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PAGE SIX THE ARLINGTON TIMES, At LINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURS[ , JAN. 22, 1953. Cieern Traito. I GETCHELL SISCO HEI( Mrs Horace Enyeart. I Mrs. "Iver~Eng~trom II MrsyWill~Uo2jld~i7crr" Mrs W~nSeH~l~, "~ i I Phone 301J4 ]] P ..... T ! Mrs. tg. A. ~orgen has Sunday guests at tbe homeI Lewm Noble an~ son B9b, Ed]('oun[v Truck Mr and Mrs. Ed Dockendorf of o her home here for a of Rev. and Mrs. C D. Andrews lilunler, Jr. and son Herbie and v j ]Marysville were dinner guests of then plans to visit were Rev. and Mrs. Munson ofiOrville Pearson attended the ]~,,|,~,, ~ ~].~fg~ the Sam Dockendorfs on Thurs- daught'er Mrs. Grayson ~erett Rev Munson a l s o} wrestling matches in EverettlLT|U~C~ ~I~ ~uL ]day night erett ' preached the morning and eve- Saturday night. J A county gravel truck scored [ The community" will be inter- ~h~ .~c' ............ ...... i,,,z ~h,~. ning services at the Pentecostal Mr and Mrs Orville Pearson a double hit here Friday after- [ested to know that Joan Clapp th~'~ld ~pl=pl~d"'h church on Sunday. ~.. land son Dlck were Sunday din-noon The driver proved he ~has joined Rose Haaland in Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. ~am ~ates were nor guests wim reiauves at ~tan-lshows no favoritism oy llitting [Ams Ka, wnere sne nas secured M~ ~,~d Mr~ ~]n,,~h I " a he they ~have had 4 fires s ' - " M " - fter vi itors " a JOb.~wrs.r~aalanu recently .................. ~,'" Sunday droner guests at the wood onday a noon s both a telephone and a light ] - " tt home of Mr. and Mrs. Farns at the home of Mr. and Mrs. pole. Telephone and electric ser- [showed some pmmres t t _ ir t,~ v" ' so n . . . the ~le is[on .t the Bates and famdy of Halterman Pearson wereMrs. Pat Buehler vice were disrupted for a few [church, which she nan received ,,o,~ A~ rot th,~v Spur land two children from Califor-]hours but the repair crews soon ]irom ~ose ],'k~.~'~',,^'~\..%~~ .... - ' " r iUUllU LIL~ ~au~. triP'tier" ~t the home of Mrs [ma. Ihad everything operating again [ Mr. and Mrs. Audral Mo ela.ndI Mr ~d wr~ _r ~ mhnr~ --'~'" "~ ~ ' " " " ' thatis ever thin but the were oinner guests of the Jim ......................... Jennie Boehmer on Saturday[ It will be Ladies Night for theI- Y g - ~ - Everett w,~ro dlnn,~r ~,, was Mrs. George Whitson of tin- Lions Club at their next meetingItruck. i'rwnsoc~nn ~t~n~aa~;n ~,,~,~ o~ J Mr. and ~Irs~. Ji'~m";F~t~on~p-.' x~el. ...... Itues~ay, January . n. . -f Don't forget the meeting to or- tended a birthday party a't the Carroll Hum, Jim Th J~ar. anG Mrs. Hugn ~'eavey oI Mrs. harry r~anoali returneat~...;.._ .~.. ,~.,~. ~ .... ,~ ,~,o w.~ ]home of Stan Rostad on Saturdav l and wrrln underwood weI Renton spent the week-end at home Thursday night after hav-I~, .............. ],{ght ~,~ ~ ..... ~ ~ ~,, w~,~ldlggmg on Camano Isla their home in Darrington. ring been out of town for about]aay mgnt .,ration ~CnOOL [~an'~e'n'on'~a~ur~iav"n~'~h"~~ .... [day night. S *~ o - "~*~,r ~,~,~ Mr (~ I Ror~pthltWO weeks. ] Mr. ~rote nas oeen convam - ] itt]o c,~thv r.,,,, Wic, ain~ ,~o1,~ Mrs. John Loth IS in A~ ~'~ ..... "~ ..................... ' h me ........... ~ ..... b~, ........ - spent from Monday until Wed. Mr. Willard Runyan spent a]crag at his son WH.freds. % [brated her 3rd birthday in grand[hsp]ta!, where she haS nesday in Chehalis. !few days in the General Hospital]~a~gn~m~nt~~m~n~ita~S U~e ]style on Sunday, when her par- qut~teeliinl" Underwood s eni Mr. and Mrs. Bill' Br son and ira' Everett laot week, where he ~ents, Mr. and Mrs. Geor~eo Wi~-[o . . P ..~ Y ex ects to be back home soon week end m Arhn ton WlV u----b'~''"ht'~r ........ h~xzo ~ann ...... to Pennsvl-, ,Ih'~d ........ ~ tumnr removed from his[ P " Igins..gave a dinner in her honor I ..'.. g vania, where they will spend the!neck. He underwent surgery on] Sat. guests of Mr. and Mrs. I The guests were her grandpar- na.rulnamk ....... t winter" . I'Whursdayand returnedhome/Milton Lane were lwrs. Lane s ~,~-,~,,~, ,,~,.a~- ,,.,,--n ,,,,~.a~.o ,_..c~ ~.~ xxr;~,..o,,,s~,.~,t Mr. and Mrs.. . ~ester ~w. Visiting at the home of Mr. iSaturday. . [parents andbrother, Mr. and Mrs. and Ruth of Port Blakely, and[wh are trammg for ml~ and Mrs J. C. Bryson and familY iLoaaers Win T~o ]Elmer Anderson .and ~naries .................. [Mr., and Mrs. G. T. Rowley of~ms, are tr.alnlngat ~vleng~ ,...., .... ~,. .... o ~. ~.,_.. c..,,t..,i --'.- ..... -,~Irom ~vlarvsville ~un~av ~,uests lravemrs crossin washington in 1~ will pass rDron~n a tone or |(~lvrnnin whn ~npnt thp wpolv ,lney enjoy rnelr worr~ Marvsville Mrs Cook is Mrs..~t--;-~C'-~'~'~~'~t--WT,~v ~nd/at the Lanes were Mrs. Lane's wetcome signs, it is hoped by the Territorial Centennialorganization. [end there. Other guests were muc,. ]~son's mother"[~').~,'L,"~."~'o,.~"~" ,~}~'~'~" n~,lsister and family Mr. and Mrs. In the picture above Chapin D. Foster, left, director of the Centennial, I Mrs May Leckie of-Everett, Mr Ed Chr------~sman of Arlin~t( --Mrs Darrell Crawford and Mrs .-,-....~ c~-k Harbor here Frida''lDn Kalhcatt and daughters, al- is explaimng the new sign to Gov Arthur B Langlie It is hqped that land Mrs Earl Adsit and Penny, Sunda Carey" C rawford celebrated their !Vn}g "w nning with the score )'f[so from Marysvnle. organizations in every city and town in Washington will see to it that [also of Everett. Mr. Yand Mrs. Henry l birthdays at a dinner given inl57.30' I Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Snelson andthese signs are placedat the entrances to the city on all major highways. ] Mrs. Anna Leroux entertained have started to remodel their honor, at the home of Mr. The Darrin-ton Lo--ers will[children from Seattle enjoyed a The signs are 3x4 teet and come complete for installation at city ta group of friends at her home house. and Mrs. L. D. Pollard, on Thurs- ,~ .... t r,,~,,,,~o ~rld~s,s ~-nuarv day in the country Sunday at entrances. Ion Friday. They were Mrs. Web- Mrs. Tingue is staying day, Jan. 15th. Those present at ~.~ "~_ran'i'~e~a~fs"~ere-';rues". the Snelson farm. -- .... ~.. or, Mrs. Winnie Kukull, Mrs. Ru- Walter Bailey home, whil, r ..o.,.; ,., ...,~ . , , - . . . . ann ~vtrs. uonalo njorn ano enll- b ...... the droner were Mr and M s. no,, ~, 9~,~ ~,n ~,, ot~,~ ~t,~,~ The community rams in offer- I .......... [ y Kukull, Mrs. Barbara W~ggms, Bailey m in the hospital i a d Mr ~'~ ....... --,, ,- ............... - - - aren oi ~verett and ~vlr ~ans,Mrs hri in hn ' Pollard and tam ly, Mr. n s .............o,,~. in,, their s,,mnath,, to Mrs Fuhr- . TA~rl2T/17[q/ql-) [ ....... , ~ C st e Langbe , Mrs. serms of x-rays. oils rrtuay, d~tit OUtl! 8 . *" z L~Z-XX~.L~ rr ~JVU ~ose oi lvlt vernon Carey Crawford and Mr. and Mrs. " " man and Mrs Rathert anct tam- "" s ..... r I " " ILiela Steekelberg, Mrs. Walker, Word has been received Darrell Crawford and two daugh- ~. .......... ~ il- in the loss of their husband: iriS; mto e. cor . ] Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hasko andt Sr., Mrs. Frank Cole, Mrs. Me- illness of Mrs. Cecil Cla =~gw?rdCrhaaw~fwde,f:sr~e:o~vwMdr :hat i;~SrC~hs~rej,~ttohrba{dy.::lf:!' ~n:gf:thm{:mTv~hm:bF~o~:r~t~ahe.!s ~:m: Va~:~vteinFr?:~a!'~;S'6 for th: f~.:mi::YngndEMve~jre:~n~serd vNi~:r~ :on:l:l=dl~r~e~sse McGrew ~PeseP!tsalf~?m~::ha:wtahs, Mrs" J" P" ' ' " g mester " " and moved to Arlington during Valentine box social and dance "g IS Demonst ation proving for the P. & G. Electric Co. near this past year. at the Lakewood gym. Doplan Mr. and Mrs. Sam Eureka, Calif. Mr .and Mrs. Glen Crawford ~nfamily have moved into ~ge Installation About twelve Grange members ~n Darrington attended the in- stallation of officers meeting held at Oso. Friday night. The officers of the Mount Wheeler Grange at Oso and the Mansford Grange at Darrington were in- stalled by the officers of the Bear Creek Grange Eddie Fortner spent the week- end in Sefittle visiting at the home of his brother Donald, and loftily. The P.T.A. play which was planned to be on March 6 and 7, has been changed to March 13 and 14th. The tryouts were held Thursday night and many have been given their parts and are hard at work on them. Vis{ting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Hanson for the pas1 two weeks was Mr. Hansen's mother, Mrs. Martha Johnson of California. Mr. and Mrs. Hanson took "Mrs. Johnson to Seattle Saturday. where they stayed overnight at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Hale a~d family and visited at the home'of Mrs. Molly Giles. Spending the week-end at the home o[ Mr. and Mrs. Burke Hen- son was their daughter Mary of Seattte. Dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elon Holm and family on Monday, were Mr. and Mrs. Erting Holm. Mr. and Mrs. ]eJlroy Stri:l and Ed Holm, all of Arlington, and Clark Knights ot "Z~eattle. The chicken dinner was in honor of Mr. Strid, who is a former tr.uck driver for the tloim Brothers, and is soon lear- hag for Korea. Friday evening visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Jones and two daughters Linda and Carole were Mr. and Mrs: Kenneth Parris and son of Red-O-,, cling, CaL, I. Mi. I:'arris is Mrs. Jones' nephew. ~rs. Ivan Jones and two chil- Cren, Iva Lee and Brian, spent the week-end at the home of her mother', Mrs. C. Christensen, of Bellingham. H~w Svn 1,Vord has been received of the new ~rrival of a 6 lb. boy to Mr. and Mrs, Fred Sturgeon of Haw- t}~a-ne.. Calif. The little boy ar- rived Sunday, Jan. 18th, and tins not as yet been named. He joins a brother, Freddie, age 2 years. The ma~ternal grandparents are ]Mr. and"Mrs. John Lewis, Sr., and lhe paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sturgeon, ~r., all of Darrington. Mr. and Mrs. Sturgeon are formerly of l~urrington. ]Mr~ Fred Sturgeon, St., is still ~tthe General Hpspital in Ever- ~h~ing over the week-end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Morris long and family were Mr. and ]Mrs. Guy MacMahan and baby, l~rs. Earl McQuesten and son ~harles, all of Arlington, and Mr. and Mrs. Darris Long and family of Marysville. ....... ][,oughncms Go South Mr. and Mrs. Roy Loughnan left this week bv train for Albu. querque, New Mex., where they will visit at the home of Col. and 1Mrs. F. O. Wood and family. The [Misses Clare and Grace Engel- .~e~ of Shelton, who are now vis- Ring at the home of their sister. 1Mrs. Wood, will join Mr. and ~. Loughnan when they go on to Phoenix, Ariz., to stay during the month of February. They will ~haV at the Gateway Motel, which is owned by Mr. and Mrs, Harry Perry, friends of Mr. and Mrs. Loughnan. Mr. and Mrs. Perry visited the Loughnans here in Darrington last summer. Aff0er the first of March they ~ll drive home with a possible ~top at the home of Mr. Lough- ~an's sister at Mill Brae, Calif. Mrs. Frank Miles will enter the ]Providence Hospital in Everett Tuesday night and will undergo ~urgery Wednesday morning. Beverly Miles, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miles, played a 8olo on the piano at the Baptist church last Sunday Spending their vacation at the home of Mrs. Gertrude Sterling are Mr. and Mrs. Calvin St. Louis and two children of Vancouver, Wash. Mrs. Maurice Swanson and two children spent four days last week visiting with her sister, Mrs. Robert Cook, and family at Verlot. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sygitowicz and children visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Streeter and two daughters of Edison on Saturday. Nels Bruseth was a guest speaker at the Arlington High School Thursday morning when he told about the early history of khe Puget Sound. In the after- :noon he showed pictures for the Log Cabin Club in Marysville. Miss Shirley White, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie White, celebrated her eighteenth birth- day Saturday night with a party! at her home. The evening was :~pent on a scavenger hunt, play- ing games and enjoying a very Cpt. Chas. Miller has been en- joying a 25-day furlough here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Harold Miller. Chuck is with the Marine Corp at Camp Pendleton, Calif. The Aylesworths drove to So- !attic Sunday to visit with the :Munro Aylesworths and j~o wel. come Ed's. parents, who have just recently arrived from Mon- tana. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Palmer, ac- companied by Mrs. D. C. Harris, visited at the home of the Carl Wolls in Everett on Monday. In the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Ward Bowman and Mrs. Warren Bow- man and her little twin sons Dick and Bob arrived. This was a lit- tle celebration of the birthday Jan. 20, of both Mrs. Bowman and Mrs. Palmer When cake and cof- fee were served, the little Bow- man twins, Mickey and Joy Heather Woll, stepped up in front of the two grandmothers and ~weetly sang the Happy Birthday song. delicious lunch. Guests at the o party were Bob Thomason, Mike - ] Hamilton, Jack Welsh, Larry Gladsjo, Anthony Reeee, Daryl VICTORIA I Edwards. Duane Sanford, Janice Mrs. Lynn Danielson, I Reece, Emma Belle Christopher, correspondent. I Gladys Jones, Dorothy Robinson, The Wagners of Everett spent Annell Spence, Joan Jones, Bar- ;unday at the Harry Hanson bard Bowman, Bernice Bertels, lhome. On Saturday evening, the harlotte Riddle, Joanne D~avis, tiansens had visited at the Barry Marjorie Collins and Alice and home in Mr. Vernon. Frances White. Those sending Garden Club ;fits but who were unable to at-! The Highland Garden Club met end were John Tiland, Gus at the Almer Larson home Wed- Green and Duane Clarke. nesday. During the afternoon in- Mrs. Art Wright spent four teresting talks on "What to do days of last week in Seattle vis-in the garden in January" by tting her mother, Mrs. Hansen. Mrs. Davenport and "Four major Mrs. Floyd Wright and daugh- evergreen ti'ees in Washington" ter Cheryl'spent a few days vis- ,y Mrs. Ward. Tillie Hanseffalso ring at the home of her sister, demonstrated the making of in- Mrs. Charles Overbeck, of Ren-i door gardens on. i Sunday guests from Seattlt~ at visitors over the week-end at the Joki home were Mr. and Mrs. ~he home of Mr. and Mrs. Harryi Tuorili. 3ullen and family were Mr. and i Mr .and Mrs. Boyd Parrish and Mrs. E. C. Thurlow of Seattle Mr.'family and Mr and Mrs Coun- ;t~d Mrs. Burton La,,rence andltry'mdn visited'at the Tecl Quil-' .or. and Mrs. Henry Gray of Ta-I lure home Tuesday evening. coma. Mrs. Thurlow remained in Mr. and Mrs. Bob Atwood of Darrington for a longer visit. The Parent Teachers Associa- tion met Wednesday night, and held a social meeting The eve- ring was spent playing games :rod having a good time. The freshman class won the rodin count. The freshman mothers ~erved sandwiches and salad. Cedarhome were Thursday din- nor guests at the Countryman home. Friday evening visitors from McMurray were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Spragg and children Ronnie, Norman, and Maurine. The Danielson family gathered at the Lynn Danielson home Mrs. Martin Oison and Mrs. Leo Sunday afttWnoon to help Doris Sygitowicz arranged a March of! celebrate her second birthday Dimes display, with dolls repre-iwhich occurred Tuesday. They senting polio victims. }also brought belated greetings to Mrs. Jim Reece was hostess forIMrs. Lynn Danielson. After the the Birthday Club, Friday after-lgroup played games, Do r is noon when they met at her home{opened her packages of useful !n. honor of Mrs. John Bates'lgifts. Lunch including cake and mrmaay. Other members who[ice cream was then enjoyed by were oresent were Mrs. Bob lMrs. Norgaard and children Lar- Jones, Mrs. Ivan Jones Mrs. Paul ry and Nancy, and Carrol Daniel- Woodward, Mrs. Roger Boyd, Mrs.lson of Cedarhome, Mr. and Mrs.I A1 Nystrom and Mrs. WalterlOscar Sundberg and Delbert ofl Bates. I Warm Beach, Mr. and Mrs. C. L.I Visiting over the week-end at,Danielson and Cliff of Eastl the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim!Stanwood and their house guests, l Reece and family was Miss Viv-[Mr. and Mrs. John Daniel~on of] inn Fure of Stanwood. Homestead, Mont. ] The Lions Club met TuesdaYll CNTTf%TTT m~,~ II evening, at the Club Rooms Thell ~I'IL)UI_~I.12J~ attendance ~,as a little less'than]l ........ !1 usual After a d~lleinn~ dinrforl Tne ~uiiceaa ~eighoornooo/ prepared by Mrs. ............. Ruth McDon-[ Club met with Mrs. Vern. Sow- I aid, the regular bugino~a moot.lards on Thursday, with a corn-| in was he =- ........... bination shower for Mrs Cora g ld. After the meeting[ ...... ".. . of the Lions Club wa~ ~a~,,,~,,~n |Krell and Mrs. Mary Lou nocK-| the ma ~. --~ ....... 'winkle There were 16 adults and[ jonty remained for a l ..... ". meetin~ with tb~ P~ ~,~alm enllaren present. [ committee"an'el t'" ......... :.'~1 Henry Sowards Jr of Cashion,/ he architect to,, ........ , . "- .... the Community Hall. The build-]~.Klav tne .home oil 1 IllS Drotneran(1 iamlly, the "ng of this hall is now ooen forl .... | hidg -- | vern ~owarQs. Mrs Bil . ~. +~,.^-I The Amaranth Social club held[ 10 Conner ~a~ t,~,=,[ . e " to the Provi theirm eting at the home of / donee Hospital m Ev- erett Tuesday J~n lat~ in thaiMrs. Ethel Palmer on Tuesday.| ambulan .................. Mrs Palmer served a 1 30 co. Walter Bates drovel. ..... : | and Carl Curry wag th~ ~tt~nd Imncneon wire Margaret Hastings/ " - ........... "" - Mar - - ant. l ana y tease as eo-nostesses. / We still have no snow h,,t ~,,~1 Mrs. Verne Sowards invited the/ and lots of rain ............ [5th and 6th graders of the/ "o [Shoultes school, into her home[ RUBBER STAMPS [on Tuesday to watch the inaug-/ ARL[N 4931! ural ceremonies GTON .G CO, P""------------=--------- t. SHOVEL DRAGLINE or Hoe Work J~| 604 Fifth Street ]1 Call S V LEDBETTE- I,I Phone 2963 II [ II to come and join in the fun. Mu- sic will be furnished by the Bry- ant orchestra Mr. and Mrs. Mark Dunn were Sunday dinner guests at the George Aken home. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Crow and son Bob of East Stanwood, visit- ed at the George Siegel home on Sunday. I Callers at the Howard Swall-i ing home on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. A1 La Compte from Seattle. , Sunday dinner guests at the Otto Bjorn home were Mrs. May List of Seattle, Ed Arneson, Mr. il celebrated their 48th anniversary on January they were honoredat a ( . Everett at the home oI Filing date for school directors tine Langbehn, Barbara Wiggins daughter, Mrs. Jack Boozaej of the Lakewood district, closes and Winnie Kukull. Each one of Mr .and Mrs. Arnold H ld on Saturday, Jan. 24. There are 2] these ladies brought a dish pro- Cathy visited with Mr. ~,r~ positions open. A 3 yr. term now pared with herbs serving it to Willis Hilde on Sunday. being held by Lloyd Johnson and the members after the meeting. Visitors at the Bill Kluin a 1 yr. term by John Goerlich. The next meeting held in Febru- on Tuesday of last week Mrs. Daisy Hagstrom and Mar- dry, will present a demonstration Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gestad lone, Mrs. Ragna Ingebritson, on making handbags, by Anna lanta, Ga., Mrs. Albert and Mrs. Olaf Nelphune, all of Leroux and Rose McGrew. Los Angeles, and Mr. Whidby Island, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs Audral Moreland attend- I Dick Whitehead of Ea John Vukelich and Roy Ames of ed a party at the Bob Suprunoski wood. Seattle, spent Sunday afternoon home on Wednesday, Jan. 14.Mr. and Mrs. Jack and evening at the Harold Bjorn Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kluin were were dinner guests of home. t dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.'Mrs. Sam Dockendorf on i Car illustreasd above: Ni~ty.Eiskt Holiday Coup~. New Super "88" for 1955 al.o now on display at ymw ~ml~r's. A G~n*ral M~ors "al~. ~j~ Ladies and gentlemen, here is Oldsmobile's candidate for the - beat-looking, best-driving ear of all for 1953. It's the glamor- ~~ ~ ::~nc72::e:t~iE::'hTh::ei::~:iide"nl::::::'dLn~in:::lg" fIR 0 eKE TII /~" an~ h,a new, longer powor h~ The ~ron.ud i. , /'/--/. new, more dramatic. The chrome trim is new, more distinctive. /~// _ The whole silhouette is new, more exciting. The interiors fl I ~.'//~ I I fl n have been enhanced and "entranced" hy new upholsteries H l/:;4V X III1 II H and Custom-Lounge Cushions*. 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