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PAGE S [X THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASttINGTON, THURS., MARCH 5, 1953. ' IJl ML rune'alofL w ence , SOUTH FORK I] SISCO HEIGHTS GETCHELL Funeral qm funeral services were Held for |II Mrs Willis Hilde. corr II! ............ ,-q ,, Mrs. Horace Enyeart Mrs. Frances Lawrence, 69 of Annie Johnson, []1 " ......... " Ill Mrs. YVIIIlS Hllae corr. ~4fh~* [~ ~'Pllm r,-..: ...... : -*-,,, ..... '-- , _~ . . I]1 rnune ~l~ III Teiennone 2117 ,L ,,,a .,A...--... . . --'----------- -- IJctIllIl~tOIl, in J.VlOll ~ funeral corr,~sDonflent. ], .. . . . II __'.__.._ DI___ l1ection Tuesday narlors in Arlington on Wed- - - I lvlr and M~rs Itarvey Nmmon[1 Funeral services~ laU~[~[~f~ J[l~L:~ ] There will be a school election nesda-" Feb 25tla~. at '2 "~m The t-axes .......... [ofSeattle spent the week-end]Bridal Shower urda,, Feb 2Q ~.~- ~1~'~ ~q , J held with the city election on "~v ~' ~ ~---~-~:-o "-~ ~-~'-;~- In the ~ramte ~aJm re]rat,[with the Orrin Underwoods. ] Miss Betty Wilson was honorec .. ~" L~ ~'. ~'* ~__, .,~,~. ,_,. .-,,,u.=,~ ~,~ ,_,~,...,~- accoroin torearts, thetaxin- rumpnrey,~o oIuso, wflo am in Journamem March 10th at the C!ty Hall. Fred ton conducted the gervices. The g - p - ~.~e~ ] Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Vanasche]with a miscellaneous shower at ._ .~" . _ i The Darrington Loggers cametRensmk and Charli.e White are pallbearers were Kenneth Ben- crease amountea to over ~u/~. lore the proud parents of a baby]the ~;ranv]lle Grange hall on away.~ ~e~ z0 1.n a 5n0; out in third niace in the lea~ueJrunning [or re-elecnon, nett Bill Enveart Ronald ('-lass lwr. ana lvlrs. Joseph ~ngstroml~irI born March 2 at the Provi-I~rlaaY evening, ted z~. Miiored~nosp]ra* miiowmg a ~ and fifth place in ~he tourna- ~ Harvey Archerd, La Verne Slater had dznner w~th Mr. and MrS.[dence hospital. [Anderson and Evelyn Girven illness The _servmes w% merit. Darrington lost to Sultan ~lood Donors . and Chancey Tollenaar, all of~emon bore on ~unoay. i Burna Pull]am of Arlin~,ton]were Hostesses. ~ne received] uucteo oynev. ~v~. ~. Pun~ at Mount Vernon on Tuesday] Anyone who did not get signed Darrington Burial was in th~ Ar-Making a miraculous recovery l,~,~nt t~ ...... t~ ~,~.~ ,,,~th ~,~,lmany mveJy gifts, after which alP astor o] AssemoJy o~ with the score of 46 to 45. O~luP to donate blood and wishesi lingto~ cemetery. There was an from a major operation is Jiml~n~d'erwood ...... " ................. ]delicious lunch was served. Miss church. Interment was in, Thursday Darrington won over]to do so, may come to the City] abundance of beautiful flowers Bernethy. He is already able to l The Communit,, Club will lWilson is the bride-elect of Val!ton cemetery. Concrete with a score of 39-36. Hall on Friday, March 6th, be-lMrs" Lawrence leaves two daugh:l be about for some time duringlmeet on Friday i~arch 13 at tho]Lindbrg' son of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Pumphrey was bo The Band and a few rooters were ltween the hours of 10 a.m. and l ters Mrs. ttarriet Bullen of D~ar-!the day. ~home of Mrs Lena Hershaw "'"[Fred Lindborg of this commun-]Indiana November 26, lg~ al~ taken in the bus. OnFriday,18 p.m. and you w!ll be takenirin~ton and Mrs Edith Whurlowl Patsy Bernethy spenta few[ Mr and Mrs Harold Hel~e-[ity" [had resided at Oso for.31 Darrington lost to twin cities at[care of. For inzormation call 331.]of Seattle; two sons Burton ofidavs in the Arlin~,ton Hosnital ]land'and f~r~i~ .,~a ~ ~i~M] Mr and Mrs Audral Moreland r~e is survived by two da~ Mount Vernon with a score of 48- For transportatmn to and from Seattle and Gear e of San Die o ^ ..o~..., ..... ~..o *..~.~..~14~]aol~nd word ,~nnor c,.oct~ ~t]and Audra spent Saturday in So-.Mrs- Nelhe Cook of Spoks. 50. School was dlsmmsed early the City Hall call e~ther 572 or a sister, Mrs. Adelme Morgan of cw,mi ....... tnddl~r~ rank~ of]the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl]attle- ]Mrs. Hj r]ett N]eman of Wednesday, Thursday and Fr$-J873. If ~r some reasonyou can-]Tacoma; two brothers, Howard J~n'r'~:o"r~r~;]~'i'tv"~'t~; "~r'~"~th~]Sward in Everett on Sunday J The nicture entitled "Treasure(Ar]lng~n;* three sons, ' " " " ................ - ............ " "- - ana m day afternoon and d~dn t take up[not come at the specmed time, Jwflson of Darrmgton and AlbroJt~roo wm Tnnaho~a ohil~ren [ Messrs Ed Hu~hes Orrin Un-]Island" from the Moody Insti-,.~ A err o] usa ana~ .... .................... ~, - ~ " ~" ~ r re until 10 a.m. on Friday, to g~velcome any t~me you can aria youlwHson of North Carohna, seven] ....... Jderwood Jim Thomnson andltute will be shown at the church] umpny ozfioute 3, Ar~ the students a chance to rest af-Jwill be put through as soon as[grandchildren and four great ~n counting smoke stacks *]Howard 'Ha-elshaw wffre amon~[~,~ ~xroa,~,~oa ........ ~... [two na~z-orotners, Jeff a~ ter the games ]poss~ble. [grandchildren. t r~a~ean~e~vZt~gtv~nwqU~teE~n~ees~Jthose from~'this community a~ [""R'os~'~Iaa~a~d an'd"~er brother, ]~fs?~;:ncK:2tUeCkYol~hre~ ' T~ers ~1-~'-'-- ' /Community ~ I~^~ w,,,~, ~ J and Philip Olson Mr. and Mrs. [tendmg the Co-op meeting m ]Rev= Maynard HoLland, motored I san" Brown an~i Mrs-*'~ .... ~ ' - ........... ' w Mr .~rnngmn on rrluay nlgnt, to Tacoma on ~unaay to a~tena The Teenage Club held thelrl~olds M~tm~s I Arrivine at the home of Mr [Jackl~n, Mr: and Mrs. M a, ...] Mrs Orrin Underwood mo / ....,,,,, ~ ..... ,,~ ~. .... ,..... I Brown, all ~n gentucky,,~ election of ofhcers at the last The Chamber of Commerce and land Mrs Horace En,,eart and l aria ~rs. Arcme Lea Jue], .:Jtor~d to .~ttl,~ 0, M,~d~,, t,[~ .... a ~, ~,.,~ ,,~, ,o, .... r~,.~.lteen gran~cmldren an~ dance. The new officers are as JCommun|ty Counml met at the t fLailv on Friday was Mrs En-Ian M . g /visit Mr~ ~.t~l .T~r~onRnn wh.|~'o~o.~,4 h ....~,,o+ ..... ]. l great grandchildren. " ' ' ~ d rs Stewart Kin nave all ..................... ~ .....~,,~,~ .~ ~,~ ~...o ~,~ o== ~,~ - - " w " llatlon ................. o ....... , ...... ~,,,,,,.u, .... ,, ,.,,o j~,o~ .~,.=,,~,~ .~ follows" Roland Mount, presl-]home of Mr and Mrs Nels Bru-lyeart,s brother, Louis Frank Lon |He msta s. [has been ill / ........... ] o .... . orazteu, anti is rece]vmg HiS dent; Barbara Bowman, vice:[seth on Wednesday, Feb. 25th./don' who has been away over] There ]s now a broad road up/ Mr and Mrs John Patch anditr,lnln~ ,t ~nrt T.owi~ / CARD OF THANKS ~)~esident; Bernice Bertels, secre-]There were representatives from]three years He spent two years/to Mud Lake. , |son Johnny sDent-M'ondav visit-:['-Mr'"~nd" ~r'~ "~r',~h~" T.i.~h,,~,] We wish to th~nk our tory, and Mo]ra Reade, treasurer.[the Grange, Lions, F~re Depart-|]n Korea and over a year in the] Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ostrum en-|in~ at tho J r) Patch home |..... t t,~ P..... T~lan,-1 ~ ~,,~ [kind nnd tho~crhtf~l fr|~ F_,amh will serve for six months.[merit, City Council and Teenag-{Fitzsimmons nosoital-in Denver, /joyed a visit from their daughter|---~irs- ()'-A" B-arden t"'~'~" ~'~i~:~ "t~ff~'~'" Jt-he'-Ar-li'n-uto'n"~ommun'i'~ will be no teenage dances|ers_Whemembers present dec]d-]Colo. He left again Saturday to[Ruth of Seattle over the week-[a few weeks in ~verett ~isiting]m~noc'laapel~'-" - ........... {Free Methodist church, tam April. ]euto.sen me seven mrs m town[visit other relatives ]en~: ........ ]with her daughter " J~,-~,MI ~"~-*i,-- ]many gifts and generous ---------- lane the money to de usea torl I THe joraan bunoay bcnool nasl Mr _..~ ~.~ r I-, ~_+~. .^ I~''~-'N ." ..... Ii ...... h'-" --'~ '-~--- r~ o, ~ .,~--, alil.l 111~ d. U. AUO*L~:II l~" Remember the school board elec ,,s~ ~, ,~,, ,~ ,~ve ~i]thi~ Par~/ lpubhc purposes. They also voted/ There was a ver~, nice writeu,~ |completed a garage for the Sun-|..~,.;..~ w..r.~ .... ~'-'- -~-..-*- ~ .... "Pd,,ri-'- ~- p|for,~ i11n~ 1 .. A quiltmg party was held atlto support abfll in the.Nat[anal]on Darrington in the Centennial[daySchool bus. . . . Iter, Mrs. Jacobs, that she sailedJ~h,,se residi ..... ,o,n~ ,,~ ,~,:~,extend our heartfelt tha~ me ~mme o~ ~virs. Morns on Tea- iHouse oz ~epresentauves. zo~ issue of the Everett Herald Sat- ~ ale Eliason, our earliest pio- |from New York on the U S S ! .-" ..... .:~ v~,~..~ ."L ~':= Geor~,e and Model]no Pife~ ne~lay= The ladies p resentwerelsup.port the. House Bill 1972,]urday' with picture's of Darring-Ineer, hasbeen ailing alL winter, l ~merica' on Saturday, Fel~ruary]C~ty~lm~sz ~ar~ysv]l~e,w]l~v:e ~ ................. -' ~am mates, ~v~rs. vancelwmcn pertams to revenue [orlton and several of the surround-i .~ar. ana ~ars. ~eorge ~impsonl28 i-~ ~.: .... s.. ~.-.,~,-,. U .... y,~,u , i' members are to ~e Loosen tram ]~gers, Mrs. Olin Cabe and Mrslimprovement and facilities in thelin, mountains lspent Saturday in Everett with ~ir and Mrs Orrin Underw~''~l~ ~..~.....=.~d C~lelia Bryson, all of Darring-lforests, which comes up before] s ]their daughter and family ]an~ Mrs P W" w ..... h ..... ~uJ14 candidates. Everyone ~s urged ~ |N~||| ~JlllJ . --------- ~, . . . ,a,,~o~ ~ ,,~,,u- t v e ton, and Mrs. Earl McQuestenlthe House of Representatives onlsnow I Mr and Mrs Ferber are put-J~a . ..arh, ,- ~, ...... ~,,. _~ .,.^]Io at . IIIVI~LMIIVi and Mrs. Guy McMahan of Ar-tMarch 10th. 1 February went out with snow[ting "the shing'les on the newl~lome~'of ~Irs~ ~'~.~o~=on~S~a~.] Ja~ice and Dlanne Hllde at- , tO the home of Mr. and Mrs. K.]nesses at the hearing. Mr. Rus-lwho has small children ]from a broken leg. - iJ ......... III . ".." "" .'. " .... ~----------~//-----///'~ IL Dincov and family at Red-lkowski was one of thirteen out] " / Mrs. Herbert Tulin is homel] VI(;'I'()]-~IA I| mr. and ~ars. Auarai ~woremnn ~ ]~------J/L-2__J//_. . -- v ._..~- a r v" " ],mood, where they stayed, until}of a group of fifteen who re-]Town ~-lection ]week-ends from Furland sana-~] Mrs " .... r~..~,~,o....I]~ nd Aud a re]ted at the J.G. [ l] /]~[]--- ~ay. Iceived his citizenship papers,[ Candidate~ far Caun~,il ...... ]tarium, where she is employedll "o,~'~z,"~,~'~,"~t ...... ]]Pearson home on Sunday after- [ ]~/L.~]] ~ ~hool was let out early Man-[Feb. 19th. , ]sit]dos at tile ~Town l~lec"tio'nVto[as a nurse*. ['Mr. anj~iVIrs~eCount'r'vman vis-'[n~n" . ....... ~ I~l~-,f~/~-~ day afternoon due to a teachers[ .. - .. _-"Y"L-U-. .... [be held Tuesday, March 10 are: J_The new Centennial edition of ]ted at the O" Swanson home].-~unaay visitors at me ~am j j[ "~:~ meetin~ i mr. aria ~ars. ~att ~ein aria/Position No 1 Ed Hu,~t,*~' ~- .|~ne ~vere~t uany ~ieram is ~opsl~,,,a~,, ~,,,~.... [uocKenaor[ name were ~v~r. aria ~ ]r-----~'IA, Harold Reade spent last week-JedaUght~iraGnladys" ~Pevn:sthne Wewek'iPosition No. 2,'Ivan Jones;'Posi:]ino~eWspaper coverage of ai ~un-~ay aftern'oon visitors atlMTndWoilhgamulHio~k~kkaends:h:nir "~ ~/A~-~f/~J~ end in Snohomish j. a. , Y,.. ., . g lm[tion No. 3, Jack Faucett, Elmer[wn e cou y. the Harry Hansen home were Mr Is - -- ........ V ill F/II~Y ~'~.1 .. ,itvir. Lein s oromer ann wize. /Afseth ! o------------- land Mrs C1V~,,-n v~,~,,~ ~a.~ wn'lann ~v~r. ann Mrs. ~oo ~v~urt)ny ,4 JI/L K,-~ _ ~lJ~-" Alvin Randall, son of Mr. anal T ..... o,, ~ .......-- ....! " /DARRINGTON CHURCHES J~.... ~..^::.. ~'_~'^':^~'~"~'~.7"~,~'~.':~Jand two children from Seattle. (~.,,~JF~]_~~ "" "" *" -1 11 willeturn' nur~u.s ,**t,..,.,-.... ,~nueve-1 . ~ , " " ,uu. .~uu,,, ~-.~,u.~a,,u,.a.v,,,. -~ ~ ,- .. .~ "- --~ ~. -,, ~ ~.;~r~ 1 tarry ~anua , r nin vi " Darrington Metaodtst Claurch ~etcnexi ~ommunlty ~u~, Wh, ,~ ~ n~,,.,~ thi .... k wh-r- h~l g rotors at the home of Rev.[Woman, experienced m altera-/ ...... I goon, all of Everett. ....................... "l"x'[l|__~l[ r ......... ~' ............ ' ..... and - u I norsem pastor , . no~u tzteHz[~eet[ng uxirHuay '-, ~-~',,',~- ,,r the ~:av- ] Mrs. C. D. Andrews and[ tlons and sewing of all kmds,[ ".." _ .......... I Thursday evening, those froml .... ,.. e / I~/~ ............ ~ "~ l "" "~" ./familv were Mr and Mrs H J / wishes work Also will do} bunaay ~cnool Iu a.m. wor. lvic,,~ria -tte-m,~, tho Pub Sc-,,ti ........ s ............ - -~-awt .................... ~" ........ M W 1 " and h" Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pratt anOlSecrist of Olympia / housework ....... ]sh|p 11 a.m. evening service 7:3( Ih,..... n ,,~,n r, ...... r ot ,~,~1 rs. a ter Bmley c H- , SOn spent the week-end visiting' .m,,,......~ ";^~..~,^ ~- ....... ' kind of domestic'wo~k anava~-/P"m" [~i~i~ "ffc~,~'~.~'~'.;'~L,~,~ ~[dren were dinner guests of Mr. Reduce your heating , ' " B l ~xa~ alia oulllllil~ A~.tu~/,~: U~t ~ "" ~ - "" ~" ....... "~"'"'"'" .... " "'" an rs I with Mr. Pratt s mother ine - I .......... rious other odd "obs Write' " IElmer Scheis and Harr- Hansens I~ d M . O. E. Johnson on Sun-and at the same time lingham. !~Voe[~r %eee~~tl~geml~e~t~goSs~~ Mrs. Don Engel, BJox i41, Dar-lea/~:slsiCe~vala.rU:~at(uDradt~lvna~T)am I Friday evening VirgYnia Han:Jday; ............ to the comfort of Y ~ar ana ~rs m~l ~m]n ana Saturday and Sunday guests church, rington. I~ " " Isen, Margaret and Marcene Bol-]famil, visit"~n ~''~ ^.-n-'~w ~z,,,~., home, by INSULATING. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mr a"d ~-~ D^b L ..... "~ o-------~- Darrington Baptist Church Ilinger attended a birthday partyl" _ ,/. _.;~~,,~.~.,u;~ ....... ... , ~mo.n u,,,~,,-~n and children . L~ ~,X~a. ,-,u u~ a,~u ~I ..... i ............. l aria the Aloert J~_lUln names on we are also equippeu "~'~" ""*"~'~ : r "" " unas 1. tsrown, pastor ,zor t~o]tn r~ocn at ner nome. uon- Mr. and M s. McCor- I WHITE HORSE I Su d y School a.m.;]na Johnson and Irene Berg, oflSu~nday'~,~ ~,~ ~z,~,~, ~.** ....~ apply siding or roofing, miek, Harold rloey .ana rercy Sunday 'dinner a,,~t~ ~t th,a I ~,,o x, m~...~;,, l]Worshin, 11 a.m.; preaching ser. [Arlington, and Taunia Judy of~v..~" ~2".,'* ~.~.o.~,o ,~,j~,,~,,~,~,..~! Hoe all ,of O1 m la aria Mr " ---. ........ ~, ..................... ..,,.,.,.~, . ' .... .uv ..,,u ,.,, aHu ~w~. vv~x~: Y, Y .P ' . .~ " lama of M~ ~nd M.~ ~o,-,, I ......... n,..., livme 8 p.m. M~dweek service i Everett were also guests and thel~:,~ ........... I Credat Can Be Arrang~ and Mrs Milton ~cott or ~on- -- ..................... ~"~,,, i ~.u..~S~,uaa~.,~. I, -m. .... .a... ..* "7 oa .~ ~ ' ! ..... ~ ..........*.~.,,~,~ ~,,.~.,a-.. I ~ue anu [amliy attenaea a i ,~t~ o~'Sundav afternoon Bates. They were week-end' .... ~ /IAr~h'~h ...... 4' ~g,it~tut~ua~ at .:ou tJttt. - I~v~t~tttE~ ,',a .... ~,~=~, v"~'"~]charivari on Mr. and Mrs. Ed No Down Payment o~ ,u s s at the home of Mrs. Syl- and rs A1 h Seaunler ]n Everett on Thursday A A r v a~ Mr. and Mrs. Dale Kamm have via 14t~ll|na~wnrth ,rid f, milv M . McMa an of Swede|Calvary Pent--sial ] Mr. and Mrs. Elmer ElfstromiS~,~, F.H.. pp o ed Lo pur(~ased "Kay's Dress Shop" ,~-d :~-r~'~d"t~r~"n,~,~'~"~ ~';.;:~ Heaven. enjoyed a short fur-tDarrington visited the Harry Hansens Friday l"'s"~" "i and took over on Monday morn- on~Sun'da"y ....... ~" ............ iough from his Army duties last! Sunday school, 10 a.m.; morn levening. . iville spent Saturda~ afternoon: ' . ing. The shop, formerly owned " week. He visited with his parents[lng worship, 11; children'~l Mr and Mrs. Pigort visited thelvisiting at the Joki florae, i ILti/llll~l~hlU by Mrs. Kate Jones, will be op- church, 7 p.m. evangelistic ser I George Wares of-East Stanwood,[ The Highland Garden Club TI ILhl/~klllO~l~ll eratea in the same manner by vice, 7:30 p.m . Mrs. Ware having just returned|will hold their regular March F~ar~,rll~nO the new owner, Mrs. Evelyn ~ I from two weeks at the Swedish t meeting at the home of Mrs. Win.I)l~Ull'll~K~) Kamm. Mrs. Jones is retaining In Coeur d Alene, Ida., recent-|Hospital. [Koch on Wednesday, March 11, ownership of the building, ly found a prowler had madeI Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kappell and|at 1:30 p.m. Roll call will b~e "A PHONE 30~W2 Anno T~n~, dau~,hter of Mr himself (or herself) sufficiently family were dinner guests atlnew rose I bought this year" r,~ ~.. ~ D o and M~s Morris Long, celebrated at home in a summer cottage to lthe Ray Sche] home Sunday IThe program will. be on rock gar- her eleventh birthday at her bake a cake I Mr. and Mrs. Matson of Marys- Idens and bulb covers lmme Friday after school with. a part), to which fourteen of her classmates attended. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Long and two daughters attended ~church in Marysville Sunday morning and were guests at a potluck dinner in honor of Reverend St~oem's birthday Mr. an~ Mrs. Lloyd Phillips and fam]~y and Harriet Howell attended the basketball games in Mount Vernon last week. Week-end visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs J. E. Faucett were M'r. and Mrs. H. E. Nelson and son Gordon of Seattle. Mr. Nelson enjoyed steelhead fish- hag while here. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hooper and lamily and David Faulkner at- tended ~he wrestling matches in A~]ington on Wednesday. S~ending the weekend at the home ol his mother and grand- father was Bob Howe of Port- ]and, Ore. Mr. nnd Mrs. Victor Gilmore gpent Thursday in Renton visit- ing at the home of Mr. Gilmore's sider. * Sund~y dinner guests at the ho~ne ol Mr. and Mrs. Ferman Henson and family were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ashe and family of White Horse. Tuesday's visitor was George Campbell from Se- atl le. Mrs. Robert Hilton, Sr., spent last week in Seattle at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Orpha Chase, caring for her grandchil- dren, while their mother went to California, Mr. and Mrs. Val Johnson and Mrs. Louis Miller went to Seattle Sunday to visit Mrs. Miller's husband, who. is in the Marine Itospital. The Millers m~n and operate the Bennettville ~[ore. P~ev. and Mrs. O. I. Borseth drove to Yakima Friday, where U~ey attended and the Rev. Bar. ~eth conducted" the graves]de ~rvices for Sherry I,ee and Terry (~ne Walde. twin children of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Waldo. The twins were born Sunday, Feb- ruary 22rid, and died the next day. The services were held on Friday at 4 p.m. The twins' grandparents aye Mr. and Mrs. A~drew Waldo of Mount Vernon, Burton Howard of Col]for- !]y and Mr. and Mrs. Henry ~rown and children, all of Dar- rington. Randy Bowman, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Bowman, Jr., has the measles. Sunday dinner guests at the !:tome of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas nia and Manuel Lowis of Hono- lulu. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wald~ were united in marriage by the Doan and son were Mr. and Mrs. Ward Argle and f~,mily. Mr. Hen- ry Pfromm, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley !Moskeland and family, all of Marysville. Mrs. Alvin Chilcote. Birthdays honored were Bess Shattuck and Max]He Hansen. Others present were Mesdames Denman Nermo, Tucker, Twill]gear, Swilling and Bertels; one visitor, Mrs. Valiska Schmidt, daughter of Mrs. Twil- l]gear. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Robinson Jr., arrived home last Friday morning from California, wherei !Walt has been attending school coinciding with his naval duties: Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Duvall re- After a fourteen day furlough turned, home last week after a]they will return to California, two weeks trip to California,]where he will be stationed until where they visited friends, Col- June. On Friday evening the oriel and Mrs. Carr, and many family all gathered at the Walter interesting places Robinson, Sr~ home for dinner The 4-H Club met February 25th at the home of Tamale Doan. The 4-H record books were given out to all the members. There will be 0nly one meeting in the month of March, the same being held at the home of Patsy Riddle on March 25th. All parents are welcome to all the meetings. They al~o voted to take action for future activities, such as in- viting the County Chamber of commerce up here for a meeting in the spring. Also'some will at- tend the County Chambe~ of Commerce meeting at Cedarcrest on March 10th to represent Dar- rington. Mrs. Earl Morgan and. two daughters were luncheon guests at the home of Mrs. Charles Un- derwood on Monday Mrs. Dale Perry is leaving Thursday for New Mexico to joini her husband, who is stationed there. Their daughter will re- main with her, grandparents Monday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wolfe were Mr. antl Mrs. William Wolfe of Lake Stevens Bobby Boyd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Boyd, spent Wednes- day afternoon and night in the Arlington Hospital under ob- servation for a possible appendi- citis operation. However he was released the next day without an operation. Eugene Boyd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Boyd, celebrated his fifth birthday with a small party at his home Monday afternoon. Guests of the party were Eugene, Roy. Borseth about two years his two brothers Jan and Bob, ago. The Borseths returned home Nancy Woodward, daughter of Fmiurday. lMr. and Mrs. Paul Woodward, Week.end guests at the homelSylvia and Dotty Larsen, aaugn- ol Mr. and Mrs. Owen Wells and lters of Mr. and M~. Lloyd Lot- daughters were Mr. and Mr&lsen, Maureenswanson, daughter Ek~e, St., and Mr and Mrs.lof Mr. and Mrs..Maurice ~wan- Howe, Jr., and family of Van-i son and Brian Jones, son of Mx. ~ver. B.C. [ and Mrs. Ivan 3ones. and an evening of visiting. Among those present besides the immediate family were Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Loughnan of Dar- rington and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Robinson atlases Lake. Visitors at the Swilling home on Friday of last week were Mrs. Waller and ,her son-in-law, Mr. Paukevich of Seattle. Mrs. Waller is Mrs. Swilling's mother. 'O CEDARVALE The P. C. Sheppards hear quit~ )ften from their son Jim, who is n the Marines He says San Di- ego is nice, hot during the day, then real cold at night. He will .be very glad to see everyone here at home when his leave comes Up. The Ladies' Aid of the Bethel Mission Church will meet Thurs- day, March 12. Ann Rogne was home visiting wi~h her parents over the week. end. Her sister Nancy was under the weather for a few days with the flu, but okeh and back to school now. Jack King has been confined to the house, and bed, for some time with neuritis and rheuma- tism in the spine. Mr. Workman of Seattle has bought, the old "Reeves" place. He plans on really fixing it up, starting with cleaning up the yard and painting the house, which it needs quite badly, as it has been vacant for the past ]:duple of years. We see a new stean~shovel go- ing up the hill to the lime works this week. Seems like the Bryant Limestone, Inc., is really busy these days. o------------- In Arlington - Phone 1344 KILLOUGH CLEANERS for WATERPROOFING DOLJSAUI FOR DOLLAIZ YOU CAN'T BEAT A O GENERAL MOTOR S In its distinctive beauty, its size and comfort, its interior luxury and its all-around performance, Pontiac ranks high among America's quality cars--yet it's priced just above the lowest ! Thus Pontiac has an almost irresistible appeal to people who find it wise to keep their automobile investment at a minimum--without sacrificing quality, It is this unique combination of goodness and price which makes Pontiac the solid choice of those solld citizens who are money wise and quality conscious. The reasons for this preference were never more obvious than in the 1953 Pontiac. But more'Important, i't carries on Pontiac's tradition of long life and carefree, economical dependability. Come in and see how this great new car offers wonderful proof that "Dollar for Dollar You Can't Beat a Pontiac.". FINEIT OF FEATURES AT THEIR LOWEIT Col~etely New Dull-Streak Styllng New Longer Wheelbase Ponllue's Great Dual-Range Pawer Tr~in~, Lenger, Leveller, Raomie~ Dediea ~ew Oue-Pleee Panoramle WInd~hieid und lear Wludow IPoutlue'm Wonderful New Pwwer Steerl~e Speetmeulur New Over-AJ1 Performaneo *Optto~i at ~mWa oott, gNT]Mg ~dd'S SPM,~ BWI'IT~ HIGilWAY0 AWARDS GONTYJ~ ! I:ARL WEBER Fifth and Olympic Arlington, Washington