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PAGE TWO TIlE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, SHINGTON, TttURSDAY, I)EC ]0, ]953. Seattle, Dec. 7---With the up- ,land bird and big game regular :hunting seasons in Washington nrmw over for 1953, State Game :.Department biologists and man- agement men are busily engaged :in compiling figures on the an- :nual harvest of game. An accurate compilation of "this nature is r$ot feasible until final returns are checked against :punch cards and the sampling questionnaires sent out each year to 1 per cent of all license hold- ors. Checking station reports :show only a portion of the kill kaeeauk, e they are sampling sta- llions only and do not get records ~t~ all game taken. In making es- :tirnates, the best reports come ~rom the Game Department field ..oven who ,after many years doing lLhis kind of work, are familiar with hunting conditions and ]mow whether or hot a hunting :~eason was good or poor, and in .~general how it compares with ~previous seasons. Due to the length of seasons and the variety of species avail- -able, the past season probably :furnished more hunting recrea- than any previous year. As ~a result, the deer kill will most ]likely be the largest ever record- ned in the state Supervisor esti- ~mates, which are usually conser- ~ative, total over 58,000, not acounting the late season in north- eastern Washington, w h i c h ::should produce predominately white tailed deer. Although hunt- "~ng pressure was light during .'these 8 days in late November, ~he harvest should bring the es- 'Umated states total up to at .least 60,000. Final tabulations :~rom the questionnaires are ex- ited to bring the total season's /kill to over 65,000 and probably ~:~ose to 70,000 deer. There is no question but that ~)od game management has ,doubled the state's deer kill over ~a, hat it was 5 years ago. The elk season was apparently ~nly fair. Field estimates add up 2,650 elk, but field men are ~almost unanimous in stating that ~he season was better than last .yea~. Lastyear's final figure, was H e.! For .ChrisWs! "! t Gave H,m An J f ' II ~hand. W tea r-reshtant. V !i Only ELGIN Has The G~oranteed DURAPOWER MAINSPRING The Heart That Never Breaks Other Elgins $33.75 And Up .0 Jeweler J DR. 2612 Colby Avenue Dairy Association To Hold Meetings On Friday night, Dec 11, there ....... ' "" 1 " talIwill be a meeting of members of ,~s,m, ano mlS year s Ilna [o I'he ....... a" 1 t ~nonom]sn ~ounty ~o ~ry- should be over 3 500 and probab y ........ , .... ' ........ ' 4""" elk ~men s Assocmuon m me aum~or- a ntue ross man .uvv . l ium of Arlington High School, The pheasant season compared this to be the last of a series of favorably with last year, al-three such meetings held this though there were noticeably week, the others being held at iewer hunters in the field, espe- Garden City Grange, Snohomish, cially early in the season in the on Wednesday night, City Hall, Yakima district, which normally bears the brunt of hunting pres- sure for the state. Final figures from the longer season this year wilt probably be nearly those of last year, which totaled 378,259 birds. Quail, Huns and Chukars were in good supply, and a good har- vest was made. Very little hunt- ing has been done for big game during the extended seasons, and the kill is ex!c~cted to be light Arlington Shooters Top Everett The local rifle shooters contin- ned their winning ways last Thursday night, Dec. 3rd, in de- feating the Everett Rifle Club team by the score of 1899 to 1850. The Everett club composed of mostly new shooters was no match for the experienced Ar- lington club. The local team must sharpen up, however, before they tangle with the better clubs if they expect to retain their cham- pionship. Chester Bluemke was the high man for Arlington this week with a 381 score while Jim Tholen led the loser with 379. The scores were as follows: Arlington-- Chester Bluemke .................. 381 Clayton Grant ...................... 380 Ben Knudson ........................ 380 Barney Brenne ...................... 380 Gil Russell ................................ 378 Total .................................... ---~-.18-~ Everett-- James Tholen ........................ 379 Hollis Addsit ........................ 369 James Blackensten ............ 369 Earl Addsit ............................ 369 Wayne Tuininga ......... : ...... 364 Stanwood, Thursday night. These district meetings of the Association are held periodically to keep the membership informed as to the progress and condition of the Association. The meetings are open to any who are interest__..__._._ ed. '54 Chrysler Hits Biggest Sales In 30 Years Chrysler's 1954 announcement month has been the best in the Division's 30-year history, reports E. M. Braden, general sales man- ager, Chrysler Division, Chrysler Corporation. "Sales of our new 1954 235- horsepower Chrysler New Yorker DeLuxe models are far ahead of last year and orders are running well ahead of production," Bra- den said. "To keep our dealers supplied with cars to meet pub- lic demand we produced over 11,- 400 cars in November despite pro. duction problems and the time lost at the Thanksgiving holiday In November, 1952, we produced 10;655 cars" "The 1954 announcement has been the best in this Division's history with showroom traffic and general public interest in our cars at a new high" Braden said that he was sure that the combination of the 235- horsepower FirePower V-8 an- --.-- gine, the new fully-automatic Power-Flite transmission, full- time steering and power brakes, new anti-roll front suspension and the most beautiful exteriors and interiors Chrysler has ever offered are responsible for the outstanding acceptance accorded the new models. T ...... "In order to spur public inter- o[ai ............... ~: ..... : ................. ~vu eat in the power and beauty of- a~-~--al-----~--~ .. fered by Chrysler this year we used the greatest newspaper ad A rloily t, reetin . . _ ;. , ,.- verhsmg campaign ever devel- ~'~*~m N~'~uwma~ aped by the Division for a new , ~u~ot model announcement and we in- . Holiday boxes of beautiful Eng- tend to continue to advertise lish holly packed by Anna Clise more frequently and use larger and Susan Henry Guilds of the ads than ever before, Braden Children's Orthopedic Hospital said. will again provide one of the "A larger factor in the success nicest ways of saying "Merry of the 1954 model announcement C " " hrmtmas from the Northwest has been the great enthumasm The be-r'bbol ned boxes come in" shown throughout the country bYl tw, o sizes--the two pound box for our 3,400 dealers who today rep-] ~ve ound box for resent the stron est besth $2,50 and the f" p g , '-, $5. All mailing charges in thelnanced, .best equipped dealer United States are included" In" oooy we nave ever nao and from these prices. Each box carries alwhom .we are getting the sales red and white greeting card, tell-lenmumasm which will help us to ing the hospital's story, gain an increasingly greater,, Orders will be taken until De-[share of the automobile market cember 14 by Mrs O Ingallsl -------------o " ARLINGTON H D CLUB Hall, 723 37th, Seattle Customers TO MEET D " " are asked to print or type the ad-[ EC. 17 ..... The Arlington Home Demon. cresses on ma~l oroers .......... * - ., . ~ s[rauon ~tuo Will meet at the in Seattle two tuner convemem ~h ........... ........ ome at L~eua ~tecKeJDerg rnurs- sales locatmns will De avauame da" Dec 17 for Christ ' " for hollybox orders at 1417 5th ThYe'%. , mas party; .......... re Will De anexcnange oi Ave. and r~. j. skews & t;o., z~ -ifts Broadway. Further information g " may be obtained by calling GEM------S ~THOUGH~OF Franklin 3466. PRIMITLVE CHRISTIANITY This Christmas marks the 16th He that believeth on r~e, the year Anna Clise members have works that I do shall he do also; packed and sold holly for theand greater works than these benefit of the small patients at the Children's Orthopedic Hospi- shall he do; because I go unto tal. my Father.--Christ Jesus. o Christianity is Christlike only In Arlington - Phone 1344 KILLOUGH CLEANERS as it reiterates the word, repeats for the works, and manifests the WATERPROOFING spiril; of Christ.--Mary Baker Ed- dy. LAUI=RMAN OPTOMETRIST BAyview 9015 Everett, Washington YOUR CHRISTMAS TREE NEEDS WATER TOO! The most satisfactory method of preserving Christmas trees is to keep a high content of water within the tree. Follow these suggestions for a safer Holiday Season: Ring out the darkness of the land Ring in the Christ that is to be! --Alfred Tennyson. SEE THE TERRIFIC TRADE-INS ON '53 FORDS -- RIGHT! More people are trading in late models, too.., that's why we've got the FINEST USED CAR SELECTION and the BEST DEALS we've ever had! gig SELECl"lOH-Because we handle so many cars, you've got a better chance of finding the right used ~ar at the right price, on our lot. : [' !l together... BILL HALL Sales Manager, Ph. 2971 DON BACKSTROM Vice.President, Ph. 1771 DEAN SNYDER Sales, Ph. 1771 ED HUNTER, D rrington Sales, Ph. 671 OR ONE YEAR (Whichever Comes Firl) CARLIFE What we need in religion, is '52 Customline V8 not new light, but new sight; not Club Coupe new paths, but new strength to walk in the old ones; not new S1~,~ duties, but new strength from on Radio, heater ............ high to fulfill those that. are '52Customline V8 Fordor plain Edwards Overdrive, $10~ Whiie men believe in the pos-radio, heater .............. .ILUK]~ sibi]ities of children being re- ligious, they are largely failingA-1 GUARANTEE to make them so, because they are offering them not a child's but a man's religion- men's forms of truth and men's forms, of experience.--Phillips Brooks. "52 CHEV. DELUXE FLEET- LINE, heater *1495 "52 H U M B E R HAWK. Low mileage, genuine leather up- Pick your car--we'll make a deal and supply the turkey and trimmings. Enjoy Christmas with your family and friends with-- With trimmings and groceries for mus dinner with .the purchase of any Cur over $500.00. '51 Vl FORDOR, $1Ofl R. & H., overdrive.IL~7) '48 CHEV. "50 V8 FORDOR. Green. Ra- Radio, dio, heater, $1095 heater low mileage .......... '50 FORDOR. Ov-$1/~Og "48 FORD erdrive, R. & H ..... .l.Ug]O R. & H., "50 FORDOR. Black. R. & H. Bronze Overdrive, ?995 real buy .................... '47 OLDS. 8 "50 FORDOR. Blue. $995 Hydramatic, R.&H ....................... R&H. "51 CLUB COUPE..R. & H. 194 '47 FORD )LyMOUTtl Extremely low $1295 Radio and mileage .................. heater '47 CHEV. '51 FORDOR. R. & H., over- Rad~io and " drive. A car to be $1A0]~ heater proud of .................. "It is not inconceivable that the holstery. An q195 '51 FORDOR, $1495 46 ~aew leadership for which the excellent car .............. R. & H., overdrive * COUPE, "49 TUDOR, R. & H., over- R. & H. I. Obtain a tree that has been cut as recently as possible, ira. world craves may arise from I 1 'lPlD|T/~II~O drive. A real $1~ '46 BUICK mediately cut off the end of (he trunk diagonally at least one withinthis hypothesisthe pre-BUt ~L'L lr~U~L,_l[~g~ sharp unit ............ ~v~ SUPER, R' inch above the original cut end. Stand the tree at once in a suppose a transformation of 1951 FORD V8 F1 $1 1 a" ............ 46 FORD 6 coata/ner of water and keep the water level above the cut Christianity, or a revival of itsi JLJ.~] ~v ~-~OOR. surface during the entire time you have the tree. primitive spirit, which would in] PICKUP ........................ ) ........ 8_~.~ FORDOR, 1~ 1950 FORD F3 - DELUXr. ~, z-~,~I1"-I itself amount to a revolution.--] s/,-TONEXPRESS ...... '1095 .49 4-DR. Fi, EI~-T- ,9o5 ',9 ANGLIA SEDAN LINE, R & H ,d, 2. Do not place tree near a radiator or in the direct flow of heat. 1951 G M C a/4.TON $ ........... , place ,r. near any o~ .ame. PICKU; :; ............. 1095 . ~ FORD 6 TUDOR ....... " ..... -~. ,-- 49 V8 CLUB COUPE Twin '~ ~"~RD CLUB COU ~. Use only nonflammable decorations- no cotton or paper. 'a~,tu ~.m.~. ~ " "*z..~:v eV~'TT. 145 plpes, R. & H. Premium .... l'~4~6*~p~Ni~La ............... tires. $ON~ Raaio ann heater .' 4. Use only electric lights (no candles) and see that all the strings , n $ real sharp . O~.) , are in good condition. Do not leave tree lights burning when excellent unit .............. 495 "48 TUDOR,"R'g'H" $Q~')~ 41 PLYMOUTH CP~. no one is in the house. Frequently inspect the tree (o see if 1941 CHEV.. S-WHEELER. Re- new motor .... ~. ........ ~ oz~o '40 DODGE FORDOR any of the needles near the lights are mining brown. If so, cent reconditioned mo- $f17=/~" '48 V8 FORDOR. $/~d[]t~ , ................... change the location of the lights. Do not let branches touch tor, good tires .............. ~1~11 R. & H., blue .......... U~O 39 )i.l~5~t;ul~: 1~ L)V,I~ the bulbs. Be certain no metal tinsel touches light sockets. : , A , Locate on-off switch away lmm tree. I YO " " ,. De,at ,,aco e,.,c trains arid the ,r.. ur Car Will Never Be Worth More, and We [ Are Offering Top Trade-In Allowance for Yours N0W 6. Best remove tree when needles sta falling. if you mnst keep it a few days longer, limit lighting to a half hour at any one II May YourCbristmasBeaMerryandaSa],Ou ||A l We He FOWLER AGENCY ARLINGTON, WASH. , ARLINGTON, WASH. -'~ any ~aan. or co or d Your V ii,