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PAGE SIX THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASttINGTON, THURSDAY, FEB. 26, 1953. il iI Jury Finds SOUTH FORK [ SISCO HEIGHTS [ GETCHELL l[ Mrs. Horace Enyearto Youth Guilty Annie Johnson, Ill Mrs. Willis H ilde, corr. Itl Mrs Willis Hilde, corr. III CEDAR #'~i' n il "lr~ . . correspondent, l/I -- . mane all, I[[ Telephone 2m ]11 I: IM l~ IDDH ]UI IxecKleSS Driving Accident ['l'o Erect I Mr and Mrs Ralph Sosworthr Mrs. Laura Baker of .~ II1 LE UiIIII A trial that attracted consider-., A lucky accident happened onipL .... L ~]:]::,,^ I held a birthday party in honor of[Was~,ver,vi~s~ting^,the ..... .... ,able community interest was ~nev~.~ra?gad:(~Ow~t~en(aletr~icKJ~.,ilU|t.ii LkUaJlt.C 1their granddaughter Ilene Bos Iw~eet~s .......... ~ .... that held in Justice Tom Sharp- . Y . . Plans have been made to build worth celebrating 'her second] M " , ICll 6g ~0N( lless' court in the City Hall, last logging)small logs shifted ltSla church in the communitv Thev[hi~th,t' .... ~,~a~,~ "_,,~t~l r. and Mrs. Bud ............... [Monday when Gary Barnhart, load on Spencer (salmon Creek)[wil1 start in ~h .... ~ ..... ~ ,,el ...... ,, ............ ,~ _..~1 "ere out from Seattle to The Blooamoolle 1seommg lolooa irom wmcn gama glODU- ' " " r" _ .. u..- .~....~ v--~ ,.-w~Le .~.v ~ pa*e.t~, ~**~. a.u . ..... - ............... [17, was trmd on a charge of reck- b ]dge and threw load and truck].~umrnpr h hint ha.~ boon dnnat-]M.o v..... ~ ..... fh Mr ~,n[the week-end at their o to l)arrmgton. Donors are heeL-jim ~Vlll oe oer]vea, ine Amerl-[le~~ drlvlna ~,~,d f.... ,4 ,~,,;,,, k,, into the ditch The load neatl-~-=--: .... u.-- ~ ..... -= --7 ....... -~ ................................... fh,~,~,~ - i ........ ~' ........ -,- s-,,~ 0~ J ea oy ~ars Lena ~ersnaw aria Mrs J Robertson and family of ........ ed for the blood drawing to be,can Red Cross has the respons- a 'ur of three me a eli ed off a utilit ale lear .... " ' held in Darrington at the City]bility to procure enough addi- w2U~y , ...... ,en ndnnthrene in~Phe insulation hYan~in~ The]the evening offerings will goto- Seattle andMr, and Mrs. Blame M,;Clap Sheppard of S! Hall on March 6th between the[tional blood for gamma globulin costs "and" l~iyn'~'~':'~'f*~'~'-:--'o'~ lu~k,, hart was that~'th~" load]wara a ~unfl ~or the oulmmg~:lne[Bergam o~ ~enton. was acre, oyer the weeK-~ hours of 10 a.m. and 8 p.m.]so that paralysis in polio maY]susnenden forth~'remain~e~'o~ shif~dVto the right instead of]mze~ me church w]uoe 60x40[ Dick Lindborg left for Camp[ ngw',n 2 ,s two orome, Blood is needed for whore blood[ be prevented. The gamma globu- the~'~ear ~ ~the left where th~ road travers-[W~tn separate rooms mr eacn[stoneman in Pittsburg, Calif on l'~ .......... . . and plasma to be used by the]lin is to be used during next ..,~_ " -- - - !es the Stillaguamish The driv-].class" At present they are meet-[Tuesday" He has been home on]. M.r: and Mrs. Frank Alb] Armed Forces. Decrease in fight- summer s 'infantile paralysis ep- [. l.ne youth was accusefl, o~ mo-! er was not hurt " . [ ]rig m the uommumty nan: we]leave for the past 10 days. I~amny were Sunday ..... msung a SChOOl ous or[yen oy nape every one will cooperate in guests at the P C Sh~ in~ m Korea has not decreased]ldem]cs. Another agency will din-] ........... [ { A 'H~;fi'~a 'r~iee{......... "~11[ tho hood far hl~d EverY davltribute the ~amma glob~llin butl s. Nlurlel Ylemlng. While re- .. ..... /maKing this a success. I ......... Ihome ................... - -] o o .*..-..;.-- ~-^--- ~-.- ~--~-^- ~^~-I ~enny Anaerson has oeen ml ,snow pictures on AlasKa at Tnel " " n it is most im ortant that the ~,---,s --,-- ,Ja~. ~a,,u~ rcu., ~ . . , fighting men are wounded a d] ..... p . .. [14 after ~ huetrafh~ll .... :bed a week with pneumonia. [ co,-,,..n ........ ;.,,., n; ....]Sunday mght servmes at thel .Mr. F. M. Coffman .t every day the hospitaiizea ser-}olooa De obtainea somat the/ .... ~ -.-~.: ...... s ...... . I vim,, ~,,h ........ w,~n,~,~ [.,~'~'?z-~ =-=-:-s ~, ...... ".lcommunity church, March 1, atlsnort trip to eastern Wasl~ vice man needs blood in hislProauct may oe avanable, l Tla]rty'two cmldren, one teacn'Idav']n"'Sea~ie~a~ ~l~e'~rt'l~o~e~t~.~:|,~ ..... at the urrm ~naerwoool8 o,clock ]this'past week. While th~ fight for life. The average] Sign up for your blood dona-ler and the bus driver were sub-] ~ ...... , t ~. p _..|name werewr, aria ~lrs. ~ranKi Mr a~'n ~-o ^,.n.-~ ~ .... ~_...~]visited with his son ChaI ~..,,..,t ,~f hlon,~ ..od for tholtinn -t the h~..r vo.. wish B..tinoenaed as witnesses BarnharP Lmll lvlattson was pleasanuyiPetilla oi r~verett aria mr. anal . .,~ ~.~.~. ,..u.,~. ~..u.=~a.UtTu.~,~.,~ wounded has come to 9 pints oflyouare urged to sign up at/was defendedbyPenn. Mathews, surprised on Wash,ngtons birth-[Mrs. J~m Thompson. I otoredto.Startup on Sunday tol ........ hl.,~ ,~r n]~~. :oneo ~who served notice of anneal fol-]flaY when ne Callea at me uscar| Mr~ To.~ u,,.h~,., ~-t~rt~in~dlsee me ueCll ulapps. !_ lne.~lnn uromers wer~ ...... ~ ................ "-'- - ............................ ] laay amner guests at the Johnson home Hm two starers, wer in honor of Mr and Mrs Sam Dockendorf energy than running 100 yards. Donors: Do not eat fats (such as! The jury consisted of Bob Mrs. Jonnson" " and .... Mrs. l~n.nger,,her granddaughter Mrs. Thyls]canea.11.... at the .~o...... DoeKenaorI[ ---- o . . : Shep ard home. P ^f'.ivin~, blood takes no moreI General Instructions for Blood]lowing the verdict i lat a stork sho " All persons in normal good[cream and butter( meats, fried~Spaulding, Dorothy Messinger,]Orougnt out a.iros~ea wmppeaiMoon. The afternoon was spent[nme m ~vmrysvHle on Saturday[ ------------u--------Z. cream cake w~m mn aecora mght health can easily give blooa ev- foods and eggs for at least 4[Leah Reece Clara Boyd Lloydl_ "[in playing bihgo, after which[ |l ~. cry three months without harm[hours before your appointment.]Larsen and Wayne Baldwin. iuns'. ....... [Mrs. Boon opened her many] Mr. Olaf Oberg of Everett[[ BUTLER pT.UI~B] The trml w ~aei. moom having SOiL mos~ to their System. Blood donors[Light refreshments are desirable[ " as attended by the ........ tlovely gifts. A delicious lunch]spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. should eat prior to giving blood]during this 4 hour period. Eat[Marysville Justice of the Peace l?n~ n~/~u~gnstcK-.m .ousy oai-]was served by the hostess. [Willis Hilde on Monday.. [] 604 Fifth Street but must watch that they eat no]such things as fruit, fruit juices, land State Highway Patrolman[ g [ a ce o~ ms nay. [ Sunday dinner guests at the[ Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lindborgl[ PhoIle 29 3 fats or proteins four hours be-[bread, crackers, dry toast, raw]Jay Harvey. I ...... .'7-- ]Harold Helgeland home were Mr.]made a trin to Renton on Sunda~[[ ....... vu fore giving blood. [vegetables or vegetables boiled[ o Iveneer ~alac~e~a tand Mrs George Ey.lander and]to call on his father, John Linc(-[[ ARLINGTON, WASI Blood for defense means not]in plain water, jam, jelly or[P.T.A. Ply/ [ Veneer hijackers are reported]family, Mr. and Mrs[ James Ey-[borg, and other relatives, i only blood for the Armed Forces,[honey, skimmed milk, black col-] The P.T.A. play "Comin' Aroundlt have been busy around the]launder and family and Mr. and[ .. [ .---f:------ "----.-'- "] but also for the procurement of]fee or tea with sugar. [the Mountain," is a three.act[timber country, pulling in set-!l~Irs. James Chrisman, all of Ev-[ []I|]|[~mJIi|IIII ~ion School Children [comedy play. The hillbillie char- ting up a small gin pole and[erett. [| .......... l[l :(ItIIii !ill ........... 'acters are hilariousl,, funn,, solioaaing our close [o $1000.00 of] Mr. and Mrs. George Brower ofll lJ*'_ W |~l~n RiI'I~I, II .... -. . .-, ' A eorrectmn of last week s m.lro ~a~.e t;nest x-u~s . . [you wont want to ~miss i~' on[veneer on the power line. ]Clearview visited at the Orrinl] .......... ~aa.,,a II ...... :-" "-" sue: Mrs. Ehzaoeth Dummr wasl Darrmgton school children m~= .............. ~ Mr and Mrs Ta-e Swanson' ....... " " . March ~ ariala azme rngnl g unaerwooa name on bunaay. taken to the hospital instead of]the 8th, 9th, llth and 12th grades[~,,~nm ' and Mr and MrsAxel SundouistWh~ ~wing Cl.h mot at the[] OPTOMI:TRI~T I[WiNgl:. 14M/i)W m wil b v ........ " " - ........... ~" -'=" ............. "~ "*'*'~ "*'~ "" ~. Den an. I 1 go by us to E erett Wed-[ Mary Skitter--atired thin !of Seattle called at the Oscarlhome of Katherine Treen onll ":----L': ..... -." il_. .... .. - ~ .... ]nesday morning to. be .cn.est X:[hard working woman is'played[Johnson home Saturday night. [Wednesday. II :1o t)t.ym w Ilrnone a,. ~unaay VlSl[Ors at me nomelrayea at me riealtn DUllalng atlh,, ~rh~.i,~ M~., nr,,~,~" Mr nnd Mre .T D Patoh tnnk/| - - II of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stoney werelthe county courthouse. This is al~p~"~,';"~],~,"~"~ y'~:~,':;" ~;~u~oIHome from Norwav tthei"r'da'u ht"er" Ylrs" Jaco-bs a ndll A a,14~ ,,,~t~ TffT,.,,ol,, llr~-----'~- Mr and Mrs Earl Hageman and county wide procedure for the ............ --" .... " ........... Welcome home'iVIar ~t Lund ~" ' " n Sunda " . " . . no-account sort of person, is g" children to Seattle o y, daughter lBetty Lo.u and a g~rllpur.pose of.detecting tuberculosmlptayed by Chuck Young. Mrs. Lurid spent many monthslwhere she took a train to New[] z~t, .v~v~::? rr ~::L] ] ARNOtD S JEW[ mena, an oI ~eatue. [wnue m me_e.any, stages aria[ Corney Belle---the Skitters old-[in Norway visiting her brothers[York and will join her husband[I 9:30 a.m. to 5.'30 ~.m. ~..a.x~-~ Ill A~ISOTOS. WAS~. ' Mrs. Dale Perry and daughterltnereroreflnao)~.ng .tne person tO/est daughter and a very nic6!and other relatives. [in Germany soon. /I o~ea 3131 Ill Autho-ized Dealer Charlene spent last week visiting[start treatmen.t ]n time. zor a pos-Ilookin~, ,~irl is nlaved by Lois] The younger Bloom boy has l , /! " Ill at the home of Mr. and Mrs.[sIDle cure..rms x-ray m ~ree an.d~cook ...... ibeen seriously ill. Hope to hearl~l/| Evenings bu A~oolntm~,, III Hamilton Watc Richard Danielson in Tacomalm sornetmng every parent wml Dizzy Mac--the Skitters' otherIhe's able to be home. /I |/I "~ ~ --'-' ............. III '' ..and MissDonna Jackson oflwant to take advantage of. [daughter, wh^ ; ......... ' ...... ~l The ground hog must notq ........ . HnTTLTE ~remerton. ~ Itetched" and talks to an imagin/have seen his shadow The sunll .~/ Visitingrelatives in a n dlC~eh, Bbc~t ...... ]ary bear named Timothy is~is shining. O happy day. ]_ Mr..and Mrs;James Mwe~lz|el~.iot.|~ around Darrington o v e r the/ ~atnen (t~ua~ tiyatt ana t~nar-lplayed by Betty Ireland ' [ Mrs. taelda Johnson is in a Lowell spent bunaay ./~ week-end were Mrs. Donald/lie Nations caught a bobcat Sun-I Curly Skitter--a, goocl looking[Fort Lawton hospital recovering[Evelyn Dudek. . ..... /I In =e _ . Jones and two sons of Bainbridgelday mormng, weighing.about 30IYoung fellow with an orchestra,[from a serious operation, l ~l~ne ~noui.tes 4:ri ~lUDamuertl] ~~i$~ i ~ i ~V~~r Island. * I tDS.)t was caught near me u m~m[ is played by Horace Enyeart / George Bernethy has gonelw'tn~rs.~r]tt~uaeKn,~j_ -:/I llVll I V I HAi@HT @I Riley Jones celebrated his 72nd]pst on me C. C. ~;. roaa up me Zeke---the Skitters' young l~rat,[back to Sauk to work. ~asYk;ter" ~s .............. I- -- - - birthday Sunday with a family[5auk" ]is,played by Gordon McArthur. [,~,~,,,..;,~,,_ ]mona ~ammerlPvr There 7ere 911 - - dinner. Members of the family S endin ~ bammy rester -- a, nelgnoor ........... members resent (-') " ...... t .... Mr ,,a M~ wo,,[ P g t e week-end at the[boy who the Skitters try fer to[ Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mattson, Mr. .P. = /I ]~(1 may be paid on a ~dY.::~':. ":~,'.~ :~'i~,:.:: "'~" ~,~'~1home of his parents Mr. andlmArry up" with Corner ]3elle island M~s. R. Slayton Mr. and] Mrs. WHham r~amoo, won all ./ ....... .L ....... ~,,~ ~...~^~ ~..~ .... n" ~,~. iMrs. Ohn Cabe, was Donald Cabe[nlaved by Joe Sv-itowiez [Mrs. Tage Swanson. Mr and Mrs Im~xmaster on the ureaK a [I ~ne-imtt oT me real of Sapho, Wash. Elhe Lou--a sill oun nei h Joe Engstrom, Mr and Mrs Tom program. She prewous y and Mrs. Richard Danielson of Y Y g g - [ rate tax becomes dehn uent landMay 1 and thethe ,oft, oft Tacoma Mrs Donald Jones and .Week-end guests at the homes bar girl with pigtails, in love|Crnett have all installed .tele- . P __. /I won a urse by sending m a q wvo" sons' oz~" ~amDrmge .......... zstana ,'f' Mr. ,~nd Mro~. Walter Bates.with ,.r'url".~, i~o v-~,~n]~"a ~'~"" ,_~,Adie~'- vision sets in the last few recipe on tins same. program., h'alf November 1. , land ........ I.~ ~ Imonths [Mrs. Rambo was mterwewed[I half November 1. ~nd l~r~ ~ilov Jones wire of thel son claCK anQ lvlr. aria ~ars.lr~nyeart. . I I ......... I~ .............. - ~, over ~r-..u on weanesaay morn , celebrated guest ]Gerald Ashe and family were[ Mistofer Bob Bruce and Misto-[ Mrs. Tage. Swansonwas pleas-[, .... n ...... ton .... [I b' p d . April30. Such p,' Overnight gue'sts on Saturday[Mrs. Elizabeth Campbell and son[fer Ed Small--are two "city fell-[anuy surprmea on her DirthdaYl-,~_-~_ ~-_~--_':~=~" "-~-_ v-~. , ,. "_ ,, when nel rigors v r~ugar l.~D, ID.yettt~, Jl', anu t11~ [ at the home of Mr and Mrs ]Donald of Seattle lers played by Bill Enyeart andl "g in ited by Mrs.[ ......... _ [I econd half to actor White" and" daughters[" Mr. and Mrs. V~ctor". . I ~.~ w .,,' I gSwusin er called during the,[weekrme o~ uorvams, ure., spent all . . . Charl:o GHmrelJ~arole~g" - - 1]afternoOn ~vith cakes at the Ed Lafayette home. I[ - April 30 neces ugnes a tcears ana were Mr. and Mrs.Verco Whitelspent Monday in Seattle on ai .... -- I ........... _. I The Quilceda Neighborhood/I .............. ~ -- ............ ~ - '--- ~ party zor the Junior ana teen c~ and baby of Seattle. [shopping trip. Week-end guests[~aw~ucK moael played by MarYla_e ............. '.']Club met with Mrs Chris Niel /I t ar tax at one time. Faucett , g group ett tne lOCal cnurcnl ....... " ] ' * Mr. and Mrs. Ward Woodwardlat their home were Mr. and Mrs.I " , ~w ............ ~on on ~nursaa,, of rest week ,I .... and Mr. awl Mrs. Paul Wood-[Dale Stock of Seattle. Mrs. Stockl Dons --- Carols fr,end, l a n2 yoa Ln aacK home lastl he next meeting will be held &/I Int est at 8% afar Aln'il 30. ward attended the basketball[is their daughter I Piayea oy uatherine Vevig. I Mr~_"~,~'~'_;'s" . - -- i the Ivan L'a,, home " [[ ......... "" ......... " ...... ' . " o ~. ~. retanconl aria Mrs. -, -- .. game in Seattle Fnda.y night; [.. The Pinochle Club played 9,, ]Nelson Gore were shoDvers on] Mr. and Mrs. Harry Anderson/I Tl~ personal property t ~unaay amner guests at tne me nome oI Mrs. J. is. Bryson rrl-I'~--~---n "~ -~'~. --- Iq~+,,,,~,~,, ---- - ---/nf "Pnonrnn nnd M'r nnrl Mr~ /I __ " " " " home at Mr. and Mrs. Paul]day night. Mrs. Victor Gilmore[ There will be a Singing Bee[~~nrU~'n ~,o ,,~^ r, -- [Rod~,er~O"wen-visite(i w'i'th mve been mailed. Woodward and daughter Nancy|won the jackpot by having 6001 ;ponsored by the YoungPeople[at~e~'n~"~::--,~'o.,,.~=~" ~a~,nererS[and~'Mrs Ed Lafavette on Sat-']! __ _ " .... u of the B i ................. ~ ~,~,,u~ - , were Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Nord-|q eer~. [ apt st Church. It will be]sat,rd~. ,i~,~ [urdav night I[ If statement olet strom of Oso and Mr. and Mrs.~ Week-end guests at the home]held Saturday night Feb. 28thl .... ~ -'-~ .... | The S~houltes and Quilceda/I - ' ..... " ..... Ward. Woodward of. Darrington. of M' .... and Mrs Floyd Harbin at 7"30. at. the Baptist. Church. Pie Girls" ' 4-H clubs held a joint" be sure to have the legal deser ptron of your pr( Billy and Johnme Kroeze, two[St., were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd i and cookms wfll be served. Asil-[[ __. . ]meeting at the home of Mrs i 'nofym rpr( young boys. " of Everett are still[ fIarbin, J~'. and children of Be1- Ive~ offering will be taken at thell,, l,JtU~'l'O-l~"~a'~-r~a'~~t/a~'FU~l(,OTI i~nautetwetyl/ ...................... Ou rcuxu~try 3~t. Tne'~ll crtb.... w n~, .~oa .ot.y - holding services at the Calvaryllingham. Iclose and used to send cookiesll -~r~-'~,~'~-w~'~,~,:~' I/~,;,~ .... ,, .... ~wo~-,;-~ v~.,~l~ Pen/ecostal church. I Spending the week-end at theland candy to the boys m servme.II ..... I/were made for the ~ro~ram atll ~r~XT~ ~T~r~ The Baptist Ladies' Aid willIhome of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. How-[Averyone is welcome. [ ~-,~ ^,.,~" ......... ~,..~.~ ....,..-...:-^~ Jithe next Shoultes P T,'A meetina l i v ,'~ ,', ~zx~ v L Z~ meet at the home of Mrs. Tom lard and son Roscoe were Mr andL ~ .... ?. .... ? ~,~,u ~.ytc,t?,?~eu/t,, be h'qd "~- Tuescla,," ~.-'~ ~' I 0ountv Treazurer I ~ ]~ memoers oI her Iamlly with a ~ ~ ... ~....~,.~.. o. Ashe on Thursday, March 5th.[tlrs. James Armstrong and son[ ketlmll ] ...... | Leo Simmer and ~'i- ~ ........ II ..... " ......... . . . ,-, . , . ~upper party Tuesaay evening In H ~ ~l~t~r ~or- This w ll be the regular mcetmg[ ..regmy .o~ Edmonds.| The Grade School played TWm lh,n,r ..... .... [etta left for their home at Wah-[I .verett, W .shington wi~h a potluck lunch. ] Week-end visitors at the homelCities here Friday night.Thel~,;~,,~o~; "~'_ ~.'---':,'-';' -~-~')|~eton N Dak after s~endin~, al~ * a" . ua~'~t~ua21* "-JIL lll.ul~ua~ zllgllt t- , ", r e, i Tom Ashe celebrated his b,rth.]of M,. and Mrs. Nathen Hyatt[Darrmgtoneighth grade lost[Ko.. ~m~,~ ~,~ ~r,~ u,,. [week with the Ed Lafavettes -' day at his home Saturday night,and two daughters were Mr and/with the score of 37 to 26 while l,ov'e'~~ a"wT_'_~_~-"_:;"T"";~ ~';'[ ................ .~ " he seven J y ~ener ~nu marsnmai- with a party. Those present werel.drs. Ci]arlie' Campbell of La/~ " th grade won 35 to 27.[ low roast with their hosts KimI .1.-....,.,--~ --r.~.-~,,r~r "w ~-'~r'~ "Jr~-mr-~ Mr. and Mrs. Tom]in of Oso, Mr. :_;rande. [ [and LoweU ~t~-~rn I ~A/~'~l~gl /~//~'~ld~" ~....~.. J..... ~-~. and Mrs. Burke Henson of Dar-I. Miss Helen Jones;daughter of[ Mr. and Mrs.J.o~n Potts andI Sunday'clinn~r guests at the}~'~'IL~'14L~11 .Zllt 'I K.9' ~ll~l ~0~ rington and Mr. and Mrs. uwenl~r, and M~s. ~oo Jones, ceieDrat-/ .on spen~ [rom rriaay night un-[Mec, ar,~s ,,~,,,,~ ~, ~,~,~ ~,o ,... I ~ #-I Wells, al~o of Darrington and ed her twelfth birthday with a til Sunday evening visiting atl... ~_2"~_'k~ ~,~;'_--;;-._:;.,o; "='~1 " ' .... ~.r nal~e, anu ~vx~. ne~zel r~ageL . Mrs Ashe Mr Tom[in, who m .a ;lumber party at her home Fn-lthe home of Mrs Ahce Younkm[fr.._. ='v ................ I .... . " , UlII ~ t~lt2tt ~IIU J.Ylk~ r~llnor cook baked and brought a beau-[ day night. Cuests of the party land son Eugene of Belhngham [woi~ frn~ v~a,~, ~]~ .... [ "l"~ 'T.~'~ '~F"~l~lr~"~" :1 .~r.,~F"~ i"~ "J"~ -- " ..,.- , tiful'birth;iay cake. I,vere Deanna Wells, Lucille Bow-[ A chicken dinner was ~__ I .~@/l'~t~:fN-J /~/Jf~t~'~'/~/~r~ ~,~ ~//11 W~ek-end guests at the homelman and Ivalee Jones lat the home of Mrs Adelme Ta.I ........ I ww ~LF.4~ ~-~ .zw_E ~L~r_E ~ a~,'~[=7~, ~@~j,~. ~.~,a~, ~,~, . strom ana Mrs ~var ~:ngstrom at- -- t~' of Mr and Mrs Sam Bates werel Mr and Mrs Dale Kamm tookltham on Friday, for the purposeltended .... 2 ............ 1 .... c" i t.e ~pc. nuu~e friLLy/ their grandson Vernon Pearson,[their daughter Paula, who has[of ralomg funds to be used tol~ffornnn. ~t tb~ ~r,~,~;a .... | of Richlanc~, and Mrs. Ernestine[been very ill, to Everett Monday purchase a hot water tank for[~,~,"(~'~ ~,,:~;.~"~,~ ~:~'~::.'~ .... i " West and daughter Patti of treatment, the Methodist Church kitchen. ........ I - Gram:vi~.\v. ~ M,'. and Mrs. Dick Loughnan was reported'as a big sudcess. I The riv........ I hi" and Mrs Jack Faucett|were Sunday dinner guests at The Misses Charlotte Riddle) .... 1-- . gua ~-~:':."? "I g , " " Y " Y g. . P. Y ~ .g. poor fish that dared to open its ll! in the hospital. Igolf while the women visited. Sunday v~kiutors at the home Of[mnuth ~t,n, ~ ~,nnd ,-b ..... ~[ ............. ~Mr and Mrs Llo"d Philli-'--n~'---= ........... ~ .......... "' ...... - .... Y U[belng caught. [ ~leYr a~efAr~ya2dEM:Sett.Ben sonMr~n~ndaMrFs" LJ2;dsuGn~S~ava" . Alvin Randall son of Mr and ' ~ a.- ~~~}]~ - . _ , .... _ [ternoon callers at the A1 Garkas i ... o. l rr e ri~nYdal~a~gr~ni,in re~oUrnedai Jim Hathaway was taken to~ !i$~i~~ ~1~..~ " ~.~ I Y g .] the Arlington Hospital after suf-] ' I ea e. iH ah ie been bootlfering a heart attack. He is now| p n go, ~allI where ~~'- -J ........ I~.:'~..~ I ", [convalescing at his home. [ .......... I~~~] Ihe has been training forthe[ Mr and Mrs Chas Smith of/ ~ I~O~ I~~ ~j~ ]Navy. ...... [Seattle were Sunday guests at W~,.~do.o,,.., |I~}l~edJGfet Io, I~~~ Iq~I IVIII~II~I ~Iq.~I ~vlr. an(] Mrs ,.ewis ~eecelthe ~,,,;,, ^~ .... n,~.o , . . ,-_ ~o i~:~ ~:~.~-s I ~Ltle a ~us|l~less [rip [o P-~vere[[i Mrs Alexander received ~...i ond ~'im Jubiec~ toch~nOewtho~ notce, . ' . ! " tlll~ I _ - _._ llast week and also visited their sad new that her brother in l ~~~.:~ IdaUr~ht?F~eMrS. Cecil Mathm. in]law. Mark Robin passed away inl ~I~~~ ! " I Calif. Mrs. Robin will be remem- IMMaagdMrscVan e etreS aandlbe rds a th frem eSn S oe Sm'th'l ,,o ,eUL_.,L ..._..-- e..-, ...... w ....... ~~22..~',;" ~.~ I .... ~y were_ ou.u~y u~nner[claw to be with her mother, whol " ~~~: ~ [giueiS~sh~tr t~eBnuymine ~ ~virs. ~viat-[has been quite ill with the flu. ] e, ~ar~.|-, .-..,r ~t,~.~.~.~ .~ ~]~.,.r,.~" ~~~ "_~ ~.:~ / g on. i Snrina in the Air I ~a ]fl~llqJ~iq./ IlqJ~fl~ i~lb~llU(]l*ill~ ~J~l UllVlll~ * IIIg/~~ aevemp- ~ I Mr. and Mrs Willard Runyan/ "S-r]'n- h me a " , "" ! " p g as co gain. it s in , ~~~ [ andtCnhjldwret~ SrPe~an~ivthe meeOkl;nd] the air as you inhalethe nostal-[ Fords bring the greatest portion of their original cost when you " g]e ~ragrance o~ stooge Irom the Sell them reater than an other car at any prme And no /~ ~1 [P~enWhile there Mrs. Run.yan[burning limbs of newly pruned] _ . "-'.g . Y " ~~~ v, ~ I . a a StOrK Shower rrmay| fruit trees mingled with the l , 'l,'ora ever neia a grea~er promise of long-lived value than this I~W' ~r'~ k ~ ] ~7~'~'Z.:Y::;~.o_ ~ l eV u n i ,g enn r ners~s~Ste~" the[arma of freshly spread fertil-] sparkling new 1953 Ford. , , mar" J x i~ ~,~ ,w~- ~.~..~ ;h,-,,.,,.~ .. v,,r,, ..,,,.-,t y ~a..~ -- -...~.[izer You feel its presence when [~awveran~'~am~ were" M~aan~] the sun. shines warm and you see You get road-ruling "Go" in Ford's V-8 and Six engines. You i~ ~~ IMrs'Paul Rank Ynd famiiy of[thaedne~Aghbrs vU:h ra.k~.ng their get Ford's new Wonder Ride for a new concept of riding comfort. : ~ y ; e t~Je tilling [nose , ,,. ,, , I Belhngham and Mr. and Mrs.[ uskv ,~trawh~rrv nl~.t~ ~1~* In Ford s Crestmark Body you get liwng room that s the finest, ar " h_____, .......... , ,. ...... _.,. I~~t.her ~...~ IC 1 Rath]en and family of Dar-/]ook very promising this year; .9tr:.,, most comfortable in the low-price field. And you get the style- rlngton. - . i~~ng,~ ~ [ Mrs Frances l.awr-n'o- ,-~,,tt, [ Mrs. Snelson, busy as a bee In V~W~ OMg~ld 177.., setterl No wonder they're calling this '53 Ford the New Standard ....... "~-'" her ziow er garaen, w~th that fa- / " ~et~h~r'laot~or ~ [er of Mrs. Hattie Bullen, passed[miliar s ................ if:, of the Amerman Road, t -- i IIIUU~ ui ~uuu earth On " i Tghters nmelher cheek; Mary ates grooming ~. that beautiful green lawn of , , nistmg m tram running ana mm engines. M [~. Mrs., Frank F aulk.ner and son hers; the early flowers showing ~ou can pay mon~ but Fou can| buF better ~mL~, J~ I~ ~ _ .~ [ uonala, lv)rs. ~ylvla rlOlllngs- [ their pretty blooms and the grass ~I ...... --~ .... .~__~ -- = ~ .... ~ IWgrnten an~ ~W2nnaaUgntevrSJose-[getting greener and greener. Yes, ].,~'* Jl ~ ~d~ a ~ J~r" -:--\aJi~i~ p , o e to be 1 w ~ ~wj ........., ~'~" - ~ ..... I dro-Woolley Sunday, where they I alrile et'hehoplfl'gSl'gns wePlntdontt runSpr'ng'lnto ,.~ A ,. ~ "~" ~ C ,,~ ~ C/oat" .~__~i~t~ 4:0 " For more informahon abo~ Standard Oil f0mp.ny of California Froducts, i attended_ the mornin, g services" at[a detour "" ~ ~ ( w ~ ~e~'vJ 9 , ...... - - I the ~irst Baptist Church They " (ali your 10al ~ma~at. m0n [were dinner guests at t~e home The school slating vacation Iof Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Ellison of will start March 30, and will con--- ............ ~ .m~ T F ~'~-~l~r~l~l~'1~l m~d~ " [Sedro-Woolley, after which they tinue through April 3rd, instead I]. ~I~ ~[- ie iL--o ~m~u~m mmuai-4m~ of the hales revlo [droveon to Concrete, wherethey Weekend Ps usly set. ~II~ .~TitO~| MI )T I CO. Arlington, Wssh. Telephone 311 ]attended a special service in the - i itors at the home " . , _ _ " ............ [evening at the Presbyterian of Mr. and Mrs; John Ireland ' "Arlingtbn s Friendly Ford Dealer Since" 1931" I church, returning home via the were Mrs. Irelands parents from I~LEPHONE 17"/1 ARLINGTON, I new bridge at Concrete. Ellensburg.