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U PAGE B THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURS., MAY 10, 1951 ]~_. D * * tion of CICERO-TRAFTON IGREE WOO - Ways With Vitamin C spinach, leafYlettuce, Goldsberr Johnson, corr " Mary Monty, Y - " ' "n combined with: correspondent. ] Phone 2iF11 Most ~ us fred mterpretii~g tables as caulif] S Nay Mrs Kenneth Johnson (Irene vRamln t~ in terms or roou a - ~o,~ ~.~.~ ~. .... n Stuart Llddle of the U. ~.Yl " " I~" ~' U,L~, ~,,UIJIJ~U is now at San Diego for more Amundson) proudly presnets a hcult. When citrus frmts are ex- celer,, shredded tl schooling, after which he will re-19 lb. 13 oz. baby boy, born May pensive we look for in.season tnhn~" .... in ,,ffl, turn to Iris ship in dry dock at 8 in Arlington hospital Keneth substitutes and want to abyif~ce-i ~ere~to'~e ~fa'mi Bremerton , is in Korea and has not yet assurel ~na~ we are no s. - o-- ..... " ......... heard of his sons birth ing neahn for a few pennies ......... A (lellgntIul any was nan all " I W" i ' " f the " o ~ line lni[latlve the Ellis Buchanan home last Ea'l )ll amson h Oa~en~~ at Let us th,nk a1~l~,rS~o~ fo~ Fund has permitl q,..duw u,h~n th~ ontlrP f.)mi]v]WeeK-eno is now st 1o (1 to supply the Y " new studies in me w~re home, the occasi'on-being FrtreLe~ BerylAlW~lalian~sn qulrement for V~ta~?,:u C.fre?he' biological sciences the fact that Pvt. Joe Buchanan ~a~ s tu n.;_ ~, m: - .. know that one- _ l " P fruit versity of Washir --,'ived home Friday ni~,h* /rural ne was wnn the ~vmrcnant lviar- frozen or canne(a c~trus~o-- 7,- ~. ..... Z__ ~ "~ ,~.,~ines juice will prowde that require-! Scratch nacis n~ ~ur%Pu ~'rJoe~il~rte~llurn ]o~l~i~'[ F.E. Linder of Winnipeg, Can- ~nent for a day. Then the prob-!'Times' offl~. nnct ing 'Loni~inn;~" Present for[ida,` visited' "" with ...... Gust Zarelzke lem is what measure of' other .... ~ ,~i"~o~"w'~r~"~,~r'"and MI's Mar-]Saturday" Gust has been under ]foods can be substituted. Here I ~h..~H U,,,-h~-~n~n nnd fnmilv oftthe care of a phymcmn all w ek ~ ~::l;:~:l::::l~:l~:::[~::~::::~::~ lure some suggestions: I ! andsml m bed but mprovmg A--roximatel- one and one- I Sawyer' an i yo gstor of C;ran- eop!e from thi d, tr, t I ha; r one large orange can be I ,,t ~t,~ w,Ne .lcn Mr ,on Mr Jim, VlSlteu wenatcnee mr ~ne ~pple ~: ~::~::~::~ll~:~ ~nb~rituted To the busy home- I ~:-.~,. ]~ )aco'bs'an(~'~on'ni'e."~ ......... {Blossom.Festival: .. :~ ]mal~er who does not ~wish to I ~virs J~m memneH accompan- :~:~ l: [ im, "uicin Iresh frui~ r ........................................ ": spend t c ] g Week-end guests at the Walte h r ~ Peterson home were Mrs Peter- . ~ ! {shced orh p -- . md by her mot er M s Ira Par- ............................... and eeled frmt ~s ,- ......... [ sons and sister Sandra Parsons ,~ ....... ,4~,t ,un~r,, ambitious I ~~ son s orotner, Mr. anti Mrs. l, iel r v i v " :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: a . o,~t ....... ,~ ~ ~..,,n~ , ..... [moto ed o er Fr day e cuing ~ii~!~!i~i~i~i~ii~ii~! {youngsters hke to peel their own | ~~_--~ ;. .... %'~'2 "%" ":~'~ ~"""~= "~*'*'l spending the night with Mr. and ~i~::::: ~!~: i!::~::;~i~: [and do not need the extra fuss | ~[~'~ tin oI ~ou(n IAaKota ~un(lay, Mrs E B Sines The" were on ::~::~:[::~:l~ ~::~ l ~ **~"*'~ "~:~/*~ the group spent the day !n Se-I han(l bright and easy for the :l~:l~ ::l ~1 I gdr mother ma es ,n I //~2~ attle at the Llmer ~-eterson~ ......... :::::~ .......................... hnmo i Paraue bmuraay ann enjoyeu ~.ts ] One-half large grapefruit will ! ........ ~many oanas and flowered ~loats. ::::iii::::::::i )i::i;;i:;ii~i::iil |furnish the adult requirement, |i~'~-~2~~ Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Iticks and{The weather was perfect for the {and adds variety to the menu | [ ~]t~ friends of Seattle were callers in/oecasion after the heavy rains of ':::::::::':::::::::::::::::: the neighborhood on Sunday I Fridav Sundav the Sines, Par- iii iiiiiiii:::: i The grapefruit can be sectioned | ~ Mr and Mrs Ed Aylesworth sons and Mrs- Brentnell visited i:ii i::iii: l the night before, covered with | ~. ~r~ and 2irls s'~ent'Sunda"" with the~ ....... ....... I waxed paper and chilled in the l "-~ ~ ... ~. .. ~ .... y. .... I me,oeauntm unme s t~aruen :iiiii!::::i::i!iiii:i::ii::i:ii I refrigerator. Overnight refriger- I " "'r "'" " Onlvl; :nd~::mo[:n s:T:LLsoTbUsiness and .......... n "t o " "S ~d~ ........................ ........... her at her home Sunday, in]at one of fhe convenient fire- PREPARE FOR CAMP SEASON---Camp Fire reuresentatives from Arlinuton Snohomish Gram t Washington residents living | k~ ..... a- ~t ' r - - eho~2rMo: 2e~ ~rtshdayE ~e[erPs~n places, returning home Sunday ite Falls and Monroe met with Mrs. Lloyd McChesney of Everett, director ' of Camp Killoqua, [in the heart of the berry region | Oweeb . ... .. _ ~: :" . _ I g. and Mrs William Billesbach of Everett, county public relations chairman, at the camp recent- I will note with pride that one- l or warm ~eacn ann her roster Mr and Mrs John Amundson ...... u a~...~ ..... .~ ..h;~.~.....I. . ~ =" .... , ly to discuss summer registration schedules. Shown from left to right, are Mrs. McChesney, Ihalf cup of fresh, ripe, luscious I Surl)rise ,,p~ ~pu, o,,,u~=.?,,u c ..... ~.=,,l~v~r. ann ~wrs. Llyocl Amunason, Mrs. Robert James of Arlington, Mrs. Lawrence Whitfield of Monroe and Mrs. Billesbach. -- Istrawberries, or one cup other l ~ , e oi Arlington. frlaay eveningIMr. and Mrs. Ed. Barnett, Leand-Picture courtesy The Everett Daily Herald [ fresh berries, will contribute | Dlg DOX Ot guests mere were ~wr ann ~wrs:[or Amundson and Joyce Ander- ~~ .] adequate vitamin C for the day. | ciotlS, rich e~ Richard Swanson and RICKy Or " ~son formed another party to the ~1~ IrA ~TA 18 p.m. circle will be at the home or~ C~ntaloune in season is an ex- - Ro.seburg, Ore. ... .... |Apple Blossom Festival, motor- O~z.~V~ZV2~L .... { Mesdames John Langsjoen, lMrs. Iver Drivstuen on the see-lee|lent source of vitamin C. A|with butterl ~vir. ann Mrs. wallace "rnur'ling over early Saturday and iv~rs, irene vognlla, ~Gusta Ottem, Clara Pryor, Karielond Tuesday afternoon in June.lhalf chilled medium sized can-I fruits, ntlt round haye returned from .anlback the same evening .... corres0ondent. " bra IPederson, John Mickelsen, andI Mrs. John Wangsmo andltaloupe seems like party fareil .qnoc~all- orefion honeymoon . ro.llowjng~ Mrs. Hugh Putnam from Lake .. o, ]m.n} ~tn or ;v.myceleo :[Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Dyrua at-IMrs" Howard Vognild attended| and Pleases the family ona ~r"~ * ~ __ their marriage on Aprn z~t.n.jWenatchee spent a few days tmn win. o e nero in. me ~vIast[tended the W. M. F. of the Lu-lthe 43rd anniversary of Thelma|warrn'summer day. i| Mother's O~ jney are now ous~y engageu re}here last week. Iter grandson ~tanwoou ~own_rxa~l on Y./theran Free Church at Ferndale]Lodge No 26 Daughters of Nor-| Leafy green salads, crisp andI now and ta farming WallyS place here... IDavid Steekelberge returned turn, sponsorea oy ~ons Orllast week. Three ladies from theiway of E'verett, on Tuesday af-/fresh, will prove an excellent i| Trafton P.T.A:. met FnaaYlwith her Wednesday. Mrs. Dale Norway Lodges of Sllvana, Ar-]Ladies, Aid of Lakewood alsolternoon" A delicious, one o'clock|source of C all months of the| box of our even.rag, May am, ann a urlngISteckelberge with friends journ- ~ngmn, .~onway ann btan_wooa.]accompanied them. {luncheon was served to the as-/year. One cup of any combina-|candies rne ousmess meeung, ~a Ayms mere wm oe a program start ....... [{eyed to Wenatchee Friday even- . ...... v " H'[ Pastors Hendriksen from Ed-lsembly. ttonored guests were| ~ | ' worm was re electea presment 1 lug at b to p m ann tte " 'rig remaining for the festival .. : .. a "~ " " e :]mnds' and Tastad from Lyn-lfour charter members of the[Thelma Lodge. ! . [Saturday and Sunday, returning ~uyrwang .w~l . De rne.~ gu St}wood visited at the Myrwangllodge and also Mrs Alice Elea-| The members of the Daugh- l ,11 |home Sunday evening, speaker. ~acn lunge w~e con-|parsonage last Tuesday after- | nor, woman commentator of|ters of Norway Drill Team will | ||' Mr an M s ra 1 trloute numoers [owara ~ p [ . d r . F nc's Milk of ra ~" fr sh ents and a sociaI'nn" }Radio Station KRKO. An infor-|hold a Bake Sale and also serve | IMarysville were guests of the g. m de. e m ...... [ ~ .~ ~ Mvrwan~ wn~ in [mal afternoon was enjoyed fol-|coffee and Norwegian Pastry on I nine Wlll fOllOW TDe DHDI1C IS ~v*~a ......... ., o ....... " Joim Luthm Monday evening ..... . ,m,~n ~,, ho~ d~u~,hte- ~rs llowlng the luncheon and short|Thursday, May 17th, at the Sil- | IMr. and Mrs. MHk formerly hved ......... lh,..a .... .~ ,~,~,, ~., o~tt~,~ [program. Each lady present re-|virtu Mercantile Sto e. The sale | b~lvana ~range Will flOl(1 a ~ ] 1 ~ =] l a]l ~ 1"[" [ "J [" [ ~ "~ ~1~ ' ' iO ' 0 a Ion the Sundqmst place ........ l, ...... ~,~, h,~,-~ ,~ th,~ f,~otlvi [cel~ed a beautiful corsage wh b|wdl beginat I .m. and con- | Ouslness meeung on Tnursuay ~- s- ,,,-, ~ ................ - ~ " he af rn v Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Soder- . ........ . .... [t~,~o., ur,~,~o,ohee ~ast cat,,rna,, {was made by members of the tmue through t te oon. E - | [strum of Camano Island joined evemng: xvtay .mr, n,. m.vmmgl~,:,,~]~,~,'~t-t,~e earl~,S~ur~daa,;[newly organized Hobby Club o, leryone is welcome. Mr ~,..~ a~.o c~ ,- D--*.~ ..... *Hall. The haoles AUXiliary tol.,,=z =.~ o=. ~ ~,t zt - " ~ ..... ........... _,. ,~. r~uom~u, a~ e,,,~ r~ ........ m "~e* at thM morning and returned latethel mmmmlmm their home Sunday to celebrate ;"~ "~'t".~? "A ...... & . ~/same even|n" | ~ ~ ~m Mrs Robinson's birthda" home or mrs. ueorge ~avms ohm ~. i ~ ~ ~-- ~I'r ~n,~ ~w,~ 1 h ~-lala ,,f Friday evening, May 18th, at/ The Mission Sewing Circle met[ ~ ~ 1~, .. ................... ~,at the parsonage last Tuesday~ ~ ~ ~~ [n~ra2j~e tFal~SegVe t~eerroWreeds augh, Lake Cassidy, GraniteI afternoon. / . I .... ~ .... ~ .s . Falls Seattle, Everett etc. t The children of the Zion Lu-/ Ii ....... *._.~ melr granflson Davm rtaie xs "" ' - B w ~rs D, niel ..... r ........... cLoo" will --ive! il il~al~l IIlf~llrllf'~ m ki . lvlrs. Leo ro n, lvl . r4 tile ~tll ~un(l~ty o i1 I g l is doL.g ~ine but Greene, Mrs. John Amundson,)several numbers at Mother's[ mm|uumm ||m ) .. _ oe ng con~mea. - Mrs Bob Sancrant spent Tues-IDay Program in church on Pen-| ~,~ |wJ;~er" an~t~lr~. day morning in Everett. [tecost Day. Service begins at| - , o if "hg. . a. It.tiny party Mr and Mrs G A Lee came[ll'30 as the pastor conducts| "]~-~s.~-~o "~/~'s-~o~-s~'l:~g:~ ~r'~Ik,~l,"~ / r t e~r heine, ~elons ~ee, on ; " -" ~: ~'Ta ~i--to--~- -vie-- " ................t ' UtllU.~:~ ~ .kvlO.O~uu.,~.,v ~,J~.,~.x,,.~o | |lOP tllr~ntxr eaon~ l~.tNi~o, ~4 over from t'esnasun, w sn ng II| set es In LatsewOOU at lo tIIl.| Ak I ~'~ ...... -~: .... "1~" X"~')?'~.~~" Wednesday to visit Mr. and Mrs./There will be no Sunday School/ [xr.aay evening, m ~eattle at me Claude Damaske It was Mr./this coming Sunday, May 13th. | Lee ~ome [ "Mr and Mrs'Oooar ~-, ~- Lees birthday. ~ Mr, T. Thorsen from Lakewood| /mark Mr and "Mrs Ben eJnkins Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Zaretzke! and his English bride were unit-| [motored io Mt Ver,,o,, and daughter Carol, Mr. and[ed in marriage at a quiet cere-~ Mrs. D. Drexell and son Larryimony held at the Myrwang par-1 ~ 'Woolle to ........ " were Sunday guests of Mr and|sonage Friday evening of this i brothe~Yand faV~imt With _~en s Mrs. Gust Zaretzke. " [week. . .... ly, sur. ann ,~rs. Mr and Mrs Leonard Bow-/ Mrs. Paulvin Barlond enter- !i, r~r Jaen~l~rs Charles Ber"dahl man enjoyed Tuesday evening|tained the Island Sewing Circle ~" ... " -. ~ . with Mr and Mrs John Luthi,]at her home on Tuesday after- oi.~ea~ue were ironer guests the occasion beingMrs. Bow-lnoon. A large group of members V] ~rmay evening or Mrann ~ars , v n d O C Robinson " man s birthday. Iwas present and isitors, i clu - "Do" n'e "" " " .... J.W. Johnson has beenhome|lug Mesdames Lorenz Lorenzen, ~U~ the memm ....... pmee w~m ",tr" ann" for a few days. He will return tolChalmers MeCay, Arthur Thump- 'y/ ..... ~ Tacoma for further treatmentlsen of Rt. 1, John Olson, Charlie ~wrs; A. ~. viartz_ . . . Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeIKing, Bowen Vernon Andersen ". . .. .. ~abourirl are driving him down.)and Ida Sehulberg.' The after- were ~usmess vm~rors in.~eattle ~ The Greenwood Communitylnoon was spent in sewing and ~wonaay. Jo. nnnassom ms~ract- Club will meet Friday, May 11 at)a very delightful lunch was |~ or ann wm De at home for a Mrs Ira Parsons. The meeting served by the hostess, who was W%lr~ Llo,,d Amundson was starts promptly at eight-thirty, assisted by Mrs. Emma Bar- A - "- - ~ ....... We hope to see you there I loud. The next meeting of the 4~. nonoreu at a stork Shower wen- This same wakh was apprayed I~) Ihe O. P. A. to retail at $&~ ... SAVE UPSTAIRS nesday afternoon in Everett. Mrs. John Amundson accompan- ied by Mrs. Philip Widmeyer, Mrs. Amelia Zaretzke, Mrs. Stel- la Barnes and Miss Etta Land drove in to attend. * Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Callar of Marysville spent Saturday after- noon with Mr. and Mrs. John Luthi. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Brown have been busy showing Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Greene the country around about Taking them to Camano Island, Lake Cavan- with the following officers to help him: Mrs. Mabel Swanson, vice-president; Mrs. Robert An- derson, secretary, and Mrs. Har- old Olson, treasurer. Mr. and Mrs. George Garka of Silver Lake called at the A1 Garka home on Sunday. ' i Mrs. Bill Wilson and childrenl of Seattle came up last Wednes- day and helped her mother Mrs. Wm. Southern, with the in- terior decorating of the home. Mr. Wilson came Saturday night and took the family home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Dutcher and Delma of Arlington called there on Saturday eve- ning. The Dutchers report that their son George is stationed with the army at Camp Cooke, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kluin had two of Mrs. Kluin's sisters as week-end guests. They were Gwen Styles of Seattle and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Guckert of Ever- son. They came to bring birth- day greetings to Mrs. Kluin. Jack McGovern is the proud owner of a new Chevrolet car. Willy Thurmond is busy planting around 20 acres of sweet corn for the cannery. The many friends of Loy Pra- ther were saddened to learn of his passing on May 5th at an Everett hospital. Mr. Prather had lived almost his entire life around Oso and Trafton, having raised a fine, large family. Sin- cere sympathy is offered the wi- dow and his children. Another former resident of the district passed away recent- ly when John Wise died in the Mt. Vernon hospital. Mr. Wise with his wife and daughter~ had lived in this district for many years. He was a brother of Mrs. Emma Kisling of Trafton. Sym- pathy is given to this family in their bereavement. U O ;T ROUTE Fao~ various regions where wheat, oats and corn grow best ---from plants and laboratories where essential ingredients, vitamins and minerals required for fine feeds are produced --comes the grist for Washington Co-Op feed mills. 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