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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASttINGTON, THURS., APRIL 9, 1953. PAGE FIVE Miss Dorothy Ann Watkins of , t uc ,e m -- , Seattle spent Easter with her] OSO ]i[ SHOPPING ] jl~l~i(~l- CL'Ul3s" ..... [ parents Mr and Mrs Bill Tat- _. .~;' " .=.'.. ~l[ Mrs Nellie Geor,,e, ]~l ............ [ The Degree of Honor Junior VICTORIA ] Klns bne came up v rmay ann " WITH GOLDSBERRY " M ' ,,,~*" ~,,~,,~,~. ~/r,o w..t., .... I~ corresDordent. [II [ Clubs will meet as fot]ows dur- rs. Lynn Dan,olson, | "~'~.- W'.~s;~";;%.....Y ......... I' ...... i There's somethin~ about a ing the coming week Members, correspondent [ Anne Meugniot mother lvirs ~ ri wlmams was Elmer l)avis Jr ox Arlington ~" 1 " ' - ^. :~ ~.~Y~ o-o,:.-,~_ .~._ ,.^,, I_ ~ .... ' "'. ..... Igreenback lust arouses my cur- P ease note changes. Ronme and. Virginia Hansen Phone 152J1 {taisu UlJ ~lvlli ovctttlCd iut tJlv HoIx- tiei nts visi[eo on tvlonaay With .... .~... c~. ..... ~.. I. .... ~.^ ,~-.~ I. g ........ [mslty. Take for instance the dol. On Mondav April 13, the first ;pent from Saturday evening to ua3a. oJlc ~aiiic to ~lcax uxv ~ali- his granaparents, l\lr anti wry. 1 " " il Mrs i a a ' " ' " " " W .... = .... "~-~-~-" '-* I- --~ " [ arb 1 Ha d 1 t June s and second graders will meet m e inesdaym Everett vmttmg Home Demon-I The AA.U.W. meets this Thurs. v elrdwMins i~ will meet Thurs-[day night, April 9, with Miss ~ .... "[ ' . " '1 P " " " P ~ ~Ullan and family of Beauval- ic~, o~ra~ th~eh3~eo~!June Hergert and Miss Joan Ing- and Mrs. uscar . a onnson. Area[and her family. ~was to advertise dollar days to make to this group. The mere- ~on AIb Canacia present washer s~ster ann ~am:l Mrs Jim Martin (Iris Jenner) I',hich were Friday and Saturday. bers who are 13 and 14 years of[ -~,~ ~'~, ; ..... " ~o--, ~'--~ ~ICi arland Mrs Fran-tram 210 "French St. Mrs. Grewe," an~ " ,:de ............ e~ ...... . ......... lay, ~wr. ana nars. vance i,~ey ~and her three children of Bel-[There were some good buys too age are asked to meet tn ~bo[~. c.,~,,, a* ".~ ~..~::~* ~^~e .... children of Belhngnam, ann ~w [lingham came to spend their[as there are each Friday and Sat-]same hall in the evening at 6:45:'~(so ~ath'cring there were the of Everett the county[and Mrs. Mathews will report on " " rs -~,""* . ....... ~ ........... A Pearson Miss Violet Pearson,[ " ] co "t and those 15 a d 1 onstration' agent willIthe state convention. ] , Easter vacatmn w~th Ins parents urday. But.about unterfm i n 6 years old ~,~~ ~,~,~ 7,~ W~,,,h~,~,, Cn~ ' [Mr and Mrs. Fred J. Jenner. The~bills, should you become sus, will meet at 8.00, under the su-,S~na~-temos of Stanwood and Mr afternoon's demon- . ---------- [and Mr. Gene tIuddleson. "~" ...................... Degree of l-ionor I Sgt. Tom Slayton. of the Air[chi'ldren[ were ['dined by theirlpicious.of a green, back any size, pervision, of Mrs. Irene Vognild. ~,~a:, M~ ........ ~io~:~w- ~,~t~ ...y~,a .......... a~ c~rna,,~ Executive Club ~ ~ [Force has lust left for Alexan- Seattle cousins, Catherine and/use a httle trxck the experts use.]There will be a treat for all l~|and ~ey Heads [ The Degree of Honor Executiveldria, La., after spending a 30- Mar aret Jenner, who came on .lust fold the vertical ends to- members. There will be no meet-'~--;,'"~-~m~v dinn,~r was en~nved day furlough with his parents sunga with Mr and Mrs C gether and crease it on the fold ling of the 3rd through 7th grad-i.,'~Cff'~\~ g.~,~u h,~,-~ ~,~,~*n , Club [Club met Thursday night, April] ' , Y " " "" ' " " er ,,~ t, ..... ~ -~-~.v .............. }I Business and Pro. J2, w[tti Mrs. Harley Robb. The[Mr. and. Mrs W. H. Slayton. He Vvasson. The g~rls stayed unUl W~th genuine. U. S. Currency the s on Monday. Ith .qohoi.~ gathered t_o _n~ ~ov Women's club has[two main items of business taken! was m Korea a year Thursday, when they accompan- fold will go through one of the A special meeting of all groups l~n~tor .qundav ' " " .'I following officers for[UP were a dmcussmn of t e ~ lied Mrs. Martin and her children[eyes of the portrmt Always. Yes. will be held on the followin~].~ ..... 7," Becktell to anent to Seattle to spend the balance Of course there are many other Thursday April 16 when all "p~L ; ear" Mrs Pe Gaf]loage s memDersnip campaign: [ [ . . ! ........ POST' SHOWER , Y . . g - ~ldent. Mrs Eva Toom-land plans for the annual respect-, Yeoman Third Class Alvin~of the vacation. I tests too..comphcated to bother lgroups will meet immediatelY lFOR MRS. GUNDERSON ' " " " I ~esident- Mrs Laura lmn meeting to be held Thursday Becktell, the son of Mr. and Mrs.[It,s Cold ]with for ~neorm~ perma mos~ Otiafter school in the A.O.U.W. hallI M~nday evening, March 30, at ~ordin~ secr*'etarv" Mrs Inight, April 16. Mrs. Esther L. R. Becktell, is to be sent back] Leslie Jenner, who is in the far .us nola [na~ green, stunt. ~peaK- when State Director Esther Mor-ithe Clarence Hansen home~ Mrs. ~rnell ~" ,,nr~,~n~ndin~lMorgan the state director, will to the Orient from San Diegonorth has written that during m.g.o~ greenery, ~.a you notice gan will be present and intro- Hansen and Mrs. Howard Koske- and Miss Judy Back-be present at that t~me. Mrs. soon His sister, Ernestine, left;the day the temperature goes up aH tnose p~.ant semngs at June s dued to the members. The la were hostesses for a clever :~surer. A twenty-five Robb served a yellow and white Sunday by train to spend a va- to 6 deg. below zero, but of[~rcery. [o get [nose prim- groups will meet as follows: 1st "parcel post" nursery shower for ~)larship was voted to dessert to the seventeen mem. cation with them in San Diego course drops far down during[rses,,e~c'' m you Know. The sunand 2nd graders at 2:30; 3rd Mrs. Ralph Gunderson of Hono- ecl to a deserving high bers present. Each one received and then to accompany his wife the night. That surely calls for[m reauy warming up [ne earm through the Teenage clubsat l lulu, Hawaii. ~duate during grandu- a miniature Easter basket as a and daughter Jeffrey Lee on the long handles. ~wamng all ~ne nttle growmg l3:30" i As the guests arrived each one n mmgs rno t m no~ growing ~l ']~ It is to be used f r favor The table was centered long drive back to Arl'ngto .Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Daniel are]~ ....... ' The Pre-school and Kindergar- greeted Dorothy and ~undy on a ~ 0 . odeS a pre~w gods Joo at waking " m" w t e education. A lovely w~th an Easter egg tree Mrs. Pete Fingarson also is leav- the owners of a brand new Ford.[ ten groups, under the direction of tape recorder. Coot as h Mrs. Martha Naas, will meet onl presented Mrs. Verle [ diversion of the evening with ~a gift from the club Thursday, April 16th, in the Mrs. Fred Morris winning high of colored slides de- scenes in Alaska by Mrs. Edna Brende- and were very She showed also a of souvenirs from the Mrs. Edith Wisdom Snyder were the esses were Mrs. Laura Snyder, ter, Lexie Leona. Mrs. Hugo Lindbloom, and Mrs. Mrs. Malissa Beigle spent the Mr. and Mrs. John Slack and perfect and much more reason- "--------- Ray Farrell. week-end with her son and children were guests of Mrs. able than drapes Apple-green )dist Women's Soci- -------- daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Slack's people at I~#milton on for an east window and pale yel- low for a west. Penneys in Ar- lstian Service will Sewing Club Meets Leo Belgie, in Everett. Addition- Sunday ' lington have them. church parlor Wed- The Loyal Heights Sewing al guests on E, aster Sunday were Eldon, the twin son ~ Mr. and Pril 15. Mrs. Earl Mc- Club met at the club house Mr. and Mrs. Lobe from Seattle Mrs. Gene Simmon, has been Next week? , and Mrs. A. O. Quall Thursday afternoon, April 2, with and Mr. Percy Beigle. suffering with pneumonia but is _ o ~atholic Church tae hostesses. Vergie Norby and Agness Mol- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bergam better at this writing. ? th r ame H Dea of the Hettie Lowe!stad as hostesses. They talked ~pent Saturday with t h e i r Mr. and Mrs. Clif Denman ofi a e J s . dy, pastor ~unaay masses: been busy with prep-!about installing water in the :laughter Helen in Tacoma, and White Horse spent Monday at ........ the spring luncheon club house and discussed plans on Easter all joined another the George home and that night ..Ar.nng[n.~--7 v a~m. on ~rm. they-- had a~"- overni~htg visitors~ m~rfl anu ilion ~unuays, xx a.m. at the Congregation- for a dinner to be held for mem- daughter and her family, the their two grandsons, Maurice onsecondand fourth Sundays, tturday, bers and their friends later on. Thomas Bradys, for the day. and Douglas Giebel of Trafton. ~anwoou-L-v a.m on second w~,, ~on Bau~,u"~ "-mil-" ofl'an~ iourm ~unoays, -x a.m. on .... hrst third and fifth Sundays Naches and the Buster SchwabI ' -- At (Formerly Arlington Cash Feed Store). Brfng this Coupon and your own ontainer to our store our FOURTEENTH ANNUAL FREE CHICK DAY And Receive 10 Leghorn Cockerels FREE! Additional Cockerels 5c Each ................................................................................................................................. .L.= ............. (Limit--One Coupon to Each Family) a tnle Is See us for your ChiCk Feeds and Equip- ment. We can supply everything you need. family spent Easter with their in Snohomish last Thursday 'father Mr DeWitt Schwab S " ~ ~ e- ~---~ ...... ~o~*~'~ , f I h ~ s ~,*~, ................ Mr and Mrs Albert Satrum o Th .. [ ursday evening and Friday Norman visited Mrs Sally Pem wl h r [ "'th e sister Bonnie in Everett. berton on Monday. ~. I Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Stephen- Mr and Mrs Glen Merritt andIs h ~ v " . ~. . on ad as ouests on Saturda, ~on Allen. came up tram ~regonlMrs" Stephenson's brother and ~o see ~len s s[ep~atner, e ranK~familv of S~aside Ore Bailey, who is still very ill atI Mrf and Mrs.' Bill" Slumen the Arlington Hospitall~ Glen's sister Rosie is here a/g0. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Knights and boys, also Mr. and Mrs. Wal- lace Hell and children, Mr. and Mrs. Elan Holm and children of Darrington spent Easter Sunday with their parents, ME. and Mrs. L. B. Knights Mrs. Melvin Morten~n visited[ her mot~,I ---M~l~almer Johnson of Ar-I lington visited her:~ daughter, I Mrs. Robert Tanis, arid family of! R. 1, Everett, over the week-end Joining Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Lowe and Don for Easter Sunday church Services and' a family dinner afterwards were Mr. and Mrs. Carl LaTe, Margaret and Ruthann from Seattle and Mrs. Ruth Packard and Jack from Everett Mrs. Anna Thomas of Everett was a luncheon guest of the Lowes on Monday. , Mr .and Mrs. Theo. Brounty had Easter dinner at Warm Beach with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Roseovious. Easter guests of the Norm Hol- lenbaughs were Mr. Hollen- baugh's mother, Mrs. Blanche Hollenbatlgh of Stanwood, and his brother's family, Mr. and, Mrs. John Hollenbaugh and daughter Sandy of Sumas. Mrs. L. A. Wheeler had as din- ner guests on Easter Sunday Mrs. J. B. Riley of Everett, Mrs. Helen Riley Wick of Kirkland, Mr. and Mrs. James Wick of Red- ~Beverly) and their two little daughters of Everett spent the Easter week-end with Beverly's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dan- iel. GREAT VALUES! GR T SELECTIONS! DON'T MISS A.O.U.W. hall at one thirty, in- stead of on the following Satur- day. Mothers, please note Mrs. Naas will have a treat for her members at this meeting. o TEENAGE CLUB ENJOYS TRIP TO SKATELAND Over 60 members of the De- gree of Honor Teenage Club and several of their friends enjoyed the evening of Friday, March 27, skating at Skateland in Everett. A bus was charted from Arling- ton and several cars transported the youngsters to and from Ever- ett. Mrs. Edith Roal, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Steckelberg and Mrs. Irene Vognild were the chaperoons. A treat of candy was given to each member and his guest. prize and Mrs. Harry Yost won the door prize. The gifts were passed around by Mrs. Grace Gunderson, and each one wrapped her own gift. An Easter theme was carried out and lunch was served to the following: Mrs. E. Elefson, Mrs. Fred Morris, Mrs. Harry Yost, Mrs. Grace Gunderson, Mrs. Wal- lace Wheeler, Mrs. Basil Davis, Mrs. Bud Peterson, Mrs. Richard Lindberg, Mrs. Phil'Bjorn. Mrs. Ray McClure, Mrs. Paul Wangs- mo, Mrs. Bill Palo, Mrs. Merrill Peterson, Mrs. Murino Skilling- stad, Mrs. Porter Peterson, and the hostesses. Sending gifts were Mrs. Van Namee, Mrs. Bill Simp- son, Mrs. Elden Hansen and Mrs. Mack Smith, Jr. IT'S GOOD NEWS! Then the eleven disciples went away into Galilee, into a mountain where Jesus had appointed them. And Jesus came and spake unto them, saying, All power is given unto me in heaven and in earth. Go ye therefore, and teach all na- tions, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost: Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and, lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the world. Amen. Matt. 28:16, 18-20 IT... IT'S SATURDAY REAT!!! APRIL 11 mond, and Mr. A. D; Brokaw. I Mr. and Mrs. Mose Waterman[ took Mrs. Linnie Pierson, Mrs.[ Edna Verd and Mrs. Elizabeth[ Haddenham to Snohomish Satur-[ real start-to-finish feed for chicks, pullets and hens. day, where they attended district[ meetings of Independent Or-[ ) scratch or extras of any kind needed. Just fill the tier of Odd Fellows Mrs. Betty[ hoppers with Trip-L-Duty. A fine feed for meat birds, Booker, Mrs. Anna Robins andI Mrs. Anna Jenny went in Mrs.[ too. know it will *bring results that will please you. Booker's car. The last named is a district officer. [ ~ ~ ~~ ~ Old friends were pleased to see[ EGG PRICES NOW 31% OVER 1952 Mrs. C. B. Ames in town Sunday], attending the Easter service at[ the Congregational church. Also in attendan ce were the formerI also have Hampshires, Parmenters, Barre.d Rock Cross, Turkeys andresidents. Mr. and Mrs. Drake of Concrete. a Terrific Value: THREE-WEEKS-OLD HAMPSHIRES A BIG MONEY-SAVING COMBINATION 25 Straight run, Hmnp. Cl~lcks I Infra-Red Brooder, with globe 1 Star Water Fount Base 2 Cardboard Chick Feeders 25 Lbs. Trip-L.Duty Mash All for Only SEED, Fertilizer and 'Peat Moss--Hand and Power Mowers, Lawn Sweepers-- Simplicity G a r d e n Tractor. (Formerly Arlington Cash Feed Store) PER HUNDRED POULTRY AND DAIRY SUPPLIES --. SEED -- ALBERS F~EED Washington Telephone 491 Easter guests of Mr. and Mrs. A1 Bundt were their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Valenta and three children of Kirkland. The Arthur Rochons enter- tained at dinner on Easter Mr. and Mrs. Art Thompson, Marjie and Carolyn, Mr. and Mrs. Chet Thompsor~ and children, and Mr. and Mrs: O. J. Reinseth and daughter Lorraine of Mount Ver-, nMr.on. and Mrs. Phillip Bjorn, Su- san and Timmy, had Easter din- ner with Mr. and Mrs.. Hugh Ses- I soms. Later in the day they vis-] ited Mr. Bjorn's~ mo~her, Mrs. Henrietta Bjorn, at Lakewood. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bluemke spent Easter Sunday in Seattle with their niece and nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Henry De Ganton. Mr. and Mrs. Don Britsch and family spent the d~Easter at Warm Beach with t~I~. Britsch's parents, Mr. and Mrs.,, Stanton Britsch. They attended church and had an EaSter egg' hunt for the children. Mr. and Mrs. James Callas spent the week-end in Seattle with Mrs. Callas' 'brother, Mr. Harold Alder, in his new apart- ment. They went over the new viaduct while there Mrs. Callas says the lights on the viaduct are beautiful at night. 6 EACH: c~ps, saucerl, 6V4e bread-and-butters, 6" cere- als, 9~' plates. ON I EACH: vegetable bowl, large F~after, creamer, solar bowl and cover. IN: goldenrod and brown. grey and burgundy, cbat- treuse and ~men, nmlli com- blnation I SALE SATURDAY APRIL llth COMPLETE Phenomenal dinnerware value! The all-meal set with dishes made an ample adaptable size-so U CHmO you can use them for breakfast for 2 or Sunday ENCOU vumtm dinner for 6! The budget set that includes 4 On important serving pieees at this tiny price. . srr OF Sale Penney's "Encore" set in coupe shape. Ter. 8 Sat.. rific for gifts.