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mm 1 " BILL QUAKE Eagles at Twin City Friday; Concrete Here Tuesday Coach Jack l)eKubber will The addition of Sam Nebel has take his hopeful Arlmgton var-strengthened the Eagles, and sity into Stanwood tomorrow gave them another potential night, hoping for a win over scorer. Gary Baunsgard and tile faltering Cardinals in orderI Dean Ne~s are their two pronged to slav within striking range scoring threat, with Wayne Jen- of the" Langley Falcons. Lang- se njust waiting to break loose. ley is currently leading the Cas- Don Gibson and Gary Wellman code League title race, boast- have both hit in double figures ing of a one game lead over this season. All the Eagles need both Arlinglon and "D, vin City, to do is put a good offensive currently tied for second ingame together with their al- the tight chase, ready proven defense. Arling- Twin City and Langley, early ton has the strongest defensive favorites for lhe championship,record in the leagu{e, but are have lived up to their pre.sea-fourth in offense. son billing. "IM'in City waltzed -- e through five Iirst round oppow Langley Takes ents, including a win over Lang- ley and a ~tl to 39 at the home o, the agles Then they stub , aoc..e Lead I" o .,.I bed their toe at Lake Stevens when the Vikings dropp(wl them Cascade League Standings: by a single point. Last Friday Te~rn Won Lost PF PA they were humbled at LangleyTwinLanghVc'ity ....... 56 21 358409 307333 by a 66 to 5i. In the meantime the Eagles ARLINGTON. 5 2 335 268 Lake Stevens 326 have chalked up :'- pair of wins. Concrete ..... I 3 340 291 372 Arlington dumped the Vikings at Lake Stevens 54 to 45, then Monroe .... 0 7 294 421 last Friday poured on the coal iResults of Jan. 31: to wallop Monnm 71 to 25. If the ARLINGTON 54, Lk. Stev. ,15 Cardinals are on the skids and the Eagles on the way up this could prove to be a real battle. At the moment we will have to go along with "lEvis City, their home floor giving them too much of an advantage. Twin City is still minus their ace re- bounder, DeI Damelson, Daniel- son not having seen Ir~Uch ac- Langley 53. Monroe 50 Twin City 57, Concrete 3{1 Results of Feb. 3: ARLINGTON 71, Monroe 25 I,angley 66, Twin City 51 Lk. Stevens 62, Concrete 45 (;ames Played Tuesday, Feb. 7: Sultan at Lake Stevens t Non.leag ue ) Langley at Cascade I Non-L.} Games Feb. 10: Eagles Nip Vikings At Lake Stevens Playing at Lake Stevens last Tuesday evening, the Arlington :Eagles came from behind to eke !out a 54 to 45 win over the Vikings. It was the second time this season that Arlington had defeated the Vikings, and this win snapped a two-game Viking loop leading Twin City club ami a once beaten Tahoma outfit. Tire game was close until the final four minutes. About this time big Ted Werner fouled out for Lake Stevens. Werner, the 6'7" rebounder, bad tallied sev- enteen points for the Lakers and paced their defense when the fith personal was called on him. Tile Eagles were leading by one point when Sam Nebel faked his way around Werner, laid tip the criPt)le, and was fouled on the shot. It was a three point effort for hustling junior and the Eagles went on from here to win going away. Jim Whitford, Viking floor-man, also fouled out in foul-filled contest Don Dibson and Nebel were whistled out of the contest for Arlington as 47 personals were called, 23 on Arlington. Lake took an early lead and were heading the race at tbe end of the first canto 10 to 9. Arlington edged out in front 22 to 18 at the half, with Bauns- gard picking up nine points during the first half. Werner had eight for the Vikings. Ar- lington forged into a 35 to 29 margin at the end of three pe- riods before I,ake threw a full court press at them, The Vi- 8 The Arlington rimes Thursday, Feb. 9, 1961. ARLINGTON HTS. Mrs. J. B. Norman, GE 5-2329 The Arlington Heights Im- provement Club met at the hall on Saturday, Feb. 4, for' their monthly business meeting. The proI)osed l)ot luck dinner honor- ing new corners to the Iteights has been poslponed fl'Oln Feb. 18th to March 11, due to con- flicting dates. The Arlington tleights IIome Makers Club will honor their husbands at dinner on Satur- day, February 11, at 6:30 p. m. The dinner will be held at the Arlington I/eights hall. The next meeting of the Vik ing 4-H Club will be Thursday, Feb. 16 at 7:30 at the home oi Martin Lohr. The Arlington tIeights ttome Makers Club has sponsored two "c0Ine as you are" parties re cently. On Jan. 25, Mrs. Art Norman, Mrs. Lucille Riese. and Mrs. Ray Tenbrink were hostessesat the home of Mrs Tenbrink for coffee at 8:3(? a. m. Much merriment wa:~ aroused at the attire of some of our neighbors at that hour of the morning. Th~ second party was held at the home of Mrs. Lucille Riese. with Mrs. Virginia Blehm, Mrs. Ivan Meyer and Mrs. Ray Ten- brink, co-hostesses. This took place in the afternoon, Feb. 1, and again demonstrated what the ladies of Arlington Heights wear when th%, are expecting to spend a day busily, at work at home. Through the fines, fees, etc. charged at these af- fairs, funds were raised to buy new dinner plates for the Heights Hall. At the card party at the Ar. lingt.on Heights hall on Friday Siseo Heights A. E. "Fritz" Solem, OL 9-4210 COS1MUNITY CLUB MEETINGS SCHFADUI~F.,]D The Sisco Community Club will hold its regular meeting on Friday, Feb. 10 at 8:00 at the hall. Election of oflicers will be held. On Sat., Feb. 18 a special meeting will be held for the benefit of the whole commun- ity. Mr. ttarold Peterson, dir- ector of Civilian Defense for Snohomish County will show a film on methods el survival in rural areas in the event of an atomic attack. Tim youth group of tim Sisco Community Church held a get- together party on Saturday ev- erring at the home of Miss Lor- etta tIelgeland. Heading the evening's entertainment was the introduction of several new games. In tile necktie relay, group divided into two teams the winning side received a prize. Other games played were: "My Old Indian", "To Tell the Truth", "Spin the Plat- ter", "Texas Grunt", and "This is my Nose". Following the games, refreshments were serv- ed. Loretta Helgeland was in charge of the games, and Anna Johnson, headed the refresh- ments. Mrs. Peggy Ilershaw altend- ed a special meetmg for all the secretaries and treasurers of the Demonstration Clubs in Snohomish County, on Tues., Jan. 31. The meeting was held in the P. U. D. auditorium in Fverett, and was in charge of the county supervisor, Mrs. Ed- wards, who instructed the ladies on what should be in- eluded in the minutes. She stressed the fact that all min- utes should be approved by tim GETCHELL A. E. "Fritz" Solem, OL 9-4210 I[OME DEMONSTRATION CI,UB A(YI'IVITIF~q The Getchell Home Dem~_.- straiten Club held a ~pecial meeting on Thursday, Feb. 2, at the home of Mrs. Anne F.'-rils Mrs. Carl Becker of Marysville, gave a demonstration on rib-, ben tying, showing how to make various bows, pompons and decorations for gifts for all occasions. Of particular in- terest to the group was the del- icate arrangement el variegated rit)bon that would be suitable for a baby gift on one specifi- cally feminine. An unusually beautiful pompon was the one designed for wedding gifts; it was made of Winch white satin ribbon centered with miniature wedding bells and satin roses The ladies also learned how to properly cover a gift box and how to make miniature ribbon roses. At the close of the dem- onstration, refreshments were served by the hostess. Mrs, l;'ecker was presented with a gift by Mrs. Virginia Marker, tim club's president. "f'welve ladies were in attendance. On Tuesday, Jan. 31, Mrs, Verla Bailey, the club's ~ecre- tary, attended a special meeting for all the secretaries and treasurers of the Demon- stration Clubs in Snohomish County. The meeting, which was held in the P. U. D. audi- charge of the county supervis- or, Mrs. Edwards. She outlined in ,detail what should be includ- ed in the minutes, as well as what should not be written up. She also stressed the fact that all minutes shoukl be approved by the club members before Ire ing sent in. The GetcheI1 Club is proud of their' secretary, as a report from headquarters stated that Mrs. Bailey's reports were always in on time and well composed. The next meet- ing of the club will be on Tues. Feb. 14, at the home of Mrs. Mac Bosworth. 4-II Mtetir..7 Attended in Mukilteo An officer's training meeting, for all officers in the 4-H clubs of Snohomish County was held on Eal, Feb. ,1, at the Jr. IIigh School in Mukilteo. l-:ep- resentatives from the [',tmny lTopper's 4-II Club were Curtis 7?ailey, Delbert t3rodie, Dick I rantley, and Peter Moore. Darla and Karen Tastad repre- sented the Baste and Taste 4-tt group. Both groups are under the leadership of Mrs. Alto Brodie, who accompanied them. The main speaker at the morning session was Pastor Aneil Mache from the Tangany- ika Territory in Africa, who is now studying in Seattle. The afternoon session was held individually, groups were divided for speeial discussions on how to improve their clubs were Sunday visitors at the were Freeland Tankersley, home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mike and Mark Zender, Mrs. Husby in Silvana. The Itusbys aac!de Simpson and children have a new baby daughter. Keith, Ronnie and Dale, June d, corr. ,! dense The Salen Lutheran LadieS|~__ Aid met on Wednesday after' ?0 < 0~ R ~/~ noon, February 1st. The pr 'I ens gram consisted of Bible StudY,I raakc conducted by Rev. B. Christe~'[ cash sen and a trio corn osed 0If C'.:~ Mrs. Clifford Rod, M~Ps. j'ameSl--.Z22 Pryor and Mrs. George Enge'tCUST( bretson sang several selectionS. Following the business meet' ing of the society, the and Zion Lutheran Ladies' members and friends sur' Mrs. B. Christensen on the o casion of her birthday. An ina provised mail-box, gifts from all those present, the ,group sang "Happy Birtlv day' in her honor. The pre. sentation was made by Mrs. Clifford Rod, who also bared and decorated the birthday cake. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Henry Christiensen and Mrs. Jeanette Edlund. Mrs. John Langsjeon cut and served the birthday cake. Decoration were in keeping with the Vale~" tine motif and a pleasant after' noon was enjoyed by all. Mr. and Mrs. Carsten Larso~ have received word from their sons, Larry and Mike, that the~' have completed their "BoOt Camp" training. Mike who is with the Marine Corps, i~ stationed at Memphis, TenneS" see, and is attenting MechaniCS Aviation School. Larry, with the U. S. Navy. is stationed at Norfolk, Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Carson Larso~ and Karen visited with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Larson and family it~ Everett on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dietrietl of Camano Island were lunch" con guests of Mr. and Mrs. 0, A. Maurstad on Sunday even" ing. ( ;