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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, TttURSI)AY, 1)EC. 10, 1953. PAGE N]2 IE, more ARLINGTON HTS. "- v orel'ee"er Maye Richardson, corr. Phone 2372 can consumers are eat- mprovement Club !,ntry out of the present summary, is the re-Has Good Program e food dealers of the Disregarding, t h e inclement the current beef prob- -~ased here today by weather Saturday evening, the dell, manager of Safe- Arlington Heights Improvement ., the report states that Club had a good turnout. Follow- [rs. Consumer will eat ing the flag salute led by Boy 30,000 more head of Scout Kenney Mani, Miss Nancy calves this year than Johnson and her sister Kathy Johnson played the following pi- ano solos--"Piekaninny Water- rt, made on a survey of melon" and "Mealtime at the retail food stores all Zoo," by Nancy; "Danee of the ntry, tells what food Dwarfs" and "When the band e done to sell more plays Dixie," by Kathy. These how retail prices of little girls have been taking les- come down and ex- sons only the past few months lacy of judging beef and show considerable talent. priced steaks. Larry Start sang an amusing )ple judge the price solo "Santa brought me Choo by looking at the Choo Trains" which brought and not realizing smiles to all faces. Nancy John- of an average 1000 son in Indian costume gave a are only about'pretty Indian dance, accompan- fancy steak," Odell fed on the piano by little Miss these most Kathy This program was greatly of beef have declined enjoyed. Mr. C. W. Fowler gave from November 1951 an interesting and informative to a survey em- talk on the Snohomish County region of the coun- Planning Commission There are added, eight members of the commission bargains today are the from Snohomish County, two and medium from this area, Mr. Bill Gisberg which include such and Mr. Fowler. They hold a pub- as Chuck Blade lie hearing once every month. Ribs, Rump Roast, Land owners are urged to at- of the Round, tend these meetings, and work and Boneless Bris- out any difficult problems they these cuts of beef may have with the aid of the buys is that the planning commission. The corn- decline from Sep- mission is not dictatorial, but is 1951 highs to set up with the aim of looking to on medium priced future development of Snohomish 17c per lb. while County. Heling the people help e on the econorrky themselves, helping them work ged 23c per lb.,~out problems of acreage platting, out. road planning, sewage disposal, [ ] VICTORIA , I11 SHOULTES v .... !I .D Pick '54 Colors r,. Marie Duerr, Mrs. Lynn Danielson " | "" : ' I Passes om'resDondent. [ The Shoultes Girls' 4.It Club .Mrs: Orm Downey of Tacoma *lancer, Saturda,~ ev,~,,i .... ~ , ..... !met S ~turdav ,~t the ho,ne of P ~-i~'lSlre? lvlrs. Ed Lafayette Friday. Mrs .... -"-~ .... / "-....a ,~ last week ..... Tr..._ "~ " k ~ ". "_ ' ~x~ll'S. L, aI~'yette returned to Ta ~ ~warLe tJuerr ~a a Iormer - . ' ' Y[lOlla llalllmerly. ~ snort ous- . " "~ - ' ' Mr; and Mrs..C. L; Damelson, line~s meeting, w h,l,~ "~t urhloh COIlla ~A:llfl hcr Friday evening. Iresident of Arhngton.. widow of UllII ann rearmy oI East Stan-' : ~ : o as ............ ~"~w?,~u'e si~o eaent the w i one oi Arllnglons earl r-nay r ' . !time they discussed club dues~ ," ..... t.-. eek-end, chants .- .3 _ me_-, wood and Cleo Damelson of l ........ " .... ': the Naomi Circle of the Metho- f . Chris Duerr, dmd at a Ta- Warm Beach were visitors at the lann year pros..r~eeoro OOOKS for dist Chureh will meet Dec i6 at~,ema hospital Friday, Dee. 4, fol~ ..... ~ " lhe year were given out. A short~rho oh.rob " lo~Alng a lingering illness. Lynn IJanleison nome. I Chri~stmas party followed with an ""~.I~-"~Y':" . I She was born i" r, .......... Sunday of last week Mr. and exchange of ~ifts Refr-~ .... *o I ~e l~elghoornood Club met I % ' 1, ~c,mauy ~u Mrs. Pigort were dinner guests of'were ~e~rved ~ The next~mee~i~~iwith Mrs. Joe Bockwinkel on nao resided in the Arlington area the A1 Pigorts of Bothell. will be at the home of Myrna Lag Thursday. Plans were made for a ~or~;~oe~tal ~'nears,pnm~,to moving Sunday guests at the Harry ion Jan. 2. ~.nrmrmas party to be held De-iknown survi~ xma:, ~ne.nas no, eemDer 1~at thehome of Mr 'ors. t~ravesme ser~ Hansen home were Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Seymour Shoultes was ~- , -; S',v, ..................... "l :nctor Wl bUrrK .on, Delores and Marvin plegSan ey suhrepnsedivSUpdaaYhe:nee ar, anoerson. _ Cemet*er;%~uesday tn~. ~rn ~ P under the direction of the Moll: call from her son Lt Commander For Funeral H . George Baldwin, Jr. spent the ' ome Tho ~ v ~. week-end at his" parents' home. Walter Curwen, and his family ............. Porter of Arlin~t'o',-~ ,, "~-~;~.~.~.~2~..=~,,~, Bellingham uests at the Snar ~ro~ ~ v'n'ginia to congratulate DI'IUVI~L DRAI3LINE Church offieiutorl g " n . ' ........ a .... temo home Sunday were Mr. ander on net .mrthday.. Mrs. or ltoe Work The Chris Duerr shoe store w~ Mrs John Setzer and four chilbnoultes was nonorea a~ noon Call well known to old timers. It o-, with a birthday dinner at the S.Y. LEDBETTER cupied quarters at cornet oil Stanley Shoultes home at Mukil- Phone 3545 teo. ^rnngtonFourth and Olympic, now occu- pied by Riehter's Jewelry. As one of several Steps in the selec- lion of best finishes for soon-to-be. shown 1954 models, Chevrolef olficlals viewed 390 miniature cars, each painted a different color. Above, E. N. Cole, chief engineer, (I.) and W. E. Fish, general sales manager, inspect a candidate. Degree of Honor Junior Club Notes prices in the Pacific adequate school facilities to meet ve followed the na- present and future needs of The Junior Clubs of the Degree he. They have gone growing communmes hoping in of l-I ....... n, ,._,~ .... v " s "me of the-- __u,,u~. wn~ ,tom t~nrlstmas. ~erage of 22c per lb.~..o~ a...-t'~h~Stl'wa"Yis high of November ~kas{dathave been tPh:tl~W M:~ldTYeD:;oull4thw;~l ers are spending at made in the past through lack~ .... g p $12,500,000 annually of foresight; I meet as follows: 1st and 2nd A short business meeting was raders a advertising and pro- ' " I g t 2:30" 3rd through 7th all these bargains in held The Christmas party to be ..... ' , . ......~graoers a~ 6"60 ana all the mem- held on the evening or me mn~bers of the'' ..... attention of America's resen~ , ~eenage tcluo win 's, the report revealed, being the last one for the p [meet at 8 o clock m the evening entertainment committee we There will be s ' " one of the cooperating . "t ani~ou"~ pecmi entertain- the national study wish to g~ve them a h_ y /ment for all the members and .~d the retailers' re- for the fine programs mey nave/santa will furnish th " " ,[ e treat the national figures given us. Members were as~eo own e x~o e r i e n c e for suggestions for future enter- the country. Mr. Odell tainment and Waylan Starr is to retailers would con- head a committee to arrange for beef and that the next party. It was also decid- expected to continue ed to have a New Year's party "These low prices at the hall, details to be an- cuts have caused nounced later. to make beef a of their menu rather Billie Hurt returned home Sun- an occasional lea-day from Arlington General Hos- Progressive retailers fital, where he has been under- : the country will con- treatment. All others in the the sale of icinity who have been on the crippled or ailing list are on the uptrend. With Christmas season nearing, we hope all are com- sses pletely recovered by then and able to enjoy the festivities dren. Brad Ipsen was also an af: ernoon visitor. Wednesday, the Frank Pigorts notored to Snohomish and were guests of the Les Pigorts. On Sun- day they were dinner guests of :the Wares of East Stanwood. The Erling Brekhus family at- tended a birthday dinner Wed- nesday, given at the Arnstead horn,in Everett by Mrs. Arnstead for Mrs. John Brekhus. Mrs. Brekhus, Janice, David, and Danny attended a birthday party Thursday for Beverly Carl- son at her home in Bryant. The community meeting has been moved up a week to Dec. 18i [to avoid conflicting with the Christmas holiday. Little Steven Schei, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfre(f Sehei, celebrated his fourth birthday Friday when his grandmother, Mrs. Elmer Lar- son of Silvana, his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Schei, Mrs. Kappell and Kenny, Mrs. Clar- ence Anderson and Richard, Mrs. Munson and David, Mrs. Vernon Schei, Ronnie and Donald, Mrs. Ole Haarsager and Johnny came to spend the afternoon at the Al- fred Schei home. O Use Times Classified Ads -- busy, effective, salesmen. Heights Improvement Club to be the Arlington area held on the nineteenth. ~ing intormed ol Mrs. Oliva Lilloren and sons classes in be-* were pleasantly surprised last ntermediate English Monday when Mrs. Inger Volig- for Naturalization ney of St. Paul, Minn., and an requested to ~:on- uncle from Everett came for an School office at unexpected visit. Mrs. Oliva Lil- and Oakes Ave., loren accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Prospective Denzell Lilloren and daughter inform the office Bonney and Cheryl to Paulsbo on Which they are in- Thanksgiving clay, where they -~ave their complete enjoyed a turkey dinner with all so that in- the trimmings at the home of Mr. be sent regarding and Mrs. Peter We]Is. Mrs. Lidia Dirks and Catherine J.C. planned. The Itome Demonstration Club ide survey to de~r- will meet for their Christmas par- needs .of for- ty on Wednesday, Dee. 9th. Host-. and non-eiti- esses are Mmes. Kathryn Nor- county is be-man, Sarah Meyer and Myrtle -~d by the Evening Leffler. The committee working of Everett Junir~on the draper~_es Ior the club- xflarly offers]house windows have the traverse English and rods and plan to have the draper- to help prepare ies finished and in nlaee for the p examina- Christmas party of the Arlington ~Arlington area received a letter this week from ating in these Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bissel from grund Espedal, San Raphael, Calif. They, with Anderson, R. 1, Mrs. Doris Bissel, are on their HAS way to Southern California They -- plan their next stop at Brawley, where they will visit a brother of Ada's. Mr. and Mrs. John Patch Jr., and family spent Sunday with ~he John Patch, Srs., of Sisco Jeights. ~ew Homes Prelilmnary work is being done several acreages ol the Ar- lington Heights district, prepara- tory to home building. Tne Noble Kennedys are making consider- able showing, cleciring their homesite on the property thoy re- cently purchased from the Buck- leys. The Ted Johnsons have slash fires going each week.end also. The Jack Planques are get- ting their fireplace built this week and have the exterior o[ LIVES their home about finished, and eee the surrounding ground leveled. Maurice Hartleys have their roof HAVE o,1 and windows in place and are going up with the brick ve- ~eer as the weather permits. The 0 H E ! Andrew Swanstons have the new aSdition comprising dinette and bathroom almost completed, not had a "Safe- while the Richardson castle is recently, bring it still up in the air. I check: -o Garrett's NECCHI & ELNA SEWING CENTER 2703 Rockefeller Ave. EVERETT, WASH. Phone Ce. 2713 Come to the Big Dance At le ge Two Miles West of Granite Falls Good Music Refreshments $1.00 Per Couple Goldendale high gridders were LIGHTS given a trip to see WSC's 25 to 20 STEERING win over the U. of W. by fans ap- preciating a second league title. at your service... without restriction to make this holiday season bright and pleasant for all. There are no restrictions on the use of electric power in Snohomish County this year, whether you want to use inside or outside Christmas lighting. The PUD is prepared to handle max- imum loads this year, in contrast to last year when protracted drought caused severe power shortages all over the Northwest You are invited to use electric power for a brighter Christmas and better living. OF SNOHOMISH COUNTY OOeeeoeeeeeeeoeeooeoeoeeoeoooe.eeeoeeeee~eoeeeee. "*00'''" e ee .......................................................... *eo eooooeooeeee.e.eee~. ~.. ~ o ~OO0~..~" \ See the new Chevrolet at . . . lives safer, tool 'Electric SERVICE PHONE 136 The Arlington Times PHONE 499 PHONE 871 - ARLINGTON, WASH.