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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON WAStIINGTON, THURS., NOV. 12, 1953. PAGE FIVm Parts:"parts::[[:: 21.42 Sno. Co. ehy. Corp., gr. ins. 20.90 work on an Indian Unit, making -- -~- Super Petroleum, gas .......... 37.32 booklets, and doing Indian crafts. -. ........................... $1734.65 Snyder Hdwe., shovel ........ 2.01 Mr. hatling's room have been Denartment Nelson Equipment, shaft .... 40.58 doing many interesting experi- ~:X,. __, ........ ~1"n~ Cordz Battery, coil, etc ..... 20.43 meAts relative to sound" and )o-rm'ansai ........... ~~0"0v~ Arl. Concrete Prod., foods ". ' .......... tile etc ................... 5675 Next week being National Edu- Koi[Chgns sal,. ....... 7~'067 Stan~t'ard Service, tube, etc. 4.30 cation Week we invite all to visit ., s .................. 2 our classrooms.--Reeves and Hat- p~,,~ a~+ ,,~n 2 31 Arl. Hdwe., nails ................. 1 t ~,.'::' ~-'.~.~-: on'nn Coast-to-Coast handle .... 1.29 ling. ood Neighbor, U.G.N., deouc~ ...................... Mrs. J. B. Knutsen entertained .. 5 00 Arl. Auto Parts, seal-beam 1.15 ............................... .-- .---- the Norman Sewing Circle at her . Parts, parts, 18'28 TOTAL ................................ $759.41 home last Wednesday afternoon. Plans were completed for the fall " ..................................... GRAND TOTAL sale and a delicious lunch was L ... $530.02 Current Expense ............ $1734.65 )~0~'rt~r~ent ............... Garbage Department .... 530.02 served by the hostess. Van Horn ~al $283.50 Water Department ...... 2742.34 o. ~oorman, sal ....... 45.00 Street Department ........ 759.41 Arhngton F.F.A. -~ Kitchen sai'. 'i[ 34.21 Enault labor ..... 66.23 TOTAL ............................ $5766.42 3rd In Potato Grading ~ Competing against 9 sch'ools of IT's GOOD NEWS.' Snohomish and Skagit counties, Arlington F.F.A. placed 3rd in I Said Jesus unto his disciples, If any man will come af- a potato grading contest held de, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and fol- Saturday, Nov. 7th, at Mt. Baker me. . v r Ht~h School at Deming, Wash. The team was composed of :Whosoever will save his hfe shall lose it: and whosoe e Cyrus Swett, James Ream, Gary L lose his life for my sake shall find it. What is a man profited if he shall gain the whole worl4, Norman and Stanley, Tate as al- l lose his oWn soul? or what shall a man give in eX- ternate. Cy Swett whs high boy in giving Oral Reasons and Jim age for his soul? Ream was 8th boy in grading :the Son of man shall come in the glory of his Father with Mr. Langdon accompanied the lngels; and then he shall reward every man according team. o Works Matt. 16:24-27 Use Times Classlfma Ads -- Maurstad is very proud of his CrY'T" TTA X TA Pasco football team this year, as APT.% ?f~'rr~f~'~'r rrhv, o Soil Conservation Balance of $25,927.38 Christmas Seals ~ff'7~_r_ Aq [] ~.bllJV2-112t so far they are classed as No. 1 z'-J.Itl_JIL~'IL,IL _t11~_~. ~JOO.~/- I Mrs Irene Vognild, in the State They have hopes of/[ Ma~e. Rich-- ....... , '-meeung Held In City"lreasury_ Wil Be Mailed Cit ....... [ correspondent, playing m Seattle on Thanksgw- [ ~ k;ouncll In lvlonaay (Too Late for Nov5 Issue) ing Day. An - - ,, At Bellineham ci,y Treasurer Web Moorman's December 16 session allowed bills, as[ The Zion Lutheran Ladies At( Your reporter has just returned tlylro ann mrs. vance s ~ report for the month of October ~0 by City Clerk Weo met in the Social Hall last Thurs- from a two weeks' visit of the I#" ! ! , e,~,/ nohomish, Wash.. Nov. 5, shows total receipts of $7,398.00 "An intensive effort aimed at: ~n, for a total of $5766.42, [ day afternoon with a large at- Daughters of Norway Lodges inlt, eJearate vtn 1953--John Spada, Monroe Shen-:and disbursements of $1.0,975.82. wiping out tuberculosis--a dis- tws: [tendance of members and visitors Astoria, Ore., and Tacoma, Wash.,11|T //-. ~ * kel and George Stecher of the With balances from last month ease which threatenSThatall isf us.'*the ~xpense [present. Mrs. Rend Rochon gave where organization and mem.IWeOfllng anmversarv Snohomish Soil Conservation Dis- of $29,505.15, total receipts and Help Fight TB ~ a mpaign :l~agley sal ............. $250.30 a very timely reading and re- bership work was in ~ro~ress I -- -- trict Board of Supervisors were balances came to $36,903.20, mak- ~ ~vhichtheSno- earker, sal ............... 259.20/ports were given by Mrs. Anna Earlier in the fall a v~isitwas ._Mr. and Mrs. Vance ce!ebrated among the more than 150 dele. ing a total on hand in cash and 'loorman, sal. & t Wangsmo and Mrs. Margaret made to the Everett area and in ~ne~ 50~n wedding, anmversary gates attending the 12 annual securities of $25,927.38. ~ ~ ~ homish - Is- .................................... 21.73IBrekhus' who attended the Cir- all a total of almost 40 new on ~unoay, ~ov. 6in. convention of the Washington Receipts for the month were: ~]~- ~ "% ~land County Kitchen, sal .........12.50[cult Meeting of the W.M.F. held members were initiated into thet Their daughter and family, Mr. State Association of Soil Conser- Taxes $202.62; Punch Board Li- ~'~ ~;'~ "4"~ Fuberculosi~ I. Blunck, sal ..... :... 127.46[last Tuesday in Everett. Follow- Order. and Mrs. Pafhleigh and two sons vat;on Districts which ended No- ceAses $105.94; . State Liquor ~'- :~ I. ~Associarion P. Mathews, sal... 49.25[ing the business meeting, a de- Mr and Mrs Elmer Larson cel-[Duglas and Donald, came from vember 4 in Bellingham. Mem. Board' $967.60; Rents and Ser- ~'~"~"m ~in t e n d s to R. Stout, sal ......... 27.07]licious lunch was served by Mrs. ebrat'ed their "wedding anniver.[Vancouver and brought a beau- bets of 75 districts, representinglvices '$308920; Transfers $2250; ~"~'~" ~s~carry on with [. P~y. Corp., I Myrtle Nysether and Mrs. Alma sary last Monday evening wheAltiful wedding cake topped by 22,000 farmer-cooperators on 8[Consumers,'Deposits, $25~), mis- ~"~*~"*~'~'~'~funds from it~ as ............................... 28.30IHansen, assisted by Mrs. Ruth a group of friends and relatives[bride and groom. Another daugh- million acres of Washington's[ cellaneous Receipts, $757.69; To- |m/(brlstmas Sods 1 9 53 Christ- ~ast Tel. Service .... 10.60[Stensen. Mrs. Barbara Husby, called Following a social eve.[ter and family, Mr. and Mrs. ~arm lanu, participated in the tal $739805. mas Seal Sale, ~ill Co., sawdust .... 16.48[Mrs. Gudrun Husby, Mrs. Send ning, refreshments were served. [Frank Cannon and son, and son 3d?Y?He:d:g.. [ Disbursements: Current Ex- according to Mrs. A. B. Andersa~, r]eger, laundry .... 5.42[DAM and Rev. J. H. Myrwang al- ~ I James and family and Hugh and . . ges, watery;lie, was[peAse, $2585.85; Water Dept., association president. athews, bond [so attended the Circuit meeting SILVANA SCHOOL HOTEl3 [family, all of Los Angeles, and a re-elected president of the as-[ ~1583 28; Garbage, $781.21; Con- Christmas Seals will be deitY- t) ................................ 5.001in Everett. BY MRS REEVES [grandson, Richard Wilker of sociation, along with the follow, sumers' Deposits, $2000; Street ered by mail to homes of Snoho- n's, broom, etc ......... 3.48/ Mr. and Mrs Howard Vognild xxr,~ ~"~,,,~ ~ ..... ~,, ......[Long Beach, Calif., all went in ing other officers: Oscar Camp,[ Dept $874 23; Water Bonds, mish-Island County residents o~ ~o. 1, pwr lights 197.42|accompanied ~Ir and Mrs O A ~"~ "'?." ~'~,~" =:'J~'z'~'~r~:~:~[together and sent a lovely radio. Spokane; John Pard, Othell;[~;2881'25; Transfers $2250.00; To- November 16, and the Seal Sale FI " . """ ! .... lniormaHve illmS in ou, v,~ua~, . mey Co., uniforms.. 184.471Maurstad and children to Pasco, Aids Department Latest ones] Their son, Donald Vance, who and Jess Knutzen, Mt. Vernon,[tal $1'0 97582 ' will continue through December. Trans, grease gun 136 27~ ...... Washington over the week-end, Making Shoes "and Making[works at Booeings at Seattle, Vl~lee2re~dre~::ryArtAlule2r" P~ly Balances in all funds: Current Theof a 1953singingSealchild,featureSwearingthe faCered artiss & Son, refill where they were house guests of Paper" proved very popular[brought them a beautiful tele- ni,,~,~'~,~, .... " ..... ,~lExpense, $4 391.56; Water Dept., mittens and a green stocking-cap ..... :_.L ..................... 3.351Mr and Mrs Dick Maurstad Mr Mr Hatlin,,s Room had "*~ei~]vision set ,rd's Servme" lube 1 55 " " " , "'" "' " m' m 'er and Ed. S ?i hal F en: ] r469 17i Garbage DepL, $1790.05; and muffler, and holding an ope~x ~- - ' "" -,, ~,,IAndrew Lien labor 59 10 Hallowe en Program Thursday/ Many pictures were taken and e ' gins ~szo.~a; t:onsumer's book of carols. ,*ectrm, repair xu.oo ............. v i w y, alternate council member De .., ___2 .......... ,+ ,- - "":" -,-. ~-,[Sno Co Ph,, Corp gr ins 23 10 afternoon and a ery spooky af-~ tas a happy, occasmn for all .... ....... I posits, ~s~'/~.O0; A~rport, ~a~.~:~; ,t t.o, prln~: pad ~J. UU " " ~ ..... fa C " ---'" " ":- " -"--[R M Wade & Co. numn....1966.47 ~r ~t was. [ ongratulatmns are extended to . wom. ens AUXHmry re.ricers[water Bonds, $444.50; Street "As warmly personal as the 2~, grease ...... .SO[p.u i3 No 1 nwr' H~'ht~ 200 56 Mrs. Reeves' children celebrat-[the Fauces from their neighbors e~ecte~u~ere wirs.._bay .~lgger-]Dept. $2045.80; Cumulative Re- children singing carols at your urbane, meals, on~[Penn." Sal't Co. chlorine:l: 23:70 ed on Friday afternoon begin-land friends of Arlington Heights.S li" .mas: presment; Mrs. ~:a:]serve, $2592.51; V. S. Securities, door, the 1953 Christmas Seal ~,~t"~;~i-~"~:]~ ....... l~'~[CordzBattery, trk. repair.. 1.06 ning with a Costume Parade.[ ~