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[! fi ( 8 - The Arlington TIMES - Wed., Jan. 26, 1983 Arlington Christian School News Spelling bee February 18th will be the Annual School Spelling Bee. On March 1st the Territorial Spelling Bee for 11 private schools will be held at Arlington Christian School. Walk Thin the Bible Cliff Appleby is coming to Arlington to lead a "Walk Thru the Old Testament," from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 5 at the Arlington Assembly of God church, II Manford Sodey Manford Sorley, 71, of Arlington, died January 13, 1982 in an Arlington hospital. He is survived by his widow, Dora. The funeral was held on January 15 at 1 p.m. in the Solie Funeral Home, Everett. Burial took place in Cypress Lawn Cemetery. Bowling Company alley mechanic. He was dren; mother, Ethel Smith a former member of the Moose and the sister, Maxine Scher of Eagle organization. Fishing and hunting brothers, Millard of Marysv~ were his favorite hobbies. Port Gamble, Art of Aberd~ Mr. Atkins is survived by his wife, Eva, Lynnwood and Oliver of At[ of the family home; his son Ralph of Port Military funeral services Orchard; his daughter, Eleanor McLean of Tacoma on Monday, Jan. 2~ Olalla; two brothers, Lee Atkins of Arlington and Doyle Atkins of Sequim; sisters. Lore Tucker and Dorothy Welch of Everett. He is also survived by three grandchildren and two great grandchil- dren. Funeral services were held January 21 in the Weller Funeral Home. The Reverend David Herwick of Faith Luther- an Church officiated. In memorials may be made to Trinity Lutheran Church, Everett,or Faith Lutheran Church, Lakewood. 29 donated Mack L. Smith Mack L. Smith, 85, died Friday, Jan. 14, blood drawl Winter retreat sponsored by Arlington Christian School. ZolaF. Jenkins 1983. A native Californian, Cliff spent the first RuthM. Perrigo Zola F. Jenkins, 85, of Arlington, died He was born Jan. 13, 1898 in Miller Twenty-nine donors 21 years of his life in that state. During that time he earned his Bachelor of Arts Ruth M. Perrigo, 78, of Arlington, died January 18 in Stanwood. River (Berlin), Wash. He was the son of blood drawing held at the degree from Axusa Pacific College, suddenly at her home on January 22. She was born Oct. 30, 1897 in Cumro,pioneer Skykomish family, Mr. and Mrs. January llth. They included Richard t Azusa, Calif. Even more important than She was born Dec. 7, 1904 at Trafton Neb. and had resided in the Arlington Millard Smith. He was married to Ethel Murphy, Linda McPherson, l~de. his degree, however, was receiving Jesus and attended Trafton and Arlington area since 1947. She was a member of th~ Hardin of Cashmere, Nov. 29, 1917. He ley, Kermit Lamie, Alex [~vo Christ as his Savior and Lord during his schools. She was a life member of Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Dayworked many years for the U.S. Forest Nerland, Bill Lashua, Tad M~.en freshman year at college. For his Master Arlington Unit 76,American Legion Saints. Service. He lived in Arlington from 1935 Merritt, Rhonda Robinson, ~is t of Divinity degree Cliff chose Western Auxiliary. Sheleaves two daughters, Eva Seigfried until 1951. when the family moved toMilton Lane, Marianne Cat~ati Conservative Seminary in Portland, Ore. She leaves two daughters, Louise of Arlington and Marie Thomas of Aberdeen. He retired from the Grays Skaglund. JeffBates, Gall B ll[ CrandaU of Arlington and Lorraine Sather Madras, Oreg.; a son, William L. (Bud) Harbor Log Scaling and Grading Bureau Behner, Abbie Pharazen, .~he Cliff's experience includes construction of Riverside, Calif.; two Sisters, Mrs. WiUard of Everett; a sister. Lela Reed of" in 1%4. He was a veteran of WWI and Lloyd Mllhgan and Leo Ba!t~ I work, and employment at Mt. Hermon Christian Camp for three summers. HeFurman Snelson of Trafton and Eva Sciota, I11.; a brother, Eldon Abbott in ~ served with the U.S. Army in France." " tl~re Also donating were .-;f.. also has served as Minister of Children at Hibbard of Kirkland; a brother, Claude Nebraska; 11 grandchildren; two step- He leaves his wife, Ethel, of Aberdeen; "gallon-plus" donors: Leroy,~ent Brazelton of Arlington; four grandchildren grandchildren, 26 great grandchildren and daughter, Maxine Scher of Cumberland; i Redwood Chapel Community Church, and six great grandchildren, ten great great grandchildren, six sons, Millard of Marysville, Arthur of Gildrov, Linda Blacker, Tim ~wi~ Castro Valley, Calif., and Minister of Funeral services willbe Wednesday at 2 Funeral services were held Saturday in Aberdeen, Robert of Tacoma, Lindley ofLane, :l'eresa Smith and Catl~ g Youth and Christian Education for Bethel p.m. in the Weller Funeral Home. The the Weller Funeral Home. Interment was Purl Gamble, Mack of Lynnwood and The department would like Baptist Church, McMinnviUe, Ore. of the donors and Evelyn I~ f Reverend Paul Walker will officiate, in Cypress Lawn Cemetery, Everett. Oliver ofArlington;twobrothers, Ralph of Top priority in Cliff's life goes to his Blacker, Linda Blacker, TereJ wife, Tricia, son, Todd and daughter, Interment will be in Arlington Cemetery. Jeff Bates for helping at th~ Thursday, Jan. 27th, and Friday, Jan. 28th. the high school students will attend a winter retreat at Mt. Baker. The schedule includes skiing, outdoor and indoor games, devotionals and lots of food ! Jeanine. Running and playing chess provide relaxation when possible in Cliff's busy schedule. Registration for Walk Thru the Bible information is available at Arlington Christian School, 435-3133. Anniversary Somehow or other, it seems that Floyd and Janet Welborn managed to celebrate their 32nd anniversary without the Sisco Raiders finding out until after the fact. A belated congratulations! Now don't you feel just a bit sneaky? "'Clarence" and "Clarabell" were disappointed to discover they had missed such a special occasion! For sale? A family ranch, a machine shop business, a pickup and canopy and some elusive red snapper have come on and off the sales market quite rapidly this week. One would have some difficulty believing depressed economy statistics considering how quickly these "deals" have closed. Holiday overseas Dr. and Mrs. Kahm. with their two children. Natalie and young Edward, recently returned from visiting Phil's family in Tahiti. It has been several years since Phil had last visited her family, and spending the holidays with them this year was very special to her. Nice to have you home safely. Happy Birthday January seems to be a busy birthday month in this neighborhood. A special birthday wish for happiness goes to Sally Anderson on January 24th and Marvin Bart on January 30th. Another BIRTH-day: Glen and Kathie Bunkelmarr. are the proud parents of a baby daughter, born at Cascade Valley Hospital on January 14th. Lenora May Bunkelman weighed in at 7 Ibs. ISJA ozs., and came home to 12009 -99th Ave. NE by noon on January 15th. Congratulations /~ Glen and Kathie. Some very proud grand- parents in the form of Bruce and Ada Mae Bunkelman have been bragging around the neighborhood, though quite modestly of course. Fire District #22 Firefighters responded to an aid call for an automobile accident at 84th St. and Highway 9 on Sunday, Jan. lbth, an aid call on 87th St. on Jan. 17th and a chimney .... fire at 980b -99th Ave. NE on Jan. 21st. Radio license class ( Silvana news ) A free amateur radio novice license bylreneVognild-652-7319 course will be offered starting Feb. 3 by the H.A.M.S. Club of Marysville. The first class starts at 7:30 p.m. and will be held in the Jennings Park Barn. Call Bruce Hocking at 334-6167 for more information. till I ( V,ct0rianews ) by Mrs. Henry Molstad - 629-3497 Sick list Many of our neighbors are hospitalized or on the sick list. Among them are Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schei, Mrs. Oscar Schei, Virgil Fasnacht, Mrs. Pete Snartemo, Mrs. Pat Fitch and Mrs. Herbert Fridlund. We wish a speedy recovery to each and everyone. Weather Can January's spring weather this year hold fast or is it just the calm before the storm? February and March have been winter months in past years. At least by then "Spring is just around the Corner". Ladies Aid February 2 in Freeborn Ladies Aid's meeting date with hostesses Mrs. Art Sortland. Pare Hoidal and Lois Heichel. A cordial invitation is extended to all for Wednesday's 1:30 p.m. meeting at the social hall. Birthday Saturday afternoon Clara Seaberg of Everett, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sundberg of Warm Beach, the John Traegers of Mount Vernon and Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Danielson brought greetings to Katrina Traeger on her third birthday at the Henry, Molstad home. Aunty Doris and Grandma Agnes were also remembered. Sunday a party for Katrina at the Traeger home included Mr. and Mrs. Steve Blair, son, Jason, and daughter. Melanie, Mr. and Mrs. Tim Stratton and children. Aaron, Stacey and Shawn, Mrs. DeBIosie and son, Alex. and daughter, Crystal, Doris Danielson and. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Molstad. Guests Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Schei were guests of the Jerry Schei family Sunday for dinner at Chuckanut Manor in honor of Mr. and Mrs, Oscar Schei's wedding anniversary and Mrs. Schei's birthday. Auxiliary to meet Josephine Sunset Home Auxiliary will meet on Friday at 1 p.m. in the Home Chapel. All members are invited to attend. Freeborn LCW will be in charge of the entertainment and refreshments for the afternoon. Bethany Home Auxiliary Bethany Home Auxiliary met last Friday. Thirty-seven women attended. A mini-rummage sale is planned for Friday, Feb. 11. Their cookbooks are ready for sale and are on display at local churches. Homemakers Club Progressive Homemakers Club met at the home of Mrs. Oliver Nysether on Friday with seven members present. Clara Wahl gave the day's topic. The hostess gift was won by Nina Stave. In December the group, together with their husbands, met for a potluck at the Storwick home. The group enjoyed a gift exchange. Cards of Thanks The kindness and sympathy of neighbors and friends in our recent sorrow will always remain with us a precious memory. Our sincere thanks and grat!tude for all those comforting acts. The family of Girvin L. Baker Words can not adequately express our deep appreciation for the many acts of kindness and sympahthies throughout the time of the illness and passing of our loved one, Peter Fingarson. His family We would like to express our sincere thanks to our many friends,neighbors and family who attended our 50th wed- ding anniversary open house, Sunday January 16. Also for the lovely gifts and beautiful cards. Special thanks go to our children for making the day a very happy one. James and Marie Taylor Norman Sigvartsen Norman Sigvartsen, 67, of Everett, formerly of Arlington, died January 18 in an Everett hospital. He was born October 27, 1915 in Spirit Lake. Idaho, and resided in Arlington for a number of years and in Everett for the Charles C. Atkins Charles C. Atkins. 78, died December 29th, 1982 in Harrison Memorial Hospital in Bremerton. Mr. Atkins was born July 11, 1904 in Crab Orchard, Tennessee. He moved with his fanfily to Snohomish County when he was two-years of age. He served in the past 24 years. U.S. Army and the Everett National He leaves a daughter, Mrs. Robert Guard. Anacortes and Gerald of Skykomish; 16 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren. Memorial services were held in Aber- deen Monday. Jan. 17, 1983. Robert P. Smith Robert P. Smith (MSgt. USAF Retired), 54, died Thursday, Jan. 20, 1983 at Madigan Army Hospital in Tacoma. He was born January 14, 1929 in Miller River, Wash. He lived in Arlington from Senior Center dance- potluck on January 26 o, b.ot , was ma..o W .t on., ont rin ,.e in ,948 S i, Robert of Lynnwood; a sister, Laura Barr on Nov. 12. 1930 in Mount Vernon. He retired as a Master Sergeant and lived of Everett, and three grandchildren, Former residents of Marysville, they in Tacoma until his death, o ~ v potluck supper and dl hclcl Wednesday, January 26 Jeffrey, Craig and Susan Olsen and moved to Port Orchard in 1940. He is survived by his wife, Violete; o:30 p.m. Donations will be! numerous nieces and nephews. 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