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[ THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, A,]I IN G T()N. T! i URS.. A PRrl, 30. I q53 PAGE FIVE i ' " i i Anne Meugniot Phone 152J1 LIBRARIANS afternoon, Miss took Student Librar- Lamrock, Gertrude Simpson, Nancy At the Rebekah Club, which met with Mrs. Christie Waterman Moday night, Mrs. Hilda Young was honored with a handkerchief shower, this being the end of her term as district deputy of the lodge. trilyn Amy and Hazel RETURN TO CALIFORNIA an )en house giv- .. ...... iM'v $1"ty OI .... w ash- . ~vlr. ann, Mrs. oonn tsrown nave of Li'brari -shi'- lust returned to their home in ....... a,. t~.p. Upland Calif. after having spent ~,t the unive.rslt~'. L1- their vacation' vinitinu with their CloCK Tne uoranans - ~.-; "; ~M:"orrest ab ." .... parents, mr ann ...rs r out me opportunl- " " " r 'ar .... I Brown of Marysvllle, and M y worK, ann snoweaI nd the librar and the and Mrs. Otto Bluemke of Ar- ra "y " -- I lington While here Mr and Mrs. Lies iocateo in ornerj~. " , ~ .~ ~:. ~h,e,~ W~ .; .... ~rown ano Mr. an~ ~,--~. ~,u ,:,. uey men naa a ~ea in f Shir l ........... I ke attended the wedd~lng o - t union DOll(ling. The Sc~,,,,~ ..~ H,,,,,i~, [ley Van Rooy and Malcolm Har- :;"."" ~%.'~: ......... "Iris of Seattle, Mrs Brown being L~ rnlsalialr everyl .... **"-~-~-~--ias for her the student librarianst u.~ .u~ .~c~,.~=~,,,,, ,~ high schools. ThelCusln" h School library ........... te . ._ Sea.~le~"me Memouist laaies are stih n outslfle it - b inv .......... Icollectmg old magazines an- l[e(:l toattenct thiS ' I catalogs for the parsonage fund. . . . ~Mrs. Louis Kraetz is in charge of ~ANQUET NEXT TUES. /cllectins" L raembers attended the/VIrSclrrrs A~. ~S.~o_er and Mrs night meetin of the " " P " ..... g . -. Blaine Nelson spent last week- -u r'roiesslonal w o- end at W S C in Pullman where at the home oI mrs. " ' " " " ' an i Mrs. Viola Ander- they attended the fiftieth n- M ~" - " rv versary celebration of the Home rs. t~ates in se - des " "" P "af Economics Department. Both are sort. Mrs. eg ~ - ded o~ - roun,~table graduates of this department. ~e" ~'~ "~ - -~ . Mrs Soper was among the lunch- ~egates eiectea to at- ~,,." t.~r~ ,, ~-turd~- They tate conventmn in .......... " Ma- were Mrs Gaff atrenaea a tea ano tour or tne ~I Y- - ~. :"- , home ec cottage and the other lss Juoy tme~strom "'" " that n .... "1 faelhtles of the department was gatnerea ior ....... ~)ks " ~he comin- aIternoon. Tney amp visited the E~ Ior t~ .... g Ohme Gardens in Wenatchee ann vera nan rnree . e ........ While at the college they were uatests ior me eve-guests of Mary Louise Soper at The prizes were Eva Toomey, Mrs. Mrs. Maude Barter. Will have its spring Cedarcrest next Tues- $ * $ i~ a Legion Auxil- ~t Thursday evening, Mrs. Jack Haley. Society for Chris- of the First Metho- will meet Wednes- , May 6, with Mrs. 216 Dunham. S~CIAL CLUB Verd and Mrs. Way- entertained the Fidel- Club at the Verd home fterna0n. They serrveed the following guests: Mrs. Ruth Marx- the Community House. Another feature of last week- end at WSC was the "Little In- ternational" .stock and agricul- tural show, a little fair put on annually by the ag. department. This year Forrest Holland won first prize on his FFA booth and Jack Thorsen won second prize with his agronomy booth. BIRTHDAY PARTY A maypole with gay streamers to each place centered the table at Marie Lindquist's birthday party April 15. Marie, the daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Cart Lind- quist, was celebrating her eighth birthday. Each little guest re- ceived a May basket as a favor. Those present were Sharon Mul- len, Patricia Murphy, Tonita Kil- arian Hafterson, Mrs. lough, Elizabeth Meugniot, Mar- ck, Mrs. Florence ian Jacobs, Paula Schulberg, Lin- Capitola Brounty, da Lorenzen and Marie's sisters :inK, Mrs. Kate Hol- Sharon, Bonnie and Carmel. The s. Peggy Kennedy. girls played several games in- Ca presided over the doors, then enjoyed playing out ting, at which plans in the sunshine. Also invited but ~r the luncheon the unable to be ~present were Janet serve at the VFW and Susie Johnson, Sherrill Moe, and Irene Peterson.- Evening .:::~ .,, h or wi,h Arthur Godfrey and all his Little Godfreys i n d by Godfrey's choice for the Miami broadcasts of his TV show... Sep- arates in Original Sailcloth that give you the flair.., the fit .... the fun lovin' look you need for sum- mer living! Washable, wearable. wonderful in delightful new colors, al lunmistakably White Stag. a) SLEEVELESS TOP to wear tucked in or out, 10-20.._...$4.50 LITTLE BOY SHORTS, cuffed shorts, side zip- ped, sizes 8-20 .......... $3,95 b) COVER TOP for wear- ing in or out. sizes 8- 20 .................................. $4.95 d HOE-DOWN S K I R T with hip pockets. Sizes 12-18 .......................... $6.95 c) STA-BRA stays in place, de- tachable, adjustable straps, I0~20 ........................................ $2.95 WHISTLE eBRITCHES, uncur- led shorts, 8-16 .................... $3.75 d) TUCK-IN BODICE, a sun-back, butVon- back halter, 10-20 ......................................... $3.95 SWIRL SKIRT with six gores, sizes 10- 20 ........................................................................ i.$8.9~ WAIST CINCHER, S-M-L .......................... $1.95 Colors: Clean White, Sail Red, Summer Navy, Depth Green, Tar Black, Charcoal, Heavenly Blue, Pink Coral. Seal Brown. Sun Yellow. Maplenut---all with contrast rail- road stitching. MR. AND" MRS. DONALD C. hO]~ r MAN the bride of Mr. Donald C. Hoff- white bible and white orchid. man, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. She was attended by Mary Smith, of R. 4, Arlington, the R~v. A. O. Quall perlorming the cere- Rogne, maid of honor, who wore a Uress of rose net, and carried mony. yellow rosebuds. Bridesmaid was Preceding the, ceremony, Roy M. Larsen sang I Love You Tru- lyy and "The Lordks Prayer." tie was accompanied by Mrs. Clif- ford Knudson. The bride was given in mar- guests were Mr. and Mrs-.-James Alex and Mrs. Cal;olyn Hart. Mr. and Mrs Bill Shepard ~pent the week-end, Monday and a-t Hot Tuesday, Harrison Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Hendrik were called to Sedro-Woolley Wednesday morning bv the se- rious illness of his mother. It will be no news to mothers and teachers that the grade school population is still in the throes of mumps. rner..,. .~,.v,,z~. ~tAaOOL STUDENTS .)lant trees on the school forest land Note ringed alder. This was done to kill the alder cover and permit growth of evergreen planting. ' O ARCHIE NEELEY GOES TO KETCHIKAN Archie Neeley, a resident of Arlington for many years, for- merly employed as fireman at the Arlington Lumber & Plywood Mrs. Lorraine Sparing ~who wore Co., will depart on Friday aboard a dress of blue net, and carried~the S. S. Baranof for Ketchikan, a bouquet o~ yellow roses. [Alaska, where he hopes to fol- Attending the bridegroom as low his trade. best man was Leonard Grayof Seattle. George Hoffman, brother man Wigle, Prosser, Wash.; Mr. of the groom, Athol, Idaho, and and Mrs. Frank Jolly and son Clifford Nelson and + Clarence Gone, Opportunity, Wash.; Mr.t Fulls were ushers. ~ ' and Mrs. George Hoffman and'~ Following the ceremony a re- ception was held at the Bryant son, Idaho; Mr. and Mrs. Harleyl Grange hall, about 200 guests at- Bartlett, Neah Bay, Wash.; Mr. tending, and Mrs. Don Rogne and daugh- Assisting at the reception teL Bonnie Jean. Mr. and Mrs. were-Mrs Z Booth who cut and . .. ... , . . . Porter Rogne, Tacoma, Mr. and served rne weo(nng cake assist- ~ .......... ed by Mrs. W W. Booker Mrs. ~wrs. &mon r~ogne, oiga, wash. Roland Ensign Mrs. John Udeen The guests enjoyed dancing Mrs. Ole ~Iackson Mrs. Ben In~:}following the reeeption Shirley's ham ' -~orchestra furnighing the music ;~'e gift tables were in charge] from 10 to 12 p.m. of Miss Gwenn Trestrail, of Se- After a wedding trip to British attle, Miss Geva Rao Ingrain, as- Columbia, the young couple will sisted by Miss Ivy Butterfield,lmake their home in Mount Ver-I Miss Lila Kinney, Miss Myrna]non, where Mr. Hoffman is era-I Engstrom. ]ployed in the Darigold plant,t J Miss Betty Espe had charge of]Mrs. Hoffman being employed in i the guest book. Out-of-town]the Mt. Vernon branch of the' guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Sher- First National Bank of Seattle. I NEW DE LUXE Li AUTOMATIC PUSHBUTTON RANGE Here is the range that has everythingl All of the wonders of General Elecfi'ic "Speed Cooking"---fast, easy, exact cooking, plus shining cleanliness are yours with this wonder range. From its lighted pushbutton switche to its huge, new Three-Way Oven it has everything to make meal preparation a joy! And its beautiful Rew design is breathtaking. LOOK AT ALL THESE FEATURES! ~ NEW AUTOMATIC DEEP. WELL FRYER NEW HUGE ALt-CAtROD THREE-WAY OV~[/ti~ AUTOMaTiC OVEN TIMER NEW EXTRA-HI-SPEED CAL- ROD COOKING UNIT WARMING DRAWER DEEP-WELL THRIFT COOKER ,ff FOURTH RAISABLE SURFACE UNIT "A" PUSHBUTTON CONTROLS TEL-A, COOK LIGHTS BUILT-IN CONDIMENT SET SALT CONDITIONER ELECTRIC ~INUTE TIMER PHONE 643 ARLINGTON, WASH. IT'S GOOD NEWS! And you hath he quickened, who were dead in trespasses and sins; Wherein in time past ye walked according to the course of this world, according to the prince of the power of the air, the spirit that now worketh in the children of diso- bedience: Among whom also we all had our conversation in times past in the lusts of our flesh, fulfilling the desires of the flesh and of the mind; and were by nature the children of wrath, even as others. But God, who is rich in mercy, for his great love wherewith he loved us, Even when we were dead in sins, hath quickened us together with Christ, (by grace ye are saved). Esp. 2:l-b. FRIDAY and SATURDAY sao s $2 Oxfords and flat straps BOYS' FIELD BOOTS Heavy oil tan. Sizes 3'/~ to 5~ ........................................ 29" TABLE LAMPS Just a few~ 3-way lighting ................................................~U* BOYS' WOOL SWEATERS Slipovers and Navy coat ..................................................tgt~* Flannels and rayons ........................................................ BOYS' PLAID JACKETS 4 " "32-oz. all wool products. 10 to 16 ................................ BOYS' LINED JEANS eO Plaid flannel lined. 10 to 16 ............................................ ~* MEN'S HEAVY UNDERSHIRTS 50% wool. 42 to 46 ................................................ 1.50 Cotton. Size 46 .................................................... WOOL TWEED TOPCOATS 3 only. Fine quality .................................. 3 ............... MEN'S WOOL SUITS 2 only. Size' 37 and 38 ....... , ........................... ; ............... MEN'S WOOL SPORT COATS 5 only. Sizes 38 to 44 .................................................... MEN'S TAN TWILL JACKETS Heavy, Sanforized! 36 to 46 ............................................ 75c $20. $20. $4. Sleeveless. Special purchase! ..................................... WOMEN'S SKIRTS ........ $3. o,,d $5. WO IEN'S LONG COATS All wool boucles ............... ........... ....................... GIRLS' WOOL COATS Short and long .................................................................... to~. GIRLS' SCHOOL SWEATERS $1" Wool'coat style. Navy blue ....... '. .................................... WOMEN'S QUILT ROBES Don't miss these ..................................................... Only $3. GIRLS' QUILT ROBES ,.6x .................... $2. ........................ $3. wo z 's, zsszs $1. $4. $6. ~=~s, ,~zsszs ..................... $2. LINED WINTER CAPS Men's and boys. A few only ........................................ MEN'S KNIT SPORT SHIRTS Only a few. Red only .................................................... I REMNANTSI Good Assortmentl GIRLS' SLEEPING WEAR Flannel gowns, pajamas. 8 to 14 .............................. WOMEN'S HEAVY ANKLETS Triple roll cuff .................................................... 3 pairs MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS $1 50 Woven patterns! 14% to 17 ........................................ I.