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PAGE TWO TtIE ARLINGTON SHOPPER. ARIANGTOWASHINGTON, TttURSDAY, DEC. 31, 1953. (No. 2 in a Series) A simple emergency sanitation program may keep your family from serious illness in disaster. The Federal Civil Defense Admin- istration, in cooperation with the public Health Service, has com- piled a 12-point checklist of mate. rials which homemakers can have ready in case of an enemy attack or natural disasters such as fire, :flood, tornado or hurricane which would disrupt normal food and water services. Many homes already contain most of the materials, FCDA points out. 8. A supply of soap, toilet tis- sue, sanitary napkins and dis- posable diapers (if there is a ba- by in the house). 9. If tl~ere is illness in the faro- ily, spare rubber sheeting, extra medicines and a reserve supply of any special equipment need- ed by the patient. 10. A supply of grocery bags (large) and a week's accumula- tion of daily papers, for soil bags, garbage wrappers and other san- itary purposes. 11. Household chlorine solu- tion (2 pints) for purifying drink- ing water, and 1 quart of 5 per cent DDT solution for use against insects. 12. Screwdriver, wrench (for The list" turning off valve on house water 1. Storecl drinking water or service line) and shovel (for bur- other li uids t uench thirst (1 ying garbage and other wastes). q o q le " ' " .... gallon for each member of your The book t, FCDA Publication This 1954 Ford Cresthne Fordor sedan--new thls year---has interior beauty and new power assists family, plus an extra gallon for H-11-1, What I.o ~o ~ow AOOU~ usually found only in costly limousines. Its smart new grille has a characteristic Ford center spinner, each child under 3 years of age)..~mergency. ~anltauon at florae, recessed parking lights and jet-type air scoop.Like all 1954 Ford passenger cars, it has new ball-joint 2. A three-day supply of proper is I orsale.Dy me ~uper~ntenoem front suspension for easier handling and the choice of either Ford's completely new 130-h.p. Y-block foods for your family, including oI_.~c~n~r~t~:^u. ~_~oxern.mem V-8 engine or the new ll5-h.p. I-block, MileageMaker Six. For ease and driving pleasure it has Fl'llltlIlg L3/IICI, YY~lllIlgtUll ~O, milk. {This can include food al-r~ o ~ ~ ~-t~ power steering, power brakes, power operated windows and front seat, plus F0rdomatic or overdrive, reaay In your relrxgerator, plUS~ ............... -vail-hlo at extr .... ~ . "calmed or packaged foods on .......... Next: "You Must Have Safe ~ .......... your cupboard shelves.) Also t)rmKing water. ~1 a~tlP | " .store paper plates and napkins V TAL TATI o = . ", Ill ..... II uame tacenses T-wels for emer encv tablel I S STICS oey-z a ce/ uey Itl vIUl{fll-Clz use, plus cooking and eating[ According to, regmtratlons ,at! Terry Bunten, corr. ][] Mrs. Lynn Danielson, [ Avadabh for 54 utensils, measuring cup, can and[the OlIlCe oI the w..~_ r~ow)er Phone 3072 I)1 eorresDondent. [I ~e ............ Agency, there were lau births ~ attic l)ec zo Toe l~oa bottle openers, pocket knife and/ . . . Mr and Mrs Byrl William-IIO_ ! I"1 .! ]huntin- and fishin~-']~censes are h registerea nere ouring the year " " g g mate es. [ ............ son and children Gene and Mar-ramny amerlnffs / ...... 4. Canned milk for baby, and[l~6, up..,toj~ee., z~: l~nls com- jorie spent Christmas with her . ~ In w avaliapie_, to. sportsmen re l 1 2 mrou nout wasnm ton wire a pares wire m~ reglste a n 95 g g emergency canned foods for dta-t ..... " ...." .~ parents and brother at the Irv-On Fbrlstma~ /monetar- savin~ in s'i-ht for .... ueams reglstereo a me row- . ~, 0 y g g betles or others requiring special[ ........ try. mg Coates home in Seattle - ...... -~-'-*-- ,ler OlIlCe were u' in l~D6 as corn- " "~"-:-*---~ :- ^v ......... inFsme outaoorsmen ann a Sllgn[ F lday e enm the B rl Wll in 5. ~a--e ~^vered -a-~'-~'^ c-n[ pared to 49 in 1952 g Y - - ....... ~ crease in cost to others ~ ~ uo ~ ~uasc a " qam ......... , ,.~ ~. ..... ** ~^ ~..~.~ ana In tnls community we near .... : .. _ (~0-gallon size, if you arq a __ o--~------- celebrate **~vI'~ ~and='~vlr~ ~arl George and Marion Baldwin r, or those w nonuntomy.or rls.n householder) to keep garbage RA~INFALL. ......... Williamson's "weddin- anni~erx were home for the holidays. Dale[_my' a res]aent state-wloe A~-'i t~til it~ dienneiflnn o~n h~ nr-I lotal ralnlall tot toe monm oi s " l~0lHuHn onnldn't enond Christ Icense may oe purcnaseo Ior :~a, r~ng-~.~ ................. v --" December, ,to Dec. 29, amounted sary. ..... '~n'asw'i't'h ~h"is'fo'll~s ~l~u~t'calle'd"his but. thedi~f:~sdUwal who both 6. Smaller garbage can with to 8.28 incnes. .~. ~_ .~c~aoe came Irom ~e- holiday greeting by phone from _unts a . ill pay ~(ior light.fitting lid (10 anllnn ~iToll-----------------O~---------- attic unrlstmas morning to take ~. o~a~. f~allf ~l'o i~ fin~ nndl nls year s pleasures in tnese ~_~ z r~ntainpr fnr human wagtp~ [ In Arlington . Phone 1344 back Mr. and Mrs. Pray and Mr. ~.,~.t tho hnlidnv with an .,,.t[fields, sa mg $1 by purchasing a --7~" AWcov'~ed'paicl-or-othe-r-re-'[ KILLOUGH CLEANERS and Mrs. Bail of Arlington ~n~'~'on'~" t3"each~" A'nother" I~ong[cmbinatin hunting and fishing ~tnolu that t-~n h ..... d fo~] ~or Heights to spend the day with n~oh g .... ioo~.~ r~M2 r~o~t~rllicense. A Washington resident Z'~;.ZY.'.y_::Vj..:y22 :Y~ :'-~." "~:/ Hat Blocking ann Cleaning him and Mrs McCabe In the ~L:~_L"~ "'~:2:~,~Y~.~Y_'~'~"'~_ "~\':.:.~lwho does not fish outside of his bctu.~m vu*vu~e~ ~water 1Snot/ ______ ~v,~.~.. h~ h" ,, he +h" h IM~ZblIIU, Wctb IOltLlllate 111 1~1=111~6[ ~" "a ht " 4r" h = ~--.,s ..= .ro.g.~ t.em .ome coumy m~.y ou~aln a coumy ns,, available to flush household toi-[ .RUBBER STAMPS ........ : able to visit his folks, the Arnold[ .......... " t .~.~.~+..-~*.~ ~-.. n~..-., nn0Mr. ar~a Mrs. ~onraa tray ann x, ...... ~....- ~.~..~.o lng license Ior bz.oo or a comoln- -- . a~z~ ~v~.z~. ~ ~L~ lvJ_ct.~aue O/Irr f~l~-.'..+ ......a /7~ ...... o a~aa ~ ~taau &a~allal~ aa~aao~ , " henry Lllll~tlt~ll~t:~ll Oi ~U~tfllt~', t . . . Seattle spent Saturday at the W. c~,~ ~ ~,~o,m,~,, tho hnlid,,~ for $3.50. No provision is made u. Pray home here. t' e 6sS"kr- %hei'L for a county hunting license. To all the friends who haw made the old year a happy one for us, best wishes for Massar Lumber Co. Everything to Build Anything DISTINGUISHED Wedding Invitations Indications of your own good taste----the correct. ness and smartaess of invitations printed to your order. PROMPT SERVICE Call 493 Applications For West Point And Norman Family Christmas Party The annual celebration for all of 1 man family was held at lington Heights hall day, Dec. 26. With a present, other guests Mrs. J. B. Norman's Col. and Mrs. George Dicta and son Arthur came,from Seattle to spend Christmas Eve with the Col.'s mother, Mrs: George C. Dicta, at her home at Lake Riley. Mrs. Dicta spent Christmas day with the W. A. Muller family of Oso. Mr. and Mrs. W. Bunten and Terry went to Marysville Wed- nesday afternoon to help Mary Frances Stuck celebrate her third birthday. Guests at the Bunten home for Christmas din- ner were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stuck and children Teresa Ann, Jerry and Mary Frances of Marysville and Mrs. F. S. Kit- chen of Arlington. In the evening Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schmid and daughters Ursula and Katherine called to wish the Buntens a Merry Christmas. The Buntens were Sunday visitors in Mt. Ver- non at the Hugh McKenzie and William Porter homes. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schmid and children spent Christmas day with her folks, the Geo. Hege- mans of Edmonds. They were very happy to see Dorothea's sis- ter and her family, Mr, and Mrs. D. Best and children, Cindy and Richard, who drove up from Texas to spend the Christmas holidays with her folks and Mr. Best's folks ~ during his furlough from the Armed Forces. They ex- pect to visit the Carl Schmids Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Del Waugh and family spent Christmas in Seat- tle at her sister's home, the Bar- retts, where all Mrs. Waugh's folks gathered for dinner. They :stayed in Seattle for the long week~end, coming home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bunten and daughter Jean of Seattle came a week ago Sunday to get their Chretmas at W. J. Woll's. Mr. and Mrs. Woll were very happy to have all their family home Christmas eve, some coming from Oregon, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Woll and children Barbara and Harold from Springfield, Ore., and Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Gustafson from Eugene, Ore. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Coleman from Bellingham and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Woll and children Nicky and Joy of Everett, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. O. Swerengin and boys had their Christmas dinner on Saturday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill r,Dalgren of Edmonds. [I Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hegeman I[of Edmonds and Mr. and Mrs. Adolfson of Arlington Heights were callers on Sunday, Dec. 20, at the Carl Schmid home. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Carey were another couple that was very happy to have all their family i home for Christmas dinner: Their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. J. Carey of Beverly Hills, Calif; their granddaughter and family, Dr. and Mrs. Walter Moloney and Kathy Ann of Moses Lake; daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. R. Rogers and boys Jacky [and Timmie; their other daugh- ter, Mrs. M. Dale of Seattle, and from Bellingham, Mrs. Carey's sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stamey. Mrs. Louise Wallitner was an- other happy mother to hav~ her family home for Christmas. Those coming from Seattle were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wester and three children, Mrs. Jimmie Eid- emiller and two daughters, and from Marysville Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wallitner and two children and,Mrs. Gertrude Wes- ter and son Harley from here. On Saturday Mrs. We~ter took her mother ~and Harley~to Seattle to visit. On the way home they stoo~ed at th~ Lawrence Wallit- net borne in Marysville. orts had Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pigort and children of Woodin- ville at their home Christmas Eve. On Christmas Day Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pigort were guests of the Leslie Pigorts of Snoho- mish. The Gustafsons spent the holidays with their daughter in Seattle. The, Harry Hansens spent Christmas Day with the Wagners in,Everett and the same night the Albert Hansens and 6 children and families gathered at "~he Harry Hansen home. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Danielson and Doris spent Christmas Eve at the Elmer Norgaard home in Cedarhome, where 26 had dinner and enjoyed the evening's ex. change of gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Tapp of Portland, Ore., spent the week- end at the Snartemo home. Sunday evening coffee guests' at the Snartemo home were Mr. and Mrs. Selmer Ausenhus and Karla Kay of Mt. Verhon, Mabel Bull, and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Peterson and Verdella. Saturday dinner guests at the Lynn Danielson home were Mr. and Mrs. Almer Larson and son Clifford and their house guest, Miss Beret Olsen. Pearly Danielson of East Stan- wood and Ole Bakken of Home- stead, Mont., were Sunday fore- noon callers at the Lynn Daniel- son home. The Harry Hansens spent Sun- day with the Albert Hansens of Everett as it was Albert Han- sen's birthday. i The, Lloyd Riker family were i dinner guests at the Pigort home Sunday, it being Mrs. Ri- ker's birthday. -O Club Will Sponsor Museum Assn. The Everett Current Events Club recently voted to sponsor the formation of a Museum Asso- ciation or Historical Society, for the purpose of preserving early history and relics of pioneer days. It was felt that many items of historical and artistic interest, which too often are lost forever !to us and our posterity, would become available for display if a suitable public place were pro- vided to house them. These might include pioneer relics, cos- tumes, jewelry, dishes and uteri- sils, uniforms, collections of glass, rocks and minerals, In- dian artifacts, books, letters and historical documents. A temporary museum commit- tee, headed by Mrs. Herman Felder, has been doing the spade work. "This committee," states Mrs. Felder, "realizes that it will take the cooperation of a great many civic-minded men and women to make the project a reality, and has been solicit- ing the active interest and par- ticioation of various groups and individuals throughout t h e county. So far, response has been excellent." An or~,anizatinna] meoting has been called for Monday, Jan. 4th, ~t 8 n rn. in t~e Council Cham- bers of the Everett City Hall. Any one interested is invited to attend. O HILLTOP 4.H CLUB On Dec. 17th the Silvana 4-H Club met at the Storwick home. All members were oresent and we had ono visitor T~,~ flae ~a- lute was given and after a reg- ular business meetin~ we drew: names for "Secret Pals." We exchanged gifts which we had drawn names for at the last meeting. A delicious lunch was served by Mrs. Storwiek.---Mar- garet Nysether, reporter. The new license fees were set up last February by the State Legislature, at the request of th organized sportsmen of Washing- ton, and in addition to effecting a more equitable distribution of [license costs among sportsmen, is intended to provide a slightly increased income for the State Game Department . O IN PROBATE No. 24221 NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Superior Court of the State of Washington, for the County of Sno- homish. In the Matter of the Estate of HAR- OLD PEMBERTON, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the un- dersigned has been appointed and ha~ ~Alallfled as Executrix of the estate of Harold Pemberton, Deceased; that ah persons havlng claims against said de- ceased are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said Exec- utrix or her attorney of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together wlth proof of such service within slx months atfer the date of first publica- tion of this notice, or the same wlll be barred. Date of first publication, Dec. 31, 1953. SALLY PEMBERTON, Executrix of said Estate. Address I~. 3, Arlington, Wash. TIM T. TUERCK, Attorney for Es- tate, 211 Lyon Bldg., Seattle, Wash. Date of last pub., Jan. 14, 1954.