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PAGE TWO THE ARI INGT()N TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, JAN. 8, 1953. I BURN HILL .... [ Laura Preston New Grandson Stella Parsons has acquired the new title of Grandma by her daughter Lois Brentnell having given birth to an 8 pound 15 ounce boy on December 30th. The new arrival has been named Da- vid Eugene. Mrs. Brentnell will be remembered as the former Lois Parsons Stella went to Ta- ~ma Monday to welcome home Lois and the baby when they arrive on Tuesday froth Madigan Hospital. Jim Brentnell, the ba- by's father, hasn't had the pleasure of seeing his son as he left on Monday, before the baby's birth on Tuesday, for Camp Kil- mer, N. J., to be sent overseas. Stella expects to be gone about a week. Saturday afternoon callers at 1he Gust Zaretzke home were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Swensen of Ever- ett. Mr. and M~s. Claude Damaske had as New Year day dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. George Pifer of Trafton and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gadbow of Everett The Gadbows are former Arlington residents. I An after-Christmas dinner was, enjoyed, on Sunday following Christmas at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chew of Gran- ite Falls. Besides their son Run- nie their guests were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lang and sons Johnny and Marvin, Mr. and Mrs Dale Steckelberg, Etta Lang of Everett and Verdun Johnson of Lake Stevens. Friday after New Years day Leila Steckelberg, Eva Chew and son Ronnie spent the afternoon visiting Dot Merritt and her boys at their home near Snohomlsh. Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Ed Almli and son Ronnie called at the Steckelberg home. ' Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Robinson entertained for N e w Year's eve, and on through the week- end, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Berg. dahl of Camano Island. Mrs. Robinson is very happy to be having hot and cold water installed in her home. Her son Sigurd Sundquist is doing the work, being helped by his broth- er Estle as much as it is pos- sible for him to help, due to his leg injury His leg, however, keeps steadily improving, he now being able to get about by The above picture was taken as the two famous people on the plane were preparing to take off for what proved to be their last flight. If you can identify the two on the plane you will be entitled to a free pass to the Olympic Theatre, provided you are among the first ten people to call 2635, making the identification. The )icture was published in the S_nohomish County Sportsman in 1935. ARLINGTON HTS. Norita Tveit, Phone 256J4 Mr. and Mrs. Harry Carlsol ~pent Friday evening at the A1 lensen home watching television. SILVANA Mrs. Irene Vognild, correspondent. Silvana PTA met in the schoo: louse Dec. 22. After a short bus- iness meeting the program was mas with his daughter, Alice Lutheran church were well at- ~herwood, in Seattle. Calling at the Vic Freyd resi- tended. Beautiful vocal music was given by Mrs. Olive Rod and Miss Ruth Mvrwang, student at Pacific Lutheran College. Also at First Lutheran church, in Lake. wood, the Christmas service pro- gram, given in the evening, of Christmas day. The attenaance dence last week was Mrs. Ida Hershberger of Bellingham. Visiting the Anton Ludvigsons of Arlington Friday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Carl- son. motored to Seattle and were din- ner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mickelsen. After spending a 34-day leave with his parents anO friends, Duane Rod, USAF., departed for his base at Camp Stone, Calif., on Sunday evening. The Pioneer Sewing Club met at the home of Mrs. W. G. Grimm on Dec. 17. After a dessert lunch December 20th and returned Jan- uary 5th. While in California she BRYANT visited a nephew, Boyd Wise, in Alice Thomsen San Francisco, her brother-in- Phone 250W3 law C. N. Wise in Santa Rosa Grange Auxiliary land her sister, Mrs. W. R. Wise The Grange Auxiliary will in Turlock. She says she had a meet at the Grange Hail I p.m. very enjoyable time. Wednesday, January 14, to get From Idaho things rolling for the New Year. There will be election of officers and other business to be taken care of. Let's see a good turnout. Wedding Next Saturday Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Howe an- nounce the marriage of their daughter Esther to James Wahl- eithner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wahleithner, at 8 p.m. Saturday evening, January 10, at the As- sembly of God Church. All friends and neighbors are invited to the wedding and the recep- tion after the wedding at. the Bry- ant Grange Hall There will be a wedding dance, so one and all Mr. and Mrs. Dell Delano and family came from Boise, Idaho, to celebrate Christmas with Mrs. Delano's folks, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Westman and family. Besides the Delanos Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Larson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Molstad and family were Christmas dinner guests at the Carl Westman home. Friday after Christmas the Delanos were called home by the death of Mr. Delano's father. Mrs. Ossie Anderson, Mrs. Georgina Millak and Mrs. George Aberg, accompanied Airman Ger- ald F. Miller to the train at Seat- tle last Friday, to return to his come dance at the wedding training base at Denver, Colo. v .... r ........ Mrs Ethel Anderson of Red lSl[ors UU lng me nonoays atl manrl" ,zi~ifarl r~icrhh~r~ in hot ..... *_ _* * .... ] o"ld-neig'h~or~ho'od~'iVIon~la'y" a'n~i Mrs AloertBOWleS ana Cflll-iTues ....wee- " r uay mlS K. dren retu ned home Monday[ For "h 1 st 12 ears "h " " t e a y t: nst- mormng a.fter spending the .tWO[mas has called for a double cele- weeks Cnnstmas vaeauon ws~t-~brati at the Llo d Ka~ -- . on y c, Kma, !rig friends and relatives at Spa-Ihome, this being the birthday of Kane. . I their youngest daughter Linda. Seaman Emil Lindal. left NeW,Guests for turkey dinner were Years Eve for his base at San lMr" and Mrs. Oscar Almli, Louis Diego. proved Stangeland, Albert Nordby, Mr. Vic Lindal is much imand Mrs. Magnus Nordby, Mr. after a recent attack of the flu. The Lindals received two let- ters Monday from their son Vic- tor, Jr., who is now between Ko- rea and Japan. The Boulder Improvement Club will meet at the George Aberg home, 8 p. m., Friday evening,: Jan. 16. Mrs. Aberg and Mrs. Brendemuhl will be hostesses. Mrs. Ethel Wise accompanied her niece and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crawford, to Califor- nia for the holidays. They left there was an exchange of Christ- mas gifts Fifteen ladies enjoyed the afternoon. and Mrs. Jack Pryor and daugh- ters Cathleen and Charleen, Mr. Thees Wackman, Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Kaekman, Jr., and Craig. Evening guests calling to wish Linda a happy birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pryor and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thorsen. .Miss Gwen Trestrail of Seattle accompanied Ann Rogne home for New Years day. Mrs. N. H. Rogne spent the week-end in Seattle with Ann. the Art Fullerton home were Mrs. Della Fuller of Seattle, her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Ferguson of Ed- monds, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lenz and Mr. and Mrs. Robert all of Seattle, who were see their mother, Mrs. Ma Hoshaw. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bren(~ and four children took -~ Haddenham to her home Edmonds last Tuesday and ed with Mrs. Les Haddenh Visitors at the Bren(~ home Sunday were Mr. a~ G. P. Rengler, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Harley She and family, Mr. and Mrs. I~ Peterson and family, ld~ evening guests were Mr. ar~ Claud Damaske. | There will be a GrangeJ ing Friday night at the 11' Hall. All Who have appli~ in please come Friday e~ without fail. The BirthdaY| will be decorated forall]Ill have birthdays in Jan] Mr. and Mrs. J. B. | and Vernon Wolford " New Year's Day dinner Art Fullerton home. Sunday dinner guests John Thomsen home and Mrs. Hans Thomsen lingham. Old friends and nei be interested to hear Mrs. Kenny Lidstrom (the l Jane Ferwerda0 have a daughter. DONALD HAACK LEAVES FOR FAR EAST Pfc Donald Haack, son and Mrs. Martin Haaek, left for the Far East Tuesday, Dec. 30th, Francmco. Donald from the Arlington High in 1950. He is serving Medical Corp. BUTLER 604 Fifth Street Phone 2963 ARLINGTON, the aid of just a cane. - M4ss Judy Ann Norman has lv~r. ,ana iv~s. fl.?nn Amunason spent an enjoyable week home matures to ~eatHe ~vlonaay to with her "arents Mr and Mrs 1o , . vimt Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ander ......... en~ ]~/[...L. ~^ .~...: ...... ;.... ,l...IJUllUSl~orman, Irom ner nurse s ........ uc, tu t.~, ~u~p~ t,~[training in Everett. Andersons had a visiting guest, Dining with Mr. and Mrs. Clar- Mike Logan of Milwaukee, Wis, ence Swanson on Sunday were who also happened to be a Pfc. Dick Swanson and Corp. friend of long standing of the Amundsons. An enjoyable eve- ning was, spent talking over old Dick Smith of Fort Lewis, Mr. "Hookey" Lund of Granite Falls, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Swan- times. Tuesday evening visitors at son and daughter Debbie of Ar. the John Amundson home were lingt0n. Mr. ale Hanson spent the New Mr. and Mrs. Max Barnett of Ev- Year's with Mr. and Mrs. Sam erett. Aivt/zof in .Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Amundson Mrs. Leona Montgomery en. and son Ricky of Lake City and joyed lunch with Mr and Mrs. Mrs. John Amundson visited Harry Carlson Sunday. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. William Tveit Kenneth Johnson_and sons at and children of Arlington and o r~n, on ~aturo.aT'. ~. .. [Miss Norita Tveit accompanied - mr. aria Mrs. rienry ~aretzKelJoe Tveit and his daughter Mar- nave rerurnea zrom Bremertonliorie t6 Bellingham, where they and have been spending the past[~ - ............. ~, ,,,,~,~ ~, ,,,,. ~,,~,~ .. ~j ..... spent ~ew lear s wl[n lvxr. aria brother " "Z ret - _ . l l1/S. IIiI/UIU l ~lt. .... , .~USt a .ZKe, ana ram-[ Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mattson ~ly.,~_ne~ .name ~s. m yeermg, land family and Mr. Roy Oberg z~. ~a~.; rrmay evenmg)ney naUlwere dinner guests at the home a ~amliy ga,tner~ng a\me.nome!of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Oberg on oz the Jr motner, mrs. Amena ~a-lsunoav retzke, near Granite Fa ls Those ,~ ~'- ....... ....... " " ,. i r~njoylng umner wl~n me at tenu.lng ,anti en].oymg alnnerlswanston family on New Year's la[er in tile evening were, oe-[Dav were Mr and Mrs John sides Mr. and Mrs. Henry Za'lPat~ch and chilctren retzke and the Gust Zaretzke Mrs Walter Best has ~ust re- family, Mr. and Mrs, Philip Wid- turneci fra~ an eniovab]e visit mayer Mrs. John Ar[ILtl]OSO~I [ ........ =L'" ..... h~l..',.... Mrs r, ana Mrs_fl~e~ara ~aretzKei Best spent one day with the Joe ana mr. ana iv.ixs. Lmya ,~muna- Stachofsky family, former resi- son ana son KICK). ~ents of Arlington tteights, who Co mm, umty Club .... are now making their home in l)on t IolgeT rne _:ommunny ' Spokane. Two weeks were also Club meeting Saturday, Jan. 10, spent by Mrs. Best with hell at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed daughter and Son-in-law, . Almli. " and Mrs. Jack Thorsen, in Pull- New Years eve Mr. and Mrs. man. Johnny Johnson and son Terry Word has just been received of were dinner guests at the home the death oI Barney Garber on ofMr.anfl Mrs.A.R. B!rd: . the tenth of Dec. Our sympathy ,,,~ ,,,~, ,,.,o ,,arry r Larlson _ _ -" .. ", _ ".'. . with Mrs. Garber who is now re. n~ao ~ewo^~ea[saay sinner at Ading with her parents in Port Angeles. Hol, id.aY ..... Mr. and Mrs. Vie Freyd visited liOll~ay Vl,Sl[ors In /~rllng[on Mrs. Ekman and other relativez were IVI]['. anu Mrs. Art Anuerson ,n ~,,t*],, *,.. e,,~,a ,, an_d son Alan of Spr~ngheld, Spending the week-end with Jre., accompanleo oy Mrs An- ""r --d *" ** " ~'- "--~- _. , ......... " zvl . an lvlrs, ivtarlan (.nrls.~a. aerson s slmer, ~virs. win. rout of were Mr and Mrs Jim Johnson Auburn, Wash. Mrs. Andorson and daughter Betty of Belling- ~telU lvlr~, your Wlll De ~emel~l- ham, and Mrs. Ida Hershberger, o rea as tiazei ana ~ne (Jus[av- who makes her home with the e~on..,_.respect~vely. They were Johnson's in Bellingham. ~:onunuing on to ~mnwooa to Mr and Mrs Henry Friddle vmit Art's sister, Mrs Jim Pryor, _ _'L ..... ..... " . .~: .... i were visitors at me name oI ~vtr. a n.u.~amlly., and Mrs. McKernam in Bryant wm~ ~nrmtmas last week Mr. and Mrs. Dale Steekelberg Mr anal Mrs Harr- Carlson and David left Christmas eve for -. id-d .... " " y" .... atten e tne tunerm o~ ~rana- Lake Wenatchee to spend Chrmt- ma" R" an in Seattle ^* whi-h as at the home of. Davids Mr. Carlson was a pallbearer granaparenm, tv~r. aria mrs. tiugn Mr and Mr~ ar,~i,~ ~,,l~n ,~ _~ltnA~m. David received a pmr Arlington and Mr. and Mrs. Mal ~e~,St~in? was sno enn,musea over Bertch of Everett were guests at - "':.--".'~. ..... '~ ~" the Art Tveit home on New come name wlm ms parents on Year's Day Saturday, so they left him to en- uro h,,~.~ u .... ~..~ .....n joy the snow and to try his new ...... v ...... z ..... v ...... Stevie Tveit soon get well from skis. Needless to say he had a wonderful time in the week be- fore his parents returned to take him home the next Sunday. It was raining over Stevens Pass with no snow on the road but plenty of water running down. it. MW Johnny Johnson and Terry were callers at the Wm. David- son home near Granite Falls on Wednesday night. All the David- son children are down with the mumps. Saturday Ed and Gladys Alm- li attended the funeral, in Ever- ett, of Gladys' great-aunt, Mrs. Johnson, who passed away at the age of 86 after a lingering illness. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Almli, Sr., were at the home of their daugh- ter, Mrs. Drivstuen, on Sunday to enjoy television. Goldie Johnson was in Marys- ville on business Friday and while there she called on Mrs. Don Yankee and also on Mrs. Deward Campbell. was good. Mr. and Mrs. Ried from Van- couver, B C., friends of the Myr- wang family, visited at the par. sonage Sunday afternoon. Miss Ruth Myrwang, who un- ~erwent tonsilectomy at the Gen- eral hospital in Everett last Sat- urday, returned home Sunday and is gradually recuperating. Mr. and Mrs. Erling Tangen, of Okanogan, and children, visited at the Myrwang home Saturday their bouts with bad colds! An enjoyable New Year's Eve was had by all who gath- ered at the hall and partook of the various entertainment there. Don't forget the "potluck sup- per" at the Community Hall the 17th of this month The Girls' 4-H Club will meet at Kay Ba- ker's Monday, Jan. 12th, at 7:30. A/3c William Tveit "surprised" his family by arriving home Monday afternoon for an extend- ed leave of thirty-two days be- fore going overseas. Welcome home and a Happy New Year, Bill! afternoon. Mr. Tangen is a dis- rant relative of Pastor Myrwang. Bruce Dahl, of Great Falls, Mont., student at P. L. C., visited at the Myrwang home over the week-end. Mrs. J. H. Myrwang entertain- ed the Silvana-Happy Valley Sewing Circle Monday after Christmas. The members ex- changed ~ifts and enjoyed sing- mg Christmas hymns and songs Miss Ilene Drivstuen return- ed to school a~t PLC after visiting over the Ctaristmas holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Iver Drivstuen. She accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Howard Elveback, who also visited at their parents l home and all'the home of Mr. EI- vehack's parents in Anaeortes. The annual meeting of the Zi. on Lutheran congregation will be held on Timrgdav evening, Jan. 15. A full attenc]ance is urged. The meeting will take place in the Social hall at 8. Pot luck re- freshments will be served. All are asked to contribute. Mrs. Hans Sander observed her birthday in a happy manner on Monday evening, when a large number of friends gathered at net home. The evening was en- joyed with cards and conversa- tion and at a late hour a deli- cious no-host lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. John Mickelsen entertained at Christmas dinner Mr. and Mrs. John Rindal and daughters, Crystal and Darlene, Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Dalseg and family and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Haynen and family, all of Con- way and Mr. and Mrs. Odvar E1- shaug and family of Lakewood. On Saturday following Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Mick, elsen were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Porter in Seattle. [ In observance of their daugh-I ter Ruth's birthday, Mr. and Mrs. I Odvar Elshaug of Lakewood en-I tertained at dinner Their guests l were Mr. and Mrs. John Mickel-] sen and Mr. and Mrs. Carsten] Larsen and family. Following theI dinner the group enjoyed a soci-] able evening until the New Year.I On New Years Day Mr. andI Mrs. John Mickelsen and Mr. and Mrs. Carsten Larsen and family Car ~llastraled abot~: Super "'~8". 4-Door Sedan, New ~imn~.Eigl~ cd~o now on display. A General Mo;orz ..,WITH A THRILLIN8 Hold fast! Hold rigid Hold the presses! Hold everything until you see the headline ear for '53I It's Oldsmobile's all-new Super "88" with an excit- ing new llne.up of "power" features! A magnificent new "Rocket" Engine ; ; , a higher-powered, higher-compression, higher-voltage "Rocket" Engine! New Pedal.Ease Power Brakes*... with a low, llght-pres~ure pedal for safer, faster, 40% easier stopM New Power Styling for brilliant new beauty[ GM Power Steering* to help you park, turn and maneuver with 80% less effort! New Power.Ride Chassis for new smoothness and roadability! Hydra-Matic Super Drive'! Frigidaire Car Conditioning*! Autronic.Eye*! l_zzxurious new interiors! New instrument pahel! Plus the widest selection of colors, inside and out, in Oldsmobile history! All in all, it's the "BIG FEATURE" car of the year . . . Super "88" Oldsmobile for 1953[ It's on display . . . ia our showroom wday! *Optional m extra cost. NEW 1953 OLDSMOBILES NOW ON DISPLAY NEW AT YOUR ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON ANI) A NEW I "ROCKET"! 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