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PAGE SIX TtIE ARLINGTON TIMES, AR, LINGTON, WASttINGTON, THURSDAY, JAN. 15, 1953. ~Funeral Services For I ~ennett Infant Funeral services were held for Mrs. ltorace Enyeart, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. I Kenneth Bennett at the Baptist [Church at 2 p.m. Micheal Law- m I rence Bennett was born Decca- 1 i ber 29, 1952 and died Jan. 7.1 11953 at the age of 9 days. He had I ] seemed perfectly well until a few [ hours before his death. He was I rushed to the Everett General Darrlngton was a lively placei 5,Ira. Kate Thomas lfospitai and a specialist was last Thursday night when what Undergoes Surgery called. He died a few hours after is believed to b~ the worst wind- Of interest to her many friends entering the hospital. He leaves -alarm in several years rattled in and around Darrington is that to mourn his departure, his par. windows, shook buildings and ldrs. Kate Thomas is in Sacred ents, a brother David Lynn, age filled the air with flying roofing iteart ltospital in Idaho Falls, 3 years, his grandparents and Imm several buildings. Many Idaho, where she underwent ma- many other relatives. Alice, Shir- oso Itl FOnTSON Mrs. Nellie George, I!l Mrs. Ray Toraason, c°rreso°c°aer?t- Kiser o[~ Correspondent ~. Mr. and Mrs.. ...... Pat Clark was taken to Arling- t~eamono, remuves oi mrs. ivies ton Hospital New Years Day, to where he spent 6 days. He is now Mortensen, came Saturday spend the week-end at the Mor- recuperating at his home, The tensen home., In the evening of community wish him a speedy Saturday the Mortensens and recovery. their guests visited the Daniel Mr. and Mrs. Ray Toraason family. ° motored to Tacoma Friday, Jan. Mr. and Mrs. John Fletcher 2, to meet their daughter Alice, and boys returned Thursday who had been visiting in Lewis from a trip to Dayton, Ohio, County over holidays. during the holiday season. The ehildren here all "enjoyed Mrs. George L. Anderson did a lovely vacation through holi- substitute teaching in Darring- days although they missed the VICTORIA Mrs. Lynn Danielson, correspondent. The Harry Hansens visiter with the Elmer Elfstroms Friday evening• The Erling Brekhus family called on Mr.Brekhus' father, John Brekhus,of Silvana, Sun- The Arlington day afternoon as it was his 80th got off to a poor start birthday, second half, last Tues~ A family dinner was enjoyed when they lost three g at the Pete Snartemo home Sun- the North Broadway Lic day with the Ralph Mygatt, Earl Ipsen, and Olaf Snartemo famil- of Everett• ies gathering• Arlineton individual Mr• and Mrs. Fred Berry of were as follows: n last wyek • sn viWsyOLignOeSllelgh idlnng"" " • East Stanw d via ed at" • . mmppedt-~ees wereoff,uprooted,while shedsand .wereS°me jar surgery on her leg on January "Fartherley and FranCeSandWhite,,PreciousSang to thy .Jtn, alia is reported as doing fine• Along" vlowaro I.ovejoy and his moth- was via- countryman°°nomeltwednes F. Davis, 476; L. Lo flattened. Word was received from her sis- Jewel•", A phonograph recording The trailer house of Mr. and ter, Mrs. Maude Carlson• The two: entitled "If We Could See Beyond er,sundaMrS, inEd'BothelOliver'visitlngSpent theirlaSt nesdayit°r at the Torasson home Wed- I afternoon.Mr and Mrs Chas Soragg of SassMeier'480•376; K. Layman, lifts. Troy Davis was blown over women were injured in an auto-Today," was played. Rev. Charles mater Ynd daughter• " Mr. Munger, the scaler here,[McMurray called at the~ Brekhus---------o-~------ on i1~ ~lae, and later blown mobile accident near Arlington, F. Brown conducted the services• The community joins in offer- has been reported very ill and in]home Saturday evening. . CI-IIMNE¥ FIRE ~ ~ back on its wheels. Part of the on December 8, 1951• At the: There was a large attendance b,= ,holr s';m~ath-to Mrs. Mawr- nospl[m at ~verett. J Mrs. JaCK Anderson nroughr A cnimney iire at t of the school building was time of the accident both women and many lovely flowers and i~:~ ~iC~l~ri~in~) Giebel in the Mrs. Keith Blacker and son]birthday greetings to Mrs. Lynn Lindel home, on R. 4, • blown away, rendering one room ~'.,ere living at Darrington. floral pieces• Burial was in the ..... ~ ,- ...... -~-~--~-~ lnat were visiting at Kenny JohnsonIDanielson Wednesday afternoon cause of a fire alarm la untenable. Because at trees ~ local cemetery• ~us~ u~ -~ ~a,~,,,~,~,, .... home Wednesda h - " Thursday Mrs Nelson, a former Y. IOn T ursday the Birthday Club day. The firemen made blown across the wires, the power Mrs. Floyd Wright and Mrs. Sunday dinner guests at the n~. ro~iriont hod r~irlod fur the Mrs. Reed Miller attended the]brought best wishes• run but found no seri~ was ell for several hours, ihrt Wright left Monday morn-home of Mr. and Mrs. Vance ~as't severa'l"years~in-Cal]fornia Friendly Sewing Circle held] Mr. and Mrs. Pigort were to Smoke leaking from the Sheets of tin roofing were ing to spend a few days visiting Rogers were Mr. and Mrs. Har- , ~th h,~ ~n,~ ~,,~ ,,n,~, hi~ a,~ath Thursday at Mrs. Gene Simons.[Snohomish Friday. On Sunday chimney filled the a ripped from the hardware store relatives• Mrs. Floyd Wright will rell Stiles of Lyman.~'2"t,,'~n'~ ~'t'~ "~';~n'~i~n"m'~-~t Reported a lovely time.. The]evening the Pigorts were dinner emerged through the and sent sailing blocks away. visit her, sister at Kenneydale - ................~, ........ and Mrs. Art Wright will visit The Campfire Guardians met a,,=,,,t Ro~id,~¢ hot c,r~nddau¢,h- next meetmg to be held Jan-]guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ware of giving the appearance ~ at the home of Mrs. Harold ier,~s~e ]'ssurvivecl ~by-'a-gra~d- wary 22 at Mrs. Maynard Baker'slEast Stanwood. tic fire. There was no d eralWind°WShomes.Were blown in in sew- her mother in Seattle• They plan ~¢eade on Thursday. An over- son John Paul Nelson, of Call- home at Oso. [ ----------------~ _-- -- = ------- ito return home Wednesday after- night guest of Linda Reade, on- rnia ,Storm Damage - , --.-~ i tes noon. Thursday, was Shirley Booker of IO .... ::.~ ~^...~ ~.~.~ ~.~,~,~ .... I The storm did a lot of damagel ~ Urges S~,,~, ,,,~,~,~ ,~,u ,~.=t,,=~here u•'iev " " "' Mr. and Mrs. Dale Kamm re- Hazel• Sunday dinner guests at called on Mrs. Tillie Mathis, the ., p [t.ng s erai. men out oi R~ll of turned home Sunday after a the Reade home were Mr. and evening of Jan. 7th to help her[W°r~.I°r Iew clays uue ~o mow.] week's motor trip. Mrs. Bruce Eddy and family• celebrate her birthday• mg me sawaus~ p~p.e down, pu~- ~, Spending the week-end at the: The Parent Teachers Associa- Carl Gentry will soon enjoy a]ring the planing mill out of or-] QUIC~ ACCURATE RESPONS~LE ~e~ Cards homes of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pratt tion executive board met Wed- milking parlor that is being built ~er. Wa ......... and son and Mr. and Mrs. Bob nesday and made further plans on his place, the Ramstads ......... lter uates chairman oI me • - LAND TITLE SERVICE ...... '~ 'v • ~" rrin Jones and family was Mr. Wal- tar the P.T.A. play• Mrs. Harry Beverly and Bill Sluman and _ ~v~rs._rmmn l~enogg o~ ,~verett, la~cn oi l){mes orl e ~n ~a g" lace Pratt, who has just been in- Gladsjo brought a cake and Mr uaugn[er oI ±wr and lv~rs ~reo • on, says rmase return your • . . • daughter spent the week-end .... • . . .: _ . "" : .... w .... dieted Into the service. Parker Dyers furnished icew~m" :~L o~vcH~' .... ' .......... ~ v,~c.t~, t.~" ~." ~.. ~ meeK. ,. has ..°een _°n SmK_ ...... ns~ Ior J~al~n el Dimes cards lm a do- nation even if it is only a small _ Attendingthegamein Sea}tle cream. . . ., D~-iels leT days. tier daughter, if[we Your policy of Land Title Insurance |s the %Ikh ~'nd Mnv|nn Prlohnrrl h~vo Mary Kellogg, has been staying o~e Several small donations will ~riaay nign~ ~rom l)arrington . The regular meetings of me ~"-~ ":"~ ........... :~".--=" :'"1~ wRh her grandparents, Mr and surest protection you con have for your m,~,,,~t ,m t~ ~ ~n~=, ,n,, were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jones, Tanda Kant group of Camp Fire returnea irom a rusneo trip to ....... • ........... lwrs ~rea lvieeK ~e-d~[ve'will~continue ~h~ro~gh Mr. and Mrs. Roger Boyd and Mr. Girls has been changed from the bedside of their mother who ." . . :~ - awa " w da s after ~v~r and mrs Terry Cline spent home or other real estate. the month of January The ou0~a and Mrs. Bob Gibson. Monday after school to Thursday passedy a ze y • • . their arrival to Missouri. To the ..... . . for Darrington this y'ear is $i,0~,, Saturday evening dinner guests after school. They worked on .... • wnereSUndaYtneyat enjoyeathe Mlllera loveiyh°me' 8o send in your cards and lets at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Guy thelrsymoo.igrams on. monday, brothers, the commumty offers ............ Our facilities provide the {ostest serv]c~---- • -"--hie ..... *~-- olrtnaay droner Ior mrs Ullne try to make it. Lemmon and family were,Mr. The ~amp Fire c/~ris will hold a its num ~ympatuy. • • ........... ~ Visitors at Mr and Mrs Pat --------- and Mrs. Harold Reade and faro- uouneil Mre at the scnoot on mr• and mrs. ~eraia ~vie~rew/ ..... • --" - trained and experienced people assure • • ~larK's bunaay were mr and ~1 Electiou fly. After dinner they watched Jan. 21 for all three groups. (Dolly Smith) had as dinner ....... • .. " n Sun~ "" " hn F1 jars Leo lxawiey and Iamliy accuracy--every policy is backed by sound /my one wishing to file for po- television. ~e~v¥ Rain .... guest o day, ~v~r. Jo em- -r " "" ..... .... ,_.. .. II om ivlarysvllle, MiSS Anna mg el wnlte tsetse. ~itions now held by Fred Ren- _ -'----7--- lne ~laeons neia . mornl.ng ....... [Clark from Seattle and Mr and rl" • . z eenagers" ~'aren~ services at the ~apusr, ~viernoaist ~virs ~wae Thompson spem a~. .~ . , • financial strength. and Cha le White. as school . " ..... ~v~rs t.ieorge l~ermo few days in Arlington vmltmgl ;-~" ~ .. ... : .... • ~v~r ano ~vlrs ~rvln and lamHy directors, must file with theIIlold M~Uag . and Pentecostal churches here her brother and wife, Mr. andI. • .... • ... school board clerk, Mrs. Winniel A meeting of the Teenagers' last Sunday. They had a very ....... irom bearrle were Vmltors at Lee ]Bagley, by Jan. 24, 1953. parents was held at the school nice program of interesting talks ~v~rs win lnman -~" ~- ~" • " • • Baker home Sunday -- [Monday, January 5th. It was de- and song solos. The five men Bernard Moen of Seattle vls~t-[ ...... • . . . • • wore nas oeen receivednere ed over the week w~th his father ............ Mr. and Mrs. Owen Wells anit cided to hold Teenage dances ev- were dinner guests at the Metho- ~ _ .. . mar MrStived~ c Mmer, wno re- Snohomish. three daughters, Delores, Deanna cry two weeks only. Special par- dist parsonage. Jonn seen ~. , • • • ¢ eu Title ¢ n u ..... ........ , cen.yhere, was confined in .nun...om.an. ~rs J~eue ~msrotr were ro ~V-]Arlin ......... and Ik~nna attended a family re- ties on other nights will not be The Baptist church quarterlyerett Sunday" to wmt" " for several1 ..... gton~ ......... viospl~ai, we wren ner union in Ferndale, Sunday in[permissable. Activities for ~any business meeting will be held says with her son, George Um-I~" ov~,z ....... z" __ ARTHUR A. ANDERSON ~r ol the 15th wedding anni- ~pecial occasions will have to be Saturday night at the church at stott and wife. I dyke's last Thur~ay ancl---~ade 2915 wetmore Ave. __ ve~ry of Mr. and Mrs. Loyniworked into the regular dances. 7:30. Ness."Mr. Ness is"" a brother totOn nights" when there are home~amh,,lane,~' f2t~ll~ Mr. and Mrs. John Slack "andjplans for completing the quilt. Everett, Washington M~ ~Aretts. ga~aes, the dance will start right ""M'rs'-~'ren"-Stur~eon °r . ^~ children visited Mrs. Slack's rel-[Next meeting will be at Florence Telephone Cedar 2164 " • ....... ~ , o., w~ atives in Ham!lton,. Sunday.. ]Sparks on F~b. 5. There will also ~mada droner uests at the atter the game and last until 12 Y " g , ,. - .... - . . taken to the Everett General lvlansIor(1 will los Mt. Wheel-I be t~:~ ~:~ ~ ~:::~:: ~*]~. ~'~ home ol Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bates o ctOeK:_A scneauie was worked Hospital on Thursday, January a shower of used articles for ~ ~i::iiii~i~ er Grange in installation eere-tthe Grange kitchen ~ ................ ~:~:~::~*:::~i!iii~ were ~{r and Mrs Morris Lon out so ma~ [ne aances WlU not oe ...... ' " " ' g fli "in wF- th s h 1 ac ~tn. Wayne Baldwin drove the momes~ thm Friday mght, Jan.[ ~__ ~|~i~i~ ar~! daughters, cgn_ ct ~g ~n e :coo " ambulance and Jake Lorenzen 16. [ Use Times Classif~d Ads -- MI and Mrs. Walter Bates are nvmes. Tne dales and ena per- was the attendant. WASHINGTON ¢I~[ENINsURANCE CO. eax~r]g for John and Tommy Ashe, ones .m enarge,.mr me.nex~ ~nree Mrs. Frances Lawrence was Auxiliary met at Ethel Groen-leffective, economical. mourns naveoeenselected Mr Sons af Mr and Mrs Gerald Ashe - --' .. - -:..'brought home from the Arlington ~--,~ ~ ~:~K ~7~ 3~ ~~~ ¢~/0~/ oK Squire Creek wh'ile their par- and ~trs. Guy t, emmon ana ~v.tr. Hospital in the ambulance on - , t -- -. ' ...... aria iwrs t)wen wellS Wlll oe Tuesda-" Jan 6th Cl"de Tatham e~auu are making a top ro Gall- • " • y, • • y • the chaperones in charge for the • li~r.ma. ............ drove the ambulance and Bill uance o~ January z~ra iney Will • Enyeart was the attendant going --hackle Buildiug ,ask another couple to assist for HarryBullen. ~~ ~ ~~ ~~ them• There was a good attend- Ray Bennett was taken to the ]ffmyor Walter Bates has asked[ance at the meeting• The dates Providence Hospital in Everett me to bring to your attention a ]for the dances for January, Feb- with a broken leg on Friday, Jan. ¢~ain rundown buil-,ing in the,ruary and Marct~ are as follows: 9th, in the ambulance• Walter ~enter of the town which detracts!January 23rd, February 6, 20, Bates drove and Harold Reade l~reatly lrom the beauty of our March 20. There will be no dance to~a.. He would like some sag- on March 6th due to the Parent ~est_ions as to what should be reachers Association play which ~mne about this building, which is scheduled for March 6 and 7. located on the corner of Emens All parents are welcome to at- a~d Darrington Streets. This tend these dances as visitors or building, a former service sta- as chaperones• tha~ has been in a rudown con- • dH~n Ior some time. He would like to know taw the citizens of D~rri~gton feel about this proj- Bennett ~b~e~.s Leg Pay Bennett had the misfor- tune to break his leg Friday af- ten~eon while working near a road grader. He was taken to the Providence Eospital in Everett in the mnbulance. To Maryland Mr. and Mrs. Jim Karger and • on left Sunday for Maryland• They plan to stop in Colorado, w.~e~e they will visit Mr. Kar- ger's mother, Mrs. Maude Kar-~ ge~, a former Darrington school leach er, ~tunday Visitors at the home of ~, ~,u~d :Mrs. Henry Brown and fatty were Mr. and Mrs. Leon- a~ i?o~man and family of Bry- l~z~ ]L.aw~ence I11 Mr& Frances Lawrence was Lu~,~ t~ the Arlington Hospital :Mo~y evening following a "~roke. She had been in Seattle visili~g relatives• S h e was ~ht to the home of Mr. and Mr~ Harry Bullen and family, Tuesday fright, where she is still i~ bed, being cared for by her daughter, Mrs. Bullen. Harry Bullen and Mrs. Martin Tollenaar, Sr. received word Tuesday of the death of their sis- ter in Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Tollenaar and Mr. Bulien left for ~higan, Wednesday to attend the funeral. Week-end visitors at the home Mr: and Mrs. Harry Bullen and Winter Family Moves to Everett Mr. and Mrs. Myron Winter are moving to Everett this week• l'hey have purchased an apart- ment house in that city. Mr. and r'~{rs.~Wintcr haye lived in Dar- rington for mahy years. They have been active in all civic af- fairs. Mike, as he is known to every one, has been a member of the Fire Department for many /ears, and has managed a log- ging outfit. Their daughter Lois attended school here• in recent years, Mike's health has not oeen good and he has now re- tired from logging and is selling his equipment. They will be missed in many ways. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Greenleaf have purchased the Winter home and are moving in this week. Farewell Party The Pinochle Club gave a fare- well party for Mrs. Woody Dasch on Tuesday at the home of Mrs. A1 Howard. Mrs. Ruth McDonald and Mrs. Don Walters were guests• Mrs. Dasch was presented with pictures painted by Nels Bruseth. Mr. and Mrs. Woody Dasch and son Mark moved to their new home between Anacortes and Mou~t Vernon. Mr. and Mrs. Dasch plan to operate a tavern between the two cities• faraily were Mr. and Mrs. E.C. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edwards Thurlow of Seattle and sons attended the funeral of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd DuvaliIMrs. Edwards' brother on Men- spent two days of last week in] day. ~altle on business. Sunday~ dinner guests at the ~ement M~. and Mrs. Richard Page of Darrington wish to announce the ~gagement of their daughter Gall Elizabeth, to Abe Green, son of Mr. and Mrs. Avery Green of Heaven. home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Reece and family were Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Metzger and son Micheal of Arlington. and Floyd Wright were the at- tendants. Mr. John Christensen was ta- ken to the local hospital Monday, January 12th, when he passed out while at worok at the Three Livers Shingle Mill. After being treated, he was sent home to rest. He was taken to the hospital in the ambulance with Carl Curry driving and Kenny Bennett and Orville Pearson as the attend- ants. o [ HIIE HORSE [ I Mrs. M. Fleming, ] [ corresponding. [ Bess Shattuek has been quite !ill at her home the past week with a siege of the flu. Mrs. An- derson of Oso substituted for her as a first grade teacher at the Darrington school. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green are the proud parents of a baby boy, born at the Arlington hospital on ~'riday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green and family are~moving into the old Fred Bryson house. They have been living in one of the Getsch- mann cabins at Squire Creek. Glendon Moore is working at White horse store substituting for Lewis Ashe, who is on a trip to California. WIND SCREAMS; TREES UPROOTED, BUILDINGS WRECKED The strong winds of the past week did considerable aamage around the community besides blowing over telephone and light poles. A barn was blown down :on the Bill Deeter ranch. The cu- pola was torn off the Forrister Bo~sketb~ll barn, also the heavy doors were The Darrington Loggers played da~naged, roofs were. torn. off Lake Stevens here Tuesday, Jan- ~om o~ner smaller .ouildmgs. uary 6th. Due to some misun- ~eorge Adams pump noise was derstanding, the decision on the upended ~!eavmg. the pump ex- score was not made final. I posed to me yearner, and at the The Loggers played at Sultan Getschmann ranch, valuable on Friday, January 9, losing by fruit trees were uprooted, many the score of 38-34. glass windows were blown from the greenhouse and smaller buildings were quite batlly dam- aged. And that wierd screaming on the power lines, that could be i heard all over the community. There was many a scare be~ore it was found out what was caus- ing the noise. It seems like no matter how bad a situation, there Friday evening visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Faulkner and sons were Mr. and r~ Abner Reece and son Monty and Miss Edith Bedal. The eve- ~ing was spent viewing slide ~res sent by Clayton Reece Europe. ]Mr. and Mrs. Ivan ffones and Son Chuck, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Woodward and Daryl~ Edwards attended the game in Seattle .~tu~lay night. ~rden Club The Darrington Garden Club will meet in the Methodist church basement on Thursday, January 22nd, at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. N. C. Riddle and Mrs. Tom Ashe will be ~the hostesses. Everyone is welcome. The Darrington Ranger Station reports a total of 13.86 inches l of rainfall in Darrington for the first 12 days of January• Mr. James Davies, who is in the Navy, is spending a nine day leave at his home in Darrington. is always some humor. One man had to lea're his car and Walk home, because of a treeacross the road• It was dark and the wind was blowing. He heard the power line scream and sprinted for home thinking sure a cougar was after him. Two other men going down the road in a car, pulled over to the side to let the ambulance go by, thinking the shrieking they heard was the ambulance siren. o In Arlington - Phone 1344 KILLOUGH CLEANERS for WATERPROOFING THE BEL AIR SERIES to be compared only with higher-priced cars! The glamorous Be1 Air Series for 1953 ~ truly a new kind of Chevrolet. Four new Bel Air models--4-Door Sedan, 2-Door Sedan, Convertible, Sport Coupe-create a won- derful new class of cars. An entirely eew kind of Chevrolet In an entirely ne~ field all Its d THE "TWO-TEN" SERIES sensational advances from bumper to bumper! The "Two-Ten" Series offers: two new station wagons-the Townsman and "Two-Ten" Handyman--the 4-Door, 2- Door, Convertible, Club Coupe and Sport Coupe. THE "ONE-FIFTY" SERIES lowest priced of all quality cacsl " Smart new Chevrolet styling and advanced featurest Five models include the 4-Door and 2-Dtoor Sedans, Club Coupe, Business Coupe, "One- Fifty" Handyman. fC~ntl.uatlon of etandard equ/pmenf and ~im frdl~ed is dependent on ovoilobilifF of MORE PEOPLE BUY CHEVRoLETS THAN ANY OTHER CAR! The great new Chevrolet line for 1953 King" engine for finest standard brings you a car for any purpose, ing. Choose the improved Choose high-compression power with steering, or new Power Steering, the new 115-h.p. "Blue-Flame" engine tional at extra cost. teamed with new Powerglide* for the Come in and see the most finest automatic driving. Or choose the ful selection in the low-price high-compression 108-h.p. "Thrift- and it's yours at lowest cost! *Comblnathm 'of Pom~rldlde autoomric transmission and 1 Flare" engia¢ optional on "Two.Ten" and Bel Air modd, ~ ~tn PHONE 871 - ARLINGTON, WASH.