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June reared that bunch of] Blood plasma is approximate.] A man's growth is seen in Bryant-Grandview [wmo.v ~o svPF.-v~ss , VICTORIA Judy Parrish. The Arlington Times 5 .~rs you carry, ~'rom seeds | ly 91 per cent water, and con-] the successive choirs of his [ CHURCH INSURANC~I~ [ Birthday ~,reetin~,s were T~,,..A~., I:',.k Q IQ~! A~ il's sowing.--Robert tains many other substances[friends.--Ralph Waldo Emer- Helen Sill [ Ed Vvriaht. Jr., Manager of[ Mrs. Agnes Danielson. corr. brou~,ht ~n M~s. Jim~" C~,nrbora ....... J ............ li g. J and solutions I son = I the Westside Investment Co, | , ....... ....... ~e and o Mrs- -E)on -"iVlacGreY-o~ .............. ~ - .......... - .............. - ..... ~ " " Sunda r ~ me vmmna rmu Monoay even- i "~---------1 Twins For the Stun Husbys ]Inc.:_ Arlington, was appomted[ ......y_,_M . _and Mrs. George Thursday at the Jim Garberg ing at which time among other f Old Mr. Stork brougnt a [ than'man oz me executive corn- I ~amwm motoreu to vancouver, home. The ladies enloved the h,,~,~,~ ,~,,,, n~oin~a ,7, ,~o,,h -- [ double bundle of joy to lVIr. and] mittee, on fireinsurance, for the [ where they metmr, and Mrs. afternoon socially plu's "getting bri~g~an "art~cle'o}"cl'oth']ng-"t'o -- t mm |[ ~ N I Mrs. Stan Husby at Arlington [ wasmngton uonierence ox ~Tee I l, eorge ~amwm or. ana son An. in on a cake from a $200 recir~ *h,~ ,o~t ,~,~,~i,a t,~u,.~,.a th,~i, U -- Has ital on Friday Feb 3 A I Methodist Churches, January [ drew and celebrated the first and two do~.~rt~ wt*h e,~ffoo r- =~,~,~,::;~::=~,~,~,,:L~,,+--.,~-- P "' " " " ' ir d " .................................. ~ .......P'~J=~" mP Y~m~fm~ 1[ A YAm[ m ] much longed for baby daueh [31, 1961 Mr Wight will have]b th ay of Andrew Baldwin .......... . ...... - - " " ". . - ~amroay evenmg o] last Mr aria lvirs Jack Anoerson i ~m]mi~ililli~ |[ U il=imn ~- | ter arrived bringin~ n~ a bnn~s [ the responmbihty of supervmmg| Mr. and Mrs. Emar He[stud I ........ ~" ~ m ~~ m ~ == m mm == == ~m~ ~ ~ ~ m~ ~ ~ | ~ h~h,, ~,-,~+~,~ ~---~=~,, ~'~,'~,~: ] the wrl[in9 of /~re i s ] took the oicers of the Victoria week lvir. ana Mrs. riarry .tian- vmited at the Ray Kappell home ~,,~ ~,,,,,~,, t,,j,,.,~,~,, o n urance on sen d ' , " , , er " a an Mrs. Hansens father, Saturda~ evenmg ,~ ~ [ other httle sons of the Husby s [ al] onf ence owned Dropertms i R nchers 4-H to the OfhcerI .............. [ ~ [ Little Leona Diane weighed] The Washington Conference]Training Conference at Mukil.] ~vIa~n~l~r:Ii~e~a~]~g~loSnl[e(~ At the community meeting [ ~ !~][~1~ rip ~ d~][ T~ l~[_i[~Tg~lUf~l~ | | ~v ] ] seven ~ounds, while Larry I is an international conference, [ tee Saturday. The officers ] ~ ", ,~ ~ Friday evening plans were ] ~ ][Mr.,~Ed~l ~1~ ~IU~ ['l'lr-l~.ll1~l~/-~hL | [ [ Dean til~ped the scales at seveh [ including British Columbia and ] Ire[ this group are President. l'~as~ ~mnwooo.. .started towards an April Fool's l ............................. [ ]: pounds, one ounce Mother m Alaska. The local Warm Beach [ Roll Homstad; Vice President. i ~raaley wno is with party. Further details wall be I .~m,'['~'x~l, .~al ~: [~ laNll ~V l l and babies are doing, uerfectlv I ~amp, and the Seattle Pacific [ Carol Ann Mostrom; Secretary, [ the ~a y in Bremerton ~pent brought up at the March meet- ~v~,a.~ v~, ~.,xa~ ~.~ ~xaa,v~ ~ua ~ - [ne week end a th W m , ~.a~ i [ and came h~,~ o- ~,~-,~o,, [ College, are among properties [ John Homstad; Treasurer Bar-I - t e am Brad. ing. )' " --~ /' Sunda ~ the Robert ]o~ tam Confere~)~e. [bara Lindquist and Reporter,[ ~vheO~end visitors at the Ted parSrrrY'sInmmiettaedst Mw~'k aF~sg~ ml Y g ! coral-~a, an-island--miles| ,T~v,vrn~ .... ~ ! Pedersen home were his broth-iso attending the funeral of Boursaw home were Mr and ' YYI"IIJ.]:~J 1"1 " - I PV ~[~t~[~l ~[~ ~[~(~m~~mr [I ....... "~ ]oft the French coast, Is famed] (Jl'~J~ ]er and slster.m-Iaw, Mr. and] Charles Parrlsh of St. John. ~ rvrua..,~n nr= ~~~ il i~lrs~.. (Aor(lon. l:llacKer._.~aryz|as the birthplace of Napoleon. [ Mrs. M Fleming, corr ]Mrs. Robert Pedersen, of Seat-I Sunday visitors at the Jack 1" /I o~,uy ~..,e u~ ~w~ry~vum|~/~.|tle. I Anderson home were Mr. anu [] who came for dinner. In the ] Mrs. Davey. ] Th~ For,,et Me Not Blue Bird ] Mr. and Mrs. Einar Ha[stud I Mrs Alfred Adolphson, of Ar- .... [I evening Mr.. and Mrs. Robert [ Mr. and Mrs. Ward A. Hoftell, |~m,~ ~t~:~n ~'~ ~ho h ....~ ] made a combined business and l lington, and Mr. and Mrs. Pat m am IN l rown, marc[ and Day,d of Ed-]Mrs. Hattie Davey and pleasure trip to Seattle Tues-] Fitch and children. Also on m ~ ~ [[ menus came. rney naa ~een [ Dagney Miettinen attended a ]Wedne.~dav' nftor.n~n~ ~r [ day. ] Fridav evening John Klos call- =1~ ~ ~ ]] inner guests, of Bob's parents, [ Democratic meeting on Camano |sct~ool~-E-lectlon-of'officers-was [ The Victoria Ranchers met at ] ed. - " [] Mr. and Mrs. R. U. Brown. ]Island on Monday night. They ]held and Donna Wicken was I-- ........ ]] Sven Lindell is recuperating ] heard Sam Long, director of ]chosen as president, Lois White [ [[ very well from his eye surgery ]Governor Rosellinis office, [as secretary, Kathy Bowman [ m ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ m |/1| | m~ [~ ]] He has enjoyed visiting with [speak on bills before the Legis. ]treasurer, Deby Fry and Brenda | / llJX .Wl Ui" /[ ma~y:rienhdSmWh~eha;:stSt~p::Jla~e" Birthday Club will meet ]L:n~f'~:nCa:otlelight~Sr'' [ Another new West Coast Telephone Service... m / ml He appreciates their thought-]this Thursday night at Evelyn [wiggins scribe~'Alice w .... ~[ [ulness in neiping wnile away De Lane's ~ ' ~__; ",;7.."__~:_"Y l mm [I . . . [ [flag bearer and J~,~ vvlggHl~,, m ~' i |1 the restless hours until ne )s] I have been asked to write the[salute and wish leader Differ- | m ] i IN able to resume his usual activ. [Bryant news column. The area lent articles made the nasf [ m 4' / m | m m m l i i [ties. /designated includes the vicinity [month wao . t.,+~.^- [ H ~ mL~i iL~im ~w i_. ~ ~ m ~/1 Tuesday mght, Jan. 31, ne, gh-[north, south and west of Bry-[made of a plastic can, different[ ~m~~ mln, n m -,= ~ ~ It- mm~l ]] bars of Mrs. Grace Nelson call- [ant and the Kackman road lkinds of animals mad,, ~ .... [ I ~ mmm~m~|m ~nmm~ed at her home to honor her'The e shoul- - - :[ ......... ] i[~i m~, ~ II .................... [ . r . a De mucn news o~, new kind of clay and painted., ~V " m If mrznaate. Mrs. ~mm wmmms|imerest in SUCh a large terri- JThe Camp Fire Mint sale start- i [I baked and beautifully decorated [tory I hope to make as good a F . . . . ed eb. 4th. We hope ever one - [! the birthday cake. Mrs. Mm-]correspondent as the previous ]in the community will ~oi~ to-[ ................. -~ ii nie .ainde!l .brought the. gift. ]reporters were. Please call in I gether to heln make it success- [ ~[~ m ~ ~ m~i r ~ m h tr .......,.... ' [[1~. dies the evemng .of [.news any evening or noon[ful.---Scribe, Cathy Wiggins. [ mm m m I ) H I II 1' rl ilROAKI I A surprise birthday dinnerI mv1 v mmml m mm m m m was given last Saturday eve- , I ]] Kallstrom, Clara Kackman ma busy place these days Their] .............. [ AND ~. __ A .... | [[Minnie Lindell, May McGrew,[daug ter, Mrs. Jack'~Iarden-]n~v~rn~:r~ng~:t~n~l~?~y , ~ a I ~ [ [[ Ragna Olson, Agnes Molstad [brook of Seattle and twin babies ] dinner" was ~'iven b-" her da'u'-h ~ m ~ m ~ m ~ P~,P ,P~ L nn ,mmhm J, tn mid -mm -m ; I] ndsthehnred guest'Grace/)rreathi me tehhe iePa nrtslter'in'law Get h- Ilium mJmm mmm.m mm] - n m m m u m m m m m m m m m l A bat)-" dau-hter was born to l- - " ..... - Imann at her home. The dinner iv mum m ram v I mm V ~ ~ Sm m Y g i oorn Jan. 61. ttosaim Jay also honored the birthday of o munu [m ) [[Mr. and Mrs. Art Lndell Sat.,/welghed seven pounds s)x]t.~sl,~t~ohm~,, ~ .... ~ ...... .... [ [[ Fe . 4.She weighed seven [ounces and her brother, Ronald/~.. _..~ ~ ................ --" ------ --'~ -'--- ~ ......... ~ ~ ~ ounds seven and one half . ~u~. ~.u ~w~-~. ouu ~.upe anu ~v~r. -- [[P ' " ]Jayslxpundsandfzveunces.[and Mrs Clvd~ C~nn~ l~i mm m ~m~ m~,m m ram ~ II ounces and was named Debra [Mother and children are all do- [ Mansford'dran~g-/s s--on~--r E! m ~S m ~ .m mm Jean. ing fine. 1 ~ P ~ " ~ I[ ............ n .... rk---[ ........... [ ng a bake and apronsale at ~m~m~m~v m m- mlm ,~ ~a, ~ ~ I]~A?~.-~ ,]~.~.n~l~fro~ ~.n,:l mr; ana Mrs. Anore xanmiElmer,s Serv-U on Saturday, m" I, I I ~rr,veu ounu~y u ~u m -" lanu ooys ox ~eatue ano Mrs. [Feb 11 Ir g'~g~l~l~l~ ~, ~ ~m~ mi~ ~, [[ e.horage: Alaska..They droye[ Frances Leva .and J anine of] Ann Tuckerwas hostess to the g urrr ~ , r m-m~ mmm. ~ ii sown me Alcan ri~gnway ~.n [Fort Lewis visited Saturoay at [White Horse Birthday Cl,,b ln~t ~ i~m=m~ ~ [] their httle Corvair. e raP[the John Udeen home. Mrs. Le-[Frida- ovo,,~-,~ - **,-, *,^---, --* I __ | # I I I :krs f~rdday2g rThfjftrYofaic~ ] Maonc~anyd wblafi~ey Ete.m~j~.eteU:tisl/G/Ace:ucken_ B~hdays hen: A brand new dim system has been placed in ) CUUK|Ih2i | | m-m | ][ were good with very l! le ion a business trip to California. ][urine Nerng oes Othe lgpa/e:e .... i ...... ~ I! TO EVERY ~ li Tnere. was Ice we t_ r ~. }n [ Aunt . Anna oMarcmgill re-]were Helen Swilling, Issabelle operauon zor uamano Island. So, Ca[one , u~ zn*- ~] . ~ ~/ {{ sunsnme par~ oz t ne way~ ~am[ turneo .name. xrom Ar~in.g~.on [Swilling, Kate Gilbert, Muriel k House / "k AD T.T j Ileal encun ere g .we aknava'l t sp)ta sommeS im r vaY t Den[an, and nOW joins thousands of communities--near ~" ~ j/ 1[ cat!on. H.e..and Mrs:. Markson[quite miserable with her back [~"~i~in~nie'~'i)av"is, accompanied ............... ~. ~ ~ ~ [ [ wm oe vmmng reiat~es nerc ]-at times. . [by her father and Kate Gilbert, anQ iar--wnlon you can cnal atrec Ire[ your ~ [[ s~prn~ CsU~e v~ee~eS" ~"~t~y ~iiJ ]W~?ereD~is t~o Cb) a~e.wlork day at ]~a~dedta~e ~P West Coast Telephone. Get the "DDD" ][ brother Albert atoB[:n~erta~ [_Bethel Chapel thm .Saturday. [Westley. While there they m i i m m ~ i ----==-- [[ ~Syern ~n~:m)~)r~on. On the [M~ndY ta~et3?erny~ing*inDe:a~. [lmea~eed ~rhsatMc~rSnslye~t~Yw habit on all your long-distance calls. It saves m m ~ , m m m I [ way home they expect ~..vmit [iness for the big work day, Sat., Brunswick, had recently passed . m m ~ ~ ~ ]] Gene's wife's people in wnnn. [February 25. At least twenty [away. yOU tnne and money J m mmm~mL ~ ~ [] The Happy Hour,.Brmge Clu~ [men from the Mt. Vernon Cov- [ The White Horse Community i ~ ~ | i I I [] met w)th Mrs;~at~e ~av_ey a~ [ enant Church are p!ann)ng .to IClub met last Wednesday at the m m In m m m m ii tne wara A. rm[~eue .nome on [come oown that flay to g~ve tnelclub rooms. Most of the mem- . [[ Monday. Those play}ng were!building project a boost. It is [bers met at ten o'clock in the m~ a~~am~= ~,~,-,~,~ .~ ~ ,,. ...... AI52TI~z~_rP[-17~7'~ ~ID ~~7~TT~T ~ llf .4 ~I/fTT'Lr Gr~/"ID~'~ i[ Betty Booker, Ruth Morrmon, [ hoped that the men who turn morning to start in with their xu .e~.~,UZ~JLLUU.U.e~I,I~ ~ISU, 21~1~ t~-~lU~lU z~J-~zz~ ~J~,.Jz~ ~ z' ~J-~ZVL]/J~ Z' X'lirllL#.t x.)l(..~.~t,l.~ [[ Mac Pautzke, Esther Ver~,l out this Saturday will be able rug braidin~ Dinner was served m -------J[ Dagney Miettinen, Anna[to complete the many little de- at noon. 13~ring the business ISLAND NUMBERS HAVE BEEN Wan smo Flora Larson ana aft mmmmm Wangsmo, Flora Larson ~ [ t " s in preparation for the meeting it was announced that - -~ ~-~A----.7~~---A~~,L~~a. work to be started on the Sun. election of officers would take r~ra~vt~w ~,.-~. ~-^~, ~,~.~ ,-,..~,,m,,..~ ~~~mm)~(~m~~~~i day School rooms. Helen Sill place at the March meeting. ~.,,xz.z'~'~.c,u. ~m',~U~, XUU Ul~Mt~ J~l~5"i" ,, will 'be serving dinner at her Amy Estep and Mabel Wicken home. PERSONAL IVORY SUNSHINE HI-HO'S 37c HONEY 99 PURINA ZO.Lb. Dog Chow 1.29 L STANDBY Pie Cherries 5/Sl. GET YOUR HANSEN'S ROMAN MEAL aREAD HERE Sm. 31 c TOMATOES CELLO TUBE ........................ CELERY "It is easier to , be critical than correct." GOOD for we are having a Pancake Feed on Friday & Saturday, Feb. 10 and 11. You are cordially invited to feast upon hot- cakes, sausages and loads of syrup. Free hot coffee. Prices below effective 7 full days from, Thurs., Feb. 9th thru Wed., Feb. 15th. 2-Lb. Drip or Reg. Can 10 Bars ASSORTED COLORS 400 Count 6 PAX STUBBIES Z/z CASE BOTTLES 24 BOTTLE CASES Reg. or King Size Cans Everything to Co Seven-Up 2s.o, Bottles Squirt 2/33c ............ e.oz. 45c ......... 55C SHASTA 6 .................. 55c Various Flavors Plus Deposit L A v ~_~ ~~~~~~ ~_ GROUND REAL LEAN Not a Special Sale Grind Patio Pack ..... BLUE BELL POTATO CHIPS CENTENNIAL Pancake Mix RA TH'S Breakfast Sausage LANCENDORF , ANGEL CAKES HOURS SUNDAY We're Open When the ~est are Closed. Right to Limit Above Prices effective at the Darrington Store Thursday-Friday,Satu~day, Feb. 9'i0-11. xxx Pak 4 Lb. 8-Oz. Can ! RESH 2Stalk 25C 'N CRISP Grendview Country Garden Club will meet Thursday, Feb. 16 at ,the Recreation Center at one o clock. Hostesses will be IAtlian Austin, Audrey Hern and Kay Peterson. Mrs. Barry Miller and sons Lance and Jeff and Clayton Kline spent Friday to Monday with the Bruce Miller family in Yakima. Mrs. Lester Haddenham and Sharon visited Sunday at the Brendemuhl home. Mrs. Arthur Fullerton and Vernon Wolford took the train to Spokane Thursday to attend the funeral of their aunt, Mrs. Fannie Lea on Friday. She was the last relative on their fath- er's side of the family. There~ was quite a trace of the nine inch snowfall that had blanket- ed Spokane last Sunday. At midnight Friday when the train left for their return, the temperature was 45 degrees Everett Wolford of Seattle and Margaret Pendell of Wen- atchee also attended their aunt's services. Mrs. David Carlson enjoyed being reminded of her birth- date ~ant ei'~g~)sodraYa eF:bc e! o - , . when n di a for a social afternoon. The! ladies brought refreshments and many lovely cards. Those present were Mrs. Charles Nel. son, Mrs. Art Smoke, Mrs. Geo, Hawkinson, Mrs. Cliff Nelson, Mrs. Carl Nelson, Mrs. Melvin Monty, Mrs. Marilyn Elder and Mrs. A. C. Benson. Mrs. Cecil Smoke dropped in later. Mr. and Mrs. Art Meyer and daughters were dinner guests Sunday at the David Carlson home. Cathy and Amy Carlson and Sheryl and Janie Meyer prepared and served the meal while their mothers enjoyed the luxury of the service. Wednesday evening, Carl Nel- son and Christy and Lynn and Clayton Kline put up plaster board at the church. All the board is in place now until the furnace is moved to the base- ment. Sunday visitors at the J. N. Smith home were Mr. and Mrs. Don Hoffman, Debbie, Traey and Shelley of Mr. Vernon. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith of Seattle and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Frasier of Redmond. Remember the Ladies' Aid meeting Thursday at the church. Members are reminded to bring a gift item for the fall bazaar. Mfsses Judy and Roberta Brendemuhl sang at the East- ern Star meeting Wednesday. The Busy Bees meet with Mrs. Gordon Houser this Thursday at one o'clock. Dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Aberge were their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Aberge and Jeffrey of Mercer Island and his wife's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Keith SelUnger of Utah. Grandview Boys and Girls 4-H Club met at Edna Brende- muhrs home Thursday night. Demonstrations were discussed won the raffle. Gerda Skaglund is the one birthday for March. Hostesses for the next meeting are Helen Swilling, Amy Estep and Jessie Beck. It was an-! i nounced that Mrs. Whitson was i in the Haven Wood rest home in Marysville and would appre- ciate cards and letters from her friends. and the group participated in a demonstration. Junior Leaders are planning to attend a council in Manrysville February 9. Bryant Grange will meet Friday night. The subordinate Grange will be held downstairs while the Juniors are to occupy the upstairs in order to practice ritualistic work. An interesting program is to be presented by all the bachelors. TO CAMANO, MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE CORRECT NEW NUMBER. Serving the fastest growing communities in the U. 8. A. WEST COAST TELEPHONE COMPANY (Motor Trend CAR OF THE YEAR Award goes to Tempest!) The editors of this top-. o ....... azine voted solidly for Pontiac's new- comer--the Tempest. Here's what they said: "We studied 28 American cars. The Tempest flexible driveshaft is the most sensible, dependable power train we've seen!" "Equalizing the weight on the front and rear wheels gives the Tempest great traction and ride." "The Tempest 4-cylinder engine should do wonders for gas economy." Take it from these car experts. See your Pontiac dealer. 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