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1 PAGE SIX THE ARLINGTON TIMES, AI LINGTON, WASHINGTON. THURSDAY, ,TAN. 8, 1953. __ [New Baby Miss Rosalea Slater :of Sea le Visit hll ham A f Mrs l qP | . r l al d| ]In Powell Home was met in Everett by her father Sylvia 2I-i~)~l~i~gs~w~lT~'~nd~"ia~m: lO0 Lat~ [~V~,Jas~y , "'~"~ ~: ~ :: There was considerable excite- and sister and brought home to'ily, Monday afternoon were Mr.:-- ..... ~, ''. Mrs.* Horace' Enyeart, "" ~ : .... Another year has passed and FU ....| {~^,,,,',^,, -i[ment at the Darrington .......... hospital] Darrin~ton~ ~ Friday, , evenin~,~,, forland, Mrs. Corsan WiTM..~.,~..... ,~,u. a WANTED,hght. housbwoi~R.Wm'a'n~f0r ~ N6R~t~t~ pl~6fie~'Je we are begimaiRg ,,a new one, ~|l~;laJ ~C||~C~ Saturday morning, Dec. ~7 whenithe week-end. She was returned two daughters Carol and Claxre calls Mrs A L Bryant 228 making three years since I first lr_ 1~ I"1 'a oaoy ooy was born to Mr. andito Everett the following Monday of McKenzie Bridge, Oregon, West" Third St., Arlington: became a correspondent for the for veneer ureen Mrs. Guy Powell of Sauk RangerI by her brother La Verne. where Mr. Williams was trans- I)arrington column in the Arling- ton Times paper. I have found the work quite interesting. I wish to thank everyone for being so cooperative and wish them the best of luck in the year 1953. Darrington Mill Employees Enjoy It_ Dinner Some eighty or more Darring- ton Mill employees and loggers were guests at a ham dinner ~erved at the Grange Hall Mon- day evening, Dec. 29. After the delicious dinner, cooked by Mrs. Ruth McDonald, assisted by Eu- nice Hamlin and served by Frances and Alice Mac White, beautiful colored slide pictures were shown by Nels Bruseth and Donald Faulkner. The end-of- the-year dinne and get-together was planned by Harry Van Ar- sam, manager of the Darrington Mill, and his wife. Mr. ~nd Mrs. Myron Winter have returned home from Port- land, Ore., where they spent New Years with Mr. and Mrs. Armand Pearson and daughter Kimberley. Mr. and Mrs. Pearson and daugh- ter are planning to move to San Francisco, Calif., in the very near future. Mrs. Pearson is the former Lois Winter. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Woods and family spent New Years Eve with friends in Everett. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Bruseth spent New Years Day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Booth and familym" Seattle. They also visited at the home of Mrs. Laura Falk. Visitors for New Years and the following week-end at the home l of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Vognild were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Bur- ton of Seattle. Dinner guests al- so for New Years Day were Mr. and Mrs. Haakon Vognild of Sil- vana. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ruskow- ski and children spent New Years Day at the home of Mrs. Elsie Olson of Redmond. Sally White, daughter of" Mr. and Mrs. Charlie White cele. brated her thirteenth birthday party, Saturday afternoon at the home of her parents. Besides the honored guest there were June Ashe, Deloris Wells, Patty Giles, Patsy Riddle, Beverley Miles,'Sherrill Afseth and Betty Sue Phillips. They enjoyed play- ing games and the refreshments. BASKETBALL The Darrington Loggers played Twin Cities here Tuesday, Dec. 30. and won by the score of 60-34. Bob Thomason was high with 26 points. There will be a game here with Oak Harbor on Friday, Jan. uary 16th. Mrs: Sam Strum spent from Wednesday until Monday of last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Larson and son John of Everett. Mrs. Strum and Mr. ~and Mrs. Larson and son were Christmas Day dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Celton of East Stanwood. Mrs. Larson is Mrs. Strom's daughter t ] FOR SALE -- inger upright ...... Funeral services were held Station. _ The . Uttle . fellow Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Slater andlfered by the Forest plane" good ~condltion." ' Mrs ....... tang on range, .nKe_ Wednesday afternoon at the~we}gnea c pounas, fie n.aa not son La Verne spent New Years]september" Mrs HollingsworthGladys' Traylor. Phone 1703 ......... cost ~zzo; goofl Stock Pentecostal church for David[Yel. been nameR at . ]1me. oI Day at the some oi lvlr. ana ~rs.I .... " . . . ~ eu zurnlture, lwarys Denver Green son of Mr andigomg to press. TnlS ~S me nrst John Gustafson and son at Al.[ana son ~aivm returner nome FIRE ALARM niture Exchange, ac Mrs. Tom Green of Darrington.[birth at the Darrington hospital derwood Manor.. Also there were_iTtresday from Sedro-Wootley: MONDAY AFTERNOON theatre He was born in Darrington, July[m several years. ~ Mr: and Mrs. re~e Jonnson .I]after a weeks visit at the home of Members of the Arlington 12, 1932 and died December 28,[ Mr. and Mrs. Wa~laf~e Hell and Seuro-woolley ana iviiss l~osalea[Mr, and Mrs. E. G. Ellison who Fire Department answered a FOR SALE--One Guerr 1952 at the age of twenty years,]family spent New Years Eve in of Seattle. While there, Mrs.]brought thtem home and remain- fire alarm Monday afternoon Jersey, one Holstein c six months and fifteen days.[Seattle at the home of Mr. and Slater, and three daughters, ted until Friday. On the evening about 3 o'clock which took them: hay; cattle buyers Rev. C. D. Andrews of Darring-[Mrs. Clark Knights and family, Violet, Lydia and Roselea calleR[of December 30th, Mrs. Frank to the Robert E. Davis home on pickup. Curt Hamm, ton and Frank Funderberk of]and remained until Saturday. Mrs, Mabel Devers and family at[Faulkner, and two sons Donald the Sunday Lake road. An over- of Cox St., Arlington. Arlington conducted the services.] Visiting at the home of Mr. Dalhart, Texas and wished them]and David, Bob Howe, Lucy heated oil heater in the living lwA.,~.~. ... .~-7--- m~e,~J--woulfl snare Mrs. Gertrude White and Mrs.[and Mrs E L. Howard and son a Happy New Year. Mrs. Inman[Green Mrs. Grace Tucker, Bob room had set Are to the wall, butl ....... irom Arnng[on [o A~ Hazel Afseth sang "Beyond the]Roscoe are Mr. and Mrs. AI. Ben- and children had left for their[Peightal, Jess Bondurante Jr. the fire had been put out before ............ the arrival of the firemen.I ~4~J~bey lslana, enos, Sunset and Farther Along, .i nett of Portland, Oregon. Sun- home fore the call was put]and Dennls Cannon ws]ted at the accompanied by Bob Andrews at]day visitors were Mr. and Mrs. through. [Hollingsworth home. They o ...... the piano. The pallbearers were]Ben Borne and three children of Visiting at the home of Mr. A.[spent the evening looking at Use Times classified ads --]DANCE at the Midway e Bud Andrews, Robert Andrews,[Samish Island. McCulioch were Mr. and Mrs.]slide pictures shown by Donald busy, effective salesmen, urday night, 8 ti112. Anthony Reece, Grover Jones,[ xr~,~,,, o~,~ ~ .... ~ ~. ~...~ Clyde Hale and son Roy of Se.[Faulkner and Bob Howe. Tea-----------~ Gus Green, all of Darrington and[Mr'''~-'~. "~l~'~r""~"~" ~'~" ~,~u attle and Mr. William H. Howe]and cake were served later. Charles McQuesten of Arlington.[v-'e'r~neon" C'h-ris'tmas'-were ~Ir" of Kirkland. Mr. and Mrs. Howe[ o FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIEN There was a very large gather-[~.a ~v~ ~,~,,~ ~,~ ..... ~a~.~" and son Bob enjoyed having the[VICTORIA HEIGHTS in " "ri 1 ................................... - . g oz z e~ as and many beautI-[Woolley Mrs Louella Inman family together for New Years[ Mr. and Mrs. Kuhnhausen Fourth and Dunham ful flowers. Burial took place inland children "of Port Townsend,.dinner" [spent New Year's Eve with the Arlington, Washington me Lmrrlngton. cemetery. _tie[Mr. and Mrs. John Gutsafson,[The baby was not expected at[Albert Hansens of East Stan- A Branch of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, SOl leaves ms parents, two orotners r were wood On Fnda event ............ [and son Johnie ofAlderwood[this time, and the pa ents [ " y "ng the in Boston, Massachuett~. Leslie anu ~a ]we sisters, l.lnaa iuhnhausens wer .. .. :, ..... [Manor and all exchanged gifts driving to Darrington in a truck] e guests of the SUNnAY SCHOOL .................................................................... n ~, ana ffzrs. ~. L. Anarews, au I[and had a very enjoyable visit.lwhen it became apparent the]Charles Nygard's of Arlington. SUNDAY SERWCE .................................................................... i[i[iln..A. ~arrlng[on aria a nest o]rei ...... "[Mrs. Inman and children arrived]time had come. The result was[ -------------o . Testimonial meeting every Wednesday at 8 p.m. Reading Room: ( anves ana ~rienas. [Christmas eve and stayed four]a race to the hospital and rush-[~RLINGTON HEIGHTS edifice----open Monday 2 to 4 p.m. aa~d Wednesday 2 to 4 and 6:4Sl Denver passed away of a can:[days, visiting friends and other[ing around to find baby clothing Sunday guests at the Roy p.m. excepting legal holidays. All are cordially invited to attend l eerous condition at the home oz[relatives. [and other necessities. ]Richardson home were Mr. and services. his parents following a two Mrs Stanle Kr ..... " ..... ] Mr. and Mrs. Jess Bondurante[ Mother and child returned to y ohn, David and C'hrlstlan Science program from The Mother Church, Boston is monms connnement l-ie trlea to Dothe Mr ....... : ..... |Sr. went to Seattle on business]their home in the ambulance a " , . and Mrs. John Chris- every Saturday 4:45 p.m. on Station KJR, Seattle. enns[ In [ne z~avy [ne nrst oz ..... a- " s ..... tian and Marilee ........ -.~4~-~.~ tI..[ IVIO'IIU y. flay or o later. , all o] ~eattle, June, 1952 but was ~jc~t~u. ~ ........ ~,~ ~an]~ed~.YaitnhewA:$Yr:i~]cYt'e~'l@OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOO0 O ~OOOOO0 ' g J August 13th he was checked by a doctor and was told that his con- dition was really serious. He was employed at the Three Riv- ers Mill and October 1st he be- came very ill while at work. He was taken to the hospital and later home. NEW SON Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bennett are the proud parents of a new son who arrived at the General hospital in Everett on Monday, December 19th at 8:18 a. m. He weighed 6 lbs. 15 ozs. and has been named Micheal Lawrence. He joins a brother David, who was three years old November 24th. His maternal grandmother is Mrs. Audrey Crawford of Ev-i erett and the paternal grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. H. E Bennett of Darrington. Rethrn From California Mr. and Mrs. Carl Curry and two daughters Karen ana Mary returned home Sunday after spending Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Norman and two child- ren and New Years with Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Peterson and son, all of Los Angeles. Mrs. Norman is Mrs. Curry's sister" and Mr. and Mrs. Peterson are her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bates spent Tuesday visiting Mrs.~ Bate'~ cousin, Mrs. Ella Gray of Clear Lake who was ill. Rev. and Mrs. Charlie Brown spent Christmas in Seattle bring- ing their grandson, Larry Blake- more home with them for a Visit. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Blakemore of Port Orchard came after him Sunday and spent the day visiting with Rev. and Mrs. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Woodward and Mr. and Mrs.' Walter Bates O "HORMEL" SKINLESS LB. MANNING'S O HORMEL ENDS & PIECES OF CARSTEN'S FANCY CELLO PICNICS TASTY ..... LINK SA USAGE -Oz. BISKIT MIX Fisher's 40 p,g.43c SKIM MILK Juns Rose 2Lb. 69c 1-Lb. Makes 5 qtsl Pkg. stt ; _ . 19.,. ,, vv right sizeEach -Oz. HOMINYGRITS Albers 20 p g.19c Eat a better ~eakfast and you'll feel better all' day long. Yes-,-~akfast is the meal that starts the day off right for your family. So serve a "He-Man" breakfast every morning. Wake up appetites with plenty of those cheery "good ,morning" foods that stick to the ribs and supply energy ~or the day's work or play. It's easy l It's economicall We've all the de- liciously nutritious foods for 365 ways to better breakfasts and our low, low prices mean 365 days to save. Reg. 16c Pkgs. 1---24c Corn Fetti 7c Grapefruit Both Flake for were party guests at the home of and Mr. Celton is her nephew. Mr and Mrs. W.T. Ehmke of P.T. ,/~. JAN. 14 Lake Stevens on Tuesday night. ~ -Oz. -- Carnation -Oz. l)ont forget Parent' Teachers _. - f the Darrin-ton ~ CREAM OF WHEAT ............. ~ 28 pkg. 32c , Brand Pkg, Association meeting January Oendin the Arian- I ........ 14th. This will be a social meet- Lzons.uiuoatt_ .. ~ .. r E~el; Park Lane /.~.LI~I~Q'--" in~ [on L1ons t:lUD r~e xeas I CHICKEN Whole Roasted ...................... "JCan .Lov*., : " ! "" arty were Mr and Mrs. Bob [ [ 0Z d ' The Well Baby Chnlc will be p "" ': -Irs Jim Reece I T " No. Thursday, January 15th Jones, Bates Mr'10MATOES Sonn Boy ................ 2 c=s 39c Visiting from New Years Eve~vlr', aria ~v~s. lW~ odward ,Mr.[ Y WholeWheat | until Sunday at the home of Dr. anna ~lrs'r~aui %es Mr' and]HOT SAUCE Hunts" ..... Can #~,~Tt~ and Mrs. N. C. Riddle and family ~"~' "P;~" :'~" " --' - -- I Cereal I J -Pl~-~" A 1 was Mr. Dean' Thompson. Doctor~"" 1vlrs. LIoyu ,.arsen, ~vlr. ana Mrs i "" ~m~p This Wepk's Jackpot' and Mrs. Rid.le took their, Ed. Hu~(ter, SMr~, Mra 1~n2 HM;~ eye __.______ daughter Bette and Mr. Thomp- .~ ~ "" ......... m sn.. *,~ ~v,~r~,t :,,,,~,, , t.~.~ ~uwaras, lvtr. anti ivlrs. ~Juy ~u - .................. a .......... Mrs A1 N'-strom they took the bus to the Central mon, ivtr, an.a . ...y Washington College of Edu-aria t~r. ana lvlrs. 2om l~oan. OATS Winner: cation at Ellensburg where they A group of the l~ap[ist ~oung both are attending school People went to Bellingham Sun- BOb and Joe Ensley sons of day afternoon to attend the Bel- Albers Q.;c Carl Williamson Mr. and Mrs. Hal Ensley spent Boy Baptist Youth or Regular " Route 2, Box 315 the week-end at Friday Harbor, lxally. rabbit hunting with Mr. Cedric Nels Linquist, employee of the Arlington, Wash. Lewis. . . Forest Service entered the Dar- ~.Lb. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Anderson rington hospital Sunday for ~Sk. ........ ~'lc and two sons spent the week.end treatment for the flu. At this re-. Lux or Lifebuoy . "~ OrchardVisiting withand rdlatives at Port port he is rapidly improving. ~ Gig.Harbor. Mr and Mrs Harry Gladsjo Toilet -ooav O~D Bars Mr. and Mrs. Matt Lein and and four sons spent Sunday driv- daughter Gladys spent Sunday ing around through Concrete, ~ LUX or at the home of their son and Sedro-Woolley and Arlington. Rinso Largepkg. 29t family at Sedro-Woolley. Whilein Sedro.Woolley they ~y Rev Jim EnIeh and wife of v r Northern State ... ' " " dro eth ough the FOUREX Deter. Large ". 01, ~:arnation will be guests at the hospital grounds. ~Ul'I gent ..... Pkg. O1' Calvary Pentecostal Church ori Mr and Mrs Alvin Jones and Week's Whole Craln Spry Sunday, January 11th. Reverend -au-hters "~nt Sunda'" drivin- Cereal---Contains ~l .Lb. Enieh will preach both morning (1 g ~, ~l~c~ - - - Shorteng 3 Can and evening services t arouna ~ryan[ anu Jim ureeg. Wheat, Brown Rice, Rev. and-Mrs. O. I). Andrews[ Christmas visitors at the home Oats and Flax Doubles the life of nylons took their son Bob to Portland[of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Greenleaf l~l (~lylas" Packa-eg on Wednesday from where Bob and family were Mr. and Mrs. -Oz. " look thebustoBrookin~,s Ore to] Ad- James f Everett and Mr. and 28 Pkg. 28 visit Raymond Westeren, .... son of Mrs.. John Butterfield and two ~e~, a a~aL-a .r'L- :Mr. and Mrs. Reidar Westeren cmldren of Seattle. Mr. and K/-lvlOrll~ formerly of Darrington. After his Mrs. Butterfield and family stay- vivit at Brookings he returned to ed over the week-end. Young Californias Mr. and Mrs. Charlton Hayter and family spent the week-end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Sherwood and family at Belling- ham. Mr. and Mrs. Ferman Henson and family were Sunday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Runyan and family. After dinner the two couples played pinochle. Visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hilton Sr. from Friday until Sunday was their daughter Mrs. Orpha Chase of Seattle. On Sunday, some friends, Mr. and Mrs. Les Penn- ington and family, drove up to get Mrs. Chase and take her home. Mr. and Mrs. Elon Holm and children spent New Years Day at the home of Mr. and Mrs, L. B. Knights of Use. Sufiday after- noon visitors at the home of Mr.i and Mrs. Holm were Mr. and i Mrs. Chester Gregory of Arling- Lb. Can o DOG FOOD 2Large 15C Bunches TOMATOES Californias Carton 19c GRAPEFRUIT Texas Pink Each 10c US. NO. 2 GEMS POTATOES 0Lb- Sk. TASTY TENDER CARROTS . Lbs. PEACHES A DELICIOUS WINTER TREAT O Prices effective at Arlington and Everett on Jcm. 9 and 10, 1953.--gvery item uHeOHditionally BROCCOLI guaranteed. No sale to dealers. We reserve the right to limit, Bunch college at Ellensburg. Rev. ant Mrs. Andrews visited friends in Portland before returning home. The S. E. Gideons will be at the Calvary Pentecostal, Baptist and the Methodist churches on Sunday, January 11th. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Wells and daughters spent New Years Eve and Day at the home of Mr and Mrs. Lesiie Ness and family in Seattle. They also visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Ness and family in Seattle. They ~also visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eric Stangland in Sedro-Woolley on Sunday. Visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wilson is Mrs. Gene Wilson and children. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Doan and ~on were New Years Day guests at the home of Mrs. Jeanette Bungard of Marysvilie. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bates r~",e ~?r. ,~nd Mrs. Farris Bates .~::~: :'. :_:L':" c liait.':rr,.:a ~ qr. #