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PAGE FOUR ............ THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURS., MAY 2ii 1953 " " ...... Lakewo d T, ' ~a lovely plant, was won by Mrs.l-~ l[ ArLmntgn i mtes [ o P.A. ]Tony Staringer. , [SHOPPING Alfred C.B: 4,- . . The meeting was called to or-[ ........ -' . Successorto " - Ahce Thomsen I Installs Officers Ider b the President Mrs Markl WITH GOLDSBERRY Lakewood ,+. THE HALLER CITY TIMES * Phone 250W3 I Y ' II 9 --- - ~--- ~ I, IL At the meeting of the Lake- Dunn, and the..usual order of[ Once upon a time long ago. Alfred Christian VO1. LXVI. Thursday; M fy 21, 1953 No. 4 Br'ant 6range +wood P.-T A held Wednesday,Ibusiness was iouoweo... [Do stories that start this waylLakewood died MaY) " " ~ ' _. __. # D IMay 13, the new officers were in- I Mrs. Lou Stuller, lvirs, uill Has- lcon+ure un Princes and Prin-I .+ - ' ....... .~ Subscription Price $2.50 Per Year; $3.00 per Year outside Snoho- ]~r];e,~fAc ~=~2ll* [stalled, as follows: President,]ko and Mrs. Lloyd Clark reportedlces~es Knights in armor Fair"/[erett nospltaJ ioi~ County. Issued every Thursday. Published at Arlington, ~'~'~-'~'~'~ a&~ia~ [Miss Dorothy Hawkins; 1st Vicelon the spring P.-T. A. convention]c:odmoth,~r~ ,~tc ~ Well ' here'~[lj~lness" ~ewas ou~, -~ - , ~ - ~o, a~ J~jorn, -' q~gton, by ......... ---.o ......... Man,, Attend IPres., Mrs. Lloyd Clark+; 2rid V,celat Monroe. lone that starts that way and the[came to the United 9 in-- aa.-,~t~n Jrtttat,~t., ~,~. ' j !rres., .~xrs ao aonn~on ~ec.,, Plans were made to have in-ilong ago, depends on how farland settled at Lake~ J. C. CARPENTEg -- FRANK MARSH . . By Mrs. John Thomson IMrs. J Ceasar; Treas., mrs. Lloyd stalled beige curtains as a back[back you can remember Once[he resided ever sinO ~. C. CARPENTER ......... Editor ~ ivigr. We really had a cele~oration atiJhnsn" I drop for the gb'm stage, l upon a time a young man look-/was a member of ~,,in thePost Office at Arnngton, wash- Bryant Sunday with the dedica-I A,special tr!bute was paid toI A corsage was presented toIed upon a little town with fav-/Church of Lakewood ~w., ,,,uc, t,,~ a~t uL ~,~a,~, o, ~o.~. ~the Grand a f the comm i ' " ' ' " ' tlon of the new Grange hall., . m . o ... un -[Mrs. Dunn, by Mrs. Lloyd John-,or. This, he said, will be a[ty Grange of MarysV I+ Three State Grange officers were ty, ~rs: ~ennetta J~]orn, w~n.lson' first vice-president Regret~ goou pJaee to start a ~usiness.[ing relatives include I+ __~_ . --- [present. State Master Henry P. her o~ me honor, she nay mgmelwere expressed that the past It's a nice tow.n, peo.p!e will[Whina' at home; 0~ | ~ I ~ ! /'l ~ [ I /.~ ~ /1 ! [ Carstensen and Mrs. Carstensen, mos[ granoemldren, wmJe ~v~rs.[president s pin which was to have build homes, raise famflms and[Mrs Emmy Olson d | ~ /J I .~ ~ .~ I ~l. 1-$ [ State Secretary K. T. KnutsonIBert Scott receives, a prize ~.or[been presented did not arrive in the town will grow I will be altwo sons, Clifford [ ' [ and Mrs. Knutson, State DeputYl~emng her age. rne ooor Prize[time for the meeting, but will part of it. I will help it grow. Iboth of Lakewo0d and executive committeeman, lon'--R-'0-~ute "2--E~-,be given later. Mrs. Dunn ex- ]So he started a furniture store.iMrs Martha Nelset John Spada Mrs Spada and son [day evenin'~ May 8 ' ~pressed her appreciation IHe had wall-paper, linoleum 'Au~'usta Edwardsen, TERRITORIAL CENTENNIAL There were also Grangers from ~Ir and M'rs Frank McFarland] A clarinet solo by Ruth Als-Istves, dishes, lamps, beds, the[wa , eleven grand.C! The H. A. T. Club (Heirloom Antique Tradition) Whateom to King counties and ~'irginia ~Iull spent the dayIhaug, accompanied byMiss Haw'!P~Pmsar el~a~ne~o~U~e~?2teerea~Yltw great grand chi~ ~r~ma~ ,~n w;fh ~ ~nl,~n~l;d ;d,a rph,~x, hnv,~ nnr~n;nfod n The stage was beautifully dec- Sunday at Belview visiting Viri[Klns, an(1 commumw staging up-:wor~ i'noki~, far h~rg~'i~~'~,'~,[ -- ~! .N ..... ~, .......... t- ............ "- ..... : ..... _-~rr ........ orated by Mrs. John Wrage as- ginia's grandmother Mrs Em. lened the program. ~C.~LY~-.."~k'~ +-~.-_LZ-~Z'::.~,~"~,'~'=_[ .use. '-t~mes" cia~ .... ' ~ " ;~tU~5~::U U=~t::U tlllllg~ ~.b W~ll J~Ol" ~riecrlve salesmen committee to arrange for window displays by Arhngton stated by Mrs. Floyd Langdon erson, and her aunt and uncle,[ The highlight of the eveningi23 -ears he was housed in theI ....................... "~ and Mrs Benson The meeting Mr and Mrs Walter Chard was a minstrel skit "Bandanna " etc Some of ou ~ merchant%the week preceding the ourth of Julv, fen- ... .. .... . ' [ ,, , same location, the Robertson] Y +.,---.. ....... .... a n~,:~+in~, v ..... d was_cafled to or~er oy me toast- Mr. and Mrs John Van Meter[Dames .presented by 12 negro building. He then moved to a if course, that I al~ ~.s,s,t~ p,u,c~, ,~,~, m+,u u,z~,,,~+ + ft,+ u+~t~ ,,, u ,= master, ~eorge ~:spe, ann Actlng of East Sunnvside called at the/mammies, mrs. t:ecii ~mitn as larger building There ho ~t~ek. Matt J. Wallitner. v r " - ~" ........ years ago. O e seer Earl .Wood. Then j. B. Thomsen home Monday af.]mterloeutor, put the mammms ed even more things He has the] Mr. Wallitner is a ~, ., ............ marching in ann seating of me ternoon [through their paces in a rollicK- distinction of being" one of the the A O U W st~ , he loefl, oI course, is eentereo around tile Iae~ that officers The fla~, was brou~,ht in - - _ . . , . . ,.. ................... ~, s ~ars Franz Mc~arlan~ re mg manner. ~ne specialty num- ; ........ ,, . - . oldest customers of Beauty Rest at Kelso and h~s "Washington th s year observing Terr torml Centen- and the audmnce sang The ceivedword last Friday her he-[bers, "Shine On Harvest Moon," mattress on the West coast--a closed Thursday ~:+,~ Star ~pangied Banner". . Our ~nhew,John.. +-a*---,T~vl~r _had,~ ~.heenl"The Old Oaken Buek-et" ann a ..-~Hn'~ -..h~ --.~h~ ..~..+....~~;'~n ~,,.~,,~ ~..~o ~,,~.,~o~ ........... ~hi~,~ ~Jr and b ~a. Worthy Master Bill McFarland killedin a head-on dollision at dance with her shadow by Ade- 25 vear~ Amahs th~ nowo~t and dolo~,ato Mr~ Cha' It hoped the club will meet w th whole-hearted re- gave an address prtnopally to Tulsa. Okla His brother waslnmd all added to the mermment, the b~st h~ ha.~ ~voral ,nad u~d Mr and Mrs (( ..... the dedmatmg ofhcer State Mas- killed" in a car accidentfour The grand finale "Hallelujah" i " : ...... sponsebyfolks m the district and that family heirlooms - .. " ".. .. " ~ . _ " [ ................. p e-ces,one lov-e]yol-d c~ma cab- T-]]-omse-n at-tend. .....,, , , , , + , ...... i ter t~enry r. t~arstensen, WhO _years a~o.~. [IOllOWeO, With t.iood. ~lgnt, ba- inet _.ladeng.................... t~d tho hoart of somo will driv_a _het ogrou Will De Drougn~ ou~ Ior (llsplay, so tllat tlleir stories lnay:then addressed the assembly~ Mrs Mildred Tronson and Nel-ldms' for the curtain call brought fair homemaker 40 years or more car Thev will re be shared by all. , i with very .. nteresting- adv e; lie Rekzal have taken ,over the]a round of applause, ago. Its beauty is s~till apparent, week-end and Mr. '1 em ] z, .... ~ ~ ., o T ~ .. vy,uttye am at the + a~sstant Heichel Care at Heichel s Corner l Mrs. Will Smith, of Lake Good- He also has several unpainted continue to serve ~ wouicl se _, a!so ~la~ the J:ourH1 oI duly commit- syewams ann ~our pas.~ masters, on Highway 99. Iwin was accompanist pieces, small chests of drawers ty he chose nearly , the altar was orougn[ in ann the tee might adopt the Centennial theme and urge those ca- bible placed on it by the bible ~OOO~~~O~.~~O~~~~~~~@! tering floats in the big parade, to combine the patriotic bearer, Betty Hovik, after which n " me the three Graces followed by the and ce tenmal the . Ferg's ------------~--- State Master, Henry P. Carsten- ~t ~ Can I--'--------------- ~. _ . sen, and the Worthy Master, Wm. I ,rr~z~ x~ Uwero-Trafton McFarland, the Lecturer, Signe !I I ,DZ/.~ V z~lzYz'l Mrs Iver En ~r Hovik, Overseer Bernard Peter- gs am ! Mrs. Irene Vognild, k ...... son,and Chaplain Betty Booker, Ferg'8 | 16-Oz. I correspondent, rnone 6UJ, J~ eircred around the altar. The as- Ccra U a.. ~ ~ t. o / ! ~. * sembly was called up for a pray- ma.y gtteno tralton ~cnoo! rlcmc er by the chaplain, John Wrage l*.m.| r ~141 n o | ml ~a sang the altar song, aecompan-i~ Armour's Star Ferg's and Chicken tsmot/nay rrogram aunoay, may za ted by Mrs. Floyd Headley on the[ _ Picrtic . . . . . .~ ~ ~ + ......... .= .... :piano The entire assembly took[~ ~.~n2re w~,~.~=,~y~:~, [ Don't forget the Communit part in a responsive reading byl~ ............ s .......... ,a,- i ni " Fern's i ~ Dill: "J lS. ........ ;..+. ,h ....... c c at the Trafton school this the chaplain. State Master Car- ~,-~a ........ a ................ I Cold Cuts ~'~u ,~ ~o,~ ~,~;,,o~ ~n~o ~,u,.,~]Sunday, May 24th, starting at llstensen pronounced the halltofh-Jl~ 'J | ~ |~|1L ~Can ~undersnn ,ff Arlin-ton was[O clock. It ~s requested that each icmlly dedmated, and Mr. Wrage ~'i~ .... =/,~,~rem,mi,~,~,~ ~ q,,~[person bring his own dishes and sang "Abide With Me." State[~ LUDC~ 1 ~ :~ ,~"~.~ "~""~"~,~t~'~"n"~ ~ :~v~Jsilverware. Ice cream, coffee and Master Carstensen presented the t A ~.~gers,~'~'l~,~ ~+"2~eam,,f~elgoolaide will be furnished by key to the hall to the Worthy[ Crescent ~i ~ml Quart Dau""=htkrs+2" ~N*~'r~v%'~ /;~a~-nil'l'a I the PTA, the rest will be potluck Master who in turn presented it l ~I~ |I L ~l) ~ ~I~ m L Bottle P~,ll,.tt, .... +n,.th,+. .... th,+mi,,lEveryonemwelcome, socomeonto the Worthy Steward. Harold[__ Sllo~d 1.. ~__~,';~,',~"~'~+~t~'~"~,'~"~';.~+~'~lout and say hello to all your Murphy Mr Carstensen also[~ the"~'A"meric~a'n""+and "Nrwe~i'an]neighbrs" schoot ';dis-lPilmstpe " presented the Grange with a[~i, l ol ~,~o~ M. "ro~ ......... +~,+~ | -- beautiful plaque, one of the first[. S N 0 I F II . . 3C~'b" ~nt"~of the ArlingtonJ ........ r, ...... ,-..,~" to be presented in the State ()gl trier, gave the address of the ev-[-'~'' ~o~,a~, . Following the formal dedica-[~a ~ning. Two clever skits were pre.IGolden Anni erso- t,on ceremony Geo. Espe, acting[ vvmr fl I: | JuneFreshRoseRoasted Lb. seated b the Arlin ton and[ ~ ~as as toastmaster announced the Y g "Y - ' J VVltYli [i . . I Pkg. Stanwood lodges. The boys of the.I Mr. and Mrs. L~. R. Palmer re- remainder of.the program, as fol-i__ Arlington High School quartet[turned to their home, R. 3, Tuesd- lows: lwo.v!onn solos by Albert[ - _ sang several numbers, whichlday of last week after' having Kuhn, Arlington grade school[~ @ [(innered Salmon Fresh 0vsters flOAM II1: Famous Brand ? 46.0z, were very well received. Mrs,Flspent six weeks visiting in Los mumcmstruc,or;..two sin+us, o y[. "--rr - vmtrmm, Iwm- Hi-C gm Carom r m recite a m ~vtr ~arson, Arlington 12 1 g ri Dorothea Sat u ' d poe ,[Gatos, Cal., with their sons,and ~. ;- ..... [~ and Thoralf Storvik sang two vo-[.daughter's families. On April 8~cnl. musm instructor, accom-[~ eal solos in Norwegian, acg0ra~lthey celebrated their Golden pameapy lvirs, rieadley. ~. ! Swif|iNomogenizedPeannut PEAS Sonny Boy 2, n the xano b M s tv, r ~:spe gave a talk on me Imlaled o p" y r [WeddinganniversaryattheNeils], . -:Dulldlng Of the hall .... ann pralseo[-Butter. Storvik. Vocal duets were Sung,home (nee Rocelia Palmer> . " " TOMATO JUICE bv Glad,,s Clawson and Heien! .......... " . the community ior the wonoer- . ~ +" UnderwoOd accompanied on the]--Jmlng ~ne ~amuy c~rcie ~or ful cooperation in the building.]~ . , . tins occasmn, was a cousin o~ The State Secretary K T Knud- ~ocordmn by Mms Underwood.[~.~ o~,-, wh-- ~ttended , . . [~ Z. .................. son, and the State Deputy made / 'i~ ]befreshmentsfeaturing Norwe-[~.e;. w^.~m.._ i" V'qn"is i" 1903 ]" GRAPE JUICIL~ byStand" ........ ~_.,e~'46 gian oastrywere served in the]~",,,~',~,~,~,~'~n~,~'~'~ ,,,,~,' .... speeches; also a very instruet~ve[~ ~t.,J ~,~,~.~ h ....... ;**~,~ ,,f!.~..,...~ ~,~.,:, .~,W=y ..~ ......... talk was given by the Past Mast. , CHOCOLATI .~.~ .v,,... ,,~ .............. v eacn omer in all [ne av years, r h i P na V the Daughters of Norway. Danc,[ .............. e of Sno om sh County omo ,[A ing concluded the evening. The~,tr~V~ ~nym~r~" aUa~1 c~1~retnt-i%f Mr. Shinkle. The audience sang ~ FRUIT COCKTAIL Doll and Wardrobe was awarded ~. u ........ ~oo t~mss Amemca. ~ne ~lag to Gar,, Wan,,smo. ~verett also spem a week at the was retired and the program was[~ I~ ~ .... fi/IVi:q Libby's 7-O~ "~ ...... Neff home while their parents concluded with a prayer by the ~ ~ ~ va.~a--a.~ Family Pitted .... y.Can Lutheran Ladies' Aid were there, chaplain. [ ~ ' 6-0Z. The Zion Lutheran Ladies' Aid ~o ~, ,~ ~.~...n +,..~ A. We did nt get the number fl" B :~ T S will meet in the social halt on[li ~**~+" "~l~o~;t~ ~'or'~trea~men- vm'~ors ,urmg ~ne nay as manyi~ L ROCKWOOD oa ~'~. p~'~]~ Dr. Ross 5-/~ Thursday afternoon May 28 at 2[ ng on p t;left after their dinner, before the]~ ~ ~ a~.~Jv Vita Meal ...... Pl~J, ternoon'" - ~": .... be ' ~--,.-,and observation after becoming services started, but 232 were--BEE 0 CLOCK. The /.,lie memoersmp ~ and In Memoriam program wiltlsuddenly.ill at her home Wed- counted at the program. O]~]~T~ Royal Chef ) No. be presented wi~'l~ Mrs. Olive Rod, lnesday, n~ght, She was releasedI The ham dinner was a huge[ ~ U~l~|~ Cut .......................... /--" Ca~ dmtnnan Hostesses for the af-~n ~amraay ~eeimg muc.n oet-tsuccess over 300 plates werelA will Mesdames John[ter and is now staying w~th herlserved. Our* Home Economics{ ~ l~mm~k+., ~ackson and Iver Drivstuen and[d.aug,hter, M rs;Aylesworth, until[Chairman, Mrs. Elizabeth Ing-[~ ~W ~['~WTD":Campbell's,~uu| Grn. Pea, Vegetar'nVeg" QOCa~" "they extend an invitation to all+~ne IS ~,ole [O oe name. . [ham, wishes to thank all who]__ SWIFT 13-Oz, members and friends to attend. [ The Ivar Engstroms had a nice[donated for the dinner, also al![~ ~ m r-Al Taffy and Easy Call lidlI ~ Van 3~ ]surprise, last Thursday when[who, herpes, with. SUCh. wonaertu~l~ PORK & BEANS Camp 8va~ , ~ ........ h,~ ,,~ ,-~,,,~h~]Ivars folks, Mr. and Mrs. Osearlcooperatmn m the k~tehen and[ and friends f Zmn Lutheran[Engstrm "frm Seattle' drpped wamng tables" [" ' FRE " Sunny Jinl I;t Church attendOt services last[mmr'mnen" - .. ] .... -- [ ~,,..,4~,~ m-r,~-~, Catechization! Lunch ume at the araI[on juvemm ~range I "~..~---' .."-+-T ~ ..... ba-/school was suddenly transformedl T~ere will be no meeting of[. ~'-f~necn~lrman~s"as~Ur~Ych~']int~,~,,, ~,~.~ .u,,.,, ~ ~ . . . a festive occasion, when Mrs.[the. , .... Bryant Juvenile Grange un.[~~n I I Breads e~r~n bantized were Nancv'Don-[Nmk Swanson arrived w~th a be-,tll atfer mstallatmn. Installatm [~ ~REEN P~PP~-R~, heavy meated .... . .... lb. 19 , =~Y~[IP ~eHa -Rod born March 24, 1953,]autiful, big ,'double - decker" of oIficers of the Bryant Juvenile[~ n I ,:t ~,,t~ ~.~, and Mrs Hnward|cake" It was Stevie's ninth birth- Grange will take place May 31st[ TOMATOES, red ripe .................... lb. 19c vmm~m I n Try These DeliC~( &~"~'~ ..... "" --'~ Rirs j Iday and he shared his lovelylat 1 pm at the Bryant Grange[~ ~mo~ ~ponsors mr. anu ~w .... ". . w 1 me ~ -::I Swedish Bre : v [cake w~th all his httle school- hall.~bl~c ~s e co . [~ Arnold Muncle. Bruce Da id ..... ORANGP.S, sweet juicy................ 2 doz. 43C Maple Flavored I I " : and Ar mates (~nmm, son of George "l " ~,~-~-rimm born Anril7 1952' Mrs. F. Snelson entertained[ The Howard Heaven famflyl-- I [ dINNIMON-;R/I~ Srm~'~nso'~rs IVIr andVMrs'Bili Sunday in honor of her grand- visited Mrs. Heaven's cousins,[~ ASPARAGUS, Wash. uncl .... : 10c AI AA I [ RAISIN RYE T ...... 7::' ~_~ ~ V,~r.n. "Schei ]daughter JudYThoseHUffman's a14thlthede- SundayRbertMr.SayerSsayersathelpedSelick last[~ WHITE ONIONS, urmuda " ,, mJ ,, mm m.., [ CARDAMON ....... : .... Gr~ram, Don ......... ' ' " " take'~ R born Nov30 1952 narents Ver- birthday, en3oymg ,_ t pe ....... 3 lbs. 25c [ [ O-R ,N-G-E-I YE ........ -'..' .... "_',_f ..... sorsllicious turkeydinner were:lthe survivors out of the plane[~ --mJgmm jug mm [m ] CA~I-~~-I~ON--__......--" ~non ano r~utn ~cneL opu~ " r lick v Matthie. IGrandpa Snelson, Uncle Bob, twh ch was wrecked nea Se POTATOES, U.S. 1Calif. .......... 10 bs. 39 ........................ Chas Huffman, Gladys Schos- [recently. [ sen.. .. .. I sow,'Jackie Sigvartson, Irene Pe-I Ryan and Dian Gregory are ~, There will be conzlrmatlon [+tersen Mr and Mrs Chas Snel-,staving at the Clarence Heimer I -1~: services in the Zion Lutheran]son and fa'mily and IVIr. and Mrs.~honae ~nd going to school. O Cleans Silver in a Jiffy MARGARINE Blue Bonnet .............. 2,+ enureh ~unaay morning, ~'eme- il J oUmCK Drop ..~+ ............ relIvar Engstrom and ram y. udy The Boulder Improvement .-os~ ~unoay, a~ u.ou. ~ a [ceceived many lovely gifts. Club met at the Clarence Hei- ~ ~A~']~ ]~|Y Dromedary .2.Pkg, wemome. [ ------------o~ mer home last Friday with 22~ Jail' ~ ~.,r~=~ ~a~a~ Devil's Food & White ........ Deal From Minnesota :1/'!. _L U ..... adults and 13 children present. .. Mrs. Lydia Meierbocktol of!~UrL hammer The Recreation Club committee m l IflIIi Fisher's 4.LI~'. Spring Field, Minn., has been a 1.1 / ! n I! met Wednesday evening at the ~. ~.~wva~ Pancake .............................. ~i .......... PI~J.~ house guest of her great niece, ~or~[] Dy ]~nll Byrl Smoke home to plan enter- ~ Occident- 25 lb. sk, $2.25 BlSKff ]~r Fisher's, 40.O~' ]Mrs. Bill Grimm durin the past " " ' g ...... who talnment. The next meeting will week. Mrs. Meierbocktol, who is t;ur~ riammer, z~, mrmer, be the first Friday in June at ~,,~r~ For Shortcakes .................. PI~J. 74 years old, traveled by plane operates a dairy farm at west the hall. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Ger- city limits, near end of Cox ave- nue, was severely injured last Friday when he was knocked down and mauled and gored by an enraged Guernsey bull, in the barn shortly after 1 p.m. Mr. Hammer is in the Arling- ton hospital, where he is report- ed as recovering although still quite sore. Satra, Patsy Bockofner, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Larsen, Mr. and Mrs. Irom her home in Minnesota to California, where she visited with relatives, prior to her visit with the Grimms. From here she flew to Anchorage, Alaska, ~where she will spend several months before returning home. She also visited several days with anoth- er great niece, Mrs. Betty Jean Jaeger, in Seattle During her vis- it with the Grimms, she had the privilege to visit many of the beauty spots in the Puget Sound W. S. Knutsen, Mr." a~d Mrs. R. area, w~th whmh she was very A " [ . Robb, Mrs. Clarence Monson much fascinated chfl and " dren, Mr. and Mrs. John Visffing at the Pastor Myr-Stensaa and Judy, Mrs. Olive wang home Sunday afternoon, IRod and Mrs. Irene Vognild. The Mother's Day were Haakon Myr-[local folk through this meanly, wang and son, Stephen, from Se-[wish to congratulate our neig - ~tt}e, and Mr. and Mrs. Robertlbors at Bryant in the completion Perkins of their fine new hall. Following the baptism of their A large number of 4-H groups children in the Zion Lutheran in the Lakewood community, church on Sunday, the families their relatives and friends at- of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Grimm, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Schei and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rod, entertain- ed with family dinners in honor of their children. Those seen attending the din- ner and Open House at the new hall a~ Bryant on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rod, Peter main will entertain. The Night Owl Bluebirds will participate in the Bluebird pic- ~ nic at 11 a.m. at the Terrace ~" Park in Arlington May 23rd. ]~ Mission Brand -- 14-oz. pkg. 21c Jack Williams and Donald Gib-' bins appeared before the Boy Scout Court of Awards Thursday evening to pass their Second Class Scouting rank. Leigh Bren- demuhl and Albert Bowles, Jr., appeared before the Court of Awards to pass their tenderfoot rank. Mrs. Jennie Rea of Arlington is visiting her niece, Mrs: Clayton Ruthruff, for a few days. Mrs. Ben Carlson of Seattle and Mrs. Bill Spencer of Los An- geles were visitors on Tuesday last week of Mrs. Axel Carlson. Mrs. Harry V. Schmoker of Es- condido, Calif., has' visited her mother, Mrs. Mary Simpson, the Mission Brand--16-oz. pkg. O , This Week's JACKPOT WINNER: OLIVES Grogon's '' |0-0~ Green, large size ........................ Jar 16-0~ MIXED VEGETABLES Libby's .... Can " GRAPEFRUIT SECTIONS Gar- 16-0" den Ca~ PINEAPPLE Standby NO,' Sliced Ca~ OYSTERS Golden Spray Smoked ...................................... Can EGG NOODLE & TUNA Sunny 1,-0" Jim ........ Jar POWDERED MILK June Rose Brand .. tended and took active part in past two weeks. the morning services at First Lu- Mr. and Mrs. Glen Simkins of ~ ]~|~,~n~,-, .~n~-~x~ theran church last Sunday. iTrafton visited at the home of,~ aava~.,.-~.~, ~p~ano Mrs. Kenneth Holum (Solveig[Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFarland[ ~uto .~ Myrwang)*eldest daughter in the{Monday . I~ ....... B. Thomsenat-]~ Prices effective at Arlington on May 22 and 23, 1953.--- Every item unconditionally .pastor'S~roten, family,~. 1)., telephonedMotner,s from[_z)ay tenaeaMr'andmeMrS'J:'weuulng O~+ ""r Glen''~~w. !m Prize $10.00 lllllAiIAlllii~ lIAINOsales to dealers. We reserve the right to limit. O0( greetings to her parents last Sat-IHusby and Miss Marietta Brutally,,. ~m,~,.~,im,~a~~ urday night. [at the Freeman Lutheran Church~PJ~l~D~~~~~~~~~~