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4 The Arlington Times Thursday. April ! 8, ! 963___L -- Hazel Holm, Correspondeu - Telephone HE 6-238 Prepare for Vote I Library to Sponsor IN Fire Dis ict I Pro am April 23 The following notice of Clos-] .. Joining with !ibrarie: . in in f Re istration Books re : ~nonomlsn anti island Goun- g o g ' P "] ties, as well as others across paratory to holding an election] the nation, the Darrington Li- in the proposed Fire Protec-] brary is focusing attention on tion Dist. 24. is posted by Stan- [ its resources. .. and needs during ley Dubuque Snohomish Coun-] Na~7onal Lxbrary Week, April ty Auditor and Registrar of 1On April 23rd the Darring- Voters: / ton Library Board will sport- Notice is hereby given that| sor an evening of .entertain- the registration books in the! ~ent, and. Information on l}. nronosed Snohomish ~ountv' orary service, at ~:uu p. m. in Fire Protection District No. 24, the High School Multi-Purpose r,(om ~nown on me p og m comprising parts of Fortson,"... :" . ........... Hazel and Sauk precincts, Sno- w]l~ aj)jm, x.wurcb f~r~ homish County Washing, ton lm~ A~.U~, wmcn portrays " .~'. 'the development and advantag- will be closed agamst original . . " ..... registration on and after Anril es oI regional norary service ..... ~ ...... S 21"" lq~2 b-t shah romnin nruan In Washington State again t a :" ~Z"'^.~7,,J.'_':.7 ~T4i;~.'~L" ~.':.S background of our state's beau- ful t:~l.l I ~U*~IILIUII~LI.L I.IL.Le~U/1 %~t,y ~ .~ .... " film scenery In aoolHOn, a for transfers of registratmns ...... - .... fro ~ r;]ra] nr " t tn an Hlm plcturlng [ne yearly ml- m on ........ eclnc ..... - . A, i lk to raz other rural precinct in Snohom- ~,i'atmn of tnymp c e g - ing grounds high in the Olym- pic Mountains willbe. shown. ish County, Washington. Said registration books will remain closed until after the Special Election in the proposed Snohomish County Fire Pro- tection District No. 24, which will be. held on the 21st day of May 1963, and the last day vot- (ws may register for the above e!ection will be, April 19, 1963. Fire Department Annual Report Fire Chief I wis Noble has turned in a report for 1962. They have four new men in the Fire Department. They purch. ased a hose washer and 500 feet of new hose. A new 10 phone alarm system with 7 siren buttons on residential and business phones was added. Also adopted the new fire num- ber HE 6.3333. They answered 24 alarms, 1 false, 2 special and 14 outside of the city. Fire loss to build- ings in the city was $950. Loss to buildings outside of city were $55,175 and contents $2,800. The high figures for rural area was mainly the mill kiln and contents. An additional siren alarm was installed at the lower end of town for better alarm coy- erage. More residential hy- drants were installed. Three films will be shown at the High School Multi-purpose room Tuesday April 23 at 8 p. m. ............ O ................. The Timber Bowl Garden Club will have a plant sale at their meeting April 25 at the home of Mrs. Dave Buchanan. It will be open to the public at 2 p. m. They will have a Mothers' Day plant sale near the post office on May 8.9-10-11. There will be plants and hanging baskets made up for sale. BASEBALL Darrington won 2-0 over Twin Cities High School Thur. McArthur scored on a balk by Garry Jones of Twin City. The second run was when Bill Bates doubled and McArthur scored. Brian Mount limited the hits to three for Twin City. Correction: The baptism of 13 people was at the First Bap- tist church instoad of the Meth- odist church as reported last week. Monday night, April 22 at 8 o'clock Mr. Ted Larson, coun- ty Extension Agent will meet with interested adults and youngsters in the grade school Cafeteria to discuss the posst. bility of forming a 4-H sad- dle club. There were three youngsters dedicated at the First Baptist church on Palm Sunday by Rev. Elmen Lein. They were Gary Glads]o, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Glads]o, Jr., Teresa Green, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nell Green and Pamela Rose daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Faulkner. Merle Long sang "Jesus Save Me". Mrs. Bonnie Green and son Paul arrived Thursday from North Carolina. She is at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Clyde Jones and family. welcome home for her was h at Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Jones and family, others join- ing were Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hooper, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Faulkner and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Westley of Quil. cene. They presented her with! a hydrangia. There will be a joint meeting of the planning commission, May and Council with Carry and Kramer engineers on Tues. day, April 23. The Donna I~in Circle of the First Baptist Church will serve a luncheon to the Itigh School seniors Tuesday, April 23 and the Torch Society ban- quet will be at the Community Center Tuesday evening. Photography by Walt Disney does justice to the majestic beauty of the Olympics and to the fascinating behavior of the elk. This is a film for adults and children alike. Especially for the children will be shown ttAROLD AND THE PURPLE CRAYON. Here is an evening for the whole family, with an opportun- ity to see how Washington is trying to accomplish it's Li- brary Week aim of "a better- read, better.informed Amer- ica." The town of Darrington now has property for a library, and is currently attempting to in- form all citizens of its need for a new library building, and to discover ways and means of acquiring it. READING - THE FIFTH FREEDOM - ENJOY IT, is the theme of the 1963 National Li- brary Week. The Darrington Library invites all residents to visit the library during the week to look over the local re- sources for enjoyment of this Freedom. o , CancerCampaign April is "Campaign" month for the American Cancer So- ciety. This is the month local communities have been asked to give what they can finan- cially to the cancer drive and to do what they can in the way of cancer education and detec- tion. Darrington Crusade chair. man, Mrs. Lillian Neff and Mrs. Ann Rankin discarded the door to door canvas this year in favor of working through our local organizations. It is hoped that local organizations will discuss the cancer drive study educational materials and will want to help with a donation. For those who have not been reached through some club or organization, leaflets and envelopes will be available at the check.out counters of our local stores. Needless to say whatever the people of the community de- cide to do, collectively or indi- vidually will be greatly appreci- ated, the chairman said. Make checks payable to the American Cancer Society. O :~MOKER There will be a boxing smoker at the Grade School Gym Sat- urday evening, April 20. Stu- dents from seventh grade thru high school will participate. ,O People have been a little careless and been driving onto some~shrubs which the Tirr/ber Bowl Garden Club has planted along Railroad Avenue. The shrubs are costly and represent a lot of work. Please let's not ruin the beauty. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Moske- land and son of Marysville vis- ited on Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Art Wright and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Reece and sons of Marysville spent the week end with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Jim Reece. On Sunday they and Mr. and Mrs Sam Bates were dinner guests of Jim Reece's. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Woods and Mr. and Mrs. George Han- son dined at the Sea Horse restaurant on Saturday evening, Mrs. Wallace Hell and child- ren Rusty and Vivian and Mrs. Elon Holm, Mrs. Beryl Knights of Arlington wen to Mrs. John Thompson's and family for din- ner Easter Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarke Knights and family of Issaquah joined the family. Pinochle Club met Thurday at the home o~ Dorothy Howard. [n,cille Olson won the high prize and Mrs. George Bowman won low. MENU, APRIL 22-26 Men.- Ham and sweet po. tatoes, green beans, bread and butter, fruit. Tues.--- Scalloped potatoes, wieners, cornbread and butter, fresh fruit. Wed ..... Turkey salad, peas, 0S0 COMMUNITY Mrs. Nellie, George, cor Lake Goodwin visited on Sat- urday with their daughter, Mrs. Jack Poteet and family, and to enjoy the Easter Egg Hunt with their little grand- daughter Suzie. Sunday visitors with the Jack Poteet family were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hathaway of Cicero. Richard Klesick of Seattle with his friend, Miss Carrie Nordine of Cavana Spur, were dinner guests here on Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Klesick. Friends of John Cole will be interested to learn that he has been transferred from the Gen- eral Hospital to Colby Manor Nursing Home in Everett. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tillison (Susie) of Arlington with their children spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon- ard Pumphry. Mrs. Jim Minish with her three daughters Patty Sue, Ju- dy Lynn, and Cheryl of Snoho- mish, visited on Friday at the home of her brother, Bert Arm- strong. Mrs. Minish is the for- mer Ruby Armstrong and was accompanied here by her sister Mrs. Gertrude Spencer of Ar- lington Heights. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Robert- Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wyatt of Edmonds are the parents of a girl, born Saturday, April 13. She was named Donna May and weighed eight lbs. and eight and one-half ounces. Proud maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Glen Peterson and paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Zemmery Wyatt. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Rankin and family spent Easter Sun- day with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Day and family of Mt. Vernon. Mrs. Pete Santeford and Mrs. A. Husby of Everett visited a day last week with Mrs. Bru- seth. Mrs. Phil Agar and children Kris, Randi, and Ronnie vis- ited two days of school vacation with her mother, Mrs. Bruseth. Mr. and Mrs. David Edwards of Falls City spent the spring vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ashe. On Easter Sunday Mrs, Ray Nelson called her parents from Carlsbad, New Mexico. The temperature was 94 degrees there. Bridge Club met at the home of Mrs. Kathryn Bates. Alta Cilbert' won high prize. Mar- tha Heigh won second, Ellen Kay Rogen won low and Jean- ette Newman was best defen- sive player. ~)NERAL SERVI C~E FOR CHARLOTTE MOSF~K Funeral services were held Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock for Charlotte Moses, 27, Darrington, who died in Seat- tle. April 6. She was born in the Suiattle district Sept. 4, 1935, and lived in the Darrington area most of her life. She is surgvived by a sister, Shirley Jean Mos. es Seattle; two brothers, Jos- eph Moses, Seattle and Clar- ence Moses, Jr., U. S. Navy; an aunt and several cousins. The funeral service was held at Weller & Solie Funeral Home, Arlington. Burial was in Moses Cemetery, Suiattle. 0 GEMS OF THOUGHT" SEEING A fool sees not the same tree that a wise man sees. -- William Blake He who sees clearly and en- lightens other minds most read- ily, keeps his own lamp trim- med and burning. ..... Mary Eddy Baker Amind lively and at ease can do with seeing nothing, and can see nothing that does not an- swer. - ~-Jane Austin The eye is the window of the soul; the intellect and will are seen in it. --Hiram Powers 0 Darrington Churches Darrington Methodist Church Emmons and Alvord Street Rollin B. Stierwalt, Pastor Phone GE 5-3259 (Arlington) Worship Service 9:00 a.m, Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Thursday---Senior Choir 7:00 p.m. Friday---Junior Choir after school. Sunday--Sub-district Rally in Sno- homish 2:00 p.m. Grace Baptist Church Darrlngton, Wash. Bible School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship II:00 a.m. youth Fellowship 6:15 p.m, ~vening Service 7:30 p.m. Good News Club (Wed) 3:30 p,m. , Prayer Meeting (Wed.) 7:30 p.m. 1 Welcome to the House of The : Lord. St. John Catholic Church Darrlngton, Wash. Father Edward C. Boyle, Pastor (P,.es. 512 E. 3rd, Arlington, Wash.) Winter Mass 6chedule effective Scot. 23rd: 10:30 a.m. each Sunday. Confessions before ms,~. Church of the Transfiguration Commercial Ave. and Riddle St. ' The Rev. Chester E. l~Iby, Pastor Phone HE 6-1674 Sunday Services: 9:30 a.m., Holy Communion and Sermon. 9:3@ a.m. Church School. The Episcopal Church welcomes you. First Baptist Church of Darrtngton "Church Going Famines Are Hap- pier Families." 9:45--Church School. muffins, fruit. "1 11:00---Mornlng Worship. Thtlrs.--- Chill, carrot sticks, [ 6:30--B Y P. cinnamon rolls, ice cream. I 7:30---Evening ~ervice. Thursdays---5:30, Junior Highs; 7:00, Fri.-~ Vegetable soup, tuna I Prayer: 7:30, Choir. sandwiches, pumpkin pudding. Milk every day. Ill II WANTED - - - MORE CUSTOMERS. -- We need and would appreciate more customers. RAW MILK HOMOGENIZED MILK 70c 80c Delivered HASENYAGER DAIRY DARRINGTON HE 6-3286 I I,Iz tIH t tttt II II I I t Itll t Everyone welcome. Church of God of Pro'phec~ Sunday: I0:00 a.m., Sunday School; II:00 a.m., Church Service. Wednesday evening, 7:30 --- Prayer and Bible Study. Thursday, I0:30 ' a.m.. missionary meeting. l~rlday evening, 7:30; Young P~ople's meet. Mt. View Baptist Church Sunday: Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship at 11. Training Union 7:00. Preaching 8:00 p.m. 10:~esday: . Women's Mission Society Wednesday, prayer and Bible study. A~embly of God Sund~y--10:00, Sunday School; II :00, Morning Worship. Children's Crnurch ~d 3r. Church 6:30. C. A. 8ervlee, 6:30. Igvening 8ervloe, 7:~. Midweek Servloe ~ed~Nd~y, Y.'~. IT son of Seattle visited the Leon-, Gertrude Getsehmann, Gyda ~ members present were Sue, and husband Joe Ensley at, WATI L , ard Pumphry home on Satur-[Gallagher and Verle Hafner[Pearson, John and Jerry Wight,|White Horse and Were joinedl~'~"~r~ ~a~m,~ ~_ .... e |~-- day. Mrs. Robertson is a sister[ and son Verlin, and also to El-|Diane and Nancy Groendyk,]by Joe's folks from Darrington. I ~.~. ~eu~ ,..,ct, r~ :| ,,aCtlF of Mrs. Pumphry. ~ zie Wheeler and Clarence| Lynn Lovejoy, Linda Klesick, I Kenneth Mathis left Friday| ~ .| |r se' Mr and Mrs P Greydanus[ George. In the afternoon Gladys[ Vivian Poteet, Nina Armstrong,[ to return to base after 29 days] Mr. and Mrs. George Mahl~| yah moved from th'e ).:eslie Jennerl Giebel visited them. The nextIMary and Nancy Prichard, andl at home. His new assignmentl and family were Easter di~| ,~, . farm (McGillivarv) to their]meeting will be with Mabel|Barbara Baker. ]will be in South Carolina. ]guests in Darrington on $~ |-ll|r, new home in Slcagit County,]Stensen in Everett on May 10.~ April 19th is the date of the[ Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bradley t day With their son-in-laWa~[ ~"~' moving on Saturday and Sun-] Local friends extend their [ 4-H skating party. Don't forget[ and children spent Easter Sun-,~augnter, mr. an(] Mrs. t~a,~| c mar day. I humble sympathy to .Glennl to get stamped. I day m Everett with her mother I r~untz an(] iamny,a#[ 8~e(1 The Territorial Daughters| with eggs and candy. We hid[ sons o'f Tacoma spent last week] his sister Pamela visited the[ Mrs. May Webster with Mr..5 ~i met on Friday, April 12th with| about 25 dozen eggs. There was[ visiting her folks, the Frys, be- ] grandparents, mr. and Mrs. ~arl| Mrs. Daryl Orton and Rob~ .~ Mrs. Clarence George. A pot-[ a drawing of names for baskets.| ing Easter vacationin thel wiKstrom. I Snohomish and Mr. and ~ '.l luck dinner was served at 12:30] 1 to 5 age group for boys and| school [ Easter dinner guests of Mr.| Paul Hurn (Diane) and I~ a sonP'm" toM Mesdames Lennie. Pier-|. girls by. Junior Countryman[ Mr. and Mrs. Dutch Krause] and Mrs. Virgil" " Bussard were] Jr. were Easter Sunday di~ ~t, , aggie Banmster, Viola|and Terrl Engstrom, the6 to 81and family and his Tnother ]Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Bariel and]guests at Tacoma of Mr., Hollingsworth, Anna Wangsmo,| group baskets went to Krista[Mrs. Lillian Krause, spent Eas- [ son Kenneth of Lake Stevens,| Mrs. Wallis Cherry. Mrs. t~ ~} Mabel Freyd, Bernice Forrister," Lane and Timmy Fry. The 4.H ~ ter Sunday with daughter Katyl and the previous Tuesday Mrs. rv is the former Faith Ort0t ~ h PRICES EFFECTIVE APRIL 18-19-20 eIGHT TO LIMIT OLD FASHION FULL CUTS! FRESH--- First of the Season. SLICED ROAST SKINLESS WIENERS Verifine, Quality Controlled ........ LB. SHUR-FRESH PKG. OF SIX MAPLE BARS SHUR-FRESH POLY BAG OF 3 MAPLE HORNS SHUR-FRESH 15-OZ. I )LY BAG FANTAN BREAD HUNT'S Thick 'n Rich 14-Oz. Bottles FROZEN FRENCH FRIES or CRINKLE CUTS 16-Oz. "PATIO" FROZEN 8-Oz. Pkg. Prints or Cubes .......................... LB. A ALL.VEGETABLE SHORTENING 3-LB. TINS BROWN or POWDERED JIF 18-OZ. JAR 'Crew-my or Crunchy TASTEWELL 46-OZ. ORANGE or GRAPE CHEERIOS .............. 10V~-O~- COCO PUFFS .......... 81/z-OZ. WHEATIES ................... 12-OZ. PURE CANE 1 Lb. Carton M-D 4 PACK Assorted C AND H HAWAIIAN GROWN 10 Lb. Bag TASTEWELL 1 POUND CARTONS ONIONS SHUR-FRESH HALF GAI. Fancy Qual- |W Red SUc. ers LB. Or GREEN rreah For Frmsh ONIONS ...... SUN. Firm Full Heads ................................ HEAD Fully Ripe .......................................... EACH Texas New Crop-- Ittmbo Whites ................................... LB. /2 Prices Effective APRIL 18-19-20 Right to limit. Trading Center In DARRINGTON Where Satisfaction Is s "Buy" Word H OURS: Men. thru Sat 9 to$ Open on Sunday 10 to 6 VOLUME Stir Thne To l