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PAGE TWO 'FILE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARI,INGTON, WASHIN(]TON, TltURSI)AY, I)EC. 24, 1953. Evening Classes At University Registration for winter quar- ter evening classes begins today (December 17) at the University of Washington. More than 4,000 persons are ex. petted to register in 200 classes scheduled to begin on January 4. Registration will c o n t i n u e through December 31 in 11-S Stu- dent Union Building. Some of the popular courses of- fered are: "Introduction to Business," of- Iered on Monday and Wednes- day evenings; 22 sessions $30.00. "Human Relations in Business and Industry," discussion of ac- tual human situations in in- dustry and business; offered on Monday and Wednesdays, 22 ses- sions. $30.00. "Ceramics," five courses in dif- ferent phases of ceramic art, taught by George C. MeAninch and Robert Rockwell, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday eve- nings. Mental Hygiene for Teachers and Administrators," Tuesday evenings, 11 sessions. $18.00. "English for Foreign Students," introduction to American an language and life for foreign born. Tuesday and Thursday eve- nhags, 20 sessions; $24.00. THERMOMETER TAKES DIP After a mild fall and winter with plenty of rain the mercury dropped on Monday night, and Tuesday morning the first killing frost of the winter occurred, with the mercury dropping to 30 de- grees. A high barometer indicates clear weather, o SNAH-NAH-MAY CAMP FIRE We decorated our Christmas tree at our meeting today. Then we voted on officers for our group. Judy Alexander is presi- dent, Dorothy Lien is V.P., Susan Wilson is secretary, Judy Russell is scribe, Kay Elder is treasurer. Then we talked about what we were going to do at our Christmas party.--Judy Russell, scribe. vid Fowler will teach this course dealing with poetry, history, nar- rative of the Bible. Tuesday and Thursdays, 22 sessions, $30.00 "History of Washington and the Pacific Northwest," Monday and Wednesdays, 22 sessions. $30.00. Also offered are several cours- es in journalism, languages, mathematics, liberal arts, phy- sical education, and business. Information about winter quar- ter courses may be obtained by [calling MElrose 8020. DR. We GLENN BIFFER, OPTOMETRIST NEW LOCATION BRACY BUILDING 121 Olympic Ave. HOURS Phone 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. 3131 Closed Tuesdays HUNTER & SON ARLINGTON DISTRIBUTING CO., Distributors of UNION OIL PRODUCTS Dur;ncj this Holy season may we extend our season's cjreetings. City Council Orders Payment of Bills High Demand for Meat And MoreStable Prices At the regular session of the Forecast for 1954 city council Monday night, Dec. 14, the councilmen canvassed and Next year will be another year ordered paid the monthly grist of bills for the month of Novem-of large supplies of red meat. Consumption is also expected to her. The total was $5097.05, as continue high and retail prices in follows: 1954 are expected to average Current Expense ........ slightly lower than in 1953. wm II t~agley sal ~2,~o 6tJ " n .~. : ;. _ , . ........... ~;~^'~.~ Arnold Z. Smith, County Exte - ~nb'cm rarKer sat z.~u zu - ................. stun Agent, says that thin ~s the W L Moorman sal 2850 w " " " " - ' " : ......... -o';:" ay S. Q. Hoobler, Extensmn Florence Jxltcnen sai ....... t,,.ao Pri"e e'~"~-iali~ "t We`` ~i ...... Ethel tt Bhmek sal 10~3 , . ., , "--; ...... .~'~ the 54 hvestoek and meat mtua- Joseph P. Mamews sat .... qu.zo~ tion. Wilbur R Stout, sal ........... Hoobler spells out his forecast Sno. Co. Phy. Corp., Gr. Ins. in detail as follows: . ' L. D. Jacobs, sal ................. is.co Average cattle priqes w i 1 l P.U.D. No. 1-Sno. Co., 9n..~^] nrobably decline slightly more power and light ................ :~'~ in the next couple years but we Bracy Electric, htr. & inst... J.z6.z{ shouldn't see any further sharp West Coast Tel., toll and 11~ drops. Prices factors definitely service ................................ 1~'~3 do not indicate that they will re- Everett Fuel, sawdust ....... 6"33 gain their levels of a year or two S. J. Priebe Co., supplies .... 1~'71 ago. Hog prices will probably be Arl. Hdwe. Co., supplies .... 1"7 sharply lower by late '54. Winkes Hdwe., files .............. , Fewer cattle are being put on Cordz Battery, parts and service ............ 3 18 feed grains for fattening this fall than last. This means the supply L. N. Curtiss, Sons, refill "D" . ........................... 2.58 of finished cattle in the first half Seals keep eve.__ onj safe from Superior Sea & Delicatessen Greets you with Kath. B. Mathews, quarter appro ................... 250.00 Union Mill Co., sawdust .... 32.96 Richfield Service, lube job.. 1.55 J. C. Penney Co., badges .... 50.21 Ever. Trans. & Rub., hose 64.25 Overall Cleaning, laundry 11.91 Coast-to.Coast, solder, etc. 2.00 Thompson Bros., freight .... 3.60 Snyder Hdwe., supplies ...... 7.35 Standard Oil Co., motor oil 16.87 Super Petroleum, gas, oil, bbls ............................. 92.98 Ed's McAlpin Ser., tire ........ 20.18 A. F. Heaton, painting .... 5.53 Peterson Motors, wheel align ................................. 11.33 Wallitner Furn., smoking stand .................................. 5.41 Western Auto, supplies .... , 3.24 Arl. Auto Pts., supplies .... 4.54 Johnson Drugs, supplies .... 5.12 Snyder Hdwe., clock, batt... 10.22 Mary Fulls, pris. meals .. 1.76 J. C. Penney, Inc., caps ...... 64.38 oTtal ................................ $1828.85 Garbage Dept. James E. Roth, sal ............. $293.70 W. L. Moorman, sal ............. 30.00 Florence Kitchen, sal ......... 74.07 Sno. Co. Phy. Corp., Gr. Ins, 12.30 Northwest Pest, service .... 20.00 Cordz Battery, parts, serv... 9.42 Cook Motor Co., cable ........ 3.83 Super Petroleum, gas ........ 61.43 Ralph Alexander, onti-freeze ........................ 7.73 Arl. Auto Parts, truck parts ......................... 56 Total .................................. $513.04 Street Dept. Gordon Quilitz, sal ..... :.....$281.00 Ed. L. Holland, sal ............. 271.60 W. L. Moorman, sal ......... 7.50 Florence Kitchen, sal ......... 9.37 Peter J. Snault, labor ........ 66.23 Sno. Co. Phy. Corp., Gr. Ins. 28.30 U.G.N., pay deduct ............. 5.00 Baekstrom Motor, trk. rent. 250.00 Arl. Concrete, sewer pipe.. 108.75 Arl. Hdwe. Co., sewer pipe 2.11 Coast-.to-Coast, Prestone .... 6.70 Snyder Hdwe., shovel ........ 3.71 Sather Mfg. Co., curb inlet 140.08 West. Auto, Prestone, etc. 12.87 Arl. Sand & Grav., sand .... 12.36 Total .................................. $1205.58 Water Deut. Paul E. Van HOrn, sal ....... $283.50 W. L. Moorman, sal ......... 45.00 Florence Kitchen, sal .... : 44.21 Sno. Co. Phy. Corp., Gr. Ins. 15.70 Arl. Concrete, meter boxes 18.87 H. D. Fowler Co., meter boxes ................................ 579.57 Cordz Battery, pts. & serv. 18.71 P.U.D. No. 1-Sno. Co., power and light .............. 197.79 Peterson Motor, trk. pts ..... 18.68 Super Petroleum, gas ........ 39.64 Super ~'etroleum, gas 7.36 Arl. Auto Parts, trk. pts ..... 2.16 Pohnson Drugs, pen ............ 1.32 Bracy Electric, lab. & sup. 185.81 Pacific Wtr. Works, meter parts ........................ 91.27 Total '. ............................... $1549.58 Grand Total Current Expense ............ $1828.85 Garbage Dept ................. 513.04 Street Dept ..................... 1205.58 Water Dept ..................... 1549.58 Total .................................. $5097.05 O. Proofreaders Needed InGovernment Office The United States Civil Service Commission has announced that qualified printer-proofreaders are still urgently needed by the Gov- ernment Printing Office in Wash- ington, D.C. The positions to be filled pay $2.80 an hour. To qualify, applicants must pass a written test and have com- pleted a 5-year printer's appren- ticeship or have had 5 years of practical experience in the print- ing trade. In addition, they must have had 1 year of experience in reading book or magazine proof or 2 years of experience in read- ing proof on a daily newspaper. Full details concerning the re. quirements to be met arc given in civil service examination an- nouncement No. 351. Further information and appli- cations may be obtained from most post offices or from the U. S. Civil Service Commission, Wash- ington, D. C. Applications will be accepted until further notice and must be filed with the Commis- sion's Washington office. o In Arlington - Phone 1344 KILLOUGH CLEANERS for WATERPROOFING How Christian Science Heals "Restoring Happiness" To a Broken Home'" KJR, Sunday, Dec. 27th. 9 a.m. of 1954 is likely to be smaller next year, but the supply of grass.fed beef will remain high. Grass-fed beef usually grades as Good, Commercial, or Utility, ac- cording to government stand. ards. Consumption of beef in 1953 will reach an all.time high of 75 pounds per capita if it continues at its present level to the year's end. For meat in general, includ- ing poultry, consumption is high- er than usual at 178 pounds per person, USDA statistics show. O UNCLE MELTY ] SIM/v~R [X:~VN, SON--THE T'IMI~ T~TALK AleUT THE WEATHF.~J B~'FO~" YOU ~~'r. BERN' PREPARED 15 YOUR D.E~POI~IBI/,IT) *, Come in and let's get acquainted We will carry a eomplefe line in the following Cut Flowers - Corsages - Plants Social & Wedding Landscaping - Plans - Shrubbery Funeral Designs. ROYAL ItOTEL Phone 2833 Mr. and Mrs. Ed SEE rlr ' a e all tl a gesl POWER BRAKES First in the Low-Price Fieldl Chevrolet Power Brakes make stop- ping wonderfully easy and conven- ient. Optional at extra cost on Power- glide models. k NEW POWER IN "BLUE-FLAME I 1 5" ENGINE Out-Powers All Other Low-Priced Carsl In gearshift models, the more power- ful "Blue-Flame 115" engine also gives you finer performance with money-saving gas mileage! AUTOMATIC WINDOW AND SEAT CONTROLS More Chevrolet "'First$"l Touch a button to adjust front win- dows or seat. Optional on Bel Air and "Two-Ten" models at extra cost. 0. NEW STYLING IN BODY BY FlaSHER Another Chevrolet ~.xclusivel All around the car, and from every angle, you see new beauty in the only Fisher Body in Chev- rolet's field. NEW POWER IN "BLUE-FLAME 125" Most Powerful in its Fieldl Most powerful Chevrolet car engine ever built! Powerglide, optional at extra FINEST, MOST INTERIORS in the Low-Price Fieldl Here are the most luxurious on any low-priced car. New color harmonies are keyed to new exterior colors. LOWER PRICED POWER STEERING Another Chevrolet "First"l The first Powei" Steering in its field now reduced in pricel Op; tional at extra cost on all models. CHEVRoLET'S EXCLUSIVE POWERGLIDE Now for All Modelsl Now you can have smooth, thrifty Powerglide 'on any model. 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