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1 I i i i iii ARLINGTON TIMES. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1925. ,,| ,, CONSULT Consolidated With the Arlington - .... Chronicle (SOL. IV., No. .x "--5  - ) With Us About You By THE ARLINGTON PTG. CO.  II &apos;;--:" "---' ';' , r Entered at the postoffice at Arl-  i------kk L .... :/ vl ington, Washington, for trans-  1 I--:i--I ):: ]:i Kl"an-'ng Mat ' ....... " ..... " "" ere missmn through the mails as [[Uuffiers in rich, pure silks andsoft-texturc :;=.v:[ ...... ;I . second class matter J I woolens..loves to meet the obligation c ,, ' ' ' "- -i ":" ::Z- ' I ,. ., )I . "" every occasion, from golf to go-to-busine.  '::TU' ii CLOSE co-operation with our deposit- c.L. MARSH, Editor -1!1 !! i :;" ors for their best interest, and ours, is J.c. CARPENTER, Business Mgr.  I (- :, =!_ .-J ;: one of our traditional policies. 050 NEWS ([Pleated-Bosom Shirts f'-" % g:Cro-Stri?ed $:irts ,, $!': OUR intimate knowledge of local and are high in favor now, areq,ti_e'&,cw>zve.,:ross ,-,, but not high in price th,: o::ean. Tiffs is the i: ) " 1 @H general business connections has been of Mrs. Earl Prather and infant here. Plain colors or the way th<.y wear cm, wt ,, great service to our customers' business so,,, Ralph Forrest, are teraporar- most original and ornate colored collar and rouad $! ily at the home of Mrs. Prather's combinations. . cuffs. + plans, mother, Mrs. Oliver Kyle. : ./  i EVERY banking service your business Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Salter and l " ]] "-_,.), ] ,' , Children were week-end guests of - /l(i4 ,X" ;  '/ requires is .fatithfully rendered. Mrs. Clare Parker. Mrs, Salter 1/// ', taught school here several years , ago. ,; CITIZENS STATE BANK Mr. and Mrs. Reynold Nord- f  !!)2 " ;trom were Sunday guests of N. ' E Nordstrom and family. . '/'  Mrs. S. H. Aldridge and Radio YOURHOME BANK Hartl who have been seriously :  i!l are improving. Mr. and Mrs. John Maxwell of < i i i i i i [ " From Hat To Hose :andkercLicf, inafuil- | LColorful Socks that range assortment well are two feet ahead of ORRECT dress is team-work, not worth blowing about. Silks, Linens and Silk- others in novelty, qual-  guesswork. This group of iiiustra- And-Linens in o,:'." ex- ity and variety. Silk, tions shows what's what in Fal! clothes, clusive colorings. Lisle and Woo1 as may -f be desired, from the right hat right down to hose. Pet, erson & Chatten L 'l. {[[Pull-Over Sweaters I [Coat-Style Sweaters with round necks, or V i out of materials fit to neck that young men for older men knit to fit necks, or the new turtle knit. Bold colors are the 4[The Well-Dressed Neck is all-important to the and men who feel that correct effect this :Fall. Well-Dressed Man. We keep your neck in mind. way are keen about. .: Granite FallS, Hr. and Mrs. Dan vice were Rev. Chas. Williams, ] Hanter were Sunday guests of Rev. Earl Reisner. Rev. J. F. their parent/%  and-Mrs. M. G. Smith and Rev. M. R. Morley. The ' Conover. Mrs mover returned sermon was given by Rev. Morley quent, setting forth an array of <1 couple of days.' temporal and spiritual blessings ] .- - Gerald Prather and Lawrence as ineenflives to the spirit of ] Wzdmark motored to Seattle Sun- (hanks-giving. U day to spend the day with friends. " i I Mrs. Seigell and sons, George GRAND VIEW DOINGS Ill li] and Jack returned Sunday even- | " | :0 t00'tr0000na" :rag "ree*' - Thanksgiving.lUg from Sultan, where they s pen'c sonFuneralof Mr.ServiCeSand Mrs.frohas.the infantBerg. , For this Christmas-- [] Miss Mill(cent Van Namee has dahl were held Friday, Nov. 27th, Buy Her the Famous Electric: I returned to her work as primary at 10:30 a. m. from Moll's chapel, i Rev. Charles Williams offic'iating, i teacher after a month's absence. A large concourse of sympathetic o, 4. i [ The time is [rawing when Mrs. Harold Munphy substituted friends of the parents followed near ,or her and proved herself a very the little casket to Harwood ceme- f accomplished teacher, terN where interment took place. 1 1 l you will be mailing your Christ- John OstrumwenttoEverettto L. Bagley of Arlington, em- meet Mrs. Ostrum and daughter, lsloyed as rigging slinger at Stim- [ Ingrud'wharrivedthatdayfrm su -camp' suffered a severely 1 1 Cards Sweden. Mr. Ostrum has been bruised knee Saturday when he mas . here two years, was hit by a knot off of a log. He Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Prather was taken to the Arlington Gen- spent Sunday in Arlington and oral Hospital. -1 [ It takes time to print or engrave them so were dinner guests of Mr. and It is estimated that 175 persons Mrs. J. Ross ttubbard, partook of a bountiful Thanks- it is important that a selection be made as Mr. and Mrs. L. Hunziker and giving dinner at the Stimsn eamLp l  t I daughter were guests of Mrs. on Thanksgiving day. The gather ] I early as possible Lewis Siegell Monday. ing included women and'hildren, t * The Mt. Wheeler Grange mere- families of men employed in the belhave just cmpleted the ceil" camp' wh had accepted insets"   1 ,- ing of the dance hall. tions. Twenty-five turkeys sacri- l Call Our Samples ,. Tungate was called to Arl-riced their lives for the occasion. -" ington early Tuesday morning on Cran'berries and other fixin's he- Ho tcaYheYear elhave account of the serious illness of cOmpanied the turkeys' the meal 1 rUkwoautt, bendinl'og ii;@r l!  ! 1 Mrs. Tungate. However, at this winding up with plum pudding ;unga:;ardtalit'ign the ' .:i:.i!::iiii !'`! Writing she is improved,, and hard sauce, m'incepie, fruit, Zi..--..  ARLINC -PRINTING CO. Carl Hartl made a business trip candy and nuts.  ] '-)  to Everett Tuesday. TO welcome her into the neigh- Chas. Atchison and Keith Mu- borhood, Mrs. Oscar Oquist, Mrs.  I " ma have returned from a four Fred Solberg and Mrs. G. A. Holm- oLnUNDiancSethlte rtqbdre, s ' ;'" months' trip to and near Enter- er tendered Mrs. Carl Johnson a ] :t]',::gi'o j . @rise, Ore. They made the trip by surprise luncheon on Wednesday. Mrs. Gust Bloomquist enter- -] During DECEMBER ONLY we will sell the new i motor and report a wonderful tained with a luncheon of i0 coy- THOR-30 FOLDING ELECTRIC IRONER, the standard, time. Jackson & Kemp have temper- ere at her home Tuesday. modern way of home ironing, for $167 CASH, or, if you arily closed their 'bolt camp be- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson of ] prefer,s10.00 monthlYDowN!paymentsThis trulyfrwonderfulJUSt a littleironermOre willand beONLYde= N cause of a low market. Seattle and Isaac Love of Alaska. livered to your home as a Christmas present, if you order were Sunday guests at the home NOW. You are not obliged to buy if you call for a FREE I l NiW ELECTRIC SHOP of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Solberg. Mr. ] TEST at one of our stores or ask for a consultation about ] O. D. Verse of Snohomish has Love remained until Wednesday, it labor-tlme-money-savlng value. DO rr NeWt Dem- opened an electrical shop in the when he left for California. onstration in all of our stores. nmrket apartment of the *building Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nelson ] I formerly occupied by the U. & I. gave a dinner Sunday, the guests 1  Co., stating that he will do house belug Mr. and Mrs.' Emil Erick- ] i wiring and carry all kinds of elec- son of Tacoma, Mr. and Mrs. E1- trical supplies. He also has the mer Nelson. ] I agency for Stewart & Warner ra-  ] die sets and various electrical ap- pliances including the Easy wash- . or, sweepers, irons, etc. He now il PUOET SOUND POWER : is installing his stock and fix- , Mr. and Mrs. Luther Orr were tares and will be ready to serve (iinnerguests Thanksgiving dayat  AND LIOHT COIPANY the public in a few days. the home of T. N. Clapsadle. -]][ Steve 0champaugh is building' ill1 THANKSGIVING SEt, VICE anew house on ground adjoining ]i]]] i]--- The union Thanksgivifig service his father's home. Until the house sere Su--'--'ada - o-'f Mr"-. -nd held at the Congregational church is completed Steve and his wife  Matt Soper who has been in Cal- : last Thursday evening constitut- will make their .home with the Mrs. J. A. Nelson, ifornia for several months, return- ed the leading observance of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hayden en- ed borne last week. day, being attended by an audi- Henry Ochampaugh. terra(ned their son-in-law and Mr. and Mrs. ,C. W. Brazelton once of over 150. The church was Lee Campbell is visiting his daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Real were Thanksg'iving dinner guests nicely decorated with 'blossoms brother, C. O. Jensen, at Fortson Knowlton of Getchell, on Thanks- of Mr. and Mrs. Furman Snelson. and excellent music was furnish- this week. giving day. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Gates were ed by the combined Lutheran and Mr. and Mrs. Nels Carlson and " Mrs. I. A. Van Zandt is recov- up from Seattle Thanksgiving to Methodist choirs, family of Everett and Miss Agnes ering from a severe attack of the spend the day wih Roy. and Mrs. Ministers assisting in the ser-Aders0n, a Lakewo0d teacher, mumps. J.F..Smith.