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H ~ r ~ ('3 THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, T URSDAY, DISC. ]0, 1.)o,. PAGE THREE Season .Hunters In lmault n Nov. 30---An additio - sex elk season, not the 1953 hunting pam- 1 run from December inclusive in the Hoh and river areas. The areas identical with those along the south side of the Quin- ma ault river, between Wright Can- ., yon eastward to the Olympic Na- P7 tional Park boundary, while the Hoh river area extends about 10 I~ miles towards the ocean from the coastal highway on both sides of Top causes of home fires take ing set you buy, and when the the Hob river, a total of about 15 on added danger during the holi- cords become worn have them re. square miles, day season warns the National placed or buy a new set. Both of these areas were set up Board of Fire Underwriters. 6. Be Doubly careful not to let as damage control areas, and an These causes are (1) matches- grease accumulate in oven or appreciable kill is not antici- smoking, (2) misuse of electric- broiler. " pated. However, there evists a ity and (3) stoves, furnaces 7. Keep a box of baking soda considerable number of elk in ad- boilers and their pipes, and a large pot lid near the stove. Former Res,dent I ...... SILVANA 1 Dins at Cle iflum Mrs. IreneVognild, From the Cle Elum Miner correspondent. comes an article which tells of Salem Ladies' Aid held their the death of a former Arlington regular meeting last Wednesday, resident and pioneer, Mrs. Emma December 2nd, at Memorial Hall. Jane Brown, 91, who died Mon- The meeting opened with sing- day, Nov. 23, in an Ellensburg ing of several Christmas carols hospital following several weeks accompanied at the piano by Mrs. illness. Funeral services were Pete Jensen. Rev. Haukcnegs:,, gave held on Friday, Nov. 28, the body the devotion and a short talk. being taken to Seattle for crema- Mrs. Haukeness gave a reading. Social Security Officer Here Dec. 15 D. \V. Chap!n, field representa- tive of the Everett Social Security office, will be at the Arlington, City Hall Council Chambers on December 15th from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. "Don't depend on rumor and hearsay to find ou~, about social security," Chapin warns. "Get that information first.hand from the hunting pamphlet jacent regions, and if they wan. season, der down into these lower areas, At this time of year, such extr~ Either of these can be used to tion, following which her ashes The dining room was beautiful- your local field office. You can river areaem- the lucky hunter awaiting them combustibles as the Chaistmas smother a small grease fire if, were sent to Oakland, Calif., to ly decorated in the Christmas get information on your social se- tree, evergreen decorations and despite precautions, one occurs, rest in a columbarium next to motif and lunch served by host- curity credits, or on how much is about 6 milesof land may make his kill. gift wrappings are in the home. 8. Be sure your furnace is op- those of her husband, esses--Mrs. Haukeness and Mrs. payable to your widow and chil- ~ ~ ~ ~ .~~,~ Wiring for indoor and outdoor erating safely. Check periodical- The article continued as fol- Mickelson. dren, your dependent widower, or tree lights and other ornaments ly to see if the ceiling and walls lows: The Salem Ladies' Aid wish to to your dependent parents. Also may put a strain on electrical near it feel hot to your hand. If 'Mother Brown. as she was af- thank all who attended the Lute- bcot~etu on social security are ::~L , ~ circuits. Old lighting sets may so, additional insulation may be feetionately known, was born in fisk dinner at Memorial last Sat- available. have frayed or worn cords. In ad- needed to keep them from char- Alexander Valley, Calif., Feb. 23, urday to help make it a very sue- To make it easier for residents diLLon to furnaces operating at ring or catching fire. If in doubt, 1862, the daughter of Mr. and cessful affair, in the Arlington-Darrington area full-scale winter capacity, stoves check with an experienced re- Mrs. William Sanders Beeson.[ ------------o----------~ to contact a social security repre- are often being overworked, pairman. She was married to Albert BrownI Eltopia voters approved a bond sentative, Mr. Chapin calls at the cooking elaborate holiday meals. 9. See that no rubbish or kin-Iat Santa Rosa April 2, 1883. issue for a new 12-room school Arlington Cit.~ Hall on the 3rd Add these special holiday pre- dling is left near the furnace.I "He was in the lumber busi- with no dissenting vote.Tuesday of each month. cautions to your year-'round fire They might ignite from radiatedlness, and they made their home[ .... o safety habits, urges the National heat. ~at various places in CallformaiBT. FIDELITY SOCIAL CLUB Board: I 10. Provide metal cans for ash- and at Arlington from 1902 to[ "In addition to her daughter, Fidelity Social Club will meet 1910. He died in January, 1933,]she is survived by a son Vance at the A.O.U.W. hall Wednes(lay, 1. Throw away gift wrappings[es. Never place them in wooden and since 1934 she had made her Brown, of Shasta City, Calif.; four Dec. 16, at noon for potluck lunch, as soon as the presents have or paper boxes. ~:., been opened. I 11. Make a note to have the home in Cle Elum with her grandchildren, including Mrs. and to decorate the tree and din- .... ~ 2. Never smoke or lay a cigar- entire heating system inspected daughter, Mrs. J. C. Beson. Jane Peterson of Cle Elum and ins room for the Eastern Star ette down near the tree or greens, next spring, and cleaned and re- "She had belonged to the P.E.O. Jack Beson of Seattle; and six Christmas party. Each member is 3. When Christmas tree needles paired, if necessary, before us- Sisterhood for 45 years and was great grandchildren Another son!asked to bring two dozen cookies start to fall, take it down and dis- ing it again. ~ a member of Cle Elum chapter Clarence died in January, 1949. ]for the party. card it outdoors, arm - -- ..... ~~!i!i-iiiiii~ ~~ 4" Be sure that wiring fr hl Go enCh iday decorations does not over- Id load electrical circuits. 0 L 5. Look for the UL label of fire WaShow Pictures wm,t QUANTITIES and shock safety on every light- The Snohomish County Unit of with an Electrical Mrs. Hagan's Brother Walter A. Horn, Dies in Montana WaLter A. Horn, 59, assistant superintendent of division of Mil- waukee railroad, died at his that home in Miles City, Mont., on Fri- a day, Dec. 4th. Mr. Horn was a brother of Mrs. Jack Hagan, of this place. Mrs. Hagan left Saturday afternoon on the Milwaukee road, accom- panied by Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Ma- son of Everett and Mrs. A. R. El- well of Rainier, Ore. The ladies are sisters. The funeral service was held on Tuesday at Miles City. Burial will be at Rosalia, Wash. 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