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AGE TWO TIIE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURS., MARCH 5, 1953. % I ~Fro!~ . zcero- rapo lh=mter School Mrs Iver Fngstrom ...~.~o~'~.'~m~ ~ ] . Phone 301J4 ~~i~i~~ i ]Gavel Meeting ~~~ii~::~~ ~ ] Members of the Mr. Wheele ~~i~i~!i!~ii~~ ! !Grange were honored guests at a :~i~iiiiii~ii!~~ I Igavel meeting held at Lake Stev- ~~iiiiiii::iii~~ ~ tens on Feb. 24th. Those attend- ~~!iiiiiiiii::i::iiii~~ ~ ling from here were Mr. and Mrs. ~ili~ ~ [L. R. Palmer, Ed Holland, Bill ~~,~ ~ [Grote, Mrs. Bucklin, Mrs. Hoop- ~ ~: I l er, Mary Gates, Pauline Soper ~1 iand Dnald" [ i Stcrtioned on Guam [ 1 Mr. and Mrs. Steve Ocham- [ paugh have received word from [ ]Guam of the promotion of their ~~ ] ]son Joe to Airman First Class. ..... [ { Joe has been stationed in Guam ~i~ [ 'for a little over a year now. ~1 ILocal Talent ! ~l We have talent in our midst?? ] II guess so. We find that no less ~ i[than three young ladies from Farris Island, S C --- Marine]here, Myrna Royce, Donna Speed Sergeant Melvin E. DeVerna, 22,]and Georgine Ochampaugh have ~on of Mr and Mrs William H.[oeen cas~ in me ai[ SCHOOl play, v,,-,~ "R 5 Arlin~'t0n Wash /'Too Many Relatives," which ~la~d'hu's~)'and of Mrs~ Rol~erta I::]will be presented at the High Verna, R. 3 Hoquiam, Wash.,[School on April 10th. was graduated from the Marine --------. Corps Recruiters School at the[ Mr. and. Mrs. Wll~ed Gr.ote ':M~rine Corps Recruit Depot here[ana ~mlly uom. ~no.nomlsn .:r~ntly lspen[ bunaay wl[n Mrs. BUCKIln The six week course, designed]and his father, Bill Grote. ~o place confident, qualified Ma-[ Just dropping in for an after- wines in the nation s recruiting]noon visit with the F. Snelsons areas, includes, in addition to]on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. M. :Military subjects, instruction in}F. Snelson, Mr. and Mrs. Donald :fingerprinting, public speaking,Iilansen ano Don, uom ~urnng- lesmanshi , ublie informa-]ton, ueorge ~nelson, Mike Linda ,sa P- P B t ' lion, tape recording, correspond-land ~u ch Poulsbo, and Mr. once, and motion picture projec-lana Mrs. t~nas. ~nelson, Brian, lor operation. IKathleen and Lanty from Se- Ite attended Hoquiam High[attlq 5~hool at Hoquiam, Wash., and[ Clarence (Cork:e) Klein is in "s a veteran of 4 years' service]the Arlington. . rmspital following in the Marines Sgt. De Verna]surgery on his leg that was bro- "was a truck driver for the Mon-~ken last August and has failed xoe Logging Co., before enlisting]to .mend properly. The operation, 2n the Marines. !wnicn was penormea oy ~wo ..... n b assi-ned toIdctrs from Seattle, involved tie Will SO0 e g ..... ,. ,~ ~.~ m.~,~r Marinel.the grafting of a bone taken ~"~ "Re~ruitin~ Areas'through-Ifrm Corkie's hip and also one ~'P'Sm rica g s [taken from a bone bank He ex- ~11[ 2', e . ~ .. ~pects to be able to return home 'I rk IOHNSO'Nv ' ' Isome time this week. We send ~'E~-SINDIANONocEANPrrrSBURGH ,verylur best wishes for a speedy re- --ICJerr, Garka bro ht two f (FHTNC) %Vhile serving aboard the heavy Y ug o his .~,., i~, ~ P~tt~h,,r~h W O [friends, Ma~Wilks and Wayne "_,~'~_~"=_ "~:..~..-'.::.~,~;" ~'= ..V~l Gossman, from the Whidby Is- Mr and Mrs. E. R. Johnson of lana air base, aurae mr me 114" West Ave., Arlington, Wash.,]week'end. visited Karachi, the capital ..of[ A family gathering at the Ed. .Pakistan, last n~onth. ' [Aylesworths found the following The Pittsburgh wiil also visit]enjoying a big turkey dinner Madras, India, and Colombo,[Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Don Ayles- Ceylon In early March she willtworth, 'Bobble, Gloria and Don, return to the Mediterranean and Jr, from Seattle, Munro Ayles- oneratewith the U S Sixth]worth, Patty, Tom and Bill, also Fl'-~et. " from Seattle; Chance Green from o------------ Mt. Vernon and Mr. and Mrs. C. :IT. SHERIDAN DOLVIN [E. Aylesworth, Sr., from Mon- ~N CARIBBEAN , tana. awLA~q, rc' ~L~'r ~n-~c~ [ Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hopkins -- -- ers el atta h - to!and t o sons f om Seatt e were Among me p onn c e~l I, .... ts r,~,'entl,, o ~he ~,~ art:c" i ~ ..... ~ ......... Patrol Squadron 34 p Ipat ng . . in rmeration Unrin-board in theISutherns" Mrs. Hopkins will be __ ":Yt . %~ s ....... /remembered by her many friends Eanooean Is ~avy L[: ~nerlaam ...... - ''v" ' " "'r a - "'r there as me iormer Jean Hyett L UOl In, son o[ m. na s. --" .......... ]who resided on the John Cole T. ~. l)OlVln 0I ~:astb[anwoou,~ . ~Jash. ~ place. Springboard, an Atlantic Fleet/viSiT DOG SHO-----'---~W "training exercise, is being con-! On Saturday February o~th dnaed to weld air and surface/Mr and Mrs- 'oe Husb/visl ;; i units into coordinated anti-sub-[the dog show at the a{mory-]n marine teams eattle 7 [S . About 00 dogs were on ~-~ ............. "display of every breed and va- ~|]|][~'~ ] |[~| [ |||||T~ riety. The Husbys were especial- l~l]~ [ II~-" I ||=l~ ly interested in Be-La-Mar Pan- iili[flli~r,[l~lll|~i@l~[IEili~l da's Cherub, the Canadian and u.~. ~nampion of the ~reat Pyre- ~IklVI ilFl~[ nees breed This famous Pyre- ~[/~q~L[ ~)' ~'~z'~/~ nees female is a niece of Marquis ..... A " " of Be-La-Mar the white moun. rno~e o~ rangxoz rain belonging to Inga and Joe. e LL Truckers deliver the goods faster when they know the right highways to travel. And your long distance calls go through faster when you call by number. When you give the out-of- town number, operators can speed your call straight to your party. This faster service is possible because most telephone companies can now use the inter-connected coast-to-coast dialing system. So, please, for the best possible service, al- ways call by number. And for convenience, keep your list of frequently-called long dis- tance numbers handy for quick reference. , 1 TELEPHONE COHP.III SILVANA BRYANT Mrs. Irene Vognild, [[[ Alice Thomsen , .correspondent, [[[ Phone 250W3 Pu~nd~l~ P~r~v [ Thanks to good Grang "!'** ......... J l ers who so willingly turn out ~'n~" |;]~,~vw [to help with getting the new a~s ~---~a~s3 ]hall in shape to move in. There The Progressive Homemakers'[is a lot to be done yet. So let us Club will sponsor a party for the]see a good number out to work benefit of the local library on]Saturday and Sunday. The la- Saturday afternoon, March 14th,]dies always have a bounteous in Viking Hall. The members[ dinner ready at noon, The rooms will serve coffee and light re-[are big, and there's plenty of freshments from one until fiveIroom so there is nobody in the and there will also be a bake[way of the other fellow -- The sale The people of the commun-[Building Committee ity are invited to attend. ~ -- ] Pie Social O'i IU! ~*i t There wilt be a pie social and Ollvana mercanu_e ]party in the basement of the new t~l ~* ,/1 ]Hall Saturday night, March 14th, uoserves mrmaav ]the proceeds to go for equipment " I for the new kFtchen. Let's see a Last Saturday the Silvana[gnod turn nut as many things Mercantile Company greeted[ ~r-e neede-}i.- .......... their many friends and custo-[ mers in observance of the sev-lThees Kackman Honored enth anniversary under the man-I Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kackman agement of Erickson and Folden.[entertained with a-turkey din- The store was gaily decorated]Her Sunday honoring L'loyd's with banners and many beauti-[father Thees Kackma~n, on"his ful plants and flowers were pre-I ' t " v 14".~ o . ~ eighty-seven h birthday. __l_ sented to them irom their mlloWldau~hter Selma and husband business men and friends. Dur-[cam~ from Bellin~,ham and son "lOtto and ife from Pinehurst. In ing the day four boxes of grocer w ies were given to lucky winners, the evenin~ comin~ for sum)er namely: Mrs. Jim Battey, Kath-]were Miss i~ladine K~ackman "a'nd leen McDougal, Beverley O'ShayIEvelyn Mellum of Everett, Mr. and CaroIine ~cnei. A nail guess-land Mrs Llo-d ~ackman Jr ing contest was held with two]and Crai'~, Mr an'd Mrs 'Jack hams as the prizes; .and the[Pryor, Cathy and Charleen, Mr. lucky people to receive themland Mrs. Jim Pryor, Mr. and Mrs. were ~ina Stave and CarolinelOscar Almli Albert Nordb~ Schei. A silver coffee maker waslLouis Stan~eiand and Mr an'd given, b~ the Folgers Coffee Co.[Mrs. Magnus Nordby. for guessing the number of cof-[ Mr. Max Tor~eson of Aberdeen fee beans in a large glass jar.[was an overnight visitor at the mrs. ~eif Johnson received the[Bob Boursaw home. Max went to prize in this contest. Folgers col-]school at Bryant when he was a fee and cake were served lboy. - " throughout the dayb.y Mrs. Eu:! The Grange Auxiliary will nice b[rano, danlce 1~rlCKSOn anal._^^+ ~xr^~..^^~. .+ ,.^ ~. .... , Arlyn.n E.=c,.~on.._ E_plo_ed._at~~.~.~ ") ,'~ [ .... ~: ....... ~u~y ............. u~ Mrs. Violet Schwesinger at 1 p.m. me siore uurlng rne uay Desldes ~ --* t'-- -'-- " ......... ~o get acre go up me ~oruan ~vlr ~:rlcgson aria Mr ~Ol(len . .... . road past the store After cross- I were Jean MCDoUgal, Mrs. Mane[ing the second bridge, it is the Larson and Mrs. Hazel Peterson. ]first house on the left. ~,,,,~ ~,m,~--'~-'~'~ [ Sunday dinner guests at the "Y:,.I..=',---'"~-I'_"-..,'." I Ole Jackson home were Mr and Mrs Badlund of R 4, Mr and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wahl an-I ~. . Mrs bcastrom of Trafton, Mr nounce the birth of a daughter[ ." ..... , . .. . ana ~v~rs t:ampoeil oz ~eattle at the Arhngton General Hospb[. . " ...... , lvlranu Mrs Gust ~elson, also tal on Tuesday, Feb. 24th. Mr.~ Mr of ,Seattle, and Mr and Mrs and s. Haakon Wahl are the[ .... , oscar ~elson ana son of Mt Ver- grandparents. [ non. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Elva-I .......... bak of Parkland announce thel mr. anu. Mrs. ~wign[ ~omos r'v o ~ ~nn Rrndl'~ 14nw~rd [and children of Seattle spent _r_l al _f ............ ~ ......... Sun a a B on Friday, Feb. 27th, in a Tacoma[. d y. t the ob Boursaw Home ~v~rand Mrs Gordon Hospital. Mrs. Elvabak will be[... ." o'.. . tslaciten oI 1.,aKewooa were p m remembered by her many friends l _ here as Betty Drivstuen and Mr.[callers" and Mrs. Iver Drivstuen are the l Mr. and Mrs. Byrl Smoke and happy grandparents. [children, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil [Smoke and Cindy, Mr. and Mrs. Ladies" Aid Installs ' IHarley Smoke and children, and The Zion Lutheran Ladies* Aid[Mrs. Ruth Germain and children met in the Social Hall last Wed.[called on Mrs. F. W. Smoke Sun- nesday afternoon. Installation oflday in honor of her birthday. Mr. new officers for the coming year,and Mrs. Ed Wuethrich and son was held with Rev. J. H. Myr-[of Seattle called in the evening. wang presiding. Following the[ Miss Sharon Haddenham spent installation the new president, I Saturday night with the Brende- Mrs. Elmer Husby, and the newlmuhl children secretary, Mrs. E. L. Madsen,[ Clifford Fulfs called his folks took over the meeting. Several]by phone last Thursday night items of important business were]and said he was to leave on the discussed and plans were also]boat Friday for overseas. made for the coming year. A] Mrs. James Miller is improv- rising vote of thanks was given]trig quite a bit. She is able to be to Mrs. Bergie Drivstuen, outgo- ]up now There was special prayer ins president, for her untiring]held ather home Sunday for her. efforts as president for the last]Her daughter Mrs Barbara Ed- three years A reading was giventm;,,, ,,a ' dnu~ht~r .Tnv nF y Mrs. E. L. Madsen, which was[Bremerton were week-end vis- followed by the Self-Denial Of-'itors feting. A very fine lunch was Mr'and Mrs. C. Heimer visited served te a l~rge number of vis- at tb'e Chet Gregory home on R. itors and members by the host- 5 last Friday. esses, Mrs. l~lmer Husby and Mr and Mrs. Lester Hadden- Mrs. Albert Brekhus. ham of Seattle were Saturday The Lutheran Pastors' Confer- ence held their monthly meeting at the Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Lynwood, Wash., last Tuesday Rev. E. Sandwick, Arlington, was the guest speaker at Lenten service% held at First Lutheran Church,-Lakewood,,last Thursday evening. Pastor Stromberg of Fir-Con- way was the guest speaker at Lenten services in Zion Lutheran ChurC~ Thursday this week. Pas- tor Myrwang spoke at Freeborn Lutheran on Wednesday eve- ning, and at the Fir-Conway Lu- theran Church, Thursday eve- ning. The Sunday School teachers Of the Zion Lutheran Church met at the home of Mrs. Arthur Rochon Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Kenneth Holum (Solve: Myrwang), eldea daughter of Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Myrwang and her two children, Robert and Charles, six and one years of age, having visited at the Myr- wang home for some time, left Sunday afternoon with her broth- er. Haakon Myrwang, Ravenna Blvd., Seattle, where she will re- main until she and the children return east to Aberdeen, So. Dakota, last part of this week. Miss Ruth Myrwang, member of the Pacific Lutheran College Choir, is at the prdent time with the choir on their seasonal con- cert tour through eastern Wash- ington, Mont, and as far east as Will:son, No. Dak. The Silvana - Happy Valley Sewing Circle met at the home of Mrs. Selvin Stensen for their February meeting. A large num- ber of members and visitors were in attendance and enjoyed a delicious lunch prepared and served by the hostess. The bridge over the Stillagua- mish River north of town is un- dergoing extensive repair which necessitates detouring of traffic 9ver Highway 99 This makes an inconvenience for the people liv- ing just north of the bridge toget into town, but when it is com- pleted it will be an improvement to the community. o In Arlington - Phone 1344 KILLOUGH CLEANERS for ALTERATIONS night guests at the J. B. Thomsen home. Sunday callers were Mr. and Mrs. Hans Thomsen of Bel- lingham. Twelve friends and neighbors gathered at the Clarence Heimer home Monday for a birthday par- ty for Mrs. Heimer. The ladies brought cards and a potluck lunch. There is always a good time when those ladies get to- gether. Mrs. Elsie Bowles' sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Howard McBride of Spokane, arrived Sunday for a few days' visit at the Bowles home. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Neben- fuhr and daughter Barbara of Seattle were week-end guests at the Karl Bratland home. Karl has been home for a week's leave from his work on a boat. Mr. and Mrs. Orval Gulhaugen from Seattle and Mrs. Ellen Hei- mer of Arlington, were Sunday, guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Heimer. Mrs. Morris Simpkins and Mrs. Ben Ingham were in Everett on business last Friday. The Ladies' Aid of the Bethel Mission Church will meet at the church "Thursday, March 12. Mrs. Clarence Heimer and Mrs. J. Smith will be hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Callahan and son Dickie and Cliff Brokaw from Bainbridge Island and Mr. and Mrs. John Woillard of Ar- lington Heights were Monday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Udell. Mr. and Mrs. John Kronholm of Sunnyside were Thursday eve- ning callers at the Lloyd Hovik home, having driven up in their new Nash. There will be a meeting at the Recreation Center Friday night. O CARD OF THANKS We wish to e.xtend our heart- felt thanks to all who so kind- ly assisted, and for the words of sympathy, and beautiful floral offerings extended at the recent death of our beloved son and brother, Carl. We also wish to thank our many friends and neighbors for the ~ontributon sent to the Me- morial Fund of the Children's Orthopedic Hospital in Carl's Memory. For all their kindness we are deeply gtateful.---Mr, and Mrs. Harold Helgeland, Loretta and Curtis. I GOODWILL TRUCK n * n ARLINGTON HTS l HERE MARCH 13 vary aarn ~'~ ~J " I Housewives on a spring clean: W^,] ]~,~..L 11 Norita Tveit, Phone 256J4 ing splurge these weeks cangive VV C~0. l1~l~t.,|| ].~ their household discards to A dairy barn tour Rug Makers . . Goodwill Industries, Mrs. Frank Wednesday, March 1I The Heights Rug MaKers met Hull:s, local representative, sug- Snohomish Countv dai! Wednesday wfih the J or(laZarUS gests. Pick up will be made on tour will include vis group at the Home o z ~vlrs.P Friday. March 13. farms of Ben Dettlinl t~urrier ~acn member was re- ""ar " thi whi h will no~ "Bill) ' . . w m cio ng c [ ~ " Williams, Gar quested to her rug--~, in be worn next year children's and Harold Fjarlie, all wna[ever conol[lOn oi compleuon ' ........... shoes odd pieces of brlc-a.brac the East Stanwood a~ l] migHt ~e--as tHe price o~ ao- ' - .' old curtains beddmg or mat- t - Earl B Hope, Coun Y m~sslon. Present were fifteen ............ . tresses are solne O[ tHe [nlngs A-ent sa,,s dair-me~ hooked rug makers of the ~wo Goodwill can use. Its program is t~s tour will se~ sew groups devoted exclusively to the ,sup- ent tvnes of barns si~ ~Jort of handicapped persons feedi]~and manage~ Write to Servicemen " ~ .o. -~ . .............. he c~mmunit-" o------------ tices oemg used suc~ ~nOtner uoy ol. k u ,v CARS UMACK ....... "' ,_ +t.~ ---rvice is A/R Robert J ~' i tnese farmers. ~ou w~ Baue'r~ AVF 19461865; 3276 BMTS Pulling in to the curb to park, ling sheds, walk-in n~ ,~w ~.~,t~, a w R P,~ie v,~ in front of The Times office last lors and a stanchi0~ ~.~-- .,~, , .... o .................... u~ n ' De ~,,r,~" ~,~ wouP~ a~nreciate hear ~aturuay aoo ~ noo , a 49 ]parlor. ';om hi: fr ds so how Soto, qriy n by William. Kyle, I Dairymen will have about dropping him a few lines crasnec~ m~o ]He rear eno or a tunity to see the ope~ -. ~ ~car ownea oy uarence ~)anner ou silo-unloader "i-uid m your spare_=.____tIme. ] Everett, which was parked at the tank and s,_read_r,n ' ~ q a Recital lCUTb" auseof e [ types of outside feedi~ The mano at the Impro em n " v e t he c th accident was merits. , Club hall has been nut in tin-ton[given to Marshal Parker as fail-] Mr. Hope invites an~ shaeen b~v a ~.ianon" tuner in ~.nren=- ure o b akes on the Kyle car. ,]dairymen to attend aration for the forthcoming reci-[ Danner was just getting into]and study the differe tal. Im sure everyone 'is in]his car when it was struck. He[~hese farmers are agreement that the tuning of the[was not injured, however, andlschedule will be as f piano will be a great improve-[damage to his car was estimated[ March 11th, 12:30 ment to the programs, tat $10. The Kyle car damage was[Dettling farm located -------- " lest:mated at -~150 [north of Stanwood. : Mr. and Mrs. :Roy Richardsonl ........... " I 1:45 pm.--Bill Wil!] spent last week.end in Wenat-[ Times classified ads get re.[located about one m~ chee visiting friends and rela-lsults Phone 493. [East Stanwood on t~ t/ 'I Road tires They also attended he . weddmg'" of thelr" nephew, How-I .................... day evening. Part of the; ..... evening,. ] 2.00" p.m.--Garvlk" ard Richardson to Miss NancY]teran~C['~..Pi'~" ~"~'.~..~ ~"r",_Ud'~Vi~r's" [located one and a ' u ~u.- .-~aw, ~,~ . a, " uth W~ Sele at the Wenatchee Presbyter-[,~_... ~ ...... .. ........ ,~..+ [so of East Stan tan Church during their stay. ~,/_).~,,, ~ DUt~, my.[~tL.. [Larson Road. OO ' .vv p,Uh--~lax~JlU Mr. and Mrs. Victor Freyd t k[and Mrs. Thora Norman spent an]located ~,. .... ~.~.. advantage of the. lovely weather ]enjoyable Tuesday in Everett. [East Sta~wood'on~h'~.~ we nave been en]oymg ~y 3our-i Mr. and Mrs. Martin of Everett,lEoo~ ~ ..... -' ~.;-h~ " -'e Sun- with ......... ' .....~,,--,,~,u ,~ neying to Seatu uay lanu ~v~rs. martin's motHer, mrs.IB Hone County friends. [Williams of Seattle, spent Sun-~A;ent ~ ' Corp. Peter Thorsen receiv~dlday visiting the Swanston faro-] ~ "" ^ _.~ his medical discharge from Fort fly I ~ ~~ ei ht eb ' " ! ~ea [ e, ~poKane Lewis the twenty- g h of F - Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tveit were]have 56 per cent of W~ ruary. . .... ]week-end guests in Seattle atl,o,ulation Katherine Dirks anu mrs.[the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Tor-]e ~ =,v.. ,, Myrtle Hartley visited theirlvalHaggin and Mr. and Mrs. An-] Kin~6] mother in Mt. Vernon Jas[ weeK.Iton Foberg. led cities and towns. Mrs. Nora Darrow and Mrs.[ Don't forget the program by[ ......... ~- ....... m .... Mary Ann Best acco pained Mr.[the Choraliers which is to be pre-~l ,,,.~,m~| Winkes to Mr. Vernon Monday[sented Saturday evening at the[[ WAI~|~ evening, where they heard, Mr.]Community Hall. Ladies attend-[I Miller of Portland, Ore., of Mil-[ing the program are requested[[ {~-~A][(~ ][~] ' roducts" s eak uaa.~a~,L~ ~, lers Garden P , p [to bring apie... ...... /I Mr. and Mrs. Stanley~ KrahnI Friday, vtarcl~ l~tn, at eigm/i . ]~ and David and Dotty of Seattle,o'clock, Mrs. H. E. Wickers rurali[ we will buy a were Sunday dinner guests at]architecture specialist of the][ ~H_~T.~. ~)j~ the Roy Richardson home. State Extension Staff of W.S.C.,]I ~ ~ ~xl~ .~,,_, Sunday dinner guests at thelwill speak on "An Easy Way off] you can cut~ Julius Norman home were Mr. Planning Your New or Remod-]l . _ ' and Mrs. W. A. Solten and girls leted Home." Everyone is cordial-I] Will Pay "top* of Seattle. ily invited to attend this educa-[| Corp. Dick Swanson left Mon.[tion lecture, free of charge. ]| P..J--- D-- 'day for Desert Rock, Nev., for[ A/2c. Ralph Williams of Ha-]] I.,~r JR~I further training. /zelhurst, Ga., has been a guest at[| ~rvcmt, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd McKenzie,[the Art Tveit home. /| -" Jr., and baby daughter of Port I- Angeles spent the week-end at[ [ A Tim- T .......... ' . e- es e(1 naln the McKenzle home. i[ . Mr. and Mrs. Marion ChrismanI [ With a Proven Reputation for visited Grandma Chrisman :hi/ nCDc nAnn: OrO~.UARV,~ Mt. Vernon, who has been ill] [ Ui~I l:dlU/-~i~bJ~ [r.l~I'l)l~lVl~J~l~L, ra with the flu. She is feeling con-I[ siderably better. [ | ~ The Girls' 4-H Club will meetl [ l IC#e &,# Monday evening at 7:30 p.m. at] [ ~~,,~, the home of Ann Adolfson. Mar.~[ ~l~]~] jorie and Norita Tveit will give! [ demonstrations. I [ ~ ............... " Mrs. Caroline Johnson was I[ ~~ guest of honor at a Stork Shower l [ Friday afternoon at the home of[ [ Mrs. Fred McDonald. She wasJ ] presented with a playpen and i | It Will Go on many other lovely gifts from thei [ twenty.eight 1 a d ie s present[ [ Serving You for Years Games and prizes for the "b~stI [ liked" and most generally "dis.] / ~ F~q liked names" for babies werel/ ~ |1 given [/ PHONE 643 Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Swan- son had a family dinner Satur- t With 41 "Worth More" foatures, it's worth more when you buy it.,. worth moro when you sell It| ,You get your choice of league-leading "Go" in Ford's V-8 and Six power plants. Yet it's economical "Go" with Ford's Automatic Power Pilot watching every drop of In Ford's Crestmark Body you get 'qivlng" room that's the est and most comfortable in the low-price field. And Ford's new Wonder Ride will give you a new slant onhow a car s ou2d ride. The new Standard of the American Road TELEPHONE 1771 "Arlington's Friendiy Ford Dealer Since 1931".