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THE ARLINGTON TIMES. ARLINGTON. WASHINGTON, THURS., MAY 10, 1951 PAGE FIVE Jean Smith Phone 543 past week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Stout were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cole in Bellingham last week. Mrs. Theo Brounty visited her granddaughter, Janet Brounty, in Seattle Saturday. Mr and Mrs. Gordon Brown Kraetz, niece of Mr. Bobby Beathy, Marvin and Car-]and daughters Claudia and Louis Kraetz, cele-[ole Yost, Carl Engstrom, OriniPaula, were week-end guests of 13th birthday Tues-[and Allen Barlond, Sammy Ste- Mrs. Catherine Wagner. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kahler [ of her girl friends phen, Mary Frances and Eliza- and children of Everett were at lunch in observ- [beth Ann Nebel, Jeanne Bergan, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kah- day. Larry and Patty Anderson, My- ler Friday. Mrs. Deen Morris, of rene Darr. Mothers attendingi Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stowe and are the proud parents Mrs. LaVerne Teague, Mrs. Er-Mr" and Mrs. Earl Beeman drove girl born Friday, May nest Medema, Mrs. Lowell Beath, lady, who joins a Mrs. Harry Yost, MrS. Paulvin to Fort Casey, Whidbey Island, Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. mdy, weighed 6 Barlond, Mrs. Ken Bergan, Mrs. Brad Hollister. ounces. Mrs. Morris Sam Nebel, Mrs. Lewis Ander- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Knudson remembered as the for- son of Everett, Mrs. Myron Darr drove to Everson to see Mr. and Langdon. J. T. Nobles and Helen Louise, of Ana- guests of Mrs. L. A. at the home of Mr. Reuben Schloman Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Neal Par- Mrs. John Pardo of and Mrs. Ben Pardo Linda and Gerald, Mrs. Charles Wright Hub Hovik, Jean Pat ~rougham, drove Sunday. of Burlington, Mrs. Ben Knud- son, Mrs. John Wangsmo. Call- ers in the evening were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Knudson, Jr., Mrs. Dave Senff. Miss Evelyn Olson of Seattle was a guest in Arlington last week, visiting many acquain- tances. Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Jacobson and Mrs. H. D. Dunn spent Sun- day at Mrs. Dunn's summer home at Warm Beach. Mrs. Millard Smith and Mary Maxine, and Maxine and Arthur Smith drove to Wenatchee for H. G. Foster, Mr. the Apple "Blossom Festival last C. Carpenter enjoyed Show at the Ed- in Seattle Fri- Leach received word and Mrs. Robert Leach now settled at San Mrs. Hal Fritz of Eu- and Mr. Herman Fritz Ore., were week-end home of Dr. and Mrs. James Hutchin- Week.end guests of rl ' son ;; parents, Mr. an S. Wilfley of Ta- Mrs. Bill Roal and and Mrs. Dave children enjoyed the Festival in We- and Sunday. Wangsmo enter- of her son Gary's Guest~ were Medema, Cheryl, Jimmy Rankhorn, and Verna Lee Sharon and Mrs. Earl Gritch last week. J. A. Gray, daughters Crete, Dorothy and Josephine, attend- ed the flower show in Seattle Sunday Mr. and Mrs. George Rhodes of Spokane were visitors of Mrs. Jenny Rea this past week. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sill, Mrs. Catherine Robinson and daugh- ter Verla, Lorell Fredrickson and Bill Sill of Seattle, drove to Yak- ima Sunday. Mrs. Wm. Young, Mrs. Fred Verd, Mrs. Carolyn Hart, Mrs. Linnie Pierson and Mrs. Anna Starlund motored to Everett week-end. Monday evening to attend Mr. and Mrs. Howard Chris- Friendship Night at Banner Re- tenson, Mrs. George Monty, Mrs. bekah Lodge. Edith Ralph drove to Tacoma Mrs. Martha Muckey of Ever- Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. ett was in town on Tuesday con- George Williams and family, sulting members of the Bus- Mrs. Ralph will be a guest of hess and Professional Women's the Williams for two weeks. Club on their coming installa- Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hanson tion of officerS, o and grandson, Mike, were week- end guests of Mr. and Mrs. H-~ To C Richard Lindberg of Anaeortes. Sco ook Week-end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fran k Marsh were Lt. and Mrs. Perl William- son and children, Deanna and Johnny. Mr. and Mrs. John Maxwell of Forks were week-end guests of yjy and Mrs. Dan Hunter. Sun- they visited Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Dorning of Granite Falls Mrs. Muriel Dalstad attended the Pythian Sister Convention at' Kirkland Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Simpson, Jr., and daughter Shoila and l Mrs. Emma Van Namee enjoyed the Flower Show in Seattle the For Parents The Boy Scout annual cook- out, will be held on Tuesday, May 15 at 6:30 at the picnic ground at the Lincoln bridge At this time the Scouts will do the cooking, and the parents will have an opportunity to sam- ple their cooking. In the event of rain the cook- out will be held at the kitchen at Terrace Park. The Scout committee urges all parents to attend this annual event, and get a look at what their Scout sons are doing in Scout work. "When the day of Pentecost had come, were all together in one place." ... runs the account of the day of the Church's Begin- though widely separated, it was said of them, these Christians hold the world together." is Unity and Power today beneath all our seem- Accents vary, but the Gospel is the same; different, but the Treasure of Devotion is the same. as one we Worship God through Christ Circle, and mine, have the same Center. A. D. Brokaw, minister .~ THE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH O NEW 4.H CLUB; GREENWOOD.SISCO We met at our leader's home, Leila Steckelberg; on May 8. We elected officer~: ;~ Assistant leader, Beulah Tur- ner; president, Sandra Parsons; vice-president, Myrna Edstrom; secretary, Joy Butterfield; re- porter, Lucille Schroeder; pledge and song leader, Joyce Turner. We have not decided what the name of our club will be. We will meet here every Monday until school is out.---L~icflle Schroeder. te loveliest Day of 11! A arrange. her favor- long- Colorful! @ We Are at Mother's Service on Her Day .. Glad to deliver at Her convenience the flowers of your choice. Corsages Bouquets Potted Plants Phone 196W3 Quilcene Floral Don"t make it an occasion--make it a habit. "SAY IT WITH FLOWERS" Route 5, Arlington (I/4 Mile west of Edgecomb) Tiller Dealer For Arlington Area (:~uAMTITIEE. OF PULPWoOD~ FtOLeS,PILIMPo- AI~D MUCH OF ALL DOO~5 US~'D. IT'tS O~J~" oFT'HE WOI~.LD' MOST' PRDLIFIC T~BE.Po AME) I~-E-SEEDS