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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, DEC. 17, 1953 PAGE Heads Withholding Tax For To Be Reduced St d Commissioner of Internal Rev- u ent enue Andrews has announced in Washington that the law pro- Washington College vides for changes on January 1, Cheney, Dec. 9--1954, in the rates for Federal in- $238 has been raised come tax withholding and for $300 in an Eastern employer tax and employee tax fund drive to under the Federal Insurance Con- artificial leg for Bob tributions Act (for old age and Eastern student who rvivors' insurance) leg in a hunting I accl-i This was reported today by fall. )istrict Director of Internal Rev- among students enue William E. Frank, who ex- lt~ of EWCE was or- )lained that the rate of income Epsilon Pi Tau, in- withhohting will be reduced arts honorary Fred Dau 20 per cent to 18 per cent is president, and that the law increases the Jack Allen, Ar. employer tax and the employee reported $118 was tax from 1% per cent for each individu al donations tax to 2 per cent for each tax. first two days. Or- "These rates will apply to members passed strips wages paid on or after January ,~h the crowd during 1, 1954, even though wages were r of Hawaii-Eastern earned in 1953," Director Frank college basketball added lay night The sticky "Tax tables for income tax withholding and for employee $70 in coins. clubs which donated to tax deductions on and after Jan- uary 1, 1954, are included in a included Tawanka, $25; new revision of Circular E, Em- and Epsilon Pi Tau 'er's Tax Guide,,' Director said. "District Directors of has been wonder. ~rnal Revenue will mail Circu- The remain- lar E as early as possible in De- is expected to be cember to those employers who other campus clubs:have been" reporting the taxes to chairman Allen each quarter on Form 941." Pi Tau hopes to All tax returns are to be mailed which will cover the to the District Director of Internal artificial leg, to Hughes Revenue, Tacoma, Wash. K, Your From Fire Hughes is recover- o ne hospital. Ronald D. Ness Students donated 21 to Hughes before Serving in Korea surgery. 40th Div., Korea --Army Pvt. - Phone 1344 Ronald D. Ness, 20, son of Mr. CLEANERS and Mrs. Herb L Ness, Route 5, for Arlington, Wash., is serving with KINDLE CHEER, NOT FIRE with your Christmas tree by following these fire safety suggestions from the public education department of the Standard Fire Insurance Company. Upper left, select a freshly cut tree, store it in a cool, damp place, and spray it with a flame-resistant solution before using. Lower left, pla'~e tree away from doorways, radiators and fireplaces, and set it in stand containing wet sand, water or a fire-r~istant solution. Right, use flame-reshtant trimmings, check lights for faulty wiring, and let children handle tree only when grown-ups are present. Discard tree right after holidays; the drier it gets the greater the danger of fire. CLEANING Science Heals Promise of Peace Practical" Dee. 20th - 9 a.m the 40th Infantry Division in Korea The former California National Guard Division, which arrived i~ Korea during early 1952, is un- dergoing intensive post - truce training. Private Ness entered the Army last May and completed basic training at Fort Lewis, Wash. CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST Fourth and Dunham Arlington, Washington ot The MoCher Church, The I~irst Church of Christ, Scientist, Massachusetts. SCHOOL .......................................................................... 11 A.M. SERVICE ............................................................................ ll..AM. & Nursery for Babies is Provided in the Church Edifice meeting every Wednesday at 8 p.m, Reading Room: Church Monday 2 to 4 p.m. and Wednesday 2 to 4 and 6:45 to 7:45 legal holidays. All are cordially invited to attend these to make free use of the Reading Room. Science programs from The Mother Church'tn Boston are now Sunday mornings at 9 o'clock from Station KJR, Seattle. IT'S GOOD NEWS! to pass in those days, that there went out a de- Caesar Augustus, that all the world should be Joseph also went up from Galilee, out of the city into Judea, unto the city of David, which is (because he was of the house and lineage to be taxed with Mary his espoused wife, being child, And so it was that, while they were there, were accomplished that she should be delivered fought forth her firstborn son, and wrapped him clothes, and laid him in a manger; because no room for them in the inn. Luke 2:1, 4-7 Washington Lags In Construction A study on building construc- tion trends made by the North- west Research Council shows a considerable increase in building activity from 1952 to 1953 for ali Northwest states except Wash- ington. The N}IC, an agency of the Na- tional Association of Manufactur- ers, compared urban building authorizations for the first six months of 1952 and the like pe- riod in 1953. Idaho leads the Northwest with a 29.7% increase in urban con- 3truction of all types during this period Montana follows with a 21.6% increase; Oregon is third with 17.2%. Washington urban construction was 2.4% less the first half of this year than last. Washington's total authorized construction, including n e w buildings, additions and repairs, was $77,564,000 the first six months of 1952 and $75,712,000 i for the same period this year. There were 3,663 new residence ouildings, valued at $36,829,000, authorized in this state from January 1 to July 1, 1953. In 1952, there were 4,419 new build- ings, valued at $40,086,000, au- thorized by mid-year. This is a decrease of 8.1% in new resi- dence construction. There was an increase, howev- er, in new, construction other than residences in Washington A 3.1% increase is shown when FE The ownership of your home is safe against any possible title defect if it "is protected by our policy of Title In rance. There are many causes for which a land title can be attacked. In such cases, we ,defend it and if you incur any loss from 'the suit, we indemnify you up to the amount of the policy. . . . Sm h)zish C mty]Title Company ARTHUR A. ANDERSON, Manager ~!5 We(more Ave. Everett, Washington Telephone Cedar 2164 Silvana and Lakewood Parish The Lutheran Free Chux~.h . J. Haukeness, pastor Silvana: Sunday, Dec. 20th --- Sunday School 10 a.m. Luther League 8 p.m. All members will serve. Monday, Dec 21--Choir prac- tice 8 pm Christmas Day, Dec. 25--Festi. val service 11 a.m. Special mu- sic. Lakewood: Sunday, Dec. 20--Divine Wor- drip 9:45. Sunday School 11 a.m Second Day of Christmas, Dec. 26th. Festival service11 a.m. Special music 3ilvana- Lalmwood Lutheran Parish I. H. Myrwang, pastor Zion Lutheran Church, Silvana: Saturday, Dec. 19--1:00 a.m., Christmas Program Practice at Parish Hall. Sunday, Dec. 20- 9:45 a.m., Sunday School. 8:00 p.m., Christ- mas *Tree program. comparing the $26,614,000 valua- Christmas Day, Dec. 25--11:00 tion of construction in this cate- a.m., Festive Services. gory by mid-1952 with the $27,- 1st Lutheran Church. Lakewood: 452 000 authorized by mid-1953. Friday, Dec. 18--8 p.m., Pro- Y2 ..... ud n rowth ~ gram given by children from me ~B~ st y o g o~ . i Children's Home Everett the Northwest lnd cates that ,~ . ~. :.,. ,^ - , will need some 115 [ ~unflay ~ec zu--xo a m aun- ~nlni,ton ,- - ,. ' ' claybchool 11 a m, D1vlne Ser new urban homes by 1960--at .... vices -------.-- estimated cost of $I 069 500,- "~ .~. ~. __ nnn ' ' I t;nristmas Day Dee. 25--7:30 uuu. " ' iv ........... [p.m., Christmas rest al by Sun- Tnese Will De neeoed me ~1~c a, oolan i-- _ : ~., ..... [d ~ Sch d congregat u,t avers, to nouse ine U~I,U6~ in-[ --------. crease in population foreseen byI " ' u ch Our Savior s L_theran Chur__. 1960. [Burke & Newberry Following is a breakdown of Edwin Sandvig, pastor construction valuation in Wash- Sunday School and Adult Bible ington for the first six rnonths of Class at 9:'45 a.m. Worship ser- 1952 and the first six months of vice at 11 a.m.; sermon theme, 1953: "Jesus Brings Cleansing & Light," 1952 1953 I John 1:1-7; Sunday School (add ,000) Christmas Prograrfi at 8 p.m New homes ..... ..~.$,101086 $36,829 Dec. 21-23: Church will be open Other new I'or private meditation, come and construction .... 26,614 27,452 leave at any time. Additions, A service of Carols and Candle- repairs, etc ......... 10,864 11,431 ~ighting at 11 p.m. on Christmas Eve. AGENT TITLE INSUUNCE CO. Total .................. $77,564 $75,712 Following is the total valuation for building constructio~ of all types, including repairs and ad- Jitions, for the other Northwest --------- states: 1952 1953 ( add ,000) Oregon ............. ~.$42,452--$4,743 Montana .............. 12.493 15,194 ,[Idah ................... o" 9,665 12,538 1 Use Times Classified Ads --- ,busv. effective salesmen. mmmmmmnmmmmnnm FOu'l! travel in complete comfort aboard one of NP's fine trains. You'll enjoy a fast, safe trip in any kind of weather. Best of all, you can take the whole family--at a new low cost. For full information about Special family fares, call or write... N. P. Depot -. Telephone 563 R. E. WOMACK NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY Route of the faster North Coast L/m/ted Christmas Day worship at 11 ,.m.; sermon t h e m e, "Does Christmas Bring Good News of loy to You?" Jongregational Church k D. Brokaw, Minister 9:45 a. m -- Sunday Church School. 11:00 am.--Christmas Sunday Service of Worship; sermon, "The Secret of the Ages Made KnowE and Confirmed." ! 7:30 p.m. -- Sunday School Christmas Program. Arlington and Lakewood Methodist Churches J P. Porter, minister Morning worship: Lakewood ~:45; Arlington, 11. Sermon: "Je- sus Born in Ou~ Lives. Sunday School: Arlington, 9:45; Lakewood 10:30. The choir of the Arlington Methodist Church will present a Christmas Cantata on Sunday evening, Dec. 20, at 8. The public ,s invited. Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. ChrisV- mas program by the Sunday ~chool. First Baptist Church 102 West Third Street Arlington, Washington L. C. Everett, pastor Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Worship Service 11:00 a.m. Midweek Service Wednesday evening, 7:30 p.m. "Enter into his gates with thanksgiving, and into his courts with praise." Ps. 100:4. Catholic Church Father James H. Deady, pastor Sunday masses: Arlington --- 9 a.m. on first, third and fifth Sundays, 11 a.m. on second and fourth Sundays. Stanwood---9 a.m. on second and fourth Sundays, 11 a.m. on first, third and fifth Sundays. Assembly of God Taberncecle Rev. V. Delgatty, pastor Sunday Services: 9:45 a.m., Sunday School and Adult Bible class. 11 a.m., morning service. 8 p.m., evening service Week-day services: Tuesday, 8 p.m. Prayer and Bible Study. Fri- day, 8 p.m., Youth meeting. Christian Science First Church of Christ, Scient- ist, Fourth and Dunham streets. Sunday School 11 a.m. Sunday Service 11 a.m. Wednesday testimonial meet- ing 8 p.m. Reading room, Church edifice open Monday 2 to 4 p.m. and Wednesday'2 to 4 p.m. and 6:45 to 7:45 p.m., except legal holt. days. The subject of the Lesson.Ser- mon for Sunday, December 20, is. "Is the Universe, Includir~ Man, Evolved by Atomic Force?" Golden Text: Hebrews l:u Thou, Lord, in the beginning hast laid the foundation of the earth; md the heavens are the works of thine hands. Sisco Heights Community Church George Eylander, pastor Sunday School at 10 a.m. Sunday services at 11 a.m. Eve. ning services at 7 p.m. Free transportation. 'Church of Jesus Christ, of Latter Day Saints Sunday School 10 a.m. at V.F. W. hall. Seventh-Day Adventist Chun:h M. M Mohr, pastor Sabbath School 9:45; Devotion. il services II a.m. Prayer Service Wednesday, at 8:00 p.m. Church located on corner of Burke and Talcott at head of Lincoln bridge. Early this month we went to ~he Tulalip Indian reservation. There we met Chief Shelton's daughter, who showed us he~ )eaa work, ceremonial costume, various headdress used at fes- tivals, hand woven baskets, and ~he told us something, of Indian lore. Last week we met twice to -ork 0n our Christmas projects. Monday was our Christmas par- tYsandra Marsh, our president, opened a gift from the P.E.O. Sis- ,erhood. It was a candy cane for ~acb of us. -- Kathy Despres, scribe. O I HIGH SCHOOL CHOIR TO BE HEARD ON AIR The Arlington High School Choir will make a recording on Tuesday, Dec. 22, which it is un- derstood ~vill be broadcast over KRKO,. Everett, some time next week, according to announce- ment by Roy M. Larsen, music director at the High School. o--------------- No 24249 NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County o~ Snohomlsh, In the Matter of the Estate of STEVE THORNTON, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the un- dersigned has been appointed and has qualified as administrator of ~he es- tate of Steve Thornton, deceased; that all persons having claims against said deceased are hereby required to Serve ~he same duly verified, on said admin- istrator or his attorneys of record at the ~ddress below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service within six months after the date of first publi- cation of this notice, or the same will Ue barred. WM. F. WALLIS, Administrator of said I~state. J. P. MATHEVS and JOSEPH P. MATHEWS, JR., Attorneys for Admin- Istrator, 315 Olympic Avenue, Arlington, Washington. Date of 1st pub.: Dec. 10, 1953 Date of last pub.: Dec. 24, 1953. ARLINGTON HTS, Maye Richardson, corr. Phone 2372 Heights Choraliers To Give Program The Arlington Heights Im provement Club will have their i annual Christmas party at the hall on Saturday evening, Dec. 19, beginning at 8:30. There will be treats for the children and re- freshments served. The public is invited to come and enjoy the following program of music by the Choraliers, with the Christ- mas story presented in tableau by the children 'of the Sunday School: Program-- Poem, Mrs. Mac- GUYS AND GALS 4-H CLUB December 7th at 7:30 p.m., the "Guys and Gals" 4-H Club Bryant held a regular business meeting. Reports of the tour through the Weyerhaeuser mills were given by Albert Bowles and Johnny ~Satushek. The tour was interest- ing, according to the~club mem- :bers. It was enjoyed by all. We decided to give a prize to everyone in the club who attends all our meetings for the rest of the year. Plans for a Christmas Party were discussed. The party will be held at the Bryant Grange hall. Dec. 20, at 2 pm. Everyone who attends is supposed to bring gift for the gift exchange we will have. Everyone belonging to our Donald; O Come All Ye Faithful, club is invited The First Noel, Reading of the The meeting was then ad- Christmas Story (Luke) It Came journed. Refreshments w e r e iUpon the Midnight Clear; Tab- served by the girls taking baking ileau (Shepherds and Angels); as a project, who prepared them. i Shepherds, Shepherds, L e a v e ~Aileen Satushek, reporter. J Your Flocks; God's Little Candles, I o------------- Miss Judy Starr; St~r of the East;I In Arlington - Phone 1344 We Three Kings of Orient Are;I KILLOUGH CLEANERS Tableau (Kings); Piano Duet;[ for Silent Night. Jack Arnot and Ju-t WATERPROOFING dy Starr; What Child Is This?; ~~~ The Virgin's Lullaby solo Mrs ...~_v._.~ ..~.~..2;^F~.~_ ._ ..... ' :" _ "1 ille girls quartet oz the ~g- Roy Lennart' raoIeau (Motner . .., -- .~ ~, Ihngton Heights 4-H Club enter- ano tgl]ild)' Down ~rom t~iory ...... ' ........ tamed with Christmas carols at ~Laoles}, JOy [O the Worlo, Iao " " "the Sears Roebuck blue ribbon leau (Nativity Scene); O Holy award dinner held at the Monte Night, Finale Improvements at Club Bldg. The Arlington Heights Im- provement Club has been busy at the hall. Gravel has been hauled and spread in front of the steps and some needed painting done on the inside, and Mrs. Alvina Planque is busy on the window drapes which will match the stage curtains The Choraliers: have been practicing under the direction of Mrs. Fred McDonald and have a musical program for Saturday evening, Dec. 19. The Sunday School children will pre- sent the Christmas story in tab- leau. There will be treats for all children present and refresh- ments The public is cordially in- vited. Lady members of the Im- provement Club,, cookies for re- freshments, please. Cristo hotel in Everett, at noon on Saturday, Dec. 12. There were one hundred and fifty guests at the dinner. Ernie Medema came by plane from Kodiak, Alaska, arriving on Sunday of last week visiting his mother, Mrs. Pete Medema. and at the Fred McDonald homes and left by plane on Friday for the return trip to Kodiak. Scmteford-Jenny Miss Sharon Santeford, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Sante- ford of Arlington Heights, and Mr. Roger Jenny, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Jenny of Bryant, were united in marriage on Dec. 4th, the rites being read by Rev A. D. Brokaw in the parsonage of the Congregational Church. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Pearson were their attendants. Upon their return from a short honeymoon trip to Southern Washington, a recep- tion was held in their honor in the Methodist Church basement Saturday, Dec. 11. The reception table with lace napery was love. ly with center arrangement of white chrysanthemums a n d white tapers. Aunts of the bride Mrs. Ralph Bower and Mrs. Law- rence Broderson, and Mrs. Jenny; aunt of the groom, served the cake. Mrs. Wayne Pearson and Mrs. Finell Hayes were in charge of the punch, Miss Frances San- tefpvd, the bride's sister, the guest book. Mrs. Jean Lemiux, aunt of the bride, and Jo Anny, the bride's sister, were in charge of the gift table. Miss Betty Pear- son of Darrington entertained with several accordion solos. A large number o~ friends and rel- atives were present, bringing many lovely gifts The couple will make their home in Bryant. Ayars.Etta Miss Mary Ellen Ayars be- came the bride of Mr. Arnold Et- ta on Saturday, Dec. 12, at Hel- ena, Mont., in the Methodist Church there. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clar- ence Ayars of Arlington Heights. The bride wore a pink suit with blue accessories. Bridesmaid was Miss Beryl Ayars, sister of the bride. A reception was held at the Y. W. C. A in Helena. The young couple and Miss Beryl plan to he at the Ayars home soon and remain over Christmas, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ayars are holding open house in 'their honor on December 22 from 7 to 10 p.m. for neighbors and friends. The Arlington Iteights Home Demonstration Club held their annual Christmas party on Wed- nesday, Dec. 9, at tim hall The hostesses, Mrs. Ivan Meir, Mrs. Kathryn Norman and Mrs. Mrytle Leffler. The lace-covered buffet table and each individual table were festively decorated with holly and bright glass balls, with angels playing on a spunglass cloud gracing the corner of the serving counter A lovely decorat. ed Christmas tree held an inter- esting cluster of packages at its base for the mystery friend ex- change After the usual business was taken care of, names were drawn for the white stole, knit and donated to the group by:Mrs. Josephine Wold. Mrs. Virginia Rathbun's name was drawn. The ladies discussed the plans for gathering needed clothing, bed- ding, etc., for the Christmas box being prepared and will bring the articles to the hall on Friday afternoon, Dec. 18. Each mem. i bet is asked to bring or send a few cookies, so there will be an assortment for the Christmas Cheer boxes they plan to prepare Friday afternoon is to be the time to prepare the kiddies' Christmas treats and popc6rn ballg Mr. and Mrs. Denzell Lilloren have enlarged the back porch on their home and installed a modern utility room with auto- matic washer and drier. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Brinegar were Saturday dinner guests at the Henry Friddle home. Mrs. Charles Arthur, of Ome- mee, N.D., mother of Mrs. Clar-: enee Ayars, is visiting at the Ay- 6 to 9 p.m. Only ROLLAWAY BEDS Complete with Innerspring Mattress--all sizes. Complete HENRY MURRAY Your Arlington Furniture St~ ! 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