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PAGE SIX iiill 9 THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASttINGTON, THURS., MAY 14, 1.03. Mrs. ttorace Enyeart, Pat Wick, Rcmger S~tle District Mr. and Mrs. Pat Wick and three children arrived at the ranger station Friday evening. Mr. Wick is the new Suiattle District Ranger, replacing War- ren Pressentin who was recently transferred. He was raised in Seattle and has worked in the Community Building There will be a special work day on the community building Saturday. It is hoped to be ready to put the roof on. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Black left Sunday morning for a visit to North Carolina. Their son Rich- ard remained in Darrington. Forest Service since 1946. He Mrs. J. C. Bryson and daughter started as district ranger assist-Beverly visited with Mrs. Alma ant in Chelan in the Tonasket~ Ross at Mount Vernon, Saturday. area. After one year, he was Saturday and Sunday visitors transferred to the Shelton Dist- rict of the Olympic National For- at the home of Mr. and Mrs. eat as Timber Sales Officer on Harry Bullen and daughter Bar- the Shelton cooperative sustain- barn were Burton Lawrence and ed yield unit and remained there Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bullen and for three years. Next he was daughter Sherrie all of Seattle. transferred to the Packwood 3herrie rema!ned for a few days visit district, Gifford Pinchot Forest, Week-end visitors at the home where he was timber manage- ment assistant for three "years of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Fauce,tt and now to Darrington. His wifewere[ Mr. and Mrs, Charms noi- is formerly from Texas Their lender and two daughters of Port three children are two boy's Day-Townsend They also visited at id, fmthe third grade, and Jack l;~euh~meaf Mwr a~ddrMerS. Jack aged 2 years, and one daughter, e d Dianne aged 3 years. I A letter has been received ---------- l asking about the possibilities of S]~srill.Neiflerpxum [giving the play "Comin Round Miss Fran~ces Ellen Neider-lthe Mountain" at.Skykomish. pm~m and J. B, Sherrill Jr. both of[ Mrs. Orpha Chase of Seattle Darrington, were united in mar-]spent last week at the home of ria'ge at the Baptist parsonage att her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob 11:30 a. m. Saturday, May 9.[Hilton Sr., papering the house. Ihev. Charlie Brown officiated.tOn Sunday Dennis Chase flew up Carl Calhoun and Mr. James~from Seattle to have breakfast Wyatt were the witnesses. [ with his mother on Mother's Day. -------- ! Miss Josephine Hollingsworth Sunday visitors at the home viiis caring for the two youngest Mr and Mrs Lawrence Freese - - Nebel children, at her home in and family were Mr and Mrs "tDarrington, uhile the Nebel Alfred Strotz and two daughters[horne is being remodeled. The of A~lington, Sam Esperson and!two girls Mary Frances, 4 years Elaine of Belhngham and Miss ...... i~ .~ .~ " land Elizabeth 2 years, daughters ~mrtey TOOK OI ~vere~L [of Doctor and Mrs. S. F. Nebel of Holley Greenleaf, daughter oft Arlington, will be here for about Mr. ancl Mrs. Allen Greenleafla month. celebrated her fifth birthday on R,;ndrv nftornnnn virit,~r ut monaay at [ne nome o~ ner pa ...... "1 the home of Mrs. Sylvia Hol- e~m. racy . guests were }wrs.llingsworth and family were willard Uroten ann son ~onny, r)notnr ~nr] A~v~ ~ ]? N~hat a~,~ Mrs Wallace Overholt and so , ..~ A.~;..+... : ....... ] son Samm:~ ,,~ ~,--sw-. Alvin, Mrs. Porter k'nnnps anu( Week-end visitors at the home three children, Mrs. Irvin Ols.onlof Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Howard and son .Johnie. Everyone haa aland son Roscoe were Mr. and good time and enjoyed the . , Mrs. Jimmie Armstrong and son mDeneon. [Gregory of Edmonds. On Sat- Week-end visitors at the home'~urday e~lening they were joined of Mr. and M[r.,s. Victor Gilmouriby Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Anderson were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Stock oil and enjoyed cake, ice cream and Seattle. The Gilmores spent last,coffee. Monday in Seattle and Snoqual-[ Mr. and Mrs. Rich Jones and rote. J family reports that their ~ son June Ashe, daughter of Mr.]Gene and family have moved and Mrs. Tom Ashe celebrated~l from Ellensburg to Everett. her fourteenth birthday, Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Jones and aflemoan at Che home of her family spent Sunday visiting at parents, with a small family the h~)mes of Mrs. C. Christensen party. Those present were Missiof Bellingham and Mr. and Mrs. P. T. A. Meeting On Ma~/20th The next Parent Teacher As- sociation meeting-will be held Wednesday, May 20th. There will be a style show, photogra- uhy exhibit, installation of of. ricers and a report on the state convention held at~ Yakima. Ma~ Itenson of Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. Burke Henson, Mr. anti Mrs. Ferman Henson and children and Miss Jean Haga. Everyone en.~3 ed a iAece of the birthday cake. Mr. and M~s. Owen Wells and daughters Donna,,. DeIoris and Deanna spent Sunday in Seat- tie with Mrs. Well's mother, Mrs. Cora Nea~s, having dinner "out and later watching the water skiing. Mrs. Charles Barnhart was very pleasantly surprised Sun- day when upon returning home after a few hours absence, to find her daughters, Janice, Pat- ty and Sandra. had prepared a very delicious chicken dinner for he~" in honor of Mother's Day. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Barnhart al- a were guests. The. Tanda and the Tanda Kant groups of Campfire Girlsl had a pot:luck dinner for their parents at the city halt Saturdavi night. There were between 35 and 40 persons served. Sunday dinner gt~ests at the Ervin Weidkamp and family of Lynden. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jones and family spent the week-end visit- ~ng at the home of Mrs. Etta Pratt of Bellingham and at Birch ~ay. Mrs. Eob Jones was the guest of honor at a luncheon at the ~ome of Mrs. Roger Boyd Thurs- Mrs. Lloyd Rankin has been spending a few weeks at Suther- land, Oregon. Mrs. Charles Neidigh and daughter Patty left Friday, to go to Nevada where they will visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Vance Rogers were Sunday supper ~uests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stiles and family of Lyman. Visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ruskow- ski and family are Mr. Ruskow- ski's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Max Pilarowski of Detroit, Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Pilar- ski's aunt and uncle, Mrs. Max Pila 'owski Mich gan. Mr. and l~ owski attended the Mardi Gras in New Orleans, motored through California and up the coast and after their visit here. will go on to 'Canada and then return to De- troit. Those from Darrington who participated in Janice Hurn's accordian recital in Arlington, Friday evening were Maurice I Zion Lutheran Church, Silvana I Baptist Church ! J. H. Myrwang, pastor Bible study and service Sun: Saturday, May 16-, 9:30 a.m.,,day afternoon, 2:30 to 3:30, for Confirmants meet. a few weeks, by Rev. Rogers of Sunday, May 17~9:45 a.m.,'Everett. Sunday School. 11 a.m., Divinel----------- Worship Services. Holy Baptism.[ Congregational Church Catechization of Confirmation lA. D. Brokaw, minister class. All are invited. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. I Morning Worship, 11 o'clock. Assembly of Cod Church ~Sermon, "Those of THE WAY." Rev. V. Detgatty, pastor [ Sunday Services: 9:45 a.m.,]Our Saviors Lutheran Church Sunday School Rally. 11 a.m.,~Burke & Newberry ty: Name of church, address, al services 11 a.m. Christian Science aame of pastor, time of service Prayer Service Wednesday, at First Church of Christ, Scient. ~nd sermon subject. All notices 8:00 l~.m. ~ ist, Fourth and Dunham streets. to be in Times office by 2 p.m. Church located on corner of Sunday School 11 a.m. Sun. tuesdays. ,Burke and Talcott at head of: day Service 11 a.m. -------:~--------------- Lincoln bridge. Wednesday testimonial meet. -- ling 8 p.m. _.__ [ First MetlIodist Church Reading room, Church edifice, SHOULTES I Arnt O. Quall, pastor open Monday 2 to 4 p.m. and I l Church School, 9:45 a.m. Mrs. Wednesday 2 to 4 p.m. and 6:45 Mr. and Mrs. Britt Dudek and Dale Price, supt. Public Service to 7:45 p.m., except legal holt- children left on Saturday for a 11 a.m. Rev. B. T. Cross will be:days. trip to California to see his the speaker. - The subject of the Lesson-Ser- brother, Lt. William Frederick Choir practice Thursday, 7:30 mon for Sunday, May 17th, is: Dudek. at Alameda. They will p.m. "Mortals and Immortals." also visit Herman Britt at Mar- Golden Text: Romans 8:6. To Seventh-Day Sabbath School al services 11 a.m. vice Tuesday, 8:00. Catholic Church Father James H. E ~unday masses: Arlington -- 9 third and fifth Sur on second and fourth Stanwood~9 a.m. and fourth SundayS, first, third and fifth Faith Mission ChurCa Bro. Adamson in Sunday School, Morning worship, worship, 7:45. Weekly services rhursday and Church of Jesus of Latter Day Saints Sunday School 10 g, W. hall. ~GTON CHUE~ Methodist O. I. Borseth, pastor Sunday School 10 ! ship 11 a.m. evening i p.m. Catholic Church Mass every Lars Stangla~d, Mrs. Molly Col- ony and Mrs. Bertha Stangland all of Stanwood. School Activities There will be a Spring Concert at the high school Eriday, May 15, at S p. m. The Senior class enjoyed their annual "Traveling Supper" Mon- day night. They started with ap- tended the American Baptist petizers at the home of Dorothy State canvention held at the Robinson at about 5 p. m., soup Baptist church in Mount VerneU. at the home of Jack Welsh, salad on Thursday and Friday. Th y at the home of Ivalee Rensink, nt Thursday night at the the main course at Shirley spe ~ , s' home of Mrs. Ella Gray of Clear White s. dessert at Joann Jone Lake. , land mints and beverages at Bob Mrs. Jim Lewis of Snohomish,[Thomason's. Mrs. Tht, odore Lewis and Mrs.} The Biology class went to Clear Sam Bates spent Wednesday in Creek Falls, Thursday on a field Everett on business, trip. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bates and son Jack and Mrs. Gerald Ashe and two sons Tommy and Johnie spent. Sunday in Seattle at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Joe Camp- bell and sons. Mr. and Mrs. George Bowman $r. and son left Frit~ay morning for Idaho, where they will make their home, near Boise. They accompanied by Mr. and ]~xa. Ni]es Colson who went for a visit Saturday and Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Hyatt and two daugh- ter~ were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Campbell and son of LaGrande. Mrs, Hyatt and two daughters we~t home with the visitors to stay for a week or more. The temperature for last Tues- day was 89 degress and the hum- Jdi~y 20, as reported from the ranger station. ]Jr, and Mrs. J: C. Bryson and ~ly spent Mother's Day at the he~ne of :Mrs. Bryson's mother Mxs, Flora Cook of Marysville. There will be a Teenage dance at the City Hall, Friday night. Darrington played Lake Stev- ens here, Monday losing by the score of 10 to 5. There will be a game with Sul- tan here Tuesday. Both games are make up games which Were rained out. There was a large attendance at the Mother's Day Tea at the school Friday afternoon. After a program put on by the .grade school, every(me enjoyed the Tea in the cafeteria. APPRECIATION We wish to thank our neigh- bors and friends for calling the fire department Sunday; when fire broke out in the woodshed. We were away from home at the time and what could have been very serious was avoided with but little damage. Our apprecia- tion and thanks go to all of you who helped save our home.--Mr. and Mrs. Allen Greenleaf and family. pictures 9f the girls. C SISCO HF! HTS Mrs. Willts Hilde, corr. Phon~ 2117 Community Club met at th, home of t~e Earl Hill on Friday I night. The evening was spent in discussing old business. The group gathered for a work night on the church on Wednesday evening,~lso Saturday. Everyone come and make the work lighter next Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Curtis called at the Harold Helgeland home on Wednesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Leif Arstad and children of Ferndale spent Sun. day with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Patch. Joyce Turner has returned to school after a long illness. The Sisco Heights Sewing Club will meet May 20 at the home of Mrs. Shirley Helgeland. Johnny and Irene Patch are spending the week with their grandparents, while their mother is in the hospital. Miss Helen Underwood . took part in the accordion recital in Arlington last week. Mrs. Chrystal Christianson and son Terry and Hazel Nichols, of !California, visited with Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Vanasche on Mother's Day. Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Underwood motored in their new pickup, to Diablo Dam on Sunday. Mrs. Francis Vannoy, Mrs. ~en- nie Underwood and daughters Helen and, Darlene, went to Seat- tle on Tuesday to visit Chrystal Christianson, before she returns to California. Consulting Forester LAND SURVEYING TIMBER CRUISING ROAD LOCATION Phone 2095 Bank Building Concrete, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. William Skina at- tended the Wenatchee apple blossom Festival on Sunday. William Taylor of Bellingham called at the John De Costa home on Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jacobus and children of Des Moines spent Evenings by Appointment to say, Arise, and.walk? Sunday with Mrs. Evelyn Dudek. ~ HERE'S HOW' .".+- Every survey shows it ~.~__.~ every dealer knows it~ America goes for the "' ~-?~'[~ .........~]~ It's among the most ~'~k - ] "~,)(z':~ ~,~ %:'?~ automobiles around t r~ ,~\ ,:~.[ this high-powered, hi ~~ Super "88" for 195~ a mighty profitable for every "Rocket" It means that ,.~, will command top price + ~ ~ trade-ln . . . will deal on your America's enthusiasm fort IR ENTHUSIASIV money in ~our pocket! This great popularity is r h e "R o c k e' ca n m e a n more advantage of ' rn o n e y i n V o u,ry 'o P k e v L ~Rocket '~ngine ~ Power ' "~ ing, .Power Steering*, ' \ ~.~i~'~' +" Ease Power BrAkes*. ~4" ..~-~.'~-" f~.~} date with the (...~.:+~.:~74~ ~ ~/~ , "Rocket 88" -- right ~ and /Vew i i are ~ptiomd ~a ' i Arlington, Wash. - HOURS - Phone 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Clo,ed Tu ys 3131 And, behold, certain of the scribes said within This man blasphemeth. And Jesus knowing their thoughts said, Wherefore evil in your hearts? For whether is easier, to say, Thy sins be forgiven +, ilium-ate: Super "8~'" 4-Daor Sedam A Geam-al Motor, Value. U .oo..+o..,.++ t , I + BI MAY IS I"SAFETY-CHECK" MONTH * SEE YOUR OLDSMOBII.E DEALER [ --'--YOUR OLDSMOBILE DEALER ALSO FEATURES TOP VALUES IN SAFETY-TESTED USED CARS and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Long of Kitsap. 1Vlr. Long teaches school at Paulsbo. After a short visit all wen~ to the home of Mr. and Mrs. l;'ar~is Bates and family of Hal- terman Spur, where they were dinner guests. The droner being given in honor of Mrs. Sam Bates for Mother's Day. Mr. and Mrs~ Sam Bates at- home of Mr. 2nd Mrs. John B~te~-: of blrs. Emory Raymond of Ev- and family were W. A. Pollard of crett, Saturday. Route Three, Arlington and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Olson Dorothy ~ufo and daughter and family spent the week-end Kathy of Seattle The dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. was in honor of Mr. Pollard S[Frank Coonc and family of Con- birthday. * ] crete. Dinner ~.uests at the home ofl The Bluebirds will meet every Mr. anti Mrs. John Bates and Thursday after school until family on Wednesday, April school is out. After that they 2~h were Mr. and /Mrs. Sam will meet in the homes of the Bates. The dinner was in hono~ leaders every Wednesday at 1 of Mr. Sam Bate's birthday, o'clock. Sunday visilors at the home of Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and :Mrs. Sam Bates were Mr. Mr. and" Mrs. Orville Pearson and Mrs. Henry Stiles of Seattle and son Dick were Mr. and Mrs. day. The Birthday club pre-Arlington Hospital, Friday. She enled Mrs. Jones with a lovely returned home Sunday. ~ift. Those present were Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Lewie Noble Eoyd, the hostess, the guest of i visited with Mrs. Clara Randall 'once' Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Jim Reece, at the Masonic Home in Zenith Mrs. Ivan Jones, M~s. John Bates, llast week and found her feeling and Mrs. Paul Woodward. [quite lonesome. She would great- Week-end guests at the home[ly appreciate a card or letter of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lemmon .! from some of her many friends. and family were Mr. and Mrs. Just address them to her at the Dennis Lemmon and son Mark of Masonic Home, Zenith, Wash. Seattle. . . For Timberbowl Queen Mrs. Fred Broom was taken to Five girls have been selected the Providence hospital in Ev- for Timber Bowl queen eandi- erett Sunday morriing in the am- dates. The girls and their spon- bulance. Kenny Bennett drove sots are Junta Morris, all the and Clyde Tatham was the at- mills; Wilma Phillips, ]ypo Iog- tendant. :ing outfits; Emma Masin, Jones Mrs. Harold Bennett and Mrs. and Anderson; Pat Smith, bust- Frank Miles visited at the home ness houses. Eddie Fortner took Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Messer, un- derwent an appendectomy in the Norma Lee Messer, daughter of Wednesday and Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Enyeart spent Mother's Day in Monroe at the home of Mrs. A. T. Enyeart. ion of the Parent Teachers As- sociation in Yakima on Tuesday, Hell, James Sygitowicz, Paul Ruskowski, Patty Giles, Lola Darrington Baptist Weisenburger, Rose Hasenyager, tinez. Free Methodist Church be carnally minded is death; but Chgs. F. Brown, Sylvia Mahlum and Chrystine Mr. and Mrs. John DeCosta and E. B. Seymour, pastor to be spiritually minded is life Sunday School Sygitowicz. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Staats attend- Radio KJR. and peace. Worship, 11 a.m.; ] The ambulance was called to ed the installation of the Whid- Sunday School 8:30. Morning vice 8 p.m. Mid' Oso Sunday to take Mary Lee bey Island Court, Order of Amar- Worship II. Young People's Serv- First Lutheran Church, Lakewood Thursday at 7:30 ] Muller to the Everett General an/h, at Coupeville on Saturday. ice 7.15. Evening Worship 8:00. J. H. Myrwang, pastor hospital. "Jake Lorenzen drove Marjorie Leland and Marie Missionary speaker. Saturday, May 16--1:00 p.m. Calvary Pentecostal Confirmants meet. Darrington i and Wayne Baldwin was the at- Sullivan of Butte, Mont., now stu- -- tendant, i dents at the University in Seat- Silvana and I~l~w~ad Parl~Sund~5,, May 17--10 a.m. Sun- Sunday school, 10 Mrs. Mary Spaulding was taken: tle, were week-end house guests The Lutheran Free Churchday Scliool. 8:00 p.m., Worship!trig worship, 11; to the local hospital after she] of the Ed Lafayettes. O.J. Haukeness, pastor Services. Catechization of con- church, 7 p.m. evm fainted on the street, Tuesday.: " Silvana: firmation class. All invited.,vice, 7:30 p.m . After a checkup by the doctor she[ P.T.A. Installs Saturday, May 16th---Confirm- ~~~----'-~'--'~--" ,was taken home. Orville Pear-I The Shoultes P.T.A. held their, ants 10 a.m, FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST son drove the ambulance withllast regular meeting on Tuesday Sunday, May 17th -- Sunday Gordon McArthur as the attend- evening, with th'e installation oft School and Bible class 10 a.m. ,SCIE l ant" new officers. They were: Presi-i Luther League and ice cream so- Fourth and Dunham dent, Mr. Gene Bowman; vice- cial 8 p.m. A film, "Majestic Arlington, Washington Judy White, daughter of Mr. president, Mrs.Robert ~Burns;' Norway," will be shown and also A Branch of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, !and Mrs. Julius White celebrated] in Boston, Maasachuett~. her fifth birthday at the home ofI secretary, Mrs. Spencer; treasur-a Lutheran World Action film. ~r, Mrs. Frank Schueller. Mr.!Lakewood: ~ SUNDAY SCHOOL ......................................................................... 11 Iher parents Monday, May 4th,] Matlock showed the picture Saturday, May 16th---Confirm- SVnDAY SERVICm ......................................................................... 1 iwith a small party. Those pres- "Dangerous Stranger." Den 2 and ants 1:30 p.m. Testimonial meeting every Wednesday at 8 p.m. I~adlng Roo~ ~ent were Judy, heiparents, her sister Billie Jo and Mr. and Mrs. 5 of the Cub Scouts gave a dem- Sunday, May 17th -- Sunday onstration. It was decided to School I0 a.m. Divine Worship edifice--open Monday 2 to 4 p.m. and Wednesday 2 to 4 and 6 p.m. excepting legal holidays, All are cordially invited to atl Dick Loughnan. have the school picnic on May 11 a.m. services, and to make free use of the Reading Room. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Loughnan 27.~After the program the "Pa- Luthdr League convention in and Mr. and Mrs. Julius White pas" donned the aprons . and Olivet church, Tacoma, from Christian Science program from The Mother Cl2ttrch, Boston ts and two daughters vJent to Ever- served refreshments. Thursday evening, May 14th, every Saturday 4:45 p.m. on Station KJR, Seattle. ett Sunday where they had din- through Sunday, May 17th. net and attended a movie, after Pvt. First Class William Skina, . ....... the two men haql played golf for Jr., has arrived home on fur- a while, lough from Camp Lejeun, N.C. * Attend P. T. A. Convention He will report to California the Dr. W. Glen Bdier IT'S GOOD NEWS! Mrs. Guy Lemmon .and Mrs. last part of May. And behold, they brought to him a man sick of the Horace Enyeart of Darrington Mr. and Mrs. J. Menzies of OPTOMETRIST ing on a bed: and Jesus seeing their faith said unto and Mrs. Clifford Rod of Arling- Lowell are spending the week ton attended the State Convent- with Mrs. Evelyn Dudek. 310 Olympic of the palsy; son, be of good cheer: thy sins be