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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, FEB. 26, 1953. PAGE FIVE I f" ' IOn Tour W,th ,1 IL"A 'TA ]l FORTSON I I I o v h ' [ IW.W.C.E. lhnd t h.rrhpt] 11 Mrs. Irene Vognild, t~1 Mrs. Ray Toraason, Ill [ I ............. I ~" "~ .... "7- [I correspondent. |l! CorresDonaent I}l I [WaU%l/ngtnoam~o~'eZ~ofWE?u~Tn[ ]Salem Lutheran [ Those attending the FriendlYl[ ] [ g g "1 --- tLudies Aid [Sewing Circle at Mrs Lee Bak-H I [certtin will send its 76 piece con- ~i~- - [ ' " " " k Mrs [ , er s were Mrs. Dick Kleslc , . I band on tour March 2-6, with ~ , . The Salem Lutheran Ladles iChar)es Tem*'leton Mrs MelvinI/ I ....................... 113 cities of the state included in[ ~dlli~r'Zi~ 4 ]Aid will meet on Wednesday af-[Anderson Mrs Ma.,nar(i Baker ][ [ '-uwE GtlILD I when Mrs. Bun ~rrorz enter-I,~... ,~; ...... ,~...~ ra^.. c. xxr.~+...I -- -* qterno-n March 4th in Memorial] , . v ,, , . . . - tile ltlll~lal~, 1u&. ~2011 ~. alt~l ~ 9 ~ ~Iettle Lowe Guild met tamedher card club Friday eve-Its director. Band officers assist, l |l~m~-~ |Hall at 2 o'clock. Mesdames Ne.ls MfsLRay Gr.endyk: Mrs/ Me 1 [[ [ rs Dp~n Wield W~dnes-lnmg, me prize winners were lvlrs.I~ ..... ~th ~,,~,~,~,~t .... ~ .... I ~.l . ;IWalen Ann Moe and Alice Moel if'*."=" ~'*. .... ".:.'~ '~"*'.".' ":"~" ~. "1/ I ht. The-co--h-ost-esses were Verl Randall and Mrs. Barneylic~ ~arv*'pres~'d~en~.-]3e{]lng'~am;[ ~1~~ :!will be the hostesses and theYl~aKerk~v~rs; ~r~%L~;ooT~'l/ I llard Lord and Mrs. John Brenne. . . . [Anne B'attey vice-president We- _ ...... " extend a cordial invitation to all[~aa~{'a'verv~'lovel~{ime""TF"l~e[[ [ )devM:~onHar~heC~r~stle~ Mrs. Toby Freese has returnedln:tcheer~,a~admL::rene Bergmann'l ~;~rS:~a~h~u~n~ Christ, Scient ]members and friends to attend. I~ext ~Ie~t~n, gV~beh~.~1d at Mrs.:] .~... ~ [ for *~-^ ~:'-in- l"neheonIt her tJarrington nome after~ ~ . " . _ J ist, Fourm and vunnam streets, f Over fort., -~eo'qe includin-I ,/ /2~ // n i t,te ~p~ ~ ~ Cities to oe visiteo are" Stan- da S he Sun ! v v v , s Mrs Fred Meek returned home if" two weeks at Providence Hospx- Sun y c el 11 a.m. " mb r n ' of th " lrmed. Thatwlllbetheltal in Everett She is reeoverin~lWood, Everett, andSultan, March]da.,Servieellam line ~es a.d friends __ - elwedhesday from Everett, wherel[ k k t~l [ after rms~er, tqans nicel" Her small dau"hter Caro~[2; Wenatehee, Leavenworth and~ ~Vednesday testimonial meet ]~augnters o~ l~orw, a.y, attenaeq[she has been visiting her daugh-[[ {~ _~ (~ [ mrr~need for oeeorating[sta.,e~d with anothers dau.hter, lNorth Bend, March 3" Se'attle ling 8 p m " "[~ne earn party at V~K}ng .tiali l.astlter for a few davs, also while l/ .~r~,~,g~,~ [ tal rooms of the cnuren[Mr~' Bud Strotz, while sh~was[Lincln arrd Franklin high| Reading room, Church edifice,[baturaay evening. W inn.rag mgn[there she had den~tal surgery. I/~LF2,3J~ I occasion This meal will h 1 a r ano low prizes ~or wnlst were _ . ...... [ow~,, [sc co s,nd Foster, Ma ch 4;[onen Monda,, 2 to ,t -m and l ....... / Mrs. Lee Baker attended a ba-I/ VdrT :' | ~area by tne t, uncneon '~ ~v. P all mner . v ~ v. J~eatrlce t~oa ann Anna oensen; an .......... [ [ uy up, Su , and Olympla,[Wednesdav 2 to 4 nm and 6"45[ ......... lby shower Monday for Mrs. Je 11 ~"~ [ .u people Irom seattle, r b r e ' - ~" ". nlgn ann low ~or plnocnle were ~,~n ~... c~.,;,a .~..~.,~ [ Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Groth havelMa!ch 5, A e d~ n,. Hoqulam,[to 7:45 p.m., except legal hoh.[si~ Aalbu and L,~na Hardistw[wleken' reporting a go.off tlmel] ~-l~ .~[r [ ~" ~ ~'"'"~ '"='- ..... ~ano lVlOmesano, lvlarcn b ~" ...... "' and lo~s oi lovely presents were [e Huber presented as the moved, to Seattle, where Mr., ..... _ /days. _ [high and low for canasta were[received [[ } X,~.~ [ t for .............. tho ov,~nln~,~ ....... n mnvio/Grom lS employed. .. Thelr.oaugh- Among. tne Dano. . memoers/ The subject of the Lesson-Ser- Johanna Haarsager and Nelvin " , A,~ e )deling and redecorating [ter Karen is staying, with her maklngthe tour is An!_ta_ Jorgen-[mon for Sunday, March 1st, is: ]Larsen. The door prize was won[ arVl~#rsf at:hi~lKlem~,nth~m~ ][ ~~ [ e Rofr~hrn~nt~ worelgranaparents Mr ann ~virs lver ~on o, .~iumgton, uaugnter o~ ~v~r/"c " esu ~,, ~ - ~-~ ~; ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~*~ [ .... " 1 ~ ~ l ' " I''~l" "~'g~" l at a long'}at;ie-l y'can fie-IIversn, until the school termland M s. Axel Joergenson. / Golden Text: ohn 3:17. Godlin charge included Hazel Peter-I..&. ... M.. I enos. I --~------o------------ /sent not his Son into the world|sen and Myrtle Stensaa for thel~::.~'[.." :~"~k~]:h~::.'"w~;~'w::~ / ~~~",t~.~4~ I _ * * , .~ IFIELDS TO RETURN /to condemn the world; but thatlcards and Ida Erlekson, Bergle[ ....... : ............ ~rloment [ ~.....~~ ~ [ Th W ] [ [ . . [Xlley ~Xtll ~wx. a.u ~vax~ ........ e omen s ~oclety W S C S OY .... the world through him might be Dnvstuen and Irene Vognlld for ' I/ r I ......... of the Methodist Church will, / ..... a Ithe lunch Cherry me and sand / ...... . .... TO ARLINGTON . attended a lovely dinner at Mr. -,lu ivlrs. Arne need are I .~..... xxr.n...o.,.. ~,~...,. ~., ..1 Mr ,,d wrr r~ewton Field ] ...... ~ . . " ~ y ..... "/ann mrs. t~oy Jgunn s in beattle I/ l~.,~M.~..~l~%~r~7~' I rents of a bo born in the ""~ v,~u,=~,,ay, ~,~a,~, ~t,, at ..... . ......... . .... , w/cfles were servefl wltn cmree. Y the home of Mrs Leo McCul-former residents of Arlington, . Sunday. t General Hospital Satur-[,.~,,,~ " |will roturn tn rnnko thoir h.roo[Our Savior's Lutheran Church [ Mrs. L. G.ulhaugen has lm-[ Mr. and Mrs Eddy Hill and[[ ~"- [ 0an proveu sufficiently ~rom her re g Arne joins two broth-[ " .. [here after M~reh 1-~ having, n,,r [Burke & Newberry [ ...... "|family were visitors at Pat Clarkl/ [ nn I ....... ] "] " vi a t r ]cem mismrtune to return to net I| LACE TRIMMED Y and Allen. chased a new home in Wrob- Edwin.Sand g, p s o , . ~home Sunday. I _* * * IIIL..LL.._* D-||_ |liski additi^n | Sunday School at 9:45 a.m.lhome last Friday. Her .children. , Mr. and Mrs. John Amundson|/ ~rlr, r~, ~, I,~ I ;,,~I~R HOME FOR VISIT [~ UUUI/lg DUll} [ Mr Fieldrecently retired from~ Worship service at 11 a.m.[from ~ea~lespent Sunuay wlthlwere Sunday guests at Mr. and[[ I~ILUPI bLIF3 | ~ale Huber, who is withlT_ D;__ {~_-..-.]_.. [the lJ S Forest Service While[Matt" 15:21-28, sermon text. Len-[ner ana ~vir. ~ulnaugen. ]Mrs. Kenny Johnson's. I1 I llitary Sea Transport Ser-IlO I~lllg d~tU[U~ty [formerly "residing here he was'ten service every Thursday at 8] ~ I Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Sparta of][ ~,, [ I board the General Free-. w,,~m,~, h,~u- ...;~ ~ ~^- ~,- lassociated w,~h ~h,~ wr,,~., ,... Ip.m. . |Sons-Daughters to Meet IRemer Minn., Mrs. Rene Grif-[/ ~'~1~ I , as at home ThursdaylT .........~xr tr.,.~t- .... a ~.~ [~in~ Co and the E,,re ~hi,~o -- ] The Sons of Norway and the fin of Wichita Falls Texas and [ ~115@ | n Tuesday and will be atlMary Mont,, on Saturday after-ICe [Silvana-Lakewo~l [Daughters of Norway will hold|Mr, and Mrs. T. Klement motor-II A new low price for cool [ again Thursday to Satur-i .... ,t a %m,~o~- ,oo,~i,~, t,~[ " ~o------------- [Lutheran Parish /their regular business meeting ed to Vancouver Tuesday. [ woven nylon Choose from [ i!s ship, which goes back[:~'~,~.'.:,,~,:,~.~.~'~.::';,.~",;:q~:%~,~:[ .......... .. [J H Myrwang vaster |on Tuesday evening March 4th, I Mrs. Jenny Boehmer spentl/ two dainty stvles' White or I ~rth between Seattle and].~'~'~ ............. ~ ....... v ....... io~v~ ,~-n IZ'ion" Lutheran~'S'ilvana ]in Viking Hall. There will be sev-[Tuesday visiting with Mrs. Dunn.[[ pink 32-40 - ' [ has been in for repairs ~.~'" _\ ....... Pre.sident Don Klein called the] Saturday, F_eb. 28--9:30 am.,[eral items of important business] ~ [| ~'" .......... [ sailin Saturda- ~ rne weoomg will take place meenng m ~iivana 4-H to oroer Confirmants meet ~discussed and the members arelv~ ...... .g . . Y" !in the Methodist Episcopallon Feb.,--~18. [Sunday, Mareh'l--9:45 a.m.,[asked to be present. Refresh Irrances E. Lawrence 1[ C,r , [ church, The Key A U ~Uall, . hers of the Arlinaton Bus-[ ....... " " " [ The club is promoting the sale lSunday School. 11 a.m., Divinelments will be served and a social ll~* , , [I NYLON I ~d Professional~Women's pastor, omelaung, of rotenone, which is valuabielServiees. |time will follow. The meetings[VieS a| uarrmgton J/ * .iPo l raeetin~ Tuesday ni~,ht[ They plan to make theirfu- in combatting grubs in cattle[ Thursday March 5---8 p.m. |will start promptly at 8:15. Therel Mrs Frenees E Lawrence 69,11 ~ ~ | [iss Bess~ie Snoddv~en~o.%dIture home on the Hopkins farm, land young stock. Farmers are{Lenten Services at Hall Pastor|will be a representative from{Darrin~ton diea Saturday even-l[~1 llous dessert serv~e'd b~ ~he on R. 4, Arlington. urged to use this drug, makinglStromberg, speaker. All invited. [Bargreen's to explain the prizesling at~he 'home of her d~ughter[/ [ ;~s. The decorations were[ o Itwo applicationsat this time,|First Lutheran, Lakewood: ~of kitchen and restaurant equip-|i,Darrin~,ton following, an ill,|/ ............. I , an - ~, ~, wnl[e or plnl< taliorea slips ~Ping with Washingtons[~ ~ , , ~, ' d then an application every[Saturday, Feb. 28---1 p.m., Con-[ment. |hess of several weeksShe was][ ......... | t threeW Wltn a tOUCh OI lace ~lzes o~ theM~S~feV:jlprogH:fner[Jll ~ChO01 Liir[$ [years. ~ek~ref~rnthnet neXto~hrexe/flrsman~t:y?~Ieatrch 1 __ 10 a. m. [ Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mayer, wholb;n1 61n18813??2~n~ea~C~iveKa?n [ 2to 14". Limit two per cus- [ "IAt Conference [pensive" and if followed would|Sunday School. [have been residents of tile lowerlRnnhnmi~h ............................ nnd ~kn~it Cnunti~[][[ romer. JJ n ......... , ~ ]result in eradicating the grub /--------- /Happy Valley community west of[since 1902 Mrs Lawrence is ' ~,tu lv~rs, ueru Mills enter- . Men s, Large at dinner Sflnday, Feb 15 [ Bellingham, Feb 23---Student[MAr lunch was served by MrS.[The Methodast Church [town for many years, recentlY|survived by two daughters, Mrs.[| [ ng their daughter, "~drs:[Leadership and how to improve[maeYin~WgS~nMa~2wmg or~enre.lArnt O. Quail, pastor "|sold their Iarm to Norman ~neve.lEdith Thurlow of Seattle and][ W~IT~ 00TTON [ orl Jones, and her two|it was the theme of the annual[ g'--- _ , P .1 Church School, 9:45 a.m. Mrs.[~lr. ann ~xars. Mayer ann_ son,/Mrs" Harriet Bullen of Darring-[| HANDKERCHIEFS I ~ters, Jay and Pamela.lHigh School Leaders' Conferencel ""----''--~~ IDale Price, supt. Public hour, ll[.~eorge nave purenased a nouse[ton; two sons, Burton of Seattleil ~n ~-~ I .gUests were Mr. and Mrs |held on the campus of Western[ CARD OF THANKS a.m. The Gideons will have|in lwarysvme ana nave. movecl[and George of San Diego; a sis-]l ~v ,~f~| . I rnpbell and Don Mr ancilWashington College of Eduea-I Our recent sad loss, intheleharge of the morning service.lrnere. Tne people o~ me eom-/ter' Mrs. Adeline Morgan of T~e-[| lot "l." [ :harles Camnbell' and Mr Ition Friday February 2C Ap-lpasqing'of our beloved mother,[ March 8th, Miss Frances Beard, lmunity wish the Mayers the besttoma; two brothers, Howard Wil-[[ ~ [ rs. Charles J~ssett and Vir'}proximately' a hundred " high I leaves us with grateful hearts la Honduras missionary, will'belOf !uck and much happiness in|son of Darrington and Albro Wil-l/ HORSEHIDE I all.of Sedro-Woolley; andlschool girls from six ,counties|toward neighbors and friends forlspeakin.g in the morning. [their_new. nome. ~orman ~neveIson ofNorth Carolina; seven|[ ~xr~t)v" O_T n~r~',~ | ~d th lr ano nls sister Josepnme Henry our rear w ~.~...~...v--~,.~ . Mrs. Charles Belknapp[participated in the day s activi-I e" comforting expressions of,~.----.7-- ~ .... , ..... ,,grandchildren, and f g. [ [ ~Cor le ro n were Bar s m ath and for the man Satvana and Lakewt~l Potash movea to ~ne Mayer iarm last randchHdren Funeral servmes thetguesyr~"/g2:s a~VaaS[~arSa F~r~eArll~gtndra Parsons,[~Ya~tifuYflowers. Their thoughtY[The Lutth:l~an Free,Cl~urch [~::~nMr~22d Mwr%Em~]u Eri~ke[~ere held Wednesday afternoon ] $1. [ ,athering this past Sundav[Carmella Lindell, Phyllis Smith,[fulness will always be remem- u... J. na eness, pastor ]s ~ y PY [at the chapel of Moll Funerall/ ~, .............. ~...,.,.., I .Lars Amundsen home i~[and Mrs. Isabel Hawley, advisor.[bered. :~ .... [S1Lvana~- _ ]~neve nouse. [Home. Burial was in Arlington|[ ~y~,,~,~,,%~a~. | gton. | Darrington High School wasl Unable to leave her home, in[ .. . ay, ~'eb. 28th~Conflrm-[Births [cemetery. /[ tin"' " | * * /represented. by'. JoAnn. Jones,[later~ v"ears, mother en~oved~ ~ thelaUon class u a.m. I Mr. and Mrs George Carroll ofl_ .--. , ~ -- ,/ ~" | I~ob Leach was pleasantly[Charlotte Riddle, Bermce Ber-visits of friends and neighbors [~. S;unday,.March 1st -- Sunday[Mt. Vernon announce t.he ar-lWdliam .Inn g_ 3 / Men's Cotlon [ ~ed Monday when a cous.[tels, Alice White, and Christine and the letters and gifts sent by[~cni ano.mole class u a.m. rival of a son, Douglas John ]" ...... " ----"~-~ -- [ ....... ~ ..... [ 's. T,~a ~^,,;..- ^ ~ .... ,^ [Shuler advisor ~. .... ~.+,,, ~;,~..ao e),~ ,,~,~.,l~ivine worsnip 11 a m born on February 11 at the Mt [J~ea~ M~v ~[ WUI~I~. ~UUI~.~ I ~Ir. Collier Ira an~ "v,~m ~ m,~.*;,~.,~ *h;~ ~na ~'~d ~[ Monday, March 2nd -- Choir Vernon Hospital. The little fel-[a~oo~,o s,a,vaa~u~ [ ~ ~l~l [ Lille t ........ " ~ " ...................... *""~ .... practice 8 p m ~ r tow joins tWO brothers, Tomm William Paul Jones, 3, Arling o ,~ o see her They were The Gideonswill beat the Oso to reward them for their thought-[ .... . " " . Y[ ......... " [ "D,,;... ~)1" | ,u chums in" Ro~]]mont q,,r~rl~,r q,~hr~r~l M~,r~h 1 ~ "lo,2fl[fH]n~--'Pha ~t~mln~ror ~nm-I weonesoay, March 4th--La-land Jimmy. Mrs. Carroll will belton, oiea in me Arlington nospl- I ,,~.~o I ............... [~-'"~"~'~"':~,,~,~,~-'~" " "~ ...... lil'v ............................. ]dies' Aid 2 p.m. Mrs/Luther Moe!remembere4 here as Dorothyltal Monday morning following a | Heavy terry knit soles and | ...... ....... ~ ......... a ----------- .land Mrs. Everett ~ will serve. |Grimm. |sudden illness. Bill was born in][ heels. Two styles, elastic | [[Lakewood-- ..;',~,: [ Lt. and Mrs. Erland Elefsen of|Everett on May 25, 1949. ~He isl/ top or long top. 10 to 13. | ' [[ saturday, Feb. 28th----Confirm- Oklahoma City Okla, announce|survived by his parents, Dr.r| I I[ationclass2p.m; |the birth of a"~irl on FebruarvlThomas J. and Dr. Ilene S.'| lriple1%le | [[ Sunday, March' 1st -- Sunday]17th. She has l~een named Ki~lJones; a sister, Patricia; and his | COTTON / :l " -- ~- ~ m I|School 10 a.m. Divine Worship|Kathleen and is the first grand, lgrandmother, Mrs. Laura Snyder / _ / _lira _ _ m _ _ _ I" _ [12 p.m. .L' ,[child of Mr. and Mrs. Evander[of Arlington. [ ANKLETS [ l~l~l~d~l~WIIJ~l~ IJ IIP M mA l llaW II Thursday, March 5th---Ladies IElefsen. [ Prayer services were held at / 9. tI~1 i V Aid 2 pm All members will Mr andMrs C1 deReese, who830pm Wednesday in the chc- [ ~ . IMIIII I3 I[s r e. ' " renSti: n[aa~eth: par'!Pe u fn e n" Pa rs I/[I / ,' mm nmumumm u, unm~. efin Verm~ ~2elM~l]Fu:? lrH~e~'i Bright colors, heavy knit' Congregational ChUreh [don Reese ~Ye the grandparents, the Immaculate Conception / Girls' sizes 8~ to 11. iI~. ~. t~roKaw, minister S S~t and Mrs Richard Ber-e {Church, Arlington at 10 ~ m / ,-. ,, ,- , , / ...... II Sunday Church School, 9:45 a. son" of'~Ioses Lake announce ~l~e Thursday. Burial was in ~er: [ ~iris oan]orlzea n ' __ I[m-. ............ ~.. [arrival of a baby girl, Patricia]ett's Evergreen Cemetery. [ FLANNEL [ mi~ ~L mm m i II ~vto:.'nlng wo~smp,,,~ ~ o*cJocK, IAnn, born on Februarv 8th Shel_ . ~ / ~a T ~ ~ ~ ~ [[with tim Holy Communion; ser- ~oins a little sister-Marvelle ~mvary ~'entecostm / r uAMA$ | I ~ i II a a I/men, "The Way, the Truth, and Mrs. Bergeson is the ~former" Betty Darrington .... I 2 / I I ~ ~ I I ~ ~ I ~ lime Li~e. IWalen and her mother, Mrs. Nelsl. ~unaay .senom,_x.u a.m.; morn / Pairs 'a'O I I I m mm 'mm*mm n m m m m mm II Tuesday, 6:30 p.m. Fellowship[Walen, has been staying at Mos-~ mg worship, 1~; cn~mren ~ / ..... ] ~ ~ ~ n m m m'~ m n m ~ ~ ~ IIChurch Night Dinner. Guest andlesLakemakin-*h,~ ..... ;,,* .... lenurcn, t p.m. evangelisuc set [ Emflt 0~ season feature: I M ~ ~ ~ Ilspeake.r, the Rev. Carl Calhoun,|of her new grandchild and also|vice' 7:30 p_.m . __ [ Stock un now. Sizes 8 to 16. [ ~'~ Vm m m m V V mU []or l~eJllngnam. [assisting with the household du-[kins of Lakewod, took part in the [ Bo-s' Sanorized | /I-----'77--- .. |ties. . Iprogram. Joyee sang a beautiful / ~' " ! L--tee Methoa,st Church Mr and Mr v FLANNEL [[ .... [ . S. Louie Long are| ocal solo accompanied on the [ | ~renen and Fifth St /I.... " [the parents of a baby boy born|piano by Mrs. C. H. Rod. She | pA_TAMA~ | ,: ~ ~eymour pastor --~,, -,----~ ......... " .... _ _ - [t ._ . ....... Ion February 6th at the Arlington|also played a piano solo. Joella [ .~..~ [ ~ ~ ~ BAr ~ ~ ~' mar [|, ~unaay ~cnom v:~o. 1~. J~'. ~nY.[General Hospital. |also sang a beautiful vocal solo I _~*) " | her, supt ,a~ M Ill Jm~ ~ ~ ~ ~' [[ .. . " ...... [ Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Robb are|and was also accompanied by | ~ | ~aorn]ng worsnlp, ~ a m we recelvln c n h ' I~ U t ~ ~m I t ~ I Ill I~ ~ [[,,lan t'- h~vg " "-issi"-^'-: - .... [ " " g o gratulations on t e[Mrs. Rod. Two of Rev. Myrwang s [ Heavy weight' Sizes 10 to [ ~ ~ I I ~ n ! ] n i n I / I I ] ] I +~..".~..~.~'Y "'" ,,,,a~>, x~gu~i arrival of a baby boy born at the|grandchildren sang songs. Mrs./ 14 b~ly' " ] ..... ~ ~u. , . _ ... [Everett General Hospital on Sat-|J. B. Knutson and Mrs. A1 Mad- / " / - , xoung ,'copies meeting t:~. urday, Feb 21st |sen served a very finelunch. , , I, [ Evangelistic service 8:00. Dr.[ " " I ~-v-~ ~,mn,~ ~..,~ ,h,~ ,,, [ Mens San~onzed I I~I---'--------A----A.'---- 1~/!--..2"---- el.'[---- h." ...... .'---- ken. Burgoyne; local doctor and[ The Forty-Fifth Anniversary[cinity attended'~he"Nordmans- [ ~ FLANNEL [ lately returnea Irom ~orea, Will LII$111UiI6U-~LIUII~ LV/UVII$69 I~UU~9 Vl~U~lO[1 [ .... ' [Services at First Lutheran[laget in the Odd Fellows Hall in [ " PAJAMA-q / /nave cnarge 0~ evening service. ]Church, Lakewood, were well at-[Ballard last Sunday. Those who | ,r,r~ -- | " [~.. ,.,.._.~ ]tended last Sunday morning and|motored down for the occasion / , _~K'.~ / " " [Roger~'so~"~a~''* /afternoon. The local pastor, J. H.|were Mr. and Mrs. John Mickel- / / ~ / ..... . ...... /Myrwang, conducted the altar|sen, Mr and Mrs Thoralf Stor- [ ~,~d r,,,a]itv, a~ ,,, at: [ ~ '. cervices at z'ou p.m ~unaay " " -~ --- --. ......... :~ ~ *'- ["^v ........7." ..... " . _. "[sermce and had general charge |vlk andfamily, Mrs Bendlkka | ~ / ~e ~urgess ~aggett, oI ~'lne r an Storvlk Mrs Gad , as me /hur'st, pastor "]Rev. H. Baalson, who o g ized ~ " , Oscar Torske~. . u WOMEN-- S , n [ " [the congregation 45 years ago,[run Husby, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer [ _ . | Al~plul ~n~t~ ~mmll~mm mamm [~^~ , .... t,h,~,,, was the guest preacher. Mrs.]Husby and family, and Miss /DRE$81 . / I;JIMIII.I I:1/ I=M/INh'I. Hall ~=t'--o-"Y,'~." [Myrwang was the organist. Mr.|Ruth Elshaug. Thoralf Storvik // UnlIVL-II VIii ~IIMII~I- IIMi-m- ~"~" ,-','r o-,-,,, Paul Graebn " I Sunda., S.~h-,-~ 10 a TM .-+ xr~[ er, Everett, gave a/was elected president for the II , Snohomish ]~~~:~;~[io~t,[~~iffuS~~iiiilt{:iii]~t~.~~i~l~ii! [~IW hall v ................. I beautiful -violin solo, and also/coming year. /i 25 onl ra on rlnts and /I Pastor J H M rwan s o 7th birthday of their son Gary || lil L l" on second and fourth Sundays," . . y g p ke at " " , ll~lkllr~lk A II II A ~'~=~n_~ ~ / I Stanwood--9 a.m. on secondlth en Services in Stanwood[ e Lent Bruce. On Sunday Mr. and Mr~ nI/I III mI ~ ~/I Ii ~I ~ ~ ~ [and fourth Sundays, 11 a.m. on|last Wednesday evening. [~. A. ~viaurstad and famuy a.na [ t]~~/~ [ Pastor Edwl Mrs Maoel ~tensen were VlS IWII |I II ill, lI IWI$-IIIII /n II I [first, third and fifth Sundays. [ "n Sandvig of Ar-[._ ......... " [~~~~- / [In ton s oke ltors oI me vognlldS Tney re III'IkJI 111~1 II IlI# IIl%wI I II ll 1-- ['g p atFirst Lutheranl .. . " I'i I 9 I Faith Mission Church IC , ewood, Thgrsday/ " [ ~. ~. [ hureh Lak turned to ~eattle on ~onaay af /Bro. Adamson in charge ~evening. |ternoon. ! ~. .'_ ] :.. ~. ,,,~ 1=) ~[ [ Sunday School, 9:45 a.m./ Mrs. Kenneth Holum Groton,[ --. -- = : / ~:UU . . /Morning worshlp, 11. Evening[So. Dak. (Solveig Myrwang) and[ P||g NAI. : " / [worship, 7:45. -[her two e]aildren together with[ ....... ~(~~~ / ,. ] Weekly s,.,rvices T u e s d a ) [Robert Perkins and wife (Dag- [~ _ ._ | UO~,.. ......................... } thursday an~ Saturday, 7"45 Iney Myrwang) and Charlotte! mese kittens Phone 272Wl I'-: ~ , _ / ~e ~a see me omy low prlcea, a41 stainless s~eel DUl~ cooling milk ta~K |--------- " ' /Myrwang (Mrs Larry Lunden) | .............................. ..,~, - ~ x " [ ~_, [Seventh-Day Ad~ent~t Church /and two children and also,Miss FOR SALE -- Upright piano, i:i *... [ qVerti ed nationally. Meet the president of the company. Refreshments. | .Sabbath ~c.hool 9~45~ Devotion [Ruth MYrwang, student at Pa-Thompson; in good condition. ~ | ~] servmes t t a m ham wee~ se~ rnone ~a6 [ . _ ". _-. _" " " |cific Lutheran College, came to ~~" / vlee Tuesaa , 8"00 ---------~-~ '" : [_______ Y Ithe Myrwang home last Sunday IN MEMORIAM [ [a afternoon Ruth returned Sunday In memor of Mrs Oh -- ' ~ I Y "sa Lud- Buoyanl Sponge Rubber I [~t~t~l~l~l~H~._ [evening by bus to the col]ege, vigson, whose birthday was Feb. ,, ....... | [O I B~rSeth astor ~* ~ , ' i The concert cnoir of the cortege, 23 ~ =-'A-re'm#, m U L" [ I f II I L~ Ii I II I I _ I I'~ -- ~Church (~a~rington) will remain at the Myrwang Treading the road all travellers ' ~ [ ~ II~ II ~ I~ ~I~I I| IIIII I MassevervSat~ at9 am home ov~r next Sunday. l~ust go. ~-II I