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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASItINGTON, TItURS., MAY 14, 1953. PAGE FIVE Anne Meugniot Phone 152J1 The Hettie Lowe Guild will meet Wednesday night, May 20, Day tea and openI with Mrs. Joseph P. Mathews, Jr., at the Arlingt°n1329 McLeod • the Hospital Guild " . . 'rnoon was a very The Lutheran Gmld will meet !air. The tea table Tuesday night, May 19, with Miss the upstairs parlor at Margie Thompson. of the hospital, the Miss Helma Anderson and Mrs. ! li~lng room. It:,was Hulda Anderson spent three de- t!h an arrangement of lightful days in Vancouver, B. C., ,vaite carnations and last week. They were the guests The doctor's wives of theirnephew and his wife, the Sabo had charge Virgil Petersons of Seattle• register, which was Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Victor women. Wrobliski last week were Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fowler and Tommy stayed overnight Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Fowler. On Sunday they were joined by Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Fowler, Janis and Ricky, and all went to Hope Island for a smor- gasbord dinner. Spending Mother's Day with Mrs. Grace Gunderson were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gouge of Lester, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Prather of Lynwood, Mr. and Mrs. Basil Davis, and Donna Gunderson• Mrs. Paul Wangsmo .. and daughters, Mrs. Lowell Beath, Mrs. Lavern Teague, Mrs. Harry Yost and Mrs. Don Honeycutt motored to Parkland to the May Day Festival Thursday• Paul Wangsmo, Jr., participated in the Norwegiata folk dancing and crowning of the May Day queen. They returned in the evening• Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wangsmo S1LVANA I Mrs. irene Vognild, correspondent, Sons of Norway Festival Saturday A good program has been ar- ranged by the committee of the three Sons of Norway lodges; namely, Arlington, Stanwood and Silvana, when they invite the public to observe the Nor- wegian Independence Day at Vi- king Hall on Saturday evening. May 16th, at 8:15. Following the program there will be dancing and refreshments will be served by members of the D. of N. Ev. eryone is assured a good time. Spring Festival CEDARVALE- GRANDVIEW Helen Sheppard, corr. Airman 2rid class Carl F. She~ )ard and his bride Betty, were week-end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C.A. Sheppard Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Sheppard of Ellensburg accompanied them. After visiting several points of 'nterest in Washington, Carl and Betty will return to Salena, Kan. ~as ~vhere he is currently station- ed. Miss Nancy Rogne went to Wenatchee last week to attend the Apple Blossom Festival• Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Batrelett of Seattle spent Mother's Day with Mr. Bartlett's mother, Mrs. Bes- sie Bartlett. Mr. F. M. Coffman was a guest Thompson, who and Mrs. Jack Wagner of Salem, were honored guest~ at the Low- ~ ~'~lI~ in the home of Charles Coffman,' ,and owns and Oregon, who came on Wednesday ell Beath home Sunday, Mother's An_ --ten House his son, at Lament, Wn. Mr•[[ ~ hospital, showed and spent the rest of the week. Day, and Mr. Wangsmo's birth- ;ts the equipment Week-end guests were Mr. and day. Those present to make it a The pupils and teachers of the Coffman enjoyed a week of fish-I I ~P'~ Guild had purchas- Mrs. Lester Foss of Corvallis• happy occasion were Mr. and Silvana Grade School invite the ing and relaxing. Use of the hospital. Mrs. Foss is Mr. Wrobliski's Mrs. Harold Carlson, Lavern community to attend Open House The Peterson f~milies were -~d the resuscinette, a sister• The Wrobliskis spent Teague's family, Harry Yost and at the school on Thursday eve- Mother's Day guests in the home r electro-surgery, an Tuesday of this week in Sedro- family, Don Honeycutt, Sonja ning, May 21st, beginning at 8. of Roy M,~cDonald of Arlingnton. It an anaesthetic Woolley with her brother, Mr. Joe Wangsmo and Shirley Jacobs There will be good entertainment Mr. and Mrs. Frank Albin and Ld an obsterical table• DeMayer. and the host and hostess, Mr. and a nominal charge of 25c will family were Sunday dinner and Mrs. Lowell Beath, and faro- be taken at the door• Patrons of guests at the Paul Sheppard a . out a new oper: Mr. and Mrs. Jess Cahoon were il ' the community are all invited• home• nu stretcher tnat , ,the guests of Mr and Mrs. Gee. " o Lunch will be served. Mr. Walt Bruhn became ser- _ ,tr. ThompsonhadIArmstrong of Wenatchee for the Mar]can Nellipa, daughter oi iously ill Saturday, May 9 and and mentioned new week-end The- enlo-ed the At,- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Barney was ~...~,. Torske was taken to the Veterans hospi- ~Uipment that had re-[nle Blossom FeJstival Jthere ~ baptized at Our Savior's Luther- ~-='~'-~ont P T C C tal in Seattle. Installed in the base- an Church Sunday Sponsors for . The ladies from the Mr. and Mrs. Hjalmer Espe and ..... " - -. - The last meeting of the Parent commun- 'er ...... l family spent Mother's Day with t~ ~CCaatSl~Ona~V~r. l~In:s lvz~c~ar~.O~ie Teachers Community Club was ity between Bryant and Grand- , y reassuring to rxno Mrs Espe s parents Mr and Mrs ~," ~ u~ .. J, ~ held in the'School Auditorium on view have formed a birthday ttalso immaculate, ' inompson eater olnner ..... .a~.~ . I George Hancock of Camano Is- ~ .... .~ ~...'~.,. o...+~. ~.~.i,. ~..n Thursdav evening May 7• Elec- club which is to be called "The -u well eaulppea ,~...n ~=,~=~ ~,,, ,,= ,~=~, ~,~,,,z ~,,,~, . . v ....... Go-Between•" May 12 they met , ~ • ,~a.u ............. ,rich oI Otilcers tor next year wa~ • . . - • D*Br--a--okw Mrs E ] L I M-s. Elwood Falor, Rockney and Barn yhome_lVnSSelViar3°ne .nompson at tnel~...~ni ,.,~,hIpres d'ent:" tr,,~le,ql,,,,,,~, res,,lt~:j~u a qJorsl~e vi~ce at the home of lVir. and Mrs. G. ~IA ..... wesley went to cnurcn ann spent . . , ; . Fulfs to honor Mrs. Fulls and rs. Joseph P. Math-] ............ Weslyan Gmld will meet at[ ....... nt So"hia Haarsa"er" Mrs. Shoup on their birthdays. I • me flay In ~verett ~unuay wire pre~me , p s , rs Vmtor Olson were ............ the home ~4-Mrs Beth Amy R 3 I~--retar.. Mrs W Ho-d-ck and Fourteen members were present. 11 "- .~. _ ~. I lvlrs, rater s aunt, lvlrs• Minnie ..... ~.__ ' • '1 ~ec ~,, • • . ~ , ~r:m.e ~rst .tzongre-~Hubbard" Mr. Falor was work- ruesoay, tviay ±~m. Itreasurer, OliverNysether. Re- A luncheon of cake, jello and . ~s.tmntmurcn ot nr:lin~ and could not be with them• i Wm. H. Bagley, Jr., is in Van IDorts for the previous year coffee was served• attenaed the annum "~ ...... I ~, ,,n ~. ^,,,~,, h,n,,~ .... Nuys, Calif., on business• On the iproved it successful. Mr. Terje- meetln at van ~ ............ ~ ,~-~,,- ,~,-,--s--.- '-. g . "l .... m ...... •,~,o ,,~ ~n. annlway down he stopped to seelson, superintendent of schools, ~ELL IT---If you b&veany artlcl'~ ash, last Tuesaav, ............. s~,~-o~o ,, ....... c/o , ~, ........... , .... of furniture nor in use, try , , " . ~.'l~o r~,o~ ~o,~,,~.~,. ~t ~,~,~ Te Io, ogt. xxooert Smltn ano Iaml~y[was present an(1 spoke a iew and Thursaay It .................... s .....~..~ .o- . . • ,. • Times classified ad. ' - - o " ]a.rl ,, ~r,t~,~ n~,• ~,o ~,n Im Pleasanton, Calif. Mrs. Sm~thlword~. A feature of the evening aSllal comerence, very ,-',,~ "- -'-~t"~- o ~--z .......... - .~_ , • • , .... ],,~ ........ i,,,~a o 1 .... ~,, or, i,.l~o the former Mary Lou Bagley. ,was an old fashmned spelhng ~n˘l I~V~g~Ch~'-L~ar- ,well attenaett ana!';s%",-" "~L'-;',L'tL"_,j-,_:::f__LL-2_':I The Women's ~ociet,, "f Chris !bee Refreshments were served, sen also attended• Beatrice Rod -~gates present,-'wit'la]fr°m all her children• 1~3neSg~es v,Dialle r~ref:e ~t5 ~eiShower . congratulated Thelma Lodge on • .eople in attendancel. Mr. andMrs. Bill.Bagley Street Wednesday Mayl The Memorial Hall was the: behalf of the local lodge• lags ]lwomer s t~ay witn her parents, , ' v " w ! -- • • 20, at 2 p.m. I scene of a lo ely bridal she er Attends Meetihg .tUrn trip Mrs. LeachlMr. and Mrs. G. M. Lundgren, in ............. Ilast Friday evening when Miss In Montana ~"--"'~ to s""nd~:verett Jonn ~WlnK le~t ~eatue lues- .. - ~ ""-s ..... ~-- ---,~.xa.l pc • ,- - ~ . .[~warcnetta rm ellt)acn was non- Mrs. Bergie Drivstuen is at- s with her daughter] Mr. and Mrs. E• G. Fatland! a lm°rnIn g. .o.o .= The dining room was beau- , the Jack A]rthauds• welcomed all their children home'l .... . : J P "1 ~H#"llx'# .................. dooarntod xxrlth l~ro'o~,_ tending a director's meeting of Vrs ~a~--*- C'undersonIon Mother's Day. Those presentllnga (~re~ge•m a platinum mmelwhite baskets of early spring the Grand Lodge, Daughters of • ,~ ~v- "-" n Norway, P. C. in Butte, Montana, ~,,~..., ~ ~..~.. ~.~ ]were Mr and Mrs Maurice Beatyln°rtn o~ ,~ncnorage. tie plan eo ~ ....... Games were enjoyed by this week• She joined Thelma ~.,t~ ~ a o,~0:˘ ~,~, : • " to ston over in Juneau for two~'" ...... ~ ~ - , born Monday morn-Iand their hve sons of Seattle,}dv,,~ *'~ ,~˘~t ~ ..... t~ x~ --d the guests, who were seated at Berg, G. L. president, in Everett, ~1, in Honolulu ThelMr" ann Mrs. warren matt anulGL~o ;g.L'~gw']n°k*%~::kO,h,-':-b^~l't~slsmall tables centered ~With min-lwhere they boarded the Great [s are Mr and "Mrs [their two daughters, of Everett;t~v"~'_*Ym'.f _ ~. o,y~ ~ ,adeiiature baskets of flowers. MisslNorthern train. Other bo~rdI went to AlasKa Jonn has m ff Silvana" and Mrs'!Mr- and Mrs. A1 Lien and tour off_. _ ;~ .' ....... IRosenbach was assisted in open-lmembers joined the two in Se-! ~'~ ~rson "ltheir seven children; and Mr. andnJs home case m Arimg.~on wImring her many gifts by her sister, i attle. Members from Oregon and ~rs. Orville Christo-teMh~2n°rd#~e #a~t~ls ap#o htWe°itwn:s ~an~Yr;e~la~So~mar~hly" ~fny M.~. E ula Wh~e, and.her flutur~ California will also attend. They s Hoffland) of Ever-lsix ~,reat ~randchildren~ I amlin January after two years in the smter~n-,~a~ b~,,_ ~encmuswo,,~n expect to return home the latter! r ~, ~, • ~ ............................ part of this week. i P cud arents of a] servme fourteen months of it . P sorry to report that Mr Fatland ntered w everl The Salem Lutheran Ladies' dley Allen rn ~.~. ~._^.. ql f .... vera~ w~.ks spent m France Since that t~m ......... ra be " "' " ' e table ce ~th a cl y SeattleThe ~,rand-I Mr. ano Mrs• ~tanmy J~vans and in Everett He will be re small parasol mostesses ~o e Aid met in Memorial hall lastI • . •. -. ° ~ rand family and Mr and Mrs I . . ~ " ..... !-Ipartywere Mesdames Clara Wednesday afternoon. A reading] mr. anu lvlrs. ~am - • . • memoereo oy many ~rilngton " " r krli ~ and Mr ]Lloyd Sather and familyspent] e le for tb e °" h rad /Wahl Tdhe Hurlb~. Eleano :was given by Elsie Pryor andI ngton " ' ii]vans~'Vsville[P op e y ar aner e g - ' ~v~2~a~' : Christoferson of!M~t~h~s Day M~earhriMsar uated from high school, when he nGrrUW~ilolnD2nr°t n,Ly~e:n Mrs. O. J. Haukeness read aI d w t ~w s t:s 1 ed , ~ Mother's Day poem. A letter was[ • • ' drove a school bus and he p . "s ~. ~ .. _lthe parents .of. Mr, Evans and[teach ttrivin- until he was calledLand Marie Larsen./~)~rs assl t- read from Gerald Wahl by his lensto ~vir ano ~; t . .• " .... Mrs Sather. [into the Arm- ling were Janice Larsel~, Liv Stor- mother, Mrs. Clara Wahl. In hiz megar on tne mrm " ~. • r .......... hell I Miss Irene Fingarson back in[ v~k, Carol Wahl and' Barbara letter Gerald described his tripI I ~l, Llley IVIILC • . ' . )n r~nme Demon [Seattle after a very race trap tolM_tL___ l__ u..... J Gruwell. , .. to Germany and the country! .'..;, *'= .......... "lthe middle west came homellUUtllU[~ /~I'U IIUllO[UU t~uests at the nome o~ Mr. ann over there. He is with the armedi ˘111 meet IIltilbU4~ ' • r " w mem • ,Io.._.~ ....... e--'~ *he da-' w~th| M s. John M~ckelsen ere - forces in that country. A short] IDtAIIU~t tt) ~b~ 11~ • )' . t Mrs.,Win. Bagiey,[,.~r fLail'" the Fred Fin'-arsons [~" I~,~,,~ {~tb~w bers of the famdy from Everett, business meeting was conductedI one o clock dessert/"e z. s .IV~ a~o.ot.,ulal ~.~ta Mt Vernon and SeotOe f-r Moth- by the president, Myrtle Stensaa,] be served. ] .Mr. Harry Hammerly of Marys-I As part of the Mother's Day er's Day .... and refreshments served by Mrs.[ Vern Pompella oflvlile orougnt ms starer ~wrs wm ~observance at the meetin of Fi tt the we k-end Monigar, a lovely fuchsia plantldeli h er g " w " Clara Wahl, Mrs. Ed. Rosenbachl . ~ ] ......... ty C apt Eastern Star, on Several members from Camilla aensen ror lvmmer s ~ay W dnes~a i~ ~ " " le ~ and Mrs. M. Nysether concluded! • • e (1 y, ay t~,; t~ars, t:arr" t.ollett Lodge No.'25 motored to the afternoon. Adams, the oldest mother pres- Everett last Wednesday evening, There will be Luther League in ent, and Mrs. Ruth Germain, the where they attende4 :t~e 45th an- the Memorial Hall on Sunday youngest.mother, were presented niversary of T3!elm~0ge No. evening, May 17th, at 8:15. The your with special gifts. Worthy Ma- 26. Those att~ndingrrV~re Ben- which will be centered program tron Grace King, also presented trice Rod, Myrtle Stensaa, Alice around the Norwegian Independ- each mother with a plant as a Moe. Josephine Henry, Evange- ence Day, will show a film on Mother's Day gift. line Storvik, Hazel MeCann, Hun- majestic Norway. Refreshments The Lodge also held a memor- nah Knutsen, Hazel Peterson, will be served. ial service for the late Mrs. Edna Shaw• The members enjoyed several accordion numbers played by Le. nora and Jo Ella Wilkins. thrill Gift of * ARNOLD'S Gift Watches Choose a dainty, dependable time- piece for her, a handsome, accur- ate model for him from our wide se- lection- GRUEN -- HAMILTON- ELGiI BULOVA - WALTHAM Priced from $29.7 Other Makes from $19.75 Pen & Pencil Sets By Parker and Waterman PENS .... '- from $3.50 SETS.. -~ . . . from $&75 Links • Tie Holders • Electric Razors 1342 - Arlington Refreshments were served in the dining room following the meeting, tables being gaily decorated with May poles and May baskets, filled with home made candy. Mrs. Mac 'Bagley was chairman of the committee. At the next meeting, May 20, there will be initiation• All mem- bers of Order of Eastern Star are invited• O Arlington Children In Dance Recital The following Arlington chil- dren, students of Larraine Gor- don, will appear in the Dance Recital at the North Jr. High School, Everett, on Saturday, May 23rd: Vaunden Edson. Cheryl Wog- nild, Rochelle Ludwick. Timmy Bjorn, Linda Ruckert, Marcia Lumen, Patricia Jones, Elizabeth Ann Sipperell, Diane Hendrick- son, Deena Kay Danubio. Susan Jane Hendrickson, Nancy Huber, Joyce Quillitz, Darlene Schroedl, David Schroedl, Susan Murphy, Barbara Carlson. Mrs. Zelma Alexander will be their accompanist. O McCaulley, Royce Receive Degrees Among the nearly 500 Univer- sity of Washington students who received bachelor's d e g r e e s, teaching and nursing certificates and advanced degrees, in March, according to announcement by Mrs• Ethelyn Toner, registrar, were two from Arlington, Marion J. McCaulley, bachelor of arts in business administration, and Gerald Arthur Royce, bachelor of arts in Economics• o Pre School and Kindergarten Group to Meet Mother's Day will be observed when the Pre school and kinder- garten group of the Degree ofI Honor meet at the home of their director, Mrs. Martha Nuns. on Saturday afternoon, May 16th at 2 o'clock• All members are re. minded to be present• There will be gifts and a treat• Will Open for Business Mrs. Mary Fulfs, Proprietor ) 0 IN EFFECT First 300 cu. ft ..................... $1.50 Next 700 cu. ft ................. 10c cu. ft. Over 1000 cu. ft ................ 7c cu. ft. Keep Your Lawn Green WATER DEPT., TOWN OF ARLINGTON Pictured Above BEMBERG S EER 3.98 12-20 14~-24~ Pictured Above DARK HEMSTITCHED SHEER 8.90 12-20 I~stUred Above HEER 0TTON 8.90