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PAGE TWO THE AR ..... .k LING ION TIMES.. RLLNGTON. WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, JAN. l, 1953. homish .... County Engineer, calls attention] lr~ a, of the public to the fact that, byll/aug]Hers 10 ~te law, it is necessary for any],, . !! ,~, p,, on building an approachllnstallluesdav z~a,.d, or driveway t6 a county l J rbad, to obtain a written permit Camilla Collett Lodge No. 25 the Board of County Corn- will meet on Tuesday evening, missioners, to do so. /January 6th in Viking Hall at Anyone interested can obtain 8:15, promptly There will he in- information at the office of the stallation of the new officers fol- County Engineer, in the Court lowing a short business meeting. House, Everett A social hour and refreshments Mr. Barnwell states that coun-will be enjoyed jointly by the ty road ditches are being de- two lodges as the Sons of Nor-I stroyed and dangerous intersec- way will hold their regular meet. lions are being created by indis- ing in the upstairs hall. All imJ late e pproache: to , aunty qt{I~ "If those building such roads criminate approaches to county members are requested-to atten( roads, and greet the new officers. "If thos .~ building ~c] roads do not cooperate in saving our county roads," states Mr. Barn. The Sunday School Christma, ell "" " w , it will be necessary to Program presented by the Salem prosecute to the extent of the iSunday School last Friday eve- law." i ning was very well attended -----------o and much enjoyed by all. Treats In Arlington . Phqne 1344 of candy and oranges were dis- KILLOUGH CLEANERS tributed to all the children fol- for lowing the program which con. ALTERATIONS sisted of songs and recitations. :-==~-- ~ i 1 " The o d Methodist parsonage takes to the highway, as the Hoagland Co. of Everett raised the =~ _ ,, structure and placed it on heavy beams suspended between rubber-tired wheels. It w~is moved to i~)--~Fll~l ~ II a site on East Division Street. ",~'i~r~ ~ ~ [~ The house was built about 1896, the late Harry Hunter being one of the carpenters mt ~ " * c "2P~ ~r~ E The site is bexn~, prepared for a new parsonage structure, adjacent to the church. I~--.... A&~^,...! ~ J B. Thomsen home were Mr. ! lvaetaly att .u ........ and Mrs. Clarence Jack of Se- ll / - ~ | ~ "l lkl* /. /~/~YZ~,~/~' attle, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Had- ,,. ar ram.y mgnt Alice Thomsen denham and Sharon from near ~. Family Night Social held in ilyPhdne 250/3 Edmonds, Mr. and Mrs. Russel the Social Hall on Sunday eve- Mappin of R. 2, and Vernon Wol- ning was very well attended and Faro ather ngs ford of R. 4 the program which consisted of And zr* *oo Mr. and Mrs. Donald Speer musical numbers,was much en-wsmng and familyt of Everet, Mr. and joyed by all. Rev.~J. H. Myrwang Mrs. Kelly Britsch and family of ~{}~ led the devotion and announced.At Christmas Time Marysville, Dennis Thompson of the following numbers: Vocal Warm Beach, were Sunday after- duet by,Linda and Jill R0chon, Mr .and Mrs. Leonard Sill an( noon and evening visitors at the bi~ accompanied on the piano by sons spent Christmas day and George Espe home a er,better, their mother, Mrs. Art Rochon; enjoyed turkey dinner with his Mr. and Mrs. Martin Melum vocal solo by Linda Husby, who mother and sister, Mrs. Gertrude and Edward of Camano Island, and happi0rNew was accompanied on the piano Sill and Helen. and Mr and Mrs. Bill Roberts by her mother, Mrs. Elmer Hus- The Ladies' Aid of the Bethel and Billy of Yakima, were Sun- by; accordion selections played Mission Church will meet Thurs- day dinner guests at the Ole by Linda Lorenzen and vocal day, Jan. 8, at the church. Host- Tronson home. Afternoon guests Y.tfo I 3. duet by Mrs. Olive Rod and Mrs. esses will be Mrs. Benson and were Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Larson J. H. Myrwang, and a piano solo Mrs. Jackson of Everett and Mr. and Mrs. Her. by Patsy Bockofner. At this meet- Mr. and Mrs Wendell Peterson man Nm,~n ,)f Arllntytnn ins the Sunday Sel~ool teachers of R. 4, Mr;.and Mrs. Roy McDon: M'rs:~]~leanor "Sh'ou~)'a'nd chil- of the Zion Lutheran Church ald oz Arnngton, and Mr. and dren went to her na~ents home were honored and appreciation Mrs. David McDonald of Seattle Mr. and Mrs. Gonnason of Carna: MT, LOOP SHELL SERVICE was extended to them for their were bnrlstmas alnner guests at tion, Saturday for a belated untiring .efforts with the chil- the home of Mr. and Mrs. How- Christmas. Her sister and family ~' ~----= ~~----'~i 0 dren Gifts were l~esented t ara-'t'e'tersn"" ~ frm Hanfrd were there als"..b @[ " " ' them from the Ladies' Aid and ~.cnrls[mas o~nner guests at the Christmas dinner guests at the they were seated at a special ~gura ~uoert home were mr.lA C Benson home were Mrs table during the refreshment and Mrs. A. Kjelstad and family, Bonson'~ dnnc, htor Mr= l~.n~l~ hour Rev Myrwang spoke brief- of Stanwood, Mr. and Mrs. Ken- E--Newto~-a~cl'-D()n'n:le'." J~.":~ F ly on the important work the neth Layman and family of Ar- h'er son ancl daughter in' l~aw, M~. ] best way to teachers are doing and he also lington, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence and Mrs Harry ~ l~l~v" ~.,~ ~" called on several members of the Robinson of Mt. Vernon, Mr. and William'Denn~s,'al]'o)~Seatt]'e'"'" congregation for short remarks. IMrs. Harold Jenson and family Mr and Mr~ Z P nn,~th ~,n Ve n ................ All vowed that the Sunday of Mt. r on, n)almar Espe and son Bob Germain .~nont C.hriut S~y it is ~i]] . i School work is a very important'family of Arlington, Mr. and Mrs. mRs at the home of-l~Ir"an(t"IVIrs - part,of the church work and that Earl Cox of R 4, Harold and Herb Germain south ,~f ~.,.H.-,o-" '" '' ~e ~ " all should cooperate with the Gunner Gilbert and the host and ton ............ e,- nappy w or, teachers during-the coming year hostess, Mr. and Mrs. Sigurd Gil- -The "ui~t Club will m " ~_~t~~~ ,~'~.~ to make it an outstanding year bert Lee Me~e~ a ..... eel atthe ~~ .:~;~:::::::~i~, . i~ ~, with the St/nday School Mrs Mr. and Mrs Ralph McFarland j_ _ ,, n~ n nome wean e.saay, o. ?' ~). ~'~. Bergie Drivstuen spoke on" behali of Portland, Russel McFarlaml a~iUsrY(~n a~i~laYmms,ee~n~er .... ' of the Ladies Aid A very de- and Jesse McFarland Jr, called a - " ....... licious lunch was served and at the Frank McFariand home S~anerm~n~rve~e~ ans~te~~ ~a the committee in charge was Christmas day Willia - "' - " , ~~'~'~"*' "" - Mesdames Helen Henning, Bea Mr and Mrs Charles Jenson til Sa~urSdnameSrnr~?:s~ay un[ .... y. d y the trice Rod and Helene Rod and Lionel Utlell of Monroe spent ................ . ed ~iwmams aaugnter, lvirs. ~len The Salem Lutheran Ladies' ~Wrk2tYS~nlnast ~le~tanads ednaJ;Y aWe!lsl?;tSrea:tle'b~tdh~rSn ~a~i Aid will meet on Wednesday af-~the home of Mr. and Mrs Clif- .. a .......... " " " A~ | ~W or~ Of pOaCO ford Ude'l " lvir no Mrs ~ ~ wiaener ana ternoon, Jan 7, in the Memorial J s n o* "a " " " II o r ~ coma, all cameIor a Hall Mesdames Clara and Elste Mrs. Betty Booker and her bqat ......... brother Jack Kin we .... e eu ~.nrIs[mas droner and prosperity f0r 0or Pryor will be the hostesses and g, n[ to ~eat-Mr and Mr "~ - " ' L s ~scar uarlson, friends tend aer~)Setr:~rd~aflri~nn~s ~t~riChri:tm~lSnnniegrht t: :2keol(~ M~i~yn, d l~rr, S. Ca~l Ca/lsO~2rflnd to attend friend, Mrs Jessie Carlan, who Br-h "" - " g -a~;~: is sufferinwith .... eK US, Mr and Mrs Coul- d' Misses Sylvia a n d Helen g a Drogen nip. house a -'" .... ~-" ...... " ~Mrs Bo ..... n nu lvlr. "aria ~rs uuo Everything to Build Anything Haukeness, daughters of Rev, . oker said The Christmas 0lander o ..... ~:- - '- " dis la a W ~eatue were t:nrist- " and Mrs O J Haukeness of p y t ashelh was the most ma ......... - ::i:~ " " "" " - " ' - beautiful thi*'-- --~ ;*~ ,.~..a ;~.~ s uInner guests at tne anoy Minneapolis, lviinn, are visiting ,~ ,,, ,~ ,~,,u t,,,,~, ,~.__~__ ,. ......... ~have ever se~en *~ -~;-'h* ..... ,-,*unuer home In ~rllngton .i~ their parents auring the holi- ........ ~ ~ w,~ _ ' ~* days. grand, the city at night was be- - Rev. and Mrs. O J Haukeness!autiful beyond description." held open house at their home l Mrs. Edith Clift and son Don. last Tuesday. The hours were at ald and Miss Charleen Dunnick 2 and 8. A large number ofIwent to Seattle to spend Christ- friends attended and enjoyed thetmas with Mrs. Clift's mother, hospitality rendered by the host Mrs. Steven Ackles. and hostess. I Mr. and Mrs. Norman Smith There will be services in the and daughters spent Christmas Zion Lutheran Church on Sundayi at the Claud Smith home at Kirk- morning, January 4th, at 11:00 land. i o'clock. This service will be inI Mr. and Mrs. Roland FergusonI the form of a New Year's Service. of Edmonds and Mrs. Della Ful-I All are ~lcome. !ler of Seattle, visited Mrs. FuLI "~/~ Following the Christmas Pro-: let's mother, Mrs. Margaret Ho-i gram in the Zion Lutheran:shaw, at the Art Fullertqn home l Church last Sunday evening, Mr. Christmas day. Another daughter and Mrs. Cliff Henning enter- and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. d tained Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Myr- Robert Simms, visited her moth- ~'~ wang, Mr. and Mrs. Hartvig Rod er on Saturday. and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rod. I Mr. and Mrs. tIoward Heaven ~V~r4r " ~" " ~" " Members of the Silvana Grange and children and Mr. and Mrs. and their families and several Norman Heaven and children ' 953 friends enjoyed a turkey dinner lwere Christmas dinner guests at 4t .-. ,~. , at Viking Hall on Sunday, Dec. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon 28th. The dinner was serv'ed at Heaven of Sedro-Woolley. one thirty and the remainder of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hovik and the afternoon was spent inform- Betty went to the Herman Lark ally with visiting and cards, home for Christmas evening to be with Mr. Hoviks family. ~' ..... ~--' " I Christmas dinner guests at the ' vv v qugu: J George Fulls home were Mr. and "Mar~y a husband's saddled Mrs. Lloyd Ryker and family of with debt because of a clothes, i Marysvllle, Mr. and Mrs. Ken- horse."--Eddie Roberts. . neth Wood, Mr. and Mrs. James 1'honk you for your -- I Wood, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. "The bia~,est tob of labor edu I James Wood, Jr., all of Seattle, cation, a~ industry is t() seelMrs. Harley Alexander and son' good wishes. ~' that freedom and mutual under- of Arlington Heights, Larry and', standing are not squeezed out of L.yIe Haddenham of Seattle,. Miss our national heritage. ---Charles,~ha. l~ln.ney of Route.4. Clifford We return t em . R Slic, h Jr ~residen -f NAM I~ulzs caziea zrom canzornia and ~" ' " ~" ~ ~ " [said he is fine "There's nothing dike a dish l. T.he children and families of wilh interest. towel for wiping that contented~ ~ i .~e ~ronnoi.m celebrated look off a husband's face."---Glen:~nrlstmas Ray with a dinner at e,.~,~..'~'/~'~.~... Preston Burns. his home. Covers were laid for Wo''u ...,,I.,m;u au[.,:_(((.),) . .~, Mr. and Mrs. E .A. Backman, Mr. '~'~2~-)~.--~.~ "To the average girl, court.and Mrs. M. Kronhol~: K area space torepor .-. /~qlL~" ship is the art of not showing and Michael, all of Anacortes, allourhopos,X.' -,,'rq her hand until you ask for it."-- Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Clark and Franklin P. Jones. Duane of Fortson, Mr. and Mra Lloyd Hovik and Betty and Mr. you in the da "The best anti-freeze solution, and Mrs. John Kronholm, Donna a|leaa...~mm,,~v-~-~--.a~ from a woman driver's view- andJohnnieofSunnyside. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Espe en- " point, is a fur coat."--Dan Ben. tertained Mr, and Mrs. Karsten nett. ---------~o~--~--- Espe of Ogden, Utah, Mr. and lisa. Times Classilleu Ads -- Mrs. Mike Homm and Betty of OLYMPIC TAVERN effeetlve, economical. Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad ' Espe and family of Anacortes, Mr. and Mrs. George Espe and TLj~ For family of Route 4, on Christmas , JOE KRAETZ AND OLE OLSON NACK SHOVEL DRAGLINE eve. MOP or Hoe Work Mr. and Mrs. George Espe and O~ll family were Christmas day~ vis- S. V, LEDBETTER Rots at the Albert Speer home at / Lakewood. Phone 39.2WS Arlington Christmas dinner guests at the ......,, ' , I.ew. Years Party by Dagle and the WenthrJT's|n0 lnere will be a New Years ily were dinner guests i~lthe past eve party at the Grandview Rec-lternoon. Cecil's family ~ation of reational Hall December 31st.lfamily, and Mrs. Karl-iied from ~,ames, various card games, andland family in the eve~g:r~iS sa dancing will be the entertain-Band Mrs. Herb Germain'~] fa: m po ment for the evening. It will be/dren and the Loyal Sm~led from 3 potluck lunch with those attend, lily called. Loyals spent tli~arm emp ing bringing either cookies, jello,! ..... |Y Workers l~award l~renoemuhl ~ 98 rail cake or sandwmhes. . t~9. . There will be no Bl,,,~hlrd /hme from FaIrbanks, sted fro ..... Sa i~eas co~ group meeting or Camp Fire thisl~ turday afternoon. Friday, Jan. 2nd. They will all[ Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Sn~JIn. 1912. egm again January 9th. lited the Art Smoke fa1:x~_ harvest da n acres Edna Brendemuhl and children l y p.m. to celebrate tl~n j ~ lncreas spent Christmas eve with thelboys first birthday. ~n.'" ~m. in 19 Renglers. The Rengler family] There was a good tur~eres of i spent Christmas day with thelwork at the Grange H~'n'~n t~o Brendemuhls. /Saturday and we hope tO~-oniy ~e Mr. and Mrs. Les Haddenham|good turnout this week-~-Will "^ and Sharon called at the Brende-/wrk is progressing ~ | less netc muhl home Christmas day. Shar-| Airman Gerald J.rverl~bse-w~o ~ on stayed at the Brendemuhllspendmgl ' his" fourteen Cite food .~-- home till Tuesday this week with his ~arents, Mr. a~ation wh a dossnnSHRDL hhg fyaw,, i [George Aberge. He is star, ate of 2 Mr. and Mrs. Claud DezotellIDenver, Colo., and is tal~ze that sc and sons Gerald and David spent]dio and Radar. He has flJnot ..... Christmas" with" Claud's brother[weeks in this course. Lgr fe~p''yrui]t3 and f.amlly,.Mr, and Mrs. Ken-I, Sunday visitors at the~ase its neE~m~lez~el~a~: a~lnrg~" h e~were Mr. and Mrs. Ole ]~h resear( om ~Mr. and Mrs. Ossie .4al Problm Tuesday before Christmas fromlskip, Timmie, and Star,'~nues dail, the Naval Base at San Diego, Cal. Mrs Danny Aberge anal ~aent of A~ Mr. iLndal's sister, Mrs. Violet - ." ....... -~r a* "-#" f " , [ " ~ ," * " I'. dren except Leonard visited them l If crime is ever divora~ ~upnlv some time during" the day Christ- politics,,, it won't be for ~ " are'-'- "'w~ mrs: Beryl and family, Mrs. Ru-] )ort. --Sidney Brody. of " whic