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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WAStIINGTON, THURSI)AY, DEC. 24, 1953. pa. AGE THREL E It's the 1954 Chevrolet~sensa~ fional new models of AMERICA'S 'I~AVORITE car! New St1ingl N@w Features! And -- Chevrolet still gives you biggest VALUE far your money! Donald Swanson, 15-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Swanson, suffered a broken col- lar bone on Thursday while on the wrestling team at the high school. The bone was set and would not hold so had to be clamped front and back. Our sympathy to Donald and his par- ents and we hope he is able to be home by Christmas. We extend Christmas greetings to our readers and friends. Let us remembe~ "God is Love"--"For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son that whosoever believeth him should not perish but h:ne ever- lasting life." And as we give our gifts let us do so in remembrance of God's greatest gift ~his son Jesus. ARLINGTON O Govt. Bond Sales rEED a fARM sUPPL Exceed 1952 Washingt,~_. residents contin. ued their 'savings spree" last "~ month by setting aside close to $6 million in series E and H sav- ings bonds "This represents a 68 per cent increase over the corresponding period in 1952," according to W. Doyle Watt, county chairman, "and reflects one of the highest monthly increases since the end of World War II." County sales during November in E and H series bonds amount- ed to $108,143. Watt pointed out that the healthy savings bonds pattern in Washington was also reflected l across the nation. Almost $440 clef dealers in Western million in series E and B bonds ~'~en are celebrating the were sold, an increase of 25 per Eqll ef this great new c~r by cent over November of last year "November redemptions of ma- ~AWAy a big, new,954 tured and unmatured savings ~:1~. You can qualify by bonds," Watt emphasized, "were ~ ~.~t ~,L "bY'stating our showrooms $26 million less than sales. "Plans are now being made'by ~" edramaticnewChevrolet, the state chairman, state direc- tor, and state advisory commit- tees for next year's savings bonds Urge--Tickets FREEI campaign,' Mr. Watt said, "so that this state will carry its pro- Periods Ends Dec. 30, 1953 portionate share of 'a billion more in '54'." The national quota for 1954 ts $h billion 300 million, I an increase Of one billion dollars over this year's sales. I ....... o RUBBER STAMPS : Arlington Ptg: Co., Phone 493 TTENI] YOUR CHURl ON ' CH ISTMAS DAY Let us pause during the festive holiday sea- son BIld oiffOl" H prayer for the men of our armed for(es" who have sacrificed t}leir lives so that we may celebrate His'birth in [ aee. We at Halnmer's wish all of our nlany friends joyous holiday season. JACK HAMMER EUNICE PLyMALE FANNIE CAR?ER VIOLET WARREN WlNNIE HENDRICKSON