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14 - The Arlington TIMES - Wed., April 22, 1981 IlllI Ill Illl I I Senior Center news ........... i ill Center entertainment The combined Stillaguamish hula and tap dancing classes were the featured entertainment at tile center Friday, April I0. Under the direction of Hazel McDougall the program offered a variety of vocal solos, instrumental and dancing by our senior students. This program had also been a part of the Luau held earlier in the week. The Luau was well attended, and everyone there showed their pleasure by takbig part in the ballroom dancing and enjoying the food. Hand bell concert Entertainment for April 17 was given by the Memorial Hand Bell Choir of the First United Church of Everett Under the direction of Art Stage. the 10 members gave a fine performance. Stage said that each member was responsible for three sets of bells. The bells are copies of early 14th century English bells. The tones are governed by wrist movements. Each player wears white gloves while handling the bells to help the copper and tin instrument from tarnishing. The bells were purchased by donations to their Memorial Fund. The repretoire included "Bell Chimes," the opening music and sacred music. From all accounts, tim seniors enjoyed the program very much. Parade The center had its usual Easter Hat Parade. Those winning awards were lna Andrews and Florence Pompella ,for the women. Pete Real took the men's prize. Missing Please check to be sure if you have the same garment you came to the event in. One of our seniors is missing a coat. Visitors Sharon Anderson of Wyoming is a guest in the Dinger home. We are pleased to have Alice Kinkead back with us again. Sick list On our sick list we find that Ethel Thoemke is a patient at Everett General ttospital. Charlotte Hohl is at Northgate Hospital having a series of medical tests. Improving Those who have been on the sick list are improving. Charles Gruenberg is home now and getting much better. Antone Anderson is able to move about. Murray Campbell has returned home following his surgery. Now home Home from the sunny south are Crystal and Ed Pray. by Harriet Trowbridge Society meets . The Western Gerontological Society held its annual meeting at the Seattle Center April 11 through 15. Harriet Trow- bridge attended the Saturday, all-day session, also Monday and Wednesday's sessions. Hazel Brackett and Irene Carlson were also at WGS Monday and Tuesday. Tim Simmons attended the session on Senior Centers Sunday, April 12. WGS holds conferences on the west coast on alternate years. Members from eastern Canada and U.S. states came to Seattle for the full session, Several of those from California and Florida received the shock of their life when they got into Seattle with the cold wind and hail storms Saturday! Writer's tea Stillaguamish Writers will hold a writer's tea, April 23, beginning at 10 a.m. Local writers are invited. Dance Don't forget the public dance at Stillaguamish Center April 18. Have a good week, everyone. Lucerne Large Lose a sweat shirt? A blue sweat shirt with a hood and front zipper was found last Saturday afternoon at Terrace Park, Arlington. It may be claimed at the Arlington Police Depart- ment with proper identificatiou. Students honored One area student attending Central Washington University has qualified for the 1981 Winter Quarter honor roll, according to Academic Vice President, Edward J. Harrington. Central undergraduate students who earn a 3.25 or better grade average while carrying at least 12 credit hours of study a~ eligible for the honor roll, Harrington said, The student from Arlington earning honors was Sharryn R. Larsen. Susan Lee Claudus was named to the winter quarter honor list at Eastern Washington University near Spokane. Claudus, sophomore, is the daughter of Judy A. Claudus of Arlington, and is majoring in dental hygiene. Students must obtain a 3.50 or higher grade point average and carry at least 12 credit hours to be listed on the quarterly honor roll. Only 900 of the 8,000 students enrolled in winter quarter classes made the honor list. Shop The TIMES Advertlse~ SAVE 31' AA Eggs 69' SAVE 30' Obituaries =" "- -*-- " "" n i Wesson Oil ........ ,,., s 13 a William Kroeze ~ Sims a Cola ....... ,,. 99 t ' Ilql. ~ lttet ( William Kroeze. 71. of Arlington, died April t8 in a h)cal hosl)ital. Mr. Kroeze was born August 24, 1909 at Traton, rural Arlington, and had resided in this area most of his litL~. He was a member of the Assembly of GOd of Arlington. He was a retired dairy farmer. He leaves his wile. Pauline, at home;. one daughter, Patricia Miller of Riverside, Calif.; four sisters, Della Williams of Arlington, Carrie (?hristiansen of Marys- ville, Katie Santeford of Everett and Rene Santefi)rd of Arlington; hmr brothers, Amel Kroeze of Everett. Gerit of Everett and Peter Kroeze of Lake Stevens; two granddaughters, "leresa Shepherd and Sharlene Hutton, both of Riverside. Calif. and two great grandsons, Ezra and Aaron Shepherd. He was preceded in death by a brother. Edward. Funeral services will be Saturday, April 25 in the Assembly of God. Arlington. The Rev. Rollin Carlson and the Kroeze Brothers will officiate, Private interment, under direction of the Weller Funeral Home. will be in Floral Hills Cemetery. Honorary casketbearers will be Gary Chrisman, l.eonard and Gilbert Emory~ Mark and Robb Carlson and Verne Kroeze. Active bearers will be Gerit, Amel and Peter Kroeze, Donald Hedges, Russell Shaw and l)ona[d Hutlon. Friends wishing may make memorial contributions to the Assembly of God Building Fund. RED ,,lO.,Y Beans " "- 3 ,,. s 1 .... or I~k Ihl4, ~t row. Apple Cider..,.,~. Hou~ s 129 Kru.t______PANCAKE (w~,. w~.,,,.,s) s I ss L'~! ~IL MIX . lv/termllk, $.S lb. i J~ Lumberjack Syrup .., s lS' Libby's Fruit cocK. 83' TAIL . . . N~. Theodore M. Danner Theodore M. Danner died April 12, 1981. He was born June 1 I, 1922 in Arlington and was a veteran of WWII. He leaves his wife, Florence, at home; daughter. Sheryl Ann Danner of Everett; sons, George, Melvin and Michael; brothers, Ernest, Clarence and Clifford; sisters, Alma Olson, Emma Grove and Clara Engstrom. Services were herd April IS in Everett with the Rev, Silas Erickson officiating, Only one oyster egg in four million will reach maturity. ARSON ALERT! I I[111 I II II I If You Have Any INFORMATION CALL; 259-9557 OR 259-9393 Need Homes. Both puppies pictured above are now at the Arlington-Marysville Animal Shelter near the Arlington Airport. These two cute puppies and others are available for adoption by contacting the shelter, 435-4024, or stop by from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. iii iii T.V. BIBLE CLASS with Dee Egge, Monday 9:00 PM Channel 8 "FRIENDS OF FAMILY" with Dee Egge, hosting (Special Interviews of Special People!!) Tuesday 7:30 PM Channel 8 ARLINGTON ASSEMBLY SUNDAY SERVICES, Thurs. 7:3{,PM&Sun. It AMCtL 8 ALL ON CABLE T.V. CHANNEL 8-Colorful! Unique! Challenging! i ii i i i Church First Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Reverend and in Tacoma April 14 ordination c( Temple Baptist served at 5:30 and at 7 p.m. The spring ation was held during Vancouver, B.C. Among Canada for the Mrs. John Portman, Kazen, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Pete Kroeze Breekveldt. She was Okanogan. ter on All types of Typesetting Absolutely free delivery One-day service Guaranteed Reasonable We are a part community Please call to ask a Able STAR-KIST Tuna CHUNK Coca Cola Fresca, Tab or Sprite 6 179 Heinz Ketchup 0.,,98c iracle WhiP4Bo$" 199 Ovi Bread CIorox Bleach Gallon ~t Bounce ,AS,~ " 89' SOFTENER ..... ~ ct, Smack Ramen Instant Noodles Nissin 5,~1 Yui:mn Coffee ,,.,. ,-, sn,, ...... 2-1ki mlP High Yield Coffee."',~= sS~' Folgers Coffee.'~'"?]~ s4~ 9 DUNCAN I&S el. Ab HMS Cake Mix :3~"*s')' ~t w... ~1,, MA~ Detergent ..... ,,.. ~ Coronet ~[~L ....... .,, 69' Cat Litter .... ~..., i. 99' Alamo ,o~ s7o~ FOOD ......... 15411. Lucerne Parkay Lucerne ,u, Orange F l%Yogurt garine Ice Milk Juice A S S109 0,S1'9 Ilr 8oz. 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(l~i. lb. 4b Lean Ground Beef Any Six. Pachop lb.$ I 59 i illl ill n i CROSS Beef RIB Roast U.S,D.A. Choice BONELESS Scotch Buy Franks ,.lb... s 1'* o~., Balog .h, 99' MAYER n~ ...... ll~. Pkl. w.~ vl~, S~Z49 Bacon, Sliced ,,.,; ,., s. ,,,. SMOKED .~.~. Chub ... ,,--,...,~ sy, Whole Fryers Grade A, FRESH South.rn Grown ib. 59c i Smoked Picnic s2'9 ""'"' 89' lb. 1, S,,.d, ~,.,lm] lb. [~[~1~ Snapper ,,.,,, lb. $ I s' ~[~~ Perch .... ,...,lb. s 1" [~::~ True Cod,~ lb Sl" [~{~[] Dover=mu~" "-""lb" s ..")6, bL CUT Wmk rm~m Fryers .... ,.,.....,.,..,lb. 79c Fryer Breasts. ,,,,,. s ~,, , . WedL ~'ou, S. Fryer Thighs .w,,,."'~... ~. s 16, Split Broiler "*'- .$,,.,. ~.,lb 79' Prices effective Wednesday, April 22rid thtu Tuesday, April 28, 1981. Soles in retail quantities only. Navel Oranges c.,,,.::. 5Sl NO. 1 ll~sk. ~ss, Potatoes ~-. 10 ~ $169 Salad Tomatoes 2 d., s 16' Zucchini Squash ': ~:49' Sugar Pegs. ,--,,.-s ~ 9, ..... ~,ib. I Dry Quart, Sl.15 Strawberries I F I P-I DEVELOPING& 110,121 I ! q.010rrllm PRINTING ~r155 I i"'" $1i991"E''' s'l,~l Iloll I I Rdl 41~ Everything you want from a store... anda little bit more,..