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PAGE FOUR THE ARLINGTON T[MES, ARLINGTON, WASH1NGTt)N. Tt!URS., ARCH 12, ] 95,2. Mrs. Horace Enyeart. Y Tim citizens of Darrington and and during the Blood Bank day, surroundingcommunities gave r h,~ r]n,~'~tl,n~ -f ,ho t the Blood also fo_ t ...... a .......... 167 pints ofblood o ....... " .... t " ida Rean,,,r.mawt ~,~or*ls thn~lz anCOOKIeS transportauon a n a t;anK In t)arrmg on r r y. g- ' istering started at 10 a.m. in the ~]~e.~ores~..S~v~celfor,[~eSu~et,~o.f City Itail and continued until 8 .... : .......... p m wlln"- one no~ ur out for lunch, me Dens. , me White norse t~om-. ~" " ""^ - ors who had mumty club and Mrs. Lewle There were zz~ don ...... ........ W l~oole, WhO was her assistant previously pledged to give, no " th .... h ~t ~n ever qnly 179 were registered -" . " . the entrance, which was very . If there is anyone, who did not ann,~ ennsiderin~ the sickness nave a chance to give, olooa on a~,,,ci- flu--in--town~. Eleven donors Friday and is able and has type were rejected due to various rea. O, go to a hospital anddonate as sons mainl" colds ~oon. as you can, as tins type ]s Due to t~e cooler weather the[ very much in demand. donors suffered little or no ill{ White Horse Community Club effects from the experience ~will receive credit for six pints of Mrs. Kathryn Bates, coordina- blood and the Darrington Lions tor of the Blood Bank drive, Club will receive credit for 12 wishes to thank everyone for the lpints. Anyone in the community wonderful cooperation receivedlof Darrington may receive blood in the prep. arati_.._ons and work for! through this credit~ B~ketball Banquet H;li A,..a..,o Twenty-six boys were treated]'~Jv ~ aaa tLa I, ta to a basketball banquet Thurs-[Im ~a. 11 day vvening at the school lunch [~'|a~y ~,[ll~er~ room On the menu were olives I .. -" ..... celery, pickles, fruit juice, salad, l.~la~m ~ua~dwas a~ery pOPv~ira~ turkey and dressing, mashed pc-[~ ....... f ~hi~i .... hi~o. " ~ - v Je'l carrots's'"'~" .................. tatoes and gra y, I y . ": .... ut-er' ints [climbed within a short distance and peas, rons, o t m ,/ofthetop cranberry sauce, ice cream, cakeJand June ATh: ~rStogrOnt~P~)aJane~ and. coffee. ..... ISmoke, Barbara and Lucille Bow- The entertainment consisted OZ/man Donna and Deloris Wells land solo bY Mr Cedric Lewis, and' ob d J E v P - . . I B an De nsle,, was a reading by Mike ttamllton,]spotted by Roland Mount sing.!rig by Roland Mount and a]through a telescope and Roland, re.a.mng n y TommyjrucKer. ~pe- {Charles Enyeart and Judson Clal uests were Mayor walter ,,eec tar g I " e s ted out to join them. Bates, Lion president Ivan Jones,[ When they reached the first Fire Chief Orville Pearson, Bob [ group they-were al'os lolned b_v Jones, president of the Park Com-[WarO Olsen and Ronal'd Adams. mittee, Charles White, member[on their return down the hill of the school board, and James{they met Mrs Frank Faulkner Anderson, school bus driver, and{and son David'and Mr. and Mrs. ~ix of the men teachers, CedriCiTrov Davis hiking UD the hill Lewis, high' school principal;[ - - -" Harold Reade; Harry Edwards,I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barn- superintendent;.. Donald Rutt, l hart attended an Eagles Alumni asslstam DasKema~l coach; ~ar-~an uet in Bellingt~ m t q _ a Satur- ker Dyer, seventh grade baske - ~,ay night. They returned home ball coach, and La Verne Sim- Sunday. mons, basketball coach. Mr and Mrs E L Howard and The decorations were of flow- son Roscoe spent" Saturday visit- ers, moss and candles. The place mg at the home of Mr and Mrs er - " " cards were made by Mr. Dy James Armstrong and son of Ed- and his art class. The candles monds. Later they spent the eve' w~re made by Mrs. Muriel ning at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fleming. James Sawyer and family. The very delicious dinner was Mr~ a~,~ nm~,~,~,~to ,~, prepared and served under the ............. ."'"".~ ........ " aret Tuesday for Cahtornla, where supervision of Mrs Marg . , she will visit relatives. Myers. h "irst trin- Visiting at the home of Mr. The boys on t e ~ s g o~,~ R,~h 'vh,~m~rm Rnl~nd and Mrs. Ivan Jones and family -"'-" _:'"~,._--'~,~,'~:~"'~.:'~" ~ from Monday until Thursday oI MOUIIt, dUlllI lll~tllUt! JL~al,yl .I~U" . ~ ~ ~,, ,, , ___ . ~_~_ ~ _. ~.~_~.,~ ~.^._~a tast weeK, was mrs. Jones mom- ~.,,.o. narr,m ~mr,~,~ nlmnp er, lvlrs ~. ~nrl.~tensen oI tr~lllng- Sanford, Scott Parris, Harold Ha- " ga, and the boys on the secondWednesday evening wsltors at team are Chuck Jones, Billy Rob- the home of Mr. and Mrs Ivan inson. Dick Noble, Jay Ityde, Jones and family were Mr. and Kenneth Estes, Billy Green, Ron- Mrs. Joe Arnold of Seattle. aid Adams, Charles Enyeart, Jack Bates and Br~ce Spalding, managers Mac Green and Merritt Bryson, statisticiah Joe Ensley, scorekeepers, Mike Hamilton, Duane Clark; and Jack Welsh. photographer. Every'one enjoyed the wonderful evening. Gm~len Club Moet The Darrington Garden Club held their February meeting at the home of Mrs. Roy Wolfe on Thursday, February 26th. Literature on flower raising, featuring Sweet Peas, was read by Mrs. Burke Henson. Mrs. N. C. Riddle discussed Carhpanula and Canter,bury Bells, and Mrs. Bob Jones */llustrated the growing of Tuberous Begonias. A very deli- cious lunch was prepared and served by the hostesses, Mrs. Wolfe and Mrs. Tom Sharpless. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bates at- tended the funeral services for Frank Bartlett in Arlington, Sat- urday and later called at the home. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bates were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Farris! Bates and family of Halterman Spur in honor, of their grand- daughter Arliss ninth birthday. While Mr. and Mrs. Bates were away from home some friends, Mr. and Mrs. George Bryson of Sedro-Woolley and Mrs. Orray Bradley of Burlington called and left a note. i Miss Betty Parker and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brown and son were taken to Tacoma Saturday by Walt Morgan to visit Mr. and Mrs. Bill Weber and daughter Walter Morgan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde, has been called by the army. He reports for duty April 7th. Sunday dinner guests at the: home of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Gilmour were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Covin of Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Verne Hilton and children were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marsh Johnson and family of Mukilteo. Mr. and Mrs. Elon Holm were dinner guests at the Yacht Club in Everett Saturday nig~ht and later attended the Penthouse Theatre at the University in Se- attle. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bryson and family were Sunday dinner guests" at the home of Mrs. Flora~ Cook of Marysville. The dinner was in honor bf Mr. and Mrs. Gene Butler's wedding anniver-~ sary, Mr. Butler's going into the i s~rviee and Mr. Butler's father's birthday. There were about 25 members of the family present. Mrs. Gene Butler is Mrs. Bry. son's sister, Delores. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Doan and son spent Saturday night at the home of Mrs. Jeanette Bungard in Marysville, and on Sunday all went to Bremerton, where they visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Howard Bungard and fam- Ily, Gerald Paul, son of Mr. and attic visiting at the home of ?vlr. and Mrs. Lyman Raffelson and l three sons. Overnight guests on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Rankin were Mr. and Mrs. Glendon Rankin and baby of Mount Vernon and Barry Rankin of Oso. Eighteen mothers met at the school Thursday in interest of getting the Bluebirds started. It is planned to have the 7, 8 and 9 year old girls meet immediate- ly after school:~ Monday's visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Reeee and family were Mrs. Blanche Lane, Mrs. Tuck Walker, Mrs. Joe Re- zak and Mrs. Kenneth Price, all l of Arlington, and Mrs. Clara Price of Everett. Visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Reece on Thursday: evening was Walter Garland of Canyonville, Ore. On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Reece and daughter, Mrs. Bill O'Conner, visited Mrs. Reece's father, Mr. Ice Cabe, at the hospital in Se- dro-Woolley. Miss Bette Riddle, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. N. 'C. Riddle, will arrive home Friday to spend her spring vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Curt Furr of Bremerton and formerly of Dar- rington plan to spend a few days t, his week visiting friends in Dar- rington. Week-end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vance Rogers .zere Mrs. Mattie Fisher and Mrs. Fannie Stinett, both of Burling- ton. Mrs. Tom Stoney is spending a week in Seattle visiting with her children. Mr. and'Mrs. Martin Tollenaar Sr., ~eturned home Saturday af- ter having been gone two months in Michigan, where they visited friends and relatives whom they had not seen for almost 36 years. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence West accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. John West of Monroe went to Portland by train, wJaere they: visited .Mr. West's relatives While there, the two men's sister and her husband drove up from Gold Beach Ore., to see them. Mr. and Mrs. West left Friday morning and returned home Sun- day night. Darlene Howard, 16-months- old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Howard, was taken to the Providence Hospital in Ever- ett Saturday for treatment for bronchitis Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stoney at- tended a movie in Everett Sun. Cicero-Tra ft Mrs. Iver Fngstrom Mrs. Lynn Phone 301J4 , correspondent IC', and Mrs. Ed Holland areI Saturday evening -~-h,'~tin~ the arrival of a great'the Harry I-ran~en borne granddaughter born to Mr. and~,nd Mrs. Rocoe Barry rf;. Edgar Holland "on Sunday, Vernon On Sunday the March 8th. The little girlwe'ghed[of Everetl were guests ~)oHnt)~ ] ounce and has been lHansens. .... named Julean a clever combina- - .......... ' er two' n,i:. anH mrs. ~ountry ~ tion of the names of h ited et the Fred Ber~ ~dllm::~ r~mdrr~thers Julia and Jean. )W~'dnesday" afternoon M:. and Mrs. Wallace Thur-I Mr. an) Mrs. J. Tweo man are also the happy parentsI \It:>; Blanche Morden C ~~~ of a baby girl born Monday,) ':at.),:, B.C., spent a f ~~~ March 9th. [:isiting at the George ~~~ Mrs. Lon Wills from Concrete;home. Wh!le there t)aeY ~/~~~ .~ was a caller at the F Snelsons .rOillg to places oi intere ~Jg~~ ~ Ion Wednesday. Mrs. Wills, the litor'~ here. ~~~ ~ [former Ruby Drake, is a girlhood] M;. and Mrs. Lynn [ DARRINGTO~'S NEW RECREATION BUILDING is taking shape, as indicated by The Times Ichum and schoolmate of Mrs..and Doris attended a picture. The large shed in rear is a temporary storage shed erected by volunteer labor The forms Snelson. During the afternoon{party for Delbert Dam being placed, in foreground are for the recreation building Sanford White ol~ Everett" bein~ the they both called on another his 'home at Warm Be~ contractor. The building will be 125 ft. by 125. It will house a basketball flooz, m~ting room and .;choohnate., Mrs. Claude Brazel-lday. , ..~ . kitchen. The cost will be approximately $100,000. The building is being erected by the Darrington ton. ~vlr. ana Mrs. ueryl Community Club, and symbolizes a co-operative spirit of community solidarity that is character- [ Mr. and Mrs. David Roberts[ (Esther Hendr!ckson) at~ istic of the mountain city. The building is located'on a ]0-acre site and family from East Stanwood~ota son Daryi o~ ~eat Local Tcden 1 . ~~------- were dinner guests at the Glen Sunday evening visiton t P cry ] ! - mISimkins a week ago Sunday andlLynh Danielson home. Mmreh 13 and 14 [ FOR TSON , I li'I~ I/P~ L?fi O ']~'~ [t Mr. and Mrs. Morris Simkins and)been guests during the ,, ,, ,, ** ~azzJ.~ ~.~z;~)J.~ l were dinner uests the the uolllnger name Comin Round the Mountain, [ { [ [ fami y. " g [ the PTA nlav, is a three-act | Mrs. Ray Toraason, m [ 'drs M Flemlna llfollowing Wednesday. Last Sun-I ---------------o " ~ ~ t ~ .... ~" " ' [' play at the High School, March I Corresoonden lit corresponding, laay Mr. and Mrs. Slmklns sent,pvt. Walter Hof 13th a~nd 14th starting at 8 p.m. " n,~.,, ~enm,~ Sewin- CircleI~r !' | the afternoon with their son t~er-i _ ** There will be a short lntermls- motMrs Reed Miller's homellrapper$ t/rgel Inar and family at Marys le. Tle$~i~ l~ _~ ..___ at .... --,.~...., ... "'It*"" ~lon at the end of the second act. M~,oh .~ There were 8 ladies['l~ ~'~ / ~ " } We are sorry to hear that Mr.] . . Baby sitters will be available at ,,'resent-'All had a ~ood time [lO len{l lrans land Mrs. L. R. Palmer have been[ Eta J~n(la, Japan. ---~ the school. ~'^-'ext meetin~" to be hel~i[ , t- , Idown with the flu this past;Walter Hogmnct, son o~ ~2'~ ." ..... ~ .........../ We are making a plea to wno-t ..... k We ~'md ,,ur vet,, bestlHoglund, R. 3, ArlingtO[ , " " he ' " recently graduated P.T.A. Meeting rnn~ lever has traps set out up on t [wishes for a speedy recovery.I ......... ...... ~ ' , -~rmy s ~pemanst Scnt~ Discuss Problems , t a .... Miss Winifred Skeers and Miss Lamson Ridge CCC road, tha ~ Bill Boyden from Monroe w s ,. There was a fan' attendance Bernie Bertel visited the lastlthey go an-! spring them and a dinner guest at the Ivar Eng- olr~a'ri~gP~e seven wee at the last Parent Teachers As- week-end at the Wold home in I thus, save the suffering of do-'.istroms .... on Sunday. Bob .... Klein~ror ~ mechanics,- he-" ~-ea soeiation meeting despite the ~v~rett Imestic and wild. animals that,/rom lviarysvine amo calted aur-I,,.~.~.~. ~,~ ..... ~, ~na movie .... ' r " ,,.~,,,,,,,, ,,,u -~t-~,,- .... late change m the date. A ................. nerlm~ght get caught and go fo ling the day. ) .............. h of the Mrs. l~eetl IVllll~r w~tb UlII , ut ~nty VeHICleS. was shown on t e uses ......... ]days unattended To date two[ Mr and Mrs Claude Brazelton[ .......... bhleOOdain~ Kor~a:hat~SrdOwnated ~ue#t e~neO~luel$IyiVlI and Mrs d?gSs h~)? bewe2sCaUghJe~n ~VeSae have joined .the ranks of tele-lrinrg~Vatyv~agh.~n~iig~e~ diseussionon a recreationalcom- Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Joh'~['~'ltroo~;'of ~verett Boy Scouts~and[/~ae~lee~Sla2?~:egk naa a set ln-(~;~ entering the ArmY mittee and the old problem of anu family were visitors at Mrs. the other came home after three " " .- 7 ........ Amelia Zaretzkes Frida" night ] . ........... I M: anti Mrs Wm Voreis are[ [fie Students walking IN [De Y .. ". ,clays With a oaaly mutilated] ..... "~. ~...~ ;.. "+~...;.'~.....1 ....... I s ~, street in front of the school to- A bridge party: was nero at i fadt SO please go and spring l ome"] " s ]nt res in: o knowlJOIln tlmderraa ward the center of town The Mrs. T. Klement s horn6 tuesday your traps and save untold suf a play cast was presented to the Mrs. Butler winning high, Mrs. lfering" Trapping season was]thi~t [hhjS2a:gt~^mflern~hU::s[W,nn~]--~] ~n I~'~lf attending audience. The fresh- Reece lo . _ .... ,over six weeks ago. [~' a "l"mber--d -~tr~-~-n wasI men won the room count. Nut Mr. and Mrs. Pat Clark anaI _______ iU, ~ ~ ~". =*=~ "~"~ ' ~ Word from the Defen$ bread and jello was served by Duane attended the auto show]communit2, Club [constructed entirely by Mr. and{ment states that Pfe the room mothers, at the Seattle Armory Sunday. IHolds Dinner Meet [~lr.s. vorelsi even me lumner derman son of Mrs "~ ........ a birthday nartv was held atl ..... lacing mnlea tram trees on tnmrl ....... ' ~ -"- i a r As a J t- .f e ll:s qel-lll~tn lormerly Ot tt The next rarent Te cue s " ....... t " r Mr ~ The Community Club h la " I place that they cut and sawed I , , .... home ot Mrs. T. l~lemen Io s. " SOclatlon meeting will be held ................. Iregular meeting last WednesdaYlWhis should nrove what one can]tn' was hated as wq~ " w" 1 t~agstrom *nursuay H,u~e at- t " t ~- 'action in r~orea April 8th and new officers ll ..... - .. l at the club rooms. Abou flf Y laccomnlish with a "-ra-er in the~ -- ha ~alatc~d Th~ nnminatina corn tending were Mrs. t~eemer, MrS. lmember~ ,,,,~,,~ n,,~,~,,e ~.,a din I_ ~ v ..... t, z . .. lThe Hinderman famir ................... ~" " Mr ...... ~ ..... _, ,,.,, u - heart and a lOt oI determination. . ' nltt,,~ ur~ ,~h~a,m by tho execu Whltson, Mrs Cavanaugh, S. lner was s-rved at noon b" host ) [for some time at Haze ................. " " " " " Mr v =' " M er ' .,,,~ h,,~d a~ f-llow" ~ars Nina Polard, Mrs. BillMiller, S.[esses Etta Bennett Marie Ber [ Mr. and Mrs. Ernest ey [Darrmgton road the fat .................... a t ' ' " i ro r ' ' . ~vrr~ Maria Dunn, Mrs. Klement nd he{tree nnr,,thv R,wm~n ~,~[from Everett and h s b the ev Hinderman nassi~ Cloel, chairman, ................. , ....... i~ .......... , ....... r ' l~ -- ~,,,,~ ~,,a wr,~ ~a~hl,~ n,,,~nn honort guest, Mrs. Hagstrom [n~,,~, ~nd "[P~va Rrv~nn r~,,~n~land wife, Mr. and Mrs. Harry about a year a~o. Thi .............................. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dunn from[~'r:~(,:~,'~'~:~,~'(~';~,~',.~,[Meyer from Farlbault, Minn.,{now resid'e~ near paii Home From ~ Seattle were visitors at Klement[mern'b~rs'were~a~k~en~in~'l~Irs"~'~lcalled on Bill Grote Sunday. t John has six brothers Mr. and Mrs. Roy Loughnan home Sunday.. ]White and daughter A'gnes." ItlThe arry, Meyers',wh aretur:t arrived home Sunday after a q'-~ ",~,,nt, u-~--it'~l as~ociatio-~was also decided to donate ten[~g.t,ne~u'.~:' ureule_.nus .u~wr.l[ ._~_ w .., ~ ,,~ ~, ~ , t~rote s cromer, WhO lives in tar six eeks trip to Albuquerque, i~ -aisi'n~ 2a'~ for a Deerldllars to Darrington for bloodl._ .: "1[ I~ ~m ~] o ~. ~ ~ uu.uu lOaUlt New Mex., by train. There they ............ ' /bank expenses. Hostesses for thel II II K I were joined by the Misses Clare rarK nosmtaL {April meeting are Mesdames[ Or. .rbor .o. II II| U liP{ and Grace Engelsen and traveled Bob Andrews, son of Rev. and[Chilcote, Cloer, Collins, Cabel ,~ ?? .... - .... and .racmc]l counties are oullalng a mgnway by car to Carlsbad Caverns, E1 Mrs. C. D. Andrews will arrive/and Clark i ........... " ,, [I ,~ ,,m i Paso, Tex., across the border to home March 17th to spend his[ ~ [lm~lng oa~vme and ~rooK~yn. /[ 1~ | ~ | Juarez, Mexico; back to New spring vacation. ~ ] Word has been received here of[ Mr. and Mrs. Art Ryals and][ I] | ]~[ I Mexico, where they saw the o~ ]the serious illness of Dan Skag-[ehildren .of Seattle were Sunday][ ...... world's largest open-pit copper FOUND -- Woman s 'heavy gold[lund at Sedro-WooIley. He is eon-)visitors at the Jack Swilling][ ..... mine on to Phoenix, Ariz., where band ring. Owner may recover]fined to the hospital and will belhome. ]l Ihe t'~gYc~hh:ey;)~ai~:dWt:k:a~2/~e~t bY.nvg~:~r':yl~gc2ndiPaY]sPgDfyr t i~;meuf~r ?p2otir~ea~l~h:gwhrhelo~!i~aa G::e~ly~oJhesF:~dI " Dam, saw the ruins ofthe cliff dwellers, on up through the Salt River canyon to the petrified forest and painted desert, on to Grand Canyon, Boulder Dam, Las Vegas, New became snowbound in California and had to lay over a day, on to Camp Roberts and visited Mr. Loughnan's nephew, Studie Loughnan, who is in the Army, over to the coast highway to Salinas and visited Mrs. Dor- ina McDowell, formerly of D~r rington, then up to Millbrae Calif., where they visited Roy's sister and her husband, Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Hilborn, to San Fran- cisco and visited Mr. and Mrs. Armand Pearson and daflghter, Mrs. Pearson being the former Lois Winter of Darrington, from there they traveled up the coast highway to Shelton, Wash., ar- riving on Wednesday, where they visited relatives until Sunday. Studie Loughnan, son of Mr. and Mrs.~,Lloyd Loughnan and nephew of Roy, Dewey and Dick Loughnan, is home on leave and will spend most of this week here in Darrington with his fath- er at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy ~oz~hnan. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Harbin spent the week-end visiting in Bellingham and Vancouver, B.C. Mr. Tom Ashe, who is working In Seattle, spent the week here with his family. Week-end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Burke Henson were Mary, their daughter, who had just returned from a three weeks' visit with friends in San Diego, Mount Pleasant and Los Angelesl Calif., and Mr. Bill Simpson of the Sand Point Naval Base in Seattle. We wish to express our deep- est thanks and appreciation for all the flowers and cards and for the kindness and sympathy of our friends and neighbors dur- ng our recent bereavement for our mother.---Mrs. Hariet Bullen, Mrs. Edith Thurlow, Burton Law-i fence, George Lawrence Spending the week-end at the borne of Mrs. Gertrude Sterling were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bakke and two sons and Mrs. Ben Car- ter and daughter," all of Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Bruseth spent the week-end in Seattle at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Booth and family. They also vis- ited at the home of Mrs. Laura Falk and Mr. and Mrs. Nicolai Aall of Seattle. The Bridge Club met at the home of Mrs. Theodore Clement at Fortson. Mrs. Lucille Butler won high prize and Mrs. Leah Reece won low prize. The next! meeting of the club will be at] the home of Mrs. Permelia Keen. an. Week-end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bullen and family were Mr. and Mrs. day. I E. C. 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