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PAGE FOUR THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, FEB. 12, 1953. ~t ~ , ~- I, [in the church basement l, "l[ Eastern tar Hono- 4' II I on He remained over lip 2a rttllIllIIll tlltPtt o rs I] GETCHELL [IWhursday night. . I Iling on Monday. "} ...... .... [[ Mrs Willis Hilde eorr II Mr. and Mrs. Paul Klein Ill [} The fuimeaa Nei ou~uL Lu llJl. ~O, llllU AIILI~. g'~tltd, llil~ [[ .... [[ Edgeeomb visited Mr and Mrs " '[ Club met with Mrs. THE HALLER CITY TIMES Telephone 2117 . . " " Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sherman ir~ ~'t~.! /I I[Blll Kluln on Wednesday eve-.ndVir~i,,i, vi~itod~ttho|4nr[Campbellon Thursday, Vol LXV .Thursday beb 1 1953 No t2 un OyIll/~nnlversary [ Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bosworth]nmg. Iold Carlson home on Sunda- [attendance of 10 adult~ " " " ' " "' " " Vi~itnr~ frnrn fir difforontlmotored to Seattle on Sunday to[ The Getchell school children[ ............ ~," . [children. -" " ............................ wi v " The ~noulres r'.T.A, nell melr ,8~seription Price $2.50 Per Year, $3.00 per .Year. outside Snoho- chapters were among the largelvisit Mr. and Mrs. J. aobertson. [.. ll ha thor.annual Valen.[meetin~" n, ,Vuesda,, Wobruarv .2[ Mr. Ed Lafayette w! -- t;oumy issued every Tnursaay. r'umlsnea at Arnngmn, attendance welcomed a h E s-[ The communit was saddened[une par[y on friday afternoon, m, ~, .... . a.,-:~-- ~-.!nntlv ~urnri~od an: W~lln ton, b . . t t e a tIb the death oiYMrs Christina[ Mrs Walter Bailey returned[rney were emerta)nea oy me[~_~n~r~:~-~-fri~'~.e~ g Y ern Star meeting Feb. 4th by Y ~ " ac or i n t r " "" .... ~,-~-~" ......... , THE ARLINGTON PRIN~'ING COo. Worthy Matron Ruth Marxen and Langbehn at her home on Thurs- home from the hospital on Frl-[h~d:10 se~ea~, waIt~,~,~which alto celebrate his birthda: a. t~. "u.,~t~r,~.z,~xr.,t~ -. ~.~ sw~n Worthy PatronLawrence Hop- day morning ,nay aKer undergoing an opera-i~ .. ," ~ .~ : , ..... . - . , I Mr nnd Mr~ Jnonhus~ ~, C. CARPENTER ......... Editor" & Mgr. kins. 1 ........................ [~ion at the Everett General. She[ ............ nooer~ rmDertson cemora~ea[dren Dean David and t tEllred as 2nd Class matter, in the Post Office at Arlington, Wash- ~.-.. werelon' u~c~ .nuuu~g ~n~v~u .vine[is recovering nicely.[ms mrmoay on ~rmay a t[er-[clm~din ~n'd C.lvdo ~f De ..... .~o. ,~o o,,, ,,, x~,.,.~ ~ ~.,~a Dr. and Mrs. E. M. Ad .... s furlough on Sunday. r~ .... wh,, .... ~,~,~,~ o,,n n,~ Inon, emermining severai o~ nisl-:-.:--;- =:',- =-:.'-'-."--= :--~ .................................. - escorted to the East and especial-[ Bob Wiggins of Port BlakelyI~,.~,~,~,:~,,~=~ :,~:~.~,~:,u ~,:]friends They were Ski~uv Cour.[Wm~ea w Kn ~vlrs_~aco~ -- ly honored, the occasion being[visited with his brother, George[~S~'~,~"'j'~.,~~ ,~'~'~ =,"~=~,",,,,'~ Larry "Swan'sn, Jimmy- Rath'[er' ~virs. ~veiyn ~)uae~, ~ [ in honor of their fiftieth wedding[Wiggins and family on Sunday.]~"~',~" ........... s-~-~ ""ITm-and Jerry Campbell, Caro:~nay" i T~ ~ T ~ ~ r) T ,4 7" [ anniversary recently observed ! The Getchell Community/-~-~ ..... - ......... Ilyn Hall and Ann R0bertson [ Loretta and Les bll~ .... mr. ann mrs. t~enry wackier "[Wahpeton, N Dak h$ I .~ .L~ I I ~.~ .~ I ~ .~ [ Mr. and Mrs. Mel Sass sang alChurch held a fellowship dinner[ ........ ** o,n ~ .............. [ Lt. Fritz Dudek flew up from .... "' , , - ~u~ r~ ........... u ~u~nuu~ u~, .... iVlSltln~, with Mr ~nd I [ duet in honor of the couple IBob Meier san'- two snl,,s He/Mar,,sville visited "wi*~ ~r ,,,~lAlameaa in a Navy Jet on Sun-,. o ~.. - [ s ,, ,, [ z -, ~'~ '~,,~'[ ]~aiayette. Helen Starr playing the acem- wa " r day and landed at Sand Point. s accompanied by Mrs. Helen M s. Sam Dockendorf on Wed- 1 ............... ~-r.e~v~v~e~.~ ~,.rn.~vo. iPamment. Sylvia" Harrlson,[Starr" A1 Nvstrom entertainedlnesdav [Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smlth!" ......... The Shoultes 4-H C qNJ~IL~PUIVI.I~i IU ~II~W DuoJ.~,~ ~./~i~ ~.x'~.~-~. Royal Matron of Everett Courtlwith'ma,,ic t~icks - / Thursd ..... u ....~ ,~... mulmet him and took him out to Seelbeen lnvKea ~o at~en.a I ~ | u.y ...... o a~ t,,~= ,~'II~. Ch ~ o ~ ,.. r, .~^,. iceaa 4-H Cluo meeting The announcement this week that the former con- of Amaranth, also p.resented Dr.[ The dining room was in charge[Kluin home were Mr. and Mrs.[ms morner, lwrs. ~,elyn t)uoen.i14 at the home of Barba ., _..,_1..... ~ ---'~ will be convert ann Mrs. Adams wire a'gl~ m[of Mrs. Katherine Mathews The[Andrew Klein, Mrs Pansy Rod-IMrs Joe Stepanek and Mr and[away and together tt aensery DUllOlng nas Deell purcIiUS~U ~nu ~ - honor o~ me occasion 'decorations were in kee-in- with'-ers and Mrs Ja ~"~ "v "- " .... .... - ..... ...... ~ " I P g /g . . ~ CK t~m er. IMrs. ulai uoerg o~ ~verem La~er]plan the program of 1 ed into a cold storage plant, together w th an add twnaiI Following the session A1 Ny-[the Valentine season. [ Mrs. Wiilis Hilde entertained I in the afternoon Rasmus and EdIP.T.A. meeting. __._ ~. -~n:_.. ~. ~ ad;acent is hailed as o.oodIS~rom presented the r~ill BillyI----------------~-------~-- [at a birthday dinner on SundaYISiverson of Wheelock, N Dak Mr and Mrs Wesle ~t~w uuuuutN bu u~ t~ "t:utt: J , ~ Band a rou v ....... " " " " Y an w g p of se en mumc~-[ Use Times classified ads"--[m honor of Dlanne HHde and[John Siverson of Monroe andlwere Friday'callers on news by Arlington folk. I s, ho gave several selections.lbusy, effective salesmen. Olai Oberg. Guests were Mr. and lRasmus Oberg of Bothel called ~elvn Dudek Not only is it good to see activity around the build- II " II "" -- ing which has been vacant and idle for many months, but 1" --1" the renewed activity, based on our agricultural back- ground, is an expression of confidence in our economy. The Times joins in extending a hand ,of welcome to Lervick and his sons as a new addition to the busi- ness life of the community. ! i BURN HILL il Stella Parsons Community Club Emjoys Travalogue By Backstroms The Burn Hill Community Club spent an unusually enjoyable time at the hme of Mr. and Mrs. :Dale Steckelberg, Saturday eve- minE, Feb. 7th. We were very fortunate in having as our g~ests, Mr. and Mrs. Henry ,aekstrom, who gave us such a full account of their recent, never- ~-be-forgotten trip to South Araerica. To start w i t h Mrs. ]~mkstrom gave a travelogue of Eheir entire trip which took them five months to make. Following qth~ they "took us with them" by plane down the eastern coast of South America. These colorful pit~ures were extraordinary and beautiful; their descriptions and related experiences were so vivid tha~ when we we re given a chance to say we had had enough for one evening, we voted unani- mously to "comeback with them" the western route. Cake, ice cream and cof- fee were served to twenty-nine grown-ups and, minus the cof- fee, to ten children. Valentine's, ~Day was observed by a big '4'hearted" cake pierced by Cupid's arrow. Laura Preston was cre~dit- :~l with this. Each slice of ice cream was cefltered with a pink heart. Valentine napkins accom- panied the refreshments O OVEN BAKED BEANS 28c ":. 111 WHITE HORSE I 0- -TOM-A'rO -St UC-E . . .,_)Tins-'- ' corresponding White Horse Community Clubll , held its regular meeting last ~, "-STEWED 23-c , ,.,, [Wednesday, Feb. 4th, at the club] ............ '. ,-* rooms. Dinner was served at ~R--~--]~--~A~-~ Tuli~n~- - 6"~ N-o.-~3 53C ~;~)~',a,;",',', _~'_~,:,~,,~1,~" "~Jrr noon to more than fifty members ~,~a~. ~.~.~a-~ 2 Sieve ...... z., Tins %'%~" " "~-~-,~z'~''a "='~'~" and guests. Hostesses serving the dinner were Jennie Boehmer, Ha- zel Baker, Ruth Baker, Eva Buz- zard, Ruth Barker and Jessie Beck. During the business meet- ing three new members were taken in. Mrs. Woodward from Darrington, and Mrs. Sandstrom and Mrs. Nordstrom from Oso,: Hostesses for the March meeting: are: Etta Bennett, Marie Bertels, Dorothy Bowman, Hazel Bryson and Fay Bryson. Visitors at the Forrister home over the week-end were Mr. and DICED CARROTS No. 17C ................... Tin SLICED BEETS No. 17C ............. : .............. Tin CORN Cream 2 No. 43c Style ...................................... Tins P S- Medi-u-m-- -- -- 43c 3-Sieve .......................... z., Tin Customers are our favorite people. We love them all dearly--and we woo their patronage with the mighty sweet say. ings in this great big Valentine of Values Every fine food in it is a real honey for the money--a top quality food at a real low price! So--for hearty good eating . . at prices that have a heart for your budget . . get to know IUNE'S FOOD STORE---a sweetheart of a market| TOMATO ASPIC l Oz. 22C ........................ Tin Birthday/ Laura and Cecil Preston joined in a family get-together Sunday to help celebrate the eightieth birthday of Laura's mother, Mrs. ~na Watkins of Everett. This ,gathering was at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Watkins at l~ukilteo. The guest of honor re- ceived many lovely gifts and was truly" surprised. She, who had so staunchly maintained .t h a t Ehey had never surprised her had~ to admit to this one. As her ~ily said, It t~us eighty years but we fjnall_y did it." Speaking of birthdays Mrs. Claude Damaske seemed to have more than her share this year. We noticed in last week's column her new age was being cele- brated and now this week! Wed- ~esday afternoon three ladies, Wilma Kayler and daugh- l~r Pamella, Mrs. Betty Tveit, and Mrs. Gladys Hall came with birthday cake. Sunday, Mrs. Damaske's broth'- ~er, A. I. Lee and his wife and son, Jack, of, Seattle, were din- net guests at the Damaske home. On Friday and Saturday Mrs. Damaske helped out at George Pifer's place at Trafton, Mr. Pifer ~till being ill. ~ew Son Styen D u a n e Wililamson, aged three days. accompanied by his mother, Mrs. Carl William- son, was welcomed home on the Burn Tuesday by his father and his two brothers and a sis- ter, ages four, five, and six years ~oeven is a husky lad weighing in at eight pounds, three ounces, Sunday, February 8th when he was born. The whole commu- nity offers congratulations to the parents and the best of luck to -the new arrival. The grandmother, Mrs. Frances Williamsn, is now employed at a nursing home in Seattle. The Cecil Prestons have a new grand niece. They received word Sunday from their nephew, Bert l~onty, of Nebraska, that they have a new baby girl. Monday evening the Vernon Preston fam- ily surprised his folks by driving in. They returned home to To- ledo the next evening Carl Helgeland Our Burn Hill Community ex- tends its deepest sympathy to :Mr. and Mrs. Harold Helgeland and family of Sisco Heights who last week lost their little son son Carl. We understand he had been ill for several months. Many Colds Quite a number of the younger set on the iHll have been under the weather the ,past week and missed some schoal. Terry John- son, the Hale children, John, Jr. Luthi. and Sandra Parsons had Mrs. Walter Ashley of Seattle, and Sammy Forrister from Che. :halts. Jim Furland has bought a house in Darrington and is now~ Jiving there Arlie Smith and Bill Smith ~drove David to California after his recent furlough spent at his home here. They left last Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. James Anderson and children were Mt. Vernon visitors last week-end, visiting with Mrs. Anderson's mother O SISCO HEIGHTS Mrs. Willis Hilde, corr. . Phone 2117 Remember Community Club t~ )e held on Friday night at the home of Mrs. O. A. Borgen. Carl Helgeland Passes The community was saddened at the death of Little Carl Hel- geland, who passed away in the Orthopedic hospital ih Seattle on Wednesday of last week. We wish to express our sympathy to the parents during this time of sorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Meyers of Ever- ett called at the J. D. Patch home on Sunday evening. Mrs. Sigrid Helgeland and grandson Curtiss, called on Mrs. Camela Jorgenson in Seattle on Wednesday. Sewing Club will meet at the home of Katherine Treen on Wednesday, Feb. 18. bad colds or the flu but Gene Zaretzke suffered with something more spectacular. It seems that quit some time ago while making a flying leap from his bed to an unknown destination he missed his course and made a forced landing. The impact of his toe with a bedstead caused the loss of the nail on that toe. A birthday party honoring Phil. lip Widmeyer was enjoyed by C0-RN- e o ..... 5 16'25 Crescent Black Whole Kernel. .............. Tins C Pkg. ,SzT SPiNaCH-- hl 6r iY .. oz dg, Xi s .......................................... Tins 35 -CA-TSU g 2- 2i :39c " 1 6 ,at 2 5 C . . :: .................... Tin 23C 01L ~t. IC 2-Lb. Texas Pink , ~-, GRAPEFRUIT ...................................... Eaoh 6c Fancy Red Hot House RHUBARB ........................................ ,oun,, Rome Beauties APPLES .......................................... Golden Ripe Fruit BANANAS : ............................ '..:Pound Heavy Meated--Cello Wrapped CELERY stal 10c l AiTl:ffflilg Fresh Shipment ~.-- ~mvoa-~ ........................ Lowest Possible Price *1 VALUE him and his relatives Saturday Tall evening, February 7th. Those Cans gathered at his home to. wish him Many Happy Returns of "the Day were, besides his wife, Mr. i .... - ~elf-Serneo~e~t~ and Mrs. Melvin Chrlstmnson,~ Leonard Zaretzke and family, ~ Mr. and Mrs. Svan Svenson, alt':~ of Everett, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Amundson and son Ricky, Merle ~' ,~ Lund and his mother, of Seattle, M?~. John Amundson and two Lb. PURE FRESH PURE BULK STEER BEEF grandsons, Scotty and Mark, Leandor and ~[amily, Mrs. Amelia Zaretzke and the Guest Zaretz- kes. Mrs. Svenson brought the birthday cake. Pot luck was en- joyed. Vivian Sundquist's father, W. C. Sudds, was up from Everett Thursday and Friday. He, being a ~arpenter, made her some flour and sugar bins. Sunday, Vivian's brother, M. W. and family of Granite Falls visited them. We learn that Vivian has joined the Burn Hill force working at the box factory. Mrs. Harry Carlson, Goldie's mother, returned home from her trip to Leota, Kansas, Monday night. Her brother-in-law, Tom Candor, came back with her. Mrs. Carlson had left here Jan- uary 18th to attend the funeral of her sister, Mrs. Tom Candor. Mr. Candor's stay is indefinite T h i s week's correspondent really wrote this column but last week's should have been credit- ed to Goldsberry Johnson and the week's before to Laura Preston. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Slayton and son visited, Saturday, with his folks on the Jordon road. Sun- day they spent with her folks, :lso on the Jordon. 2 lbs. PEPPER 2-z. - Can L~'ge Pkg. Roll Campbell's Tomato Johnson's Hard SOUP ..... can De GLOSS WAX . . of extra cost when you buy 2 cans of 2 CANS FOR BABIES OR JUNIORS Tasty Carney ORAI GE SLICES 2 C H6C . WAFER 39c S Pkg. -- i-- June Rose Orange & Black Springbrook - Guaranteed JELLY BEANS . 1 p g. 19c BUTTER . . . Lb. Pixie Brand Tenderleaf Marshmallows La e 19c BLACK TEA 24 Package .- pkg. Swedish Boy Yulkaka ........................ 40c Cinnamon Bread ........ 29c Raisin Rye .................... 25c Cardamon .................... 30c Orange Rye ................ 22c Cardamon .................... 25e This Week's Jackpot Winner DORIS BADGLEY R. 3, Arlington 'June Rose' I]rand FREE BALLOON Ground fresh when you buy. 79 POUND ................ C Sunny Jim Maple Flavored -Oz. Jug 13-Oz. Can Hillsdale Slices Large No. PINEAPPLE ................. Can Best Foods MAYONNAISE ............... Pint Allsweet---Tab on end good for 1 lb. FREE MARGARINE .............. :. Pound ' White Star L~ge TUNA, Solid Pack ............ can Ransom White CUPS or SAUCERS ........... Each White 8" Large MIXING BOWLS ............. Size Lb. Prices effective at Arlington and Everett on Feb. 13 and 14, 1953.--Every item ally guaranteed. No sales to dealers. We reserve the right to limit oeeeeeoeeeeeeeeee eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee