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iI: AOE TWO TIIE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, " = W. SHIN GTON, THURS., APRIL 16, 1953. mes for Homeless f staying in Seattle with some of'l ! | D DXTA x TrP her family, is now back to her J~nr 7"ATz-,rr, z~T .... J "'~ ! t'~. ! [I Dlb g2"lZ¥1 place to live. II z~II-~IJILVLrlL)LV 1-11"~. [ :ll S ann lalrls /1 Alice Thomsen Roeeption Planned t[ Norita Tveit Phone 2~a~a I ..... ~l Phone 250W3 April 24 the regular Grange I I rl~ster homes are neeaeu ira- lf~ * r~ meeting will not be held as the[ Mr. and Mrs Pete Welle from ,,~tnediately and urgently by theI upenlng L~ance dingrecephon of Ann Ro.gne and[Port Orchard were visiting at "~aohomish Co,,ntv Welfare De- Bi ° d hall is to be used for the wed-IPaulsbo and E'nid Lilloren from :partment for children ranging in] g a~U tess yon taoizman, rne weaning wmlthe Olive Lilloren home on Sun- from infancy to sixteen.{ ~- ._ . be at the 1st Methodist ~ChurcM day. , ~e are already receiving ex-! ao say the opening , ~ra2dhrngt°~' t2:ir 8adi~ieo Alll A family reunion, in honor of ~eellent care in ifistitutions butlthe new Grange hall w. ~lthey need the more individual cess is putting it milc . .~, .......... , .... ~,lHarold Norman was held at the mvltec! to oom me weamng ana]Julius Norman home on Sunda" .~ltt~ntion and affection that only hall was jammed. I the reception Shirley'sMusieIRelativestotalin f rt - "" y: ~mts can give; others are in many complimentary c . " g o y nmiea ::foster homes where because of about the new hall---we] M:ke~ Wolll play for the dance from Seattle, Everett, and Bel- .'~e change in their own situa- ly has been a worthwhi • " I lingham. Mr Nels Rogue left Tuesdayl Joe Tveit n ....... ". • a u uaugnter Margle :.]magerVCi°n thekeepfOSterthem.parentSA~ain,Can forn°]awaypers°nthose coUldGrangershaVewor., ~n:~manges f~orr B~lali~gham' where I attended the Daffodil Parade in :maIW of the children living in a and women too, all d . a weonesuaY]sumner on Saturday They ~oster home will mean a first back to the hall by 7:3 mormng. ]claimed it was rather wet but =.~-,paration from their own par- the evening and wor~ Miss Gw.en Trestrail of Seattle]worth seeing nevertheless. ~tmts. Some of these youngsters]10:30 or 11 every n ~grC(~pa~ed cAnOn Rogue home If you think this column is .}~have had good experiences which'weeks. This eorrespon¢ " • 1rather dead, just,read the next "will make it easier for them to not able to help any on the job . Mrs. Cha,r.!es Haddenham and paragraph and I m sure you 11 :tit into a foster home, others but can surely appreciate what her tour cmmren were guests ot change your mind: This contri- i]have not had such kind expe- the others have done. The paint- Mrs. Howard Heaven Tuesday• bution is by Kathryn Norman. 'viences and will need a great ing and decorating are wonder- Mr..and Mrs. Clarence J.ack A misplaced Arkansas tornado deal more understanding, pa- ful, and the kitchen---well it just ann tAnaa and Sume Albnght struck early Thursday morning • ~'tienee and love to help them feel can't be beat, built-in cupboards, were weeK-ena guests at the at the home of Kathryn Norman, 'that they are really wMited, work tables and sinks• Jonn Thomsen home. • not a "Come as you are" party, ~l-,ese foster children are not Some of our best helpers have Lee McKernan's dad, Dan Me- but a "We come for breakfast" • reliable for adoption and th~ only been in the Grange a short Kernan, and wife from Spokane, party. Like a streak of lightning, )length of their stay in the foster time, and some are the older were here for the week-end• fifteen ladies marched in and ?]home may vary from a few ones who have belonged many Mrs. James Hogan of Lake took over--where do I plug in ~nonths to several years, deRend- years, but all have worked to-BunCh" was up Saturday to see the. toaster,, is the coffee too ;ing on permanent plans that can gether so congenially, her father, Jack King, who is still strong, now many egg.s shallwe tl)e made for them • They hope to have the old hall quite ill zry--were some questions asKea before the wonderful breakfast Fo~uer parents who have cared completely removed by the end Mrs. Bertha Gilbert, although was ready. Una Carlson had on 'for ~ child know that their work of the week so as to get the still at the hospital, is improv- one bf her shoes and another brings rich reward. If you are ground leveled and graveled for ing. parking, that looked like it belonged to Harry. Marie Taylor had her hair ÷interbred in taking a child or ,elrildren into your home, please "write Snohomish County Welfare Department, 1802 Hewitt Avenue, /]K-~erett, or telephone BA 5171 ,and an interview will be ar- .ranged. In Arlington - Phone 1344 KILLOUGH CLEANERS for WATERPROOFING "Mrs. Fred Osburg, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Craik and daughter Gwennie from Port Coquitlam, B.C., Mr. and Mrs. Ed Backman of Anacortes, and Mr. and Mrs. John Kronholm and family were Sunday visitors at the Lloyd Ho- vik home. Mrs. Taylor, who has been SURE When you halve our policy of TITLE INSURANCE On your home or other land, you can be sure: 1. That the records have been examined carefully. 2. That you are insured against loss up to the full amount of the policy if your title is ever attacked. 3. That we are financially able to pay any loss covered by the policy. Insist upon title protection by us. Sn0homish County Title Company ARTHUR A. ANDERSON, Manager 2915 Wetmore Ave. Everett, Washington Telephone Cedar 2164 AGENT WASHINGTON TITLE INSURANCE CO. There are quite a few cases of mumps in this district at present. Mrs. G. L. Howell of Seattle was a Sunday visitor at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Os- car Williams. John Hafterson returned to his school work Sunday after spend- ing his Easter vacation at home. John is a junior at Washington State College. The Ground Observer Corps Unit met at the Brendemuhl home Wednesday, April 8, at 8 p.m. to re-organize and receive instructions from Sgt. Blackwood of the Air Force Filter Center in Seattle. Mrs. Brsse, Civil Defense Coordinator from~ Everett, also was a guest. There were 1O pres- ent. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hadden- ham and daughter Sharon of Se- attle and Dorothy and Buddy Bowles were guests of the Bren- demuhls Saturday night and Sunday. Edna Brendemuhl was pleas- antly surprised Monday morning when she received a call from her husband, who was at Juneau, Alaska. He was to leave Juneau in half an hour to fly to Anchor- age and by night time was to be at Kotzabue, which is north of Nome. The Okiciyanawe Camp Fire group and the Night Owl Blue- bird group will participate in the Grand Council Fire at the High School April 23rd at 8 p.m. They will meet after school April 23rd at the high school for practice. O JIM CREEK H. D. TO MEET THURSDAY The Jim Creek Home Demon- stration Club will meet Thurs- day, April 23rd, at the home of Mrs. Charles Amy. Project leaders will be Mrs. Charles Amy and Mrs. Harold Miller. Potluck lunch will be i~erved at 12 o'clock. tied up with what looked like James' Necktie. Grandma Hart- Icy had on what looked like the top of her pajamas under her sweater and Etta Hartley dressed so fast she wore Lloyd's white shirt. Goodness, I wonder if he by chance went to, work in her white nylon blouse. Eva Sum- mers had on Bill's new trifocal glasses. Couldn't" see so good, huh Eva? Mac Richardson had on one nylon stocking and one wool sock. Helen Starr had on her husband's carpenter apron while Mary Best had on one earring. Virginia. Rathbun had her dress on back-side front and Thorn Norman had a skirt on Canada, with dinner on Sunday. "[[ Joki were Mr .and A,White.headed robin has b~en I/I['~rP['312)TA [! Sand and Mr and Mrs.i making regular ap/~earanees at vzx..,.t ~..].~zz~. im .... ~, .. • ~ an, all OI J~verett the Carl Mattson home lately. Mrs. Lynn Damelson, 1[ . . . " Misses Mary Ellen Ayars and correspondent. 1[ ~vir. and Mrs. anare Norita Tveit attended a bridal Mr. and Mrs. Harry HansenlOf Boe were Sunday ArliSh°wer for~.Miss Doris Davis in and familv~ s entu Fn'dav~ evenineIcallerso, at the Erlin~ ngton ~vionday evening, in Everett, the occasion being]home. Mr .and Mrs. Ivor Johnson and Mr. Hansen's mother's b~rthday.[ Sunday dinner gue$ Mrs. Olga Kvist of Monroe were Virginia remained in EverettlBovd Parrish home-wet dinner guests at the Lilloren over the week.end to attend the ,, 7o_ .... d homestead last week. Luther League ConVention. ~v~ro. tJoroon taammon The district 4-H Rally held Mr' and Mrs Chancey Beigle"°f Cedarhome. last Wednesday evening includ- and son George of Everett spent Mr. and Mrs. Lynn ed guests totaling 225. 4-H clubs Sunday with the Oscar Scheis. and daughter Doris an~ irom t)arrington, Oso, Granite The Highland Garden Club ickson motored to Evel Falls and Arlington were well mot nt tho~'Picrart hr~rna Waclnoe day and were guests 0 represented with members and day afiernoo~l~'an(l~"were'-l£usy Mrs. Dan Fields. edtnelr parents, tVtlxer, games start- with~ ....o,~rs-,,,~.e. .... "~ akinb, = a plant Mrs. Erickson. , Mrs. ~. off the .e.vcmng followed by sale, and landscaping a home and Doris visited w ~! m.e_a.-ri mmauon.and Candle- besides the usual business meet- Sundberg of Warm ~ea tAgntlng eeremomes. ~elresn-lint~ afternoon ments were served and then * ~; ........ ' ..... ~_ .~ -r-,,- ,~o,,0; ....... ;~. ^., rl Tnursoay guests at me rlgort ~ ^ ~aoDeeal~"t~os~--re~~'~J-~-~;'-~lh°me were Mrs. Ware of East ARLINGTON PTG.;.t~ v v co~,,t ,.,,.,m t.~ 'BB " 1~ ............. I Stanwood and Mrs Lynn and Rt ER S c.ummumty nau as an en3oyame two sons of Seattle)~ ---- "~ tsTM;[:d~?git~gi} I !IKIII I[! !l ence Swanson home last week. ]urday to Wednesday on a trip ll|~,M~=,&l~ I'*'*| ~w" Baskets and their backboards to Portland, Ore., where they ......... s~ have been placed, one at each lwere Easter guests of Mrs. |][F|]k]|~rl~{~ end of the tennis court, for com- Kuhnhausen s roster and other $~' ll~l~.~ munity use. Another added rec. relatives• Phon" =,tq reation for the community which Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. ~ ~'" is well appreciated. The social meeIing of the Com- munity Club wilY-be held Satur- day night with the entertain- ment being provided by fhe 4-H girls. Your news correspondent has recently heard of the theft of a load of wood from our Commun ity Hall. The club members are offering their services to that individual to obtain wood if he needs it so badly in the future! Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Holland and family of Marysville were visitors at the Art Tveit home Tuesday 'evening. YOU NEED A NEW In every State of the 48... than any other make! with pockets in the back, or were they patches? Ethel Buck-ii|ll~llt.~ ley came with one curler dang-[W~_~Hl-~| ling in the back and Lilly Mac ~nl~ll.lU Donald actually had on a dress--I seems to me she had on her[ house coat at. the last eoup!e of J--We solicit your business surprise parries. ~orma t:nris-| ....... man had on house slippers about[W~I1 a very special sraae- 5 times too big and Ellen Lath-]in ^~ ..... ~l I UW~blIUI# rop wore one red shoe and one . gray shoe. Katherine Dirks was as pretty as a picture. Now if she ~See us today. had someone else's clothes on, that would be news. It was fhn HENRY MURRAY but you ladies better get your dishes done and beds made as you never know "who" will be next. 'Cuse me ladies while I go and put my clods on! Cute huh? Well, back to news. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Holland of Pullman were home for spring vacation• Verhon Lilloren is reported to be improving steadily. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Freyd en- tertained Rev. Delgatie and fam- ily and Mrs. Mille of Manitoba, In Arlington - Phone 1344 KILLOUGH CLEANERS for EXPERT CLEANING Your Arlington Washer Headquarters and share your FAVORITE .:,- Let others in on your picture-taking Put a fun . . . just bring in your best nega- In tives and we'll make as many prints 6 for', as you need. Prompt, expert service on - - every order. 18 for ENLARGEMENT SPECIAL In Leatherette Frame 5x7 'C 3 for We have a camera for every purse. Select your era now and be ready for Picture Weather Ahead Arlington, Wash. To our many friends in the Arlington district: it certainly is pleasure to announce the formal opening of our fine new D£ MOUTH dealership serving all of Snohomish County and to sincerely you to visit us, Friday, Saturday or Sunday, April 17, 18 and 19. display a beautiful selection of New Dodge cars and trucks and have the fittings of an Open House. But mainly, we want to renew or make acquaintance. 4ffiVROLIE~ We will always feature dependability, for as Snohomish Pioneers, We pledge to you, our reputation for dependability in all our ings and of service to' our customers p urchasing our products. If you been think of a New Car or Truck, re member, we have made a big tion In all prices and have the product with the finest reputation for pendable, long life and economy in service. O O O No matter the size or type of truck you need-what better proof could there be that a Chevrolet truck is your best buy! lIOEII CHEVROLET TRUCKS IN USJI THAN ANY OTHER MAKil Recently published official registration figures for the last full year show that truck users in every single State bought mor Chevrolets than any other maker It is difficult to imagine more convincing proof of Chevrolet's superiority, for such clear-cut and overwhelming preference can lead to but one conclusion: Chevrolet trucks must be better, must enjoy solid advantages over other trucks. Such preference must rest on a firm foun- dation of good, sound value. And, of course, it does--as owners of Chevrolet trucks can testify. So before you buy any truck, see how much more Chevrolet trucks offer you. Stop in and see us soon. Continuation of standard equipment and trim illustrated i~ depend- era on availability o/material. ! HEWITT AT RUCKER GRAND EVERETT BA. PHONE871-ARLINGTON, WASH. ORCHIDS REFRESHMENTS GIFT