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TtIE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASIIINGTON, TIIi=RSDA$, LB. 15, 1951. PAGE FIVE 9D- Johnson, corr. 21Fll Improvement Club of Miss Etta night, Feb. 9. A enjoyed the enter- refreshments a n d is absolutely no truth to that Stella Parsons (Cissy) Preston have contract with Metro- Studio in Holly- girls have assured us continue to use their as a hobby only. Holly- Loss is our gain. arol Holland enter- accordion and song. be some doubt, gen- "The Thing is, don't we, Mary Mrs. Wm. Rock and of Seattle, ac- Mr. and Mrs. G. A. were guests :. Robisons Sunday. Amundson, daugh- and son Leander, and Mrs. Leonard Mr. and Mrs. Mel- at a birthday lip Widmayer Wed- in the Widmay- Pepper, who has been been taken to the for the aged and Victor Brown of been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Orlo Hamblin, ~ince Saturday evening, return- ing home Tuesday Mr. Brown is a merchant seaman in the Korean war area. Mrs. Kenneth Johnson, nee Irene Amundson, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs John Amundson, Sunday Kenneth has been shipped overseas Mr. and Mrs. Elof Johnson im- mensely enjoyed a two-day ses- sion of the Washington Co-Op Farmers Association in Seattle Thursday and Friday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Jenkins traveled many detours to Sedro- Woolley Sunday to view damage done by the flood. They are very happy they live on a hill. Mrs. Lucinda Williamson spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Southermark. Claude Damaske will be un- able to work for some time as he twisted his arm muscle while on the job, pile driving, in Ever- ett. Mrs. Damaske has recently begun a home nurse's course, Claude is her first patient, or impatient, as she expresses it. Gus Zaretzke has been con. fined to his bed the past week with illness. Ruth Goodrich and Fred Guch- enberg held a pinocle session with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Persson Monday evening. Norman Melum is home from Wrangel, Alaska for a few days. He will return the latter part of the week. 1 Mrs. Elsie Howell of Belling-[ ham is visiting her sister, Mrs Stella Parson& this week. [ Glen Parsons entered the Ar-' lington Hospital Tuesday for an emergency appendectomy. Mrs. Leonard Zaretzke with son Ronnie and daughter Carol spent Monday evening with the John Amundsons. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Preston en- tertained their grandson Michael with a birthday dinner Monday evening. Michael, who is one year old, was accompanied by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Preston. A fire Thursday slightly dam- aged the Philip Midmayer home. Damage was estimated at ap- proximately $40.00. Mr. and Mrs. John Van Natter of Everett visited Mr. and Mrs. Orlo Hamblin all day Sunday. o CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our heart- felt thanks to all our neighbors, friends and relatives for their many expressions of sympathy during our bereavement. We are deeply grateful for the beautiful floral offerings and donations givet~ to various causes in, mem- ory of our beloved husbafld and father Especially do we thank Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Myrwang, Rev. D. B. Ross and Rev. Her- man E. Baalson and the friends who served as pallbearers.~Mrs. E. O. Anderson and family. IArlington 49; Burlington 42 Playing ~t Arlington last Sat- urday night, the Arlington E~les dealt the Burlington Ti. :~.s a s~unning upset to win 49 to 42. Coach Ernie Ludwiek's five led throughout the game, playing their best contest of the season. The defeat dropped the favored Tigers out of a tie for the league lead and left Arling- ton securely in fourth place. Arlington grabbed an early lead and successfully fought off repeated Burlington attacks fo register their seventh conference win of the season. The Eagles led axt the ppening quarter 14 to 12, at the half 28 to 24, and were still in front 36 to 33 at the end of the third period Jack Erickson, who in the past few games has found the scor- ing touch, led Arlington's at- tack with twenty points, high for an Eagle player for the season. Big George Spencer contributed a dozen and Blain Bergam chip- ped in ten more. Benson and Nevitt had fifteen and ten for the visitors. Eaglets Win In the preliminary Coach Larry Munizza's Eaglets found the home floor to their liking and eked out a 29 to 28 victory in shortened contest By their victory the Reserves gained re- venge for one of the three de- feats suffered during the season. CARD OF TNANKS We wish to express our sin- cere thanks to the many friends who gave their kindness, sympa- thy and beautiful floral offer- ings during the illness and death of our beloved wife and mother. -- Martin Mayer and family. o In Arlington - Phone 1344 Clothes Expertly Cleaned and Pressed at KILLOUGH CLEANERS 0 Washington coulees were river beds of streams during the lee age. The Eaglets have now come out on the long end Of the score fif- teen times in eighteen con- tests. Arlington's next contest is at Anacortes Friday, Feb. 16, wlth the Eagles playing their final home game against Snohomlsh on Tuesday, Feb. 20. A win in either game for the Eagles will give Ludwick's quintet a berth in the Northwest Tourney to be held in Mt. Vernon. That is, pro- vided the Mt. Vernon Bulldogs do not win two of their three re- maining games. Lineups: Arlington (49) Burlington (4~) Erickson (20)..F ...... Benson 115) Spencer (12) ..F ........ Nevitt (10) Bergam (10) ..C ............ 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