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m NEWS STAND AND COUNTER 10e PERCOPY Arlington, Wash., Thursday, Nov. 12, 1953. Consolidated with Arlington Chronicie Aprii 3, 191 . m Bureau Supports USDA Policy h T. Gillespie, president of State Farm Bureau in Ellensburg Saturday, said that the Wash- State Farm B u r e a u )olicy developed by its supports the prin- the U.S.D.A. Re-organi- ~ Plan as announced by Benson on October 13. principles of this Reor- proposal," he said, the support of free farmer members, of Bureau throughout the the Nation. It repre- attitudes that have by farmers who of the trend'toward power and the result- of individual freedom with the centraliza- and the regimen- farmer activity." el ng, addressed by Gil- a., a forerunner to the rr Bureau week on No- 30 to December 5, and by representatives Caught by the heavy logs as the trailer which he was guiding went out of control and over- turned, Dave Dezotell, 18, was fatally injured Tuesday, Nov. 10, about noon. He died about two hours later, f High School Honor Roll Follo ing is the list of Honor Roll and High Honor Rbll stu- dents at Arlington High School. Instead of the usual classi- Council Discusses Sidewalks, Lights, Clerk Office Hours Mayor Murphy and Council- Dave Dezotell Meets Tragic Death Dave Dezotell, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Dezotell, of R. 4, Arlington, and popular member Fall Festival This Saturday Night Final plans are under way this week for the Fall Festival to be held in the Catholic Parish Hall this Saturday night, November 14, from 5 to 10 p.m. One of the outstanding lea- tures of the affair will be an Ital- ian dinner to be served from 5 to 7 p.m. Parcel Post Booth will feature packages from Governor Langley, Senator Mccarthy, Hawaii and Japan in addition to a variety of the United States. Other booths will feature fan- cy work, dolls, Christmas and re- ligious merchandise, fish- pond and turkey games. It is hoped to make this an 'an- nual event. Meier's Is New Name For Clothes Shop It will be "Meier's, for men and women" from now on, instead of Paterson's Clothes Shop, accord- ing to Don Meier, who took over the well-known haberdashery here on Nov. 1, one year ago, but has been continuing to operate under the old name. Paterson's Clothes Shop, found- ed by Nels Paterson, is one of the oldest clothes shops in Arling- ton and following the retirement of Nels Peters, on, was operated by his son Jack, who sotd to Mr. Meier last year. Originally an exclusive men's wear store, women s wear was added several years ago and this department had been expanded by Mr. Meier. Arlington will receive national recognition next Wednesday, Nov 18, when the most powerful radio transmitter in the world is dedicated at the Naval Radio Sta- ti6n east of Arlington. Admiral Robert B. Carney, USN, Chief of Naval Operations, will head the list of Navy dignitaries to be present, and will dedicate the transmitter. The first message, it is uno derstood, will be sent by All- miral Carney, and measa~m will be sent and replies r~ coived from Navy radio ~.. tions and ships at sea through- out the world. On hand to record the momen- tous event will be representa- tives of the press, radio and tel- evision, including newspapers and national magazines. The event will be telecast di- rect from the station by KING at- of the organized Farm fication according to year, the Counties of the state, roll is made up according to that those who point classification as follows: . the idea thatthe High Honor Roll. Any student ~estroy the ~Oli.t:on- taking five subjects and main- ~ervlce.. " llnere" is no taining a 3.8 average is eligible ne stud, to destroy to the high honor roll. aons of the Soil Con~r- -~" D -in Jim Dunn . au---l)ennv usK , - ,~rT~sCeo berUatti:nathoer t~ ing, Janet Grewe, Miramae Mur. . P . phy Lois Parker ! district level by gwlng ~ " . , ,.. " ..... trol o~Dortunitv and re- J.b---lvlarla belike, Jerry carter, ity to~ the State Soil Marlene Holm, Dorothy Krause, lion Committee, t h e Richard Lohr. nservationist, and local 3.8---Ronnie Rod, Gerald ;ervation Districts. Schroedl, Janet Seymour, Irene v r Wahl l~ople ha e inte prated Osal in error, since the Honor Roll. Any student taking has at no time expres- five classes and maintaaining a ;ire~to do anything other 3 average is eligible to the hun- strengthen "and econo- or roll, except that a student may operations of not only have no more than one C. all other divisions of the 3.6--Ann Adolfson, Ed. Borseth, -~nt." Jim Brown, Sharon Butterfield, as area SCS operations Regina Davis, Gary Duskin, Lar. -~rned it must I~e neces- ry Eliason, Kathryn Reinbold, thev'stand on their Own Donna Roal, Nancy Swimme, ; ju~lged by the Farmer Donna Williams, Waldene Zim- o them," he stated, merman. Overall objectives era- 3.5--Dan Dickinson, Ruth Pet- in the plan are: (1) De- arson. ltmn ot Federal "Con- 3.4---Lois Aken, Marilyn Amy, To simplify and co-ordi- Pat Cyra, Jean Lohr, Bob O Day, administration of the Gary Pearson, Patty Paper, (3) Effect e$onomy and Wayne Quilitz, Margaret Rezac, P balance the Federal Dick Schuh, Joella Wilkins, Gary [4) Strengthen state and Swicker. :hority; t5) Give better33--Maureen Richter , !:farmers at less cost." 312---David Bisbey, Joan Bour- saw, Margie Carnehl, Marie ,| ~.. !! ~ Carnell, Eugene Elefson, Bob U rlelU l)av Gibson,Bill Giersch, Martha .. " Gruwell, Judy Huffman, John h ~PNn~'_~ JacobsonBernice Johnson, Betty Kearney,Gale Knudson, Jean P ~ 1~ Lark, Virginia Lind, Shirleen -~,. A~ McGrew, Betty Mock, Betty O1- ! Cub Scouts Field Day son, Irene Peterson, "Marilyn eld at the Silver Lake Rude, Dick. Russell, Carmen ads Sunday Nov, 15 at ~canlon Marilyn Stedman, Cyrus irents are a'sked to turn" Swett, Kathleen Woods, Cathy the boys and to meet in Walker the Roosevelt school at 3.1~Carol Hammerly. Arlene n. and go down to Silver Jacobs, Kay Johnston, Leslie onegroup. Larson. aturda- "*o~ ~ th^r- 30--Janet Bauch Darrell Ber- Field r~.v nr.oHo,~ ~i,4 gain, Terry Bunten, Kathy Dixon In ease of rat- ~rran-'~ Lmda Erlekson, Tom Erickson, .a g~- j 111 be made to meet in- ohn Goerhch, Bob Gustavson, Carlene Hartl,; Gary Hendriick- a. ......... son Winona Hiett Jerry Holm, L~v~OUt FgeK .h/leer.will Joarl Huff Jackie Logan, Marilyn ~e eonesoay nlgm. i~ov. Lundberg,' Carla Metzger, Elain~ r r~oosevelt scnool care- Olc - --~'-~- -'-~- ~-' 30 p m Parents - : ." , mar,Janiel Ratekin, Barbara wn out w~th your ooys .- . Sale, C~rilynTempleton, Harold ~aster has promiseu a Filleson, Glen Tissue, Sonja ~_ram. Wangsmo, Joella Wilkins, How- ~-------u~--~---- ard Stuller. /hornton . . _o . _,. , Lumber Mill "" --?uaenly ' . . hornton, 66, R~ 2, Arling-lWan[s Logs , ~t his home suddenly' The Arlington Lumber & Ply- ~ternoon. ~orn in ,re- 16, 1886 Mr. Thornton to the United S'tates the Arlington area in lying are two sisters, .~ Barrott of Seattle and aret Feeney of Brook- and two brothers, t/at mgton and Martin in mass was'held at 11 sday at Immaculate ~a[holic Church, with ady officiating. Bur- Arlington Cemetery, iirection of the Moll le. ~ Ball. ,llc Parish Bazaar. reen Area Cub Scouts Silver Lake in afternoon. ; Scouts Pack Meeting, eteria, 7:30 p.m. Misslo~ Ladles' Aid ~a- Play. Lions Rummage Sale. Dinner, Bryant (}range On Your , now playing ev. rday night for bane- Bryant Grange Hall. Fischer's orchestra for ing pleasure every Saturday night at Tavern, Silvana. wood Co., anticipating th~ open- Other actions were an order by ing of their new sawmill on the Council to Water Supt. Paul Kents Prairie, just south of town, Van Horn to stock several metal in the near future, are this Week meter boxes for use in driveways calling on loggers to supply tim. where the all-concrete box will bar. ' not stand up, and a go-ahead to The mill is new and complete- the city clerk allowing installa- ly modern,, and has been design, lion in his office of a thermosta- ed with a view to efficiency in tically controlled electric heater. handling of timber"from the logs The latter order followed a corn- to the finished product, plaint ,by the clerk that the fur- A large mill pond and convent, nace does not bring the tempera- ant.dumping platform have been lure up to,a comfortable work- constructed to make easy sort- ing temperature until about 10 in jng of logs possible~ the morning. Camp Fire Friendship Tea A ttracts Large A ttendance Saturday Parents and friends almost or-i One group with candles in hand erflowed the basement of the san~, "Li-ht -f Mine" The first- Methodist Church for the Campl,earCam; Fir; rou "s the Trail Fire Friendship Tea Saturday af-ia . P g P' ' . . ~ " ternoon Each group of Blue~seegers. all presentea SKi~S. une Birds and Camp Fire Girls had !group gave "The Owl and the some part in the preparations for the affair and the girls did all the decoratting, brought the re- freshments, worked in the kitch- en, hnd served. The Okiciyapi and Tawanka groups of Camp Fire Girls poured at the lovely serving table, which had a center- piece of yellow chrysanthemtlms flanked by yellow tapers The girls als0 furnished the en- tertainment, an excellent pro- gram in which each group had one number.~The little Blue Bird groups sang some cute songs. Pussycat," another a skit about a doctor's office, and a third, a pantomime of a woman buying a hat. The second-year group, ~he Woodgatherers, presented origin- al talks about the seven crafts of Camp Fire. Of the two three- year groups, the Firemakers gave a clever skit about Sadie Haw- kins Day in Dogpatch, and the other, partly composed of Torch girls, gave a performance show- ing the history of Camp Fire, called "Camp Fire Then and ~'OW;" erty from Carol Barney. Mr. Sisk states that he expects to continue the policies adopted by Mr. Compston in the conduct of the theatre, o Merchants Offer ' Friday Evening Shopping Specials You, the Shopper, will be giv. en special inducements to shop right here in Arlington this Fri- day evening by the group of merchants staying open till 9. The Friday evening plan calls for open hours till 9 o'clock this Friday evening and every Fri- day evening until Christmas. The program started Friday of last week, November 6th. The special offers for this wee~s evening hours may be found in detail in a page ad- vertisement on page 3 of this week's Times. The stores open for your con- venience Friday nights include: W i n k e s Hardware, Johnson Drugs, Paul's Variety, Ed Rich- ter, Safeway, June's, Arlington Variety, Western Auto, Peter- son's Clothes Shop, Hammer's Dept. Store, Coast - to - Coast, Snyder Hardware, Wallitner Furniture, J. C. Penney Co., Ber- tilson Dress Shop, Olympic Ra- dio Service, Henry Mnrray, Bracy Electri~ and Arnold's Jewelry. men dispatched in a short one- of the Arlington High School foot- hour sessmn several matters of ball squad, met a tragic death interest Monday night a~ the Cityiwednesday when the long-pole Hall, including a step to obtain trailer, which he was guiding, an estimate on a proposed light-lwent out of control and over- ing installation for Arlington'slturned. he suffering fatal injur- Olympic Avenue. The matter of~les from the heavy load. c m sidewalk obstructions and haz-[ ~'~,~ ~ocident o ....... n ,,,~ ~h,~ a ards was also discussed, and the].. " " n r ...... , uarrlngto oaa near me t'aul n hours for the city clerk s office ] ~c as well as the matter of meterlKroeze place, about noon, the in- !~ box damage in driveways Ijured youth being taken to the e ~t a g The sidewalk hazard discus-Arlington hospital in the local .. . ' ...... " .......... , tie serveoas presiaem of me Arl- slon resugea Irom a letter to meld,~bulance He succumbed about ~ ..... r ..... lngton commercial Club, the Stil council from ~vlrs ~race t.unoer- wo hours later [] " ~,~,~ ,,hi,.h ,,,,,-~,~'~,,o,~ ,,f ,~/t | laguamish Valley Pioneers, and ;r~wi',~;'~'~or"t"wo'~;wn'~; ~'f'a~l~.l Dave v~as assisting his father; " was a past" master of Arlington o "~ -"es .................. , "- iv ing apples strewing the walk at Claude^ DreZg~elali]2vho ~l~iSndr:he ~ Lodge F. & A. M. Bdwy. & Burke. A letter is to be/.mgiongtn?,.tpmng, Dave a.UrmingpU oenea-~ tth | A member of the Snohomish. . sent to the property.owner, who,[ .... n th ...... is | County Game Commmsmn for the loacl 0 e trailer wnlcfl it is felt, will clear up the side- _ - ' de e - "" | many years, he was president of walk along with othei" work lsteere~ anti p noentl~.-.. . | the Association of State Game A memoer or the Junior class, he is known to have .planned for[ ...... i h .... as' | Commissioners and Game War- Arlington ti g ~cnool uave w .... i | dens of Western Washin ton in me near mmre. . , ' g .. . . . . /also a memoer of the footbali l | ~a ~eve at complaints nave ~,~uad and was ,~'~ .... o~ the] | ..... .......... ~o.t , ,-,,uoc,, ,~o ~ Mr 1VlOll nad the distraction of been I11~ as Io smewalK , ,, most lnsplratmnal la er of haza-ns --'~ ~---r M----~'-- [ .... P ~ Y. . I | being the first United States For- ,. , . Ithe season oy nls teammates. 14el | est ran~er in tho Darri,~,~)-- hi: asks mat property owners co- . . ~ ~ ..,~ ....... - also was active in the s orts of operate in keeping the walks basketball and track ~ec was I t rict following the creation of the "r ., " ~ ~ational Forests, and he and Mrs. eleaz~,~a~l~l,_~ [born June 19, 19"35~ in Appleton,[ | Moll resided in a log cabin on .... "--'=-'- "'~" "~-~P'"~ inn "ve t 4 r ................. [M . He naa. II a at R . , A "i | their claim on the Sauk river ....... _ _. __ Hing on since 1947He was al | above Darrln~ton in Ian~,r~,~ ma~ may arise cm-, ' ~. ~" *"~ . __ ]member of Bryant Grange Sur-I | Forest was the - ~- n Known as [ne lacenr property. [viving him are his parents; Mr.[ | Washington National Forest. A comprehensive report from['and Mrs. Claude Dezotell of Rt.[ | U~on cumin~, to Arlin'-ton Mr East Stanwood on details of their[4, Arlington; two brothers Har- II ...~ .... s. . s . ] " - I lVlOll es[aollsneo a furniture ous- street lighting installation wasJold and Jerry Dezotell, both in the Arthur H Moll ines~ and also entered the under read by Clerk Moorman. In the~u. S. Air Force, and his paternalI-------- "'-: -- -- taking b,,~; .... In 1909 he erect" case of East Stanwood 10 moaern[grandparents, Arthur Dezotell of .... ed the con'cre~e" b ildi - " ~gaht~arW2:elinstaallsedrv9icienC~eding[Portland and Mrs. Marie DezoteillUecoration Contest ner of Fifth and ~)~ympg 2v~eC~e , t, o~ Appleton lv~inn e unerat ser- , ' now oceupmd by Henry Murray s a cost of $3200.00. In Arhngton,/vlces will be held at the MOII II~A-- ~'~L....L,~...: .......... ..... lU[ ~k~llll~Llli~ electrlca~ appnance and furniture about 27 lights WOUlU]Funeral Home Saturday at 1 p.m.,i st,,,~ qulreo, completely new wiring]the Rev. E. B. Seymour officiat- The Arlington Garden Club met ".'~" . will be necessary' said Coun-]ing. Burial will be'in Arlington x#,~,~,~o, ~ft ...... i,~ *~Luther ~v,r. lvmil sold the hardware cllman J. Boyd Ellis, since the/Cemetery ........ s n ss to the late W. P. Snyder r h ~an cnuren parmrs, wlm ~v~rs ~ 192 d v ~ present wiring is not th oug [ -- o , "n 9, e ot'ng h's time to the modern metal conduit." Clerk[a oo ~ n :Marion Shea, president, presid- mortuary business, which he had Moorman reminded the Council[/;~, Jo ~][SK ~UVS ing. Mrs. Philip Pierson read an moved to the property on Me- that the present lighting systemic, . -.= ~ !~n,~r,~,~;~,~ n,,~ Mr~ .~nh, ~ Laud avenue, upon the purchase has been prod out as of October,}|||~anmn~, "|'~,~h,,,, .......... of same from Dr. E. Martin v a~, aaa~,*a~a~, wra e ave a talK on SOllanu stating that this fact enables the[ -Yaaal~ : g g Adams in 1927. Council to consider plans for at A.J. Sisk. of Coquille, Ore. has forest conservation. Mrs. Albert In later years Mr. Moll had new installation. The Council in-[purchased the Olympic Theatre,]Lamp, chairman of the program been .assciated with his son ~ti~VCai~:e:dEM:~rM?~ae:fn~t:Ww~!~/h:o~e~ CekCi~rnd~s!:t:bYmJ ~M:r~wS~Sk 7:~e'totfe~::::l:UMds Mw'olfJe Es C~o~mls'j~ 2hecnduc~I3[l th~ubUSa~ 1 lights, inviting them to make an[The change of ownership was el- program chairman of Snoqual- Deceased is survived by his estimate on the cost of a similar fected Nov. 10. ' . mie District GardenClubs and widow, Mira at home two sons installation in Arlington. Tenta-t-Mr. and Mrs. Sisk come from]state Chairman of Shows and iand three daughters: Carl Moll, tire plans by the Council wouldlCoquille, where they have resid-lA ..... no ~.o ur.~,* ....... S,~,2,~ [Arlington; Dr. George Moll, of place three lights on one side!ed for the past fourteen years.[~;~'~:~":'~"n~*~.~o}~;.,~'~f Marysville; Mrs. Frances Mur- of each block two on the oppo-They have two sons. Jack Jr 22 ~.'".. ~.'~"~ ~',' ...... Y ..... ~2~'"" Y_ ray, Mrs Celeste Murphy, Arling- " ' wh i ..... riOlloay ~lower ,~rrangemems ' . . rote side ~ o s a student at Oregon State ........... ~ton and Mrs. M~ra Batt Welser 1 " - ana ~gecoranons tier exnlmtS . ' . ' ................ Co lege Corvallis, Ore, and Mlch-] ..... " - . ~ Idaho; also one sister Fanlta ~,w ~***cc nou**, 1 A ' . were oeautlIUl anu were mucn ' . ............... r ae ndrew, 9. They will occupy ..~., ~n i. .... ~ ...... n .... ~o Clark, New York; 13 grandchil- d( me suggesuon OI weo iyloo - the ~n~rtm~t in th~ th~tP~ ~s~ju#~u u# ~*~x~su~o ~*x,,~ ~oco. ~t.~ ~ A e~.~- .o ,q ~'IA ma" ~,er,.,~ ..,... u ..... will be -'""*" ....................... q'h,a rn'~mh'~r~ were ~aai,, vo '*-~,, .... ,* = s-~,,~ g,,,nuC,huren. changed effective Jan. 1, 1954. A - Mr nnrl Mve C'nmn~tnn ,~,hn minded of the Chuckanut Dis-~ot, ,a~, of~ ....... , ~ ,,,..,..~u cording to Mr. Moorman, few c ! h~vo boon h~,-~ einoo glont 1(I trlct meeting in Moose Hall, Mt. ;,, ,~.,~ r. ....... ,,....~, o,. .... ,. on Saturday but many desire w'[ll- 2-"'." ..... ~.:.~'".-'-' Vernon, Friday Nov. 13th, corn- " .......... s-=s ................. ' o r go m uregon tAty, ure., . ' ' i service through the noon h u ............ ~ menc~ng at 10 a.m. This s open ~vnere ~vtr. compston nas pur- . . The new hours will be: 9 through ohas~d - +~- ..... a~. o ....... to all interested ladies. ed ..... tll dL[ . 111 ~UILIIJ~LUII r w " 5, Monday through Friday, clos nurchased the 1,*oal theatre nr-n- M s. Mac Pautzke as in Satur~iay. '- "~ ~" ~" charge of the plant bar. ! The Arlington Garden Club !will sponsor a contest for the best over.all effect in outside home decoration for Christmas. The judges will make their selec- tions the week before Christmas and first, second and third prizes will be awarded. The Christmas Decoration Committee is com- posed of Mrs, Fred Verd, chair- man, Mrs. John Enselman, Mrs. A. G. Veilleux, and Mrs. J. W. Wiggs. The hostesses were Mrs. L. C. Palmer and Mrs. H. G. Foster. Tea was served following Mrs. Wolfe's demonstration, with Mrs. Lawi'ence Munizza, Mrs. Henry Stedman, Mrs. Wm Bagley, Mrs. J. W. Wiggs, and Mrs. Fred Verd in charge. Football Banquet Next Tuesday Next Tuesday, at the Methodist Church social hall, the Arlington 11 a.m. Invitations have been issued t~ about 500 including representa- tives of the news services an~ military personnel. A Navy bus for members of the press will depart from the Olympic hotel, Seattle, at 7:45 Wednesday morn- ing. It will arrive here at 10 a.m., allowing time for inspection o[ the station and transmitter be- fore the ceremonies .at 11 a.m. The Navy's new world-wide ra- dio transmitter, the most power- ful in existence, will be dedicat- ed on Wednesday, November 18, at 11 a.m, at the U. S. Naval Ra- dio Station, Snohomish County~ Arlington, Washington, it was announced by Rear Admiral Al- lan E. Smith, USN, Commandant of the Thirteenth Naval District. Admiral Robert B. Carney, USN, Chief of Naval Operations. will accept the transmitter for the Navy from General David I. Sarn- off, Chairman of the Board of th~ Radio Corporation of America. Admiral Carney will arrive here from Japan, making the cere- mony his first appearance in the continental United States after his tour of Pacific and Far East- ern areas. A delegation of top RCA o121- ciais and high-ranking Naval of. ricers will be present for the cer- emony. Accompany Admiral Car- ney will be Vice Admiral James L. Holloway, Jr, USN, Chief of Naval Personnel. Representing the Navy Department in Wash- ington will be Rear Admiral Wil- son D. Leggett, USN, Chief of the Bureau of Ships; Rear Admiral William B. Ammon, USN, Direc- tor of Naval Communications; and Rear Admiral Lewis S. Parks, USN, Chief of Information. Host to the visitors will be Rear Ad- miral Allan E. Smith, USN, Com- mandant, Thirteenth Naval Dis- trict. Designed and built by RCA in conjunction with the Navy, the new transmitter will'be able to communicate with naval air- craft, submarines and surface vessels around the world With a power output in excess of one million watts, the transmitter will provide com- munication with fleets far at sea, since its very - low - frequency broadcasts will not be subject to weather, "fading or sunspot in- terference. It is an important ton. tribution'to national defense in being the most effective means yet devised for alerting Naval units ever:where in the world i~ event of enemy attack. Stating that, while the county fund. U. G. N. drive officially ended Harold Murphy, United Good Nov. 10, the Arlington area would Neighbors rural captain, an- continue to clean up the "loose nounced the full, corrected list ends" of the drive, Chairman of workers who completed the Robert Leach reported that up to Oso drive for funds: Mrs. Get- Wednesday afternoon a total of trude Sundberg, chairman, Dar- $3,904.86 had been subscribed and lena Fletcher, Mrs. Earl Race. collected. Maude Armstrong, Norma Pier- Mr. Leach gave the following son, Mrs. Art Paterson, Mrs. Hat- breakdown on the subscriptions: riet Nieman, Ida Dealer, Marvin Bryant ................................ $147.78[Pumphrey, Mrs. Joe Thompson. Oso ........................................ 125.16 Mrs. Walter Paterson, Mrs. War- Edgecomb .......................... 186.50 ick, Mrs. Ramona Wood? Arl. Heights ...................... 18.00 Schools ~ personnel) ........ 385.60 O.. r~ Industrial .......................... 124.00 [a[e ur{]ers Navy .................................... 230.00 . -.. -- Residences ... 595 85 ~" " " ..................... 79 Closed anatonum ~usmess .............................. 1, 8.06 Silvana ' 82.00 The Snohomish County Board Pledges ............................... 21191 of County Commissioners Tues- -~ " ............................... " day received word from Dr. J. A. Total ................................ $3 904.86 Kahl, acting state director of Local Men on Board ' health to the effect that the Al- High School football squad will be the guests of the Arlington Commercial Club, at a banquet arranged in their honor. The dinner" will be served by the ladies of the church. On Nov. 21 the club will assist in the annual 4-H Achievement dinner to be served at the Bryant Grange hall, and in December the club w~ll entertain the mem- bers of the Snohomish County Chamber of ff~ommerce at the annual Christmas banquet. On Monday night, Nov. 9, Leon; ard Hayden and Alton Funk, of Arlington, were elected to mem- bership on the Board of Direct- ors of the United Good Neighbors organizatiogq for Snohomish Coun- ty, at the ~meeting of the board held in Everettthat might. The board of directors has charge of the allocation of funds collected in the UG~ drive, and gives consideration to applica- tions received from organizations desiring to participate in the dercrest Sanatorium would be closed by Dec. 31 and the patients there transferred to another in- stitution. The state's move to close the Snohomish county institution is made, it is understood, in the in- terest of economy, as the larger institutions such as Firlands, in Seattle, are operating at only ~artial capacity. The county commissioners and the county's legislative delega- tion are opposing the move. k