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;]i1 PAGE SIX TttE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, TtIURSDA, FEB. 12, 1953 r~J k Ir tEd~a:dC2~teerOfBCa~earL~ekr~ainedli ........ I]Rest Home to see And y Hampli-[~"" "l,Valley Gem ----'Sells| lit ill ~- I /~'O/~l'~.~Od~/ ton and Roy ~roo wno at one . ! . .... [the Bridge Club at her hum el .. -. [[time worked here. Andy Hemp-[Cwero-Trafton [tC, nprn ,=v .qir,= Mrs Horace Enyeart Tuesday afternoon. There were [ Mrs rcay Toraason, IJliton is able to be UD 3 or 4 hours,'l ~,o ,, ,~ ~ .... t,,~,~ II ........J "'=" t~o tables.. Mrs% Harold York1! Corres,ondent []a ~lay and ]s plannmg on bemg [ Phone 301J4 [i Peterborough, N. H.! ~___-_ ....... n_-.___ a,! ~,v la t__ at__.J_ ..E ~_.____}won Ilrs[ prize ana mr~.rerme-~ The Friendly Sewing Circle metiou~ soon. ]r~ a o a [Fortado, Snohomish, WaJ glorr|ng|on KgIS85 ~lfLOJ.Iq ]ror mar(n o]r I$1mesIlia r~eenan won tow. z~ne next,at Mrs. Melvin Baker's home[ Mr and Mrs George KellyllJale Dneetl ljust purchased the'young -- , meeting will be at the nome oi Thursda h resen w " "" ~ ~se sire Valle Gem t~ Darrington went "over the top' I of Mr and Mrs Iiarry Bullen and JMr~ [ira ~,~,~;~ W,~hr,~rv 17th .. .. y. T ose p . t ~re]from Remer Minn. were guests[t.~ a ~t~ Y . ' Y .......... . ~ :. _ _ ,,. _ :," 7; ........ ~ ......................... ~ ..... ttvtrs, tvteivin Anflerson mrs re, tat Klemont home Sunday; alsotYut'#h~eda~ I~11 A~t.a{t [from valley Gem Farms, In its aviarcn ot .mes urxve, ac-l~atmty were lwr. anu zurs. r~. ~'lMrs Tatham tr, l~.,. ~... .^~ .~,._. '.._~ "~^.~ ...... - .~aut~.Hcao~,o ~v x~,s,~o ]t-n Wash .... ~ a,a, ~,l,a ~ec ,at, c,, ~vti~ r~ceu lvlr and lvlrs r~ay t)urtn a n u " , eordmg to the report turned m1 rhurlow of Seattle. Saturday S[Celebrotes Birthday [~,,,, .................... [--" .... ..... [ ....... c.~_...~ ~--v-" r--'-ntl''l T~s richl- *-----' ...... a h~ IM~]t~r R..~to drivo ob~irmnn ] ,,i~itor ~rn~ Mr (~nrl f'2.roc~rw nf| . A . - ,zv~,xacx, ~vtta. eoiiit ota~:~, vxr~.tAoolpn vaulson from ~ea[ue. / ..c ~,a~c ovcvu~ .a = =~= :l',, : ..=u ~uu.~ .~,;.'~':~'~.T~:2"k$"6;~A',.':~?.7;.':[~l]n~.:2 .............. ~"-" "l Mrs. Adehne Tatnam cemorat-[Gentr.y, Mrs. Ray Greondyk Mrs.[ Mr and Mrs Lee Baker and lpurchased 80 acres on the hill|out of the good cow, Valt ~.~q,~,Th~ ~ol]~s'o~'~arr~n~-[' I~r~and Mrs Lloyd Duvall leftled her 77tn birthday w,th a lam- Maynard Baker, Mrs. G e n e[family attended a family dinner|across the road from their place. Tansy, that has once beel 2:~" 2"~..'~k 2:L~.,.~ ... **.^,~ ..~....~ /'V.,..~:4r,, .... Z"... % ..... .....IHy potluck (]inner at ner nome[simons, Mrs Wallace Kenneth at Mr and Mrs Earl Templeton'sJBesides a good deal of timber|fled Desirable for type a~ t~ll UdI| Ut~ ~lOtlLl UI tllt=:ll Utk~tt,~ II~DU~X~" lll~Jlll~.ll~ tOl O. t, il~,J LU " - " " . ..._ .,. ....... ,..._~...~ .~...~.~,~.,,~.....;_ .~..n^**. ..... **......[Friday, February 6th. Memoers/Mrs. Mable Wlckens, and host-]Sunday in honor of Mrs Baker's]thm also mcludes those beautffullProductmn record oI ,~,~ t,cy ,o~ o,,:~ ,,~,~=~ ~,,~,, ,~,,,,~,,,,,~ ,~.u ,,u,~,,,,,u,~,, h emil resent were Mrs ..... ,. ....... .~ , ..,, . ~,,..[....,o [of t e f Y P -less Mrs. Melwn Baker. Reported|brother Allen Templeton who islwater falls. Ipounds of butterfat, mat .... ~ ..... ~ ~,~o-,~,, [ ,:,,..~_...,~ ....... ~... ,..._...[Clyde Tatham, Mrs. Da e Bu-[a very good rime [statmned on a troop shin butl -- [jumor two-year old. He According to Mr. Bates' figures,lof Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Christensen[~vhas?a~aa~ddd~en 2a iBdobGh~et~ Mr. andMrs. Wm. T.o.mak andlhome on leave for a few days. I../Mrs,~ Ellis Buchanan~,,accom-[by Valley Gem Nordic. the money was raised in this were Mrs. Walter Robinson, Sr.,[~.;~'~'t .... hi'~dren' Susie andl~~lr" ana ~virs. terry Cnne were[ Roy Taraaason ~s to go to ~..~.~'..'~,~ ~--~,,,,~,~'~',/-',,~,~~,' ~,~:.lThev alan to raise aro~ manner: and daughter Uaren and Jcan-[~b]'e~M~rs--Bueal Forrister t-~a[,uraay ainner guests at Reed|Providence hospital in Everett Jn~'~,~:~=r~,~,~'n~'~,~'t~" ~o* ouli~ets- and also a nu~ Canisters in business houses ette Bryson of Swede Heaven. "- ............... livnimr nome. ITuesday going dnto surgeryl~""~.. ......... ~ ~,u ,.7...~, ~..~- ..... I I ii I s an rn~ny ! ~i}iiii~Ye [iiii tn~m~nii u e ~tf:u~lasi! " , I Y g t~,~: ........ " ...... ~"-~ *-- Mr .]kindness, sympathy and beau-I Y PPY P Y/ Greta Thorsen has bee Mr I~,IIIII~LUII, Wd~) lll~lll~:~ tU " . . " . Loggmg Co ..................... 480.501the home of . and Mrs.],~: ............. , W""dland M~ss Fern Toraason from Se- ~tlful flowers extended to us lnJdaughter born Feb. 8th. The troy Jill for over a week with s01 Snea h attle ~m.aru nuw~*~ u~ uu .... Special gifts ........................ 349.36[ t ern of Se. [ ........ v -eb "rd' attic was weekend guest at home[the loss of our beloved mother[m~ss wezghed m at 5-1bs. 9-oz./of flu. She was taken L.allI in r~eno ~e ,r o ----~-I Sunday dinner guests at the[._. ", ... :' ._ : - " ." of Mr. and Mrs Ray Toraason land ~,randmother land has been named Deborah]Arlinaton hosr~ital FI Total ........................... $1,287.14 [ home of Mr. and Mrs. Elon Holm[~l:ney.wn~ make me~r home m Mr. and Mrs. Allen Templeton[ l~r and Mrs "Ernie Pollow[Kay Just in case you haven't[tests ~nd obse'rvation, To those who assisted and to|and family were Mr. and Mrs. lwmnu, and family from Seattle were[ "and familv |noticed the proud grandmother|home on Sunday She tho~. who donated Mr. Bates|Chester Gregory and family of[ .... ~ visitors at Lee Baker home Sat-]Mr and" Mrs Sam Bannister [is Mrs.' Mary Monty. t a little better but is ~ays: "You were very generous,~Arlington, Miss Ida Holm, Mr.|~ua.rm~ns r4eet ..... urday. [ Mr: and Mrs" Ray Haskins '/ -- |fined'to her ~d and it should fill your hearts[Bill Holm and Mr. Ed Holm, all|. rne ~amp ~re ~ris guaru- Miss Ardell Amunson is visit-[ and family ~Will Raise Chickens I Mr. and Mrs. Matt with joy to know that you so|of Arlington. Mr. and Mrs. L. B.[~ins, ~vlrs. ~uy ~emmon_ ~lrs. ing at Kenny Johnson home for[ . o " l 'The Suchanans are busy corn-|Mr and Mrs Harold ably donated to such a worthy/Knights of dad, Mr. and Mrs.]~urger ~ryson, ~)r:z ~I~ u~e~wer' a few days. | All change is not growth; as]pleting a new chicken house for[Lyle were Sunday cause. It is our sincerest prayer lClarke Knights and family of Se-|~v~rs: Leo ~ygl[ov ~., ~. e, s Mr. and Mrs. Pat Clark were|allmovement is not forward -- i the baby chicks that are due to l at t h e Merrill attl ~ome ~vlrs t:narles J~arnnart that the money we raised will] e and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace| _ ~,. .." ...... visitingSunday at Aldercrest Ellen Glasgow " arrive around the first of March IArlington. greatly aid in the fight against~Heil and family of Darrington. [ant] ~lrs. t~aro~o r~ea~e, me~ at __ ". ~_._____._____~_____.__.~___" tmlio Thanks from the bottom' Mrs Elon Holm and Mrs Wal-/tne nome oI ~ars. r~eaoe on m m~= of .... heart that , could lace He[l" attended stork" [Thursday afternoon Mrs Deeter my ue suc- a show-,is the new uardian'of the Tanda , eessfully conduct this campaign, er at dad, Friday, given for Mrs. . g . ~ ...... WALTER Bates Chr.' Ruby Hurn. Everything was car- Kani with Mrs. Lewis Noble as ~ [] | ~ A ~i .--------- . tried out in twos, signifying the assis.[ant. ~vir.s... ~ygltOWlCZ lS I 1 ~----!. D ...... l expectation of twins, nelflmg, a[tms ume, wnne Mrs. w ~ I 1 $' ~V ~-il~ ItU~[gtlli Visiting in Darrington and vi- ~ooie is helping w~m prepara- U I~_ tcinity with relatives on Sunday tions for the.Bloodmobile:." The [" ~ll--ll~ P ~l~ ~fi"l l~ll[~ll~ llq~r~i~RrO I were Mr and Mrs Arver Hooner t former guaraian of tne ~anua ! I I / ~ I ~ ~ l l -'=-~----o ----- "''----' [and children of C'icero ...... ---IKani group, Mrs. Reade, is now= L~ ~ l ~ _.~ ~ l_~ ml~ The uarrington t=ommunity Sunday vi~itar~ at tho hom~ nf interestea in getting a group Ol -- --= ,-- v- ~ -- --- ~ l-- Club, which organization is spon-[Mr a'n-d-~VIr's-'I}ob- Jonesand'fam'Ithe Bluebirds started. so ring the park pro.gram, reports|fly" were Mr. and Mrs. Sanford[ ..... ~ tna[ progress is oelng mane to- Wri "1 ~ttena ~-unerat w . . . ght and fam] y of Mukilteo. ard the community building to] Mrs Bob Jones was hostess forIFor Mrs. Sturgeon We will honor any cre&t card, be erected at the park. Bids~a birthdav luncheon at her hnmo~ Among those from Darrington W ........ ere opened on Tuesday mght.{~,riaa,, ~r,~n,,~,~ in h ..... eland vicinity attending the fu- I~gs for lumber for all the|~irs-I~van"Jone"s"-'~irthda~-~(~)therlneral services held for Mary Jane tor building requirements have beentguests were Mrs Walter" Bates [Sturgeon in Arlington on Thurs- delivered to the mill. Still an-|Mrs Jim Reece, ~Irs John Bates:{day were Mr. and Mrs. J.P. ~::~--., ~J~,~,,~- T.~-~=,~..=.~.~...,~ other logging" project was con-[Mrs" Ro~,er Bo,,d and Mrs Paul/Christensen, Mr and Mrs Abner lr'~l I I'.~' m,~l II vrl[l[l~ ouc[e'~ to iurnlsn lumner [o pu[|Woodward. Mrs. Jones had a very t~eece, ~vzr. an([ Wlrs. v:. A. wnlte, up a storage shed 60xl10 ft. Thm|nrettv centor nloota nf danhn~ Mr. Tom Stoney, Mrs. John / a, - ~ *, ~'-- z:" ........ ~v===~.. m bui]dmg was partially construct-[taken from her own yard Lewis, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. John Qurin]~ our Di~[ ore $~rln]~ ed last Saturday the 7th, and| Mr and Mr~ Fred" ~t~r~,onn Lewis, Jr., Mrs. P. Crawford and ..... will be finished on the 14th.|jr of Hawthorne Ca'lif-~for~na~"' Mr. and Mrs. Carey Crawford. Walter Bates, secretary-treasurer]ly" of Darrington' have' numbed Mr. J. P. Christensen, Mr. Reece, of the Club extends expression|their new son Clyde Nail Mr. White and Mr. Stoney were of thanks to those who volun-| Visiting for a'few-days last pallbearers from Darrington and teered labor and ecmipment. ]week at the home of Mr and surrounding areas. Opened [Mrs. Bill Knowles and son" Don- Rids were opened Tuesdaytald were Mrs. James Prochnau P.T.A. Sponsors night on the new communityland son of Sedro-Woolley. Lunch for Workers building for the park, SanfordL Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lemmon The Parent Teachers Associa- Wright Construction Co. of Ever-l'and two children spent Sundayltion sponsored a lunch for the ett being low bidder with a bid'in Seattle visiting at the home workers at the park grounds Sat- of $97,818.. NO contract was let, for Mr. and Mrs Dennis Lemmon. urday. Mrs. Harold Reade, Mrs. SAMPLE but bids taken under advise- The two children went to a Guy Lemmon, Mrs. Leo Sygito- ment. movie wicz, Mrs. Charles Barnhart, Mrs. -- -a.ttend County P.T.A. Walter Bates and Mrs. Lewis MethodistYoung People ] Mrs. Harold Reade, Mrs. Lewis l Noble, assisted by six Camp Fire 6.00X16 4-ply Ot'gcmi=e League ]:Noble and Mrs Guy Lemmon at- ~iris, Janice, Patty and .Sandra The Methodist Young Peopleltended the County Parent Teach-[Barnnart..Chrystine ~y.gztowicz, have organized an Epworthlers Association meeting in Ever. l~everly Miles and Jennie Belle DAYTON THOROBRED League, and held their first[ett Friday They also visited thelNbm called for ano served fooa meeting February 1st. They ex-[Camp Fire Girls office. ~onated by the women of the tend an invitation to all the[ Mrs. Ivan Jones, Mrs. Lloyd ltwn. young people from 12 to 24 years[Larsen and Mrs. Guy Lemmonl_,--- g"l 7~, S~2 ~ of age. These meetings are con-Iere honored guests at a birth-Ir-unaers Day [ I , 1 r da art Monde m The Parent Teachers Assocm dueted by the 3dung peop e f omI Y P y y "ght at the] ......... ci - 7:00 to 8:00 Sunday evening be-Indue of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Doan,[un .met weanesoay mgm: .me fore regular services. The)" are|with Mrs. Anna Wilburn as co.~n.lghis program was m ceieora- holding open discussion on their]hostess. Other guests were Mrs.ltln of Founders Day. The three l, fl~{,'~ An on ~'aul W w groups of Camp Fire ~tris and own chosen topics, y e may],' , nod ard, Mrs. Roger Boyd ...... ....... " come aqd listen in. Alice Shulerlana Mrs. Kathleen Schoonover. [.ne]r leaaers ~.n iu.ii Umlorm lea had charge of their first meeting, lEach of the three ladies received the congregation in the flag .sa- Members of the group elected a lovely friendship cup. lu~ ann one verse, of America. EXCHANGE PLUS FEDERAL EXCISE TAX the following officers: President, The Teenage Club made nom- 2, ~ounoer's L)aysKl~Was put 9n _ FLmma Belle Christopher; vice-[lnations for their new officers, ~Y iour t=amp ~ire ~ris, Jamce president, Moira Reade; secre- at their last meeting. They als0 t*arnnart, Patty Barnnart, Billie taxy, Joanne Jones; treasurer, 'voted to give $25 to the March Jean Deeter and Janice McArthur Lvle Hi,gins; group advisor .of Dimes. The next dance will and Mrs. Ivan Jones supervised ,q E~el Davis. ' be February 20th by Mrs. Jim Reece. Mayor Walter . ~ [. Mrs. Alta Long has been spend- Bates made. a report on .the Any Rc~Js Today? .]rag the past two weeks visiting pro.gress of [n.e.. ~ommunl[y rial] DARRINGTON, WASH. The Campfire Girls are collect- ~ at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. pro]ecL mrs. ~v~ei t~ar[on gave a ing clean cotton rags, which they Earl McQuesten and son of Ar- report on the Parent Teachers As- will sell to the mills and shops iington, Mr. and Mrs. Jack sociation play. Miss Waldeen's Dealer in Shell Petroleum Products to raise funds for the group. If Long and children of Marysville, fifth grade room won the room you have any clean cotton rags lMr. and Mrs. Daris Long and lcount. The seventh and eighth you don't want any more and family of Marysville and Mr. and grade mothers served a very de- * licious lunch of cake, jello and would like to give them to the Mrs. Ralph Dowdle and sons of coffee. girls, get in touch with one of .hedro-Woolley. the girls or guardians and the Sunday dinner guests at the tags will be called for. home of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Week-end visitors at the home Long and family were Mr. and of Mr. and Mrs. Elige ,Mathis Benefit Dance Mrs. Daris Long and family of were Mr. Dexter Mathis and Mr. The Cascade Hillbillies will be Marysville arid Barney Dowdl6 Bob Mathis~0f Toledo, Wash. playing at the City Hall, Friday of Mount Vernon. Mrs. John "Vevig spent two days of last week in Seattle. ~ f~' 'e night, February 13th. This is a benefit dance for the Darrington Mr. Harold Reade is on the Sunday visitors at the home of " ne cars ambulance fund state resolutions committee for Mr. and Mrs. August Peterson the Washington Education As- were Mr,~and Mrs. L. IL Dixon Last Tuesday visitors at the sociation and spent the week- and family of SeattIe. home. of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis end in Seattle attending the Visiting at the home of Mr. and Reeee were Mrs, and Mrs. John meeting. Mrs. Lloyd Rankin on Sunday Cole of dad who also attended Mr. and Mrs. Bob Reece, Sr., were Mr. and" Mrs. Glendon Ran- the prayer meeting Monday*s visited with Mr. and Mrs. Bob kin and son of Mount Vernon. Sunday visitors at the home of visitor was Mrs. Cecil Mathis of Reece, Jr., in Bremerton over the Mr. and Mrs. l~oy Wolfe were Mr. Marysville. week-end ---------- The Baptist prayer meeting and Mrs. C. F. Larsen of Mercer H~me from Japan will be held every Tuesday Island. Mr. Jess Bonderante took Mr. morning from 10 to 10:30 at the The heads of the former corn- and Mrs. Earl Hyatt and son home of Mr. and Mrs. LeWL, mittees are very busily working Maurice to Seattle to see Cpte. Reece. on preparations for the Blood- Glen Hyatt, who docked in Se- The Darrington t]igh Schoo: mobile attic Monday. Cpl. Hyatt re- played Skykomish here Tuesday The Garden Club will meet at turned home on the General R. night and was beat by one point the home of Mrs. Roy Wolfe on L. Howze after 18 months of l'he score was 59 to 60. i Thursday, Feb. 26th. There will service in Japan. He expects to The Darrington High Schooli be a round table discuss[oh of be home in a few days. played Sultan here and won by spring planting Mrs. Tom Sharp- ------ -- ~he score of 61 to 53. less will be co-hostess. " Sunday visitors at the home Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wright and of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Wells and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Swanson daughter spent the week-end vis- daughters were Mr. and Mrs. and family were Mr. and Mrs. iting at the home of friends, Mr. Loyn Ness and family of Fern-Hanley of LaConner and Mr. and and Mrs. Pat Ward of Sequim, dale and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie 'Mrs. Lawrence Burns of Marble= formerly of Concrete. Ness of Seattle. Also visiting this mount. Week-end guests at the home week at the Wells home is Mrs. Saturday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold York were Mr. and Mrs. Avery Hall of Both- O. T. Bugg of Napinka, Man[-!of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sygitowicz el and Mr. and Mrs. William It can be yours for little mor~ than a low-priced tuba. and family were Mr. and Mrs. Wright of Canada ear with all its extras/Yet see what you get... S~anday dinner guests at the Roy Hamlin and Mrs. Anrka Scut. _ ..... home of Mr. and Mrs. John Bates rick. all of Bellingham. Mrs SOUTHERN SUI~SHINE Chrysler size, Chrysler safety, Chrysler and family were Mr. and Mrs. Scutvick remained over t h ~ quality, Chrysler prestige.., and the finest Sam Bates of Darrington and week-end The Times receives a message engineering in any car today! L I t t 1 e Therese Sygitowiez, of greeting from the "Warm Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Pollard of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Deep South," from Mr. and Mrs. New Spitfire engine: most tremendous Hazel. Mrs. E. L. Howard has been Sygitowicz celebrated her third i Norm Saylor. The card was performer of its kind ever built.., and ordered by the doctor to take a birthday with a~ family party on mailed at Memphis, Tenn., and complete rest. Saturday at the home of Mr. and said "On to E1 Paso and more The beautiful Roy Howard is getting along Mrs. Joe Sygitowicz and family, warm weather." much better. His daughter, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Otis DeLong ol o Mary Miller, returned to her Aberdeen and Grover Butcher of In Arlington - Phone 1344 home in Wapato, Friday. Hopkins, Mich., visited relatives KILLOUGH CLEANERS Mrs. Walter Bates and Mrs. in Darrington over the week-end, for Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence West EXPERT CLEANING Sam Bates went to Everett on received a telephone call Thurs- business Monday. The Misses Beverley and Nan- day night from their son Marvin ?7 ~roten, daughters of Mr. and in Guam. The call came through $I|NTIFI MA$$A6[ Mrs. Willard Broten, spent the about 11:30 p.m. and they talked week-end in Bellingham visit- for three minutes. Regional and General lng relatives. Their uncle, May- Visiting at the homes of Mr. uard roten, brought them home and Mrs Lawrence West and m G.A. WATKINS Sunday. and Mrs. Raymond Jones over A.O.U.W. Bldg. Phone 1694 Week-end visitors at the home the week-end were Mr. and Mrs. Phone Days 432 Evenings .,*,~ Meet the beautiful new Chrysler Windsor . . . full-time Power Steering, if you wish it: laat one of America's First Family of FinQ Care| word in steering control! New-type shock absorbers that smother all road bumps.., make riding fatigue as "obsolete" as the buggy whip! The satisfaction and pride of poseession that makes Chrysler owners stay Chrysler owners! Stop in today and learn how readily .you can own a beautiful Chrysler . . = at surprisingly modest cost! -one of America first family of fine cars! .... m