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December 3, 1925

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ARLINGTON TIMES, T HURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1925. Ul i ========================== COUNTY AGENT'S CORNER ARNOLD Z. SMITH agent ========================= VAULABLE BULLETINS The County Extension Service has a very complete supply of bulletins, printed matter and oth- er such material on hand. Those that are not kept can easily be ordered from the bulletin office of the U. S. Dept. of Agriculture or from the State Experiment Sta- tion at which they are published. Farmers wishing information of this nature along any of the sev- eral lines he is interested in, can consult this list of bulletins either by calling at the office, writing a card or telephoning. Below is a partial list of those kept in this office: U. S. Grades for potatoes, U. S. Circular No. 238. Why potatoes run out, Farmers Bulletin No. 1436. Alfalfa in Western Washing- ton, Extension Bulletin No. 123. Plans for small barns, Exten-. sion Bulletin No. 123. Pruning, Extension Bulletin No. 181.. SprayiRg calendar. Spraying practices for fruit diseases, Extension Bulletin No. 41. Care ,and feeding ofbaby chicks Extension Bulletin No. 131. Mites and lice on poultry, Farm- ers Bulletin No. 801. Diseases of pultry, Farmers Ex- tension Bulletin No. 1337. Feeding market egg layers for winer production, Extension Bul- letin No. 188. Washington pultry houses, Ex- tension Bulletin No. 188. Arnold Z. Smith, Co. Agent. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Hindes were guests of their daughter, Mrs. Wesley Finley and Mr. Fin- ley for dinner.on Thanksgiving day, returning from Seattle in the evening. NNOUNClN The New Low Prices on STAR CARS Ar00n00o.). .... $895 STAR COUPSTER (Delivered in Arlington) $795 ! ...... $845 ! i $955 Cars are fully equipped with Balloon Tires, Auto-  matte Swipe, Visor and Mirror. balance in 18 monthly payments Mchlpin Garage D Sm00shine Girls ML00SICAL COMEDY COMING TO THE GEM ON SUNDAY EVENING Music, laughter and pretty girls come back to the Gem Sun- day night when the Davis-Smith Musical Comedy Revue will p- pear in the rollicking musical fr, rce entitled "Steppin' Out." . "Steppin' Out" hws a plot that does not tire the minds of the audience. The situations are good, the lines clever and the song num- bers above the average. In short it provides occasion for mirth. It is built about the finding of a ba- by .,in' a ummer house,; i! drags i.n. wives, maidS, a jev !pedd]eF; and a much henpecked husband. It ends like most musical come. dies end, with all the tangles straightened out and everybody happy. at The Gem Lou Davis will be seen in the leading comedy role of Jack ll Sportly and will aso do a novel-I :y number with the Sunshine girls entitled "I Care for Her and Sh Cares For Me." Harry Valois will return to his Jew character and will afford many laughs as Isidore Lachinsky. Charles Smith l will assume the role of Henry[ Peck, the henpecked husband, and Rose Smith willlbe the wife, who is responsible for all the trouble. Gordon Richardson is the spoiled son of the henpecked husband, while Majel Gardner will play the neglected wife 1of Jack Sportley. Lurisse Fox will do the French Maid Marie. Lon ProtteaUi the musical di- rector, has):aranged a novelty ofq i h " " opemn S erry rote which ked some tner-  polatedn_m'r)that are very pleasing. Majel Gardner is sing- ing "The World Is Waiting For the Sunshine" and Go,ion Rich- ardson will use "Brown Eyes Why s IN winter your automobile re I  quires a free-fio00izlg oil, if it is to start quicklyavd be free 00rom dangerous friction. All oils do not meet this requirement, but here again Zerolene proves one of its superiorities--it flows freely at low temperatures. To determine the correct body of geroleue for the winter lubrication of your car, con- suit theZerolene Correct Lubrtca [ton Chart --at Standard Oil Servlce 8tatiom and at dealera r] STANDARD OIL, COMPANY (California) H The old Fashioned Christmas appeals to us with its gusto, its generosity, its whoe-heartedness. Today this spirit of Christmas seeks expression in tokens o] Good-will, o] Love and Friendship, the gift that & bespeaks endearment is sought . An l)o 19 00ore 00hopping igiil (gl00ri00Ima00 attractive Sweater ahvays comes in ]landy with the polmlar Sl)ort skirt. There's someone on your list for whom a sweater will be just the lhing. your friends write often? They are bonnd to answer if you say Merry Christnlas with a 1)ox of fine sta- tionery; a box ............ 50e-75c ,.  Theres charm ,. ,  J' mid lasting '.'-. [\\; memory in a 1] J\\; gift of Blue ,,, \\;\ Rose. Wkat -- ILI_IE E [_..-Jelse is so per- sonal or appreciated as this delicate perfume? Sweet scent powder', or beau- tiful compact. Priced from 50c up. Fancy Towel gifts are always popular and in gocd taste. These soft sl)un Towels are surely beautiful. 25c to $1.00 Beaut iful new :Book Ends, cast in metal, : bronze finish, - i n t e r e sting subjects, as the End of the Trail, Angelus. Water Fountain; at per set ............ $2.25 Silk Lingerie is a charming Personal gift for women. Chemise, step-ins, Bloomers, Slips. We have them in ; . a range of delightful colors. Christmas Candle Sticks, Holly design, pedestals, red and green candles, beautiful for gifts; a pair .... $1.25 , .LA e h a r Ill i n g ", beaded or leath- .///,er///; H a n d b a g, / will make ,a, ser- _ / vieeable a n d ''11i11' Add Handbag to ,'__ _your Christmas "31 "---'-= list now. Come  in and make your selection early. llandkerchiefs tlundreds of them. Dainty little squares, in all colors and plain white, of silk Crepe, de- Chine, Linen, Lawn and sheer Voiles singly ()]" boxed; priced from 4 for 25c, to $1.00 each. Christmas Hosiery---13eautifnl Full fash- iored Phoenix Hosiery. The beauty of ibis hose will endure beyond that of ordinary Hose. All colors; at per pair . ....................... $1.85 Tanteful Christnlas Cards with the sea- sons greetings neatly engraved. Chrishnas seals, stitches and tags are on sale now at ..... 5c and 10e ()ne lot of \\;V(,men's Coats, i]1 a variety of styles; very special at 20 per cen discount. Entire stock of Women's and Children's Winter Coats at 10 per cent dis- COllllt. _ - __ _ Beautiful Gloves in Chamois, Suede, in season's popular shades, pair $1.25 Felt Slippers, for men, women and children, in all the popular shades. Worthmore Aprons. A big assortment of popular styles, in Ginghams and Percales, well made and every i one guaranteed. On sale Saturday! ,.. on!y at ..................... $120 : One lot of Ivoritex Toilet articles, in- eluding mani- cure sets, combs, buf- fers, scissors, perfume bot- tles, trays, hair receivers, l)owder boxes, Christmas spe cial ...... 98c ()he lot of Ivortex Toilet Articles inelud- ) S ing Brushes, Mirrors, Jewel Cases. Christmas special ........... $1.98 NELS PETERSON Dry Goods Company Are You Blue." Miss Fern Pres- ton will render another blue num- ber when she sings "Sweet Geor- gin Brown." The popular Whispering Trio, who have been stopping the show for the past week, have two very good numbers in "Georgia Lul- laby," and their big novelty num- ber, "It's a Peach." SILVANA The joint Y. P. S. program held at the Lutheran Free church Sun- day evening last was,a great suc- cess. A very good !program was rendered by Zion Y. P. S. to a large audience. The program in- cluded such numbers as: Vocal solo, "A Perfect Prayer," Mrs. L. Drooping; reading, "How ,Can Our Y. P. S. Benefit Our Communi- ty?" Mrs. Alex Haroldson; piano duet, selected, Mrs. 0. Satra and Miss Stubb; reading, selected. Miss Irene Stenson; baritone so- lo, Elias Stubb, accompanied on the piano by Miss Ella Stubb; reading, selected, Miss Inez Ness; vocal solo, Miss, Olive Dahl; ,bari- tone solo, Elias Stubb. A question 5ox was a very in- teresting addition to the above program. Such questions as "Does dancing tend to draw people away from the church? .... Can a person be a good Christian without be- longing to a church? .... What is the reason for the many empty pews?" These are just a few of the many appropriate questions brought u,p but it was found that such discussions are a great vaI- ue to an organization of young people. It is therefore hoped that a question box will be a regular pars of the Sunday evening pro- grams from now on. Delicious re- freshments were served by Salem Y. P. S. The following constitut- ed the committee: Miss Lola Clausen, Messrs. Enoch Larson and Carl Botten. Thanksgiving services were held at the Lutheran Free church at 10:30 a. m. Thursday. This was in the form of a joint service be- tween the Zion and Salem Luth- eran churches. Hymns were ,sung after which Mr. E. L. Wahl lead m lrayer- "America" was next sung by the audience after which President Coolidge's "Thanksgiv- ing Proclamation" yeas read by Ei- nar Botten. Salem choir rendered two pleasing numbers, Gounod's "Come Unto Him," and "Ore She Gud," by a Norse corrposer. Rev. G. Blessum spoke in the Norse language while Rev. H. B. Wogter delivered a forceful Thanksgiving sermon in English "God Be With You" was sung by the audience in closing. lntumini Girls' :sdciety held its annual sale at the T. U..hall Thanksgiving evening. The girls certainly had a wonderful display of fancy work of all descriptions. Quite a good-sized audience was in attendance. Refreshments were served after the ,sale. The net pro- ceeds of the sale can not be given as yet. Mrs. E. M. Olson entertained with a Thanksgiving dinner. Cov- ers were laid for: Mr. and Mrs. L. Hansen, Misses Marion and Mabel Hansen, all of Everett, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Dale; Misses Inga and Esther Dale and Gud- veig Hammervold. Mr. Dawley of Olympia was a guest at the V. H. Dawley home last week. Mrs. G. Blessum, who has been very ill for several weeks, is im- proving slowly. Messrs. Reinhardt Torske, Mor- ris Torske and James 'Clausen spent Thanksgiving day at their homes here. Thanksgiving dinner guests at the J. I. Moe home were: Mr. and Mrs. Iver Botten and family, Ei- nar A. Botten and Ingebrikt Bet- ten. Misses Anna Lunnum and Anger Fjarlie of Seattle spent the holi- days at the homes of their par- ents. Mr. and Mr, s. Olaf Remmen an- nounce the birth of a daughter, Marie Dorthea Danker, Thanks- giwng day, Nov. 26th. Bethania Ladies' Aid was en- tertained by Mrs. Anna Anderson Wednesday afternoon in the Luth- eran Free Church parlors. Mr. and Mrs. Arent Fjarlie have recently moved into their new.home in Arlington. LUTHERAN BAZAAR The ladies of Our Savior's Lutheran church have been active for some time in preparing for the program and sale to be given at the church parlors Friday evening, December 4th. The Young People's society will give a pro- gram beginning at 8 o'clock af- ter which a variety of fancy and useful articles will be sold by auction. Following the sale re- freshments will be 'served.