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PAGE SIX THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, TttURS., APRIL 30, 1953. % % .... , ,.rt You can't mar its matchless ~ 1~- 11 R beauty It s completely new 6Kt .~ .,.~1~ -- completely different! It's ~tt*m," , guaranteed washable! ~orgeous new co/ors, ~ d n lovely pastels, rich deep Jql. | .~ t~nes...Ready to uso... I|'~" " 4~sy tO USO, V ,=At.. I elres~s havo shown thaf Super Kern-Tone v~ll withstand repeated wash- iq wUh erdinary hou|ehcdd foantrs v~out impeir|ng its I~F. MASSAR LUMBER C fo 9el fop performance from your car You'll always get smooth, even performance from your car and have more enjoyable driving if you use Chevron Supreme Gasoline' That's because it delivers a correct balance of all 8 high-performance qualities needed to get the most from engines-- quick starting, faat warm-up, smooth acceleration, economy mileage, full power, vapor-lock preven- tion, anti-knock, and area blending. You can always get Chevron Supreme Gasoline at home or wherever you drive in the West. So keep your tanks filled and let Chevron Supreme give you top performance every mile you drive. For more informali0n obout Standard Oil Company of California producls, call your local Slandard man i=. Telephone 311 Arlington, Wash. 2 to 4 p. m. Sunday afternoon, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. County Extension leader, Mrs. Fourth and Dunham with between seventy-five and Martin Tolenaar Sr. were Mrs. Olesom wi:H be there putting on one-hundred being served. !Rachel Beebe and Mrs. Smith a joint demonstration. Arlington, Washington lVIr. and Mrs. Harry Gladsjo both of Wenatchee. ~Iany members of the local A Branch of The Mother Church, The First Church of ChrL~t, spent the week-end ~n Tacoma word has been received that club were. ahsent at the last m Boston. Massachuett~. where they went td see Mrs.: Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Peavey who meetipg Ap~lt 2"2n.d s~ the origin- strm)AY SC~OO~. ....... : .................................................................. 11 Gladsjo's father who is ill. are in California, visited last al plains for a club dinner was stn~DaY s~-RvIC~. ............................................................ Mrs. Anna Delimonte was hon- week with Mrs. Mary Archerd of postponed u nti~ a later date. Testimonial meettng every Wednesday at 8 p.m. Reading ored with a birthday dinner Sun- SanDiego. _ c, _ , .... O edlfice---~pen Monday 2 to 4 p.m. and 'Wednesday 2 to 4 and day at the home of Mr. and Mrs..weeK-end ~, uests at .~ne ~mtee ............ rr~ p.m, excepting honaays. An are cordially tnvtted to, ox lvzr and Mrs ~narne wn Harry Giles and daughter. Other " -" " ..... r- se a , and to make free use qf the Reading P.oom. were Mr and Mrs and ramily were ~wr. and m s. .o ......... dinner guests . ........ , .... -1 ,__;,;. ^, c^~ mrs ~NIIIlS tillae, corr. Ohrlstlan Science program from The Mother Church, Boston xr .;~o ~f Arlington Mr andlverco WnlL~ ~lzu zazsza*2 ut o~ext- " ~t. .. o~ every Saturday 4:45 p.m. on Station KJR, Seattle. .o.,~o ~. ""-'" ..... ~ --'-- "~""-^ "~--'--^nd " rurOrl~= ~*s. iMrs O. L. Davis and daughter tlep~n~l~uIss ............... S',indav dinner g~ests at the 5etty, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ston.[OI Y -P"*rs Eddie Woods >. W. V'anasehe home were Mr. ~y and three children alld Hasenf Ev-I ana~Y'=twoan~f'v'~htersoau~ Jud"2 and and Mrs. Bert WiIkirm and Mr. 1~ ~rett Mr. and Mrs. Lloy "[ .... .......... ~'"r" and Mrs Jim Tucker of Keyport, va er and daughteY Rose and]JacKle and. ou~as~ .~ty*~.u.~ Mr and'Mrs Don Bergen and GRANITe. FALLS g ~ " r spent ~aturaay ]n r~verett vmIt- . **" Mrs. Fred Welsenburge. t ........ ~- ~-~ ~'-s Tommy of Granite Falls, Mr. and in at the nOillt2 U 11[ d.llU 1"411 Jerry Hayter, son of Mr. and[ " " Mrs. Orrin Underwood and fam- Special r-va~gelistic Services held nightly ex, ,:yl -vYor ii: y and Saturday in the Logton Hall, all welcom~ M~S~ed Ch:rl~Or~eeH~yte~irt~ nVndOl~r pM:S.l wWoa~d iIy~nd ~nl~ar~llzi~m. returned lecflon. with a wiener roast at his home[ .... a a st~rk shower in :home from Bellevue after spend- friends waru atteneu| Make Sure0f the Tuesday,.~A few of his | ...... da" at the home of ing 2 weeks there with hl~ nzece. It 15verett, lue~ y who we/e guests were Lee Syg" -| .. " * de Wold The shower Correction from last week. Art " Cecil ~ars ~ertru owicz, Randall Phllhps, | " ~-r Mrs William Wolfe Baxter is still in Arlington hos- Parris, Chuck Randall, Calvin was given zo ' ital inste'ad of Monroe hospi- Holhngsv, orth and Carolyn H y | ~,~,~ ......... lama , a - of Lake Stevens. P ' ~,-~ ~-.*-~nes Mrs Dick Gil- taI. , ter. , ~,~ ~r,~ m,~u,~ ~ ....n] bert and~vmnu~2Mrs. Paul Woodwardv~,. Mr. and Mrs. Ha roldHelge _ broad"Enteris thatYe inway,at thethatStraitleadethgate:tofOrdestruction,Wide is the g M ......................... , ....... in Seattle sho"~ motored to-Gramte ~unaay to an there be that go in thereat: Because strait is the g visited with Mr. and Mrs. Burl[spent visit Mrs. Weldon and daughter. Ensley at the Mornoe Lggingl"'~ -': ..... t the home of Mr Sunday callers at the Orrin narrow is the way, which leadeth unto life, and few V1Sltlng a camp. [---~ ~-~ Roe Wright from Sun- Underwood home were Mr. and that find it." Matthew 7:13-14. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Asne nayeI "ruesdav is Mrs. L. E. Mrs. Jack Treen of Everett; Mr. ,, returned to Darrington, afterl u-~ .-..~t.Ma_.svifle and Mrs. Ernie Anderson oz ~.aKe People sometimes say, concerning different de Lewis oz IVl 12 having spent several months in[ Mr and Mrs Roe" Wright ac- Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Jor- tions or churches We are just going to Heaven by North Carolina. Mrs. Ashe is the[^...~.~o,,~on by "l~rs L E Lewis genson and family of Seattle, roads." But that is not true. Jesus said that there is former Shirley Masin. ~1 :='a'va~'~]~te~ Mrs C ~I Gill Mr. and Mrs. ~]eorge Brower and road to Heaven, and that is a very narrow one,'and Mr. and /vIrs. Cleo Riddle ano~ ~.'.'~',. ~-~'rvsville "attended the family of Clearview and Mr. and is strait, or narrow. There is only one way to Heave family were Sunday afternoonl .uu~"~.",',_.t'~_" in Seattle Saturday Mrs. Jim Thompson and family, whOthat doSaY'the"Lrd'will of Lrd'"the will nOtr. thatget is,t doHeaven'the willbutofrt Ice 1~ OLlle~ ~ " visitors at the home of Mr. and/ . ~, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Patch re- Fathe[v er as regards the plan of sal ation. Those that take Mrs: Ferman Henson and family.[ nIgn~ae of the local loggers and ceived word from their daughter of salvation are saved by His blood. Those who depe Visiting at the home ol ~rs.~,,.^ ~, .... ~-,rvice men c, ave a in Germany saying sHe likes It Sylvia Hollin sworth and fam- t,~ r,,,=o~ ~,--. ~" " " a 3-st ceremonies or feeling or experiences are on the br( ~, ~,, ...... ugs-- ~s Hollin,s [stag party Friday night at the real we!lA.She/iv~S~ned in' ,fa~ their good deeds, their morals, their church memb~ ,j, ~*,*o .............. ~ "/l~~r ~tntion as a ~oin~ away .uu~ w,~,, a ,, J " that leads to destruction, and at death or at the sect worth's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.| .... =~"% "~'~;arren Pre'~ssen"tin - She has German neighbors on G. Ellison of Sedro-Woolley. |party ~or a*t the home of 'her both sides of her. ing of Christ they face the tragic awakening when Cl lVlr. and Mrs. Clyde Hward[.-~v-~--'~-'"~r and Mrs Bob Hil- Burna Pulliam spent the tell them, "I never knew you: depart from me, ye tl and sons s ent the week-end at P"'=" ....... . " . iniquity." -" " P" "'rs Sella Hoo"er|tn Sr. over Saturday and Sun- week end with H~!en' Under Askindly and tenderly as I know how I urge eve~ me Homes ox m . v .Ino,, wa~ Mrs Oroha Chase of wooa. and son Robert of Birdsview and u,,~ .... ... d|Seattle Miss Joyce Turner returned to check up again and make sure, of his salvation. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mineran / '~" home from the hospital on Mort- who claim to be saved are lost. You may be one of tla, family of Hamilton. . | ~ day, after spending a couple lions of church members are unconverted, unreg~ Thursaa A meeting was held Y/ I weeks there. ' . sinners living under the wrath of God. Perhaps you night and~chaperones were ehos- SHOULTES I Mr. and Mrs., Bert Wilkins of them en for the Teenage dances for the [ and Mr. and,MrS. Jim Tucker of There are many lost souls today. Some of them r, next four months. A g~oup of" friends gathered at Keyporj; spent the week-endiBibles. ~ttended church re~,,larly, gave to the poor, Week-end guests at the homes the Henry Sowards home on Sun- with Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Van- their tithes to the house of Go l, observed fast dayS, of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jones and day night for a surprise house- asche. family and Mr. and Mrs. Joe warming. They brought gifts of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Patch and Pratt and son were Mrs. Wallace home prepared canned fruits, family and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pratt who is leaving for Calif- jams and jellies and pickl.~s. Patch and family were week- ornia soon and Mrs. Etta Pratt The group included Mr. and Mrs. end visitors at the J. D. Patch Bellingham. ' Vern Sowards, Mr. and Mrs. home Mrs. Alma Jones, Mrs. Harold Frank Leggett, Mr. and Mrs. Her-[Attend Camp Fire Reade, Mrs. Charles Barnhart, shal Newman and Mrs. Malcom Mrs Jennie Underwood Mrs. Mrs. Floyd Weston, Mrs. Guy Lord. The evening was spent in] Shirley Helgeland', Mrs. Don Lemmon and Mrs. Delvina Over- playing pinochle. Mrs. SowardsIBunkelman, Mrs. Earl Hill and holt attended a meeting for just recently joined her husbandIMrs. Francis Van Noys and their Campfire Girls and Bluebird here, from Cashion, Okla. ~daughters attended the Camp leaders in Everett, Wednesday. The Quilceda Neighborhood[ Hre Girls Council Fire in At- Mrs. George Hanson will on-Club will meet at the home of lington on Friday night. Loretta tertain the briklge club at her Mrs. Ed Spencer on the Palmer home Tuesday, April 28th. "~road On May 7. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Paul and son o Gerry were Sunday dinner guests In Arlington - Phone 1344 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. KILLOUGH CLEANERS Maynard Baker of Oso, in honor tot of Mrs. Paul's birthday. EXPERT CLEANING Helgeland, Lilly Hill and Anna Johnson received honor of flying from Bluebird to Camp Fire. An- na Johnson was unable to be there to receive hers due to her siege of the mumps O confessional, perhaps, or attended prayer less many were faithful in "church work," but when they came to face Christ that He would them, that they were in His sight workers of ink manded to depart into everlastingshame and you now, and solemnly, that this is a serious that if you do not know that you are saved, you make sure about the question today. Remember that even Judas Iscariot, an apost Christ, died a lost man and went "to his own 1:25). For God so loved the world that He gave His onl Son that whosoever believeth in Him should not have everlasting life. John 3-16. Please attend the Gospel services 'held every ning in the Arlington Gospel halL 7:45, mad at 8 the Oso Community church building.