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HEARD ABOUT TOWN Mrs. Ruth M. Headley -- Phone GE 5.206 audience attended MTA-sponsored on Sunday after- gym with Paul H. the EJC music de- directing. The young played 16 pianos, 32 48 in the second, of the masters and composers, 15 !in all, delighting the . During intermission presented three from the Anna Rol- Scholarship fund, Ashcraft, vocalist, Stage, violinist and pianist. Play- were Vonda O1- Smith, Sandy and 01sen, Gayle, Shelley Swensen, Debbie Donna Wester- Reade, Mark Hester Bergan, Susan Robb, Jennifer Jamie Bohannon, and Among those concert were Mr. Harold Reade, Mr. Peterson, Mr. Ray McClure and W. Swensen, Mrs. Butts and daughter and Mrs. Millard Andy Haugen and Burgoyne and Star a short meeting of Caapter, OES on Wed- the members where they the Friendship Night of the Eastern Star, Eula Torske, Electa, Many visiting Were there and it was Refreshments Fidelity Chapter again on Wednesday, when the Rainbow put on a special Day service. All 'visiting members are the worthy matron, Hafterson. Mrs. Thomas Miet- her children of San California and Mr. Lloyd Lee and child- were guests of Miettinen for sev- this week. It was meeting of the Lees Thomas Miettinen. Jones and Dr. Snyder spent Monday, and Wednesday in they attended the Association Con- the Olympic Hotel. Mathews and her Mrs. Shirley over from Buhl, to attend the of King Raymond on m Bremerton. On the they spent a short John Wrage. Leslie Waterman of Mich., and her Gray of Cuca- are spending this Mr. and Mrs. Mose and with other rel- Everett and Seattle. to drive to Hesperia the week-end. Atnd Blossom Festival Among those in Wenatchee Saturday for the annual Wash- ington State Apple Blossom festival were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tveit and children Leora and Bobby, John Luthi, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Harley Robb and daugh- ter Lynn; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chew and son Ronnie and Miss Etta Lang were joined by Mrs. ttugh Putnam of Lake Wen- atehee, and spent Friday night with Mrs. Rose Kimball and family. On Saturday evening they watched the fireworks from the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Family, due to the rainy weather late in the after- noon. The 45 floats and other offerings were enjoyed by ap- proximately 100,000 people. The key. Father Edward Boyle and Mrs. Cecelia Ferg- uson attended a reception for the Rt. key. Monsignor John G. Mattie on Sunday afternoon in Immaculate Conception parish hall, Everett, following his in- vestiture earlier in the day in St. James Cathedral, Seattle. Father Boyle was formerly as- sistant to Monsignor Mattie in Everett. Members of the Pilgrim Fel- lowship of the First Congre- gational Church drove to East- gate Sunday morning where they attended church, with the Rev. James Fairbrook minister. Due to the stormy weather they ate a picnic lunch in the church parlors and later toured Woodland Park in Seattle. En- joying the outing were Cindy Jackson, Elaine York, Inez Lund, Deena Danubio, David and Dale Duskin, Phil Van- Horn, Eric Turner, Harold Smith, Bobby- Leach, Shelley Cady, Pam Sass, Linda Ruck- err, and the drivers, Mrs. Clyde Ruckert, Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Lund and Mr. and Mrs. Mel Sass. The annual banquet of Ar- lington B & PW club will be Tuesday evening,: May 28 at 7 o'clock, at the new Hasler Restaurant, 2913 Norton, Ever- ett. For information and re- servations please call this re- porter, at GE 5-2064. In Arlington last Tuesday evening were Mrs. Lloyd Mc- Caffery and Mrs. Howard Parker, Jr. of Monroe. Mrs. Laura Snyder attended investiture ceremonies Sunday for Monsignor Cornelius Pow- ers, held in St. James Cath- edral, Seattle, and also went to the reception for him, held later in Lady of the Lake Par- ish hall. Nine priests were elevated during the ceremony. On Monday evening pot.luck dinner was served in the parlor of the Assembly of God church followed by a suiprise an- niversary celebration for the Rev. and Mrs. Cornelius Rient- jes. On Thursday at 10:30 the Women's Missionary Council will meet at the church, follow- ed by potluck at noon. The CA's will meet Thursday at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Jennie Underwood has sold the White Swan Cafe to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kruse of Granite Falls. KNIT GROUP jacket, $12.98 I1 over solid sleeveless shell, , $8.98 Cotton Double Knit Observe Birthday On Wednesday afternoon the following ladies came to the home of Mrs. Elmer Spiering to observe her birthday an- niversary: Mines. Mac Hafner, Marie Tondell, Margaret Robb, George Dalton, Martha Mon- iger, Erma McGladrey, Sophie Kraetz, Susie MiLling, Olga Ludvigson, Delores Robb, Han- na Pearson and Hannah Sauer. ghe time was spent informally, followed by refreshments. (:In Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Harley Robb and daughters Janis and Lynn were dinner guests at the Spiering home, later taking Mrs. Sauer to the Pianorama in Everett. Dairy Queen At the Coronation banquet held Saturday evening in Zion Lutheran Parish Hail, Sno- homish, Miss Janet Henning of Stanwood was crowned Sno- homish County Dairy Princess. Miss Pam So fie of Monroe is the alternate. About 200 pers- ons attended the banquet, with Miss Beverly Twing of Stan- wood, serving as MC. Among those from this district were Mr. and Mrs. John Lovgreen and daughter Marion, and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Gulhaugen and daughter Alice Louise, and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hen- ning. Attend Tulip Show The annual Skagit Valley Tulip Show held during the week-end in the high school gym, at LaConner featured "Patios and Posies", enhanced by thousands of colorful tulips. There were fountains and a waterfall with a Japanese dis- play with three slji screens. There was an art show and handcraft booth. Hundreds of people viewed the beautiful ex- hibits, among those from here being the Rev. and Mrs. E. E. Tollefson, Miss Elsie Biber, Mr. and Mrs. Charles O. Jack- son, Jr., Mrs. Leo McCollough, Mrs. Marion Miller, Mrs. Max- ine Lewis, Mrs. Frances Smith and Cypthia, Fred Fingarson, Jennifer Lothian, Debbie Don- nelson and this reporter. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wiggs and son Gary were in iSeattle on Saturday where they attend- ed tim Washington State Track Meet at the UW and visited with Joe Wiggs of WSU. They met Mrs. Ray Wiggs and her father, Mr. William Matthews of Bremerton at the sports event. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Hutton on Monday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Enault and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mier of Seattle. On Saturday they were in Wen- atchee for the Apple Blossom festival, with Mr/ and Mrs. Pete Enault. Among others attending the festival were Mr. and Mrs. Mack Green, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kluin and son Billy, and Denney Gibson. On Thursday evening a joint birthday party was held in the parlors of the Assembly of God Church honoring Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kluin, Mrs. Clarence Kluin and Floyd Strawn. Re- freshments were served to the following: the Jerry Kluins and daughter Nancy, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kluin, the Clarence Kluins and Dell, Mrs. Margaret Johnson, Rev. and Mrs. C. Rientjes and Sarah, Floyd Strawn, Kenney Hagen and Mrs. Bob Kluin. Dinner guests on Friday of the Rientjes family at the par- sonage were the key. and Mrs. Theol H0iland, and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Johnson of Stan- wood. On Thursday  Rev. Cecil Carruthers was  over- night guest. On Mayi8 the Rev. and Mrs. RientJes:held a family gathering at the parson- age, with smorgasbord served. Funeral services were held Friday afternoon at Stanwood Methodist Church for Mrs. Dora Wear, age 101, who passed away on May 1. Mrs: Nellie Burton, Frank Anderson and their mother Mrs. Dora Anderson were in Stanwood, Mrs. Burton and Frank Ander- son attending the service and Mrs. Anderson remaining at the Anderson home. 00Rainbow Installation Sat., May 11 Sue Wiggs At the installation of Rain- bow officers on Saturday eve- ning, May 11, Miss Sue Wiggs will be installed as Worthy Adviser. The installation ceremony is set for 8 p.m., and the public is invited. Other officers to be installed are: Worthy Associate Adviser, De- lores Rice; Charity, Doroth? Bowles; Hope, Nancy Randall Faith, Lynnea Gemmer; Chap lain, Crickett Lloyd; Drill Leader, Inez Lund; l_ve, Shelly Cady; Religion, Donna Kroeze; Nature, Sandi Darneille; Im- mortality, Linda Sorenson; Fi- delity, Judy Kuhnhausen; Pa- triotism, Barbara Helms; Ser- vice, Susy Wilson; Confidential Observer, Eileen Smoke; Outer Observer, Elaine York; Musi- cian, Vonda Olson; Choir Direc- tor, Jill Rochon; Recorder, Louise Gulhaugen; Treasurer, loanne Sabo. Courtesy Officers are: Bible Bearer, Pam Sass; Rainbow Flag Bearer, Mary Nebel; Amer- ican Flag Bearer, Linda Klesick; Keeper of Dream Camp Hours, Malinda Van Horn; Keeper of the Jewels, Judy Taber. Mrs. Signe Hovik is Mother Adviser and Lewis Rylie is Rainbow Dad. (> Homemakers Meeting The annual Spring meeting of Snohomish County Council of Homemakers was held on Thursday in Snohomish Mas- onic Temple, with Mrs. Ray Tenbrink in charge. Miss Ruth Wheeler showed slides and told of her stay in the Soviet Union. She was one of 20 students to receive a Carnegie Institute scholarship, studying Russian for 5 weeks at Indiana U, then 6 weeks in Russia where she was not allowed to speak English. A graduate of Sno- homish High, Miss Wheeler will leave May 29 for Washing- ton, D. C. to work for the Gov- ernment. The Rev. Troy M. Strong spoke on 'A Creative Approach to Modern Mar- riage". Miss Betty Jensen in- stalled the following officers: Mrs. Vernon Stanton, vice pres- ident; Mrs. Bill Williams, sec- retary; Mrs. Joel Engebretsen, treas. Mrs. John Dolquist pre- sented the county Scholarship award for Miss Marilyn King, to Mrs. Emma Shelton, of the Speedway club. Eighteen clubs received Achievement awards. Mrs. Art Beckworth attended with Mrs. Tenbrink. The S rio h 0 ml's'h-I s 1  d County Tuberculosis As- sociation met on Friday noon at the Elks Club. The annual meeting followed with Henry G. Backstrom, president, presiding. He intro- duced the guest speaker, Dr. John A. Beare of the State Health Department, who spoke on "Tuberculosis Control Throughout the State". Dr. J. Walton Darrough gave T-B statistics for S n o h o m i s h County, and Mrs. Otis R. Al- len, Christmas Seal Chairman gave the final figures on the Seal sale, total being $29,819.15. Miss Patricia Hughes, ex- ecutive director for the State Association brought greetings from the Washington Tuber- culosis Association. Peterson's GROCERY GE 5-2233 FREE DELIVERY Election and Dinner For Horizon-Fireside Mrs. Frank Yost, Horizon Fireside adviser, announces that there will be an election and installation dinner on Mon- day, May 13 at 5:30 p.m., at the Multi-Purpose room. All Horizon Girls are asked to wear their service costumes. Each group is responsible for its own pizza, salad, milk and dessert. At this election officers will be elected and installed for next year's Horizon Fireside. O BABY SHOWER Mrs. Donald Yates was hon- ored with a baby shower on April 21st at the home of Jan- ice Sabo with Jean Hart as co. hostess. The table was decorated with a yellow daffodil and white narcissis flower arrangement with lavender and yellow streamers. A baby stork centered the gift table. Games and refreshments were enjoyed by the following: Mines. Sandra Guyll, Maxine Nermo, Vivian Rathbun, Mar- celia Zuanich, Cynthia Butler, Nellie Thompson, Sarah Olson, Alma Olson and Gladys Huff- man. Those sending gifts, but un- able to come were Mmes. Della Wick, Eva Walker, Nancy Seastrom and Flora Larson, the Misses Judy Olson and Sheila Simpson. o Mrs. Otis R. Allen was in Mt. Vernon Tuesday where she at- tended the annual meeting of the Skagit County Tuberculosis Association at Max Dale's Restaurant. ENGAGEMENT Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Marken announce the engage- ment of their daughter Shirley to Mr. Kenneth Nelson, son of Mrs. William Ralston, Herm- iston, Oregon. Both are employed in Seattle. An August wedding is planned. LADY LIONS MEET AT WARM BEACH The Arlington Lady Lions will meet Monday evening at the Warm Beach home of Dr. and Mrs. L. S. Batdorf. In charge of the program are: Shirley Thompson, Katherine atdorf, Pat Hahn. Hostesses, Ruth Pederson, Mina Veilleux, Ruby Wheeler. o The MYF held a district meeting at the Marysvilte First Methodist Church on Sunday, with the following young people attending from here: Bonnie and Janice McClellan, Sandy and Bill McKernan, Mol- lie and Dorothy Moss, ac- companied by Mrs. Maurice McC:qlan and the Rev. Rollin E. Stierwalt. Miss Mildred Arnot attended the meeting of Everett Mount- aineers on Wednesday evening in lhe Everett Public Library, when outing details were pre- sented by the Summer Outing Committee of Seattle Mountaineers. A coffee hour followed. The Everett Rainbow Girls installed officers on Saturday evening in the Masonic Temple, with the following present from here:Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd Hovik, the Misses Betty t=Iovik. Dorothy Bowles and Delores Rice. PENNEY'S ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY i\\; / FAMOUS FOLGER'S ........................ 89' ADONNA STANDBY GOLDEN CORN ................ 5/001 BOY-AN-DEE' ,0 59' BALLS ........................ OZ, SPAGHETTI School Menus Menus at the Lincoln school cafeteria for the week May 13- 17, are as follows: Monday Spanish rice, but- tered carrots, bread and butter, milk and dessert. Tuesday--Wiener and bun, baked beans, pineapple salad, milk and dessert. Wednesday ..... Whipped po- tatoes, hamburger gravy, molded salad, bread and butter, milk and dessert. Thursday--Turkey and nood- les, vegetable salad, bread and butter, milk and dessert. Friday -- Macaroni and cheese, buttered beets, tuna sandwich, milk and dessert. O The most irritating man at the reunion of the Class of '30 is the one with both money and hair. The Arlington Times 7 Thursday, May 9, 1963. Baptist Church To Hear Speaker The First Baptist Church of Arlington will be featuring Reverend Kenneth Jensen of Falls City, Nebraska, May 19th through May 24th. Reverend Jensen is unique in his presentation of Bible Doc- trine. There will be vital doe. trinal message each week-day morning at 10:00 a.m. The gen- eral subject for the evening messages will be, "Mental Atti- tude in the Christian Life." You will want to hear all these messages for the enhancement of spiritual maturity and growth. The public is cordially invit- ed to attend both the morning and evening services. I II For Auto, Life & Fire INSURANCE, see t IVER DRIVSTUEN i YOUR ARLINGTON STATE FARM AGENT R. 1, ARLINGTON. WASH. STAT I FARM PHONE lqro and Casootty Company l ,, l Home Office= Bloomington. 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