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4 - The Arlington TIMES - Wed.- April 22, 1981 Wedding Plans - Announced is the engagement of Miss Alisa Gall Tailey and Mr. Craig Robert O~sen. The bride.elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Richard H. Hadley of Arlington and Mr. Richard L. Talley of Colorado Springs, Colo. She will be a 1981 graduate of Arlington High School. Her fiance, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Olsen of Lakewood, is a 1978 graduate of Arlington High School and is ,m r New job opportunities available Concern for the quality of air people The guidebook offers several tips for breathe and the water they drink has persons thinking about careers in the increased, as well as changed, job environmental field. prospects in the environmental field. "Environmental Protection Careers according to a recent U.S. Department of Guidebook" is available at $6.50 per copy Labor publication, from the Superintendent '.of Documents, The 205-page book. "Environmental U.S. Government Printing Office. Wash- Protection Careers Guidebook." describes ington. D.C, 20402. Single copies from a 106 selected occupations that result from a limited supply are available without rising demand for environmental protec- charge from the Inquiries Office, Employ- teen. Many of the occupations did not exist ment and Training Administration. U.S. a decade ago. Department of Labor. Room 10225. 601 D Most of the jobs covered are in one of Street. NW. Washington. D.C. 20213. seven environmental fields: water and Phone (202)376-6730. wastewater treatment, noise control, air resource management, land. fish and ~'~ wildlife management, pesticides and toxic ~~ substat~ces programs, solid waste man- agement and radiation control. The guidebook details major job de- scriptions in these fields, places of employment and areas of specialization. The following babies were born recently special skills or aptitudes that are at Cascade Valley Hospital, Arlington: necessary or helpful, licenses and certifi- A son was born April 9 to Frank and ca~ion or registration required and the Linda May of Arlington. employment outlook for the various A daughter was born April 11 to occupations, Howard and Judith Londner of Arlington. The new publication was developed by the department's employment and train- A son was born April 15 to Robert and ing administration, in cooperation with the Vickie Southern, Marysville, A son was born April 15 to Bryan and Environmental Protection Agency. Wilena Henry, Darrington. A daughter was born April 15 to Kerry and Kathleen Dickson. Arlington. V,tal Veteran. TOPS Club statistics paperwork T.e TOPS Club met April 14 for their weekly meeting. Best loser of the week was Toni T. Leona H. reached her goal The need for~ veterans to tell their and is now a KOPS. She was honored with families where important veterans' docu- a fruit basket and flowers. ments are kept cannot be over-emphas- Meetings are held every Tuesday at ized, according to the Veterans Adminis- 9:30 a.m. in Lathrop Hall. 5th and N. tration. Richard F. Murphy, director of the French. by the First Baptist Church. New Seattle VA Regional Office, said safe- members are welcome. guarding discharge papers, marriage certificates or child custody evidence from fire. theft or loss could be one of the most currently employed by Boeing. The couple have Chosen June 20 as their wedding important legacies a veteran can leave his , , , , ,, survivors. --. "~ Among documents that should be Heard aboiJt townJ by Ruth Headley 4352064 protected and filed with family papers are government and commercial life insurance any VA correspondence with identifying claim numbers, social security numbers, wills and. where applicable. naturalization papers. Families also should be aware of possible survivo~'benefits. These include Easter Egg Hunt Winners - Beautiful weather Saturday morning number of parents and children to the Easter egg hunt held at Park. Children who found prize winning gold and silver eggs were Kacie Nelson. Lindsey Harris, NEllie Dee Lewis, Misty Klein and Janna Lasher, i Death Valley trip Mr. and Mrs. John Strand and children Aaron and Kelly Wright returned last Sunday from a nine day automobile trip South. They went first to Grant's Pass. then to Mount Shasta. over to RenD and Lake Tahoe. It snowed heavily at the lake and they did not remain long. The next stop was in Death Valley, with temperatures of 85 to 88. There were several side trips to Painter's Canyon. to Charcoal Hill and Kilns. They went horseback riding in the valley and up on the ridge road. They could see Scotty's Castle in the distance but Had been there previously. They ~dAn a 40.unit ranch and one of the units caught fire and burned to the ground, so they remained in the car until they knew if it would touch their unit. It didn't so they could go back in. It is very warm and gorgeous in Death Valley and highly recommended. However, it will be closed in a month as the temperatures will reach 120 for the summer. The return trip was via Lake Tahoe and Grant's Pass. Famter Entertaining Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Knudsen enter- tained at dinner Easter Sunday their children. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Knudsen and family of Kirkland and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lawlis and family of Everett. Ruth Headley spent Easter with Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Joergensen and family at their home near LaConner. out on the water. Club apeaker Susie Hansen. Arlington. of the county extension office, spoke at the recent meeting of the Greenwood Garden Club. She fielded a question and answer session. Mrs. Hansen is with the Master Gardener program and advised people never to eat jams ,and jellies that have mold on the top of the jars. Andirons Ella Walker, manager of the Evergreen State Fair. Monroe. announces that officials are looking for amateur perform- ers to appear during the 10-day fair. August 29 to September 7. There will be a full schedule of local talent on the midway outdoor stage daily, including amateur performers, individuals or groups, music, pantomime, puppetry, dancing or magic. While the amatuers will perform without pay, the appearances Would give them the opportunity to be heard by large crowds. For appointments and auditions call the fairgrounds office at 794.7832. Audition appointments must be made by June 1 through the fair office. New arrivals Robert and Sharon Richardson, Arling. ~on, boy, March 26. at Mount Vernon irth Center; Leslie and Toni Chapman, Darrington, boy, April 5. at Everett General Hospital. Marriage ileem~, Receiving marriage licenses recently in Everett were Duane Franklin Sanders and Jo Hana Marie Spring, both Arlington; Robert Lee Kellogg Jr. and Terry Von It's Driveway Repair Timel ram; ........ .. $4.sS DELIVERED DELIVERED McDaniei, both Arlington; Clifford J. Grogan. Arlington. and Sandra L. John- son, Pasco. New owners Mr. and Mrs.-J.E. Cassellius have moved to Marysville. and their farm on the Nicks Road has been taken over by Alger (Bud) Vos, formerly of Snohomish. The house is being remodeled and they expect to move in next month. It was formerly the Holstein farm of Mr. and Mrs. D. Sudenga, who moved to Grand. view. Nine-day trip Mrs. Helen Wood, Mrs. Gertrude Gibson and the Michael Wood family retugned April 5 from a nine-day automobile trip to California. They drove down Highway ,5 to Anaheim. spending a day in Disneyland. They toured Marineland of the Pacific and the Queen Mary at Long Beach. also stopping in San Francisco where they went to Alcatraz Island, Chinatown. Fisherman's Wharf and rode the cable car. The return trip was through the Redwoods on Highway 10l. then going back to Highway S from Crescent City. Edmonds Easter Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bruner. Tim Bruner and his fiance Keilani Palser of West Seattle. and Todd and Patti Brunet and baby daughter, Amber Nicole. of Mount Vernon spent Easter Sunday in Edmonds with Mr. and Mrs. Burns Tallman, The dinner was for his mother. Lela Bruner, who is leaving April 29 for Maryland. Bhqhday Mr. and Mrs. Bud Valliant entertained at dinner Thursday evening for Irene Hamilton of Everett, whose birthday it was. Her children, Ryan, Shelly and Scott were also there, and coming in later for ice cream and cake were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Valliant and children Joel and Jennifer, Easter guests Mr. and Mrs. Ed Almli had guests Easter Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Ron Almli and daughters Connie and Kellie of Marysville. Marlene Almli and son Seth, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jones of Darting- ton. Mrs. Violet Hudleston and her friend Lillian of Lynnwood, and others, 12 in all. Visitors Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hills spent a few days recently in Arlington visiting with neighbors and friends. They are now at a campground in Woodinville and expect to go to California later. VA pensions, dependency and indemnity compensation for service connected death. burial benefits and interment in a national cemetery. A few minutes spent by the veteran organizing documents and informing his family can do much to avoid anguish during times of emotional stress. Veterans should alert their families that information and assistance concerning benefits are available at the Seattle VA Regional Office. Assistance is also avail- able through veterans service organiza- tions. VA education tips ~ To'help students avoid delays in their Veterans Administration education pay- ments, VA has some pointers. Some 600.000 VA checks worth more than $200 rail/ion are mailed each month to veteran-students and to eligible de- pendents, and the agency wants to do everything possible to avoid delays. For the students' part. VA suggests: -When you believe the initial payment for the school term has been delayed, first check with the school to find out the date the enrollment certificate was sent to VA. At least four weeks should be allowed from that date before an education check can be expected, -If an advance payment check is expected, make sure the required written request was signed, The specific request for the advance money should have been submitted to VA at least a month before the beginning of the semester. -Students who have gotten education benefits in the past should consider whether an overpayment is outstanding. If an overpayment exists, current benefits are withheld until the overpayment is recovered by the VA. For further information on possible education payment delays contact the nearest VA regional office. Toll-free numbers are listed in the white pages of the telephone book under "U.S. Govern- ment.'" , Open House Mike and Margie Nelson invite the public to an open house at the Hills Rainbow Nursery April 30 through May 4. It is located at 160th and Highway 9. The Nelsons are the new owners. Refresh- ments will be served. SMOKEY OINI"--" NURSERY NOW OPEN UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT FREE RHODIE FIFTH RHODIE FREE with purchase of 4 Rhodies in 2 gal. cans AZALEAS ,199 Assorted, 1-gal. cans ......................... ea. PYRAMIDALIS $249 Great for screens & property lines, 1-gal. cans .... ea. * PYRAMIDALIS, , ft. to s. ............ $14 WE NOW HAVE BARK & TOP SOIL Quantity discounts available - We do land~ing, tool TAKE EXIT 206 - Acrosa fro/n Vie Cox Mobile Homee Open 10 a.m, - 6 p.m. Tuesday thru Sunday I I I ] I I II I [ III Weoffer DOUG FOX PACKAGES ...... ...... from Big city newspaper ads - CALL US! We have the same trips for the same prices. 435-5781 ton Travel 380 West Ave. (Sears Bldg.) Come Worship with FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 5lh & French. Arlington SUNDAY SCHOOL ................................. 9:45 a.m. SUNDAY WORSHIP ............................... 11:00 a.m. SUNDAY EVENING SERVICE .................. 6:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY NIGHT Bible Study ............ 7:00 p.m. All Welcome IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CATHOLIC CHURCH 512 E. 3rd St.. Arlington, 435-2349 SATURDAY EVENING MASS .................... 5:00 p.m. SUNDAY MASS SERVICES .... 8:30 a.m. & 10:30 a.m. - PA STOR: Oliver Duggan - ST. JOHN MARY VIANNY CATHOLIC CHURCH Darrington SUNDAY MASS..: ................................. 10:30 a.rn. ARLINGTON ASSEMBLY OF GOD 2nd & Stillaguamish, Arlington, 435-2094 CHURCH SCHOOL ................................ 9:45 a.m. WORSHIP HOUR ................................... 10:50 a.m. WORSHIP & INSPIRATION ..................... 6:39 p.m. WEDNESDAY. Family Night .................... 7:00 p.m. WOMEN'S MINISTRIES (1st & 3rd Thurs.). 10:00 a.m. Cable TV Channel 8: Monday, 9 p.m.; Tuesday & Thurs., 7:30 p.m.; 11 a.m. ARLINGTON UNITED CHURCH 4th & McLeod, 435-3259 PASTOR: Dr. Richard Connell SUNDAY SCHOOL ................................. 9:15 a.m. SUNDAY WORSHIP ............................... 11:00 a.m. WEDNESDAY EVENING SERVICE ........... 7:00 p.m. BURN ROAD BIBLE CHURCH Little Red School House, 6.S mi. from Arlington, 691-68~3 Ephesians 2:8,9"For bY grace are ye saved through faith: and that not ot yourselves: it iS the gift of God not of works, lest any man should boast." PASTOR: Ray Leonard SUNDAY SCHOOL ..................... 10 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. SUNDAY WORSHIP ................... 11:00 a.m. - 12 noon FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST 4th & Dunham, Arlington SUNDAY SCHOOL ................................... 11 a.m. SUNDAY WORSHIP HOUR ......................... 11 a.m. WEDNESDAY TESTIMONY MEETING ......... 8 p.m. Child Care You are lovingly invited SMOKEY POINT COMMUNITY CHURCH (Christian & Missionary Alliance) 17721 -35th Ave. N.E., Arlington, 659-2844 PASTOR: Michael S. Gower SUNDAY SCHOOL ................................. 9:45 a.m. SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE .................. 11:00 a.m SUNDAY EVENING SERVICE .................. 7:00 p.m. WEDNESDAY 8, BIBLE STUDY.,. 7:00 p.m. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS (Mormon) Junction Highway 530 & Arlington SACRAMENT MEETI NG .............. 9 SUNDAY SCHOOL ..................... 10:20 a. AUXILIARY MEETINGS (Relief Society, Women. Priesthood Primar~ ........ 11 FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH 1424 - 172nd Street N.E. - Lakewood - 652-8013 PASTOR: David Herwick SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICES .... 8:30 a.m. & 11.,a.m. SUNDAY SCHOOL for all ages .................. 9:30 a.m. VICTORIA CHAPEL (Bryant Grange Hall) PASTOR: Larry Haylett SUNDAY SCHOOL ................................. 9:45 a.m. SUNDAY WORSHIP ............................... 11:00 a.m. SUNDAY EVENING .......................... ~ ....6:00 p.m. Bible Study Junior Choir OUR SAVIOUR'S LUTHERAN 615 E. Highland Dr., Arling PASTOR: Emery Rohde EDUCATION .................................. WORSHIP ............... : ..................... WEDNESDAY SCHEDULE: Youth Din Gospel Choir. 6:30 p.m., Confirmation p.m.; Senior Choir, 8 p.m. FREE METHODIST 730 E. Highland Dr., Arlington, PASTOR: Erie W. Wirth BIBLE SCHOOL ......... . ............................ SUNDAY SERVICES ................. 8:30 a.m. 3/VEDNESDAY. Family Night, programs all ages ................................................ SMOKEY POINT CHURCH OF Meeting at the Stitlaguamish Senir~ 18308 -35th Ave. N.E,, SUNDAY BIBLE STUDY .......................... , SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE ....... SUNDAY EVENING SERVICE ........ ; ......... = WEDNESDAY, Bible Study ......... For information, ca11,435-4906 PEACE LUTHERAN 1717 Larson Rd. - Silvana - PASTOR: James Nyborg SUNDAY STUDY HOUR ......... SUNDAY WORSHIP HOUR ...................... Nursery provided coMMUNION: First and third OSO COMMUNITY CHAPG 22318 Hwy. 530 - Oso - 435-96~ PASTOR: David Hovik SUNDAY SCHOOL ................................. MORNING WORSHIP .............. WEDNESDAY, Bible Study ..................... Nursery Provided SUNDAY EVENING, 6 p.m. (1st SISCO HEIGHTS COMMUNITY 15029 McEIroy Road, Arlington, PASTOR: Darcy E. Haisley SUNDAY SCHOOL ................................ MORNING WORSHIP SUNDAY EVENING ...... WEDNESDAY HOME BIBLE Sl Staffed Nursery A Church of Prayer, Praise and Gc SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST Burke & Talcott, Pastor: Dean Edwards SABBATH SCHOOL .... SATURDAY CHURCH ............... Church Phone: 435-9381 - Past All are welcome! BE'mR CHAPR ~ , 41/2 mi. east of Bryant on PASTOR: Richard L. Baxter SUNDAY SCHOOL .............................. WORSHIP SERVICE .................. Pastor's Phone: 435-2970