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PAGE FOUR THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, TttURS., APRIL 23, 1953. t Ambulance Call Mrs Harold Reade and .f.~- I~ | t~ ,, i ] Oxygen Administered Douglas went to Redmond Thurs- necora onsumpuon .. xz A l i[ .z., The ambulance was called to ciay to vi3it at the home t,t :.c~!p~r ~ I~. | DI-i,12-1.1Y1 ['.l }lit , Mrs; Horace Enyeart, the Harley Smoke home Tuesday sister Mrs. K. B Dincov and faro. UI dairy roods ,aiAlice Thomsen [ [ Mrs Lynn t .................... [afternoon when their five-year- i!y and another sister wnu ~asI ~.~ . . ' ~ Phone 250W3 [ I corresp ~1 ~oor~ t;unnmgnam ~v~r ano oars A, taowara anulm,~ cnn hoo~m,~ vorv ill Whan tnere on a visit, Captain I-~ek ~ L.nleago--nmer~cans consumeu n-u..., w~.~ r,_.....~ Community Club Called by Death lchildren went clam digging on[t~l~e ~c~il~(~be"came~ una~)le-to Landis from Fort Eustis Virgin-['fl)o-t 45:~ pound of da;ry foods "'-.~.r ....... ~ .... Meets Friday "v he 5amish Island Saturda " , ~ ...... mere was a mt oI excitemem' Word has been recel ed of t ' Y" [breathe and started turning la is spending a part o~ ,m: t,,ec[~er person during_ 1952 it llas~,t *he B~-- In~h-m h--~-e ~astiBelng the last death of E K. Cunningimm, bet-[ Mr. and Mrs. E L Howard[blue the railroad crew sum- weeks leave visiting with her[been announced here " ' ~ / - =%- ~ ~ -- " .... --~Imonth the Victoria ter known as "Boots." He andlspent Friday afternoon visitingimoned by Mrs Smoke assisted two sisters here on the coast. , . , ..... . ~ .. f~a.turaayar[ernoon, it seems ~nejmeetin~' will be held his family lived in Darrington[at the home of Mr. and MrS.lby giving him" artificial respir-Mrs. Reade and son, Mrs. Dincov[n~[~ ~e/~oof ln~Vl~Ua, eaa~v c nl~2ren.nad go~n some.~yna-[The joi~t Fair commi for many years. The past fewlJames Armstrong and son Greg-[ation until the ambulance ar and son and Captain Ldmds all~___, ....... ~ .:,_~,y~_%,-~,-__-:, .... \=. ~l:,. .......... ~,,?:,,, ......... "lin~ has been held a~ sh " ca !COll~UlIlpUOn ol WHOle milk and vesrlgarlng to see li lne:~ were years was spent at Joyce, Wa ., dry of Edmonds [rived After the ambulance at- me to Darrlngton Sunday.. ........... ~o,~ ............. i , ~ ~n ,).~ ...~o~...~ ..... lbe Dart of the eve~ " [ - ~1~==~111 W,~ ~, ~OV~overlorew~[any good,na~, ,,=,,,,~,,,,~,,,~ ,,, . - . . near Port Angeles he leaves a v where they will visitat the slb .... ~- - 1 Saturday evening visitorsat[rived the child was gl en oxygen ........ ivears the Purchase of cheese hitthavin~ his first fin~er and[mess with a pos WlUOW, ma, one son ~ougms at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fer-[by means of the resucitator by Keaae nome. Mrs. ~mcov .ang,~n all time- high ice cream held thum~ on 'his left han~lblown[SPbakeron blood typ! nome, a daughter lwrs Tanner . . . ' [I son plan to return to Kedmonfl .... sMn~tl--[Ma~idwa 1 .... man ~enson ann family were Mr Gordon McArthur, Lewis Noble . . . . 'its own and dr milk set a new . coffeecommittee th. " hitd " . . . y off and his face prettymuch o~ ~verett and one grandc , r Victor Gilmour H ter r r ab an Tuesday and L aptain bantus ' . John Tanner. of Everett Mrs. and M~: E[ L Howard and Mr[ ~ondr,EtdenUtnkenJto :~e Ar~U;tonwill stay until the week-end reB:der and eva'-orated and b~nhgoed:PaY~eI~ghamwa me~ranBda:le~' Tanner and.ner orotner uougiaS[and Mrs. James Sawyer [hospital He was found to have: Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bates, M.r!~,,,,a .... n .~,~t, ~ A,,, ,~-., -]Pearson tonk Boa tn the ha~nital[ -------- both attended the 19arrmgton .... 1 was and Mrs Morris Lon and two .......................... ' ....... -~-~" " u( ~oh..~c I Visiting at the home of Mrlpneumn)a and one _ung . .~ " ~ ~- g _. .[slightly in ner nerson consumn-IWhen made another trip to take[.. Sunday dmnel g.. ........ land Mrs E L Howard and son|completely congested. He re- oaugmers oT uarrmg[on, oar ano't~.... ,~...~. ,~.L ..2..~ ........ ~- [the oldest daughter now,, anlt~oumryman home wc .... [~ ..... ~undav evening were[mained in the hospital until Fri- Mrs. Farm Bates and family of, _ ..... [she needed Tat - ~,,t ,,~ h.,n., [Mrs. Edgar Parrlsh o Sunday visitors at the home oI ....... , --.. , ~ " Halterman S r a Dr F ' These Iacts were revealed, ............. ~," . , . ............. Jan- and Mr.~ Johnie Miller of[day. He spent a few days in bed pu nd J. .I .............. iin~, Mr In~,h-m returned h~me[and ML and Mrs. 13o oar. ann oars: 2oyd ~arom ~r.]~-;,~-~ -Mr-" Miller i~ attending[after his return home. Watsan of Cottage Lake weret,~ms week ~.n me w~6 1.ssue.or frn'm tho h~n~,'t~! Mnnd.~v " [and family. were Mr. and ivlrs. L~on BlaCK.... t""~~. --:" -;~ .... - _., ,,_Yl ' ---------- Sunday dinner ~uestsat tact" rmw Americans use Their dairyI .......... *" ........... " I ~, ................ *~ -~ I m~n .,rid Mr and Mrs Flovdla meeting in beaum anu ~v~r~I ..... "- -- ? -- -- -1Foods" a sn'-~ial renort iss,,oa~ ~ ~ ,~,,**a~ ~;~,=~ ,,~ I4"~'rhi~"J'r "~nd family ali of Bel [Miller is spending the weeklam~utance Muay nome OI oar. and .~lrs---~ra.nKlannuall,, h,,r~,,~ ~+U,~ n~'~lWedding Reception Ison home over the .................... - -- - " .... Darrin ton ambulance Bryson or. anu Iamlly. Tne ain- . ~ ,,z. ,,= ,,,~,v,,~,, ,_,~,,,~. w r V~ lingham ]visiting with her father, Mr. Roy[ The . .g .... ] ........ ,,~ ~ ..... n, w,ton!C'o'~ne'l. Chicago a non-profit I This week~ program at the] e e Mr. and Mrs. ^ " 'Howard made Iour calls last week un ..... .......... v. ,~ ~ ........ , . - ' r 1 " " The Horn rs t; Thomas Ashe who is employed .. : ........ [Monda,, Anril 13th the ambu who helped build the SauK Vat-researchand educational agency[G ange hal_ is the weddingre,t .... emakm --e ~- Ueattle snent the week-end atl vlrs. ulen Jones anu oaugnterl /,_ ~. ~... ' .... "4 le,, church over thirt .... ears a-o [Ior tne o. ~. dairy industry. I cepnon oi Ann uogne and ~)on tne rsranastrom nora, ;~,,,,~,~',,~'~i~ ,.mi~, h~ r)~r [Jo Ann spent Sunday in Seattle|lance tOOK ~on ~nason tome Ar-l~~ .......... ~ ..... ~nz ...... ,s.,~:[ Th,~ .~t,,.~ ................. [Hoffman Friday night, April 24,[topic for the afternoon! rinatnn [visiting at the home of Mr. and[hngmn .hospital,..iOllOWlng ;~,,, tha oh....h f ....... taanloon~nmntlnn ,-,f and Saturday night, the 25th,[plannmg. ........ . . .- .I Mrs Harold Jones and son Mark.|automoolle accident, tie was ~"" ;2"- ~""',~'~ ~u ~,~L'~:~,~',~t lbs[---"2:.~k"':.,~..Z::7~-.~,:'-~'~'2," Iwill be the weekly Grange dance. Mr and Mrs ChaS. The special services Dy rat[ . have thought to havehad a broken, . I .... ~ . t Mr and Mrs Harold Jones Whldbe sland s en ~""~ *^ b~ held at the Dar- " . .... [~,.... ,a .... ~,~.i. .......~b~ when the Baptist church was'above prewar and more than 70] ........ [ Y - P rin~,ton Bantist church will beljUst recently moved into. t Le: [.....~t. ~.~,., ..... -d foroarn~ break built in Darrmgton. He ~s eighty- per cent above twenty years ago.I~,~,~r" ,. .... .~.,Anurew ..t, ein[ ,vlth Mrs. Erlckson a~[ _ .~. " ........ ..__, newly purcnased numb ]ntnel;t~-" "'"'-~?'~ "V' .. ~ .. _7 ,,no ,,ears ,,f o~,,~ o,n ~o~ snent Fwent,, five ,,oars a~,,~ ~it~o m,,,o~,,~,--- ~,,~,,,,o,.u ~,,~ bi LilloertlDanielsons nela every nlgm at t~, oeginnlng!,ot~,~,~,~,~ ~i~trict Itie was taken oy ~enny Bennett ~. ~ .~,. -s~ .,-,,,, --o ~. . -- ~' ~'-- - ~,Y ..... ,':'"?,~lnlace and moved in- last week-~ .... ".. .-,,i April" 26 and continuing until ........ . s .... and Eldon Lute. sixty years preacmng me gospel.~man. D per cent oI tne. nation s end'- Tl~o: "~lr[-da, y ~t-, May 3rd. The great world faro- Mrs. Alta Long )s spending aI Wednesda" A'-ril 15th Helen Dr. Watson preached the Sunday milk supply was used in the pro-/ 7" ........ [~.reetlngs to Mrs. Mel~ ous stone display "A Little Bit ofl~ew nays in Arnng~on, VlSlnnga~[Davis was ~r~ou~t home' in the morn!ng services at the Baptist (lucdon of cheese. In recentl oar:anf r-irs, aonnnle ~raulsen~Fridav afternoon. Heaven" will be shown Monday, tne nome o~ ner oaugmer, Mrs.1 _ . . ~: ..... enurcn last Sunday. He spent lyears cheese has. used ten per-Iare tne nappy parents o~ a oaoy] Sunday afternoon ! ,i~ht only A"ril 27th. "t Earl McQuesten and family. [amDu.ianceTrom ~ne ~vere~t.L, en- ~aturday night at the home of lcent of the total. " [girl born Saturday. morning at[the George Baldwin ""~v~" v:,,~'~th Bennett de-[ Mr. Dick Loughnan and Mr.lera~,.n^sp~ai._~[lwmg~.~n]u~es Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bates. [ Ice cream consumption ba.]the.Arhngton Hospital.. .... [Mr. and Howard $11 ............... , . . ~e,..:eaveu m a. autu,,uo,= ~,.- , ~ miss rieien /~lll VlSl(ed ner ...... ,o,~ h, ~,~ motherMrs I Julius White played golf at],~.~,,,,, c~+....,_....,~,.. A...~, ~ Darrington Service and Sales ~tood at 14 qts. per person for the ........... i family of Marysvllle. ~,,-,t,-,,-~-- ~J --~-' " " ei %,luulti., ,o~tuluo.v Ill,ilL, ~'~)lli .k.k . Dro[nerLeonard ~111, ann iam- Sunda on a,,,~r~v Cr~wford and son Clive[Cedar Crest, Sunday while th r].... ,~,~ do h~,,h ......... 1~,~,~ held its opening day Saturday past three years, an amount 75 ..... ;4 ............. [ y afterno. ...... - --- I ' " " he "" ~"~ "~ -.s ..... z ............. , ~ ,xJv at r~remerton las~ lnursuay. ~the Harry Ha e now hath nf l~Vorott attended funeral wives and chlldre/l enjoyed t ] e.bnnl C'~rl C,~'-,, ,'~,'-*,,~ th,~ April 18. Ron Bauguess, owner : per cent above prewar consumpt- I "~,~,A ,~.~.. ~-~.. o .....~ . ns n _, ............. ' ' v ............... z ............ 'l" " .,.= -~a.,,~ ..,.= ~lris praeueeo and Mrs Albert Han~ ]park m E erett will o crate the station with the ion Present consumption of ice . . services for a friend, at Cottage ambulance P ~ " [ " Grove, Oregon, last week. They Last week's visitors at the[ Sunda-' mornin% A--ril 19th assistance of Julius White. Therelcream ismore than twice thelkpr~lg~F~ret~e~:~odoSI~m~ and Mrs. Edward Lart left on Sunday and returned home of Mr and Mrs Joe Paul[~,t..a ~ ...... :~o ~.,... += were free aou~.hnuts and coffee amount consumed per person in w-r'-' .... ' _[Everett. home Wednesday. On their way and son Gerald were Mr and[,'~'"~,;~,,t,~:~'~,~:~t~.:=~.,,o:~_ and many prizes, including a 1920 a fact attributed to an in- ma~eeU_lns ~emnrYth~~iSkean Mr. and Mrs. Ros~ hnms~ they made a short visit at Mrs. L. L. Paul and daughterlWY ";"'.:"-? ...... r..-.-._-.. ~.'"t', ~tealn iron, electric clock, nine creasing awareness on the part of ~ P ......... 7.. I Mt..Vernn were ! t'l~e'home~)f"~Ir and Mrs Calvin Linda of Tacoma Mr Paul has[elL_ zonowlng.a .stroKe. u,y.oe grease jobs, and a tire given:consumers that ice cream is a],~meo~me o~a ~me,.~sn~ngleyenlng visitors o.~ .~t T.,,i~ ~n,~ " family of Van-lust recently returned from jra[n.am ann Ar~ wrlgm too~ mm away Saturday. ]food in itself, not just a luxury I~.~'h"2:'~~..~". L."_Y_.._'_'=_'s;_"~X'v~"lriansens and on ThU.r ...... in me amoulance , ~tu guou Juc~ zJsnlng reSt ~un nlng Mr and Mrs FI| co'uver. "~ " korea Mr. Bauguess and family came! Per person domestic coneumpt- day " -- :: " --------- I.. _ 7------'- to Darrington about fifteen years ion of dry whole milk and non-[ Oi~ Thursda,, la~ ~' ~,uo,~[n the riansens..~ .... ~ t;a~ Damagecl , v ' - J ~ *'**" -- ~*'**~Mr and ~ars ~rllB~ G~orge Bowman, Jr., Attend Pohce School ~...,a ~.o ~.~o,, ~.~.b,~ ago. He purchased a small ser -!fat dry milk solids has increased!brought Mrs Rue Ennis her sonI- "" -- "- " ~ r~ .... a.u ....o. ,,,~-*~z~-.-.--- .... o , Janlce l)aVla, ann ~" Home F~om Germany Eleven men from Darrin ton~ . ice station and converted it into spectacularly to a combined totaltJim and dau,,hter~ v [ ....... ,~ g :had the misfortune to have their ' " I . , ,, Ne a and,turbo to Lverett anu ,' George Bowman Jr. arrived at attended the police school in Ar-new 1953 Pontiac greatly dam- a serv)ce station, and store..A of almost 5 lbs. [Mary and the two children MarY[Merle Ludwig and l! rt L wlsThursaa after naY ~" g contest was nell1 Ior a name ior , , For /.e~. ~.~ ,.. c.,y~ .... ,.,,,,,~,: l ington, Friday night: They were. aged Saturday night, April llth the store and was won b- Mrs -W~~und the|iS taking care of to spend the[This is the first great| ~~ai~dnrm~t~i ~~ ~i ~~Tc~hby ~i~ri! ~i!!i Mil ~mgat years ago ~e]egna~gilil Ar t~~d Fnw~ ~Ae~iiiy;7 ~. ~g~artnYee, i ~~!i ,~!a~nt i~o~ j ~pjM:n ii~te~ilge Ji~r . " . _". .. - = " come around the corner on the -"w --lled "~-^ ~'--din~ Center ~Snohomish, Seattle and Lake[ ' Fort Lewis later returned to ~ort Lew.~s on- die. wrong side of the road The es- *_~_~_, ,_~,"J ,-,~__'..~_,_*_~'*~,_[.~. .... 2 Stevens besides the local people! Udell spent the day in Seattle.' Mr and" Mrs Fr tll ~ar Bowman receives his (:llS- , LtIIU lelL IJtllllIlgtOIl, I'