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Observe Birthday r~ ! . !! l- r.l' ~o ___ ] I%_" ..... ENGAGEMENT, c_LJMe.... The Arlington TimeJ . 7 Ol'l Wednesday afternoon the lxalnoow msmuauon r, lecuon aBe umnvr Mr and Mrs Theodore Or:lira! UU6 Tlmrsday, May 9, 1963 following ladies came to the {~-L M-.. l l l~^=, Li^=.:,.An ]~t:~Ao:J~ Marken announce the engage- Menus at the Lincoln school -- ~ - home of~Mrs Elmer Suiering to O~tL.~ ITl(ty II l'UI llU|l&Vi|'lt llColut; ment of their daughter Shirley cafeteria for the week May 13- R~n~i~{" |:hllt'a~h .... " ............ tr as follows" -,-,~y,~.~,. ~.,u~u observe her birthday an- - - . Mrs Frank Yost Horizon [o lvlr. ~ennetn i~elson, son o[ ~, ~ e .. M.. ~,,~h ~ ~-^--,.-y Phone GE 5 206~ niversary: Mines. Mac Hafner, ~~ Firesitle adviser, announces Mrs. William Ralston, Harm- Monday- Spanish rice, but- qP_ ILl___ ~.___!___ ~ ~ .... rA**uta~r ~ ... o--.~,~ Marie Tondell, Margaret Robb, that there will be an election iston, Oregon. tared era:rots, bread and butter, |O near opeaKer ..=_ .._._ ...._..~.. ~.,~ ~ George Dalton, Martha Men- and installation dinner on Men- Both are employed in Seattle. milk and dessert. The First Baptist Church of P -- ' At~nd Blossom Festival iger, Erma McGladrey, Sophie day, May 13 at 5:30 p.m., at the An August wedding is planned. . Tuesday-Wiener and btn L Arlington will be featuring no.l~ m~a [ --~"*: " Wena'chee l~' ~t~t~] '=at the Olympic Hotel./later.In.Lady.of the.,.aKe t'ar-lfestival, with Mr. and Mrs./ English. A graduate of Sno- " ~ ~ :~k~ ~~~-~ :~ ~:~ Lee Mathews and her[~enva~:~l'~urt~netgrIesetSem~ere[Pete .Ena.ult. Among otherS[homish High, Miss Wheeler , ]~ ~ ~" ~m~ ~~.~0. ,.. ~j]j]~, ~-law, ...~.~r~ .~,,c,.ir~e,,~ ~ / e u g Y- I attending me ~estival were Mr/will leave Mav~ 29 for Washing- ~. ~ ~ ~ .[h'~ Came over from Buhl,[ On Monday evening pot.luck[and Mrs. Mack Green, Mr. and[ton, D C towork for the Gow ~! ]h~,'~ .~ ~":/~;~ ~g~" ,tJA~/l~ SUnday to attend the/ dinner was served in the parlor[ Mrs. Bill Kluin. and son Billy,/ ernmont" "r'ho r~ev Troy, M. ~, ~ '~ II ......... .ia~'f~ ~ 0~]~, I~]]~~ ~i |.~i [ y"_~.~ of Kinlz Raymond on[ of the Assembly of God church, I and Denney Gibson. / Stron~- snoke on 'A Creative ~.' k~[ ~ ~.~ ~! ~ ~ ,~/~:~~ / ~Llrl Bremerton. On the/ followed by a .surprise an-[ On Thursday evening a joint/ Approach to Modern Mar- t ~ ~ ~] ~' I ~!]~ t me rt mversary ceieoranon zor me birthda ,.. they spent a she / " .~ ..... I y party was held in the[ riage . Miss Betty Jansen in- 1 ~' ~ ~;~ ,.. :t~ ~~~'~]L/~/ am Mrs. John Wrage. [ Rev. and Mrs. tzornenus r~lent-I parlors of the Assembly of/ stalled the following officers: ~ .~" ~ ~ ~:~1 ~.~,/ ~:! Leslie Waterman of[ jes. On Thursday at 10:30 the I God Church honoring Mr. and[ Mrs. Vernon Stanton, vice pres- ~ f~ ~ ~,,~.~ ~'.~"]~.;~ In; Mich and her[ Women's Missionary Council! Mrs. Jerry Kluin, Mrs. Clarence[ ident; Mrs. Bill Williams, sec- ~ :i .~ ~ . -~.~ ~;~ ' l~ryan Gra~ of Cuca-[ wilI meet at the cnurcn, zouow- Kluin and Floyd Strawn. Re-[ retary; Mrs. Joel Engebretsen, ~t ~ ~ ~:~'~ ~' ....~ Caj are snendin~, this[ ed by potluck at noon. me freshments were served to the/ treas: Mrs. John Dolquist pre- ~t ~ "~ m~~,~|ii i':: ~~ ~~] Hth Mr anal Mrs"Muse]CA's will meet Thursday at following: the Jerry Kluins[sented the county Scholarship ::! []~ i~ :U~,,~i~!:: "!i~ ~~ ii~, ~a " /7:30 p.m. and daughter Nancy, Mr. and/award for Miss Marilyn King, i l " ./ ~""J::' :( ~~~ ~W: n, and with other re1-| Mrs Jennie Underwood has Mrs. Albert Kluin, the Clarence[ to Mrs. Emma Shelton, of the :: i ] 2! ,~ i! Everett and Seattle.[sold the White Swan Care to Kh:ins and Dell, Mrs. Margaref] Speedway club Eighteen clubs ! ; ~" ~: ~~ii ~hn to drive to Hesperia[ Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kruse of Johnson, Rev. and Mrs. C./ received Achievement awards. .~ . " ..~ qk~.v~ E~i!~ the week end / Granite Falls Rientjes and Sarah, Floyd[ Mrs. Art Beckworth attended ~ h, ~ v ': ~.t~]ll'tltr W~lllUnl~U~.~ ~[ " _ ~ ............... 22-2:. Strawn, Kenney Hagen and] with Mrs. Tenbrink. ~ ]k~ !~ , ~1~~:~. ~l~f 2 Mrs. Bob Kluin. ' / ---------- F] ~ ~ :;!' ';:- " "{ ~ Dinner guests on Friday of/ The Srtoh0ml;s'~h-Isl~d ~ " _~ ~ :'::. ". .:... , ~ the Rientjes family at the par-[ County T u b e r c u t o s i s 'As- ~ ~tw-- .... ~ ~ %, ; ,,. d -- ' t . " M ~ I1 sonage were the Rev. and Mrs./ sociation met on Friday noOn .~ THE GREATEST FASHION BUYS . # ~ Theol H0iland and Mr and he Elks Club The annual ~. \ ~ / at t ..... , : ...... "" l j ~ ~/~ ~AA~ ~ ~ ~ Mrs. Glen Johnson of Stan-[ meetin~ followed luncheon, EVER GATHERED UNDER OUR ROOFI 'k :,7 5 f~ /blf L4r~4~ ~ # U .~ [~ wood. On Thursday t~ Rev./with ~-Ienry G. Backstrom,. '~ SELECTION FOR MISSES ! JUNIORS ! HALF SIZES I ' Cecil Carruthers was ai~'~ over-/president, presiding. He intro- /~ . *:::.!!, ..~ ' ~ night guest. On May~8 the/duced the guest speaker, Dr. "~:.." ~e 191~ A95 :~; Rev. and Mrs. Rientjes~.~eld a/John A Beare of the State ~'~ I[~ A ~ X K ~ ~ ' family .gathering at the parson-[ Health,Department, who spoke ii ~ J V V %......~ j~ ~ age, with smorgasbord served.[ on Tuberculosis Control :] ':i . .,;:!!:~ ~t~ ~t)~ Funeral services were held/Throughout the State". Dr. J. ~ . ;, ,~.. ' "" "%. ..~ :,,....,,.~ Friday afternoon at Stanwood[ Walton Darrough gave T-B " Varied-and how! Valueful-you De~: ~les swing -- " ' Methodist Church for Mrs./statistics for S n o h o m i s h from the most classic day-time shirtwaists to very Dora Wear, age 101, who[ County and Mrs. Otis R. A1- ,~-o,~+ ~oo +;,~o ~*~o~ ~,,*,,,~** Fabrics re'full passeu away on May 1 Mrs'/len, Christmas ~eai t=na m ............. Nellie Burton, Frank Anderson[ gave the final figures on the OI news Irom me crlspesl; oi C0Lt,011 weaves r~ aasno and their mother Mrs. Dora[ Seal sale, total being $29,819.15. care Dacron polyester 'n cotton and other blends. Anderson were in Stanwood,[ Miss Patricia Hughes, ex- We could go on-and on-and on, but that's only Mrs. Burton and Frank Ander/ecutive director for the State , ,, i ...... ~ _ , ............... son attendin~ th,~ - - =/ -. .._..._2 '--^u-ht -reetin"s naii me iun: t~ome in ~o x'enney s r~omorrow--tsr~y -.~, ....- ~erv]ce ann -t~xsSOCl~tlO/l uiu ~ 8 ~ Mrs. Anderson remaining at/ from the Washington Tuber- forhours, come back in a week, shop all May long- !;~ the Anderson home | culosis Association. freshnew shipments are scheduled nearly every flay 1 ::~.~:.~::>.':~::~:i:~::-:.... .... ::::~:~3;:??!,..::~:~ GE 5-2233 FREE DELIVERY 6.OZ. INSTANT ........................ COFFEE STANDBY 300 KNIT GROUP ................ SIZE iacket, $12.98 ~t over solid sleeveless shell, BOY-AR-DEE' , $8.98 6, MEAT 40- Cotton Double Knit BALLS ........................ OZ, HYGRADE'S 15- ........................... ................. :..: ...... OZ. ROSEDALE 3O3 ..... , ..................... 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