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THE ARLINGTON TIMES. ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, DEC. 17, 1953 .PAGE THREE ,,~,N'~W C.Rg$ag tion, but in the last few years we C,r.Ao h i[ , ., ~.,,~v-~u have accumulated knowledge of ~.Ja~,~, ,~ av,~u,,,avaa [] here1 linch highly successful methods of'(~y~r ~ Yaa~ has II ....... treatment." ]v.~.. ~ ~.~a ~6~ [| Weremore new cases of Dr. Kahl indicated that the] Nicholas L. Keyock, Market[I. ~s discovered in Wash- case-finding program in Wash-[Administrator, Puget Sound-t~ ,f~te thls year than the ington a cooperative undertakinglWashington marketing area, an-l" or the l a~t three years.:of health department~osa2dssO!]~iOUnnoe~dtrodaYAthma[lthe pl~OdlUue:[t [or the year todalY,, state and local tuberc . " n -Washin ton market t ~llable by Dr J A Kahl. I cla. tlons..would be steppeo upl.get Seu [dor themogth of Nvem" r/ t:t: D~_rT~or ,of Healthwlthls year -" o the fact[~ng ~953 was 52,203,231 pounds. beeembei 5th 2122 ne I tte called attention t -" This is 22 96% over a year ago, ve been. dl covered in[ ,.hal the Tuberculosis AsSoelanOn[and on a daily basis, 2.39% be- t Kahl said Careful estl is now conducting its annual[ ......... h ~r,~rlno t Y Dr. Cedric Northrop, Christnlas Seal Sale /low me prevmus mout . r ..... - the Division of TB Con-] "urebeen" work[-'- in|tion of Grade A milk in the]t f- Cute that cases expected l , " A'? ~ w ..... ..s r month of October 1953 was/~ .~. rl - ClOSe aiilllailon ltll tne l uDe - . ': d between now and their, A .... .... . ,,o q5]24.69% over the previous October.| {e ear w" " ..,.. u t Y " dl bring the to.I ......... or i *" inlThe average butterfat test of/ |: aIilllaieo local gun zanons . ~roxlmately 2288 Thin is ....... ~ .... hat Grade A milk for the month of[( ~: 8 " wasnlng[on. I ~,lncerely nope t " ~ ~ 7~'nore cases than were[ ....e " f thi - - when[November 1953 was 431~ The[ .~ 'd 'n ~- [ne reslo .nts o s slate " " 1 19a0 [ - -" rt b "" m bercu [average test for Nove~nber 1952|t I[ '0nsis " " asKea ior suppo y me ~u - ~ tanlly large num- , ........ i~er[Was 439~, The average test of[ ~- w cases discovered eachllt~SlSva~S~2~laUnntW~ntienS~at producer milk utilized in Class I] ~. eates to us that in ,'pitel., i at" -e ' ontin Ifor the month of November 1953[i V ele o file organ z" Ion maK s In c - P "entage of occupan-t . "h s cce~ .......... inst[Was 3 917~, and for October 1953[~ r 1:12 . tllllg 11 e "u "SlUl light aga " e~ l~ . berculosls hospitals ....... )~ Kahl sat-~ was 3.80)~, while for November[ ~.. ton State's tuberculosis ~D, . u. of the previous year it was 3.95%.1~ is far from resolved," .~ . o ... . [ The announced minimum price][ said. [ And n you Keep ~[ zor a oay,[to be paid producers for deliveries[ ~. apparent to us that dis-/ wny not always. ]of Grade A milk to plants ha Dis-[ned an interesting Christmas pro-I'~ Unsuspected tuberculo-/ But you can never keep it [triet No. i is $4.96 per cwt. for]gram to be presented at the Get-[][: ,re important now than it/ alone. |milk testing 4%. For each point/chell Community church. Dec. 18.[~. ALL OVER TOWN? been,, he said. "Not only l --Henry Van Dyke. [variation in test from 4%, this]Everyone is cordially invited. I~ adequate hospitaliza-[ * * * ]price will be adjusted by $.084.[ Sunday visitors at the Ole[~ ""-~--~--~~- ]~rhis price is 3 cents per cwtdJohnson home were Mr. and Mrs.[[. ~1[ ~ [above the announced price forlDick Spitzer and Kenny of Ever'[~ ~ll II 1 ITE f-'_l l:::T [October !95B, and 87 cents per[ett, Mrs. Robert Hough, Mrs. Les-[ LVUK'~)'" CHRLqTMA.g ..~4~ [cwt. belOWprice the announced uni-]ter Beard and 2 daughters of Bel.[~~.,~,~.~g_ ~L()R[ k-~__~ [form for November 1952. [fair and her sister of Bremerton[~ _ __ ,_ -- .......... ~ ~ :~'r~ [ Disposition of fluid milk, milk[and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Gay of[~. [REE NEEDS [drinks, and cream was below Oc.[Enumclaw: .... [~ . ~~'. ~....~ ltober 1953 These ~ecreases were/ ears. tcaipn tiosworm accom-/~ L rATER TOOt -1.- 15.91%, 8.31%, and 1.34%, re-[paniedMr, an1Mrs. RudySydow[ 18RIffY $80PP[R /ff $ 0R[ ~ ~" .~' [spectively. As compared to No:[and family to Seattle Saturday]~ [vember 1952, disposition of fluiaInight, where they attended the[~ The most satishcmr~ method of areservlae (~mum~ [milk increased 2.87%, milk drinks[ Boeing Christmas party at Uni-[~ ..... -" , ". - " - .. /increased 2 12%, while cream dis- [versity stadium. , [![ -ccs is to keep a nign content ot water withia me tree. rouow ~ .... ;creased 140% There' Rev R Su"runowski's barn'' Gifts for Pa. for Ms. for the little folks and not so these suggestions tot a,safee Holiday ~,oa: /PS/e~'Indsundays in November,]caught fire w~ile he was away/t ,~, [1953 as compared to four Sundays ]from home last week and burned/]~ . ~otaia a tree that has been cut as recently as possible, ha. fin October 1953. November 19521to the ground. 11[ little folks -- in short, Gifts for all. mediately cut off the end of the trunk diagonally at least one ]also contained five Sundays. I Mr, and Mrs. Bill Kluin and i~. inch ~,.,. ,~,, ,,,;.;.o~ ..... A Stand the tree at once ia a [ ~-o----~ [family called on Mr. and Mrs. A1- "- 7"" ; ...... ~"'~ "~'" ":" " v " --v :- [BUSY BAKERS 4-H CLUB [bert Kluin at Edgecomb Wednes- [~ ~" ,~atamer o~ water ann ~eep me water ~e et ano me cut [ The Busy Bakers 4-H girls held]day evening. ~.. s~riace during the entire time you have the tree.|a meeting at Morrine Torske's[ The Getchell Sunday School ~. WE HAVE A GIFT FOR YOU -- Du ng the last week before Do " " "~rect ~ ! " t. [home on Dec. 5th. A future skit-]will present their Christmas pro- no~ ptace tree near a raaiator or in me a" now o n~ ling party was discussed. [gram at the church, Dec. 20, at ][ Christmas, beginning Friday, December 18--a Free Relish Dish Never Place tree near any otxm Itame. [ After the business meeting[7:30. A 30 minute film, entitled ~. - " -- [games and opening of Christmas ]"The Greatest Gift," will be with ea0h purchase. Use only nonflammable decorations- no cotton or paper. [gifts were enjoyed. Potluck lunch ~shown. ~ ....... :. - /was servecL A specmi meeungI ~wr. ann Mrs. A. U. westmna ~. Use only electric lights (no candles) and see that all the strings [wilt be held Dec. 29th at 2 p.m. [ and son Nicky and Denny West- - . .... , - lat Dorothy Madson s home. All I land of Marysville spent the are m good ondmon Do not leave tree rights ourmng when Re w ek end in T c no .... " ...... [~nothers are urged to come.--- "l e - , " a oma with Mrs. ~. one ~ m me house, rrequenny mspec~ me tree to see . Iporter, Morrine Torske. [Westlunds sister, Mrs. Katherine ~ ELECTRICAL GIFTS -- TOOLS -- FISHING TACKLE amy of the needles near the lights are turning brown, ll so, [ ----------o ]Grovel ]g Change the location of the lights. Do not let branches touch [SILVANA BOYS" 4-It , ] Elder and Mrs. David Bauer i[ the bulbs Be certain -o metal tinsel touches lieht ~ockeu. [ The Silvana Boys' 4-H Cluo metland four aaughters of Everett ~ IOI5-IO]t i-TOI i -- HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES. )- " . " "- at ~he schoolhouse Dec. 2. [were dinner guests of Mr. and ]~ -~cate on-off swnch away from tree. Our leader, Mr. Larson, hand- [Mrs. Willis Hilde Saturday. [ "Do .... ed out our new project books,[ Robert Humphreys and Janiee ~. not prate electric trains arouna me tree. and we were told to keep them]and Diane Hilde went on a 3- ]~ Best u must kee up to date. ]mile hike with their Pathfinder ~" remove tree when needles stun falling. If yo P There was much discussion oflClub Sunday afternoon. The ~.. a few days longer, limit lighting to a hall houx at any one recreation for the coming year., group meets every Wednesday Your Cbristraas Be a Merry and a SaJe One W. H. FOWLER AGENCY Jan. 6. A delicious lunch was served by Mrs. Erickson--Gerald Brek- bus, reporter. O In Arlington - Phone 1344 KILLOUGH CLEANERS tot Hat Blockin~ ann ~=leaning Our next meeting will be held evening, where they are doin textile painting and woodcraft. O ARLINGTON, WASH. FROM CHRISTMAS HEADQUARTERS LAKE WOOD Mrs, tltlde, corr. Phone 2117 'arewell Party Mr. and Mrs. William tlasko entertained with a cqmbination i birthday and farewell party at their home Sunc]ay, in honor of little David Hasko's 2rid birth- day and to bid farewell to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Luken, who left for California Monday morning. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Erickson, Mr. and Mrs. Don Wallace and children and Mrs. Amelia Hasko. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin McLach- len and 2 daughters of Anacortes spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lyons. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bjorn were Mrs. Lawrence Lorenzen and daugh- ter Linda, Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Bjorn, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Loren- zen, Mr. E. Y. Scott and Mr. and Mrs. Nels Rasmusson and son of Arlington. YOU, SAVE A RL1 N (I T( ) N ES Judy Swimme celebrated her MOM-.- For the KIDD . . - 5t:h birthday Sunday at a family ~ dinner. The guests were Mr. and t,~ ,D.~,,,,~.;.~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Mrs. C. Fortin, Miss Erma Lund- T JYI$ GAI ) ~ strom and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lundstron~. Monday afternoon Dolls . '. $1.29 'o $9,95 several of her friends called tolll wish her a happy birthday. They]l] were Ronnie Baunsgard, Susielll and Miekey Jaeobson, Alan Star- ~'-" Cowboy and Cowgirl ~/4~ inger and their mothers. Suits .................. $1.98 ,~,[~ illj~l~l~ Mrs. E. Y, Scott has been ad- Electric Coffee mitted to an Everett nursing Steam--Irons Hats ................. ".. $1.05 ~ calhme'care.Whereshe sheis reportediS under show-medi" ~er Deep Fry Cookers ~_-- " ~ ~A~ ing some improvement. ~aster Toaster ~'~,'~ ~'--q~/~ ' ~ ~ Mrs. Vernon Bjerkaker enter- 'Xbles ~,~[ tained at a party for her hus- TABLE AND CHAIR band's birthday o n Sunday. ~tom~rttc Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Einor les Drier SETS Olson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Art Brevik. Mrs. Alfred Bjorn and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Bjorn and ~~ son Alan. ~" $9.9S to $12.95 Mr. N. J. Torrey passed away at a hospital in Everett on Fri- ERECurOR SETS .................... $~2.00 and up day. He had been a long-time resident of this community. ELECTRIC TRAINS ............. $12.98 to $39.50 Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Johnson ENGLISH RACER BIKES ................$51.95 and family motored out from Richmond Beach on Saturday to help Mr. Gower Hanson cele. MIXERS TRUCKS brate his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. from 75c to GAMES, PUZZLES, DiSH SETS, CARROM BOARDS, POOL TABLES, DOLL CRIBS, DOLL HOUSES, BOOKS AND HUN- DREDS OF OTHER TOYS, FROM 49c up. SMALL TOOL KIT S~s (Portable le) Tackle TOols Red Flyer Coaster Wagon....8.66 FOR THE HOME... OUTDOOR LIGHTS 2-Light ...................... $2.59 15-Light .................... $5.39 INDOOR TREE LIGHTS .................. 98c up ELECTRIC SMOKERS $16.9S to $18.9S BUY FOR LESS AT COAST-TO-COAST BECAUSE WE BUY FOR LESS Adkins from Everett were also guests. The Happy Gardeners 4-H Club held a Christmas party Thursday night at their assistant leader's home, Mrs. Einor Olson. There was an exchange of gifts. Lunch !was served and a good time had }by all. , The First Lutheran Ladles Aid will meet at the social hall this Friday evening at 8, for their Christmas party. Mr. Don Moe and children from the Parkland Children's home will be guests. Potluck lunch will be served. A group of 14 blue ribbon win- ners of the Lakewood 4-H clubs attended the banquet Sponsored by Sears Roebuck on Saturday afternoon in Everett. The boys were presented each a" leather belt while the girls received a lovely necklace. Elsie and Virgil Hanson went on a 3-mile hike with the Path- finder Club on Sunday afternoon. The club meets every Wednesday evening for textile painting and woodcraft. Arlington Airport Phone 2401