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@ THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, FEB. 19, 1953. PAGE SEVEN VISIT IN PORT ANGELES. Mrs James *alker and John WN. Tbompsons accompanied Mrs Mary Monty to Observe Silver Port Angeles Friday afternoon to , spend the week-end with Mr. and Wedding Anniversary Anne Meugniot Mrs. Melvin Monty and family, Phone 15231 the occasion being a birthday Mr. and Mrs. William Thomsen party for their grandson Dale on of R. 1, Arlington, celebrated : ,~ his eighth birthday Saturday. their silver wedding anniversary ~" PARTY WESLEYAN LEAGUE Feb. 14. They also visited Mr. at their home Sunday, Feb. 15. : forty people attended The Wesleyan Service League Walker's aunt and family, Mr. Club benefit card par- met Tuesday night with Miss A1- and Mrs. F. P. Schmidt, and ram-McNeil,The guestSMr, andWereMrs.~Mr" Brinegar,and Mrs. Saturday night at the ice Lazarus. Mrs. Charles Amy fly, while in Port Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Schuberg, Jr., t,, T~.~..~%,ou~ ,h~ pn. lwas the assistant hostess. Under * * * Mrs. G. A. Schuberg, Mr. and ~' ~r~'~ro,'~~ mac~e'~over[ the leadership of Mrs. Murel Us- STUDY AFRICA Mrs. G. E. Thomsen, Mrs Tillie ~] -- .~ ~ ~ ,h-/born, program chairman for the i Mrs. Blacken, of Lakewood, Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Thus. Despres, - melr quota mr t e .... of Dimes Winning high evening, the group connnuea a spoke to the A. A. U. W. Study Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hughes, Mr. at (~anast'a were Dewey survey of the geographyooftAf~ Group on Africa, about Egypt at and Mrs. Rudie Thomsen, Mrs. Lff an,~ M~ q" 1~ C.r~t-Inca" Later on they t g tke Tuesday night meeting Mrs. C. E. Fralick, Mr. and Mrs. C. I-ow"'-'~" "Can'ast'a were~l~r I study of the political and relig-IG. W. Hinman will conduct the Wayt, Mrs. John Wrage, Mr. and ,.,,at,.~,~ .:.~ Hi-~lious aspects of Africa. next two sessions, meeting Mrs. Rohde, Mr. and Mrs. Max ~net ~nompson. g * * * March 3 and 16, on the countries Eitzenberger, and Mr. and Mrs. were Mrs. Dean'Field John Hahn; second high PLAN CARD PARTY of Central Africa It is hoped that Lorenz Lorenzen~ rs. A1. Bundt and W.H. The Hospital Guild met with the good attendance of Tuesday er. Low at bridge were Mrs. Mrs. Keith Sarkisian last Wed- night will be increased by others oy'~ and Mr. Bundt. Those serv- nesday night. Mrs. Arne Wangs: interested in the current prob- Miss J _arka the committee in charge me was co-hostess. Reports were lems in Africa. a " " " flair were Mrs. A1 Veil- heard on the rummage sale, Allen Ferguson, of Monrovia, Weds Jane E Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. Victor which was quite successful. The CaliL, has been working with the )n. Mr. Veilleux, who was unsold garments had been given youth program of the Gospel At a beautiful but simple cer- ~e been the chairman, was to the Goodwill. The group made Hall in Arlington for the past emony Saturday evening, Feb. fi Unable to serve, plans for a card party to be held two weeks He was the guest of 14, in the home of the bride's * * " March 10. The evening concluded Mr and Mrs. J. Coburn. Next parents, Mr. and Mrs. George DAUGHTER with games and refreshments month he and John Klein are Garka, Rt. 4, Everett, Miss Joy planning to conduct a series of D. Garka was united in mar- Mrs. David Parker of services in Granite Falls. ley became the par- LUTHER GUILD The many friends of Frances a little daughter, Susan The Lutheran Guild met Tues- F ingarson Smith will be glad to Saturday, Feb. 14. She day night with Mrs. Albert Kuhn, seven pounds, six ozs. Mrs. Roy Larsen being the co-iknw that she is recuperating The paternal" grandpar-i hostess. Mr. Edwin Sandvig, the after four months of rheumatic fever. She is now allowed to stay : Mr. and Mrs. George pastor, conducted the devotions up several hours, aday. of Clear Lake. The mater- and several of the members par- tndparents, Mr. and Mrs. ticipated in a program of Bible allivan of Arlington'visit- readings. Plans were commenced Mrs. Luther err, who now r new granddaughter Sun- for the breakfast the Guild will makes her home in Kent, near serve after the Easter morning her son Donovan, recently spent sunrise service. about ten days visiting longtime friends in and around Arlington. 8ON FOR TONDELLS She 'stayed with the Wrages, and Mrs. C. M. Tondell are ON HOME DECORATING Grieps, Leet Palmers and Duane of a son, George Mel- Mrs. Ralph Pistorese spoke to Millers, and Kackmans. riage to Mr. James E. Taylor of Arlington. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, was lovely in a traditional skin- ner satin gown of delicate apple- blossom shade with matching veil. ~he carried a bouquet of white orchids and hyacinth blos- som. Miss Virginia Parker was bridesmaid in a gown of aqua taffeta and net. Janice Taylor, sister of the groom, was junior bridesmaid, in a long dress of pale blue taffeta and net. Little Carol Taylor, also sister of the I Christian Science I*'lq . rb First Church of Christ, Scient I|rou[ rrogram ist, Fourth and Dunham streets. /rw' o.. ~ 1 I Wednes y e " o " . ] p p " ~. . [mg 8 p.m. l ln Washington are very t)rignt I Reading room, Church edifice, Iindeed thin year.The number, of Illlll~r!!~llllm-J open Monday 2 to 4 p.m and[ teeme~a cnecKea over counung ~~IIIK 4 I Wednesday 2 to 4 p m a~l 6:45~racks by fish biologists have ~~Ull~]l /~o 7:45 p.m., except legal holi.~broken, o~lhleagrhealv~U~)eereco~urn~tt ~!~ [ ~ays. twlore s~e In~ n " I~~ / The subject of the Lesson-Ser-l~doalretady t2 a 27% 2 , l /mon for Sunday, Feb, 22nd, is[~'~;~,~2 ......... ~h~ ~. Because of space limitations,t "Mind." [ ~',~.~-:~ ~k;'"the ~e~ired "l:g~)0 and problems of makeup in get-I Golden Text: Psalms 147:5.]~-~ ~2~"~this~ n~o~ram will' be tins the paper to press, it is often/ Great is our Lord, and of great] ~'~,'~ ,,,h~" ~h, f~h ,r~ found necessary to omit ch ~ower: his understanding ~s~ln- ........ ,~ notices, we regret this, but be-| finite. ~_.~;~"~." ..... lieve the necessary announce-|~ "rne Silver trout egg ta~e a;: ments can be published each[ First B~tist Churcl~ Lake Whatcom had totallea ~-~,- w t " are -" 500 000 by January 20th, which eek if he following rules Robertson Hall followed: .... ! Services at 2:30 p.m. Sunday. will provide more young fry than ~nnouncemenrs to conram on-lr~_v "" tess Ba~~ett of Pine I Game Department hatcheries can ..~ . DU g ~g~; " Iy: Nume of church, address,- st ant ' handle alone, and through the name of pcmtor, time of servicelnur ' p or. . assistance of the State Fisheries ",nd sermon subject All notices ~ --7""7--. ...... Deoartment and the Fish and .' ~nurcn ox jesus unrss~, to be in T~mes ofhce by 2 p.m. ,,~ ~_,,++,~, n,~ _qt,~,+~ Wild Life Service, surplus eggs ruesd s. ........... ..... t-uesa~ I SundaySchool 10 am. at V.F. will be handled through these Congregational Church [ W. hall. agencies. A. D. Brokaw, minister: I-- Because of the unusually mild winter this year, fish growth in Sunday Church School, 9:45[ FaithMission Church rehabilitated lakes are showing a.m. Sunday Morning Worship,~ t~ro. Aaamson In cnarge excellent results, with fish in 11 o'clock. Sermon: "Unbeliev-~ Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. fine condition. With the 1952 I able! the FACT of Jesus." Morning worship, 11. Evening Pilgrim Fellowship, Young worship, 7:45: People, 7 p.m. Weekly s,.rvices T u e s d~a y ------- , t rhursday and Saturday, 7:45. Free Methodist Church ~ .. . French and Fifth Seventh-D~ Advenust Church I Sabbath School 9"45; Devotion E. B Seymour, pastor I ~1 .~rvioos 11 ~ m ]~id.week set. Sunda L n ........................ y School 9:45.. F. S y-] vice q'n,~sdav ~'00 der, supt. Morning Worship, 11.1 "':" " .... Young People's Service, 7:15.1 Evan~,elistic 8 n m I DARRINGTON CHURCHES: b , 1-'" I The VictoryMale Quartet from! Darrinfirton Meilaadist Church Seattle Pacific COllege will sing~ O. I. Borseth, pastor in Sunday School and' church Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor. both morning and evening. They ship 11 a.m. evening service 7:30 hunting seasons now merely sta- tistical data, Washington sports- men are marking off the calen- dar until April 19th when the spring trout season opens. NOTICE I CALL FOR BIDS Notice is hereby given that the Board of Directors of Arlington School District No. 16 will re- ceive bids for one new car for the School District, said vehicle to conform to the following specifi- cations: Feb. 7, at the )ital. He weighed ten and one-half 3oIns a brother and :cky, aged 5, and Mrs. Norman Hoaby, have a baby daugh- Jan. 29. She has been Christine Olina. She joins , Ben Ann. The mother is net Louise Fingarson, the -~r of Mr. and Mrs. Fred on, The paternal grand- are Mr. and Mrs. Theo- ,aby of Lisbon, N. D. r J. Spiering left Arlington morning to attend the of his father, Fre~l S. L in Webster, S. D. In e he methis sister, Mrs. atlie, who joined him for ,ainderof. the trip. I~AWAII d Mrs. Hugo Lindbloom 'ins having their daugh- lne at home. Miss Lind- nurse, returned home )re Christmas, after 14 in Hawaii She spent with her family and at Doctors' Hen- She brought favorable impressions As to beauty, she far surpass any ideas pictures and movies. on the true democ- the islanders, who prac- discrimination, and on life. In the hen- noticed how welcome and the won- the families. oom also commented recreation the islands of- ecially.t he. swimming. ~IXTH ANNIVERSARY , [ Mrs. Frank Krauskoff s wedding anniversary )rated at a family din- Sunday. at the home of Mrs. Ivar Wyatt in e. Others present were Irs. Earl Huffman, Eva- Don, of Kirkland; Mr. Jack Spicer, Mr. and ~ Spicer and Bernie, of 'h; Mr. and Mrs. Mor- seth of Centralia; Mrs. ~rson and Marvin Hat- Redmond; Jay Hill, of Mr. and" Mrs. George Sherrill; Mr. and Mrs. , I(are~ andTerry; Mr. Eddie Oberg and Carol Bob Bertilson. 'ARDIANS Campfire Guar- n will meet with Tuesday night, will be completed daughter banquet Ch 6 at the Metho- Club Meets Tuesday ngton Business & Pro-" Women's Club will lay evening, Feb. 27, ssert at the home of Snoddy. Mrs. 'Anna and Mrs. Lillian Lonke assistants. Mrs. Verl is the district chair- V. F. W. Auxiliary, the National Se- DEANERY MEETING , from the Arlington' attended the lunch- ~eeting of the Northern of the Archdiocesan Women, in Thursday were Wrobliski, A1. Bundt, Charles Pet- Pete Boivin. Ray Farrell, Urgette, C. D. Hillis, Margaret West and SALE Legion Auxili- February meeting at[ of Mrs (Jtto BJuemRel| Joe Running as assist-I~ Plans were made for to be held Saturday, at Backstrom's show- to raise funds to Girls' State. A very discussion followed concerning of anti-commu- the A. A. U. W. at its February meeting Thursday night, on new fabrics and designs to be used in home decorating. Mrs. Pistorese, who is a professional interior decorator, employed at an Ever- ett store, brought a number of samples of drapery and uphol- stry fabric, rugs, and wallpaper The materials included both syn- thetics and combinations of fi- bers. Mrs. Thus. Terjeson, the hostess, was assisted by Mrs. D. T. J. Ball. LADIES" CIRCLE About eighteen members of the Congregational Ladies' Circle sat down to a delicious luncheon served by Mrs. Will Verd and Mrs. Wilbur Stout before the meeting Wednesday. Mr. A. D. Brokaw, thepastor, said grace. A business meeting followed the luncheon. The afternoon ended. with an original reading of the story of Ruth and Naomi, given by Mrs. Edna Verd. ENTERTAIN HOLLANDERS Week before last the Data Warrens entertained for the sec- ond time two Dutch seamen, As- sistant Engineer The.o Braem, of Cutthen, and Fourth Engineer Kleinobbink of Utrecht. Mrs. Warren has corresponded with the Braem family since World War II The boys are on the Hol- land-American Lines ship Daler- Dyek. The Warrens took them up to Snoqualmie Pass to see the skiing On Monday, high school students in the neighborhood took them up to the school. On returning, the guests said that compared with our schools, theirs are like prisons. The auditorium and gymnasium particularly ex- citetl their admiration. Their homes are not in the flooded area in Holland, but their ship had re- ceived several tons of~clothing for the flood vfctims in a two- day stop at Portland. FRED M~DONALD TO YAKIMA Mr. and Mrs. Fred McDonald have received word of the trans- fer of their son Fred from the Central Branch of the National Bank of Commerce in Seattle, to the Yakima Branch of the same bank. He is second in"charge of the trust department in his new position. His wife and two small daughters, Joan and Judy, will join him in Yakima as soon as possible. Fred R. Verd of Shelton, spent the week-end with his mother, Mrs. Edna Verd. On Sunday they motored to Verlot and up the Green Mountain road to take some pictures of the snow. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joe Frey and family is Mr. Frey's brother. John, of Herman, Minn. A caller at the Ralph Knutson home Sunday was Jeanne's friend, Miss Noreen Cooper, of Centralia, who had been attend. ins a Lutheran youth meeting in Everett. When Mrs. Millard Lord enter- tained her bridge club Tuesday night, Mrs. George Forsythe won high prize and Mrs. John Denu- bio, second Substitute guests were Mrs. Danubio and Mrs. Dean Field. Among Arlington people who attended the Home Show in Se- attle this week-end were Mr. D. G. Taylor and family, i Joining the J. Y. Dycus family! in celebrating Mrs. Dycus's birthday Tuesday evening were Mrs. Ed. Metling and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Peterson and fam- ily. Mrs. Myrtle Richardson is spending several days in Seattle with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Elmstrom. Week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Rice were Mrs. Rice's sister and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Purves and David, of Vancouver, B. C. VISIT IN,PORTLAND fly gathered here Saturday for Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Dunning the wedding of their sister and were in Portland, Feb. 4-7. While aunt, Georgina Millak, and Mr. there Mr. Dunning attended the Gunder Gilbert, on Feb. 14. Western Auto convention at the Multnomah Hotel and the Pa- EVERGREEN LODGE cific Auditorium. They visited MEETS FRIDAY Mrs. Dunning's brother and fam- Evergreen Lodge, No. 54, Sons fly, the E.J..Burkes. of Norway, will meet for a social ~. Mr. find Mrs. Roy W~ston of night Friday, Feb. 20, at 8:15. ~:as~ ~tanwooa, visited Mr. and Mr and Mrs. Gunnar Gilbert, Mrs. Victor Wrobliski Sunday. Iwho were married last week will . * * * ]be honored at this meeting. ~vir. and Mrs. Henry Murray Games will be played and re- returned Sunday from a month's[freshments will be served. All sojourn in the Hawaiian Islands. lmembers and friends are invited. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCI NTIST ]chool 10 a.m Our Savior's Lutheran Church Burke & Newberry Edwin Sandvig, pastor Sunday School at 9:45 a.m. Worship Service at 11 a.m., with nursery in basement. Sermon text: Matthew 4:1-11. Bob Gibson has recently pur- Lenten services every Thurs- o chased a new Mercury Station day at 8 p.m. FAMILY GATHERING wagon. , AND WEDDING Fo:tson mill is planning on be- Cathohc Church . . House guests of Mr. and Mrs. ins shut down for a few days due Father 3ames H. Deaay, pastor Ossie Anderson over the week. to shortage of logs 'and repair Sunday masses: end were Mr. and Mrs. Lester work being done. Arlington---9 a.m. on first, Goulet, Delores and Kenneth of Ray Toraason returned home third and fifth Sundays, 11 a.m Quincy, Wash.; Mr. and Mrs. Monday from Everett hospital, on second and fourth Sundays. Engle Erickson and Lee; Mr. and where he had gone through sur- Stanwood--9 a.m. on second Mrs. Eddie Schubert of Kenne- gery last Wednesday. He is im and fourth Sundays, 11 a.m. on wick, Wash. , improving nicely, first, third and fifth Sundays. Visitors over the week-end were Cecil Woodhouse of Wiley City, Wash.; Mrs. A1 Wellner of "~ Yakima; Mr. Bernard Shaw of Wh ther Bound. Nice, Ore.; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Raymond, Trinidad, Wash.; Mr. If you have never been more anxious about your eternal and Mrs. R. F. Marcy, Marysville; destiny than any other matter ,it is not difficult to tell in Mr. and Mrs. M. Tom Marcy, Sue which direction you are going. You are among and Mikki of Seattle. The fam- "Those who travel the downward road, Away from heaven, and home, and God; Down to the place where sinners go, Down 'neath the clouds of eternal woe." How can you be so careless about what is of far more importance than al~ things put together? I mean the salva- tion of your soul? Notice how careful people, are about taking a journe$. A mistake would cause delay, inconvenience and anxiety, and so proper care is taken. Are you as careful to avoid a mistake that may occasion not a temporary inconvenience, but the eternal loss of your precious soul? "O that they were wise." said the Scripture, "that they would consider their latter end" (Deut. 32:29). You are getting near the end of your journey, and perhaps you never look into that great guide book, the Word of God, to see whether you are travelling on the broad road or the narrow, to heaven or to hell! He who. speaks in that Book is the only One whose word is of any authority on such mat- iers. He is the Creator, Preserver and Lover of men--the Lit- Fourth and Dunham Arlington, Washington A Branch of The Mother Church, The First Cl~urch of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachuett~. # SUNDAY SCHOOL ........................................................................ ii A.M. SUNDAY SERVICE ...................................................................... II..A.M. Testimonial meeting every Wednesday ~t 8 p.m. Re.dins l~om: Church edifice--open Monday 2 to 4 p.m. and Wednesday 2 to 4 and 6:45 to ~:45 pm. excepting legal l~olldays. All are cordially Invited to ~ttend these services C~P-ristian Science program from The Mother Church, Boston is broade~st every Saturday 4:45 p.m on Station KJR, Seattle IT'S GOOD NEWS! Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new. And all things are of God, who hath reconciled us to him- self by Jesus Christ, and hath given to us the ministry of re- conciliation; Now then we are ambassadors for Christ, as though God did beseech you by us: we pray you in Christ's stead, be ye reconciled to God. For he hath made him to be sin for us, who knew no sin; that we might be m~ade the righteousness of God in him. 2 Cur. 5:17-18, 20-2i groom, was flower girl in a long will also do the preaching in the p.m. yellow dress. Marvin Taylor was evening. 1953 Four-door Sedan. Air best man for his brother. C~olic Church (Darrlngton) conditioned heating and de- Silvana-Lakewood Mass every Saturday at 9 a.m frosting o system: Delivery The ceremony, which was per- formed by the Rev. E. W. Schroe- utheran Parssh 'alva,-- Pen+~',,sta~ ~,~ ....),~n ~,,~, n~ h, +~,oir der, took place in front of the J. n. Myrwang, pastor ~,,~::~,~,, " .... ~.~':~:'~','~ ff~.:~,,~,,~,~ "~. fireplace which was banked with on Lutheran, Silvana" " - ~ 1 1^ m m rn ........... ............ Sat rd .... ~ ~^ ~unaay scnoo, u a. .; o . i~asn ~our-uoor ~eaan, ~aotor ~o. tan stanuaros oI wrote StocKs U ay, 1,co 2:J.--w6o a.m i - w radii- 11 childre-' ...................... ~.~ .~ ~.~,~ ..,~.;+ ...... h...~Confir~,~,~~ .~,~+ " " ng o p, ; p ~ ~b~ozz, beriai rio. ~u~uzz, a~ .... ~ ........... "~ ...... ": ........ Sundav'.'~Feb~"22 9"45 am church, 7 p.m. evangelistic ser. payment on the new automobile, At the receptmn whlch fol Y, vlce 7 30 m .......... ~-': Sunda,, Schooi" 8~--.m" Famil~" ' : P" " setting for the amount of such lewes, relresnmen[s were serve~ .. ., v , o ~ ~n,..,~,,.,~ l~i ht oci ............ to approximately fifty guests, g S al. Goodprogram, AllDarrington Baptist Church .......... and many lnvolxr aift~ wore inviteo. Chne F Rrown nn~tnv BIaS WlIl De openea on Mon- ........ " ..... ~ ~" ........ Wednesda Feb 25 2 m .......... - .... day, March 2, at the hour of 8 opened by the bride and groom .... , . .Y- : --. P- , Sunday School 9:45 a.m.; ~, .... ,..._ .._ ,u^ ~,~..~ D^^._ ....... Laules Ala ~ocIety meets lm-,Worshin 11 a m ; nreachin~ ser u cm~r~ pm. ,, u,c. Dua,u ~,,n,.. Tne young couple WlII leave " P, ,- ~, " ......... portant meetlng. Ivice 8 p m Midweek service of the Washington School. rnursaay mr a ~ew weeks in ~an First Lutheran Lakewood --" " : ............ Diego, Calif, after which they - ' : I rnurs~ay a~ :~u p.m. Tne ~oara reserves me rIgn~ ...... .... Saturday, Feb 21--1 p m, Con- I ~ to reject any and all bids Will De at home near l~verett, firmants meet" " " speaking 'of ~asped Sunday, Feb.22--10 a.m., Sun-llt | | k tl9D3a.ted this 16th day of Feb. day School 11 a m, ANNIVER- Cle across the sea more than 2,700 CAOV CE~rro~e" ~" ..... ro+ m'~'dmnmlmmm~m, mm|l..l:tJ BERTHA MORRIS, rk. .... o .........................." Pub F~b 19 and 26 1953 Gin stationed in Er~land have in 45th ear of Con re ation l .... I . . ....... - ..~ ....... g Y g g ", " "" " " ~ " " " " I o ' ........ marries l~rIusll glrt~-: ,ouu oi .... - Rev. Baalson first astor,will ,, them last year. :~ ~ . . : P, . J~a~ ~a~1~a~m-~l Middle age fs when you feel ~peaK t, uncn servea a~ noon --------o . "IWINI I'I/ IU3WAI I Ion Saturday night the way you Short meeting in afternoon. Ali] lused to feel on Mends" morn I .-,.-, ,-.~ I are invited ]Phone 643 Arlingtonl ...... ~ " m ~,~ ~-~,w*~ , " . ..~ .. lng. --~rances t~oaman. I ~ t_/lb I ~..~L/.{~ I Thursday. Fee zb -- ~ p.m., ------ ------- ' ............ I Mrs. Ray T;r~;on. []Lenten services Pastor Sandvig, -----" "----- I ~"~'~l~l~n't"' [ Arlington, guest speaker. F I" 1 " m mAmm mm==m:~a~ma~m : ............ -- ,(__ n,o ,..o m_.o Good news was r g~ceived heret Silvana and Lakewood Parish f~mTf~a~D~C~ that Andy Hamil~ is hme[The Lutheran Free Church ~r~w~z~x~o~ again after being i$~ Aldercrest r ..... ~ _ ... IO. J. Haukeness, paste BA wew 9015 ~est t~ome tor over~,~:monms, we :nv~,,o. all wmh him a speedy reco e y. Sunday, Feb 22nd --- Sunday 2612 Colby Avenue Everett, Washington Mrs. Agnes Wold and daughter ;chool and Bible Class 10 a.m. Anna Lee, form Everett, were Monday, Feb. 23rd -- Choir '' ' .' "' visiting here ov~r the week-end. )ractice 8 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Backman of ~akewood: Sunday, Feb. 22nd -- Sunday ,, ~ ing God (1 Tim. 3:15, 16). Even Satan, that grim conductor to ruin of such countless multitudes must marvel as he sees how easily you are delud- ed by his lies. He tells you "There is time enough yet," while the great guide book says, "NOW is the accepted time" (2 Cur. 6:2), "Boast not thyself of tomorrow" (PreY. 27:1), and gives warning that all your plans for the future may be blasted in a moment, and this night thy Soul be required of thee (Luke.12:20). Unless you change your course you are on the down track and before long will awake, not with loved ones in glory, but with the outcasts and reprobates in everlasting woe (Rev. 22:15). Listen to the words of Him who loves you, who wept over you, who died for sinful men, "Except a man be born again he cannot see the kingdom of God" (John 3:3). "Except ye be converted and become as little childi'en ye shall not enter in,to the kingdom of heaven" (Matt. 18:3). If you know noth- ing of these things, and die as you are, where Christ is you can netzer come (John 8:21). Do you see your danger and desire salvation? Close be- side you is the Saviour. Listen to His voice. Gently He whis- pers, "Look unto me, and be ye saved" (I~a. 45:22). Will y.ou look and live? Will you have Christ? With Him you receive all that God can give, including a title to the place where there is "fulness of joy," and where saved sinners have "pleasures forevermore" (Ps. 16:11). We extend a hearty invitation to you to 9ttend the' Gos- pel meetings held every Sunday night at 7:45 in the Arling- ton Gospel Hall and 8 o'clock in the Oso Community Church building. Shop PENNEY'S for the * l&test word in New Fabrfcs and Sewing Methods-- THRIFTY And , SMARt" tO Sew and Save! GOOD.LOOKING, SANFORIZED STURDY DENIM Look what's happened to Denim! It's at Penney's now in rich tweed tones, vivia checks, stripes, plaids, plains. TWEED TONES AND SOLIDS .. .......... 591: yd. VA~D CHEVRON WEA VE LOOK EMBOSSED COTTONS , Crisp new texture never needs starching, washable, resists wrinkles and preshrunk! YARD POLISHED CHAMBRAY... lgs TAFFETIZED Fashion news from Penney's! 'Everglaze fin- ished Chambray! Its lustrous cotton, pre- shrunk, in the softest pastel shades. YARD SMART RAYON AND ACETATE TWO TONE TWEED Hand washable, crease resistant lightweight suiting with the tweedy look! Smarat new color variations you'll love! YARO Penney's Rondo . . . . 39c yd. Broadcloth . . . 49c yd. WOVEN GINGHAMS . . . 79c yd. ,, ~ ,, RD in observance of WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDA Y IIII III I