~lno m.plete. .... go roaming the streets. mmrms Tne ~imes .~..~ .... *~'~-~. *-,,* ~,,~*~n ........-. ~. ~v~,.,~a ,.~=a~,-,~ Arlington s ozzensive, a Nluniz- ' "Re,ardless whether narties or tg S ut, a,,~ ,,,.,,...,~ ,-,,.,,. ,,u.~. s -v hiS oencn in me Iinal moments,:za s eci ' " " *" ,. unday November or renlaein,~ road si,ns ................. p alty, was m high gear for other gatherings are planned for it be a ~..,~m., .-..o.e s ~. ouL it maoe little Oliierence wno this one The Ea'~es earn--'-*^-a -- - ,, ..... "~'~'"~'~ "'~'~" " " " -v " i ~ v,=t=u tne youngsters, ~ryoe stateo Parents can help, too stud , as m the contest Will open at 2 p.m ......... r-mindin-- the"'oun-- - " four of five passes, one "we must be careful dnwng m ~--'-----'-7~ ~r:c!!.d~:n ~n:'aY ~awaYY fro~ abY:~aarn~!igh:tn~P:n;dn!~ggto~!nt~i f~arrdds~Atn~e{hdfff:W!hr~et~o~u:rte6~ rwesiydse~)~a:o~aea;:grgh~:fs Woilu~ aL Ii__ ~dr ." s Z . , . P , ttallowe en. Children feel safe on ~n lour ~o--~------ yard line, wnere the Eagles re- at six yards, gaining fifteen !,heir home ground," he said, ~/! .~i~ ][~'.,n,~,,~,,v,~,~,.T covered the first of three Sea- yards, while Arlington intercept, and expect motorists to be on ~P'~ 0~ i~Jsz~;~ ~;zz~. hawk ~ ~ - , , ~ 3 fumbles. Mary Taylor took ed one. The Eagles picked up 302 the lookout for them.' ~,. ~ e ~t !he snap from center and romped yards from scrimmage in 47 o------ ------ tuna tar assessor yams on the first offensive plays. The losers, with their PTA COUNCIL atsi or functions that~ ~a,~ ........ Wr~etz county eommis- play. zor Arlington.. Dick Borseth vaunted ground .attack p.iling up TO MEET NOV. 6TH n nature_Al_l_even~ ~ioner for this di~tr~ct ineorm~ skipped over right tackle on the on a sturdy Arhngton hne net- Snohomish Count Council of advertised wlll ap- The Times that the matter of next play for thirteen yards and ted 121 yards in thirty attempts. PTA will hold their November The charge will emergency funds ~or the asses- or _a tntmum of $1.00 car S office has been settled. I,x~ a-~zc~ The funds were granted Monday 'ant Grange Hall. by a vote of the county commis- Band. Refresh. stoners. Informed recently by the prose- O~chestra cu~azs ~e that the emergency Wncing pleasure ev, must ~ fn~,..the commissioners and Saturday:fright were o~i'l~o act. a Tavern,-SiIvana. The amount granted was the rd Time, TMasquer. same, said Mr. Kraetz, as he first Oct. 31. Sorry, no suggested to Assessor Barlow when the matter first came up now playing ev- some weeks ago---$4,300. The night for benefit money is to be recovered at the Grange Hall. end of the year from the office's Oct. 31. Refresh- salaries and wages bracket. It is understood, that the funds sponsored by wilt enable the assessor's office P.T.A. Set., Oct, to go forward with the equaliza- ~. Fun for young tion program, and that office invited, hopes to complete the job in 1954, a touchdown, 52 yards in two !plays. Jim Corning bucked over the try and it was 7 to 0, Arling- ton. Early in the second petted Arlington took over the ball on the Anacortes 45 and gain made a touchdown in.two plays Taylor picked up eight yards in one play and a Borseth to Corning aerial was good for 37 yards and the second touchdown. Taylor's at- tempted end run for the point was stopped and the halftime score read Arlington 13, Anacor- tes 0. Arlington had run a total of only sixteen plays in the entire half, picking up but two first downs to the Seahawks' eight. Anacortes ran 26 plays the first half, good for an even hundred yards The Eagles took the second half kick-off on their own ten Arlington's complet~ mastery of the situation showed up. in the second half, Arlington ran 31 plays from scrimmage, Anacor- tes four. Despite being out: downed eight to two in the open- ing half, the Eagles outdowned the Seahawks fifteen to ten, turn- ing the table on their opponents the second half, holding them to two first downs while picking up thirteen. Borseth picked up 84 yards and )assed for 64 more, averaging 6.0 ~ards-a carry. Mary Taylor, in- ured the second quarter and not )laying the second half, averaged 10.4 yards a try, netting 52 yards in five trips John Larson gar- nered fifty yards in a dozen at- tempts for an average of 4.2 yards Jim Corning had 64 yards (Continued on Page 3) meeting on Friday, the 6th, at the Elgin Cafeteria. Mrs. Edna Paul- son, executive secretary of the Snohomish-Island County TB As- sociation, will give a report on the X-Ray Unit, Mrs. Arthur M. Walrath, state chairman of Pro- cedures and By-Laws, will talk on procedures and by-laws. Ther~ will also be a question and an- swer period. All units are urged by the County President, Mrs. Helen Brooks, to have at least one member in attendance 2~ HALLOWE'EN PARTY AT HEIGHTS OCT. 31 The annual Hallowe'en partyJ at Arlington Heights Community[ Hall will be held Sat., Oct. 31st. I Games for children, dancing fort NEW UNIFORMS---Snappy new uniforms of navy blue serge adults. Pumpkin pies for refresh-/were donned last Friday by Arlington's Day Marshal Bill Bag:e j, merits. left, and Night Marshal Clyde Parker.--Photo by Ellis.