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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURS., MAY 21, 1953. ,,~, , , , , , i i , ,,, ,. i Mrs, Nellie Gco ge, I OSO ,r [ eorresvo~dem. [ .~ • Close Call For Banner, AudienCe; Piano Solo, Walter Tungate Linaa Palmer; Speaker, Thomas Walter Tungate had a narrow Terjeson; Accordion Trio, Dennis escape last week when a loaded Duskin, Glen Hurn, Irene Peter- log truck he was driving down sen; Piano Solo, Judy Huffman; Green Mountain road near Gran- Presentation of Diplomas, Mr. ite Falls got out of control, the~ Charles K. Eriekson. brakes having failed because the The groduates are: Ann Adolf- air line broke..Walter jumped ~,~n ] And~r~an .1 "t tOsaze[y out me truck went ~v.., _ames ....... , _uanLa ~_ , ..... Anderson, Barbara Ayars, James over me oanK and was aemol- Ballard, Frank Bartlett, Marla lshed. Beilke, Gary Birkestol Violet . . . ~ ..... Bleeck, Colleen Bradley, Jack . Mr. anu lwrs. Kex ~:stes, uvlng ._~,.~ B-r~.ara ,~1 ....... Di., Close to Cavalero Corner, visited ard Countryman, Robert Cox, on Sunuay wit.n tne tierman try Martin banner, Re,,ina Davis, family and with them enjoyed "F~a DoM~roe .T~-n~ l~onni~ the school picnic, where they Dennis Duskin, Myrna Edstrom, ~s ted many of. their old friends. Eugene Elefson, Joann Engeseth, A. Van Ry has written to his Linda Erickson, Carol Forsman,]children stating that he had ar- Lorelle Frederickson, John Gal- rived safely at San Jose, Calif., laugher, Daryl Gentry, William and was enjoying l]irrIself and Giersch. Iwas privileged to cross the Mieheal Hagglund, Norine Golden Gate bridge, which was Hagins, Robert Harroway, Win- a big thrill for him. Anne Meugnigt Phone 152J1 At ceremonies to be held Wed. nesday, May 27 at the Washing- ~~ ton school auditorium, at 2:15 :ELEBRATE At the Tuesday night meeting P. m. one hundred eighth grade lSARY of the Lutheran Guild, Mrs. Roy graduates will receive their cer- tificates signifying completion of Lodge, Sons of Nor- Larsen and Mrs. Chet Jensen re- ' " " n their primary school course. ~d the Silver Wed- ported on the Women s Mmslo - saries of-two cou,qes ary Convention held recently in The program will consist of the .... ~'~." Bellingham Mr Edwin Sandvig following numbers: rag, raay 1~. They " " ' . and Mrs Hildor Ella the pastor, gave a Bible lesson. Selections, Intermediate Band; -~. Mr and" Mrs Merrili Miss Marjorie Thomnson ~-d March, Mr. Kuhn; Flag Salute, n-0~n The Lod~e hall was Mrs. Chester Thompson were the Janet Seymour; Star-Spangled rd~i!t~i wI--"'1~ d do- hostesses. ~-.F~N-~s-- )d;I~d aV~arigtaClSac~e~ovcr~d Mrs. 'Effie Fenton of Portland, / 'l~h~ld the beautiful ~eddina Ore., has been staying here with ;e~,.~The evening was~ spen~ her sister, Mrs. Frank Hughes, ad~.ll bingo, after which a while Mr. Hughes helps his hil~gram was given Meri-brother in Seattle to build a -----2~/'lure sang "Perfect'Love," house. Mrs. Fenton expects to .a~J~t Jensen gave a reading be here until the end of next n.'.G~e had written especially week• v~!.COUples, which was en- Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dean ~Y much by everyone• Field last week were Mrs. Field's ~'"]~ brides cut the first piece mother, Mrs. B. H. McGillicuddy JIHlmy MHnnln~ i,~, and the guests enjoyed of Eugene Ore•, and her brother llt* ~ I"~__L__n. ona Hiett, Jerry Holm Donald Mary Lee Muller has recuper- .~,~ refreshments and wed- Blaine, who is in the Coast ~lnS r.ssa~ l.~onKe~[ Houle, Judy Huffman Glen ated sufficiently to be allowed to ~.eEach couple was pre- Guard. He is being transferred to Tuesday evening the Ladies Hurn, Nellie Jackson,' Patricia leave the hospital. She ha'd been • ~- autixul silver plate Dy Honolulu. " "'" ntertained the win Jantz, Walter Kempf, Ralpn exceedingly ill. M~t~aster, Paul Wangsmo, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Johnson of Auxiliary e . " Knutson, Korene Kraetz, Sylvia Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson ari~u on various ones for a Everett spent the week-end in ners of their annual essay con- Kraetz, Maridee Kyle, David are enjoying a few days vaca- i~t~-~s. The honored couples Arlington with their daughter's test. This year's title was "De. Land, Audrey Larson, Della Len- tion in Eastern Washington. With words of appre- family, the Ed Almlis. mocracy Is What We Make It." hart, Virginia Lind, Gretchen Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rhynard ,,~=i~._~or a nice party and a ~.o ~n ~,~ .... - The "ud' es were Mrs Mildred Lind uist Sharon Lind uist ~'~e .................. ~ sr.~nt the da~ ] g . • - . .~ q , q • visited on Saturday in Sedro- etch. -" , . . in Seattle Friday with her Hall: W. H. Fowler ano. J• 1". Richard Lohr, Joyce Long, Woolley with Russell's mother, • ~l~it~'sixt"' five friends and daughter Lucille, Mrs. Robert lviamews anu. me. nnals munu Pearl Mani, Shirley Marken, who is critically ill. t~t~ o" k~g" - ........ Booth, also getting acquainted Jimmy Dunning in first place, Gwyndolyn Mashburn Ruth The school picnic on Sunday y ~-~ ~:ano,iv, ir~,fvler~ with little Lucinda. [.Barbara Carter second and Nor- McGrath, Glen Mellum: Aloha was well attended in spite of :---I~-: ~'-~ ..................... .. .......... ~ita Tveit third, rresioent t;mra Miller Dennis Miller Shirley many being unable to attend be- evenin Ma 12, in ob- Mr. and ~wrs. frank ~unter, , ' , , ~.., g,... Y ............... ~, .... • ...... , ~..,h I Blrd welcomed those assembled Miller Velmer Munson Gerald cause of illness. Sports were en- -- u~ their" ~llver" weaalng ~dtllY ~IIU -P I~KII~III~ ~LJTZIIL At&UtI£" [ v r ' -l~ar~ ...... er's Da-" in Grandk'iew Wash .and turned the gavel o e to Nysether Elaine Olson, Linda joyed by the young folks and all ~-~,y. Tnelr flaugmer, ~ ' " ......... h irman f ' ~McClure, greeted the with Mrs Hunter's ]garents, Mr.].~v.ass bUlly L.mn. c a .. _ o Palmer, Gary Pearson, Patricia enjoyed the bounteous feed, with ~SOcU " me contest wno men canea up- r Ir ne P a "~ Pepe, e etersen Wayne a topping of ice cream. s the came to congrat- and Mrs. G D. Copeland. Y on the students to read their own " " ria ar ar t thee • . . Quihtz, Glo Ream, M g e Lou B. Knight has returned ple. Mrs.Arlene Rm: _ Mrs. Wally Ruthruff and baby essays arid then for a few re- Rezac, Ronald Rod, . Lawrence home from the hospital after be- ~,~nway2 nao cnarfie o] oaugm.er.o[ ~nelob, ~vi.ont., nave[marks from Mrs. Hall, and Mr. Rued, Frank Russell, Ronald ing confined there from a heart -~ OOK Mrs Joe ~rae[z oeen VlSltlng Mr. ana ~rs. w. U.IFnwler wh'- stated that it was .... ....~ r,.,o, vo..~,,~o ~at the punch bowl and binder and Mr. Ruthruffs par-!indeed a difficult task to make R,,an Lorna Ruthruff attack. He is still bedridden. :~:-uune Super cut the cake. ents, Mr and Mrs Dwight Ruth-Ith. final decision as the., were z ' ~ . Mrs. Jerry McGrew visited a -coy as n r f an" ami " = ~ Frances ~anteford Janet Sey- ~e? ered table w ce - uf, d f ly. lull excellent and showed much . .. , ~. _ week in Cashmere and on the ~S.,~ta a beautiful two-tiered ~'v~ ~o,,r~,',~ ~"Mi,'u,,''~ ~'res I-¥.~E---Cd---~-,:-~...., **, .... ,.mour, aacqueune ~igvartsen,!week-end Jerry went over there i~ ...... - .........., .--., • ~ -~uu~ ,~,,u ~,,v~,~,,,~ ,,,, ~, ..... -~o.u,,,~ ~m,aer ~.u,,. ~ted for her. I • ~-~e topped witn a min- ton, who is taking his basiclject by the students. After hear- "~"~,~,'~o'o~:~'~'~'~ ~,~'i Mr. and Mrs. John Cole spent! ~,,ue and groom ane a training at Ft Lewis was at ling them read, all present agreed .... ."'.~""~"2 ~t'~*'°~".' °~,'" ~a~°'i Sunday in Darrington with her ~,.bell. The flower ar'lhome for the week-end' His par- they were indeed an inspiration rue, ~oy ~.tro[ % ~.onam ~)arn-i Z.~a[..was of lavender tu-,ents, Mr. andMrs. WaliacePres.[and an assurance that these s°n;. ~etrnerce~?~lmmse'Ma~ur~nlsister'Mrs'LewisReece" .~'~o~llacs in a silver bowl. ton, took him back Sunday night ]young people of today were pre- ~abmr, ... ~ hum , .. .hearMrS'thatJ°hnherC°letwoWaslittlehapPYrand-~t°i ':~ relreshrnont.~ were served .. "l....~.....~ .... ~ .... .... ~^¢ ..... unomas, ~ooerta inorne ~tamey g ] S .......... ~palil~ u~v.~=,~=~ .u, ~,,=., ~,~v ..... daughters Andra and Debra Che- tyle i led .... TurkovIeh Marjorie Tv~it James E StY:• The guests m ng [A DAUGHTER er place In the affmrs of their--- - -' .......... '.-. nier, had arrived safely at Ko-i .att• • • waugn, aosepn wnit[aKer, onna a ceing" and ,envying] Mr. and Mrs. Roy Robb re-teountry• Tl e awards of $10:00. Williams, Jack Williams, Kath- diak, where they had gone to' ~:|llst ° ~ t~-~ ,~o. ~'