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PAOE FOUR Tile ARLINGTON TIMES, ARI,INGTON, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, DEC. 17, 1953 BRYANT Alice- Thomsen Phone 2503 Bryant Grange Installation Dec. 18 Bryant Grange will have instal lation of officers Friday, Dec. 18. There will be a potluck lunch The pub'lie is welcome to attend as it will be, an open meeting. State officer K, T. Knutson will be the installing officer. Juvenile officers will also be installed Fri- day night. Bethel Mission Sunday School program will be Sunday, Dec. 20, at 8 p.m. Everyone is welcome. Boulder And Grandview Party December 19 The Boulder and Grandview clubs joint Christmas party will be Saturday, Dec. 19, at 8 o'clock. Gifts to be exchanged- man bring a man's gift and lady bring a lady's gift---parents bring for their own children, with their child's names on. Gifts nd~ over 50 cents. A potluck lunch, "each family bring either sand-i wiches, cake, cookies or jello. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Heimer and children visited Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clar- ence Pearson of Monroe. Mrs. Gordon Blacken and son of Lakewood spent the week-end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Boursaw, while Gordon was on a Scouting trip. Sunday visitors at the Boursaw home were Mr. and Mrs. Jess Boursaw and their new son, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Markson and Mrs. Louis Markson, and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carlstad and son Richard of Lynnwood . Mrs. Rue Ennis of Bellingham came Saturday to spend the week-end with her sister, Alice Thomsen. Saturday afternoon Les Haddenham, Frank Mitchel and Paul Riedel, all of Seattle, spent several hours and Sunday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Had- denham and Sharon came for the afternoon. The Guys and Gals 4-H Club will meet Dec. 21. Sunday dinner guests at the Albert Bowles home were "Mr. and Mrs. Glen Cramer of Coupe- ville, Mr. and Mrs. Lee McKern. an and family and Larry McKer. nan, the occasion being Mrs. Bowles' and Lee McKernan's birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Simms of Seattle were up Sunday to visit Mrs. Simms mother, Mrs. Mar- garet Hoshaw, at the Art Fuller- ton home. Mrs. Hoshaw is quite ill at the present time. O VICTORIA I Mrs. Lynn Danielson, eorresvondent. Thursday dinner guests at the Pigort home were Mr. and Mrs. Clem Olson. On Sunday the Lloyd Rikers of Bryant were din. ner guests of the Pigorts. Dinner guests Sunday at the Ray Kappell home were Mr. Kap- ~ell's brother, Mr. and Mrs. Norm appell, and family. Mrs. Countryman and Mrs. Boyd Parrish called on Mrs. Bob Atwood Saturday at her home in Cedarhome, where she is re- cuperating from an operation. Seattle guests at the Pete Ost- lund home Friday were B. A. Johnson and son Bill. Later in the afternoon *Pete and his guests called at the Erickson home, be- ing Seattle acquaintances of the Ericksons. O RICHTER'S JEWELRY Arlington, Wash, ^trra~mm~ oR~ J~ I Dr. L. LAU a OPTOMETRIST BAyview 9015 2612 Colby Avenue Everett, O FOR ONLY ....... Any Size - Your Choice Designed for that lower, longer look so prized in modern automotive [ of motoring. For 1954, a total of 13 body models are available in three styling, the new Chevrolets meet other high standards besides eye appeal. I series of cars. The Powerglide automatic transmtMion, linked to a 125- The 1954 models have more power, better performance and chassis ira- [ horsepower engine, is now optional on all cars. Above Is pletur~ the provements that will substantially increase the pleasure and convenience [ Bei Air four-door sedan. Crimson Circle Annual Dance Set for Dec. 29 The annual W S C Booster Dance, traditionally held at the Spanish Castle midway between i Tacoma and Seattle on highway 99, will again be given this year. Slated for December 29~ the dance will be under the auspices of Washington State College's senior men's honorary, Crimson Circle. A cordial invitation to attend is extended to all students, alum- ni, guests and friends of the college. Gordon Green's orchestra will l provide music from 9:30 to 2:00 a.m Student entertainment will be presented during intermission. Proceeds, never used for Crim- son Circle itself, will be used to support the organization's year- ly upperclass scholarships and other campus projects. o Ed's McAlpm iService Official AAA Representative Automobile Club of Washing. ton headquarters, in Seattle, an- nounced today the appointment of Ed's MeAlpin Service to be the official representative of that organization's emergency road service department in the Arling- ton area. Commenting on the appoint- ment, J. C. Gregory, manager of a program that last year ser- viced 22,000 calls for emergency road service in the 22 counties served by the Auto Club. This ap- pointment makes emergency ser- vice immediately available to all ]Auto Club members in the Ar- ling area." The Automobile Club of Wash- ington is affiliated with the American Automobile Associa- tion to serve the ~area of Wash- ington State west of the Colum- bia River. The nearest district of- rice of the Auto Club is in Ever- ett, under the managership of Robert H. Nelson. Besides emergency road ser- vice, the Automobile Club of Washington provides touring in- formation, reservation service, and other special benefits to mo- torists. 0 City's Finances : In Good Condition With total receipts of $9,773.80 for the month of November, and total disbursements of $8,294.56, the town treasury showed a bal- ance of $27,406.62 at the end of November, according to the re- port of Treasurer Webb Moor- man, which was read- to the councilmen at the regular ses- sion Monday night, Dec. 14. The detailed report shows re. ceipts from taxes, $1,961.30; ad- mission tax, $217.95; f i n e s $436.20; punch boards, $121.92 State Liquor Board, $967.60; Wa tar Dept., $2,367.74; Garbage Dept., $828.25; Consumers De- posit, $20.00; Total receipts ar',d balances previous month, $35,- 701.18. Disbursements were: Current Expense, $1,987.79; Water De- partment, $2,742.34; Garbage Dept., $530.02; Consumers Depos- it, $25; Street Fund, $759.41. Balances, all funds: Current Expense, $7,128.09; Water Dept., $844.50; Garbage Dept., $2,088.25; Street Light Dept., $175.28; Con- sumers Deposit, $370.00; Airport Fund, $259.64; Water Bond Fund, $694.50; City Street Fund, $2,. 673.75; Cumulative l~eserve, $2,- 592.51; Securities investments. Water Dept., $1,000; Water Bond Fund, $2,000; Garbage Dept., $2,- 500; Airport, $2,980.00. Christmas is the gentlest, love- liest festival of the revolving year --and yet, for all that, when it speaks, its voice has strong au- thority.--W. J. Cameron. The Arlington Times PHONE 493 Trees on private property. Remem- ber it's unlawful to trespass. American Legion trees are cut on the Legion Tree Farm under good conservation practices. They are all ready for you. All sizes. See pick yours at Ed's McAlpin Service, and ber the price is only $1.25. ARLINGTON POST NO. 76 SHOULTES Mr. and Mrs. Erling Andersor md children, Judy and Nancy, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Britt Dudek. [ Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hayes J attended the wedding reception of their niece Mr -and Mrs. Roger! ' . I Jenny, m the Methodmt Church in Arlington Saturday evening. Mrs. Dell Wills has returned here to stay with her daughter, Mrs. Vern Sowards, till after New Years. Those from Shoultes attending the 4-H Banquet sponsored by Sear.s Roebuck in Everett on Sat- urday were Mrs. Britt Dudek Mrs. Harry Hammerly a n d daughter Ramona, Mrs. Vern Sowards and son. Howard and David and Mary Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Sowards and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Weeks an. tertained the 50-50 Club at the Methodist Church Saturday night. Their guests were the M. Y. F. group, who presented a 12 min- ute skit, which was enjoyed im- mensely by everyone. The groui sent a Care package for Christ- mas and also donated to the Sunday School fund. A delicious lunch was served at the close of :he meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Lowry Mounger md family of Seattle were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Seymom Shoultes Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Pearson of Arlington visited with Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hayes on Wednes- day evening. Mr. and Mrs. John De Costa at- tended an official visit in Puy- allup Tuesday. o Use Times classified ads--busy. effective salesmen. For SHOVEL DRAGLINE or Hoe Work Call S. V. LEDBETTER Phone 3545 Arlington DISPLAY FRIDAY ?, \ The new 1954 Chevrolet Bel Air 4-door sedan. great series, Chevrolet offers the most beautiful of models in its field. Powerglide automatic transmtl now available on all models, optional at extra! Powered for Performance! Engineered for Economy! with POWER BRAKES, AUTOMATIC WINDOW and SEAT CONTROLS Come see the most beautiful, most powerful Chevrolet ever built.., the new car that combines great new performance with money-saving gas mileage l In every way, Chevrolet now brings you even more of the things you want. More beauty with brilliant new styling in Body by Fisher and bright new color har- monies outside and inside the car. More power and finer performance with new high-compression engine power in all models. More comforts and conveniences including the richest new interiors in Chevrolet history and such new features as Power Brakes arid Automatic, Electric Window and Seat Controls And, thanks to advanced Chevrolet engineer" ing, all this with new economy, too. The fact is, you'll find that no other car offers $o many things you want at such low cost. That means the low first cost of the line in its field. And it means economy of operation and upkeep, as well. StoP in and ~ake a good look at the looking Chevrolet you ever sawl Power brakes New, automatic for easier stops , window and seat Now Chevrolet brings controls you Power Brakes to The touch of a button make stopping wonder-adjusts front seat and fully easy and convenient, windows. Optional on Ltptional on Powerglide Bel Air and "Two-Ten" models at extra cost. models at extra cost. More things more people want, that's why MORE PEOPLE Buy CHEVRoLETS THAN ANY OTHER CARl New styling that will stay new There's a new, lower, smarter look about this new Chevrolet. All around the car, you'll see new styling that brings you Fisher Body at its beautiful best. N@w interior richness Fine new upholstery fab- rics with a more liberal use of beautiful, durable vinyl trim. New color treatments in harmony with the brilliant new exterior colors. Thrifty new power in all models Now, in Powerglide mod- els, is the more powerful "Blue-Flame 125" en- gine. Gearshift models offer the more powerful "Blue-Flame 115." SYMBOL OF SAVINGS New, lower power Chevrolet now reduced in does 80% of the to give you control. Optional at q cost on all models. PHONE 871 - ARLINGTON, WASH.