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PAGE EIGHT THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARI INGTON, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, JAN. 8, 1953. • I ... I • ~,&,kg,,~ IT,,, @ ICarl Lang and boys, and Mr. and[ got stuck• She then had to walkl Visiting at the home of Mr. and Harbor. They left Monday for Mr. and Mrs. Haakon Vognild of, ]~,,,,~]| MS I'~,,A ~tU.Lltllgli~ Up [Mrs. Date Steckelberg and David[clear back to Amundsons to en-[Mrs. J. E. Faucett from Wednes- San Diego, Calif., where they f Silvana. [L%~llllttll! IlL U~U ~ ...... -~_~] .... Jenjoyed a delayed Christmasllist Leandor to help her get out.[day until Monday were Mrs. Ger- plan to visit Alvin, who is inl Week-end guests of last week I ~ 70 |--,, ;-- 10 qJI! q~,OI[IC~UlIUCII~C idinner and get.together on Sun- ] Leandor says it wasn't hard toI aldine Palmer and daughter Jane Naval training. . I at the home ~'f Mr and Mrs. Hen- I OO./g l|l~. |ll ILO r~,,,~ t,~ tho ,~.~lv n,,h]i,~tian!day at the Charles Chews oflpush but he sure got muddy, of Longview and Mr. Gordon Mr and Mrs Llovd Rankin rv Vognild were•Mr and Mrs According to records ~t~"~,,~,,,:~'"To~,,"'"l ~"~ the Granite Fails• The delay allowed[ Well anyway she knows just Zerkle of Portland Saturday and :,~,~,t" c~ittm.¢'r~v ~* ~,~ t,,,~o ~1 ¢'.~,,~,~ ...... f "r~ .... Dan" Fred Jenner the rainh items of several correspondents Ett~t t.o get away from her workIwhat it will do. !Sunday visitors were Mr. and o~ rM. and Mrs. Alex Veilleux of Gunderson of Arlington and Gilt Oso district for the y arrived in The Times office too an~ time zor the ~[ecKemergs toI Mr. and Mrs• John Luthi andl~]rs..Lawrence uore anti two Arlington. I Gunderson Jr., of Warren Air- amounted to 53.79 incl~ l~to f~r nHhlio~qti~n .qn that thel return ~rom Wenatcnee wnerelchildren visited Mrs Luthi,siuaugnters o[ ~eatue. ~ney an Mr and Mrs Harold Reade base Cheyenne. Wyo who will [was also 195 inches snc ~r~l"ca~n"~)e~c-om~'leto. a'n-d ;h~ltheyspent Chr~tmas with Mr.lbrother and family, 1V[r• andlenj~oyed Christmas. dinner on and family visited from Wednes- soon'be le'aving for" duty in Ear-llocality. This, states Mr: doings of the home folk in the anu ~v~rs. nugn rutnam. [Mrs. Frank Fry, in Seattle Christ. t~a[uraay, a~ wmcn mr. ano ~wrs. day until Sunday night at the ope. Saturday visitors were Mr. lcompares with 77.04.inc! various communities properly Mr. and Mrs. Bob Slayton en-Imas oay. [Jack ~auce~t ano zamny were home of Mr and Mrs. K. B. Din- and Mrs. Gil Gunderson, Sr., and and 76 incnes snow m ~: recorded, we,, publish- herewith tertained M~ and Mrs. Charles Mrs. Mac Roberts of Seattle also present, cov and family of Redmond• Mr. Gene Walker of Bellevue• adds that the snow wa: these items too late forlast Barnier and ~ons Greg and GaryIwas a guest of the John Luthis Mr and Mrs Elon Holm and Sunday night and Monday vis-~Sunday visitors were Mr. and ured daily, and there ne week"- Christmas Eve. They unwrapped Saturday children spent Christmas Eve at itors at the home of Mr and Mrs Mrs. Bob Gunderson of Tacoma• [more than 26 inches oft • ~ their gifts and then drove out to/ Mr and Mrs Oscar Souther Ithe home of Mrs. Marie Holm at Harold Reade and family were L Mr Lawrence West (Brick) was snow here at any time• FOI~I'SON ivisit Mrs. Slayton's parents, Mr.[,~j o.~'.,.t~,.~.~ ~r, ~,~n ~rr~'~Arlington. On Christmas Day thelMr. Rugee Anderson and son[operated on Friday and had at Rainfall for each m~ By Mrs Toraason land Mrs• Charles Chamness, and11,.,,,, ~r, ..... ,~ .,~ ,~hi~,~,~, ,~fIHolms and Mr. and Mrs WallacelBob of San Jose Calif I gall bladder and his annendix, 1952 was recorded by Mr, ~ T.oo r~nlror and daughter[Mr" Slayton s parents Mr. and]~,~.tt~,~ --; ...... ~--- Wrnnk[Helt and children were guests at The Parent Teachers Associa-lremoved He is in the Providence[ as follows" Billy and Mrs Shirley Toraason [SveHarryS~yt°~oaBd°thT~°Uplg~]Rhynard of Kent Christmas day [thaei h°meo°~fsoM,r" and Mrs. L. B.,tlon meeting will be held Jan-iHospltal in Everett and is get- January ................................ • ,,,! ~,,~,ht~r AU,.,~ w,~ro r~v,~rottl O " • laz.~ n .... ~,~,,th ..... t~ ~,~ft ~at |~n gnts oz t) o. uary 14th and will be a social ting along fine Februar visitors Monday. ~tyt°r~:aUC~n~%tm~%:m~nneslurday to care for her daughter,/. Vlsltin.g at the home of. Mrs. meeting, with plans for a lot ofI Christmas day dinner guests at March .................................. • ~¢ ,i~ t . ~Mrs Joe Nemo who is recoverinat t~ate ~ilana anu son Jack onlrun ior everyone Ithe home of Mr and Mrn R~vlAoril MISS Cathy Kellogg w .... o.~-,,~,.~;~ ....... , • , ~,, . ~ ......... • .................................... ~. - - ................................... - ,~ ............. z s m Wednesday and Thursday was visiting at the nome o[ ~wr 1 Ma lng a few days at Mr. and Mrs Mr and Mrs John Amundson from a recent seriou auto o-I~rs Harris of Ever ~ -he e land Mrs Fred Rensink and ram" IT° fe were Mr. and Mrs. William • Y ...................................... Fred Meek home last week. . • .- . . ~[bile accident. While Mrs. South-• etc. '~ y wer il from'Tue da u at r'a"lw°lfe of Lake Stevens, Mr. anal June ...................................... ...... IAmell Amunason ans ~v~r. an termark is in Sedro-Woolley shelall Christmas Day dinner guests y s y ntil S u o y Mrs D O Turner and son oflJuly ...................................... ~ unr,stmas ~ve parw waSlMrs. Kenneth Johnson drove tO lwill consult her favorite doctor !at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack,morning were Mrs. Rensink's Seouim and Mr and Mrs Law. [Aug ..................................... : nero at nome o[ ~vir an~~ars. , • • ': ' " , r ~ " " .......... [Lverett for Christmas Eve within enhew Dr Harold Honnke Forbes and staying overmght, pa ents, Mr. and Mrs. Elwoodirence Welsh and son Jack [Sept ....................................... ~ lvllJ~er. Those present..wereIthe Ed Barnetts• Christmas day lforn~omplete'cheekttp Sh~laas[On Friday, Mrs. Alice Younkin of i Warner of Eversor/. While here,[ ,i~i~i,,~, ~,,,,~ ~xr~,~,,~o~, ,,,~ I Oct ........................................ ~r. alas ~v, rs_,~erman ~e,ma~5lMI." and Mrs Leandor Amundsonlbeen under "-dr for som'e time iBellingham, Mrs. Tiland,Mrs. Mrs. Warner celebrated her 80th ..J¢,~_?._\;"~ ":"'A" ",~ ....... f -":'" Nov ............. ~ ......................... m,ss ~naron uetcnman, mr. ann " ed Mr Mrs an r, " " birthda ill rrmay at thenome o[ lvlr. , • [entertain . and . Jo m k Harris, Mrs. Frank Faulkner and y. Mr "~ Dec ........................................ Terry Chne, Mr. and Mrs. , Mr. and Mrs. Claude Da as e Th Pent ostal Y and s. Ward Woodward were Amundson, Ardell Amundson ....¢ ~.~,.~oo w ...... ~ ~r. Mrs. Ben Meyers were afternoon e ec oung People l~_ and ~ ..... ~ °-^' ........ "~ C~ne Simons and family also •~.~.~ ~o A.~,~o ~..~,~u .... ;~o~.,~ ..,,..o~.,,~.~ ~.~ ........... , .... ,~ ¢... +._ ~ ~,. h ~'*'ad a ~'hr~o*ma .... ~., ~ ,,.^l~,~- ~,~. r.cu ~n~,g~uve ~.u/ • g~r. anti Mrs. Jonn 1-'. black anal,q,~,,~, tans lvlrs. A. b. Lee oz ~eattle. a~,o v~,u w,,,h~o ~,,,,,~ ...... ~ home of Mr and M-o w,,~ D,~,, snug er ~aren o[ beattle. I " " I .......... iv .... o. ,,..~...,,.~,=o. ~,,~-~,-,~,z =-~-. ............ - r and " Iamfly of Oso. Many g~fts were[ While there they rece ed a tel ..... k il • M. Mrs. Floyd Wright and ll[° Mr and Mrs Lloyd Amundson • • I nlng vm~tors at the home of Mr. sin and faro y, Saturday night. • Bowlers exchanged • • ephone call from Vm m Honolu- . . daughter spent Christmas day at .... • ..... came out from Seattle Friday ......... ~ .....~. ...... [and Mrs. Forbes were Mr. and They exchanged gifts. Some spe-th,~ h .... f vr, ho.,oo].aons unrlstmas ~ve dinner guests at ....... ~• ne ~ ~==,,,,~ ,~u~, "~tt='i~r~r-our,exxr~o,,,., ~,,a , .... 'cial out of t"wn ~'ues~o ,,,'~ro ~n~ooC .................................... , .... Mr. and Mrs. Pat Clark's home evening .~or a_ wee~-en~ ymmland hopes to be home in febru-[sons ~'~ s ............... [Anna Ber= a fo mer Darr[n: k [Overbeck and two children of[|~ ~s~s-~ P|~s~ were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Rawley Sunoay tne WhOle zam,~y drove dry. The Damaskes spent the[ ." ...... [~,~h,,,~ ~,~:s~, .... n ~ ~,;~,~n~'~'~'lRent°n- They spent Christmas than ~aau tt a~,~; and sons from Marysville, Anna] up to ~ortson [o;vis)t tne ~en-[night at J. A. Solvers in Edmonds[.. m.rs. hazer J.asper spent ~rom ]}t'arr~s ~,~"~:=~"~v~::¢,=.,~'~'{~:~;::iEve at the home of Mr. and Mrs.I The Arlington Lions Clark from Seattle and Mr. and[netn ~onnsons, wno just recenuY[and enjoyed Christmas day with[,Unrls[mas.unti~ ~unoay at ~ne]*'~o,, v~io~.~,~::~=~= r~:"~'~'~lRoe Wright• Visiting at the lbowlers finished the first Mrs. Henry Anderson from Ann- moved mere; rney are enjoying them, [nome ox ~r. and.. Mrs. Char)eSion~-Sa~ur~a~ ................. s .... I Floyd Wright home for two days[the bowling season in tortes, it.near new ptace: .~¢nnetn espe-[Mr, and Mrs. Cecil Preston weretrnorne ann ~am~y m ~ea[tie,) ChristmaS" Da,, din ....... ,,lafter Christmas were Mr. and[place, and with Vic Ols¢ • ]Mr. and Mrs. Ray Toraason[Ctal~Y enjoys nvmg near ms ton hand to watch Micheat, young[and then went to Tacoma zor a[,¢ th^ ,. .... ~ ~r~..,'~=" .2~~,Mrs. Merle Davis of Olympia• [individual in the Service • wor~ ' v zew nays ~, = ,,u.,= ~, ,_,uutu. a,,~ ,,.,~. rrivi ' " and daughter Alice motored to[ • ]son of the Lyle Prestons, disco erI • I~r C Rid,~,~ w,~-,~ ~r, ~.~n ~.~ [ Ang on December 18th at I of Everett. In.cldentally Tacoma Wednesday afternoon to] Mr. and Mrs. Leandor Amund-[his gifts Christmas Eve. Rickl About thirty relatives andl 'R:Dixon'and iami :" j' ea' {elthe home of Mr. and Mrs. Roelwound up the first half spend Christmas with Mrs. Tot-[son drove to Sedro - Woolley[Preston was unable to get home friends visited at the home of -~d'~r- .,~,~ vr~ ^;',~,,,,~, ~,~,o. Wright to spend the holidays was liant style, rolling 605 in , • " i " v ' e w ..................... s ........ - ir " aaron s mother, Ahce going on to[Chr stmas E e for a family gath- [for Christmas. Mrs. Pr ston entlMr, and Mrs. Chnton Howardl s"n Their -~ .... ~..... ~_.,.~r. ...~...Ithe daughter Arhss from An-[appearance. Rifle to spend the holidays with[ering at the ,Gene Baekstromlto Tacoma Christmas day, whereland family on Christmas eve. Iis workin~"~r~'~l~e~'~a~,"'t~°.:chorage, Alaska. ] Individual scores in her father. [home. The girls father, Mr. John[she was met by the Vernon Pres-[ Mr. and Mrs. Clyde H°wardt"hone-~ h~s- ~mil" * .... ~.,..~....~ Mr. and Mrs• Roe Wright and land 30 bowling were as Guests at Mr and Mrs LeelAnderson of Darrington, joinedltons of Toledo Wash to be onland family spent from Christmas t~ . u =" i".' . :z .... %~' %'Y"' daughter Arliss, Mr and Mrs.!Vie Olson 605; Fred Da~ • " " ' ' " ' " " "r • • a lvterry unrlstmas. Anotner • " I . Baker home for Christmas droner[them there• The Leandor Amund-lhand at young Cra,g s first b~ th-[Eve until Friday at the home of nau~,t,~,~, r~,~,~,~ ,~, .... ,, w,~,,.,o Floyd Wright and daughter, and 496, L. Logan, 387.426; I~ s n r da r u s ........................... " Mr and r " • were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Temple-[ o s and Mr. and M s. Dale[ y pa ty. [Mrs. Sella Hooper and son Rob- r,,,r~, e,,,~,~ ...... ~ .... ~,^ ~o _. . Mrs. A t Wright and man, 407, 476, MeLSass, tan of Hazel, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin[Drake of Concrete enjoyed a( Mrs. Stella Parson, Sandra and[ert at Btrdsvtew. ttendin,, ~'~ ~e-*-~ Ur~o~,~.,^.. ram ly of Concrete spent, Sunday l Bob Meier, 308. Balker ,also Jim Cavanaugh. [show in Bellingham Saturday[Byron, spent Christmas at home[ Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hunter, Sr.,[Colleg~ of'Education ......... s .... visiting at the home of Mrs. Wil-[ The next meeting of the[evening returning through Sedro-ladmiring the many lovely gifts l celebrated their thirty-fourth[ Mr ~,,a ~#~o ~,, "~;aa~,, ,~.a liam Vanderwill of Blaine• [ In Arlington - Phone Friendly Sewing Circle will be[Woolley they attended a fiance[Santa brought them• Christmas[wedding anniversary Sunday atlfamiiy'~spen~'~r~tmasU'at ~he Mr. and Mrs. Harold York spent[ KILLOUGH CLEAN held at home of Mrs. Gene Sim.[arriving home in the wee hours• [day they drove to Seatt!e to Mr•[their home, by having Mr. and],,,,m,~ ^~ a#. ,,.a ~,r.. u ~ o~.~ Christmas at the home of Mrs. for o~ January 8. [ Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Robinson[and Mrs. J. M. Hermans for a[Mrs. Harry Butler as dinner]~,e ~% .~,~,~. ~,~,,,~,~.,t,~:,:~.,,,,~u~ Margaret Nold of Arlington• A1-[ WATERPROOFIN Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dunn of Se-/enjoyed a family gathering in [Christmas dinner and the day [guests• They played cards after ~hir~v ~v~o'"D"eoDl~e'=f'or "d~nner:='= so there were Mr. and Mrs. Laur-I attle were guests at the Klement]their home Christmas Eve, in-[they were joined by Etta Lang. [dinner• It was also Mr. Butlers] ¢o~,:,~o,,P,,~,~ .......... • ~, en Brown of Pullman, who re-[ Times classified ads home Christmas day. ]eluding Mr. and Mrs. Aifred Sod-[ Mrs. Parsons has received word[birthday• [ at~e'~o~rne"~"~.r'~a=ndS~rs~. turned to their home on Sunday• salts Phone 493. Arriving Saturday from Pensa-[erstrom of Camano Island, Mr•[Glen is settled at Camp Roberts~ Mrs. Nathan Hyatt and twoiv .... o ........... ~r, ~,~ ~" cola, Fla, was Mr Reed Miller's[and Mrs. Lorn Rankin of Seattle, tin California. His company corn-' daughters spent about two weeks LY_-~ *'T.~.Y:? --'-'~. "~'" ~.:" ..... ~" grand~n', David Streeter, who isIMr, and Mrs. Estle Sundquist[mander is an Arlington, Wash., i visiting at the home of her par-[hrar~eleVv~eleynOMrrama~y i~irn: 16~ ~t1~,,,¢--,,~ I"~*~| in Air Force stationed at Pen-land Mr. and Mrs Sigurd Sand-[man, Captain Bud Larsen.]ents, Mr and Mrs Charles Camn-I.. " .... "J " -- _. • ~s ~ #~l~|~' ~wH~!~I s~u~, • • " " " -- t~ogers were t~nrx~tmas uay atn- l- g~aeola, also Mr. and Mrs. Art]qulst of White Horse• The Sund-I Mr. and Mrs. J• L. Gray enter-[bell of La Grande. They were!n,~r ~,uest¢ -~ ,h,~ t, .... f~, ' Shoat and Miss Wanda~Streeter[quist families each received attained the Tom Almlis and Mrs.ljoined by Mr. Hyatt on the 23rd o~,n %~r,~'~r~,: ................ OI Spanaway were week.end[Llalf dozen exquisitely carved I Parsons and Sandra at their[of December and returned homei"%,~,,."_~ff~_'~~', ................ ~ ~li~"m"~]~ guests at Mr. and Mrs. Reed'stteaspoons from their aunt and[country place Friday afternoon• IDecember 26th. [an~'ch~en~is~ent~'~is~ma~sY~n .~-lI-~ home. [uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Nieme,[ Mrs. Myrtle Ambrose and hert Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Jones and Ol" m-in "~t~-P-~-- .,~,...a ...in ,t,~ ~ I% . ~t [[@ Mr. and Mrs. Ed Backman and[:n Jacobsta "e, Finland• Mrs.[foster son Douglas Re m of[two daughters were Christmas o+~v,~= h. ,,~,,~ ~o,,,~o c~ .... ,~ ~~ ~]]tr~ ~ ~/~ Mr. and Mrs. Ted Gustafson from~ heme and Mrs. Robinson are ms-[Upper Preston spent Sunday w~thlDay droner guests at the home lin Yakima They returned home ~ ~ " ~ !~'F~g~l~ ~l~,ll, t ~[ Anae~rtes were guests at Mr. and[ :ers. The Estle Sundquists enter. [Mrs. Parsons and Sandra. of Mr. and Mrs. William Suthernl~,,nda,~ " ~ ~~~ ~ Mr~ Pal Clark's Saturday. [taimed the O. C. aobinsons with[ Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Johnson and[of Cicero• "~'~l~r and Mrs Art Wright s~'ent ~i!~22" ~Wid ]Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pierson from[ 2hristmas day dinner ThursdaY.lTerry enjoyed Christmas Eve[ Christmas Day dinner guests c.~,~'t~o ~.. ~ ~.. c~,..~' ~+~~~ I~"~UClI~ N~~ Alaska also Mrs. Pierson's moth-[3unday both families drove to/dinner with Mr. and Mrs George[and staying overnight at the[~/~e'~ome~..~V~rs "'I~e~.~'.~.~ ~~ j~,,v--~, ~ n A Id~_~_ er and 'sister were guests at Mr. I White Horse for the day with the lSabourin and Jon in Everett.lhome of Mr• and Mrs. Bob Jones land Chris,~-~"~ D~,, :~'~'~,,~'~",,~,~,~ A~~~ ~'--~L~ ~~ and Mrs. Lee Baker home Satur-[ 3iguard Sundquists who havelChristmas day they were the and family were Mr. and Mrs.[n~ M, ~,~,~"~¢ ~,~°~z:~"~,~' ..... ~~] ~ .... I I day. lust recently purchased a new[dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Rowe andfamily Mrs. Etta "M"r~" "A';~" ~;;~'~h';":.,h"~':~ ^, t~)-:~ ~ I L I 1Mr. and Mrs. Pat Clark andIT.V, making it a two T.V. home. [ -In ry Carlson of Arnot Road• Pratt and ML and Mrs. Charles UCs Wri~h~, -,¢i,,~.~ o¢ ,~,~ r,~,m,~ ~ ~ I I Diane were guests at the home[ Mr. and Mrs. Ben Jenkins and/ Mrs. J. W. Johnson met Mr. and[Pratt, all of Bellingham. They]~'~Mr I I s tal- Nmu _ l I ol /dr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hovik[ laughter Alice visited members[Mrs• Glen Simkins at the Magnus attended the basketball game in[iamiivo~C'oncre~e'on"~r~a~~''" ~ ~/ -- I ~,Christmas day. [.)f Mrs. Jenkins family Christmas[Nordby home Saturday at Bry-[Seattle, in the evening. , I Arr~vin~ -- / / " Mr. Ted Bakke of Seattle is]lay in Seattle. They took dinnei'[ant. The Nordbys were still[ Mr. andMrs. GeneEdlundand[homeof~ir~ndl~irs~a~lesi~n~. ~ ~ I I I / s~ding his holidays at Mr and[ vith M' and Mrs Austin Allen[cleaning up from a fire Christ- son Lyle spent Christmas at Hoodl .......... " .. " ..... " • " • . . . , . ue, wouu were lvn'. anu lvzrs, uale ~ru. Lee Baker home• [and called on Mr. and Mrs. John-irons day whmh missed being R~ver, Ore. On their way home[Perry an~ h~hv t ..... ,t ,h,~ Here is your onnortunit- to w~ ~ql~l~l~T ~wr~D'r Aguest at the home of Mr. and[ay Larance and family and Mr.]~erious by about ten minutes.[they visited in Ellensburg. I,,.,li,~,.,~""^~=~_"~..=,~.'L'~ "':.'~ W~,,~.,^%~n'T'~[~'w~, ~. q'"--'. ..... ~,:' ",'~":**,'~''~' ' ~ File w r ri 1 av he Mr . **u uaj~. .-xxtv. a ~ut~uu~lt ux l-=,l~ll~/'~-JE.lllk..l~,.3 at a real savings. ,31zes ~ to I I. /-~ Mrs. Nelson was Mrs. Nelson stand Mrs. Rudy Jobs. Jr. [ y ere p epa ng to e e t I . and Mrs. Gordon Whltta][Thirt,, ,~,,~ t~ ...... u~ ~, ~,~ m~,, r~ , ........ an tw ons D -, ---~ ~ --- ~ r_. out not m every style Don t m~ss this sale for best s~ t~ter from Bel.lingham. [ Mr. and Mrs. John Sanday and[house for the day when the firet d o s arrella n d lnuernue New'Mexi~'~ ~M~r" ' . .... ..... "I -'a , .~v, ............ 0 Happy New Year to all. [ laughters Jackle and Georgla[,vas discovered. It was started by[Dwayne spent Christmas at El'lp,~rrv u, lu ho ~t~t|~r~,-1 ^l.... ie i C me earlyl I I I /spent Friday with the Ben Jen-/a faulty chimney, which theyllensbu~g. I]t~n'~ ior-four~a~'s"laslt week" at' I~011N ~ [kins. [have since repaired and was[ Mr. and Mrs. Bedford Blanton!thegunderwood hYomaSwere Mr: ' -- By Goldsberry Johnson ~I~ome From Korea /held to a minimum by an auto-land daughter Judy have gone to ~nd /Vrr~ Oi,~h~,~ r)~.~,~ .... ~; i It" ~ ~ ~i Ik ~r i l Mrs. Marie Holms' sons and Earl Williamson arrived home[matte fire extinguisher. They[Georgia to spend the winter. T~c--r-"'~ ......................... [~1~ ~ XI~ • ~i ~ L | I . , • . • ,~ v...~., IF V daughters gathered a t t h e!from Korea the day before Chnst-lheard the extlngumher pop off, t Christmas Eve guests at-the[ Vi.~itifi~ ~t tho hnms~ nf r01 n v~i~ • ~am/ly home for their annual mas. He will be processed out of investigated and quickly put out[home of Mr. and Mrs. Clydel~ti~,o-~-}'~,~-~'~,"~,',:'~'~7 ¢=,~.,~':~" AND M , , . elmstmas party that included the army very soon. I m told he xslthe f,re. [Le s and family were Mr. and were M~ n,,~n _r...... ~ ,~,, i:lllll • ,'l ]Mr. and Mrs. Chester Gregory t~o proud of those twins he will[Dog Meets Bear [Mr . om Lewis and family and[sons of Bainbrid,,e ~ ~-,-- -, ~ o= ~lli~ia~M~ll~ and family, Carl Gregory, Mr. need a complete new wardrobe, ~rig, the tloo Sancrant dog, re-[Mr, and Mrs. John Lewis, Sr.I Mr and* Mrs ~'~,~n~ w'n~niirl n ,~ .... o., 2812Coiby Next toNewl~ and Mrs. Erhng Holm and faro- larger slze---especlally the hat. turned n6ne the worse for wen [Spendlng Christmas Day at thel~nent Chr|~tra~ ~ th~ ~,~,-~,~ ,~ ily, Mr. and Mrs. Elon Holm and that Pint-sized Car ' I but he since mixed it up with a I home of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde [ -" ............................. lamily, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Correspondent Preston men.[cub bear and came off second[Lewis were Mr. and Mrs. Glen1 ]~olm from Enumclaw, Mr. and tioned Stella Parsons' new Eng.lbest. A few days rest will fix!Crawford and family and Mr./ .. ]Mrs. Dick Holm of Everett, Mr.] lish made car recently and you'veinim up again. ' I and Mrs. J~ P. Crawford. [ ~ Bill Holm, Mr. Ed Holm Miss[ Arobably seen it dashing around ~ [ Mr. and Mrs. L. Fortner,Mr.[ --T • "IP~'~L"II~ • " Ellen Holm and Miss Ida Holm.[the countryside, what you don't[DARRINGTON ~ land Mrs. Glen Crawford andl" I ~W'~-I- ~ ~ ~ I~ ~ FAlen Holm began working atIknow is Stella has been putting[By Mrs. Horace Enyeart Mr. and Mrs. Carey Crawford left[ t • I~ / /I • I • • • /I the Harold Land Motor Co. in Ar-[it through its paces to determine Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Makus/Christmas Day, to be joined by[ & ~ • I ~ 1~] I • ~l ~ lington Monday• Ellen has beer~ljust how much car is under that[and children enjoyed ChristmaslMr. and Mrs. Andrew Christo-[ F~ ~ • • ~ • V ¢~amu~ng to ]~verett daily sinte['mmll frame. The other evening[Eve with Mr. Makus' parents,[pher at Sacramento and will go[ ~] September and~ is anticipating t she drove down to Zaretzkes by.[Mr, and Mrs. A. L. Makus, at/on to Napa, Calif. where they v with pleasure the shorter driving passed the house which was darR[Lake Stevens• Christmas day will visit with Mrs. Sam Christ• time. [ and on into the field, even open-[ they entertained M~. Makus' Miss Gall Myers, daughter of[ V~,,'ll o~,r l~,~,,,A't~ t,I-~1,~,~ ~-K^ ,~1,^,,,, Mr. and Mrs. Elon Holm and ing a gate with a No Trespassing[parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Mrs. Margaret Myers, is spend-' .Lv~ ~j ~-,Jx~ ~v,.,.~x~ ~**~ ~,x~w lantity called at the family home sign on it to get into the field. [ Burrus of Granite Falls. Mrs. ing the holidays at her home. fn~ f}a~ Kf]a ~r~ ~r~ ~ a-,~r| S~nday evening, i When the road got very bad sheI Maku.s' brother, Tom B.urrus, is Sunday ~,isitors at the home of ............ J ......... Miss Etta ~ang, Mr. and Mrs.~ attempted to turn around and[spending a Ie~ nays with her. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Noble and • Mr. and Mrs. Mel Garton spent two children were Mr. ahd Mrs. You'll say those 41 "Worth More" from Wednesday until Sunday Jim Lanning of Pinehurst and HAPPY NEW YEAR! evening visiting friends and rel- Mr. and Mrs. Dave Walt of Ever. are really something! Friends, this would be the happiest year that you have e~e~ had if y~u were to experience the New Birth and to en- joy all the blessings connected with it, both in this life and the one to come. The ~ew Birth means to be Saved from the penalty and power of sin, and from the very presence of sin in Eternity• God's Salvation is not obtained by adopting a religion, a creed, neither by confirmation, reformation, keeping the l~w, baptism, nor by any other ordinance• You can be bo~n anew only by acknowledging your sin and totally depraved condition• Realize that you are utterly unable to do any thing to save yourself• ~imply turn to God and receive the provision he has made for you in the person and work of His Blessed Son, the Lord Jesus Christ--Saviour of Slfiners. Christ bore the penalty of your sin in His own body while suspended on the cross of Calvary. "For God so loved the world that He gave His only be- gotten Son, that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life."--John 3:16. "The BLOOD of Jesus Christ, God's son, cleanseth us from all sin." 1 John 1:7• Of Heaven, God says, "Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love Him." 1 Cur. 2:9. If you knew with scriptural certainty that every sin that you have ever committed was washed away in the precious ~)lood of our Lord Jesus Christ, you would then begin to really LIVE. This Wouldbe the beginning of the happiest years in your life with God as your Father and Heaven as your home. Oh! What joy, peace, satisfaction and rest there is to be found in Christ Jesus• "Oh Christ, He is the fountain, the deep sweet well of love; the streams on earth I've tasted, more deep I'll drink above•" "O taste and see that the Lord is good: blessed is the man that trusteth in Him."--Psa. 34-8. The Lord Jesus Christ says, "Come unto me all ye that labour and are heavy laden and I will give you rest."--Matt. 11-28• Why not receive this rest from Him now and you will praise Him now and for all Eternity. Friends, may this be your happiest new year! We extend a hearty invitation to you to attend the Cos- pel meetings held every Sunday night at, 7:45 in the Arling. tom Gospel Hall and 8 o'clock in the O~o Community Church building. atives in Seattle• They had Christmas dinner at the home of Mrs. Garton%~parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Bushell. A correction: Leroy Ha~enya- ger is in the Army and not in the Navy as was previously reported• ..Mr .and Mrs. Charlie Brown and two children Peggy Sue and Wayne, spent the holidays in Aberdeen visiting relatives• Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ashe and daughters and Deloris Wells left Monday morning to s2end sev- eral days visiting in Seattle• Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hilton, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hilton, Jr., and daughter Elaine spent Christmas in Seattle at the home of Mrs. Orpha Chase. Mrs. Hilton, Jr., and daughter remained in ,Seattle until Saturday. Visiting over night on Friday with David Faulkner was Eugene Younkin of Bellingham. Alec Mc- Culloch was a Christmas Day ,:linner guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Faulkner and ~ons. Mrs. Faulkner received a telephone call from her brother in San Jose, Calif., on Christmas Day. Mr. and Mrs. Troy Davis left December 19th for North Caro- lina, where they will visit rela- tives. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bullen and daughter Baqpara a n d Mrs. Frances Lawrence spent frbm Tuesday until Sunday night in Seattle visiting with relatives• Mrs. Lawrence remained for a longer visit• • Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edwards and two song spent Christmas at ett. Mr. and Mrs. Noble and family spent Christmas Day at. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walt and sons in Everett. Christmas Day dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Olson and family were Mr. and Mrs• Frank Coonc and l family of Sauk and Mr. and Mrs.l Arnold Kamm and family of J Seattle. Marlin, son of Mr. andI Mrs. Olson, went home With the l Coonc family and remained un- til Sunday when his parents went after him, Bob Howe will leave for Port- land, Oregon, January 2nd. He is planning to enter the Adeox school, where he will study diesel for the next three months• The home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Crawford and family was com- I)letely destroyed by fire Monday, Dec. 22, at about 7 p.m. The cause of the fire was undeter- mined• Their home was on Sauk Prairie• They lost almost every- thing they had. They are now living' with Mr. and Mrs.J.P.. . Crawford: Mr. and Mrs. Glen Crawford wish to extend their "thanks" to the Lions club and everyone who has been so kind, helping with food and clothing. Mr. and Mrs. John Lewis, Jr., and two childrer~ left December 19th for Northrop, Calif., where they will visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sturgeon and baby. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Pearson and son Dick spent Christmas Eve and Day at the homes of rel- atives in Stanwood. 0 the home of Mrs. Edwards' sister.~ Miss Pat Dixon, daughter of Mrs. R. L. Kettenring, and family[Mr •and Mrs. L. R. Dix'on ofSe. of Seattle. Karen Kettenring[attle and granddaughter of Mr. came home with the Edwards and Mrs. August Peterson is ' / family for a few days' visit. [ spending the Christmas vacation Mr. and Mrs. Jack Faucett and I at the Peterson home. two children spent Sunday at~ Mr. and Mrs. Harry Randall the home of Mr, and Mrs. Danl and three sons, Ed, Fred and 1"EL~-PHOI~i~ 1 1 Skaglund of Sedro-Woolley. I Charles, spent Christmas at You'll see why Ford's worth "more When buy it...worth more when you sell itl This '53 Ford will "spoil" you for may car. It gives you a choice of V-8 or Six It brings you a new Miracle Ride. You'n Center-Fill Fueling, a Body, a big curved one-piece suspended pedals. It's easy to see this Ford is the "Worth More" car The New Stahdard of the Americat Whtte sld•wall tires © ~t oxtra cost. Equ|pme.?, and trim "Arlington's Friendly Ford Dealer Since 1931" ARLINGTON,