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PAGE SIX THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASItINGTON, THURS. APRIL 9, 1953. Mrs. Horace Enyeart, New Theatre ---iBruseth Talks Opens Friday ]On Flowers Opening night for Darring-I The Darrin~ton Garden Club toffs new theater will be Fridaylmet March 26[h, at the home of night," April, 10th. with the movie. ,,Mr" and Mrs. l~lels Bruseth with "Hangman s Knot, starringI,drs J. H 13oehmer as cohostess Randolph Scott, in Technicolo-~.lThere were seventeen present. The new theatre has elevated Mr. Bruseth gave a Very interest- seats and will seat about two]ing talk on flowers and shrubs. hundred people. The screen islThere was one visitor, Miss Edith 9x10 ft. Ttie present plans are to Bedal. Mrs. Richard Bowman show a movie pnce each night forI and Mrs. H. A. Sparks joined the two nights only. There will be aiclub at this meeting. Everyone show every nig'ht of the week ex-l enjoyed the beautiful grounds at eept Tuesday. Verner Hoglundtthe Bruseth home after the meet- and Elmer Wood are the owners[ing. The next meeting will be at and operators of the theater,]the home of Mrs. Roger Boyd having purchased the Darrington[with Mrs. Martin Olson as co- Recreation building from Harry!hostess, on Thursday, April 23rd Fitzgerald last November, and]at 1:30 p. m. have since operated the pool] room in one section of the build-[SwaUows Pin tng. The other section, vghichI Kenneth Gladsjo eight-year- was formerly, a restaurant, haS[old son of Mr. and'. Mrs. Harry been remodeled and made into a[Gladsjo seems to have had a theater. I very unpleasant vacation.. A [straight pin was removed from Easter Sunday dinner guests[ his throat Saturday in Arlington. at the home of Bill Clayton were Apparently Kenneth had swal- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ashe and]lowed the pin while he was daughters," Mr. and Mrs. JoeI asleep. He awoke early Wed- Stoney and daughter, Mr. and,nesday morning, screaming. He Mrs. Elmer Wood and children quieted down some for awhile. and.Cole Ensley all of Darring-[At about 11 a.m. he began to ton; Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Clayton[hemorrhage and Mrs. Gladsjo and friends Lois and Linda Lar-,and Mrs. J. C. Bryson took him men all of Tacoma, Mr. and Mrs.I to the Medical Clinic in Arling. Bert Hayter and three daughters]ton, He was examined and x- of DesMoines, Mr. and Mrs. Rob-lrayed. It was discovered that he eat Clayton and family of Seattle,[had cut a piece of one tonsil off Miss Connie Hem of Bellinghamland shredded his tongue and and Mr. John Sullivan of Seattle.Ithroat quite badly. However, --------- I the pin wa~ not located at this Clinic . [time and he was sent home un- The Well Baby Clinic will be[der very careful observation. On on Thursday, April 16th. [Saturday he was taken to .the --------- {clinic again and this time the llm~ Fzom Alaska I pin was found and removed. He Mr. Theodore Merle Boehmer[also had the misfortune of cut- arrived home last week from]tiny his ear a few days earlier, Ketehikan, Alaska. He came [ requiring several stitches. down on a business trip and isI --------- visiting his mother, Mrs. J. H.[ Saturday and Sunday visitors Boehmer, while here. Also uP]at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John for the week-end were Mr. and/Bates and family were Mrs. Dot- :Mrs. Nell Boehmer of Everett.[othy RaJfo and Kathy of Seattle. _ --------- ]Also visiting on Sunday were Po~er at Prairie I Mr and Mrs. L O Pollard and Approximately thirty homestsons where they were dinner will be connected. . to the. Public[ guests, Utility District electricpower[ ~vr~ ~,~,~ ~ c, ..... ~ ..... ~,,,a within the week All but abouttw'~.--" ~u'n~la~;"+-" .... J "~--':'"~ . " . e e b y ulnner guests at five or mx of the thirtyhomes[the home of Mr and Mrs Dar received electricty lastweek4roll Crawford and two daughters The power lines will go out on[ L~'la and Jerrie " the Sauk Prairie for the firstt J time, reaching as far as the Jack~ Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Cr_awford Sturgeon home |were ~unaay alnner guests at " ]the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde _ ~..., ~(~.+ ~,~,~ c-.~v,,~,~ Lewis and family The children baby was taken to the Everett enjoyea a.n ~aster egg nun o General hospital, Wednesday, ::he lawn m the afternoon. when it became quite lit. Monday and Tuesday visitors i/h- a~rl ~dl'r .t (' Rrv~on indiat the home of Mr. and Mrs. q~mi~'~v'~".~n't--l~'n~;~raTt~h~'i-,2"~;[Thomas Dean and son were Mr oT%; - r son's-'+mother- and Mrs. Charles Cornelius and m,,:~" o,~[-'of Mar~,sville an(i son Robert of Seattle. a'~"ee'~le"b'rated theJir wedding! Mr. aiad Mrs. Thomas Dean anniversary. Also there were Mr. spent the week-end at the home and Mrs. Jim Nations and three oi M,.. and Mrs. Ed Moskeland girls of Quinault, Washington, and family of Port Orchard. and Mrs. Gene Butler. , Week-end visitors at the home Spending Saturday night at of Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Faueett the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C.L were Mrs. Geraldine Palmer of Bryan and family was Miss Portland and Mr. and Mrs. Law- Sharon Nations of Quinault. rence Dore and two daughters of Lester Enyeart, son of Mr. and!Seattle" They were joined by Mr. Mrs. Horace Enyeart rel~urned to m~ hlrs. Jack Faucett and two the Coast Guard Base at Ala- children of Darrington for Easter meda, Calif., on Monday. ] Easter visitors at the home of; Mr. and Mrs. Vie Gilmour we,c Mr. and Mrs. Dale Stock of Se- attle. Word has been received that Johnnie Troutner i~ in tho ~rr~-, and is training at Fort Ord, Calif. q uunday etinne~'. The Baptist Young People had a wiener roast at the home of ,~:. and Mrs. Lloyd Hasenyager on April 1st. There were about twenty-eight attending. They ~;njoyed roasting the wieners in an outdoor bonfire. . On "Short" Long Distance Calls "Long" Long Distance Calls Whether you ate making a short "toll" call to the next town, or a truly "long distance" caU, you will save time by giving the operator the number, lust make a list of the out-of-town numbers you cult most frequently -- and keep it handy for easy reference. Doing this will help us to serve you best. Incidentally, you'll also speed your local service if you check the Directory first before asking "Information" for a number. gLEPiiOIK I]NPII| Funeral Services and Mrs. Dewey Loughnan and Darrington's first league game Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hansenil For Mrs. Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Dick Loughnan. of baseball will be played at and two daughters. [ 1/171-.llrpl~Y. b~uneral servzces were held for The Misses Engelsen have been Monroe Tuesday, April 7th. The Overnight guests at the hornet[ ,, ~,z, a.J Mrs. Alice Robinson on Friday at visiting with Mr. and " Mrs. next game will be With Sultan of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bates Sun-II Mrs. M. +,he Funeral Home in Sedro-Wool- Loughnan for the past ten days. here on Friday, April night were their grand-It corresponding. Icy. Mrs. Robinson passed away Mrs Roy Louehnan will enter- Mrs. Dale K~imm and Mrs. Syl- children Carl, Arliss and Marc rvT~ .n,~ Mrs Twillig+ h f - - o ~ ................ at her ome at the age o 76 tain the Brid~e Club at her via Hollingsworth made a bus- Bates of Halterman Spur. TheY]hn,,c,ht th,~ Roy Green years. She resided in .and near home on TuesdTty April 14th iness trip to Seattle Tuesday. also attended the Easter play at near *Sheome( erossi~ Darrington for about ten years. Mrs Dewe,* Lou-hnan rece'ived Mr. and Mrs. Calvin St. Louis the Baptist church. [plan to occupy the hoUS~ She leaves five stepchildren, who ..... a " ta.r ~*h~ s:.~,.],~ v. ^ and family are moving back to Wednesdav dinner guests at l~ ~,~,~ c:-*ns vacate, i . t "v tJJ'~t tllul+ ll~l ~atl~l,~ ~.v*l, :x, ~, o ~u,~ t ......... are well known in Darring on, ~,~h~,,. ,.~ ~ ....... ~[d w--h Vancouver, Wash,, Tuesday. Mr. the horn@of Mr and Mrs Sam[h,~,.~.~ =t ,,.o,~ tn rer~0 Mrs. John Lewi~ Sr., Mr. Walter pas'~ea"away on'Fr;a*a;:' H'awas St. Lou,s has been called back to Bates were Mrs. 'Theodore Lewis, [~aouse and"grounds ~~i~S~nn~o~r" ~rnaV;g t~ fa:m~ ninety years old. the raliroafl~. ..... z Mrs. _James Lo~sbury -andI The Roy Greens have - e ' r Mr ann tvlrs Leo bygltOWlC aaugnter ~ onne m s. dim hew ~ er" 13arrin~to,~ ~+~endin~, the funeral Easter b eakfast guests at the ~ ". .. ............ ' . . I purchased the prop ...... ..... ~ ..... home -'fMr ana ~rs xxr E anu iamlly spent ~aster at me anti mrs. cflarles Lewis. l..+.., w..u.. -a~-,inin- tl~ xvere Mr. and Mrs. Ulycle LEWIS, u . u ... . .. . . .... ~un rc.a auau s ~a,,~ c~.~ ~o~,~ Yr.o T,~,~ .... ~S Knowles and son Donald were home of Mr. andMrs. Paul Syg~- Visiting from Friday untillline It is understood ! ~;.*+'a~"g"Mrs*+~om*~ew]s: ...... Mrs. Alice Younken and son Eu-toff~cz in$~ili2g~ramer He lund Tuesday at the home of Mr. andiFelix Greens will leave .... gene of Bellingham and Miss _ ._ __. g _ Mrs. Harold York were Mr. and INorth Carolina. -- ,+^++..~ ~+ .... nave anomer son mls one maK- Mrs Laur-n Brown of Pullman P.T.A. Meeting ~etty ao otm~ey, in" thre- He arrived at th- ~-on - " _ ~ ..... :l Community Club l s ,- "~ "~'~ "Mrs l~rown WORKS in the SChOOl April 15 The Tawanka group of the,erol H,~o-it~ i- Ev,~r-et ot ~'4~ --. " ........ IBuys Bonds cia re ' a ter "* ,~o~ ..... ~ ...... ilorary wntie ner nusoana at- C01 The Parent Teachers Asso - Camp Fi Gtrls had n Eas In m A-ril 4th He wei-hed 8 ......... I The White Horse tion meeting has been postponed egg hunt at the home of M.r. andl~ounds ~ ounce and h~s been ~e2i~Sntn%ne~ua~S sCner~g" ~rS:IClub held its regular~i until Wednesday April 15th The Mrs Guy Lemmon, Thursday af-lnamed Carl Walter -- g ..... Y-- .-- t~ 'llast Wednesday at tl e i n s Ban a " e o " margaret ~om ann mrs marion ' u 13 g n er d nd a tumbling t rno n. [ Mrs Bob Evans Mrs Tro,~ Da ........ -: lrooms with the us ...... : " r~Kre ot Arnngton ann mr. ano group will entertain. There will The Teenage Club held anoth-lvis and Mrs. Dave Buchanan nn,~ -~i ...... ~ Wv,-,~" ]crowd. The hostesses sea ' 1 rs ........................... sda~ also be the election of off ce . er dance Friday night at the C~ty were hostesses at a stork shower ................ ]ner at noon were Me ,,~ . ----"-- Hall, their first in several weeks. ~l given for Mrs. ~ichard Danielson .. VlSiung zrom. weo nesaay untl~lcote' Cloer, Collins, ~ ~v~any Children They had a very good attend-of Tacoma, formerly of Darring-I-~atumay-m.ring. atme nome mlClark" The tables we~ Enjoy Eas~er Egq, Hunt .. ance and everyone had a goodtton. The shower was held in the ~r. ancl ~rs. ~ms.~rusetn were]fully decorated for t~ About two hunarea enimren up time. They presented Walterlbasement of the Methodist l ~r. ann mrs_ t-nit Ager an~[season, with bouquets through the age of eight years Morgan with a going away pres-[church on ~aturday, March 28th [aaughrer or. ~equim. batumaY[dils, Easter eggs ann , enjoyed the Easter Egg Hunt ent [Th~ ~vo,ln~ ~ ~n,~,t ~]~,,i~] afternoon vtsitors were Mr. ano lelse ~oes with Easter. which was given for them Sun-Mr. and Mrs. Milton McCaulleylgames and looking at the many] Yrs. Per Jacob M oe of vSieatt nelthe business meetmg, day at the school grounds. There and family were Sunday dinnerllovely gifts she received, after[t~sayg~ye ~emre~ea mg o [tided to buy two $~ were forty-five, dozen eggs COl- uests at the home of Mr and whioh n dolioicm~ lnnohonn nfla trip tO Norway. on ~unaay mr.]Hostesses at~nointed t0r o red and hidden. Prizes were given /~rs. Sam Barstow and family of cookies and'a'w-h-ippe(l" gei'atine and M~S~ivBrUSent~i~viS2nted:nr~e~ds]meeting Were Mesda~ ~or me numt)erea eggs. Tnere Granite Falls. Colleen Adams,[dessert was served. There were]..nut "[Forrister, raucett, ~ were two sections, one for the daughter of Mrs. McCaulley, eel-[approximately thivty-five guests]nng on. ]and Duval. re scnom cmmren ann me omer P " ' ebrated her thirteenth birthdavtn, th- ~hower The tables weret Friday evening Mrs. JacklBma gkmerlund for the school children. There. Sunday. -] ci~cor~ t-da e . botit in honor of the Forbes, Mrs. . Kate Tiland, Mrs.t ---iSer ousl-~I-Y 11 - wereabout fortYo2sX