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% PAGE FOUR Mrs. Horace Enyeart, Council Considers March of Dimes Purchase oI l'otal $1,317.84 llg_L e__L .ater ovstem donations for the March " I of Dimes fund have been turned At the last regular meeting of] ~n ;m~ the final tabulation is the council, it was decided toI submit: to the people of Darring- nOWBates$1,317.84.sends hisChairmanmany thanksWalterto ton, at the election in March, an :~ryone who contributed. advisory proposition as to wheth-* " er' the town should purchase the water system. Candidates For Town Council At the caucus, held Monday, February 9th, to select candi- dates for the forthcoming city election, several names were pro- posed for the three council posi- tions, as follows: Position No. 1, Gordon McAr- thur, Ed. Hunter, Wayne Bald- win, Mrs. Leo Sygitowicz. Mr. McArthur declined. Position No. 2, Ivan Jones, Ed- die Woods, Vern Hilton, Rev. C. D. Brown, Kenneth Bennett. Mr Hilton declined.~ Position No. 3, Mrs. Annie Mor san, Eldon Lowe, Jack Faucett George Hamlin, Elmer Afseth. Sunday visitors at the home o: Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Anderson and two sons were Mr. and Mrs. Al- len Hansen of Seattle. Visiting on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Lein and daughter was their son and family of Sedro-Woolley. There will be preaching and singing by Billy and Johnie Kroeze of Everett, all this week at the Pentecostal church. Mrs. David Estes underwent surgery Friday morning at the Providence hospital in Everett Mr. and .Mrs. Owen Wells spent Saturday night and Sun- day in Vancouver, B. C. SERVE LUNCH TO PARK WORKERS Six Campfire Girls, Janice Me- Arthur, E.illie Jean Deeter, Bey. erly Brvson, Kay Wabaunsee, Shirley ~'oung, an(] Ath]ene Lew- is, sm)ervised by Mrs. Leo Syg- itowic'z, Mrs. Guy Lemmon and Mrs. Charles Barnhart, prepared and served lunch to the men working at the park grounds Sat- urday. BLOODMOBIL'-E }IERE MARCH 6 The Bloodmobile will be in Darrington on March 6th. Won't ou help win the war in Korea and save our boys lives by do- nating a pint of blood? Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ashe and laughters went to the basket: Jail game in Oak Harbor Satur- Jay night. A social gathering was held ~or the Senior Adult Bible class [n the Baptist church, Tuesday evening. A program was put on ~D" the members. A~terwards everyone enjoyed a delicious iunch. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barnhart and iamily were Sunday even- mg dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rathjen and family. Later they watched ~elevision at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Sawyer and fmnily. ViMting friends and relatives in Darrington over the week-end v:as Miss Ilelena ttaga of Seattle. A Time-Tested Chain Saw With a Proven Reputation for DEPENDABLE PERFORMANCE . OWER t ]P ' I.E.L. 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ADDRESS,, | | I .... ) " TI " + , " " * ' TIlE AI+ +IN(,I(N .\II,S, ARI I Nt 'I'I)N, WASIIINGF(IN, TIIURSI)AY, I EB. 19, 1953. ........................ __~_~ :22Z " ~ _Z_2_i _- -'-221 2 2 2-:_L :2_- ~Z ZS- 2- 4-H CLUB MEETS } 'File 4-il CILII9 ileld tD.eir la,t meeting vt lhe home of Patty, Giles. There were seventeeni boys and Nirls present, including., the new members. The dues will't be five cents every meeting or, sixty cents for the year. The next meeting will be at the homel of Tommie Dean on Wednesdav, t February 25th. ~ Rev. and Mrs. Charlie Brown went to Seattle this week to see their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Paul Brown, and children Dianne and Darrell, who are leaving by plane for Wichita, Kansas to +oin net hu:~band who went on ahead in the car. He is ernploy- ed as mechanical engineer at the Boeing airfield in Wichita. Mrs. Brown will remain in Seattle un- til Saturday afternoon to attend a Junior High Young Peoples Society at the First Baptist church in Seattle. Mrs. J. Boehmer's sister, Mrs. Betsy Langdon, plans to leave Wednesday for her home in Ne- enah, Wisconsin, after a three months visit in the west, three weeks of which She spent in Darrington. Mrs. Nels 13ruseth, Mrs. Henry Vognild, Mrs. Theoaore Klement and Mrs. S. A. Dunn were Mon- day afternoon guests at the home Of Mrs. J. Boehmer, for coffee, in honor of Mrs. Boehmer's sister, Mrs. Betsy Langdon, who was visiting with her. Rev. and Mrs. O. I. Borseth will attend a stork shower for their daughter on Friday, Feb. 20th at Montlake Terrace, near Seattle. Sunday dinner guests at the home el Mr. and Mrs. Willard Broten and family were Mr. and Mrs. Gib Huntley of Bellingham. @ur reat America PA~'g OCINy~V aEZ: AN ARKA14':SAa LUMe, E.R C'OMPA~I~/ ~IM~E~L~t4~ F~OM '1%.~ AI~ 3B6" "~O DA'/6 A~Tel~ "WrE A~-A HAl:) B~E~ RAISE FUNDS FOR AMBULA.NCE The Cascade Hillbillie played at the City Hall Friday night for benefit dance for the ambul- race fund. An electric toaster was raffled off, with Mrs. Clint- on Howard holding the winning number. 3ARDEN CLUB MEETS THURSDAY The Garden Club will meet at l he home of Mrs. Roy Wolfe on Olson. Mr. and Mrs. Christensen~LOGGERS WIN their daughter Donna who is inI night winning by the score of Sacramento on Saturday. HeL 59-50. GETCHELL I Mrs. Willis Hilde, corr. Telephone 2117 ~CHOOL BOARD CANDIDATES SPEAK Getehell Community Club met on Friday evening, Feb. 13. The ~.chool board candidates who spoke were Mr. Butters, Mr. Russ Hunter. Mr. C. Liefer, Mr. A. Fa- gan, Mr. Hovik. Also taking tort were Su,)t. Mills, Mr. Strang and Mrs. Oxley. Mrs. Oxley an- nounced a lay meeting to be held on March 4. The place fm the meeting will be announced later. The 1st and 2nd grader: were hostesses. Thir:l and t4!" ~raders will serve next meeting. H. D. Club Meeting The Home Demonstration Club met on Wednesday at the Club- husband Andy Christopher, isl The Darrington Loggers ,will~ house. Rose McGrew and Anna stationed near Sacramento. ,7 pla) in the tournament at Mount Leroux demonstrated the purses Week-end visitors at the home they made at the meeting in Ev- Vernon. The tournament starts . of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Curry and . erett. Plans were mane Ior a February 23rd and Darrlngton w .......... children were Mr. and Mrs. Les- will,v~'la"~ Tue.~uay ............ rem uary orK nay on e eo. at me nome '2ath ' of Barbara W~gglns when each Bellingham.lie Enger and two children of --Ti~ere will be a grade school one is to bring their material Friuay evening party guests at .......... and make a purse The meeting game nere ~rmay nlgnt wire .......... the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Twin Cities wm start at ,tz:6o. Faulkner and two sons were Mr. and Mrs. Troy Davis, the Misses ,v,~ ,~, ~,~,~ ~^,, ~, ,~,~, ~ Mr and Mrs George Wiggins ivml 11.~ latllalll LULL *Juaxuct y " " Joanne and Josephine Hollings ..... and g~rls spent the week-end at for Cahforma, Mexmo and will Port Blakel with th ...... worth and Mr. Bob Howe. lee visit relatives in Colorado y e ~. ~. wig- cream and valentine cakes were M v ] ' ~ms family. onda., uneheon guests at ~ Bruce Sydow of Everett s ent served, the home of Mrs. Martin Olson t P Miss Ruth McCullogh cff Se- were Mrs. Gene Edlund and Mrs he week-end with his grandpar- attic spenI the week-end at the Eddie Woods " ents, the Ralph Bosworths. home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ren- Sunday visitors at the home ofRichard Haaland left on Men SISCO HEIGHTS Mrs. Willis Hilde, corr. Phone 2117 21ub to Repair 2ommunity Building Community Club met with Mrs 3. A. Porgen on Friday evening. "lans were made to start repair md remodeling on the hall be- fore spring's work starts. Plans were also made to circulate a pe- :ition for the blacktopping of the ;etchell-Edgecomb road. Farewell Party A family farewell party was ~ekt for Mrs. Jacobs at the J. D. ~atch home on Sunday, when Mr. and Mrs. Patch had the priv- ilege of having all 14 grandchil- dren with them. Those attending '.,ere Mr. and Mrs. Howard Moore and 5 children of Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Patch and 4 chil- dren of Coronado, Mrs. Cameron Gwin and 3 children of Mount Vernon. The honored guest, Mrs. Jacobs, and 2 children have re- ceived orders to leave by train from Seattle on Feb. 22 for New York. From there they will-go by plane to Frankfort, Germany, to join her husband, who is with the army there. Ncme from Japan Captain and Mrs. Vernon Pe- terson and children are staying with his sister, Mrs. Albert Patch. He is home on leave, after ;pending some time in Japan. He will report to Virginia from here. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Patch have purchased a home in Marysville and will move this reek-end. sink and family and called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Faulkner and sons. Miss Edith Bedal spent a few days last week visiting at the i home of Mrs. Alice Younkin in : Bellingham. Jac~ Faucett celebrated, his birthday Sunday with a family dinner at his home. Members of the family present were the hen. ored guest, Mrs. Faucett, their two children, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- lis Douglas and son Lynn of Se- attle, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Skag- rand and son Art of Hazel, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Baker and family of Hazel and Miss Alice Skag- lund of Seattle. Several Grange members worked on the Grange hall Sun- day and put new roofing on one side of the roof. Mrs. Dale Kamm, and daughter Paula and Mrs. SyIvia Holhngs- worth and daughter Josephine made a business trip to Everett last Monday. Mrs. Virgil White underwent a major operation in the hospital in Mount Vernon, Friday morn- ing. Mrs. Sylvia Hollingsworth is caring for the twins while the mother is in the hospital. Week-end ~uests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bullen and family were Mr. and Mrs. Burton Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs. E.C. Thurlow, Mrs. Charlene Graham a~ son, Mr. and Mrs Clarence Bullen, all of Seattle. Mrs. Thurlow and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bullen remained for. a ;:ew days longer. Week-end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Howard! and son Roscoe were Mr. and Mrs. James Armstrong and son Gregory of Edmonds. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Howard and two sons spent the week-end at Birdsview at the home of Mrs Sella Hooper and son Robert. Alvin Jones and Martin Mayer went to work at Skykomish, Mon- day morning. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Jones and ~amily attended the basketball game at Oak Harbor, Saturday night. Mrs. Vernon Hoglund and two ~ons and Mrs. Calvin Lt Louis and two children visited at the home of Mrs. Bob Purchard and hree sons of Monroe, last Wed- nesday. Week-end visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stoney were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Stoney and family of Everett. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stoney and daughter B@tty Jo were Saturday evening supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stoney. The Baptist Young People en- joyed a Traveling supper Satur- day night. About fifteen young :olks started out with appetizers at Mrs. Joe Masin's, soup at Mrs. Iohn Potts, beverages at Mrs. Frank Faulkner's, salads at Mrs. Gordon McArthur's, main course at Mrs. Lloyd Hasenyager's, cake and jello at Mrs. John Cloer's, mints at Mrs. Sylvia Hol- [ingsworth's and entertainment at Mrs. Lloyd Hasenyager's. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Olson and children spent Saturday night and Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coones and family of Sau.k. So simple it takes but a few hours to installl Insulation keeps your home moisture proof, windproof, fire resistant and saves on fuel bills. See us for an estimate. Williamsons Home day for the Army. He is at Fort Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Phi.llips and Lewis at present. ;amily were Mr. and Mrs. Norm. an Waterman and daughter of Everett. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Randall are spending a f~w days in Ore- gon. They left Saturday after- noon. Mrs. Lloyd Rankin is ear- ing for the family, while they are away. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Sutton are the parents of a new baby son, who arrived at the Arlington ho~pitaal, Saturday, February 14th. The new arrival weighed 9 lbs. 3 ozs. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bates were Mr. and Mrs. Farris Bates and children, Carl, Marc and Ar- liss of Halterman'Spur. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Reece and son Terry spent the week-end in Seattle at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reff Week-end visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Reece, Sr. were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Reece Jr. of Bremerton. Mrs. Bob Reece Sr. was called to Sedro-Woolley Sunday when her father, Joe Cabe of Hamilton became very ill and was taken to the hospital in Sedro-Woolley. She returned home Monday afternoon. Friday night guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill O'Con- ner were Mr. and Mrs. Curt Furr of Bremerton. Mrs. N. C., Riddle plans to go tc Seattle Tuesday to spend several days with her " niece, Mrs. L. R. Dixon and children. Mr. and Mrs. Vance Rogers were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie White and family. Mr. and Mrs. Vance Rogers and Mr. and Mrs. ttal Ensley attend- ed the Golden Glove fights in Seattle, Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Hilde and family were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Riehards at Bothel on Saturday. Williamson Bros., who gaged in installation of tion material, state nave recently installed tion in the new orecte~, by Clyde Washington Ave., the Portinga home, Land home of Mr. and Mrs. Hayden on the south toad, also the new Wellman at south end Avenue. Helen Underwood a group of 22 of her friends at a Valentine Friday evening, Feb. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce man and Mr. and Mrs. derwood called on Mr. a Albert Patch on ning to help Mr. Patch his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Orrin wood spent Thursday ~hopping and on Mr. and Mrs. Melton Mrs. Alice Larson, Mrs. worth, Mrs. Barbara Mrs. Winnie Kukull meeting of the Kellogg P. T. C. on Wednesday. FREE SHOW There will be a free show at the City Hall Sunday, February 22nd, starting at 7:30 p. m. This show "Out of the North" is about hunting and fishing, and those who have seen it, say it is very good and well worth your time. Mrs. Denman of White Horse was taken to the General Hospi- tal in Everett, Friday in the am- bulance. Gordon McArthur drove the ambulance and Lorenzen was the attendant. Mrs. Entsminger of Oso wa taken to the Arlington hospital tn the ambulance, Saturdaay night. Carl Curry drove and Wayne Baldwin was the attend- ant. O SHOULTES Mrs. Edmonds held a demon :tration party at her home on Monday afternoon, for all her neighbors. The Amaranth Social Club met at the ho~e of Dorothy Howell on Tuesday. Hostesses were Mary Fanning and Nelia Crook. Mr. and Mrs. Ed'Spencer en- tertained Mr. ~H. M. Dyer's and Mrs. Henderson's Sunday school class of the Methodist Church at their home on Saturday evening, i wlt.h a wiener roast. Rose Haaland and returned home from the S. S. Denali on Mrs. Sam Dockendorf the week-end in Everett daughters, Mrs. Boomer Mohr. Rose Haaland and were dinner guests of worth on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Willis family attended a birthd~ on Mr. Storey. in Saturday evening. Installed Quickly, No WE ARE PREPARED TO ~RRANGE CREDIT WILLIAMSON P. O. Box 315, R. 2, Arlington, Wash. February 22nd is the birthday of George Washington . . . which should call to mind some pertinent facts: In George Washington's day, freedom, as we know it, was unknown . . . to even breathe the word was heresl,. What today is the United States belonged in 1776 to foreign rulers. Until he was 44 George Washington lived as a subject of the King of England. For such men as Washington, Tom Paine, Ben Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, Patrick Henry and Nathan Hale to even think and talk about becoming free men required intel- lectual and moral courage. Before that ragamuffin, desperate band of men at Valley Forge came forward to stake their lives on winning a declaration of independence, a government "deriving its just pow- ers from the consent of the governed" did not exist anywhere on earth, and no one had ever proven that "men were created equal, endowed with certain unalienable rights, among these life, liberty and the ptarsuit of happiness." While Washington's Birthday Occurs on Sunvlay, Feb. the Banks o] Arlington Will Observe the Occasion by on Monday, Feb. 23 The Arlington State Bank The Citizens State Bank Members Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation