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THE ARLINGTON TIMES. ARLINGTON. WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, JAN. 8, 195 3. PAGE FIVIg Fmmily Reunion The New Year was welcomed of Spokane. [T,,|,A ]& ~] .... SPEND CHRISTMAS Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Groth en- at the C. J Jacobson home by Christmas was celebrated atl ICtlMtC it ~iuw IN MOWI'ANA tertained a reunion of Mrs ,everal of Patty s friends as well the home of Mr. J. A. Gray andlg'l_ I .... .! {~ ..... Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Husby re- Groths family at dinner Christ- as the family. Mr. Dunn made Miss Crete Gray by a familyly~ l~ dllU a,lilUlW lturned on Dec. 29th from a short mas Day. Their guests were her the traditional oyster stew after party, including Misses Jose-I Take it slow on ice and stay in Billings, Mont., where Anr, e Meugniot parents, Mr. and Mrs. Iver Iver. midnight I~hine and Dorothy Gray, Dr. and snowY' I they ,4isited Mr. and Mrs. Must- Phone 152J1 ran, her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Members of the Library Board Mrs. L. S. Batdorf, and Mr. and] Chief James A. Pryde of the afa Aydinoglu (Helen Husby) Mrs Ben Hanon of Bellingham ~)reuent at the Monday afternoon Mrs. Hal Fritz. Washington State Patrol used and son, Kurt Turhan. Mr. Aydin- and" their children and their meeting were Mrs. L. C. Palmer, Guests at the Jack Cooley homelthat slogan to:baY to emphasize]egmlpiPhoD.tG:OsPhYbSiCs~liSoii~ ~: ............ at the '-ome .amilies: Mr. and Mrs. H. Han- Mrs Edna Verd Mrs Dewey are Mrs. Cooleys parents, Mr.tthat there, is lutely o -, - ~ - in Arlington over tnelary ~tn Tim a party P. son of Seattle; Mr and Mrs. Er- n,,nnin= Mrs Jose,~h ~' Math- and Mrs C M. Osborn of Elklcuse for not slowing down underland has recently been trans- were Dr and Mrs. Johniof his parents, Mr and Mrs. t~en lin,, Hanson Wade and Robert of ~.':~ ~' ,~ (:'~.,~,.i~~" ~a~ T41ra,-n Falls Ka'ns "The Coolers and the winter driving conditions ferred from Calgary, Alberta, to of Los Angeles, Cahf.,[.Osborn. Ten boys and girls of Edmonds; Mrs. Nick Burckland Foster and Mrs D G Taylor Osborns spent Sunday in Seattle[ "Common sense alone should!Billings. Thenew ml develop: ~nt the time with Mrs:~i[-I ~inaergarten age .enjoy,eL games,: of Cordova, Alaska; and Miss El- w-t',.hin~, the N,~w Y~ar in with with another daughter, Mrs. Don-[ tell drivers the obvious truth[merits ~n_[ne wul~ston ~asin.or other Mrs Mac t'autzKe.l[avors anome party a[ tour len Hanson Mr and Mrs Keith --"'~: -;~" -- ~ ~ .- -"~ .... ders !that snow and ice make it hard-I~orm t)aKma ano ~vmntana give ' " w re ' " ." Mr ano lvlrs wayne t~rom werea'u ~""" - ,, " Lin purpose of the visit,! o'clock. Those attending e R~,P r~,~,~ ~,~,~ r~,~hrle and " . -- " - - ............. [er for a car to ston he said [mlmen hope that they are about - - " a Hammer ........~" ............ ' Mr ano ~vlrs JaCK tsom oz t=am- lvlrs. Larry ~wunlzza anu ,wry. " *" " to ta the reatest " ~', was to make. the ac-[L~.nda ~Marsh,,~J~y ........ ' Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hansonand ano Island " ,Sackstedder attended the tea for[ But plato,hard facts basedl,... **`P ..... g ....:_ oll..reserve, nee at ~vlrs bltKlnS newiLnane us,orn, t_.ewgmc~cu~, Ti,-om~r~/l of Bollin~ham " ~ ....... -. -, ....... +Ion scientiIic studies make lr,.,n tn~ m,.t. ~***=~.~au ~:ouu,tex,[ n all ........ ~' .... o 1 Br lin , n slcal eflucat/on aiuHiJlu~ at tu~,hter the daughter of lDonny Leach, Nancy Ra d , , , , Mrs. Bery uff of Bel gham pt y ........... I ov,~- olearer that winter drivers[and so Mr. Aydmoglu ~s a very l~rs Jack Barney land David Holmes of Marysville .., ..... ,o, ..... , r~. o,~a ~o spent Tuesday through Friday allne university lwonuay, ~ec. z~q~ us,'t use extra caution" [busy man enjoying Christmas din-I . " Huhda~ ,,~,~,,r~ v, ,~,. ,~-u .,..o. iTney saw many iormer class- ,,, . . . Marvin Yostfient a gift but WaSs ~"~'o ........ ~ .... h ....... d ,amib' - were Dr. last. .weekwith.herdaughtervn a and ,,,,,~,..~, .... .............. ,t t,~oh,~r~, ..n..a d en~o,i ved[ Pryde. . referred to the winter/ .Mntana. endured a Cahforma ae Lllloren home, on R. 2[ unaom m attend, tmnme wa ~a~,, ....,m~ ~ar ,rid Mr.~ tamny, tne n ro ,.oros. [~,~ ...... ~,,,~ ,~ ...... ~,~ [droving study made by the Na-[wmter during the stay of Inga nid LNloren, from Port/also happy to have as guests ms ~?~:.;'-;'~_f:-~"~ ~'~" ~ster and The New Year's Eve Assembly l~"~."~" ..... .~ ...... ~'"z- . .. /tional Safety Council's Commit-land Joe, bright sunshine every !; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Run-!grandmother, Mrs. Matt Wal- ~am~l?~Zr, '*and-'~Ir: " Arthur at the Lutheran Church was well! ~nristrnas.~inner guests O[l~err[ tee on Winter Driving Hazards. [day with temperatures ranging tr.. and Mrs. Denzell Lil-~litner_ms Kindergarten teacher, Lindber= and son all of Olvm. attended. Joanne Knutson and[an ~vzrs. L. ~. r aimer were [ [ "When you ar e driving on[ from 32 deg. daytime to 13 deg. md family, Mr. Pearson[Miss t:armyn Let:oq, ano ms . m,_~. c- - b'hristmas Eve Phyllis Lien led in the devotion-l~augn~ter. an~ [aml~y, .zv,.r. "anU[glare ice," he said, "you have tolat night. Very little snow and _ ~te. Maise. Enid remained!aunt, Mrs..Jess Holmes. Other P~naci t~ee~in~i~ee sleft New Year dis, which were followed by allY.~rs., t:ari won, and mmr twO[reduce your speed to 15 miles ithat only between Butte and LiT- until the following Satur-[callers during tne day were ~v~rs. ~,, Th,~ ~hn~t,,,~ nr T4~hn'~ religious movie "A Wonderful[cn~mren- _ . . .. ~lper hour to equal your stoppinglingston cattle (mostly white- [Frank Marsh, Mr. Matt Wallit- ~-d"~..-;~-7~~ ~"~'~.','Z'~:.-Z~7, Life." The Lutheran Guild had a[ ~un~ay.oinner guests m ~wr.[ability on dry, concrete at 501face) grazing the whitened and Mr~ ~,~il Schmidt ner Mr Murel Osborn and Mr. pa(~,,t~ uu~,, ~cat~=.-~?~ ~.~ h.,,~ fn~ th.~,~ nresent ~an~ ~wrs ~ert vzills were Mr. ano ~.n ..... h .... stnhh]o ~nd fod from th~ ~t,,ole .t ............ - to [ne name o[ vlr. ano ~v~rs. ~l ..... ". ...............," ' Mrs Lars Amundsen of Burli - "",:~ Y~: ....... - ...................... ........ x. and,Mrs. Frank Schmldt and Mrs. Harold Bolbe and.~ Mr. ,~,~ ~,~,~ ~,. ~in,~ i Mr~ serving refreshments. The Watch _ . ......... ~n.g ] This is true regardless of thelmght pervaded the terrain. te Plaine, Minn., called onI and Mrs. Stan Mitchell oz ~ver- i~re~d Ha~hn"s "[;r:-*h~r~ ..... Night Service commenced at! ton. ton ,~ew xear s ~ay me ~nus[ kinds of tires you use," Pryde] They left Seattle on Monday, el Sass family last Satur-]ett. " ~" ..... "~ : _ o. 11:15. . [naq a long .instance can z rOm[said. "Furthermore, even witMDec. 22nd, on the North Coast me Sc are tourm ~penmng tne week end dater meir son in law aria uaugnte hmidts " g[ Mrs. Keith Sarkisian gavea ........ "' Mrs W Among the servicemen homel_~ -2'." "" "" " es who live!the help that reinforced type!Limited and the diesel--electric ~eiflc C cnrlstmas wltn Mr ano In the ,.t ann ivlrs ~ ~: Jon _ ' oast [party Tuesday morning, Dec. 30 ...... " "" B'ulle Class Earl (Max) Rank , _ [" " .... "~" " "~la ' [tire chains give, speeds must be!powered engines made the lout. r Lnnger were Mr wm n 2nd in ~[ t-e[ersourg r William Cumbow. the for- Ion the occasion of the fifth birth- . ..... _ - . .. for Christmas was Airma ' " cut in half to equal stopping dis- ney speedy and pleasant. Reser- ~Iiss Glenna Balclwin of day of her daughter Stephanie. ano twin oaugmers and t:pt. or-son of Mrs. A1 Veilleux. He is Mr. and Mrs. Larry MunizzaJtances on dry concrete." I vations were m~de through the nd, Ore., visited during the!Those present included Mrs. rm rarrot o z ft. Lewis. . . [stationed at Travis Field, Calif., [ spent Christmas Eve in Puyallup[ A similar situation prevails!local N. P. Agent, Mr. Womaek, ys With her mother, Mrs IJohn Danubio and bend, Mrs. Malinoa van rmrn ano neriwhere he does Ground Comrol Tim ~vzr. ~vmnizzas parents, Mr-lwhen you a-e drivinu on hard-labour Dec 1st Baldwin, and William's[Millard Lord and Susan, Mrs. mother, Mrs. Paul Vannorn, were!Approach work. He had two[and Mrs. A. T. Munizza: T hey[packed~snow:" o I " " o r, Mrs. Maude Cumbow !Beryl Bruff, Mrs. Frank Hunter much disappointed when Mann- weeks at home and left Monday. left Christmas morning ior Tort! Chief Pryde pointed out that on~ In Arlington - Phone 1344 :net relatives and friends [and Cathy, Mrs. Roy Larsen and da broke out with chicken pox ~l~a hare on furlough is Pfc Ludlow, wnere they spent sever-/hard-~acked snow s~eeds must~ KILLOUGH CLEANERS . . . .............. o , | ~ ~ . Place will be occupied byIMarcm, Ardls Ann Alien, D0nme the day before her seventh birth-I Gilbert Emory, USMC, the sonlal days with Mrs: Mumzza s De held to about 30 miles perj for . " " ar of the Keshn s while Mmm Kathy Taylo,, and Seph day r~er nrstblrmuay p ty He zamuy, tne w ~ t'orters hour to e ual the st in abH Hat ~ " g " ~ " ',. .' " ". . , of Mr and Mrs J B Emory. I , q opp" g "-[ Blockin~ and Cleaning ,e on a trip to South Amer-lanie's brother NicKy. nad been planned for last Wues-arrive~i home Dec~ 30 and is tol. Mrs_ Samuel Nebel~s mother, ity on dry concrete at 50 milesl[~ ~ey expect to return to Ar-] , , , day afternoon, but all the dr- report back to San Diego Jan. 19.[lvirs. ~. T. r~art, o~ ulymp~p,,m per hour. . . .. ][ ~l~l ~ I~lllr'! rill | t the first week in April. 1,,,,,,,, ~howo- rangemen[~ naq to oe caneap~t.[He is a member of the Guard[spenmng several days wztn me "On this same oasis," he sala, ii/~[~IJLU ,~ l/~'//IM[][ I ~ylvia Cartwright whol'~,'~,'-_" .... 7"_*_ .... : ...... ~. ...... Better roCK next year, ~vlannoa. i Com,mnv,attached to the base[~ems- "speeds with chains should bell .......... I Mrs. Phillis Crusemarck[ot~v~r~a~*,*sUt~oweJr*]asWta~'uens~au Mrs. Grace Henning and chlld-ltheree. " t ----'---'7"-'0- reduced to about 35 miles per][ APa~INGTON, WASH. [ e,n guests for the.past sev-I ni,,ht at ~the home of Mr. an{1 ren Eric and aandi were visitors The Degree of Honor will have~ In Arlington - Phone 1344 hour. ][ Authorlzed Dealer [ orS of M!ss Julia Cruse-IMp"s j Boyd Ellis Mrs Da'~a in Arlington Saturday.. Mrs. a business meeting Thursday[ KILLOUGH CLEANERS . _ o. .... .. _ _ [| Z.T,,.~.;la-~... ~xr..a-..1...,.. | [nis place received al ,,r.::...: ..~a, .... 7,... ,.=~ ..... Henning is teaching art at l~al- ..,_,., ,~.. ~ ~ t,..~ ^~O U W I mr use Times classiIleo dOS -- |[ l/~tlllllUOll ial, tA~llt:~b | Tuesday telling of the!others present were Mesdames lard in Seattle. nail at 8:15 [ EXPERT CLEANING busy, effective salesmen. |L | ~lilllness of .her ,brother at! Grace Gunderson, Clarence Han- Miss C0~inne Peck, who work- The Pre-School Association,will! ~ne left ~y tram tne , , da .......... [sen, Frank Donnell, H Dunn, A1- ed in Anchorage Alaska, for two meet in Mrs. Barters room in the~ x mr !nat mty Mrs " ' the States ~ar ....... 7 _ "!bert Lamp, Joseph P. Mathews years and returned to I Roosevelt School Tuesday eve-[ 'wC~ wm ~eave TnursaaylJack Hagen, E. M. Skillingstad, m July, is now employed by the ning, Jan. 13, at 8. Two of tne[ ,~e~ tar t~mcago, wnere iEmma Hinman, Mose Waterman, Union Oil Co. in Seattle. She t~rst grade teachers will speak on] toe lames resme. [Floyd Sill, Waylan Starr, L. S. works in the I. B. M. office, the value of kindergarten, con.[ nni~y. tBatdorf Chet "Fhomnson Arthur Gathered for a family party at trastin~, their unils who have at. 't~ttherlng. , , [Thompson, Robert'- Mansfield, the Leo McCullough home tendedkindePga~rten with thoseI ':nines R.. Plersonnaa.aS[and Mrs. D. Gainer and Mrs. Ray Christmas Eve were Miss Peck, wno had not. An eighth grade t a ~nrlstmas ~ve ~ar'lLund of Warm Beach. Winning Mr. and Mrs. Don Lewis, Dicky quartet will entertain anu re-[ ,. red_Burns oz,]prizes were Mrs. Batdorf and and bonny of Lake Ki; and Mr. treshments will be served. [ pana Mrs..ularence l-ng:!Mrs. Hagen. Those who were un- and Mrs. Bruce Miller, Dawn, About 65 couples enjoyed al , o~lana, ure., zar. and:able to come but sent gifts were Pat, Joan and Danny, of Flor- ~aln evenin~ at toe Lmns Clubl t'ierson of Fa~roanKs, o -- o . ,~ ............ Mesdames Burke Heaton, C. E. ence. New Years party given m the[ nr and Mrs waller 1-11~ C ad 1 5 . o _" _ .." ,zage T. I. LaTe, Bob Leach Mrs. Mc ullough m e 3 ~ (3 II w ha/1 Tho 1-|urn En.[ L ............................. ake Stevens ano Mr ~,~- ,~.:: ...... :{ Fred Morris and Hal Fritz wreaths this year They are e~mhla nrnvidod mneio for `1nno [ Hazel. For Christmas Mrs. Ellis' lovely Christmm, sold for the benefit of the Meth- ind. Sandwiches and coffee were all went to Mr. James tree _and other uecorations pro- odist church, serveo after the l~ew xear naaI Pierson's at "Pioneer vided a festive air. We used Mr. and Mrs. Victor Wrobliski been ushered in. A number of[~ the homestead of Walter Mrs. Pete RoLl's lullaby tree, have had a busy and enjoyable Darrington Lions and their la-" Hlggins ,{Mr. Higgins around which the gifts were holiday season. They. had dies were present, as well as tim rs. Pierson s father and placed. Each guest wrote a word Christmas dinner in Mt. Vernon Gerald Hawleys from Belling- ndf~ther of these young of advice or greeting to be read:with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence John- ham and the Heidenreichs from Who gathered for this first as her gift was opened. The two son, Mr. Wrobliski's sister and Seattle. On the committee for the -- reunion in several years.) games played were making baby . . . garmems at crepe paper and ~aent making up names from the let- followi~ g announcement ters in Mary Ellis. After the ~d in thp~vor~tt H~rald many attractive and useful pres- 1-'"";~= ,~--~',,':7,~-,~-~,~-~,- ents had been opened, the guests u .. ,~._^, ... ~a ..... a partook of refreshments served l ~boen of Arlington has ibuttet stym. Tne cake was iced] ,nnouno~d by Mrs J E Iand decorated-like a bassinet, I r of-i verett Mr" I orsilwith,the picture of a sleeping' the son of "Mr and Mrs [ baby s head on the pink "pillow." .... ~ ~ k,a ~,~o,,~," Mrs. Warren also had folded and "n .................. the Arlington l-ngn"cut the pink and blue paper napkins so that they looked ex- Pro'ties Taylor celebrated her with a party afternoon, December guests -were Marjorie Ann Taft, Margaret Johnson, Joyce :la Hendry and Steph- She served and cake, and all enjoye, Leach had a lunch- lrthday party Monday Bobby's third bi.rth- present were Mrs. .on and Denny, Mrs. . ~ and Ricky, Mrs. Wheeler and Jody, Mrs. mikeberg and Carol Jo, nces Nebel, Mrs. E. C. 1 Danny Leach. :arshlain, the son of Mr. Ed. Marshlain, ecru- seventh birthday De- with an evening party. guests were Flax and ~tacchi, Larry Marsh: y and Cookie Walker, 'd Funk: His grand- i great-uncle, Mr. and Marshlain and Mr. also were present to occasion They had re- of cake, jello and ice Christmas Carols games. mie Osborn cele- sixth birthday__Janu: hotly like little sacques. Every- one seemed glad of the oppor- tunity to visit with the guest of honor, who has been with her husband in Oregon all fall. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis took her to Seattle Wednesday, where she visited with her daughter, Mrs.' Herb Wordle ,and .family, until Saturday. She is how in Spring- fie,'d, Oregon, with Clifford. * $ * Christmas dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hafner were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gresrud (Betty Hafner) of Everett, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hafner and Leroy, Mr. and Mrs. Rudie Thomsen and son and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Martz and family. " Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dunn spent the week-end between Christmas and New Year's in ~e. ~ttle with their son Maurice and his family. A house guest at the Bruce Richardson home has been Mrs. Myrtle Richardson's sister, Mrs. Minnie Mootz of Minneapolis Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bluemke went to Seattle a week ago Sun- day, and had dinner with their nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. !Ienry DeGanton. Mr. Bluemke then entered the Veterans' hos- pital, where he underwent minor surgery the following day. He is getting along nicely family. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Brown and children, Royal, Leo- [a and Dennis, of Eugene, Ore., were here Monday through Fri- day of last week. Sunday guests of the Wrobliskis were Mr. and: Mrs. Ed. Abts of Mr. Vernon. Gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Teague for dinner Christmas Eve were the Lowell Beaths and the Harry ~(osts. Later they joined forces with the remainder of the fam- ily at the Paul Wangsmo resi- dence. There they met Mr. and Mrs. Harold Carlson and Mrs. Amanda Carlson and Mr. and Mrs. Don Honeycutt. Also pres- ent. were Sonja Wangsmo and Shirley Jacobs. Paul Wangsmo, Jr. was home from P. L. C. for the holidays. Overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Terjeson Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. Royce Coan and two children, of Wiilamina, Oregon Mr. Coan is Mrs. Terj- eson's brothe. The D. G. Taylors have new tenants in their upstairs apart- ment, Mr. and Mrs. Hjalmer Stormo and Mrs. Stormo's mottmr, Mrs. White The Stormos were married Saturday in Reno and are expected home Wednesday. Mrs. Stormo is the former Mrs. Marian Griffith of Seattle. Her husband is employ- ed in E,erett, Mr. and Mrs. H: E. Wahl and family are now occupying one of the McCulloughs' new apart- ments on Gilman Street. Other occupants in the apartments areI Mr. and Mrs. N. Kennedy and l Mrs. York and daughter. Mr.I ~5ork, who has been at the Fish' Hatchery, has been transferred affair were Dean Field, Ernest Ludwick, Webb Moorman, Mil- lard Lord, and Charles Erickson. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Saylor and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hill entertained a number of friends at open house in the Saylors'i apartment New Year's afternoon.I At a party given fbr theirI friends who were home from/ school for the holidays, Mr. andl Mrs. Hal Fritz entertained the Misses Shirley Knopp, Freddal Lamp, Dolores RoLl, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Monteith, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Greathouse, a n d the Messrs. Erling Espedahl, Dale Traylor, Jack Allen, and Duane Rod. Miss Margie Thompson was honored at a birthday dinner ~unuay at the home of Mr. arLu Mrs. Lowell Beath. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Thomp- son and Carolyn, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wangsmo and Sonja, Shir- ley Jacobs, Mr. and Mrs. Cnet Tnompson, Randy, .Dennis, and ~,~enaee, and Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Greathouse and Earl. Miss Thompson was pleasantly surpriseO Monody night by at group of friends dropping in to wmla her a happy birmday. ThoseI present were Mesdames Bill[ Greathouse, Tony Bjorn, Jack! ~arney, Harry Yost, Art Roehon,[ Art Thompson, Lowell Beath, and Carolyn Thompson. Sending l gl~ts but unable tO be presenti were Mrs. Mickey Ryan, Mrs. I Pllliip Bjorn, Mrs. LaverneI Teague, and Mrs. Paul Wands- mo. Mrs. Sam Kraetz spent Christ. mas in Vancot/ver, B.C., with her father. to Spokane, Spending several ,lays of the Mr. and Mrs. John Trade spent holiday season with M~. andi a week of the holidays in Buhl, Mrs. Edwin Sandvig were Mrs.! Idaho, with their daughter, Mrs.~Sandvig's sister and brother-in- Lee Matthews and family }law, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Koester Accordion . :SPecializing in beginners and advanced students. It s FUN and QUICK and REASoNABLE--and POPULAR. Learn to ]ay the accordion today. Special trial courses [or youngsters and adults. 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