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~ Lutheran Ladie Aid will motor i to Lawrence to attend a W.M.F. meeting. Palt~ for Ag~ A large delegation of members of the Salem Lutheran Ladies' ed t Aid motor to Evere t to the Bethany Home on March 11 where they presented a program for the a~ed folks and also brought refreshments which were .~erved as a birthday party for several of the people of the Home Eastern Star installation Satur- ~r. and Mrs. Robert Walen of day evening. Yelm announce the birth of a Casey Overdid son on March 17 Mrs. Nels Wal- Mr. and Mrs. Leander Amund- en is visiting her son and family ~... Mr. and Mrs. Ed Barnett and making the acquaintance ofl ~*~' t ....... Casey, Mrs. John Around- her new grandson and assls mg ;on and Ordell Amundson took with lhe household duties a' drive up above'Verlot Sunday --'------ :o see the snow. Sort of a "If Ci~guit Convention (he mountain won't go to Mo-i The Circuit Convention held hamund treck." Everything wasl last Sunday at First Lutheran fine until Casey overdid it. Church, L~kewood, was verY,While walking along the icy well attended by pastors and del- :~tream, he slipped and fell in. egates from all parishes o~ the He had-to come home minus his Evangelistical L~,~an Church in the area. Very ~fispiring pro- grams and discussions were pre- sented bolh in the afternoon and in the evening. Special vocal music w:~s given by Mrs. J. Moil- ie~ ol Everet!. and Miss Wilkin- ~s o~' Lakev:ood, who sang very, beautifully, "Tim Holy City,' aecompanie'! on ~he piano by Mrs. Clifford Rod. The First Lutheran Ladies' Aid ser'e,'~ a very much appreciated dinner in the church hall at 5:30 p. ~ The next meeting ot the s~nt circuit will be held in Bel- lingham. Special addresses were given during the day by Rev. Mat~bre, Clinton, Wn.; by Pastor I~tlin~muth, student pastor at the slate University, Seattle and by :Mr. ]Vlagnusen, president of Lutheran students union at the University. Pastor Stromber of ]r~r-Conw~,iy also gave a special address that was much worth while. Delegates from the Zion Congregation were Clif Henning and Louis Stubb; and delegates from First Lutheran in Lake- wood were Howard Swalling and I ner Mr. andMrs. Morgan Peter-I Those in attendance at the Im- son pavia t'eterson [wo of the ' , , , .' ~ [_provement Club. last Saturday Peterson s granacmldren an~ , . . " .. o . ]e~emng emoyed the techmcolor Miss Agnes reterson oi ~eattlel .... ;.,..,~ .'^~.~ o^, +~ .~....~^__ Saturday;. Mrs. T..horgaard'sl ................................. countries and Cuba as shown by Drolnei' glorgan was me nonor , ]Mr. Backstrom of Arlington. Mr. guest .. " ........ land Mrs. Peter Thorsen present- tar ann ~virs lom oenKms i ' '~. , ..... led some very interesting colored ~were bunoay guesis oI vzr ana ..... X . '.~ ]shdes from Germany and France lvtrs uen JenKins bunaay ban. also a ee' " n Wav -:' ;. " .... : . .:-.- I r itatIo by .. 1~,, im'a ~aretzKe is staying wiin ineIstarr of "Case- at the Bat" I - 3' i Ienkms while her parents are In]~roved entertaining between the ~ IVlOnlana. ~ - ._ i films. We were sorry that Mrs. Mrs. Dale Steekelberg was ine Backstrom was unable to be with guest of Mrs. Harley Robb at us and we hope she recovers from her illness soon. We are looking forward to more such educational a n d interesting movies in the near future How about it? The community was sorry to hear of the accident which Mr.~ Vernon Lilloren suffered last Fri. day. His condition is serious and I'm sure the community extends a prayer for his speedy recovery. Joe Tveit received word last! week from his son, Billy, who is in the Air Force and stationed in very wet trousers and shoes and K?:eantIndC(~Se:~ haven't W~;is! ,~rapped in mother's_______ coat. p e d , "t is: 3 " - Jotm Amundson took his liam R. Tveit, A. F. 19460886; Hq. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Preston en~ tertained Mrs. Preston's sister Mrs. George Watkins and he'. l~ls Jacobsen. daughters, Mary and Judy, and ,., . . .~ _ ~ Mrs Lee Baron Mrs, James Earl rasLor J ri. myrwang spoke a[ " '- Lenten Services last Wednesday Jr'~via21c~fiPP~ek~toe2spSat~rTdl~Yrs. at Mt Vernon and on Thursday -a in ...... " - , . . a v r~verett seeing me new evening at the Lutheran church sp~ing finery and the usual in Arlington . .." ............. crop of new spring gadgets. we are all glaa mat tvtr. ALIrt~a Mr .rid Mv g~ e l:?nhlnenn Howg ]s home again f om hel ~o,.,.m,.~,.i.~,~ u. ~=~ ~.~ w hospital in Seattle and that ....... vp .......... .~.u ........ . ,. .... [Sundqmst to Darrmgton Mon- proslmeIS ior a gractual Itlll re ~ n't been _ " day. Mr. Robinson has overy are gooa. feeling up to par but,the nature o - [of his complaint hasn t been de- Steelhead Punch [tehminedcl Mrs M W Sudds of Cards Due In Soon I ran te Falls were gu;s of Mr and Mrs. Estle Sundquist Sun- Seattle, Mar. 24--March 31~t day. They took their daughter, Busy Bakers. 4 times fresher. Ideal for soups and appetizers. 2-Lb. Box TEMPEST MAINE, SERVE ON CRACKERS OR WAFFLES. SOFTASILK, EVERY CAKE IS A PARTY CAKE. 12-0z. Can 3-Oz. Can 44-0z. Pkg. ALBERS, FOR A NUTRITIOUS GET-GOING BREAKFAST. Toilet Soap. Pure, mild. Safe for all types of skin. Pint , Jar It's NEW/ TRULY YOURS ASSORTED. A VARIETY FOR ALL THE FAMILY. ~quipment to Monroe to the Ford,67th. Tack= R econ. oWg. Sqdn.,! I'ractor demonstration Saturday ~. r. tg.,u~y, ~are o.i ro.sirnaster,: Lunch Box, send 35e and jar collar for ft~rn0on i ban ~ranelsco, UalllOrnla. ~orea .......... Carnation Plants. Mrs. Roy Carlson with children is a pretty roughoPlace and. I rnl. Krista and Gret,~ and Mrs Dalelsure a iew lines irom ms irienos I ~ ~,~-,'-,-,~,e-~ --X%,m David" went[would be greatly appreciated bYl| Re~. to the Degree of Honor pre-school Bill. Size party at the Arne WangsmoI o home The room ~as decorated and Africa and showed a large with ~:aster egg ladies and gen-I "" t ........ "~ as tcoltection of very interesting eimen maae uy ~ars tgDert r~a ~ .... la ...... . . " " nims o~ ~ng na ~Wltzertana Each child was. given an egg to[w ..... ~ ~,~t', .... v h .... u{ take home mucn to tnelrct ! , " show his films from Africa. ~ignt. !" The Cisco Heights sewing elub, Mttaty cured, ready to met apt Mrs. Dale Steckelberg'sl serve. Simmer with cab- lb. PC hage. Wednesday They spent a pleas-~ ant day and planned a ham din-: u.s. "GOOD" or "CHOICE" 7-INCH CUT, ner for April 11th 6 to 9 at Ciscol IIeights hall. There were two BEEF RIB ROAST . . . . lb. 67c visitors from Everett, guests of hAR~E SIZE BREAD AND FRY. Mrs. O. A. Borgan. ' ShOw Starts 7-'1S Sat. mat OYSTERS :, cdOioEPint Miss Etta Lang visited from p.m. PACIFIC . 49c Everett Thursday. :l p.m. Sun. ConL from 5 p.m.BLADE CUT, VERY TENDER. U.S. "GOOD" =:,,:i;l[ BEEF POT ROAST . lb. 49c ,. s ,,cHoicE" or "PRIME SHOULDER " "HURRIC E SMITH" [[ LAMB SHOULDER . . . lb. 45c Starring I1 LIGHTWEIOHT, LEAN MEAT. DELICIOUS BARBECUED. YvoRne Ere Carlo- John IreIm~:lil PORK SPARERIBS . lb. 49c or y *or SUN.-MON. - - - MAR. 29-3~[I Sliced Bacon "DRUMS IN THE II Serve with bacon or I I First grade Hormel or smothered in ~ I I Ar- ~.~, DEEP SOUTH" [I onions ......... ~. I I mour's ...... L". VtJ~. Starring tl FRESH PORK STEAK .......... lb. Guy Madison& Barb~a P on[[ SHOULDER CUT, SERVE BREADED. ~[~. /I TUES..WED.. - FRESH GROUND BEEF , ....... lb. O45 MAR, 3I-APR, Ill MEAT LoA, AND HAMBU E S . /I "NEVER TRUST l| u S, "PRIME" OR "CHOICE." I~r~ LAMB SHOULDER STEAK ..... :lb. PARADE TOKEN WORTH 8c ON EACH PACKAGE p 6-Lb. Bag FR GREEN Famous Mo~pa ions and radishes Tender young spears ..... F*--~*~,,~ s~a'-"d" available, anu crlsp, cney're your Spring salad Serve creamed on N,.,w Po ntoe 0 ,000 Florida Red Bliss, Serve lb creamed with peas, ' /~-'~eld. FIRM, CRISP, TRIMMED CLEAN. NO WASTE ~i~Uisitio~ FRESH LETTUCE ............... HeaaS "~-~h~ive n COT TO FAMILY SiZE It" blo HUBBARD SQUASH .................. '~Tlt-aad tl ends the period of steelhead fmhing this year requiring the u~e of punch cards, and Wash- i~gton anglers are requested by the State Game Department t0 turn in their cards promptly of, ter that date. A deadline of May Victor Damaske received his ,,~_~ ^ .I ~aT~, t ea i ~VDO U~Utt ~r~''O 10 has been set for these returns transfer and is to return o S t-i t~o that tabulations may be made tle April 4th. Although he is im-i With George and Bert Bernard White or Wheat: The bread Assorted fl~v~r~chocolate, of steelhead harvests during the proving from his recent multiple ~-------~---- with the cake hke texture, vanilla or s~v~rry. past season. Fishery manage- injuries, he will not be able to re-THU.-FRI.-SAT .... APRIL 2-3-4 " lI/s'Lb. 6~A~ merit men are particularly anx- enter active service. __ with 10c counon at store Lo.~f ~,/.4g~L, to work on this years re- Mr. and Mrs. Claude Damaske,] "HITCH NOON" _. y -.. turns, in view of the unprece- Vietor Damaske and Sandra Par-[ ... . cusplay. Prices effectlve Frida and bIarrmg Y ~nted success of steelhead ang-]sons joined a group of Arlington] .~ .. Saturday March 20th and durin the ast few mo~ths {Free Methodist tor Chureh Loy-I t~ary t:ooper 9~st ~n .~-Pn"to" ' ~'~'~"~ g Po , "[alty Night, Monday in Everett at[ with T.homasMitchell, Lloyd 7.Oz. 67}t }~ ~o 'market" ~l~ange~'Uan~ SELL IT--If you hhve any artiele[ the new Rossell Revival meeting.[ Brmges, r~aty ourauo II Pk _. ~'I ~Ik, stock on hand. No sales to of furniture, not m use, try s[Mr. Rossell has traveled exten-[.~.__~~t=m.~,_.__]I "-- - dealers. Time21 classified ad. isively in the European eountries[~i;;;;;;;~ it~;;;;;;~ it;;~;;;~J~iiiil~ Lezlie (DeDe) home after a week- e' A GAMBLER 0 WASHINGTON GROWN KING P, LFRED end with the Sundqulsts. Estl s BROIL WITH FRENCH FRIES. FRESH DAFFODILS i brkenfactorilylegandiS nOthe healingmust beginSatis" Starring BEEF SIRLOIN S,TEAK ....... treatment three times a week Dane Clark and Cathy O'Donnell MRS., WRIGHT'S SNOW STAR , again. --Plus-- NALLEY'S Fresh Bread Ice Cream Cheezlts Distinctive cheese For those late snacks. 6-Oz.