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:PAGE SIX THE ARLINGTON TIMES. ARLIN( TON. WASIIINGTON, THURS., OCT. 29, ]953. Arlinglon Successor to THE HALLER CITY TIMES Vol. LXVI. Thursda.v, Oct. 2(9, 195:3. No. 27 ~h~ciption Price $2.50 Per Year; $3.00 per Year outside Snoho- County. Issued every Thursday. Published at Arlington, Wm~hington, by - THE ARLINGTON PRINTING CO. J. C. CARPENTER -- FRANK MARSH ~. C. CARPENTER ...... Editor & Mgr ~ted as ~nd Class'matter: in the Post Office at Arlington, Wash. ~on, under the act of March 3, 1879, A Letter From The Editor "The Editor" When ]. C. Carpenter, Times ~li~o reads t h e headline (later on), he'll prob- Qbly roll his eyes and s~/, just "Groucho," -- "Gosh, that's "'Honolulu, Oct. 23--A suit being tried in the Territorial Court, will be of interest to the Arlington friends of Ivan Larson. '~rhe Larson & Buck Glass Co. is suing the Queens Insurance Co. of America for $16,131 for a loss sustained on March 12-13 when a windstorm collapsed , racks holding a stock of plate glass. "'The question seems to be whether it was a windstorm or whether the loss was due to care- lessness or improper storage of the glass. "Weather records have been placed in evidence, and experts have testified. The suit has been in progress several days and is attracting considerable attention. *'Ivan, who is a brother of the late Leslie Larson, was born and reared in Arlington and has many friends there. "His wife. Delia, it at present away on a round - the - world cruise, gathering ideas and not- ing merchandise, especially of the Oriental crafts, which they can use in their business here. travel to such points as Tokyo. Hong Kong, Australia and India is so quick, there are displayed many interesting items in tex- tiles and furniture. "We are enjoying the lovely weather. Its warm, but the re- freshing trade winds stir the air continuously. I find it comfort- able and "acceptable" to go with- out an undershirt, a sport shirt sufficing to cover the upper torso. While it is not unbearably hot and the breeze is really refresh- ing, I seem to perspire constant- ly, but not uncomfortably. "Last evening we took in the sights at the big hotels and Wai- kiki Beach. The picture has been published many times: The breaking rollers, lighted by a brilliant moon. The tall leaning palm trees and the silhouette of Diamond Head across the bay, with the glistening lights around the fringe of the bay. "The comfortable temperature, the cooling breeze, the moonlit scene viewed through the gently waving palms, and the long branches of the huge Banyan tree stretching its protecting can- opy over the lanai forms the set- ting for the radio broadcast 'Ha- waiii Calls' --- It is indeed en- chanting. '%Ve are "thoroughly enjoying "Here in Honolulu, at the cr6ss- it all. i roads of the Pacific, where air "CARP." O DRILL TEA-M TO TAKE PART IN EJC HOMECOMING Washington School Presents Program The Arlington High band and drill team will combine with Marysville's band to present the ha]if-time entertainment for Ev- cve~t Junior College's annual homecoming game which will be Saturday evening, October 31. ~tor Roy Larson is drilling the'smart-stepping AHS musi- dons for their appearance in Memorial Stadium which will be one of the highlights of EJC's annual get-together. The junior oMlege has extended an invita- tion to all Arlington High stu- dents to be guests at the Everett- Olympic JC ball game. It will be somewhat of an "Ar- lington Night" at the Memorial Stadium on October 31. In addi- than to the band and drill team's appearances Arlington High will be represented by four ex-Eagles on the football field. There is a possibility that two of these grid- An interesting program featur. ing the Beginners' Band. Wash- ington School Choir, and other numbers, was presented by the Washington School Oct. 27 at 8 p.m. The program was titled "Our Preview of Talent." It was presented at the Washington School Auditorum, and MC'd by Bobby Norman, president of the Washington School Student Body. The program numbers follow: Intermediate Band, Selected Numbers--Mr. Roy Larsen, direc- THINGS TO TALK BY FRANKLIN J. MEINE Editor, American Peoples Eacyclopod/a -~.~ i EO~SE MANY VISITOR5 TO NATIONAL PARKS HAVE BEEN INJURED BY AP- PROACHING WHAT THEY BELIEVE TO BE TAME ANII%RLS. THE NATIONAL I~RK SERVICE HA5 EXTENI~.D REGULATIONS AGAINST THE MOLESTING OF 5F..AI~ tar; Premiere, First Commercial Broadcast of a Televised Surgi- ~ cal Operation -- Mr. Redeen', Room; Piano Solo, Norwegian ~_ ...._._....?~ }: .:~ Concerto -- Saundra Johnson; Reading, "A Sea-going Tractor" i 'i ---Aileen Satushek; "Little Boy Blue," Unison Choral Song--Wash- ington School Choir; Accordion Solo, Barbara Polka ~ Sharon t Getschmann; Beginners' Band, Mary Had a Little Lamb--Folk Song, Parer--Folk Song, Ode to I NeuJ blcxico voter5 have picked ~he Joy (Theme)---Beethoven; a Spe- M--- THAN ....... P ...... I tuinner in ever9 Ior.e.side~tia~l e!e~ion cial Invitation--Bobby Norman. .~K~., . L .t~.. ,oO0. ~.K.~u~ [since ochievinq statenooa.~ m Jm~ In charge of direction of "Our AK~ t-NbAC~=D tt~ i-OK~u LABOR land 19~4 it ~a~ bqapluralit~.--Snail Preview of Talent" w-~ al ~" ,t,. I IM O~INA AT THE PR.ESENT TIME. I othe elections by a clear majotffq. director Elementary ~h'~',~';~,"[. ~ :: sic. San Juan island wa~ the l------asS- In Arlington - Phone 134~ In'Arlin-tone Pho _k__ Iplace the British flag floated - ne 16as / ........... I KILLOUGH CLEANERS KILLOUGH CLEANERS lwlcnln un!~e(1 States territory. I ' " for ] " o I for / Hells canyon part of the Snake~ Hat Blockln~z" and " WATERPROOFING Cleaning ~river is 40 miles long. CALENDAR Oct, 2~-Annual P.T.A. Talent Show. Oct. 30--Football, Marysville here. Oct. 31--Grandview Rec. Center, Hal- lowe'en Party, at 8:30. Nov. 3--School Election--all day. Nov. 3--Fall Concert, High School Music Dept. Nov. 7--Camp Fire Tea, Methodist Church, 2-4 p.m. Nov. 6---Bryant Grange Bazaar. Nov. 8-14--National Education Week --School having open house. Nov. 10---Cub Scouts Committee Meet- ing, Tony Bjorn home, 8 p.m. Nov. ll--Armlstice Day Dinner, V.F.W. Hall, 5-8 p.m. Nov. 13--Senior Ball. Nov. 14--Catholic Parish Bazaar. Nov. 15--Evergreen Area Cub Scouts ield Day at Silver Lake in afternoon. Nov. 18--Cub Scouts Pack Meeting, Rye ~cvelt Cafeteria, 7:30 p.m. No". 19---Bethel Mission Ladles' Aid Ba- za~l-' Nov. zo--Senior Play. Nov. 23-21--Lady Lions Rummage Sale. No- 21-~-H Dinner, Bryant Grange I-iall. CORNELIUS GREEN ~'; IN GERMANY With the 2nd Arm, Germany--Army Pvt. C. Green, son of Mr. S. Green, Route 3, Wash., recently joined Armored Division in The "Hell on which spearheaded the Germany during now training country as part of the lantic Pact Army. Private Green is asm Division's 66th Tank former employee at River Shingle Mill in Wash., he entered the March and completed ing at Fort Ord,.Calif. Earliest campus W.S.C., (since torn known as the 'Crib.' FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, Fourth and Dunham Arlington, Washington A Branch ol The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, In Boston, Massaehuetts. SUNDAY SCHOOL .ll SUNDAY SERVICE Testimonial meeting every Wednesday at 8 p.m. Reading Room: edince--open Monday 2 to 4 p.m. and Wednesday 2 to 4 and p.m. excepting legal holidays. All are cordially invited to attend services, and to make free use of the Reading Room. Christian Science programs from The Mother Church in Boston broadcast Sunday mornings at 9 o'clock from Station KJR, Campbell's .............. 8 Cans Fisher's'Prepared .............................. 3 4O-OZ.Pkgs. Swansdown ~.~ Yellow ....................................... U Pkgs. M.].B. 3 28.Oz. California ................................... Pkgs. Pledie Bra d .............. , .......................... :13 1.00 FOOD Begmore---Pets beg for Begmore GLACE FRUIT CAKE MIX 16-Oz. s w ............................. 45c GLACE CHERRIES ~ders will be unable to see action because of injuries. Bob Vosika and Lauren Foster have seen but limited duty this year for the Tro- O 6-Oz. ~r~ jans because of leg ailments, am, S. & W ............................... ]ant *.~C Both these players were out- 4 p ,.35c Gro n's standing during their prep days ~ ~7 &l.Nlld~~ :,~,,) -Oz. at Arlingtn' and bth have cm'--~' n~w ':~i*-db "~ V. ~I NEW " ',,~ 8;Y; 59c , II piled a good record in college. I~ A sure starter at left guard for., /~ l)Li EJC will be Lynn Rosenbach,,. 1~[ I~ A T S c~,o, 16.o:,. 89c who ran from a halfback spotl~ 4"Y , 19c while playing for Coach LarryJ__ ' CITRON PFL- diced . [ Munizza's local eleven. "Rosie"l has been doing an out s.tandingl~, i . job for Coach Walt Price s squad. I Slated to see considerable actionl GLACE PINEAPPLE 29c 10.o,. back position is Dick Lindquist, MINCEM :AT- S. & W, fanc /, 28 53c who was a member of last sea- ~ son's Arlington team. ~ This will be the big game of .... > the year for EJC as Olympic pos. es the biggest threat to the Tro- jans' title hopes. Game time has been set for 8 o'clock. CA~NARY BLUEBIRDS minutes of our last meeting. We The Canary Bluebirds met at lmade invitations for our Friend- the home of their guardian Tues- Iship Tea to be held at the Meth- day, Oct. 26th. The meeting waslodist Church Satu.rday, Nov. 7th. called to order by our president,[We practiced our song we are Sharon Beath. We gave the flaglgoing to sing at the tea, Jeanne salute. Jeanne Bergan, our sec-tBergan brought cookies for our ~etaty, called roll and read the,treat.--Scribe. Linda Lou Brown. "" 1.00 Darig Id .............................................. (D Cans Solid Pact. 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