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THE ARLINGTON TIMES. ARLINGTON. WASHINGTON, THURS., APRIL 16, 1953. PAGE FI\qg CRADLE SHOWER W_;_LL !~,__.,|_. |I| i On Tuesday evening, April 7, "" lrl~llt falllily nrrnx, r,.rr lit TERRIFIC$AVINe the home of Mrs. Hildor Eliason DUI'~IV l-Ill_J/_| ....... Return From Tour Ill was aecoratea with bouquets oI ...... Bv Ste]la Parsons 11 IN EVERY' white flowers f r the lvlr ann lvlrs C C wright an(1 " ,, nl mAn'rlllelJ'lrl [ Anne Meugmot yellow and o ~w "1 -~ " - ; .. . Let's have a good turno t at | ....... . . . ,. ..... t o uaugnters ~:ula lvlayano ,..~m,,.~t., oh,~ this ~i'ida.,[1 rnone pall erame snower ~or Mrs. r~arolo Lull Fay returned lastSatur "~'""~".... "f ...... f ~i~ ~ Hafner. day hight'from a 7,000-mile tour eTn~gnI~S2t taheei:~hn,cAcmk[I As the guests were seated which took them down the Pa- ~. .... m ,... ~^.,~7.'..s..~ ..~..~:~1| W " . . .L |l~::lrZ: WIll U~Y ~IE~.tlUII UI UIIIL~:I~ ORKSHOP BABYSHOWER efflc Coast as far as T]a Juana . . ~ii i!!i!i! iiii~ about thehvmg room each one ........... ' and a dl cussmn of the coming[| real library workshop Mrs. Fay Drain and Mrs. Maur. ........ o,~t~d n =ift ";'boo tho ~lex, east to tnelr ola norn e m year's nrogram Gladvs A]mli isl| at the Everett Public ice Pryor gave.a baby shower for "'~ ~'*': ........ _~: ~,- ....... "" ~'"~ Amoama, north througn ten- ~ ...... ._~,,o , .... ~,, ....,~lll '-~ - -- [ ........... c'ame oI swan Dln~o was nla-ea~-oo,~ ...n v,,..+ ............... +~,.~ ~,~ ~-~--,,,-- ~,-o ,,,~,,-,,= eunesaay. It was spun- Mrs. t:naries btrm Frmay eve- .~- ,- ~, ~.j ..= .... .?.: ...... '~'2~'~ ~" ..... in the abcence of Laura P}eston [1 the Washington State[nin~ at Mrs Drain's residence ior an nour. amng mgnway 6o. ~ . "] . u . ' ~ " " .... Hafner w r . . Mr. and Mrs. Tom Almh call. | ssocmtmn. During the[The house was beautifully dec- Mrs. narom as p e- They started on March 3, gomgled on the Gust Zaretzkes Satur. II raeetinu sessions werelorated in pink and whir'e; the sented a booklet with a four lineover to Port Angeles, thence d~v ~vo.ln= Mr ~,~ Uln,~ whol| to the "selection of chil-[gifts were-arranged in a pink verse that told her where to lo- following the Coast highway],'i:~:-~,:,'"~'~,~' ~.'~,--~,,~.~h'"' .~'(~,[| Ooks, library budgets, and white bassinet and a stork cute gifts that were placed about Mr. Wright says that the Red[called Sunday ,wenin~, the Zar [| trustees' responsibility|stood nearby. The guests includ-~he house. The booki.et was put woods of California impressedletzkeswere dehghted ~o see the]| .am.~i-ii:i~:~,ii!i;:::;:;:ii!ii !i iiiiiiiii~i Cary and to the comma- ed Miss Beverly Balls, Mrs. Bill to verse oy Mrs. WOmt ~ensen. him as tae granaest sight seen return of tiaeir friends from Cey- I ~, E~na Verd, A$Ifngton McKelvey Mrs. Ernest Anderson, After finding all the gifts Mrs. on the entire trip In'n" ('nn~dn whom thev had I ', attended, as did board,Mrs. Glenn Johnson, Mrs. Harry Hafner opened them and gave They visited the Carlsbad cav-ikn'own-i'n--Nort'la"~D"ako'ta~. Theyll :.!~:~{!!iiiiii!i!!iiii!i!ii!i!ii!!!i ii~:..i!~ii~i~ i Mrs. L. C. Palmer, Mrs. Strid, Jr., Mrs. Melvin Strid, Mrs. words of thanks to the guests-- erns in New Mexico and called were Mrs Lena Wehnke and son|| 'OSter andMrs.J. P.IE1 Roy Strid Mrs. Clayton Mrs. Viola Hollingswortl% Mrs. on a sister of Mr. Wriuht's atic-_,~d,~,~ ~'nd ho~ brothers tier-I! /Thompson, Mrs. Harry Bark , Gertrude Ruse, Mrs. Luther Sny- Huston, Tex., and two sisters attman and O~to Gust As Otto hadl| _ * * * , ]Mrs. George Tenbrink, Mrs. Gar- der, Mrs. Ruth Ward, Mrs. Lucille Texarcana, and a brother at Tus-lbeen a boyhood friend of Gust's I| |k.~ ~ ~iii~!ii~:ii!iiiii~ii~i!!~iii:i!ii~i!il}~i~iiii~':"!ii~ii BONNETS " |net Pryor, Mrs. Paul Wessen. Reed Mrs. Effie Atkins, Mrs. cumbia, Alabama. They spent athe stayed there and visited un-[| ~'htful nro~ram was en-]Mrs. Linden Brown, and Mrs Bob Bessie Giersch, Mrs. Pearlie week at Jasper Alabama vis'Itil Tuesday while Mrs Wehnkel| :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: the Lady Lions at their Kelly. Sending gifts but unable Robb Mrs Ruby Wheeler, Mrs. iting with relatives of Mrs recalled old times with Mrs | Right ~neeting. Each|to attend were Miss Patricia Cy- ~everly Crur~bau~h, Miss Crete Wright. " 'Phillin W-idmeyer They lefil| had made an Easter[ra, Miss Phyllis Smith, Miss Ar- Gray, Miss Beulah Griep, Mrs. Mr Wri=ht states that the coal Wedn'esda,, for "their ho~me atl| ~hieh she modeled be.|dell Amundsen, Mrs. Art Thump- Katherine Ber~an, Nlrs. Lewis mining, in'Alabama seems to be!Ceylon~ which is north of the',| ~rouD Prizes were awar-[son, Mrs Tom Moen, Mrs. Ken- Borgen,. Mrs. Otto Hafner, Mrs.] ~lnwin~ down d,,o to ti~'~ oonvor !l~n'h'otn~ * | ~rc~aa Ludwiekand. Lau-[~Ie;2 JHO2rnyOn~triMdrSM?:ryiS~rid~ ~v~rns?t H?Orets M~oSeGleadoS H~ilr3s, lSion of railways from coal burn-: Mr. and Mrs. John Amundson | ~:ii!iii!i~iiii:ii!i ~ ...... on. Mary rmwK wasl .. ".. "~ ._ g g , ",ing to diesel locomotives How-~,oined in a famil-~atherin= at,I i)~:ili~!ii~i}~iiiiiiii~gijL'~:~~:-'*'::i:'!!i~}~:~ etlairman for the even.|DaVis, and Mrs Victor Strld. Maude Barter Mrs Mary War-ever hestate~th~th,~aL-h~-'~ ....... ~' ~' - Mm~H I re * * * r~ i , ..... :~ ..... . ...... 'r~vere~ weunesaay evening to ,~freshmentswerelnac-[ ........... ell._Mss Mary G allaugher and[Power Co. generates its power bY[holn celebrate their ~randson's]! ;m IF I ,me theme of the even-| r~onme A~mn, me son o~ Mr. the nostess, Mrs. ~Jeanora ~da- steam and has enormous coal v .... - ..... " ;4 "~ar Im ~!iiiiii~i!i!ii:iiiiiiil}iiiiiiiiiii!i!~ii~!!ii~iii! ~~~ g a hat sha ed servin land Mrs Ed Almli celebrated son and Violet Jensen I ....... imur mrmoay, young tmsey ~ -~ - P g , , consumpuon, me corn oemg , " 1 de sev tad ice cream Those onlhis ninth birthday with a oarty ~ rl~llolo,~ |.nob w~ ~rv~d[ ..... do~od nnd th .... h,~ti,,]netts other guests.lnc .u d -[| ' ". " r * .......................... t- ............................... eral aunts ano uncles aria cous- ,hrnentscomm~tteewere[onFr~dab afternoon, AprH10. I-hs from the beautifully decorated developed to sucha degree therelins [I ~PEN, IEETS ~ing, Garnet Saylor and I guests were Tommy Alrn~i, .Ter:,dining room table to the above I is no smoke from the plant. [ :'- - Mr Llo d Around ' -~ ~~~i!i:/.:::ii ~Parks IrY goal Larry bessoms tcicnaral m,o~t~ ~nd honored one I 'rho rot,,rn trio Wn~ becrun on[ Mr. ano s. y - | Enselman Dawd Enselman Ter- ~ at on and Rmkey Mr and Mrs. ,~ [ ._ ' ...... :. ] Sending gifts but unable to -|April 5 ,after st~endlng a day at[:.: ......., ~ .... | i"~i}~ 'MER LUND /ry Jonnson, ~)avm brecKeJoerg,~,~.,~ ,..~.~ ~e ~,,.,~,,mh~,~ ~tor [th~ e,,~r~r hnma nF a h~.,~h.~.JlVlelVln t~nrmnan.on oz ~verett,[| " " ~ @ EG_ION AUXILIARY 'JLarry Baldy!n, Tony Blorn, Lar:jwick 'Mrs. Millicent Simpson,[at the Wilson dam on the Ten-land.Mrs" JoanFoster, a~te~nEonll 69 m -sident of the Arlin-ton/rY tioiianu ano banora ano "t,/f,-o 'sc~nll ~L~,,~-~.- ]l~.~ ~,~f~..del.,,,~ .... { .... l erett were ~uno y I ~nenca.n Legion Auxili-[Sh.erry Almh. All the eM.ldren]Ramsey' Mrs. Mac Pautzke, Mrs.I Mr. Wright*states that they are[guests at the John Amundson!| ANNIVERSARY J ne cumin ear is Mrs enjoyeu games ann prizes olrth home U g y "] .... cake, anct ' . "iRuth Yost, Mrs. Bertha Morris|experiencing a backward spring[ J| w 81"x n FEATURE! [,.nd,whowaselected.at!aaY lee cream canay.I and Miss Caroline LeCocq. l in Alabama, where there wasl. Last Friday. Stflla ,Parsonsll 1 ,8H mm ~g~astjrnursaaym.gn~'] ~ ............. .~ ....... I Baby pink, blue and white|frost nearly every night, al-]aroveto~pper~restonwnerenerlm ~unter was re-emct-I ........ u .... ~. ~ ....... ~ ,~,,--'1 ...... : ..................... ~lthou=h the trees are leaved out Isister, Mrs. Myrue Amorose,!| Dream in color-feel as pampered as a million. ...... o,.~o~.o m bara Carlson) who h-d h,~en uoiS~eb olung wat~ ouuqueLa ut ~ " . . -- ~ ,m rY-trea ............ ,:o~-i ..... "' . . "*". ~.'; I Kin,, Alfred and Scarlet Ele-I He says the finest farm coun-lhves. That evening tney .atteno-ll aire! Yet your budget won't ,how it"ff you stock m - group to attend G~rls'Ivm~ungner parents, Mr. ann MrS.Jgance daffodils decorated the ltrv seen on the trip was in south-led a wedding and receptmn at|| ~t'at Cyra and KathylA. w. t:ar~son, m~tmst'ruesaaYlrooms .f the new home of Mr fern Illinois. The weather on thelPreston. The next morning theyl| np now on these luxurioua percales, now, at ars. J. p. Mathews, thelmr t:{evemna, w. Mr. ~oaer re-~..~ ~a~ .... ,~ u-~ .....v-~'~westward trip he said was ex-ldrove to their brother's place in]l Penney's low prices. Yellow, green, aqua, pink. J Was assisted by Mrs.lceiv-ea his a iscnarge trom .~nel,~'~, ~,~'~ ................ '"[tremely severe, at times in Wyo- ', South Seattle Floyd Green, the]| ~orapson [army ear~.y tnm montn, a~ter De-j~'~ ........ s. . .. -!ming the steering gear of the car ' brother, and his family took[| Ai~: 72"x108" . ...................................... 3,49 . * * * ling stanonea m ancnorage,I ~mo_ccasmn_was.a ~am~yana freezing One accident was ex-:everyone in his car to Tacoma, I| Pillow e=~s, 4T'x38V~ __................79e ~ ~. HEARS REPORT IAlaSKa, for mree years. *rneylne~gnoor stor~ shower tot wrb. l,~,~,, "~ ~,~ 'v,~vo0 ,,,~,,~,~ ~, hara tha dnffadil narado wa.~a rENTION plan to make their home in lHarold Hafner ~' .................. " ........................... ~" .... [ , ~blowOut caused the car to skid enjoyed in spite of the rain. Thet| s of the A. A. U. w.[Cleveiand. ! As the guests arr,~ved they put[and turn over Fortunately nolparty were droner guests that[| .erestine reoorts on thel Itheir gifts in a pink oassinette }one was iniured evenin of their cousins Mr and V " - ~ "" - - " " g ' " ention from Mrs Chas.IMRS.[ LEACH RETURNS Guests included Mrs. Bill g"In the entire trip," said MrIMrs Everett McGowan in Sum-l| ] ~2~~j~~~~~~~~" i ~irs. Mary Gates, and[ Mrs. E. C. Leach returned home Ebert Jr. Mrs. Harv Julia, Mrs. lwri,kt' "We saw no country we!ner'The next day on their way | gin Harris at their meet- [ Friday after a ten-weeks trip to|Ernest Grefsrud, and Mrs. Dora|would trade for what we havelhome Mrs Ambrose and Mrs[| '.Sday night. The host- the East Leaving here January~McGladrey, all of Everett; Mrs. ri ht here at home,"Parsons visited cousins near Car- ~ss June Hergert and|23, she proceeded to Cleveland|Vernon Bjerkaker, Mrs: Anna . " [nation, Mr: and Mrs. V. Gonna-]| a Ingram, served a de-land the meeting of the General[Matthiesen, Mrs. Elmer Husby, lo I', .. lson and son Joh'n and his fam- | I I II 00LORFUL LOOP ll" eh. Mary Louise .... Super, Missions Council of the Congre- Mrs. Elsie Mullen, Mrs. Luther, pnng .onvenuon lly" .. Nearing homb S~ella. Par-. " e~'~ ,~ ' COTTON RUGS orae for her spring va-Jgatlonal-Chnstmn Church. She Moe, Mrs. Robert McGladrey,,, , 1.r , t'q . [sons drove through fifteen miles[, -- ~$ a guest then visited relatives and friends Mrs Charles Matthiesen, Mrs. - r al snow ~~~] - I, . . . ~ : ~ . . Ireo. women s t,lUDS lof e . I I ~:,~ ? * * / n Massacnusetts t~onn, r~ew, ~zzm t~usKa Mrs Albert BreK-t t .............. ~----" ~at ][5~~.~:.~.-~ Anniveraary Sl~clal ~. ." , . ' " u~en raL~o,,~ co,.o ........ 1:79 NCHEON [Jersey Maryland Flor]ua and,hus Mrs. Nels Walen Mrs. BlllJ~..~,~.. A~.,| 1~ [ .... ,~ ........ on,| !.~:~',. "1' " ' " ' " ' ' L -||UO. ~ 111 &/ uroay irom ~amp nan~mru ~' ENDED [Cahforma. She stopped m Wash-[Knutson, St., Mrs. Carsten ar-[ ~ P Ih,~ ,.~t- ~,,.lt~, cth l~'~ v~t .... odl| guests as well as [mgton, D.C., when the cherry|son, Mrs. Lars Husby, Mrs. Lewm~ The Annual Spring Conventmn[n, .... ~ .... ,~ ,,,~t~ ~,,m,~ boys|| of the Hettie Lowe[blossoms were just beginning to[M. Borgen, Mrs. Leonard Ottem, lof Federated Women!s Clubs will[~.~'~ ~'~,~ ,:'_~, ~v ....... tl ended the spring lunch-lshow color. The Sunday beforelMrs. ~oy Robb. Miss Bessie Snod-lbe held on April 17t~at the Con-I ..................... e-. . . II~rr~~~~~~ 24"x36" the Congregational|she ieft New England, 32 of Mrs.ld Mrs. George Snoddy, Mrs.lgregational Church in Monroe.[ FOUrsonYearo~ old Donmeana W lham:ll The downstairs rooms[T.eachs relatives gathered for a]Gene Pierce, Mrs. Lena Hoidal,]The hostess clubs are Advancelson,~.r. Mrs. barl[, ~~~..~ Brighten up for summer- l~tifully decorated with|family reunion. She spent most[Mrs. Stanley Evans, Mrs. Burnie[Club, Research Club; and the[Williamson, nas recem~y recov-,| and a spring bouquet[o~ her time with her brother and[Moe, Mrs. Lois Warren, Mrs. Vir-IThree R. Club. The meeting will[ered from a bad case o~ pneu-[| ~L~~~,~ cool off for summer---md each table. The Lunch-]qisters at their homes in Sharon,]ginia Martz, Mrs. Rudie Thump-[be called to order ~t~ 9:30 a.m.[monia. Sana.ra Far.sons was ao-[| ~~~},. mmm--nowl 2 ply yarn with erved people from Se-|Riverton, and Waterbury, Conn.,son, Mrs. Harley Robb, Mrs: Neilsjand luncheon will be served for|sent a ~ew (lays mls wee~ oe.[| ~~: n~a.sktd backs in white, ~ared the meal a~nd gave[She also visited five days with|Rasmussen, Miss Janice Moe,[$1.25. The guest speaker will be|cause of illness. ,| ~~~ blue, rose. ,~ed, gold, ales talk and a number~Marj6rie Kegi|n~ . Jackson at[Mr~. Otto Hafner. and the hon-tMrs. Travis Easttnan of Everett,[ Vic Damasl~e who is still re-|| F~~,~' Size~ 28"~50" -:.2,.79 I~rizes after lunch Mr.[Lynnfield Center, Mass. Jored guest, Mrs. Harold Hafner. [with local speakers on the panelleuperating from his motorcycle[| ~~..~ ..... :, .. ~, ~n presented a program~ - * * * [ Sending gifts were Mrs Joe|in the afternoon. , [injuries, has received another[] "~,,,:v~ ,~ .... ~USic given by three of| Mr. J. McCaulley, who gradu-[Husby' Mrs. Leonard Hayden ] If junior members wish nur-[thirty day conveleseent leave.]| ~'..~..~i ~.~% ~' " lated from the University at the|Mrs. Howard Robb, Mrs. Sophialsery services please phone Mrs.lLast Friday his buddy, Jamesl| ~~ ~~ , * * * /end of the winter quarter, haS}Davies Mrs John Mickelson ]Fred Martell, Monroe 2016.|Fletcher .E, M. 2, of the Coast[] 0~ON ~~:~.:~.~.~~~..::::;.~:;::~I~I~ ~IIOWER [accepted an o~ter from the Cut-|Miss Gladvs" Schassow, Everett:[Lunchen reservations may be|Guard, visited him. He was with|| ~.~ ~"~'.~:~) :.'~i~!~ ................I.IS DAVIS , |let-Hammer Co. of Nihvankee. Moe Mrs ~onald Moe Mrs Emiltseeured from her also. |Vie at the time of his accident[| ~a.~' ~::.*:.,.~:.~:,:~:s~.:~::::,:~: : TERRY TOWELS ~etYwas eausedand laughter bridallMrsheard[He will have a permd of trammgtol Erickson Mrs George. Moe, M, rs. I An mterestmgof the territorialPrgram ~s be-I and stood by h~m at the hospb]|forll ~/'~ ~" ~ ~:{::~i~{~"~::~!.~,~~~;:.. rum the Mock home, 114|oefore going into sales-engmeer-IRavmon~ Moe and Mr Ol~arling prepared which will inelude]tal. Jame's home is in SanDiegol| . '{ ~'~' ':::;~'~:~}~,::~:.:. "~:~:~*:~:~i~/iiii~ i~:.:' e. on Monday evening J ing for the company. Mr. andlan~ Archie Moe " ]~he Showing of glass, china and[ but was on leave from Honolulu.]] .,.~-'~':;:.v~,. :~!i::~:::~:~.. .~ by a McCaulley left Tuesday ....... .... v-Ijewelry days IHe left Vic's home Tuesday ~C .... :::,~::.:~::~.-,~.~.x::.~:.:,~..