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PAGE EIGHT T ) * " ":, THE ARLINGTON TIMES. ARLIN, TON, WASHINGTON, TH[RS! A, DEC. " ), 190,). Wash. Co-op Meet To Celebrate 36th Anniversary Thirty-six years of continuous service to Washington farm fam- ilies will be observed with a spe- cial all-day" meeting of Arling- ton, Everett and Oak Harbor dis- trict Washington Co-Op members at the Normanna Hall, Everett, on Thursday, Dec. 10, 1953. Already hundreds of members have made their advance reser- vations necessary for a turkey dinner at noon to be served with- Cell Notes BRYANT Alice Thomsen Phone 2503 Grange Ladies Plan Commercial Club Christmas Dinner The Bryant Grange ladies ar( busy with plans for the Commer- cial Club dinner to be given at the Grange hall next Tuesday. Presidents' Council LAKEWOOD I Degreeof Hq Has Christmas List MrSphoneHilde.2117corr. I Honors Pzst A Christma~ l,asket Family listI The Past Presidents has been compiled by the Pres-'M. E. Tate Passes Lodge, Degree of H0 idents' Council. and is now avail- able for clubs or organizations wishing to take part in the proj- ect of helping some needy family at Christmas time. Organizations interested should call Mrs. Edna Brendemuhl, sec- retary of the Presidents' Council. phone 2502. M. E. Tate passed away Sunday ihonored at the regul~ evening at the hospital. He cele. Iwhich was held in brated Iris 83rd birthday in thelThere were 21 past hospital on Thanksgiving___i day. ett,present'Monroe,Smeand coming:Mou Thirty-Seven [The hall was decorate Fidelity Grange members too-/flowers and greens, a~ tored to Stillaguamish Grange]a Thanksgiving motif. on Friday, where they .presented lpresident was called a program. The Greenwood late interesting Grange put on the ritual work. place during her term, ---__ teresting to learn of e' The First Lutheran Ladles' Aid the year 1913 up tl~ will hold their annual fall bazaar years and through l Dee. 5 at the church parlors. A lodge presen~ted a giJ candy sale will be held, with t]~e past president. proceeds going to the Sunday The entertainment school. Everyone welcome, meeting included a Mr and Mrs. Vernon BjerKaker the direction of Mrs. of Arlington entertained a num- lough and was a fine ber of relatives at a Thanksgiv- tion. Also, some mus ing dinner combined with a bers and selections ur birthday party for their little son,/r.ection of Mr. Roy Lal David who was 2 years old the!director of the high s day before. Those attending' were included numbers by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Watne and under on the trumpet son Phillip of Seattle, Mrs. Anna Glenn Tissue, and nm Bjerkaker of Marysville, Mr. and the Quartet Glenn Ti: Mrs. Finer Olson and family, Mr. Carter, Harold Tillesol and Mrs" Clifford Bjorn and faro- Burgoyne. These were ily, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brevik, all. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Bjorn and Preceding this meeti son Alan, and Mrs. Thina Bjorn. ing side of-the membe Miss Bonnie Swimme spent paign with their cal~ the Thanksgiving holiday at Irene Vognild, served- home from Pullman, where she idinner to the winr int is attending college. . . their captain, Mrs: M~ vw. and Mrs. ~ert Scott motoreu with 52 attendin~ to Everett Thanksgiving day to Decorations in the have dinner with their son. Ver- were in keeping All Grange ladies please get in o- touch with Mrs. Margaret Wright MRS. LANE HAS phone 1891, as we will need plen- HAPPY THANKSGIVING out cost to those who have se- ty of help and cooperation. A happy Thanksgiving Day cured tickets. In addition, they was enjoyed at the home of Mrs. will be eligible for many attend- JUVENILE G~ Blanche Lane, 139 Hailer Ave., ance prizes. ELECTS OFFICERS when her children and grand- The meeting is held primarily Juvenile officers elected for the children came to spend the day, to nominate trustee candidates com...~,~,~, ~,,e~-~. wore~ : Master, Bar- her. daughter_ :, Mrs. Nermo. , bring-. to reore~ent this district on the bara Brendemuhl; Lecturer, mg the :turKey and flrimmlngs. ...... ,,r:,,: .... ~t..war.~ c._~.. Among muse present wereMr Association's board. It is also to France~ vvamam~, o ~ u, ~a.~ and ...... " bring the latest information to p ........~-~+ +"ward r "-~'h tvtrs. &rue txermo ~eattle,; ~t~LUIbUII, /%~t. or= '"-~='~ Mr - I" -" " ' - " members about their WashingtonI , Brendemuhl; Chaplain, Helen .. an.a mrs. Jim t~eese ano 1am- Co-Op operations and margins toE WM. J. "BILL' LLOYD measures alder tree in test plot. Stump Vosnaugh; secretary, Rosemary ny oi uarrmgton. date for this year. This will be] at left is that of tree Cut in 1947 to relieve alder which Bill is meas- Dunn; Gatekeeper, Larry McKer- .,,.,~,,'~, ....... o ...... done in a special message pre-/ uring, from competition, nan Pomona Anette Espe; Ceres,',"-''~'~~vAA~' ~u--aLa sented by General Manager Har- . .. rv J Beernink / One of the most important of Service, determined to give farm- Judy Brendemuhl Flora, Betty Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Martin and -()ther speakers will discuss fer-!woodland subjects is Red alder, ers some of the answers in alder. Hovik;Espe. HomeLady AsstEconomicsSteward,chair.[ThanksgivingMary son Billy, frOmat Seattle,the homeSpentof till rs and h ir .iWhen our mretamers came to " " m ' rbara In ham their parents Mr and Mrs W F me t e correct usage, ... - r Wa "i" t 1- ccu To start with Bill had been Work ...an, Ba g ...... th,* nro~,ro~ ,~on,~ ~.. ~.a ..,,,., I weste n st lng on a her o - ~ Standiford..Also present were tion. and explain sales and pro-lPled a few river flats, sot)he t~ntaC~n~e~t~onlSatl at Arlinfi fir Eniov Tonr their son Dr and Mrs L C - motion programs for Associated'swampy. lana ant1 a i.ew ChOiCe .~.-- n ~_, .... tnnes., aer^proolem Ch d en . _ . , . Children who went on the tour Game, and their sons Kenneth nroducts ~ Ihlghlana spots. me early settlers --u,. ,~ ~, ,~=.u. ,.,= ~,,~ a. ,,~ Friday were Albert Bowles, Jr. and Mitchell, from Seattle. Other " There will be somethin~, inter Isoon learned that alder land had~ the ways of removing alder from estine every minute and all/several distinct advantages. The the.land and planting or seedin.gBarbaar Leiuh~, Judy_ Brendemuhl leallerSa at thew Standiford home. on members who have not already land was usually fertile. The al- coniiers and me types ~.ot corn- r~ernice Thomas, Violet Bleek, IS turday ere Rex Collins and done so are urged to make the{r ~der stumps rotted quickly. Pus- ,~ers to plant or seed. uill ~so Maurice, Lawrence and Earnest his new bride; They also called reservations now, says Alton siably the greatest advantage lay nnew me va:ue ot marKets,,.~[ne Thomas, Louis Stangland. There-]on Mr. Collins daughter and.her ........ i-" ~h~ alder tree itself In a land market zor amer is nmlteu vlug sa Wahleithner, Johnnie Satu-:nusoano, wr anu ~wrs. t:nas. lqlnK, Arlington orancn manager " "" ..... " .... "'" r "We must know in advance how of big trees heavy equipment was n~t*ure,,~,]ogs-~or al~arger'~a~der~isandShek'LouiseGary Rued,Petersn'An~etteLawrenCeEspe, Amy. Mr:me plant atCllins iSnantoru,employedwasn, at many to prepare for so your res- needed to carry on clearing op- ervation must be in by Dec. 4th: erations. The alder was. of a.size ~a::rlYl~llr ~fa:h:eeStOruY~_ePt~ Bea~tba~and ?end:1 iIngh:m,Aon" 'Se~v~tle." ......non Scott, and his wife and ind. A word of thanksl Tickets are available from either that coma De nanalea wimout . . . ~ . ..' ..... , - ~vi s. Margaret venoeil ano daughter Sandra. . .. clarion is expressed to: he h,o,~,-h ot~,,,~ ,,, Wo~*,,,=r,-,- the heavv eouinment Burnin~ in tact, several local companies emary wamelmner aria frances dauffhter Laura of Wenateheo ar. Tne ~ovemoer meeting of me Vognild and her side ft ",~",~tr~ck~=~r'at~rs" ....... ~ .... was -anot'her con'sideration. The are working on the project at Williams Accompanying. them rived Wednesday evening- --t-o First Lutheran Sewing Circle, Or- ner which was served pha, was held at the home of lning side Mrs Myrtle l ,~,,-,,v ~,_u,,, vv ........ alder could be readily burned present. None of these markets wereMrs. ~owles, ~rs. rnomas, lspend the Thanksgiving week- Mrs. Olaf Sather. The meetingJis membership commil "~[~i~t~,,~-~ whil~ fir cedar and hemlock was will be able to give the farmer Mrs. wanleimner ~v~rs. Williams, end at the J B "rh~m,~,, ~,,~,~ .... ' d Mrs Steck [ .................. -~d]ll~~"q~h--- a tremendous nroblem After a the outlet he desires The farm- Mrs. Brendemuhl an . " About noon Thur~,~,, ra, o,~n was well attended with both[man was the head of " " " ....... ~ .........members and visitors The next[paidn I~l~~~ few years newcomers were ad- ers ideal market will be one elberg. This was a guided tour to, Mrs. Velmor .................... Thorn.~on and 5~ ~,~n~ lil$1llnlll~~~p~m ,,i~.d to nroonro alder lands for whereby all of the alder may be the l~lp mill Weyerhaeuser s of Man.fluid ~vr~ ~,~,~ ~r.~ T ,~= meeting will be Tuesday Jan 12, "- " " r r~ lllW$I~L~~| iarmqn'ff ~hqs-leh to the raise as- removed from the land at a prof- mill and to Forest Park in Ever- Haddenlaam"an'~"Sha'ron'o~~ea=~'~~_ at the home of Mrs Albert Speer [~-rne nex~ egumr., i ~[~11~|~~~[~ spmption" that ,wherever alder it" . The land may then be cleared ett. It was an eaueational trip tie, arrived with.~.. ....~.~,'~nt ..~,~e ~..~", Mr. and. Mrs.. Norman" Krupp J" uegreeuec ......... zt wlmI nonOrme memWlne IIl~lnlnlllllll ~ll ...... ~,~ ~,~,~ wns fertile or returned to conifer(>us trees-- for the children. All are members Thanks ivin dinner The bi and family arrived here from Lo- " ...... s ................. g g " g Jll~Grows Anywhere Douglas hr predominating. " f the Guys and Gals 4"H Club turke" came "w'~" *~" ~'~ fr~" dan Utah and are staying with week e'~re tmrlstli ' e a v ,.~ ~,,~ ~,,~ .... ,, Succeeding waves of loggers Short Lived ..... ~ndsthe Oklciyanowe Camp Fir k~e Velmor Thomsen ranch. Later Mr 'and Mrs Walter Griggs un- mere win eeL. smat til they can "find a place in Se- change. ~:ntertaInmen simnmmma~ s u ---_ , ~ ~ .,,, ~,~ ~.i~.t ~s and cedarsl t)ue to conaitions oI soil SlOpe . no lvlrs, yranK ~vHtcnel and atU- . ,_ ........ mrauons Will De planu |lll l 11Douglas fir oftenl?:ipgcH {{let ffea(~ ~'" s ........ iyngTo~dwa bS2su ::o~ iy~ ~ii~y~ idea 1 f f~:Omru~ i;#s :!ior~ut! :~aDkt u~rH~aaY m~) r~emg 1M ra arngey ?t ~~r~hlt" l~:?adu~l ~ Mat ~r andtheir home.Mrm'3 wnereandchildren.MrsmeYof.wPlanzihahM Swirhme J~aas't make M rtlewerelffficers''y rnerem'Lam p.wluandalso..Mr~ broken fern, salal and other o g o . , " Y g d rne execuuve ClUO ~he J. B. Thomsen home about 9 - ~lall II ,o.~n n,,,,t= t,, tnk,~ ,rot the[twenty-bye years growth slows ..... 11 children gathered at the week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs.[~..~ ~ .,... ~ .... ~ ~ ii~-'~ll I I ] ] ~'~t'" bgf~re~"tlae ]i'tile "conifers / down.- At from fifty to seventy- a;m. t~y noon Veimor andJlmmle Grandview Recreation Center to Lloyd Swimme. i o, u ~.~ ,;,= ........ ~..ff,~ ......... ~ Inomsen ana Lester ria~oennam s end an en' Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dunn of[~Jm~1 ,at ~ pm. wltni llllll,,,,dll I 1 I].... ,n .~t~hU~h th,--~s-lves Too,five years it often becomes un-i .......... P joyable evening m v~ali ~tl ......................" . ,~.~.,...~.,.~ ,. ........ ~ ........ ~ l arrivea. ~oon alter mat vranK s-uare dancin,, a,,,~ r-ll,~- o,.~, Wenatehee were Thanksgiving/.~tecKel~er~.presm.e.~.t, lilL,/~tll I ! ! I ,~ff'o, f'~r- qr- kent the conifer ,,,'~-,'.=.'~'*= u=,~=u~= u. ,v,. ,~,~,~,,- i .............. "~ s .,u u =, o,at- visitors with #hal ...... ,o_.,~/Lo~ge 1~o 61, premaln~ ~llli i .. I I ..... ;{.,~ .;, ~o r. - ness "r red heart Ninet ..... ent ]vntcnen aria raul lxleuel came. in- .... v=,=,,~,~-ut--~ see(:lllngs irom reaching a grouna,u. .,', t,,,=- ,.- s. The men all worked on the new ~EI|t J " I i ............. ...... ........ ~. of all upland alderwill never . Mrs Albert Hafterson s aunt brother and children. /Allen Vance of Lake~ snauHtg ne~gnt, t~onuxuoH~ ~ ..... house sam (I in car " ' John G0erlich arrived home/Viek, Dick Foster, E~ ~1111 I I1,~o ,~ .... r.,ved to be a Romanlt'each merchantable size. Size . , e o g penter Mrs. Ada Deacon of Los Angeles II~l[llllt I --"/I I~toliday f~rthe alder The seed!may not limit alder for pulping ~vgr~,t~~ewir~g" T~eyg:t a lot Calif., who has visited here six from Alaska in time for Thanks- /Barbara Sele, Patty JaO il~AIIII I -/~J~[ ..... ,~ e .... ~ wide "comin= inlpurposes but certainly will limit ~a a y. :ater ... after: weeks, left Sunday to visit her giving with his family. /the immediate family, ||~[~{~[|l L---"'~/_.~'~~ I~:.';~'~-k~-" _:k'3 .... ' ..... :~-%-n I the profit in handling Even un-noon ~vir. ano mrs. ~. n. oaeK m daughter in Washington, D.C. Euella Hanson s p e h t the[ Sunday visitors at illIM~HIII|I ~/~~lll~*"~ along roau~ anu u,u ~a~L~,au, "al on~ ~eattle cameanctnrought Mr Sand Wlm IS home from the week-end at home from Auburn,[Dunns were the AI ,mmt,m,,,=t~----_-.-'- _.-~-'--..-~'--~m,l......~..o ~xr~'~""v'~" the soil was aer the best conditions aer - * ~ " "" " " Y " P where she is attending school. [family and Mr. and [lSo'osen ed i' "to'o k r'oot Soil Con-:the uplands is only a fraction as and Mrs:. arnest Ug!o of ,va.s.a: hospital but is not getting along Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Bjorn and/Stuller. ,~m~ll,~---~-~--'-s~/ [ ~ - . . . I ......~..~,, ........ ;,..~ I oena t.;allI, IOr a Iew hours visit, ve~ "ood servation ~ervice Tecnnlclans v*uuu~t'~ a~ ,.~,.~ , -.r ~ f ~. I, ._ ._ J .............. [The Uglos are Everett Wolford s Mr and Mrs Oscar Carlson 'm family were dinner guests of Mr.i Sunday dinner dUe i r~ ~ ~ Am, t found. . three-year.ol~ aluer grow-I ........ mn Lloya aetermlneu to Iina wi~o'~ naro--*o,,~. ~=-~,,,,,~ ...... ~...a ..... =.. -"-. " .. "- " and Mrs. K. Gronning Thanks-[Lloyd Swimme's wet | ~-.. ~]~... ~] [ ling in the floor of an abandoned~lf it was possible to speed the l~ .... .~ -%.~.,n .~.~..~... n....~ .,~,, ~oyeavnan~sg~vlng amner at the giving day. [Mrs. Willis Swimme a / ~-~' W_ /gW / [.:ravel pit. The alder was from ttgrowth of alder so that it would men worked until about 8"~{3that .1 t;arlson. . .... 7 .=.. i eight to twelve feet tall and oneln6t sta, gnate. In other words findlnight Ca n nayguests at me oscar The Annual Christmas Party Mrs. W. M. Swimme o e were Mrs Carl given by the First Lutheran La-[ The Lakewood P.T.J | ]liP' ~/l~]l~ ~!v) I linch to one and one half inches i fthe 'pesky' weed woul0 growl " , " " dies' Aid will be held Friday eve-ltheir meeting Dee. 10. .... ~ --"-- son s sister and husband Mr and / ~ ~- / ~' ~ I~-~ [ [in diameter. The preCence of al- large enough to oe mercnantaoie Ten little --irl~ h"l"ed "r~"-'~a ....... '--. " , hind, Dec. 18. Mr. Moe, superin./be special Christmas [1~ A WALL FUR'~AC~[ [der in the gravel pit did not in- oeiore it died of old age. - WahleithnerSce~ebra~e he~,=~th.~v~rs. uar~ ~urrnan oz ~ea[t~e, anm tendent of the Parkland Chil-] The First Lutheran " " " It was fou d' ' waiter btrana also oI beatue. "' ) Idicate fertile soil. , . ~..[ Bill measured hundreds of al-]birthday Nov; 22. Those present Mrs Edna' Brendem,,hl zr~d dren's Home, and some of the~held their annual ele, " --~ that ald'~r grew any place aria all er i " " _.~ ...... Id trees in all kinds of locations.lwere Sharon Saddenham Rober- children had Whanks~iv'in~, (~in': .children from.the home will be[vember. President M . . of me time. ~eglecteo lan(l, re- He s ent man an hour with an ' " ~" ~" " Forced Air Cn'culation. Constam .~.m,,~ ,~ th,, ~ortilitv was ant t, P * - y ..... ta and Judy Brendemuh~ Lomse ner with Mr. and Mrs G P Rend- guests. Everyone is welcome. [Jensen was re-electe~ ........... ~, ............. .. ~,. v I'..ncrement oorer In ms uLnas Rued Frances Williams, Dorothy;~r ~,~,~ r~a,~,~ " " " Mr. and Mrs. Finer Olson en-[cers to be installed a] Lven treat, w operate iz electric to have the mort amer trees per while the rain "~--ured dow-- the~ .... ' ....... " ..........~" , .. _ ~ .... , vv ,, -oowte~, no~emary, ~ara anu J~ve- Don't forget t. o.m,~ ,., +~o tertained with a dinner Nov. 22,[ter Baunsgard, vie it~ is off. acre it.came home to the presentt back of his neck. In the end he lyn Wahleithner Mrs Ida Wil-R~th~l ~i~r~ ~h,,~'l~"~',-~l~'~" for a number of young people.[Mrs. William Hasko, generat.lon mat amer was a[came up with conclusions thatI liams Mrs Elsie Bowles Mrs n~-"~ "'~'~'~'~ ,,~,-~"'~,'~'~'~ The guests were Nancy Solberg,/Mrs. Bjarne Olson, RE!"pesKy weea uriving me stump have been outlined" here and KIl' "a " . .......... v .... ............... ~~_---- WINKES HARDWA rancher out of house andhome,plenty more. ILatmra C2Xth~dvMe~/nfthl~ilr.WaiSn~ ~gVlnigsP~Ct~r~mDUmS:d~r Dfe::in~.~ ,tudv A'de~ Problem ID .... IFFEnnPTO ^, .......I,, 13 .., ~" ,... ........... emonstration Areas Mrs. Lloyd I-Iov!k and Betty Moody Bible Institute and very DR W GLENN B ~,li~ulk~i~ wm J Dill LIOyO Area for ore 1 " ' I,~,:, '~" ~-h,~ q,n c'~ ...... rinn[ A good live demonstration, per- }ppedin ior oirma.ay cake and intereating to both children and %:: co~=. - - -- COliee Theresa receive(1 several rown u s It IS in olor an w . . -- ,, ................... !manent, for continuous observa- . . g " P - " " S d ith NEW LOCATION ..... tion and for any and all to see nice presents.. .... sound. There will"be just a free BRACY BUILDING 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. was needed. With this in view ~ne t~ranavlew Kecreatmn t2en-: will offering and no other If's Here ,Bill set up several areas in dif- ter Club will have their regular charges for the picture. Picture 121 Olympic Ave. Closed Tuesdays " " ferent part~ of Western Washing- meeting at the hall Friday, will, last abaut 45 minutes. ~on. Arrangements were made Dec. 4. Sunday, Nov. 29, Mr. and Mrs. - ............ with farmers for small plots of Mrs. F. Gregory from the Beth- Duane Johnson of Mirikibo, Ven- ($.Year Warrcmty) Ask Us About It and Other Electric Heat Installations * METAL KITCHEN CABINETS * OIL HEATERS * HOT WATER TANKS Wiring and All Installation Charges Included-- No Down Payment-- UP TO 30 MONTHS TO PAY CALL US TODAY Phone'201 ARLINGTON :ground to work on. Of these !plots, one is of the most interest i to the people of Snohomish Coun- ty. It is located on the Fifield farm near Lake McMurray. A iplot of two acres was carefully measured. The plot was then quartered and diagonal quarters i ~ " " ,were throned. Skeptics predicted !that the thinned alder would be- l come limb3.- They were wrong. This plot was established in 1947 and by 1949 the results were starting. The thinned plots had far outgrown the unthinned. In 1953 the comparison is still strik- ing. Not only have the thinned plots shown tremendous strides in growth over the unthinned; in general, the health and vigor of the thinned alder is far superior. Several of the trees have moved into the commercial log class and are excellent grade. The plot proves that alder can be success- fully thinned both physically and economically. Alder stands can be made marketable fifteen years ahead of natural maturity. Alder stands can be matured with good grade logs on soils that ordin- arily would not produce good logs at all. The lesson for the farmer is in two parts (1) Ordin- ary unthinned stands of alder may occupy the land for seventy- five years and then yield little llll You'll travel in complete com[ort aboard one of NP's free trains. You'll enjoy a fast, safe trip in any kind of weather. Best of all, you can take the Whole family-:at a new low cost. For full information about special family fare , call or write... N. P. Detmt -- Tel~h~ae $63 R.'E. WO OK IIORTHiRN PACIFIC | ILWAY any home in Everett spent Thanksgiving at the home of her daughter, Mrs. L. L. Wright. Gene Wright, who is stationed at Brem- erton, also spent Thanksgiving at home. Mrs. Bessie Bartlett spent last week in Seattle, having Thanks- giving dinner with her grand- (laughter, Mrs. Margaret Cuv- reau, and family and visited, her two sons,and family. Her son Bruce and family brought her home and had Sunday dinner with her. The Karl Bratlands spent their Thanksgiving at the home: o~ his sister, Mrs. W. R. Hanson. Karl and Richard stayed in Seattle with' their cousin, Barbara Neb- enfuhi. The Nebenfuhis brought them home Saturday afternoon and had dinner with the Brat- lands Mr. and Mrs. Fra,nk Sill, Miss Hattie Sill, and Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Sill, all of Seattle, were Thanksgiving dinner guests af Mrs. Gertrude Sill and Helen. Russel Mappin of Belflower, Calif., made a short call on the John Thomsens last Friday. tie w~s up on a business trip. Mr. and Mrs.. Leonard Smoke and 2 children of Walla Walla were here over. the Thanksgiving week-end visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Smoke. Friday Harley Smoke and family of Darrington, Mrs. Ruth Dagle and two sons, Mrs. Ruby Wenthrich, and Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Smoke and children, all of Seattle, were up to visit their brother and family and their parents. Walter Johnson of Boston, Mass., spent Thanksgiving with Mike Kronholm and the Lloyd Hoviks. Mr. Johnson is leaving for overseas Monday. Guests at the A. C. Benson home were: Friday--Mrs. Edwin C. Wollff and daughter Carol Ann. Saturday--Mr. and Mrs. Ward Baldwin of Seattle Week- end guests were Mrs. Benson's ~son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Elder of Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. George Espe and Betty had Thanksgiving dinne~ [with Mr. and Mrs. Mike Homm in I occupy the land for about half of I that time and yield sufficient [cash to clear or replant the land to conifers. zuela visited Bethel Mission church and showed color slides taken from Venzuela. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson are missionaries working there and are home for the holidays. They are visiting with Rev. Doughty and family at ML Vernon. The Sunday School Christmas program is to be given Dec. 20, at the church at 8 p.m. The Velmor Thtamsen family and Mrs. Pendell and Laura left about 2:30 p.m. Sunday ~or We- natchee. 0 A Salmon (Idakto) cobalt refin-. cry has a yearly capacity of 3,- 300 ~ounds. o In Arlington . Phone 1344 KILLOU,C~ CLEANERS tor EXPERT CLEANING Less Than Wholesale Scenic Christmas Cards with beautiful 3" " O~ :ashm ,ton scenes. Regular I0e cards,. many stores 2 for 25c. Assorted box 50 Cards ...... * OUR STORE IS CROWDED WITH THEM * AND SANTA'S OWN TOY BOOK With all the latest toys pictured in natural colors. , There Are Also Many Useful and Practical Gifts for Ma and Pa Take Advantage el Our Lay-Away Plan WINKff HARDWARE ARLINGTON, WASH