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1300. PAGE EIGtlT THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASIIINGTON, TtIURDAY, DEC. 10, ( -o II hevrolet /3',_ Income r MRS. AGNES New C oso i DI ?sI ! Mrs. Nellie George. g . on To Show Dec. 18 , tLook]n /I e^rres~ondent /former resident of [J'lUr. [ l [] .up [Horse district and sis Detroit--Chevrolet introduces /.TmW(.~~'~ ~ '-- " " ' ....... ; ,.vi,._w_ ., ,-, |P-~nl~ [Ramona Nordstrom ling Itoagland, of th Its l~a~ model passenger cars[lil " [ la*"vVa~'' [. .... ~, nno.1. ]passed away Tuesday, Friday, December 18). I"i~.~(~ I [' ~ .... | .............. * /Seattle. She is survivec More than 7,000 retail dealers . . -. -~--- --[ Mff~-t'K~\/g$-'\ J I: ~,. A rang ll / Relatives here and also friend, /sns." Arthur, , Iver and nationally will display a variety ~ * ~'~ I tax payers [of Ramona iNordstrom werelana a daughter, Ella. of body styles in events that I1 t has been s lob,~-|-~n *~- ~ .... f her suddenI " range from annual open houses =AMP FIRE GR [ the hope tl /~J~'-~'~^~"-2" ~" r'm nt[prted it was educatmr to elaborate ~ntertainment pro- FO FRENCH CR [ cate these [~as~UFr~i~vmev~:#i~ge aP~et ~ad[ Frank Bailey was ta~ grams. The Eluta K .c funds comi [ .... 1.h~,~ ,,f ~ ~,~vo'~o hoad~ohelhospital last week and The showings come near the ~roup went to ~ iI I Several c ]~n'd'~'|~to"n~v~i~elo .... ""~u [sidered a very ill pers an's most suc r a ......... *--" ...... sed a brain t_- . . close of the comp y -a d".v, Dec" 5, o: I [of people............... freer l~nmon~ hn~ s._entn much of I continuation of the llln, cessful years. A statement by W. )ut their hobo a~ ~ trict. [her childhood days here with her summer. E. Fish, general sales manager, they fried har /~ I Says 'th~ ]relatives, the Nordstrom andl Mr. and Mrs. Claren( reported 1953 retail sales will be they say, tastec l~ [is not nee~ /Johnson families and attended lvisited the former's sisl topped only by the record-break- [or a hike in th so .( ......... t sult or en~,a~,,~ the servi .... o/school here She leaves two broth-tattle last Sunday and t( ing volume of 1950 once again lected various seeds and mosses.]ber meetinu of the Civil Defense]~rtat wnen_ng.urea to a ~aaturei,locati,~,, ~,: ~:u,,~,,~, Juno and Reno. [ebrate her birthday. " t otive w w err .~ t~ ulvalent oasis lne recora was -,~ -.- ~- .... ,,,s o~..,,.= .. , out-selhng all other au om Those who ent ere.Sh y e Arhngton libraryIt was[ q . - J~,~,,,,,o alca tn~htain iwf.... finn[ -- S Nels Nordst . J at th _ _. ....~ ............................... Mr ............. rom makes . - . Almh, N.aveda Chrlstler, Carol I learned that there is a dire short-lmaae ,ln,~acc~f2ance wltht?elwith respect to your check All[ Mr. and Mrs. George L. Ander-ling with an infection o Fish described the new moaelS]Nermo ~inaa Layman ~oulsela~,e of First Aid workers that in~ ............ # ................ ~ ........... : __ ~ ......... {. c~ .... {- ~,,~aa,, at ~ ..... -~ :* ~--- *- ....... ' "~VIr" ~'"'= wind that night causing the !uunee / .............. #.-v ....... .n:ehh .................... ~d ~le ind*'a'S'cc~gre~a?~:str:" ln"s es~foimIffv:d"#nd "f,t18 ~ ~ ' r e2'e' "- ' Plan y ale oo iS tO comac~ tne i g ./ ,r ._ . eecou[d ~' . . . . o a[ tra Lre~:?:~wevn:Mr?;~Y~W); itshra;e t:PaeCiatYs?:gvaCl?bg ~nf{~ren:lf l~hveen~uSt~ctDir~taO.r2df ~_::mf ~hd ~/~ae.rhantgtthen c~ fMS?cl~r~:ce George ....... ,~ .... " i~.. u~:, ....~ .... ,' "Ithen we have been asKedto con-lpower line workers to put in ex !establish your identity and the~f the t~ationa( ~eague o~ t IJohn Cole visited with "This is a record of popularity "iHester Bergan and Susie Murphy ~,.~, "*,',' ..... '*? ....... -" ......... ~ltra hours. The birthday cake]right to receive the check.' * /aistrlct posmasters. I nie Brooks and Mrs. C1 ........... U .......... ]nna [ne numoer ano names o, brou,,ht b,, ~-s Tveit wa= h .... | Local ner'n]o for whom oh~oLeI, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Roberson of/elton one day last we ne pointed out, mat can ue .bo v,v.t a,.,,~,, those interested in takin= a First~ ~, a .......... "1 v ,-~- ...................... . , ...... . ....... . ..,~,....., ...... matched by Iew products o~ any - o ..... ~" ...... Itifullv decorated to resemble alare waiting, are: Marvin Arthurs l~a~vwuu wvre rvyvnt v,a~.tu.~iiounQ Mrs. ~rooKs as kind in the last quarter century's CHICK-A.DEE BLUEBIRDS ~omrCgUrSsee ~vn~ ~mSea~in~lsg%eeelwrapped package. Arlington, Wash., 25th road No.' with Mr. and Mrs, ~ac~ ~avis.. ever, even though she ,: highly competitive American We met at the ho~ne of our a week nr-bablv at t~ Hi=hi Bob Damaske writes home from l Earn" H. Brumbaugh R 2 l..Mrs" L. C. Whitman and Doris[~er tne oocmr s care. " ' e " ~ ~" " Mar svi ' * ' wlarsflall spent a day oI last -- markets [leader Mrs Irene Johnson, onlqchoo~ mh,~re is no char~,e ex-[ Japan that he has received a[ y lle [ ......... [ ........ " " 1be ' ~ .... ~, . . week visiting Wltfl Mr. and Mrs. ~:emia~ The dealer exhibits wil lDec 7 after school We electedlcent the nurchase at a nominal[new rating. He ~s now Hospltal-t Charles Coward R 5 Arlington held simultaneously" acress the[cOmers .... for the year. They are /~,rice of a textbook' Will those l man First' Class. Congratulations[" John A Johnon .... Stanwood Ed ............ Holland, who are.,now ..... res~d-..11 ....... In the Nov. 26 msu ii:p:~Yr?dwwfei~owd~.~na1~od R~!! v~Viel" Ir.:P:rsr~uS!ede ~:E~l~eatn R!!!~" ~:t~s emeaPar" toWesley Sw nson, R 3 A mg m ~,nngt~n, uu~ ,u ,,, Times mere occurreu ~ he; Pn[' mtne, r~4.please call Stella Par ,. o~n dheMr~ i aGue~rgeDL : rllng hRlth Bradley r?:#~ned chO~e t ~!!sc:i~m~p~wO~O~:~i~)~u! announcement showings, brint~~ treasurer; Kathleen Knut- --,- ~ I ................. ' Holde- ~ to,,, nf a~o h .... Saturday after sp " g P / P Introductions will benefit from ~on scribe hrlstmas l'artv i,,,o~o mm Arnngton tins weeK. .. - .... .......~:.~..y ...... [of days with other school direc-[sponsible for the error. a broadscale advertising program' , " ~ _ . .... '7 [ " n ..... To ....... [raliroafl, no pUbliC mgnway,noltors in a'convention of school di-Jsincerely regrets any which the comoanv plans to con-Iwr vr~ ~a CHiCW N^. l ~ I . .. nu.~r: blA~VlF5 fairfield, no commercial phonelrectors held in Yakima fromlment to Miss Patsy ,. .~ ,. ,b~ - ,e. v * *.-~.. ,, - v v.~a. ~r - tinue throu,~hout next year t ............. [l-IIUd.y ygl~,e J,o lmgron Ptg. Co., Phone 493 [system no mayor or council IThursday until Saturday He re-]others because of the e, ~ " we-lO.lyaa-t~nlCK t~amp ~lre/ "~"" " " ' " - - c ' " ~*IoNn mot ~t the homo of o.r/ Jrriciay evening, ~ o CLOCK, l)e . ' ~ ~-~ ............................... ill lea {18th is the aate o[ me tmrn rt M ohl ,n ~. der, Mrs. Munizza, Dec. 2. Mrs. .' ...... J~LM JLvl(xao ~ut James snowed us how to make Christmas party. Tne meenng is Enters TeamIn at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Almli's, 210 McLeod. There will i Boys' Club League Arlington will be represented in th~ Snohomish County Boys' Club league again this year with a team entered by Stu's Snack Shop. Other teams in the league a r e : Marysville, Snohomish, Mukilteo. Lake Stevens and Mon- roe, Bobs', Club, Everett. The rules for the league games candy and cookie pl'ates. Brenda Cooley brought doughnuts for the treats.--Linda Terjeson, scribe. Bad Weather Adds to Traffic Hazards-Be Careful The Merry Christmas we dream about could be a nightmare for the careless walker or driver are: 1. All ~ames will be played Chief. James A. Pryde of the ..a.... ~'~'}1 School Basketball Washington State Patrol today ~ules warned Washington motorists, i 2. ~Io Baskelball Letterman orI "Bad weather is one of the Squadmen in this league, this in- greatest driving and walking eludes the 1st and 2nd team. [hazards at this time of year," 3. A boy may participate up tolPryde said, "and snow is not his 19th birthday. ]the only villain in this respect. 4. All league gamos .must be Fog, rain, and ice also are a snare played at the Boys' Club. for the unwary." 5. All games will De declared Whether you're ~valking or forfeit if a five-man team coronet driving, bad weather-- in any be placed on the floor within 15 form is a signal to slow down minutes of the scheduled start- Prvde asserted. ing time. :'Snow or rain make it diffi- 6. Any protest must be in writ. ing and must be received by Nor- man Ta'lor within 24 hours of the time of protest. The schedule for Marshlain's basketeers is as follows: Dec. 9---Vs. Boys Club Dee. 21--Lake Stevens Jan. 6-~Marysville Jan. 13---Monroe Jan. 29--Snohomish Feb. ll-~Edmonds Feb 18---Lake Stevens Feb. 22.---Marysville Feb. 25--Monroe Mar. 3--Mukilteo Mar. 1 l--bnohomish MINUTEMEN 4-H The Minutemen 4-H Club meet- ing was held al the home of Miss I~elgeland, and the next meet- ing will be at Darlene Under- woods. Misx, Helgeland served jello and cookies, and we drew names for Christmas presents. -- Reporter, Lilly "LPM 32o , Please" be exchange of gifts, a travelogue of Sandra Parsons' Chicago trip and a Christmas pantomime, be- sides a social hour of Christmas refreshments. Those with Decem- ber birthdays will enjoy Leila Steckelberg's cake as she got the dime last time. Will each family take a small amount of candY, please? The adult gifts are not to exceed fifty cents and the children's twenty.nine cents. If each family takes a gift for each of their children that will be fine. The whole community is wel:, come and is cordially invited to come. Sandra Parsons Returns from Chicago When Sandra Parsons arrived in Seattle Sunday, from Chicagc on the Milwaukee she was greet- ed at: the train by her mother and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gray. Stel- la had spent the previous night with the Grays in Seattle and on i cult for motorists to see pedes-Sunday Sandra and she enjoyed i trians and muddy, icy or wet dinner with them. Sandra told ofl pavements make it harder for the wonderful trip she had anl e driver to stop the car after he how she enjoyed every minute of ome it About the weather, something has spotted the walker or s . . s;iir::ti::~:lt:: ~/u~l~Pa~t~"al:e se2:~!hy~ed?hvlny~ko~'itndo!i. !l!d ers, too, are handicapped by bad]always the wind, the piercing weather conditions. They can't wind. see cars as quickly through a Preston -------- creen of snow, rain, or fog. And Recuperating they are not too sure-footed on We're glad to hear Cecil Pres- slippery pavements At Christ- ton is making a good recovery mas time, many pedestrians oh- from his recent operations He '~eure their vision by carrying ~ets around the house very well high stacks of packages. "In reviewing past years' acci- funl.his crutches and is most cheer- dent records," Prvde stated, "one _ __ out of every six pedestrians killedl Mrs. Merle Barnett and Mrs. in traffic accidents annually are killed during December." Both walkers and drivers are advised that slower speed and in. creased alertness are the best de- fense against winter's danger- ous weather. h When buying phonograph records or calling long distance... service is faster when you CALL BY HUMBER The precise phonograph record you wish to purchase is quickly located--when you ask for it by number! When you make long distance calls by numbe~--your call is oa its way in an equally speed manner., Remember to keep numbers handy and to always CALL BY NUMBER for quicker long distance ~r telephone service! ?BLBPHO iB fOilPliil Max Barnett were Sunday' after- noon callers at the John ~m,,-4. ~on home. Monday, Mr. an~ Mrs. J. Amundsen took Finn's wife Joyce, and son Ronnie to Darring- ton, where thev, Joyce and Ken- hie, are spending the week ,v~th her father, gohn Anderson. Mon- day evening the John Amund- sons visited the Phillip Widmev- ers. They helped celebrate Mrs. Widmeyer's birthday. Scotty Am- undson, Irene's boy, is enjoying this week with his grandparents, the Amundsons. A lucky or rather successful hunter last Sunday was Gil Mak- us. He bagged three nice ducks. Mr2and Mrs. George Moe of Arlington called on the Win. Tveits Monday evening. On account of Gene Zaretzke becoming 12 years old last Friday thane were guests for dinner that evening. They were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thorgaard of Seattle, Miss Ruth Aspli and Mr. Egel Olmsaa. both of Norway. Later in the eve- ning other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Christianson and her mother, Mrs. Foster, Mr. and Mrs. L. Zaretzke, all of Mr. and Mrs. John Amundson Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Wi{Imeyer and Mrs. Amelia ZaretzRe. There was a big cake and nice gifts. Many returns of the day, Gene. ' In celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Almli's forty-second wed- ding anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Ed Almli and Ronnie had dinner with therp Sunday. It won't be long till the Golden one, folks, then we will all help you cele- brate ! Mrs. Dale Steckelberg, accom- panied by her mother, Mrs. Nan Putnam, and Mrs. Edna Brende- muhl of Bryant, drove to Lake Wenatchee last Wednesday for a party Her mother, who had been visiting her for a few days, re. turned to her home at Crescent Beach on Lake Wenatchee. Callers at the Steckelberg home Friday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Edstrom and daugh- ter Shirley Shirley is working as a registered nurse at the Gener- al,hospital in Everett. Mrs. C. O. Roberts and son Dee of Seattle, stopped last Friday to see the John Luthis. They were on their way to New Mexico by bus to join her husband. In honor of Mrs. Wm. Kahler's birthday Mrs. Claude Damaske Saturday evening gave a little party for her. Besides the guest of honor there were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Tvelt and children, Leora and Bobble, and Little Pamela Kahler. Mr. Kahler was unable to attend because of the severe AT 1095 State St., Just Across the Street from B & M Super Market in North Marysville, Wash., on TU TI H UGE 1N VENTO RY consisting o| Rugs. Carpets. Home Furnishings has been committed for purpose of Absolute Liquida- tion at Public Auction. Everything will be sold piece by piece or in lots to suit buyers! H ow to Buy at Come select any item wish. No delay. Your will be put on the block and sold for just the public is willing to NOT for what it is worth, what it will bring at COFFEE & DOUGHNUTS FREE AT INTERMISSION! DOORS OPEN FRIDAY AT 1 p.m. for inspection and making selections for the AUCTION at 2 p.m. Come select what and bid what you like .... Don't be a "Wish I had" later. Come today and you don't have to regret that you missed You may select any article you wish and bid what you likel Auction in charge of J. N. Schmitz & Associates, Furniture Specialists. Nationally known furniture and rug auctioneers and .liquidators. Huge Assortment of Bedroom Suites, Living Room Suites, Bedding, Every Kind of Covering In this GREAT SALE, there will be sold Beautiful Living Room Suites, Bedroom Suites, Davenos, Lounges, Platform Rockers, Bed Springs, Innerspring Mattresses, Box Springs, Dinette Sets, Steel Hampers, Hassocks, Pictures, Mirrors, FIoor Lamps, Table Lamps, Ironing Boards, FeIt Base Yard Chrome Kitchen Chairs, Baby Cribs, Mattresses, Linoleum, Floor Covering, Lounge Chairs, Reclining Dining Suites, Solid Cherry Bedroom Suites and Mahogany and Hundreds of Other Household Articles. DON'T HESITATEI IT WILL PAY YOU TO COME HUNDREDS OF MILES TO THIS GREAT LIQUIDATION SALE. COME FOR BIG BARGAINS l~OR YOU WON'T BE DISAPPOINTED. THERE ARE NO RESTRICTI~)NS. YOU MAY SELECT ANY ITEM YOU WISH. NO DELAY. SAME WILL BE PUT ON THE AUCTION BLOCK AND SOLD. TERMS IF WANTED. 2 BIG- AUCTIONS DALLY All goes at ABSOLUTE AUCTION! Select ANY Item You Wish--i lo Delay-- Same Will Be Put on the Auction Block and Sold for What the Public is Will- ing to Pay-TNOT WHAT IT'S WORTH, BUT WHAT IT WILL BRING AT AUCTION ! 2 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. 7:30 to 10 p.m. Each Evening YOU DON'T NEED TO THING IN ORDER TO PATE IN THIS FREE ING . . . GIVEN BY SKILL I I | I 1 | THE REPORT OF THIS GREAT FMASH WILL ECHO FOR MILES AROUND, AND STOCK CANNOT LAST LONG. ALL OF THIS MERCHANDISE WILL BE DISPOSED OF WITHIN THE NEXT WEEK OR TEN DAYS. SO, DO NOT MI~S THIS OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE OUT- STANDING SAVINGS! MATTRESS I GIVEN FREE SUNDAY 2 BIG AUCTIONS DALLY P.MI TO 4 P.M. AND 7:30 TO 10 P.M. EACH EVENING WILL BE SOLD IN NEXT WEEK OR 10 DAYS A Once In a Lifetime Opportunity You Cannot Afford to Miss Special Selling Sunday 2-5 p.m. FREE COFFEE & DONUTS AT INTERMISSION Also Known as Kenneth E. Case & Ralph E vans. Associates; Also Red E 1095 State Street, Just Across the Street from B & M Super In North MarysviUe, Washington on Highway 99 LARGE AUCTION BANNER