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THURSDAY, SEPT. 9, 1954 -= Elect WARREN H. QUFIST YOUR State Representative 39th District ,. REPUBLICAN IAfelong resident a[ Snohomish County Married, two children Home owner. Veteran o World War II sAttended Everett Jun- ior College Graduate o Uni- versity of Washington Law Scbool Active in Civic Organizations Practicing Attorney. Granite Falls SHOE REPAIR SHOP Near Texaco Station Walter Lamont GRANITE FALLS, WASH. TU'S NACK HOP Fountain Lunch ARLINGTON Why Does Westland Vote VETERAN 9 = " FARMER Don't Wonder .. LUCAS Vote Right, .. VOrE Wm. H. CONGRESS ... Second District Republican I telephones are NOT cheaper by the dozen! The telephone industry is perhaps the only major field where it is more expensive to operate a large number of units than it is a smaller quantity. If we had only two subscribers, there would be only one possible:connection, and  with three there would be only three. But here simple multiplication stops. When we have 100 subscribers, we must provide for 4,950 possible connections and in most of our .exchanges the possible connections become astro- nomical Modern switchboards andequipment help, of course, but even with them the cost per telephone rises as our facilities grow larger in each exchange. This is merely one factor we face in maintaining the finest possible telephone service at the lowest possible cost. Our average wage rates lave doubled sine 1945. Our taxes and operating expenses have increased 7 % just since 1952. Unfortunately, in the telephone business nothing is "cheaper by the dozen." Reluctantly, we have found it necessary to request modest increases in your telephone rates. Without these increases, it will be impossible to continue our improvement and expansion programs, designed to bring you the finest possible telephone service at the lowest possible rates. % 00!I00LEPHONE COMPAN! GRANITE FALI PRESS : Granite Falls, Washington ": "_lit Ij00(rlB LakeStevens EBENEZER LUTHERAN CHURCH, Lake Stevens Sidney W. Jones, Pastor Week of Sunday, Sept. 12th: i Sunday: Church chool at 9:30j a.m. This is %he first meeting of I A weekend guest o Mr. and I Mrs. Willis Butler of Rt. 1 Ever- Lake Stevens Journalism Clas Mrs. Gilbert Havens of Lake Stevens poured at the wedding o, hey niece, Bonnie-Nola Hansen, on August 21 at the Trinity pisco- pal church. Over he weekend o,f Arug. 27-31 Mr. and Mrs. H. Peteron and family of Tacoma paid a social visit to Ir. and Mrs. W. R. Olin and family of Rt. 2 Everett, .the ekurch school fo. the fall season and all children 4 yem's of age and over are invited to attend. Morning service at 11 o'clock. The Sacrament of Holy Com- munic,n will be celebrated. The Luther League will meet. The time and place will be an- ett was Mrs. Llllian Teslich of Seattle. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Leedy over the weekend f Aug. 27-31 were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Richards of Butte, Montana. The ountain View Garden Club met at the home of Mrs. nouneed. [Magna Hedstrom on the Swal- Tuesday: Junior Choir re-[ well road for a one o;clck lunch- hearsal at 6"45 pm [eon. Tim new officers, Audrey Wednesday: The Board of Ad-[ tenon, president, a n d Hazel ministration an d Building Com.{Gates, ecretary, presided at the mlttee will meet at 7:30 p.m. [business meeting. The cl,ub voted Thursday: The Youth Choir to give $5.00 .to the polio fund. will rehearse at 6:30 p.m. The{ The next meeting will be on Senor Choir will rehearse at 7:30.[ Oetotber 7. Saturday: T h e Conflrmatlc.ql A marriage ceremony, Wednes- e day, Sept 1, united Shen ill Class. will meet at the hurch at[ " 9:30 a.m. IHarrison of Everett and Robert e Fowler of Lake Stevens The The Dorcas Society will me t at 1:30 p.m, groom is a former rnember of COMMUNITY CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, Granite Falls Wlnton Wels% Pastor Sunday shool ................ 10:00 a.m. Morning worship ............ 11:00 a.m. Bible Gleaners ................ 7:00 p.m Evening service ............ 8:00 p.m. Prayer meeting, Wed ..... 7:30 P.m. Youth Crusaders, Thurs. (Annex) ...................... 81:00 p.m. Youth Center, Sat ........... 7:30p.m. THE ALLIANCE CHURCH .Sunday School .................. 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship .......... 11:00 a.m. 'ellowshlp Hour .............. 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting....Tues. 7:30 p.m. KING'S TEENS An undenominational y o ,u t h group meeting each Wednesday night at the Farmer Union hall HARTFORD PENTECOSTAL CHURCH Rev. Chris Ahlberg , Pastor Sunday school ....................... 9:45  Morning Worship .................... [1:00 Evening worshl.p ...................... 7:45 Tuesday P.M. Prayer meeting ........................ 7:45 Friday P.M. Young People's meeting ........ 7:45 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF LAKE STEVENS Bible school ........................ 10: a.m. Worshp ........................... 11:00 a.m. Fellowship hour .......... 6:30 p.m. Evening worshl9 ............ 7:45 p.m. Prayer meeting, Wed... 7:30 p.m. Gordon E. Woodall, Pastor Phone TU. 3260 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE The practical value f under- standing God as the source of all true substance will be stressed at Christian Science services Sunday in the lesson-sermon en- titled "Substance." ... the lessen start. Then from dJ bver the free world come au'eh com. meats to these from readers of THg CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR, an international daffy newspaper= "The Monitor b mira read. .s /or ,iSht.thinlUnS pop. . . "i returned to hod oher lame ol Ie yem l u p$ my dsee kern tl eale, but my educat/on con Jrom Ih# Monitor .... " "The Mortor ie, me /or my world....'" pan)'.... You, too. will nd the MonJtol informative, with complete world news. You will dbeover a construe, five viewpoint in every news story. Use the coupon below.. The Chrbthm Sdeee Moalt One. Norway Str Boston IS, Msss., U. 9. &. Please send me ']['be Chddan Science Monitor for one year. I enclose $15 [] ( moa $.75) [] (nm) Lake Stevens ttlgh school. .Lawrence Rebo, graduate e,f Lake Steven,s Higii school, sea of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rebo, lert Wednesday, Sept. 1, for Fort Ord, Calif., wheTe lie will enter basic training in the Army. Mr. and Mrs. Al Dettrich, resi- dents of Odessa, Wash., visited the J. J. Dettrioh family of Rt. 1 Lake Stevens on Sept. 4-6. Miss Adabell Hi.sey and Mrs. Marilyn Hisey of Lake Stevens vlsletd Mr. and rs. A1 nyder in Madras, Oregon, the week of Aug. 26. Guests at the home of Mrs. Ass J. Lyman over the weekend ere Mr, and Mrs. WillLs Spelt of Seattle, Miss Lila Lyman and Mrs. Kenneth E. Rudeen.  Russell Mowbray of Missoula Montana, was a weekend guer, t at he home of Mr. ,and Mrs. Tom Kennaugh of Rt. 1 Lake Stevens. Mr, .Mo,wbray i.s a brother of Mrs. Kennaugh. ,lqssell Mendenhall of the U.S. Navy is Visiting at the Arthur Stribling residence, Rt. 1 Lake Stevens. The Sptember meeting of tlm Sandy Beach Community Club was ,held Sept. 2. The meeting, held at the home of Mr. and Mrs C 1 a r e n c c .MacDonald, featured election of officer. Elected were pregldent, William Hadley; vice- president, Mrs. Kathline Ketch- urn; secretary, Mrs. C. MacDon- ald; treasurer, Hugh Mitchell. There was also a repoxt from the building committee and other annual reports from officers and committee chairmen. O, ll residents of the community having beach privileges were asked to attend. Refresments were served during the rSocial hour fol- lowing the meeting. Duane Thompson, class of '51, and Pat Soderman of Bellingham were married in the Faith :Duth- ran church in Belllngham on Friday, Sept. 3. The young couple (address) ms ........... ..o.--. ....................... (c/tyl icon) (ante) PB.II ,, ,,i i a vacation . FOR TWO "  Just NA ME the new ::; C OTY fragrance! l l Jim Over 500 Chances I II1100Z00li ,, ,o I 1 lll J Get your Passport to Paris i   Package right now. Along with i /   get your favorite of 7 famous   Coty Toilet Waters. Complete Contest Rules and Entry Blank Two Fine Coty Toilet Wters in ver P,cksee. Both $ 50 Contest doses Midnight, Sept. 27. 1954 .. JoT , ,I..F, Let us fill your Prescriptions Two Registered Pharmacists MITCHELL'S PHARMACY "Ben and Jim" TUxedo 3522 Lake Stevens, Wash. will complete their seniox year at Pacific Lutheran College. The -Lake Steven.s Vi-Queens elected the following officers for the school year 1954-55: Lorraine Stichler, president; Kitty Mac- Donald, vice president; Jerry Bau'er, secretary; Dianne Rogge, treasurer. .Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ro,nquist of Everett were guests of the Jack Bauer family for the Labor Day weekend. At the firmen's ball at Lun- deen's Saturday, Sept. a, a a-o- line lawn-mower was given to the bolder of the lucky number. The winner of tlle prize was James Loanbury (f Rt. 2 Everett. John W. Ford of 1717 Fine St. announces the engagement of his sister, Joyce Alta, to Jack O. Cornish, ,son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Cornish o Lake Stevens Miss Ford is a sophomore at Western Washington College of Edacation, Bellingham. Her fian- ce will attend W.W:C.E. and will major in forestry. Both Joyce and Jack graduated from Lake Stevens High school with the class of '53. Scientific SWEDISH MASSAGE RICHARD WILDER Experienced Graduate Masseur Hydro Therapy - Physlo Therapy &ledical Gymnastics. Treatments by apppointemnt, Phone 2144 Granite Falh Wash. Serious Piano Students Wanted Frances Nordby, State Certified Piano Teacher Beginning to Advanced Pupils Accepted Nordby Music Studio TU. 2644 Res. TU. 2920 DANCING EVERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHT AT PEGGY'S TAVERN DR. W. GLEN BIFFER Optometrist Hours Phone 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. 3131 (Closod Tuesdays) 121 Olympic Avenue ARLINGTON, WASH. II III DON Sullivan FOR Congress Attorney Democrat "The Qualified Candidate" II II1' II LERVICK Television Service TUXEDO 4272 -Lake Stevens .'. JUDGE OTT IS AWYERS, CHOICE/ In Seattle, lawyers en. dorse Judge 0tt.-.735 to 302... Spokane-.231 to 6... bar associations or lawyer  groups in 18 counties indicate Judge Off as their overwhelming choice/ ASK YOUR LAWYER! LAWYERS KNOW JUDGES BEST Attorneys throughout the state know the integrity and ability of the judges before whom their cases are tried and over- whelmingly support the candidacy of Judge Richard B. Ott for Su- preme Court. ASK YOUR THE PRIMARY ELECTION IS FINAL.,.SEPT. 14 {Paid for by Judge Ott Election Committee, W. J. 5telnert, Hen. Chairman) }