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Fishing Season The Arlington Times 7 Thursday, Feb. 9, 1961. Opens April 23 April 23 is set as the opening USDA SeCreta M,s. M. ,eod ey -- Phone GE 5-20 4 day for the regular summer low- M i:,,., land lake trout season this year. eves to. -vand ttigh lakes and streams of _ I - western Washington and all ]Pilchuck Council Dinner Meet Jaomplete Military ~ervlce waters in the extreme south- FOODS for Needy ~.The annual dinner meetin.g of] Stanley Turkovitch, son of eastern counties will open on l"llchuck Council of Camp Fire lMr and Mrs. Matt Turkovitch May 21. 'Under this new order, weare fiirls was held last Tuesday I anal Paul and Glen Hurn receiv- The daily bag limit of trout providing essential food .for .~ _evening in the First Baptist Ied honorable discharges Febru- for the 1961 fishing season will those who need it and at the ~hureh hall, Everett. Miss El- I ary 2 from the U.S. Marine Corps. be 12 fish or 6 pounds and one same time assisting American en Rowe, national associatel Paul and Matt remained in fish, with non-licensed juven- farmers by action that will help director, was introduced byl Riverside, Calif. where they iles limited to 8 fish or 4 pounds to decrease our agricultural ~aster of ceremonies, Dave Jplan to work. Glen left Wed- and one fish. surplus." ~lelms, and during the course] nesday for Kennewick following The State Game Department This is how Secretary of Ag- her address, presented PI1.- I a visit with his parents, Mr. and reports that many requests for riculture Orville L. Freeman de. 'etlUck Council a national Cl- | Mrs. Carrel Hurn. He plans to the fishing regulations are al- scribed the prompt action taken ration in recognition of out- [ work with his brother Dale on ready being received in the to carry out President Kennedy's Standing service to the Nation-[ Columbia River tugboats. Dale mail first executive order--to expend ~1 program Among others sit-[ was discharged on December 5 The pamphlet containing the variety of food distributed to needy families in the Nation l~ng at the pioneer s table and I from the Army and is residing summer fishing regulations will introduced with recognition for] in Kennewick with his wife and not be available until the latter Ways are also being studied to ong service were Mines. Ednal two children, part of March. Persons wishing expedite the distribution of food to meet human needs where Verd, L. S. Batdorf, and. Mr.l ~ to obtain a summer fishing 0~er He:lm:~toetinn:blPereStlt%~tu/Scl~oel Principals .Meet s nt pamphlet are urged to hold those needs are really pressing, ', ~ g p t~ "/ Mr. oonn DanuDio repro e - their requests until that time particularly in areas of high lng the dinner were Mrs. Dave| ed this district at the meeting or wait until pamphlets become unemnloyment. .~elms, Dr: L. S~ Satdorf, Mr.[ of the Washington Association available at local license yen- The Washington State Heart Association has chosen the Thf ....., ............. ann Mrs. Jonn ~nselman, Ivtrs. | of Secondary School Principals, dors. Burling twins as Heart Mascots for the month of February- nn:~;~o,~.~"~"a" invo'l~'~'~" '~nn"o'~ Heart Month throughout the country. Sharon is pmturea to t e nork and aravv dry edible nea vernon Rice, Mrs Chari~IerS.[ held Thursday and Friday at .... O.o . ..... h ............................ urewe, Mrs. Willis ,Krlox,. "1 the University of Washington. .~,-,~|hAcbl ~'leh~r left and Shirley to the right. Shirley is the living example of suc- beans anti'dried w]~ole egg ~ol- .aVid,Mrs. Clarence Brooks, lwrs./ t outs Bruno state Superintend- ~.l*~aaai,~ ~l@uau~ cessful heart surgery. She received the blood for the heart oper- id. ;rh~o nurohn~,~ will mrla a~ne Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Lar- ] ~lt of public instruction was i Although streams were high ation from the Heart Association The twins are holding up copies ~,ni-f+"r~t~'~'~'~- a"'"nt-,~ ' - b Heart A oci tion --o ................... ,- ...... Kirchgessner and Mrs. Palm- [ speaker at the Thursday lunch- ! and cloudy last week-end there of Happy Heart -- a pubhcatlon prouuced y ss a f~od~ thn~ ~iH~nlvir~ tho m~r e .............. ~r"v "~ ........... er Lurid. Larry] eon, and during the conference was some success by steelheadvolunteers and distributed to heart cases throughout the stat . ~ontlal nutritlnnn| olorn~t a member of the Board of DIr-| speakers discussed improved] fishermen. Ten steelhead were If you know of a child with a heart condition that would like need'ed-l~v t'i~e'a,~n"r'ox'imatei~J~3"'g ~tors+ . I techniques .fur teaching, math- I checked on the Sauk where 61 to receive" the pubhcatmn" " , please be sure and send In' the name, rnilH~n_ + ~wor~,~r~'in ..... a') ~t~,,e:~..~ I ematlcs, science, Iormgn lang Ho-~ a*~dal shower " _ .... i Mr and Mrs E V Strandberg of Rt. 5, Arlington an- I fishermen were interviewed. On address, and date of birth to the ........... Washington State Heart AsSO-nt ................. w'"l~ ~n"n~ r~oolvo flnu~, .... e~r,~" " ui''~=~-~,,''~ .... venin~ in[ uages, ano conrroverma~.mater- I nounce" the engagement of their daughter, Verna May, to[ the ~ortn ~'orK Of the Stilly 6~ ciation, 3121 Arcade Bldg., Seattle I. Tne Cmla must De a resloe ro~n] nt~nf~t rlri,~d miILt ~i,~ p ............. --] .-- ... e, ! ial.~al vioe el bnonomisn ~ ..... ~ ^ ....... ~ M~ ,,~n M~ ~ W Amy af .gn~kano I fishermen uuestioned had 12 of Washington State. Shirley and Sharon live at 18023 10th N.E., iard'an;(bu~ter: ............ "~' a0 " Kell lnorsen , u,,~ ,,,. ,~.,,~, ,.,, ............................ J --- -r ....... .- nor of Miss y will represent this State at the .... fish, avers m 6 ounds + -. . teens marie avaHaole to me Was Mrs Jack Thorsen, not[ National Conclave of Secondary Miss Strandberg m a graduate of Maryswlle H~gh School and I g g p . Seattle The girls send in drawings and stories for publication in .~ 7 : " . ...... Mrs Homer Thorsen, as erron-] ........................=- received her nursing degree from the University of,Washing- [ . ---- o-~---- tiappy tiearu states under the Department of ~CDOO l--~JllclpaJ5 to ue II~ILI lil ...... eOusly reported in the February] .............. ' ton. Her fiance, a graduate of Paclhc Lutheran Unlverstty, is ]]~:e~|*~,,, $~,~ ]~-,~- Agriculture's food distribution ~e~roI~ ~evruary u to ~ affiliated withusa a~ I.II~ ~-11 '~ issu~ af the Times On Janu- / a third year medical student at UW. He i~ " " ] ][~ ,Y ~ ][~|| [~,,,*,~,,, ]~,~J^ ~^w I |~~,~ V~ ~{~,~-- I program are delivered in carlot ~'Y 25 -1VIrs. Wilfred Williams| Melvin AI~ son of Mr Alpha Kappa, medical fraternity A June wedding is plan- [ Washington's Birthday, Feb.g-H~ 1,~1~ tvg~C l-u| ] #.~;~g~aa t~ ~.~ I quantities to points designated entertained with a miscellan-/ana Mrs Melvin Reitz observedned. [22, will be a legal holiday, and -- I11 o! , r~ ! ~ I by the State agencies These eous shower for Miss Thorsen ! h;:fi~," hirthAnv ~gturd,v At , ~'1 residents of Arlington are re- ~'~-,~*~mee A~*~ f nam DO00I reD. 1~ [agencies are responsible for .................. ~ ....... ~. . . ~v~,a~oo a-~[~,~,u I ........ b I properly storing, handling and .~Philip Noraquist o Route 1, [ the Reitz home in the evening to DEBATE TEAM ACTIVE IHOUSEWARMING ] mmded that the Arhngton Post IA ham snoot Wnl ~e stages y ] distributing, determining ellgi- American Legion nave for sale l~Verett won the Hereford heifer I bring him a gift and enjoy The debating team of Arling- I On Saturday evening friends] .......... With the work on the 1-A[the Arlington American Legion.I bfllt" " v of recl'n'lents, and nroor_...g am a quantity ot new 3u star u .~onated to the March of Dimes|party refreshments were Mr. ton High School, with Robert]of Mrs. Marjori~e Breon held a] ........ ".~ - ":. " overpass well advanced crewslPost at the Airport trap rangeI su_en~'rv'im_n.o - 0 was ~mgs Tne z~ag snoum De ms t'Y William E. Cornehl. It _v [ and Mrs. Vernon Reitz, Mr. and Tschirgi, coach, visited the EJC [ housewarming at her new resi- [ playeu" " .......... on al~ nauonal nonaays" were busy last week with clean- [ on Sunday, Feb. 19. The event [ i affled off by the group in E -]Mrs. Fred Westland and Ed last Monday and took part in[dence on First Street The time[ ~ "up on the job and the work of[will start at 10 a.m. and will[I L S. Batdorf and I A vaenune " of red and w~t e~a~" "m~u ~cn~ uum!~ -~,,~ ~..=-~__T--- ~. ~,-"-,~,~ --~ - approach got under way this I games for all, including a spe-I[ ~|~|~ urere~tt"s Mrs.lKaye'flBr'y'antmotif-t-h:ehdistrict d"ebateturlnamen--tlWaShs~pents l''n'frma2"]yeand re [~LEB~K~HLD~XM~E~gII~N~making the fill for the south]run all day, with events andll +il ' 4. J. Phelan of the dental ed-[ white decorated the recreation Everett to Blaine. The subject [ and Mrs. Waiter tlolmstaa, ivlr. week. Material from the cut at[cial shoot for the ladies, and[ [ ~ ~1 omen s " lye h the nlted and Mrs L Gles , Vie Pearson The Rebekah Executive Club : cation committee, W I room of the Philip Bjorn homo was: Rose d: t at U ' [ . Y . , . ! ...... " - brow of the hill above the over- [ a live turkey chase for boys[] ||L|| + :~ Auxiliary of Washington State[ for the birthday party held Fri- Nations shou,!d be significantly[ Mr. and Mrs. Lewis wheeler me~wlr.n, a no .nostess.~uncneon pass is being used for the fill] and girls 10 years and under. [[ i Uental Association and Mrs.] day evening for Miss Susan strengthened[ and on the team] and daughter ~a.erry, Donrtut- at ~'ronuer vn! roe. ta. + and is being spread and corn- I Refreshments will be served[ [ ideas in Insurance ke~ the + George Herley were in Tacomal Bjorn who Was 10 years old are: Tom Peterson, Bill Bustard, lton, the Rev. ann mrs. u. ~ient- There were tmrteen presenu pacted as thet fill is built, by the American Legion Aux-I I ZNSUaa.~CE AwENeY, z~ N~. i, last Thursday and Friday where[ Following games and contests Elaine Olson, Delores Kroeze,[ jes, Mr.and Mrs.: Ed, Officers for the ensu .g., year ~: mympic, comtantly on it. toes. they attended the State Ex-[ Mrs Bjorn served luncheon to Gerry York and Joe Wiggs. Mr.]Lassie t~ogers, eansy ~o~gers, are: rresmenL ~oony ~nielana |~' ]1 You know a good agent we~ts out eeutive Board meeting. [the" following guests: Judy Tsehirgi announces that the]Betty Baker, Jerry Kluin and of Arhngton;..vice-pres., Ruth,/ IAmm mm mmmm--OT sPns bY g i[]'/Ithe Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Bartlett[ Wheeler Melinda Hendrickson, team will appear at' Mt. Baker[ Nancy, Mr. an~ ~ars. riarvey Jones ot LOWell; sec.-~reas., t~a- of Bremerton were here last/ Susan Lord, Wendee Thompson, High Feb 13; Pacific Lutheran] Hood and family of Mountlake chel Birch of Sultan, and report- ~, Monday to visit with Mr. and[ Debbie Kirchgessner, Christy University Feb. 24-25; Puget]Terrace, Mrs. H. A. MacDonald or, Naomi Niehart of Everett. ,/ Mrs.+ J. W. Wiggs and family.[ Pale Elizabeth Nobel, Christy Sound University March 9-10-11,] and Mrs. E. J. Kieser of Marys- _Next meeting to be held in ~'['They and Mrs Wiggs drove to[ Strotz, Peggy Swensen, Glenda an a later[ville. M~:ville sMt:sYs 3with Al~e + :='Anacortes where they called on] Campbell, Sandra Sargent, ~a~e. u~n.ey wnJ. also .~e a~ me] be "Owi ARLINGTON PO~T NO. 76 o. c g , also the good agent will Mrs. Gertie Reivere. [Hester Bergan, Charlene Peter- ~.ions UlUO, ann Will De napPY ICHURCIt OFFICERS "+_. j ~ nunvi-cu at tn,+ ~ AMERICAN L~OlON ~ii ~, On Monda Loren Stone,[ son, Lois Despres and Julie to meet with other organiza-] INSTALLATION meeung. Y - tions i~ invited Guests a t t e n d i n g were: raana er of TV Channel 9, ed [ B]orn of Mt Vernon, who spent " | All ersons holding a position g " "" .... i , P Blanche Mickelson Lowell; Vi / AT ARLINGTON AIRPORT LII ,re'an ~cationa~c~O~ ~oanSferatwth~l/ tahn~ ~oen~eWim nor cousn, EArdgdrieSJnn ~/eUady+pr~ent~l~sstheblSyU~a~odSCh~lrc~ .wthl~ rMi~:le~foAfSUl~n2nd Faye Cher ~ "'" SH~'d:;,7~:u:;yl; !1 WL~K t 10:30 a.m. }l I out more shoes than the av~a~e ] .......... ~tl person. We thL~k this is I gOOd [ L~ CHASE FOR BOYS AND GIILLS ~ [ agency and want It tO be Jnst , 10 YEARS AND UNDER ~11 that Mr and Mrs Rodney Roberts/ Gustav Unrau, Mr andand Mrs.M ors, an increase of 24 workers:l dent, Mrs. Mand r Mrs Rogers," an, ern part of the state While"[ SJLADY'S SHOOTLADY'S SHOOT ')11 ~n~ ~I~"| "| (nee Sonja Lewis) and baby| Pete Peterson, Mr. ,~ok;,~, i* nossibl,, the lar~e~tJvIeepresldent here they visited with Mr Mill- GAME -- G~,o--,.~,=~--~.S -- GAMES i Son Christopher left Sunday for| Charles gatthiesen, Mr. and bo~;'o~ volunteers in an,, ~neIsecretary'treas" On Friday eve-i er's aunt Mrs Wm Moni~ar ~,~~~t: ...... I I |~Jl~ I-I[IL 111 Long Beach, Calif., following[ Mrs. Ossie Rusko, Mr. and Mrs. ,,~,u~h or~nization " [ning the Young Adults class Mr Miller resiled in" Arlington his v rum the U S The~y[ Bill Strotz, Mr and Mrs Calvin ...... [ met at the parsonage, with Mrs , as a boy and spent some ~m~ ~ Refreshments Served by Ladies Auxiliary I - Were!eg~eesfts of Mr. and Mrs.| Vanassche of "Snohomish, ]Vh'....Jascha G.alperin _and Loma[ d ~namoer~aln presentec~ a sonata Rientjes teacher Twenty-seven ] lodking over the+old home to~n_ ~ ~ ~ ~ I ~---- --- .- Don Lewis and family, and|and Mrs. Waiter Steinke an ............ n~-~a-. -w-i-- -t]persns enjoyed smorgasbord:] ~, ~;" ~; ; ~ ............. m. Other relatives here. / son Dean of Granite Falls, Mrs. ~.-~c~ua~ vveu~ ~u y ~- ~..~ a [ Mr. and Mrs. ~ill Tanner or] . ................... n. e the home ot ~vr anu ~v~rs Ar w resented a strol Sundav dinner ~uests of Mr | Carrie Vanassche, Mrs. Elsi.~ ~.++ .... __ _" "]Everett ere p "1 + tour ++age In ,:veret~ Among and M~" Philli~ B~orn and[ Mullin and children Sharon and .........1 ....... :7 ..... t^ller for the!rnew baby. Mr. and ' [a.mily were Mr. and Mrs. Tony l Char+es- Mrs Ruth Schel,+Mrs. Bohannon, nlaving the piano[ .... k.~_+rl, jensen +o~ r ul,~man! } I } q + 8"orn and children of Mt Vern- Jennte unoerwooo, Miss r~eten ...+,. a~r:..t...~ ~..-:_ . ....++_..-. .'-. I attttllugu tilt: ~ .... + ...... j " *~'lt/l .Wll~ll~:ffl X-U/'J/I~ VJU/IJllSL, Ill i on and Mr and Mrs Walt Mort- [ Underwood, Wilbur Strotz, the ,,~,,,~,+~,~,,, h,, ~ .... ~ .... [ morn ng. ~ I I +i " e S ~ "~'~ "+'~ on of Lakewood honoree and the host S . ~ ................. I -- -- t I those in Arlington On Monday evening the She- [ The Misses Morrine Torske, M ! Mrs Frank Yost entertaineo ......... [ ~n't~rdmv to attend the funeral homlsh County Cosmetologmts[Betty Hovik and Judith Starr, ~ t I e ~" ....... J ' fast Wednesday in honor of h r I ~, ,,.. t,~,~ t,,~,~n were Paul Assn. presented a benefit show,[ Grand Representative of the ~ ~ ~ daughter Roberta, who was 101 ........ Famous Ladies on Parade in[s" " " Pen " " - serv sin' or, theano [ ta e nsylvanla, in Wash i~+egr~a~de The ~Oecm:ra~n~ inn~losS" Mel~nevFaUh~,]v~lls oHfTacR ~es.E~remtt ~t~mAUdlt[tt~+e ~ngtrn~Idah~ ~ndAla~k1~?~bt:e Ill I i E It I ',(+ alentine motif of rea I - --' -" + ~:--'n-in- +reetin+s Beauty Nook Salon prepared | for Girls and ,Mrs Morris " | |I White and the time was spent] ai nmnjr/ pa bearers w~re the special hairdo of Miss Mar-[Torske and Mrs. :Lioyd Hovik [ With games and contests Par-[ ......... +~... t-,se,~hine Sun- garet Corning, model, repro-[attended the installation of~Miss [ i: ty refreshments, including a I ~ ~:u~t .... ~- ~*~^~wo~cl senting Queen Victoria Miss [ Janet McKee, Worthy Adviser of I ~ Nebel Pe~,~, Swensen Mary[served b'rthday cake and re-Pp' f g" . ._. I ealsoa "1 (, 1 ~F i [~ I li ~ .... ~ ' ~' ............ ~'rida" ~erry ~pooner uancers ana ~:rma I Everett Assembly recently when -1 ~+ Winkes, Cathy Preston, Linda[, nts ~m.-no, o~,..~t~ ~ Green's Unison speech choir [Miss Barbara Oraker, grand ~ ~i ~mlth, Carol Yost Donna Fran Ivnm one cousms as ~u~ ~ . . ~ .. ~ " - " " .................... me home o~ net+ p,u~nts, 'Mr. ivirs. . ~arnerine Burke was also[worthy adviser, made her offi- ]1 I + c~s, Louise Yost and the guest[ _ .. ..~. ......... n in attendance from here I cial visit. of h ana tvtrs. PranK ~osu u, ~u - . ~: onor. ~- , .[ day the Wangsmo relatives and Mmes. Betty Booker, Edna[ Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Wheeler Mr. and Mrs. t~aymnul---,',o~-o ~.~ t~ con~,ratulate Verd, Dagn~ Miett~nan andlO~ voruan~ are parems ot a + Drake, Jr. and son Raymle| .......,-^ ,- .... 1- .... r~ntsAdolnh Aushn were m Monroe'[ aby daughter, Leola Marg , Were guests Saturday evemngI and Mrs Harry Yost Friday afternoon, where they[ born February 2. She we. ghed of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Morten. I +'+~,~,~ ~,~,~,~ ~,.m~ ,.m 'enter- attended a card nartv given by| ~ pounds, ~ ounces ann is me ~ :i! ~.X1~. ~.,~,,,, ~.,,-.~ ..--+ ...... + "+ rs sen Mrs J E Darnels of Ev-I ........ c:,.-.,c, .... ~xr..,~,-,,~,~aa, Tolero Rebekah Lod~e Mrs granddaughter of Mr. and M . ~I Lewl Wheeler erett spent the week-end at the] ...... " - -- ~t her home, Verd was awarded the door " Peo. +to at ,~ p. 111. ~L Mortensen home [ ~.~ ~......~ ..... ; prize Mrs. H. A. MacDonald enter- ~i - ' ......... " + " I ' I ! IIII Ver~ ~++ro+r+ rg + ' ++ i|+ ++ - - e jes, Mmes Don Hutton, M I~ ~ Fred Verd came up from Philip Pearson ~ool up th "erie Breon"-es "" r Lewis L - I} ,II + Beaverton, Oregon to spend the study of the brotherhood of ~rhee, ., J . se~:mo y,+ . ~ -- I-~AVI[=:[~[ ~ ............ s ........... is ~er, ~assle t~ogers Lennle weeK-ena wltn hiS morner ~wr . man. me nosmsses, mrs. ~~..-__.. ,, . ..: . ,,.. -- JEW,LRY ................ Ti..~ln ~le~Y;~vlessrs derryKlUln, vlc 4 ~mml I i 1 t~ana vera. ~mowm anu lv*r~. ~. ~. ,x .- - . ". . .. --. .......... s rearson, Jonnl~enler, uonl~les- lJ serveo luncneon to zu lacue . ser "'r ...... ~aw | ; ~1. an~ ~ars. l~ussetl ~n , HI Robert L Crumbaugh of Ev Mr and . " Mrs Elbert Day; the erett0 a former teacher nero, Misse ...." ....... . ~ ~etty ~aKer, lwae ver earned his masters degree m Heueland Nnno,~ ...,,....~1"i~' education at the UW during the O autumn quarter RUBBER STAMPS The Rev. and Mrs. Charles A~lington Printing Co. Gaffney were in Seattle on Sat .... urday eVening, January 28 How Christian Science Heals where ~e read the wedding service ~or Miss Doris Patch GAINING VICTORY and Harley Wester, at the home OVER ALCOHOL of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Westet. O ~ S] Among other guests at the rites Radio: KAYO Seattle (1150 kc.) Sunday, were Mr. and Mrs. Byron Val- February 12, 7:15 a.m. ,, , liant, Mr. and Mrs. Howard KRKO Everett (1380 kc.) sunday, Fisher, all of Arlington, Mr. 8:15 a,m. +++ and Mrs. Eidemiller of Puyal- KBRC Mt. Vernon (1430 kc.) Sun- , [ lup, Mrs. Louise Wallitner, Mr. day, 9:15 a.m. FEDERAL, Stanwood I and Mrs. Patch and two sons,A Television s-'~rl~or everyone: ~ II Inquire all of Marysville, Mr. and Mrs. Station KTNT, Channel 11, Every Eidemiller and son Henry of Sunday, 8:45 a.m. J where Savings available when your ~are Seattle. Subject of TV program Feb. 12: Dinner guests'Sunday at thezing I~-SIS FOR HEALING +" needed. ": i_ home of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon ~E~ ITEMS INCLUDE" Rice were Mr. and Mrs. Ed. ~ * Wolfe of Vancouver, B. C. Shut-In Club Meets ~ Announcing DAVENO & CHAIRoETS, BEDROOM SETS, MATTRESSES, CLUB CHAIRS, ROCK- . The Arlington Shut-In Club met Thursday afternoon at the I home of Mrs. George Tenbrink. ERS, LAMPS, BABY FURNITURE. Mrs. Pernie Brannon and Mrs. William Beeston of Everett CURRENT were at the meeting and pro- ~ ~ ~ "" '" ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ "" '" ~ ~ "" ~ '" '" sented the club with the Chart- RATE ON er and a Bible from the Shut-In / SAVINGS Club Corporation. The next meeting will be held on Thurs. TO Arlington & Vicinity day, March 2, the place to be announced later Tea was serv- Send your dry cleaning, - ---- ,,, ~ Imam ~ "~" ~ ~ "~ ~' ~ ,, t _. " . ed by the hostess, laundry with one easy call. .... ~::+ ,, " Dr. Soltman of Auburn, world Quality Service Always ."~ ~ I traveler as Conference Secre .... F I R S T DI~ II~ ~]L IL' tary of Missions and Stewart- +'+ ship, will be at the~First Moth- Pafis-Krieger S A Vi N G S & L O A N AS S OC I A T I O N 0dist Church all day on Sun- day, February 19. Please saveLAUNDRY & CLEANERS the date. He will speak at the arUngt~a ~on. ~ ~-,m " Arlington, Washington = STANW00D BRANCH morning service and also fol-(Courtesy Royal Hot~l) lowing the pot-luck dinner inEverett Phone AL |oS705 the church parlors.