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PAGE FOUR T THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, TItURS., .IAY 14, 1953. % I t l~'~ 1[ ' gratulations~ . ' ' I Vernon Lilleoren r Arlmgton ,,i, SHOPPING ARLINGTON HTS |1t Mr. and Mrs. Bill Freyd andI, SOUTH FORK ,lioutof Hospito M. and Mrs. Clayton of Inter-i " Good news at ...... Sucessorto- .... [| WITH GOLDSBERRY I] Norita Tveit Phone 256J4 ]City were afternoon visitors ati] Annie Johnson, [ Lilleoren is able to be ,n~- nA,-Lr.n t.AAX **mr.a [ It's a pleasure to see all of thetl ~ . .: ' = ~. lithe Vic Freyds Sunday. [ correspondent. ! the hospital after ~pE "~7..1 T X-WT q~l ........ ] .... ~I~v l_t 1O~'~ \',~ ,~llovely homes being errected in _~unaay .omner guests a~ ~ne[ Mrs Frevda Patch underwentl Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mattson areldays. He will, hoze' ,,,J~. ~_~x--~. ~_,u,,~,a), .,..,: ~, ~,.,~,,. ~,v. , . 'warier Latnrop nome were mr : " ..... . .... [Arhngton: The houses fire SO,an.~ ~r~ Bil' B--klev a-~ ~'[a major operatmn Monday Bestlthe happy parents of a 9-1b.[SP.end some time 1.n a ~eription Price $2.50 Per Year; $3.00 per Year outside Snoho-[mce and tney are hardly iinisnedl ~_~ ~_2" ,~_.': ~__.=__ ~ ~"]of luck for a speedy recovery! i bab,, bo-, ~'^~ .... n ...... ]pltal Ior correeuon County. Iasued every Thursday. Publishedat Arlington,[before the grounds are, planted!oc'e~JY![S" ~rv~n.~o~,~'~Y..e:~[['e[ Mr and Mrs J W Miller of - - ~ y' .................... This certainly was a g~htngton, by [to lawn and flowers It s nice to[~, ,~_ce~eur~teu tee u~ru~y~[seatt'le visited' at the Walterloomg mceiy. [neighborhood and c THE ARLINGTON PRINTING CO. [know too that we have such a[~ .~,~n ~.amro.p ano ~nei Lathr^.. h...~... ~....a~., Eilif Erickson who is a General mother's prayers wet J C CARPENTER -- FRANK MARSH '~complete store for home furnish- tmcKley, nappy mr~noay! "~ ............. ~" hos,qtal ~,atien w~*'- ~ ~....~.^.. as well as those of ~.. CARPENTER" . ........ Editor & Mgr.]'ngs as Henry Murrays. A home Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Atvazoff of= Mr. and. Mrs. Joe T?eit, daugh-[leg,'went~'through a'sec~n~*U~'o~:[friends. ~fered as 2rid Class matter, in the Post Office at Arlington, Wash-[could be completely furnished]Seattle and Mr .and Mrs. Harold!Ler, ~argm. ann Flits wanaateration last Tuesday[ : n, under the act of March 3, 1879. from Young~town~ kitchen cabin- Hanson of Tacoma were callers totn o~ Ardng~on. attenoed. ~nel . =. . ~ t B. Schwab _..~h~ ~.n~'ne _~o eta, Frigidaire kitchen eouin-at the O A Hanson home on Apple Blossom Festwal parade` Anotner new arnva] at the BHllof the television vie~ ......... ,[, , ,[ment and service room supp~ys.~'I[Sunday. The group visited Mr. on Saturday. They visited Grandl~erDe~erAar~a~Ythg'~L mo~neran~t Mr and Mrs Slei ~]] nr,n-~ rr,r r ||wish I had the biggesl deepland Mrs. Mac Klin also I~oulee ~am on ~ne~r re~urn tnpl~ s. ...... ~"=. "~":.~"Ytclearin~ and burning BRYANT Ill /::iU/~/V /'/1/.~]-~ [~ freeze and it were filled with[ The Cboraliers have been work-[hme Sunda~.. .... [rn:SPh~e ~enenr~ner,~er~er~cn~j.,a[[around~'heir new hot Alice Thomsen [][ By Stella Parsons [[~d'beSteaeRS T~e?St1~inWgUrld:r~l]ngt:~:he~reneX~ tP~g~ammWuhnii~h[ge~t~'l:n~nd~iSr. ~annd~IfS?~rgh~Iwith relatives'. ~'~'~'"s .......... ! Mr. and Mrs. Erne rnone 250W3 | " g " Y Swanso an Debb" " " Mr a " Everett spent Sund [ - [and bedroom furnishin-s would ......... [ n d m of Arhng- s C rohne Yost was under ~. ~] _~A{~ ~",~'m~~ !.Att.e.n~. 4-H Camp [fit any ty'-e of home to~o I won-]nail ~v~ay zGra. ton. were Sunday callers at theithe weather Monday, but feeling ~ and .. Mrs. ~ill Lun ,r~,,~, ~.aa~aa~,,, [m memo . [der who d~sts all of those ~h~-''-~[ " Mr Thomas Page of Seattle Clarence Swanson homefine again however: famny. ~,~,&~,,, $~ ~&$^~] [ Mrs Dale Steckelberg ~s to be]on disnla,, ]vm~ted at the ~ alter Lathrop[Ale Ronald Tve~t called from The Carl Matt .... 1. ........ [ Mrs. Herb Tuhn ~s v ~ home last we - ' ""~ "'~= ~ "~ - '~" ~L~| t~ ~LUgll~ [congratulated on bemg chosen[ . " . , eg. Texas Fridav within,, his Morn ..... -" ............. inK at Monroe nosp~u lg !! "~ /" ." ]as the Snohomish County 4-S[ you .havens gotten to[ ."Hi Neighbors" to Mr. and[a happy Mother's Dav% [u,,mant yellow u~ev. F~cKup.] "rh ....... ~,,tons U llcanon [leader representative to attend a[~ne nome Iurmsmng. s~age Yet]Mrs. Pete Klinger, who are new] Mrs "Olive Lilleorer~'had lunch[ The Arlington Heights Girls'[...C:'k~..J~.'=~',::-~.~.:: ..~1 _.. ~ ..... ]4-H Recreation camp in idaho!OU\ are ~aimng o~ mamona rings I residents on the former O'Neil[at the Freyd home last week [4-H Club met at the home of Ar-[~.~'".~^ ~:;Y..*"'~.':Y/. ~are ~range Master henry ~'-Ithis week She left Wednesdavlana an mote mmgs. Take a looklnlace [ f,_~,~ m^~ .... ,. ........ ..'+t.]dis Anderson Ma- llth Ip.u ~.y ~y uu~ !~arstensen. and other State]for Camp'Chatcolab w'Mch is a't[at them in Arnolds Jewelery "- Mr" and Mrs. Victor Freyditwo'~uffe~"~aws~'no'w ~uani~a[ It was deci'de-' to hol~ ..... [nomenKe. t-range oincers will be at Bryant[rho ~n.thor. tin nf I~lea ('n, or d']s~ore" They nave the type thatlwere entertaine~ with di-'--~r o+]-- ~ ~ - ~ .... ~ i ...... 2u ~ ~ u y~,, a.:~Mrs. Headley is tea .................. ~. ............ u ,,-,-,~ morman nat also nao tne mumps nual lVlotner s tea at me nome oi fu .Sunday, May 17th, to off~cmte at[a~,~n,~ t.,,u~ wu~ attend ela~e~[lck together and keep from]the Lowell Bowers at Br,,ant on[ ............. ....... [ ............ [of the young hope ~-a~ ,. ,**. " ' ............................. 'turnin ........ ~ ~ luut ~s on the way /o recovery.~nn .~uouson, ~unuay, naay x~,]..~ .... ~.... -L~ ~-x~,catlon o, the new ,~rangelthoro nn the teachin~ ofrecre-I g arounu In opposite air-/Sundav l ~act n~ health ~n ~a ~ao n ,,~"[~t 9 ,.,nl..aX. ~vh......~ ..... +~. I~'~a~ ~,~a.u. ........... ~ ections ' u* Idiot ui ll~gll~ll L~ tll~ l~Ot Ol ltO aL ~ ~ ~l~h, llllUg UglllUllStld" :h~lL Mike K. ronholm will be[ational activities including artsl ......... on the fmger. There s an[ Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Taylor of]unfortunate victims! I tions were given by Ardis Ander-[ ~Mr. and Mrs..Mel ! nonoreo ne is our only cnarter interesting lithe ganger turns out Mar Svllle amon those wno at __" ........ [and handicraft She is driving to[ ........ [ . . y " spent a few daysI Miss Norita Tveit took part in]son on hemming, Marilvn Til}~[ g ~e.m~er:A ham mnnerwjn ~e!the camp accompanied by fouri~emneWea~mg~r~ng and, gnps[vm~ting" at the James Taylor]Student Government Day at the]man on ironing a cotton~blouse,[Apple Blossom FestlV, ~~-~fi~'~' ~k~-*~.~v,~v~:.~"[delegates from other countieslfast ~-:~2":~7~....,_,s ~lu~.~y~_ ~t~nom_e tnisweeK. ~, [high school Wednesday. She]and Ann Adolfson on washing a/Mother's Day ~$ --:,-,,a-s= ,au,=~. ~,= u=u,,,~- whom she is meeting at the ferry 7. ~ultc d t/llllg. I~OW lI mey! Mr ann ivirs uoert Naas and]wan in ebargo ~f tho ~nali~h~nvlnu h]o,~ 15,~lioln,,~ r~]lei Mr ~nd Mr~ t,oslif ~" " COUlfl " " " . " .......... o ........ o .....~ ......................................... port will be after the d~.nner serv-[in Seattle. Attendance at this Jmetho].TM thmk of a fool proof]Mrs. Brick Baldwin of Arlington,[classes usually taught by Miss]made by Kay Baker were judged!a full house on Mol ~lg is over. Tne puonc is wel-I .... ~o ~ ........ ~ | a o~ Keeping tne husbands]were callers at the Art Tveits[June Herbert ]by the members as "blue ribb,m"]when their dauahters crone ..... v ............. and wives from going in the op last Thursda Mr o . . " " I. o [ ------- [ ....... "[ Y. [ . and Mrs Arthur Tve~t ]our- [work Ardm served enloyable re- ms were home .... ~ ]Silver Anniversary |posl[e. mrec~on. ~ut. of course at[ "It's a boy!" Bradley Mitchell[neyed to Sumner on Sunday [freshments following the meet-[ Mrs Caroline yosl -- " ~" ' ar onl four Silver,the (namona ring stage nardly/weighed in at 7 lbs 5 oz May~where they visited Mr and Mrs'ling ]many'gifts and all .venue ran e There e y ," anybody thinks of those thin s [11 : " [ " " " .... g ,[Wedding Anniversaries to a cen-[ --~---- g. , to Mr. and Mrs. Brmegar. Con-Arthur Roose. [ ------,------o~----- land families were tury so no wonder the Claud --~~ kbmefl at Bryant ]Damaskes have been celebrating.l O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO t t On Friday, May 8, 1953; at 7:30[Their anniversary date is really[~ NALLEY'8 FANCY ]p.m. Mr John Spada, State]the 12th of May but, Mother's|~a Red Ripe """"''"~ "~'" " " ~'% " Oz ~-~r~ ........... (]range Deputy, organized the]Day, the 10th, being a more ap.l~ e l~O~'~ "|l[% "PAl" " ".21A~ uureo ~nouluer Jl.~ JI, ad JLdl~ ar Rryant Juvenile Grange. There[propriate and convenient time to z-~l: J O~F the charter. Following a brief talk on the aims and purposes of the Juvenile Grange, election of officers was held, the following 'mames were elected to offices: Master, Barbara Brendemuhl; Overseer, Patricia Peterson; Lee- ~u~er, Annette Nape; Stewart, turer. Annette Nape; Steward, Albert Bowles, Jr.; Asst. Stew- ard, Leigh Brendemuhl; Chap- ~lain, Mary Nape; Treasurer, Ger- Sunday evening callers at :tl~e Thomsen home were Mr. and Mrs. Letter Haddenham and Sharon. They also called at the Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hale and daughter Florence of Seattle and Mrs. Grace Bertram of Lakeside, Wash., called at the J. B. Thorn- sen home. Mrs. Bertram stayed until Sunday morning Mrs. Ida Ardell was seen com. trig home from the Arling.ton were 40 children registered on celebrate, Violet's brother and NALLEY'S CRISP his wife, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Lee, " .~/-a ~-~ aided and abetted by their son e CUCUMBER CHIPS lb o,. and his wife, Jack and Delords Fancy Sunkist JarZ~C Crescent Sliced Lee, gave them a real party at[~ NALLEY'S RICH FLAVORED the Damaskehome. The bride of] . 24' 43c 2 27; twenty-five years ago was pre-]~ , . B~. SPAGHETTI and Cheese i~-o,. ~sented with a lovely orchid eor-]~ * * Cans " " " sage and she and Claud were~" Golden Ripe NALLEY'S TASTY given a beautiful wedding cake. RICE DINNERS Delicious Many flash pictures were taken. * Cans There were thirty-two present in- eluding the following: Mr. and Durkee's Colored " aid Carlson; ~eeretary, Barbara Mrs. George Lee of Marysville, Ingharn; Gatekeeper, Karl Brat- Mr. and Mrs. A.~. Soliver and ~ Fresh Crisp Large or Long land; Ceres, Rosemary Dunn; Larry of Edmonds, Mr. and Mrs. Pomona, Linda Aberge; Flora, Leonard Harrod and family of !0c Lb. Georgene Aberge; Lady Asst. Everett, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Han- . Steward, Rosemary Wahleithner. cock and family, Mr. Leonard Durkee's Sweetened--Long Thread Edna Brendemuhl was Hancock, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Firm Dry elected Matron of the Juvenile Rasmussen, Mr. and Mrs. Mel, ' Great Weather for Grange by the Bryant Grange. Cottrell and children all of Seat- She appointed as her assistants tle, and Victor Damaske, besides lbs. 25c Oz. Ih Mrs. Evelyn Fullerton, and Mrs. the ones giving the party and thel~ Pkg. = = I1~ :Irene Wahleithner. honored ones, Mr. and Mrs. Claud[~ . The installation of officers will Damaske. The community ex-[, - - i ~-S~ be held May 31st at 1 p.m. in the tends congratulations to this[~ Bryant Grange hall. A Juvenile couple. ' [t Flower and " - - "-'.eme.a..e Drill Team has been asked to On the real "anniversary date,[~ Juice _! l tome and install the officers, Tuesday, the 12th, Violet's par.[~F ,,~mers i,.asser.,es l'hSiieQt.Oe*_OU45 Tomato Plants .... doz. 49c Geraniums, nice large with the assistance of the State ents, Mr. and Mrs. George Lee[~ Cube plants ........doz. Grange Juvenile officia]s. The had a dinner for them at their.]~ Butter Dishes Size 19C ][ Cups or Saucers 2/19 Cabbage Plants doz. 39c Pansy Plants .doz. Imbllc is cordially invited to at- home in MarySville. They pre-[~ '" ... the installation. There will tented the Damaskes with a nicer -- .TumMers, red 6 Oaulmower Plants.doz. 39c BegoniaSsalvia ........... .......... fdoz.ea" be no Juvenile Grange meeting big electric toaster. ,= Ash Trays 2 15c /59 till after the installation. Don't forge't ~ date! Com-'[t Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Jack of Se- munity Club meeting this Friday attic Were week-end guests at evening, May 15th. Civil DefenSe Cinch Clown Brand ~'- .Oz. '~he Thomsen home is to be reported on and discuss- Colored ................. Royal Che] ed at the business meeting start- ing at eight o'clock. Following this, Mr. J. C. Carpenter will show his colored pictures of June Rose ...................... Q~. Brendemuhl home. scenic views, taken himself, in Mrs. J. B. Thomsen spent the theseUr OWnareStatevery Wegood haVeand heardwe,re Lb. 1' ~ Delicacy of the first of this week in Seattle vis- Park Lane Can |ring and shopping. She e sure all will enjoy them. The .... --1~' home with Mr. and Mrs. ~. ~t. will be at the Ed Almli meeting 7-Oz. J~ck, i " " home, 210 McLeod. ~ -Oz. Wednesday evening, May 6th, Honoring Mother's Day, Sun- Pkg...... Standby ,~ can Can ..... day, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Preston and sons, Michael and Wayne ~ Humko and Mr. and Mrs. Rick Preston and daughter, Cathy, were din- Pure Vegetable ~n ner guests at the Cecil Preston . , home. Monday evening callers COMBINAT[O~ DIAL Pabst-e, Staley's were Mrs. Lee Barron, Jeannette, 1--22c 1--17c Size e e $ e American Cheese Food 2 "~x Carole, Mary, and Judy Watkins .......................... Hospital last Sunday mornmg, of Mukilteo. These girls are We hope she is recovering fast. daughters of Laura's brother ~ Carnation Brand oZ. Mrs. C. F. Turnipseed is also George Watkins, ~ Small Size .......................................... ~ C~a home again and feeling as good Mrs. O. C. Robison is ill witl~ Corn or Glo~ as ever. Good to see you out.pneumonia. Her neighborhood R~ ~IP~ Hardtak 1~7 There will be another dance friends wish her a speedy get- ~ ~ .t~..p'& at the Bryant Grange hall next well Lb. Saturday night. Music by theI Mrs J W Johnson received a Johnson union band ~ [teleuhone call Tuesday from her OTH FOR ~ ,,,~,--t~ ~ Piggy Bank Boll.el ~' ~ o, ~-- Pkgs. ~ Last week's dance was well a~:'father. Mr E.'M. Farrow, who 1 tended Ever one nat a gooa " , 1 _. :.. ~ tlad arrived inEverettfrom ~ Cane and Maple ............................. :.... ~'Bo~le ~ umeMr.atanaBryant.~vlrs. Aloert-- .... l~owles Greefi River, Utah Goldie. drove[ ~ a TH. .N ~nd children snent Mother's Da- l to Everett to meet h~m He had ~ l q '--------" -, w . . ~lstonned on his way, at Baker,[~ BRAND Do~g 1) 0 1 Please Brand at Cupeville visiting Iriens r~'~" ~Don Howe ........ of Bryantt~ "iit withl" I SSUEhomestauoneo ]. ~1~ |-- --.,u.---- g TlUU e Lldici Mr. and Mrs. W. L. McKernan I~ls~)rotl~er, Ri'ct~ar~ ........... I Bathroom spent last week-end at Spokane. " .... I_ , ~ The also took Mr Ray McKer- ~l~,~'~]|~l .,ey ...... ho was drafted for[at San Diego, was recentl~[= Pond's _..~V Sh~t ~ the Army. While over there they on leave and vls~ted the J. :[~ en]~eRdo~efr~n~iul~leP~Cnm~f Seattle]J$.hnkT~Sn;:y, M I~SOay C~ar~a!i[ D For Whiter wa~l~ was ut t the Art Fullertns t]wn'lte ann sn' l"arry a ........ [" s&WSal visit his mother Mrs. Margaret eaneu on mem.)wrs,e s rv ite l Itoshaw, last Sunday. wnse nus,an~s .m ~.n. ~ isl " ! ; Mrs. Grace Houser and Helen stadnea at ~amK' AlasKa' I. Rolls 3S e Gal ..... Sill visited the Co-op Farm at staying with his parents in Dar-[ BurlingtOnBarbara l~StBrendemuhl,week Jorene[[rlngtnThe W.frc.asufddsmnthSMother'-[O p. e. ' Tomato Jmce.. 12"c 12c Peas, 4-sieve . . 14 Cooper, Florence Lower, Leigh[Day with their daughter, V~vmn[ ~ ~ Brendemuhl, and Mrs. Edna!Sundquist and family. [~ Fruit Cocktail . . 29c Peas, 3-sieve . . Brendemuhl were among theI Oscar Southermark went up tol ~. Borene Soa Oz No 303 group from the Congregational[sedro.Woolley Wednesday to be[ ~l~ Veg. Cocktail . ' 46c 39c Corn, cream . . . 22c Church going to Seattle last sat- with his wife again. She is stay-] i urday. [ing'whileill'atherdaughter'sl"! ~ 2 PO" The go.betweens held their]home, the Joe Nemos. Saturday/ Grapefruit Sections 25c Pork & Beans.. 28 28c first birthday party Tuesday atlevening Mrs Frances William-I~ the home of Mrs Mary Fulfs~ " " 2 No 303 ",son and Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Wll-[~ Tomato Aspic . . Can 21C Green Beans SIEVE c~ 30C Mrs Mar Fulls and Mrs Eva h w Y " "amson ent up to see her. [ lyn Shoup were the recipients of ~-7~ .--7----=-~, [ ~ Oz No. 303 manybeautiful cards frtheir=A repr~'was g~ven "~'Y the]"I BrownBread..16"c 23c ShcedBeets . . 17c birthdays. Games were played ~r:aSUmrer, h~v~rgare~w~YSoeo~ on] ; Giant and lunch was served by Edna Y ' No I No a03 Package . Brendemuhl and Mrs. George the cake and coffee sale. [A Ripe Olives ex. Ige. :i, 29c Kidney Beans . . 18c Aberge. There were 14 women A discussion on the program| and 9 children present. The next was again held. Different enter-] meeting will be at the home of tainment for the program was[ :Mrs. Helen Sheppard May 27. decided on. It was agreed that| o we send invitations to other 4-HI ~_*||~_ g'~ .... clubs to come to the program. | nmtop uroup The next meeting will be a[~ This Week's 0-1 ~ || joint meeting with The uusyt~ Jackpot Winner: nvana Bakers," held at the Silvana|~ The Hilltop Group of the Sil- School, May 23rd. 4-H girls, heldtheir regular Everyone from "The Hilltop DAVID CARLSON vana meeting at the home of Janiel Group" is to bring cream puffs, and Betty Lynn Ratekin, on to be judged. May 9th. After the meeting was ad- ~ R. 4, Arlington Before the meeting Janiel gave journed, everyone enjoyed a de- e Prices effective at ArlinWton on May 15 and 16, 1953. Every item unconditionally guaranteed. No sales te dealers. We a demonstration on rolls, licious lunch, served by Mrs. right to limit. The meeting was called to or- Ratekin, and watching TV.--Liv der by the president, Irene Wahl. Storwick, reporter.