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Johnson and family and rela-:ar=l, returned home from the tives in Beliingham. Miss ~elty Parker and Mr. Walter Morgan will be married on Friday, March 2~th. Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Freese were. Mr. and Mrs. John Matlock and a triend, Mrs. Robertson of California. Mrs, .Frank Faulkner received Providence Hospital in Everett on Thursday and is doing fine. Mrs. Clinton Howard and Mrs. E.- L. Howard visiteO D~rle~,e Howard at the Providence Hospi- tal in Everett on Tuesaay. Mrs. W. E. Knowles spent last week visiting in Sedro-Woolleyl with her daughter, Mrs. James Prochnau, and son and also in Bellingham. Mrs. Proehnau and son have moved to Oregon, where her husband is employed. word on Tuesday of the death of her brother-in-law and on Wed- nt,~day that her father had passed away. Both men were Mrs. Ann Wilburn left Sunday reaidenfs of Woodstock, New morning for El Paso, Tex., where Brunswick, Canada• M~. and Mrs. Harry Gladsjo were called out of town Saturday when Mrs. Gladsjo's father sud- denly became quite seriously ill. Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charlton Hayter and family were Mr. and Mrs. F,d Sherwood and family of Bel- lingham. Sunday visitors at the homesI of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Jones and family and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jones and family were Mr. and Jay Ryan and family of Bellingham. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hilton, St., spent last week in Seattle and attended the wedding of she will visit her sister. She ex- pects to be gone about a month• Mr. and Mrs. Morris Long and two daughters were Sunday din- ner guests• at the home of Mr and Mrs. Farris Bates and fam- ily of Halterman Spur. Week-end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Long and: family were Mr. and Mrs. Guy McMahan and baby of Arlington• Saturday evening visitors at i the home of Mr. and Mrs. Milton! McCaulley and family were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Barstow and Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Woolman, all of Granite Falls. Mr. Woolman purchased Harold Bennett's horse Tony. Mrs. Joe Paul and her daugh- ter, Mrs. Doug Wicken of Hazel spent four days in Tacoma vis- iting at the homes of Mrs. L. their granddaughter, the former Barbara Chase. Mr. Hilton re' turned home Friday evening while Mrs. Hilton remained in Seattle. Paul and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Paul. Several ladies spent Wednes. day quilting at the home of Mrs. Sam Bates: The quilt is for Mis. sionary Love Gift. The ladier oresent we~ Mrs..P.S. Jones, Mrs. Ethel Rogers, Mrs. Virginia Phillips, Mrs. Charles Brown, Mrs. Nellie Aiken, Mrs. Tom Asbe, Mrs. Nellie Long and Mrs. Bates. Everyone enjoyed a pot- (uck din n~i~: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stoney, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hunter, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Horace Enyeart attend- ed a party at Kinney's Barn at Snohomish • Sunday afternoon. The party was given in honor of Curt Furr, formerly of Darring- tom who is in the Navy and will soon be leaving for overseas du- ty, and Bud Kinney, who had just returned from Korea• Mr. Stoney and Mr. Hunter played in the orchestra and every one had a good time. Lunch was served at 6:00 p.m. Camp Fire Girls The Tawanka group of the Camp Fire Girls met at the home of Mrs. Guy Lesson on Thurs- day in honor of the birthdays of Elaine Engles and Janice Les- son. They enjoyed ice cream and cake. There are ten gi~ls in this group at this time• The Camp Fire 'Girls attended the Sunday morning church ser- vices at the Baptist Church on Sunday, in honor of the 43rd birthday of the Camp Fire Girls organization. The P.T.A. and the Tawanka group of C~mp Fire Girls fur- nished and served food to the worke/,s at the Community Hall construction Saturday• Mrs. Zillah Garton, P.T.A. play director, wishes to thank every one who helped in any way to- ward making the play the big success it was. The Mary Resell union Revival meetings which are being held in the Civic Auditorium in Ever- ett every week night at 7:45 and every Sunday afternoon at, 3:00 o'clock, are attracting consider- able attention. They will con- tinue until March 31st. Everyone is urged to attend them. "k i! The strlklng new Bel Air Sport Coupe, one of 16 beautiful models in 3 great new series. Faster getaway i):" far--on far less Now Chevrdlet brings you an entirely new Powerglide automatic transmission* with new power, new performance, new gasoline ecoflomy. New automatic starting range--lets you flash smoothly away from a standing start with faster, more positive acceleration. 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