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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, TItURS., MAY 28, 195.!I. PAGE FIV PHONE- - lifl your phone receiver and to place a want ad... simple it... and it may mean extra for you. Times and shopper, ads reach 4,000 families in the Valley every week. friends know the value of ads.., the ost is low only 65 for 22 words. Phone 493 now charge it. YOUR ,e Arlington Times and Shopper Pin money can be yours---with the aid of want ads in The Arlington Times and Shopper. Surely you have outgrown toys, discarded fur- niture, "antiques" and many other saleable objects around your home. urday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Simonseth Don't forget the Community are our new neighbors oh the Club picnic to be hel~ Sunday Bing Holman place. May 31 at ForeSt Park:' ] Henry Christensen of Eugene, Miss Elsie Hanson was a week-/Ore., has been a guest of the as- end guest of Janice Hilde. /car Scheis while on a trip here. Mr and Mrs Walter Baile-|Mr. and Mrs: C. Be[Ale and son calle~l on Mrs.'Jim Burdick in~/Gerge' of Everett, were Sunday Marysville on Sunday guests also. ~irs. Ed. Mohr and Margo of E~erett visited their mother and grandmother, Mrs. Sam Docken- dorf on Mnday. Richard Haaland spent the week-end at home with his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Haaland. Albert Witscher had the mis- Sunday afternoon visitors at the Harry Hansen home were Mr. and Mrs Leonard Hansen and Larry and Mrs. Albert Hart- sen, all of Everett. Later callers were Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hansen, Man[ca Rae and Rusty, also of Everett. fortune of breaking his leg while Mr. and Mrs. Klos of Arlington "-lace ~ were Monday guests at the Joki doing some logging on his t~ home and on Wednesday Mrs. last Friday. Albert Witscher Suffers Broken Leg Saturday visitors at the Willis Hilde home were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Seaunier of Marysville, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Seaunier of Ev- erett, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wise and two girls, of Snohomish, and Miss Elsie Hanson of Lakewood. 2 Joint Meeting Of 4-H Girls On May 23, the Itilltop group and the Busy Bilkers of the Sil- vana 4-H girls, held a joint meet- ing at the Silvana school. Irene Karley Larson visited. Mrs. Pigort had a nice birth- day party Thursday. Besides some of the neighbor ladies, Mrs. Berg, of Arlington, was present. It was nice seeing her as some of us haven't seen her since she moved from this community 4 years ago. Mrs. Pigort's sister, Mrs. Ware, also spent the after- noon. Mr and Mrs. Oliver, of. Oso, and Mr. and Mrs. Starkweather were Saturday afternoon visitors at the Pigort home. Mr. and Mrs. Stroud of Granite Falls were Sunday guests at the Snartemo home. Wahl, president of the H~lltop ' r sed ." " Mr. Brandes mothe pas group premded. . .... away last week following a ling- It was decided to co~mct coHee ^V_~ illness bands to get a coffee pot for thee ~'.~ -- "" "' mother of school i AlSO Ivlr. rIgort s , A discussion was held on the Snohomish, passed away Satu~ program. Several committees .Ray evening at tne png~h#Ihos. were chosen for various parts of 1~rs.. t'lgort naa oeen ..... ears~ the program pltal for almost twu 5' After aijournment, Robin The funeral was held Wednes- Monson gave a demonstration on day. cinnamon toast, and Liv Star- -----------c -- "t wick gave a demonstration on | Croutons. I-I(STTT I Lunch was served by Robin ,..,.~.,,.,t.~-~ ~ [ Monson and Liv I Quilceda Neighborhood Club ~ne tmsy tm~ers Wlh nave: net on Thursday with Mrs. Carl their next meet[rag on June 27th Anderson. There were 10 adults at the home of Judy Peterson. They are to bring Cream Puffs to be judged. The Hilltop group will have their next meeting on June 23rd, at the home of Irene Wahl. They are to bring a loaf of bread to be judged. ---LIV STORWICK, Reporter. O JOINT PROGRAM BEING PLANNED The Boys and Girls 4-H clubs of Silvana, cordially invite every- one to attend their joint program which will be held on June 5th, at Viking hall, in Silvana, at 8:15. Lots of entertainment is being planned, including some skits music,-and demonstrations. Re- freshments will be served too. and 7 children present. Mr. and Mrs. Britt Dudek and Mrs. Evelyn Dudek visited with Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Cunningham at Lowell on Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Graver Smith and daughter Elizabeth of Renton spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs C. D. Liefer. Mr. and Mrs. Arne Kloster and Carl and Karen had dinner with the Elmer Lueken family on Sunday to help celebrate Melvini Lueken's birthday. Roy Johnson: of Everett was also a guest,i Mr and Mrs. George Roberts of Texas dined with the+ C. D. 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