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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURS., MARCtI 12, 1953. PAGE SEVEN 1)AUQHTER He Can't Write Himself Anne Meugniot Phone 152J1 Mrs. Ed. Holland, Jr. Barnier) are the parents hter, Jodelle Juline, evening, March 8, ton hospital. The are Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. A1-! 5 Frank Hunter are of a little girl, Fran-! born Friday, March 6, hospital. She six pounds, fifteen dins a sister, Cathy, is staying with ~arents, Mr. and in Grand- paternal grandpar- and Mrs. Ira Hunter. eslyan Guild will meet Tuesday evening, to drive out to the Mrs. Muriel Schultz for meeting. The time announced Sunday at NEW 4-H CLUB Nine young girls under the leadership of Sandra Parsons met Wednesday, March 4, at the Parson's residence to organize a, new 4-H group. Officers were! elected as follows: Marilyn Steal- man, president; Marjorie Sey- mour, vice-president; Marilyn Snyder, secretary - treasurer; Kathy Taylor, song leader; Mac Wright, pledge leader and Janet Seymour; reporter. They decided to have sewing as their first pro- ject and to meet once a week, the second meeting to be held at the Seymours'. HOSPITAL GUILD CARD PARTY The Hospital Guild card party held Tuesday night at the VFW hall was well attended, with fourteen tables of bridge, can- asta and pinochle in play. Win- ning high prize at bridge were Bob Meier and Mrs. Ernest Oman; high at canasta were Luther Moe and Mrs. Alice Norby; and high at pinochle were A. G. Giersch and Mrs. White. Mrs. John Wangsmo won the door prize. KOREA--A wounded man in an evacuation hospital wants the folks at home to hear from him even if he can't write himself. A Red Cross hospital worker tserves as secretary. The Red Cross last year spent Because ot space limitations,----------- ~nd problems of makeup in get- ting the paper to press, it is often iound necessary to omit church aotices. We regret this, but be. lieve the necessary announce- :nents can be pUblished each #eek if the following rules are followed: Announcements to contain on- ty: Name of church, address, dame of pastor, time of service ~nd sermon subject. All notices to be in Times office by 2 p.m. tuesdays. Christian Science First Church of Christ, Scient tst, Fourth and Dunham streets. Sunday School 11 a.m. Sun. day Service 11 a.m. Wednesday testimonial meet. mg 8 p.m. Reading room, Church edifice open Monday 2 to 4 p.m. and Wednesday 2 to 4 p.m. and 6:45 to 7:45 p.m., except legal holi. wilt meet with Mrs. Wednesday after- 18th. Lowe Guild will ;day evening, March lgregational church. ~an Guild will meet Ling, March 17, with Lund on Route Four. and Kinder- Cake, sandwiches and coffee were served, and three cakes were raffled off. Mrs. John Smith was chairman of the arrange- ments committee. GOING AWAY PARTY FOR LARRY GILBERT Saturday night a going-away party was given for Larry Gil- bert, at the home of Peggy James. Larry is moving to Stanwood, $38,116,276 in services to the armed forcSs, days. ; The subject of the Lesson-Ser- ter" Mrs. Grace King Father-Daugh "Substance."mn for Sunday, March 15th, is: Golden Text: Ecclesiastes 3:14. Tot Healdc Solar vet I know that, whatsoever God do- omcer heldBa'nq Attended eth, it shall be forever; nothing by Fidet-i~y t~hapter "Order" ofi 0~er 203 takenCan befromPUt it.t it, nor anything Eastern, Star, on March 4, Mrs.I The Campfire and Bluebird Grace King was elected Worthy l Girls held their annual Father- Free Methodist Church Patron for the coming year. Oth-lDaughter Banquet on Friday, French & Fifth St. of the Degree of es will meet Sat- 3n March 21, in room of the Arne home. ington Home Demon- ub will meet Thursday, for a one o'clock des- con at the home of Mrs. 105 Burke. LIBRARIANS NER MEET homish County School met in Arlington last March 5th, for a din- :. Miss Ingrain and tent served dinner in school cafeteria to Schoollibrarians and :Udenllibrarians. The 0unty librarians also ed in the meeting. At- 'the librarians andth,t e group held separate and all inspected the High School library E. B. Seymour, pastor Sunday School 9:45. L. F. Sny- der, supt. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Young People's meeting 7:15 p.m. Evangelistic service, 8 p.m. Parker, Carmen Scanlon Sonja Bleeck; AssociateConductress, Mrs. Gil Russell, with Mr. Bill The friendly church with Wangsmo, Jeannette Stentz Mar- Gladys Nystrom. RoLl responding for the fathers, friendly welcome. tha Gruwell, Arlene Nysether, Installation will be held Satur- Mrs. Russell then introduced ---------" Donna Lenhart, Frank Olander, day Marcia 21 [Mayor Bob Murphy, Who, as Silvana-Lakewood Gary Mose, Glenn Carlson John. l~'urin~ the "meeting, a rece,~ Master of Ceremonies, had the Lutheran Parish . ny Jacobson, Lyle Lindquis't, Den-Ilion was held for the ~Vorthv Pa" introduction of the fathers by the J' H. Myrwang, pastor nv Hammerlv and Pc--" James - .. - ~, -." girls Following the dinner Zion Lutheran, Silvana: . ~, ~:~ ",tron, Lawrence HOpKlnS ana nls " -,.~~^n ,..~o' Saturdays---9:30 Coxlfirm- a.m., Others invited, but unable to at-Ibride. A gift was presented to ~2~:Pr~l~gllnge)i ~t 3 ants meet. tend were bnarlener~raetzand!the ha-~v cou-le ~.o ,. Joan Boursaw ~'~ e " . The program began with the Sunday, March 15---9:45 a.m., .........." l Refreshments were served in ...... mere,:"",, ~-rou"s~, as follows" Sun Sunday School. 11 a.m., Divine .hey all reported a goodume " " ' arx ~: ' " , the dmmg room Mrs Ruth M and regret Larry s having to en bein~ chairman of the c~m" beam Bluebirds, led by Mrs: Services. All invited. leave Arlington. I g " "Herb York, gave the Bluebird Thursday, March 19---8 p.m., * * 'lmittee. Wish: The Night Owls, ,led by Lenten services at hall. Rev. Moe, BIRTHDAY,~=.,~ m~. ,~ n)~/t,,~,,hYo~hret!~I~rs.~ { o . 1 o Mrs. Brendenmuhl,, and Mrs. Joelguest s{Seaker. 2:30 p.m., Circuit Patr~Ciao(,,Susie coM~S.eSt~:bShw~tPS;nelS~.Wahleitner,Old Mill Stream. 'Sang' Down by thelConventionlLakewood, at First Lutheran "Peeky Seeky" and "We're durphy, celebrated her eighth Dick oSacksteger showedn p~cs ..... ........... J Flrst Lutheran, Lakewood: birthday with a'party Wednesday lures oI rmrop , [aKe ] GU g . caneu ~ne BluekJirGs. 'me. ~lue J. H. Myr~,=,~,- ...... ~,,~t~,,*~ afternoon. March 4th Guests year as an exchange stuaen[, a~ ?ays, led by Mrs. Paul Klein; and .... ,, baturflay, ~vlarcn 14 1 p m who enjoyed the refreshments the Lady Lmns meeting Monday Mrs. Leggett, sang a song Home ..... --" " t~onilrmams meet. displays. Miller and Mrs. led the County )n Club meet- Baker Heights Corn- in Everett Tuesday. demonstration being lunches, all the dele- sack lunches displayed and grad- al Heights Sewing Feb. 5, at the rs. Ole Tron with Mrs. as co-hostess. They delicious hot luncheon several items of settling down to Of sewing and con- left Tuesday training at Vireo served at a pink and white table, and the games of cootie after: wards were Marie Lindquist, Marian Jaeobs, -Sherrill Moe, Barbara Carlson, Barbara Jensen, Shirley Hallstrom, Judy Alex- ander, Jeannie Bergan, Tonita Killough, Cherry Boivin and Sandy Sather. Friends and neighbors who at- tended a jewelry party at the home of Mrs. J. Y. Dycus Friday night were Mesdames Arnold Burns, Fred Williams, Wallace Preston, Lewis Cole, Frank Marsh,Burke Heaton, A. G. Strotz, A1 Eliason and John Kraetz. The jewelry was shown by Mrs. Hanson of Lake Stevens. Mrs. D. G. Taylor is slowly ira- proving. She has had pneumon- ia and has been in bed several weeks. , night. Mr. and Mrs. Iver Iverson were in Seattle Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Groth. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Wrobliski spent the day Sunday with Mr and Mrs. Roy Meston in East Stanwood. That evening they en. tertained the Misses Kathryn Leahy and Madaleine Gerbrek o~' Mt. Vernon. About fifty friends gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Frey a week ago Friday eveninp to celebrate Mrs. Claude Dezo- tell's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gibbons and Bobby were home from Seattle for the week-end. While here they also visited the Clarence Kleins. Mrs. Ira Clodfelter of Seattle spent four days of last week in Arlington with her sister-indaw Mrs. Eline Hammer. She return- ed to her home on Wednesday. Mrs. Hammer was pleasantly surprised Th0rsday night by a visit from her niece and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wrq. Hunt and Susan of Swan River, Manitoba. I hope I'm not the only one who feels vaguely regretful when ~he time comes to burn up an outdated mail order catalog. These catlogs can help a lot in the First Methodist Ladies' old magazine drive. Mrs. Louis Kraetz is still in charge of this project for the Parsonage Fund. A group of friends had a small, impromptu birthday party for Mrs. Dale Huber Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Don Meier. Mrs. Fred Morris and baby Christine are now at home. Mrs. Morris is recovering nicely. Her mother, Mrs. Vaughn Henkle, is helping her. The Ken Laymans spent the week-end in Olympia with Mr. and Mrs. Darl Major. on the Range." The Carnation gr(~l~, led bv Mrs. Ray Tenbrink, ~a~e a dance Sunday School. "Don't Let the Stars~'(l~t in Your Eyes?' " ~' .... The Chickadees, led by Mrs. Kenneth Norris and Mrs. John- ;on put on a skit ':How it is Made." ,~ The Canary group :led by Mrs. Toe Boivin and Mrs. John Grove rang "Over the Prairie.', The Joyful group led by Mrs.i ={al Fritz, gave a dance. Next came the Campfire ,~r0ups: ~ The Snah-natLma~ed by Mrs. Gil Russell anti. Mr~ John Jen- 'en gave a Campfire Pep Song. The, led by Mrs. Prendemuhl and Mrs. Wah- leithner, put on a skit, "The Rail- road Depot." The Cnesk-cha.may, led by ~rrs. Howard Palmer, ~,*rber Shop Harmony "You are my Sun- shine." The Tawanlta-Okiciyapi, led by Mrs. Beryl Johnson and Mrs. Harry Christler, sang a song, "The Cannibal King." The Okizu group, led by Mrs. Larry Munizza and Mrs. Robert James, put on a skit, "Mathilda's Beau." The program ended with every- one singing "Day is Done." The banquet was in charge of Mrs. John Grove', who did a wonderful job. 0 Mr. and Mrs. George Moe and Sherrill had dinner in Marys- ville Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Donald Moe. Sunday, March 15--10 Thursday, March 19---2 p.m. L. A. Society meets. Important meeting. All be present. Sunday, March 22--2:30 p.m., Circuit convention. Silvana and Lakewood Pa~ish The Lutheran Free Church O. J. Haukeness, pastor Silvana: Saturday, March 14th --- Con firmation class 10 a.m. Sunday, March 15th--Sunday School and Bible class 10 a.m. Luther League 8 p.m. Lakewood: Saturday, March 14th --- Con- firmation class 2 p.m. Sunday, March 15th--Sunday School 10 a.m. Divine worship 11 a.nh Our Savior's Lutheran Church Burke & Newberry Edwin Sandvig, pastor Sunday School at 9:45 a.m. Worship service at 11 a.m., with Pension Ingathering offer- ing; nursery in the basement. Sermon text: John 6:1-15. Lenten services every Thurs- day at 8 p.m. Congregational Church A. D. Brokaw, minister Sunday Church School, 9:45 a.m. Morning ' Worship, 11 o'clock. Sermon, "The Incredible HERE AND NOW of Faith." First Baptist Church Robertson Hall Mr. and Mrs. Almer Johnson Services at 2:30 p.m. Sunday. took his mother, Mrs. Paime~'l Rev. Burgess Baggett, of Pine- ~ohnson and Mrs. Vella Norris Jhurst, pastor. and children of Arlington to visitl o Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tanis and] Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Thomas of family of Route 1, Everett, last Alameda, Calif., are renewing 3aturday. Diana Norris stayedlfriendships in Arlington this over until the next day.Iweek. HED dding Invitations Indications of your own good taste-----the correct- Uess and smartness of invitations printed to your urder. PROMPT SERVICE Call 493 Arlington Printin$ Co. ARLINGTON, WASH. BEAcHED--Apparently--the crew-abii-ndoned the cralt and took to the lifeboats, as no on hand to tell The Times photographer about it. To our inquisitive reporter it looked like the took a torpedo in the starbord aft tire, It all happened at the junction of the Arlington-Silvana road and the old highway at the Island school last Monday. I ~hurch of Jesus Christ, of Latter Day Saints Sunday School 10 a.m. at V.F. W. hall. "~atholie Church 7ether James H. Dcady, pastor ~unday masses: Arlington---9 a.m. on first ~hird and fifth Sundays, 11 a.m an second and fourth Sundays. Stanwood---9 a.m. on second ~nd fourth Sundays, 11 a.m. on first, third and fifth Sundays. Faith Mission Church Bro. Adamson in charge Sunday School, 9:45 a. m Morning worship, 11. Evening worship, 7:45. Weekly s:,rvices T u e s d a Fhursday and Saturday, 7:45 Seventh-Dny Adventist Church Sabbath .qchool 9:4D" Devotion al services 11 a.m. Mid-week set vice Tuesday, 8:00. DARRINGTON CHURCHES: Darrington Methodist Church O. I. Borseth, pastor Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- ship 11 a.m. evening service 7:3f p.m. Catholic Church (Darrin~to~) Mass every Saturday at 9 am. Darrington Baptist Church Ch;~s. F. Brown, pastor Sun:lay School 9:45 a.m.; Worshin, 11 a.m.; preaching ser- vice 8 p.m. Midweek servic'e Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Calvary Pentecostal Darrington Sunday school, 10 a.m.; morn- mg worship, 11 ; children's church, 7 p.m. evang~elistic set- vice, 7:30 p.m . By Owner SHELL MUSEUM Including 2 acres, home and business--on Highway 99, 7 mL No. of Marysvllle. V. E. ANDERSON R. 5, Arlington YES! If you haven't visited our shoe department likely you owe it to yourself to do now! The new types of shoes are making news this spring l Featured this month are cuthion crepe soles . . . so light they float in water . . . as soft as walking on a cloud . . . yet tough enough for months of wear l Men's, Women's, Children's, Infants I WISHBONE STRAP CASUALS OQ sizee :o~(.~" 5'/a-9 Smart looking moccasin type casual with attrac- tive novelty strap! Col- ored crepe soles harmon- ize perfectly with smooth leather upper~ Sanitized for cleaner and better wear! 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