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PAGE SIX THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WAStt[NGTON, THURS., MAY 28, 1953. % Sa,~nb Tl,~ [Benefit Dance for I.VUL aSVV~ [ Queen Candidate * t-t! , [ There will be a "Box Social and ~ecelves L, naner Square Dance" Saturda Ma Mrs. Horace Enyeart. [3 ' Y' Y '-~li] h The Expl°rer Sc°uts' P°st 48 °f] 0' at the Fire Hall" The affair Darrington was presented with[is being given by Darrington a their charter and initiated into]Loggers Association, gyppo log. In( the E'~ergreen Area Council, Fri-[ging, for Wilma Phillips, who is day evening at the Methodist[running for Timber Bowl Queen. The Parent Teacher Associa- ciation was called to order bv church. Mr. Niles Darrow of Ar-IThere will be local music and tion and Style Show was a big Mrs. tlarold Reade, president• .k lington made the presentation]will start at 8:30 p.m. Each lady event last Wednesday night at report on the state convention with Rex.• O. I. Borseth, institu-[bringing a box and escort will be the High School. which ~'as held at Yakima, to The Style Show was given which Mrs. Guy Lemmon and liana] representative, accepting,admitted free• Others just cam- in behalf of the Post• Mr. War-ling to dance will be required to first with Mrs. Myers ttome Ec. Mrs. Horace Enyeart attended, ran James of Everett gave the[buy one Timber Bowl ticket. classes modeling clothes they was given by Mrs. Lemmon. history of the Boy Scout charter, I --------- had made in school. There were Mayor Walter Bates announced and presented the following[Shirlie Bryson Injured casual or school dresses, suits, the week beginning May 23rd to men with pins and cards as per[ Shirlie Bryson cut his left arm coats, date dresses, sports out- May 31st will be clean-up week their positions: Ed Towne, com-ITuesday while working for Jorles fits, pajamas and formals. The for the town of Darrington. He mittee chairman; 'John L. Welsh,land Anderson• He fell on a power girls in this section were Janet also reported that Joe Sygito- committeeman; Walt Robinson,/saw. The cut required several Anderson. Janice Barnhart San- wicz was startin~ a Little League ' ~ ~ committeeman: Rev. O. I. Bor.lstitches. . dra Barnhart, Barbara Bowman, baseball team in Darrington. Jeanette Bryson, Ramona Dry- Mrs. Lemmon, chairman of the seth, institutional representa-/ son, Marjorie Collins, Emma Teenage Club committee, an- tire; Bob Peightal, adviser, and Mr. and. Mrs. Howard Wilson Belle Christopher, Eula Green, Katy Green, Madge Green, Mil- tired Green, Jean Hags, Violet Harvey, Harriet Howell, May- belle Jones, Elizabeth Lee, Irene Mahlum, Norms Lee Messer, Marlene McArthur, Leone McMa- hen, Eileen Marks, Lorraine Marks, Magdelene Parris, Wil- ma Phillips, Moire Reade, Janice Reece, Dorothy Robinson, Annele Spence, Carol Smoke, Pat Smith Shirley Shu]ts, Merlene Tibbets Shirley Young, Donna Wells Karen West, Alice White, Fran: ees White, Shirley White and Alice Workman• Also there was a "tiny models" show put on by the very young ladies, Sharon Black, Sheila Nations, Verna and Vickie Parris (twins), Fay Shults, Lois White, Mickey White and Sally White, Mrs. Myers was presented with a corsage by Alice White in be-~ half of the Home Ec. class. Mrs. Harry Edwards played the piano throughout the show and Miss Gladys Jones was the narrator• All the apparel was very nice! and the huge saving by making the items was stressed• A flower bordered path leading to and from the evergreen cov- ered platform which was directly in front of a huge picture, mess- nounced there would be no more Teenage Dances until after Tim- ber Eowl. Mrs. Reade re~orted the addi tion of another'group of Camp Fire Girls, making four groups of Camp Fire Girls and five groupsi of Bluebirds, all of which areI sponsored by the P.T.A. z i The regular meeting night for P.T.A. was changed to the third Wednesday of each month• There was an unusually large attend- ance with the freshmen winning the room count. The new officers were installed by Mr. Cedric Lewis• Mrs. Kathryn Wabaunsee an- nounced that a photography ex- hibit would be i~ the room, with three prize winning pictures placed on the officers' table and others on tables and in the win. daws. Gary Barnhart won first )rize with a picture of his dog "Dusty," Jack Welsh took sec- ond prize with a "Sunrise" pic- ture and Duane Clark took third Jimmie Anderson, asst. adviser• About fourteen members of Post 6 of Everett and several leaders were present• The boys of Post 6 put on an interesting ceremony in which the room was darkened. The ceremony began with Larry McDonald lighting a candle, then each boy uncov- ered a shining star and read a symbol. When all the stars were and Mrs. Gene Wilson and chil- dren drove over to Concrete Sat- urday, over the new bridge, through Hamilton and Sedro- Woolley, and returned by Arling- ton, where Mrs. Gene Wilson and children remained with her par- ents. Word has been received that Jeff West, who is in the Veter- ans Hospital in Oakland, Calif., uncovered, they formed the big dipper and one lone star in the corner represented Polaris. Post 48 was called forward and sworn in by Larry McDon- ald: Dr. McMartin of Everett talked about Explorer Scouting. Three committeemen from Post 6 were introduced. The parents of each of the Darrington boys were called forward and presented with a parent's card. Several Darrington folk, besides the par- ents, attended the Council. Dr. McMartin's wife and daughter were also present. Preceding the meeting, there is improving a little. Mr. West is l a brother to Mrs. Howard Wil- son and Mr. Lawrence West. He and his family are formerly of Darrington. Mrs. Lawrence Aikens was honored with a Stork Shower Thursday afternoon at the home: of Mrs. J. C. Bryson with Mrs. Ed [Cabe as co-hostess. Those at- i tending the shower besides the honored guest and the hostesses were Mrs. Rich Jones, Mrs. Mil- ton McCaultey, Mrs. Vi Satan, Mrs• Alvis Bertels, Mrs. Alvin Jones, Mrs. Troy Davis, Mrs. Morris Long, Mrs. Eva Skaar, Mrs. Martin Mayer, Mrs. Gordon Whittal, Mrs. Gene Hooper and her mother. Mrs. Aikens received many lovely and useful gifts. Dr. and Mrs. N. C. Riddle and daughter Charlotte, Mrs. August Peterson, Mr.,Albert Verhog of Darrington and Mr. and Mrs. L. ID in' th C k [ 0 e ossac HERE'S ONE of the thrilling angles at which fans of major rodeos around the nation are seeing pretty Jean Allen these days• She's an Arizona housewife whose original trick and fancy riding feats, like "the Cossack Drag," shown below, make her tops in her field• IN COMPACT deluxe horse trailer, pulled by pickup truck, Jean and husband Frank carry mounts along the rodeo trail. PRETTY PICTURE from any angle. 5ean Allen and favorite horse. • DAUGHTER PATSY, a trick-rider in her own right, on running board of the Allens' International pickup truck, aceompardes mum and dad in their home on wheels. It's adventurous and profitable! Alice Phone gictor Lindal Bound for Ko Victor Lindal, Jr. home on a three wee Arriving Mav 4th, 22nd for his'base a and will leave for K his brother Emil will same boat. Mrs. Frank McFa ginia Hull, Mr. and Thomsen and Mrs. spent Monday in Va: Sunday visitors at Mrs. Bessie Bartlett grandson, Edward is on leave from the Mr. and Mrs. Felix children, all of reau in Mrs. daughter• At the last report is improving at Mr. and Mrs. Glen Coupeville, Whidby ited Monday evening of his cousin, Albert Mrs. Ethel Wise a Wahleithner went tO week to spend some relatives. The .Quilt Club Wednesday, June 3, Rengler home. Sunday was the Loyal Heights While the men grounds and ladies prepared a key dinner• Twenty. women and about tended. The Grange meet at the hall Mrs• Bernard Thursday evening, Greenwood Juvenile on their regular Bryant Grange hall, the new Bryant in meeting uring 6 ft. x 8 ft., of White Horse I mountain, painted by Jan]ca Barnhart, made a beautiful set- I ting for the show. It was a pleas- ] ure to see what these young [ girls can do with good teaching. Iv r ....... e y UellCiOUS (]inner Several of the parents in the of the members of the P.T.A. audience ,were asked to standI A special table was set in the[~T e ~- ~--~---'~ and show articles of clothing~lunch room for all the outgoinglWDrk ~O. [~o.o.do.d their daughters had made forlanc] incoming officers. The tableI ~," --~.~- --"" -'~'----,~, them. ]was covered With a lace cloth]On l:omm-nitv l. m. P.T.K. ]~leeting [and two lovely floral bouquets, I, v ~ .... J ~"*'~b* After the Style Show, the meet-] also the three prize winning pho-I I have been asked to make an ing of t~e Parent Teacher Asso-'ltos. [appeal to the parents of the chil- .~aqats Enjoy Outin9 Eleven boys of the Explorer Scouts, Post 6, of Everett, two committeemen and Dr. McMar- tin, also of Everett, spent Friday night at the Darrington Ranger Station• On Sati~rday the group was taken to Slosh Creek by the Dar~ington Explorer Scouts, Post 48. The:: spent the day fishing and hiking to the Red Mountain lookout, where they looked at Mount :;!ot~n and Mount Pugh through field glasse& They spent the night at the,* Sloan Creek Guard Station• On Sunday, they fished until time to leave for home. In the Darrington group there were Charles Enyeart, Joe Ensley, Toby Atterbury, Darrell Smoke and Bob Peightal. Dan Ekaqlund Passes We were very sorry to hear that Dan Skaglund, who spent so many years at Swede Heavem passed away Thursday night in the hospital in Sedro-Wootley. Funeral services were held at the funeral home in 3cdro-Wool- Icy, Tuesday• John Tiland and Bob ~Thoma- son, accompanied by i~T.. La- Verne Simmons, atten'ded an Athletic Banquet at the Everett Jr. College in Everett last Mon- day night- The Garden Club will meet at Mr and Mrs ~" b r• ""1" "r I dren in and around Darrington • t~o e t rll ton J ' t l a w m- dau hter" El in - ;" " [ o p e se turn out forark on d " g a e anu Mrs .... Robert Hilt n " - - [the community bu,ldmg on Sat- o , hr., roafle a ous-[ r • s • u days• About 100 men are need- me~s trip to Seattle Saturday• led badly to help with the shing- • Mr. _and .Mrs.. E. L.. Howard]ling and many other jobs• Even naveDeen Keeping tnelr granq.[just a few hours will help im- son ~regory Arms]rang oi ~q:]mensely. This building will be ~pon~s Item weonesuay until used' by children of all ages• It bunoay. 'will have a removable floor for Sunday dinner guests at the roller skating. The dining room home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hun- and kitchen will be available to "------'--- ter, Sr., were Mr. and Mrs. Dan all clubs, organizations and pri- Hunter, Mrs. Rose Jorgenson and vale parties. The dining room Mr. Harvey Archerd, all of Ar- will seat 100 persons. This build- lington. The dinner was in how ing is going to be a wonderful or of Mrs. Jorgenson's birthday, asset to the town so let's turn she is a sister to the two Hunter men. ~' Week~end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs" Rich Jones and "mu~lhter Jo Ann were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Jones and daughter Connie of Everett. Connie is re- maining with her grandoarents out and get it going• Baccalaureate Service For H. S. Graduates Baccalaureate services were held in the High School Sunday afternoon. The processional was. played by Mr. Cedric Lewis; two R. Dixon and children of Seattle were 69 present at will go to Ellensburg to attend Mrs. A. C. Felton is the graduation exercises on Sun- the Greenwood Juven day afternoon. Betty Riddle, Installation serxio daughter of the Doctor and Mrs. new officers of the nE P.iddle, will be one of the grad- ized Bryant Juvenile uating students~ take place Sunday, N ~. 1 p.m. The public is DARRINGTON CHURCHES: Fawn Taggin5 Pheasant Grange mothers pl, ----- !p c°°kies-------~L~ Darrington Metnodfst Chu,ch To Start Soon I rogram Under Way supervision of CoUI O. I. Borseth, pastor and local Game )epa Sunaay School 10 a.m. Wor Seat~e, May 22--Each year theI Seattle, May 22,--In about 10 sonnel, who not onlY ship 11 a.m. evening service 7:3{ S~a[e ~ame L~e.par~ment places!weeks the pheasant population p.m. num~exee [ag~ in me ears OlI • ~ of Washington will be increased commendations as to ! - deer fawns, and elk calves,aSiby several thousand young birds tents of young birds 0! i Catholic Church (Darrtngton) par~ el stuaies being constantly~ - " ............ ' also assist and advis~ ............ I as fl result oi eiior[s oI ~-vi ClUDS rearing. Mass every Saturday at 9 a.n. maoe m migratory namts Km , throughout the state. The State percentages, and other data• The Game Department annually sup- This year 5,238 phe Darrin~ton Baptist Church fawning, season is generally De-] r~lies limited numbers of either and 10,350 day-old ¢ Chas. F. Brown, pastor [ween the latter par~ of May un- e " -- ~, -~--~ • " - .ggs or day-old chicks tu jumu~ Sunday School 9:45 a.m. tH the last of June and reports of t e" " n.~ he ('are for a been turned over :o conservationists to ra _ . , , . , sta_e, _ltlze_._ w ........... nd ~-- Worship, 11 a.m.: preaching ~e~ fawns Demg se~n are aireaay rear th bird n i h vice 8 p.m. Midweek servic~- ",~," ~ • - -~- ~- - ~[ e s u t 1.t ey are 10 [riC~llno ln[O bame l)epartmem • '. . iweeks old, receiving $1 each for thursday at 7:30 p.m. ~neaoquarter~ ~" .~[birds turned over to the Game At the Clemens Tree varm,lDeDartment for release Calvary Pentecostal near Elma where extensive deer] £.. . ". . Darrington • ' • TIns program ~s unaer close research is being done, 171 fawns, .............. ,W|N~..~,, -. , ,,,.,,., Sunaay school, 10 a.m.; morn were tagged in 1950, 223 in 1951,1will begin June 1, for elk calves ing worship, I1; children'., and 215 in 1952. [in the Hoh River district, accord- church, 7 p.m. evangelistic ser A two-week tagging operation ing to game biologists. Phone 643 vice. 7:30 p.m . The Churchof Godof Prophecy "asAvI UP Tii '152 Commercial Ave. and Cascade St. Darrington, Wash. J. R. Rainwater, pastor Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- ing Worship 11. Evening Wor- ship 7:30. Wednesday, prayer meeting,I 7:30 p.m. Friday, Young People's Service (V. L. B.) 7:30. ARLINGTON HTS. Norita Tveit, Phone 256J4 Mrs. Myrtle Hartley and Mrs Naylan Starr and children vis- ited on Whidbey Island last week for a pleasure trip. Mr. and Mrs. John Dilberg and the home of Mrs. Walter Bates, Joyce Dilberg of Bothell were Thursday, May 28th, at 1:30 p.m. the Bob Jones home. . Members (~f the graduating class visitors at the Arthur Norman Mrs. Prml Woodward will be co- Mrs. Val Johnson and daugh-Jof 1953 are Larry Gladsjo Madge home over the week-end. ho~ess, ler Patty spent two days visiting[Green, Michael Hamilton, Jeanne There was a good attendance Mrs. Waller Bates entertained ~t frien(i, Mrs. Loretta Kriesler,[Hollingsworth, JoAnn Jones, Em- at the Choralier's musical pro-] the Bridge Club at her home~ of Lowell. ]ma Masin Betty Parker Morgan, gram at the Community Hall last] Tuesday. , 'Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur KnowleslIvalee Rensink, Dorothy Robin- Saturday. Everyone remarked Week-end guests at the home and Miss Betty Jo Stoney spentlson, Pat~.~mith, Annell Spence, "What an enjoyable program!"~ of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bullen and Saturday and Sunday visiting] Bob Thomason, Jack Welsh, Shir- Taking part in Commencement daughter Barbara were Mr. and with Donald Knowles at Fortlley White and Raleigh Willis. exercises this Thursday evening[ will be the Misses Mary Ellen[ Mr~ Norman Bullen and daugh- Lewis. . . tar Sherrie of Seattle. Mr. Henry Bagley spent from VlSlting at the home of Mr Ayars and Norita Tveit. Congrat-I ........... " ulations, girls! ] Overnight guests at the home Wednesday until Sunday attend-~anfl tvtrs..~n.~ ~onner on bun- Miss Judy Norman spent Sun-[ • . • uay was L~iCK tviasin of ~verett of M~. and Mrs. Harry Butler on mga National Legion of Honor ............. ' day evening with her parents, l a memoer oI [ne t~ascaoe vim Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. My- Convention and Shrine Ceremon- billies.' " returning to work Monday. t lal in Seattle arr ion Winter of Everet. . " " " • I Jerry Riddle son of Mr and Mr. and Mrs. H y Carlson at-[ Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Collins Mr. and Mrs. Roy Loughnan[Mr. ~,_.. maX,^ ..^~ ...... ".~ ~.~ tended the Relief Society UnionI and daughter Marjorie attended, spent Sunday fishing at Camano~o,,v~..,~'~,.~.~~, ,t.~u. ~ meeting in Seattle on Sunday. I a program at the Arlington[Island with Mr. and Mrs. Myron]~,,~=:'~,'~*i~,**uc~'~ t,"c They visited T. W. Hopkins in[ Heights Community Club, Satur-tWinter of Everett. |~u~¢"~,,~"~ ~-,_°~;~,~"=r~'~',~ Alderwood Manor on the journey] i ht ............ a .......... ' day n g . ] Week-end gtmsts at the homelJoneo ~..,.....~ A~... ~....~.. home• Three girls from Darrlngto of Mr and Mrs Dick Lou hnan - ' • ' A gathering of twenty or more were installed In the Rainbow .................. | ' net o s 1 • • • g Smith Danny Miles, Henry . • • . " .. . I w¢ae ~v~r. ano ±vlrs. Gnarles uoat-lBrow,~ _~, n,~,~ l-Inur'~rrl q,,¢io ghb r n the community met[ Girls, in Arlington, monaay man of Paste Mrs Boatman iS[Cox "~,~:',;,'.', ~;~.~.~'~.~'~'.~.~2~ at the Joe Tveit home Friday] • " llins ", ~a.~ ~u~ttattait alto oct- • • . L The are Mar one Co , nigh y " ] .... ]Mrs. Loughnans sister. |rvs 'sister Beverl,, ancl brother evening, in honor of Joe and hm] • " . • • • • . • ~, cL,~.~ ~V~ythrse h~re/~i~.Fie. . •a . briddea of ray I ....... rr-• 'Glads~o s father,~' " . .! weeK-ena visitors at the name ~r~ ~eonrv Hoffland of Rod t ~Ar'~ rta 2/ J " " "US[ ........... a ............ " • . Lmut. Chnton Myers, wno ] of Mr and Mrs Ra i 1 nd Mr. James R. Woods, ,s making]r,~, ..... n ,...,~ ~.,., ~,,o,,~ xra Lc ... . y R dd e a mend and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Con-] • " her faro ............................ Iamliy were Mr and Mrs Do his home with her and ~ " Mr Gerr,, Olwell of Atherton,| ..... " • Y nor of Seattle were callers at the l ~lY" " " v r ~ Cahf.,'" and~ Miss" Gall" Myers oi't inflate and family of Sumner. Wavl-n, .... ~t-rr home .Sunday-" t Mrs. V~etor Gilmour was e y]~eo,~o ,w,~ u,,,,~ .... • will[ Mrs. Lenore Runyan started Mr. and Mrs. Juhus Normanl plear, antly surprised Vvednead Ytloav,~ ~emn for Wnrf .qt~rw Wa t orkmg at the Trading Center, attended the School Directors] afternoon, when several• ladyI an-d willgo from- t'llere~to~2"hule:] Saturday. banquet for senior Honor Plaque] f~ends called at her home ormg-IGreenland [ The White Horse Community winners Thursday evening in the] Ing a birthday cake and a love-] .. _ " ........ I Club served lunch at the Cam- high school cafeteria. Miss Nor-[ or of her blrthda ~rs ~ranK 5'llleS is Keeping ly gift in hen " : Y.]_ • .......... a]munlty building Saturday. The ita Tveit was one of the honoredl la ner nepnew, PICKle ~mltn ior f They .~pent the afternoon p Y-i ............ ' ves[ ood was furnished by Si Gil- guests• [ sent iew uays Wnlle nls morner me ing cards.. The ladies pre [ .. ]bert of White Horse, at a dis- If you happen to see Mrs. El-[ n Mrs to ~eattle count or Mrs ' wereMrs. J. C. Bryso , .~ " I • ~len Lathrop . Bauer~ George Hanson, Mrs. Ferman[ The Camp Fire Girls' mothers] Mrs. John L. Welsh's sister]throwing something into the[ Hemm~, Mrs. Owen Wells, Mrs.|plan to have a :'Rummage ~ale land husband, Mr. and Mrs. Rob--]wind, don't be alarmed, they are[ Tatham and Mrs. Gilmour.[at the FireHall, June 1.1th.[ert Steen of Edmonds, came up]only making friends with some[ Mr. and Mrs. Victor ~nmour[Things sucn as OOOKS, jars, l~unaay for Baccalaureate• [of our feathered friends. They[ spent Monday of last week in]elothes, hats, shoes, toys, plc-[ Visiting at the home of Mr•[throw feathers and as the wind[ Seattle. [tures and many others, will be]and Mrs. George Boyeson and[catches them, a little bird (I'm[ Last week's visitors at the]very useful and greatly appre-]family for two weeks were Mrs.[not sure which species) will| h~ of Mr. and Mrs. Charleton[ciated, also clean cotton rags• If[Boyeson's parents, Mr. and Mrs.lswoop down to take it. Mrs.[ Hayter and family were Mrs. Ed|anyone has some clothes hanger~Olsen of Minneapolis, Minn. Bauer has it so she can hold[ F~um~ood and children of Bel-[they ~ould loan just to be used] Mrs. George Boyeson enter- a feather in her mouth and they] ]inglmm. . [at the sale, it would be appre-[tained the ladies of the Ranger will come and get it. j Mr. and Mrs. Art Wright spent]tinted. Anyone wishing further[Station Thursday afternoon with The column was not in last] ~eW~o.fk-~vInd i~vrSg~l~,tle 2tt~hre]~lforma~OnsmoaY C?h~taC~aaTfiOefltmeat~ltrher home in honor of her ~(~k~?gpap~lrduet~oit~he oi~lyeuSSrl MrS. Margaret Hanson. ]Girls or their leaders. [ Sunday visitors at the home of correspondent. ] Mr. and Mrs. Bob Reece visited] Mrs. Harold Reade's group of[Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence West o. [ at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe]Bluebirds, the Bluebells, are[were Mr. and Mrs. John West of Use Times Classifies Ads -- ] C.abe at Hamilton, Saturday. [planning an outing for June 3rd.lMonroe. offec.tlve, economical. ] e e e e e e e Three light-duty stake models, Y~-ton to 8,600 Ibs. OVW, 7~ and 8~-foot bodies. • . e Six panel models, Inside body length 90 inches. All-ste~sl body. Nine pickup models, ~4on to 8,600 Ibs. GVW rating. 6V2, 8, and 9-foot bodies. Famous Silver Diamond valve-in-head eng,ne.. Now you can save real money on new light, medium, and light-heavy duty International trucks. Compare the qual- ity. Compare the performance, Coin- • o ! pare the price. See them. Drive thetn. Come in today. Your old truck may equal the down payment. Convenieai terms, of course. ARLINGTON, WASH.