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Mr. and Mrs. Allen Pater nnifer Bradley is of Mr. Allen Pater and Allen Pater the twenty- Concep- with the Duggan offici- are Mr. and and Mr. and Arlington. himself on lding Song" The was played by organ. chiffon over lace and seed silk flowers and hem. The lace .accented by tiny a bouquet of of lavender and her sister's ma!ron t.P!nk moire taffeta lace. The brides- oraine Holsworth gowned in in deeper wreaths of satin ribbons and coordinated to the bride, was ength dress of a matching crOcheted gloves & LOUNGE ;rday P.m, Elbert Pater, brother of the bridegroom, stood as best man. Ushers were Max Gangwer, Clam Merchant and Steve Bradley, the bride's brother, who also served as candlelighter. Ringbearer was Jeff Bradley, the bride's cousin. The bridegroom and his attendants all were attired in black tuxedos. Church bells were sounded as the couple left the church for a reception at Pioneer Hall. Mrs. F.R. (Marie) Bradley and Mrs. F.W. (Sandy) Bradley cut and served the wedding cake; Mrs. Lyle (Joanna) Nysether poured; Mrs, Mike (Mary) Canady and Mrs. Elbert (Cathy) Pater served punch. The newlyweds are at home in Oso, following a wedding trip to Rend, Nevada. Vocal music concert Arlington High School vocal music department performs Thursday, June 4, at 8 p.m. Jazzmine highlights the concert, per- forming music from its recent tour of the Oregon coast. Concert chorus, chorus, men's chorus and the women's ensemble are also featured. Arlington High School concert choir "alumni" are invited to join the combined choirs in its finale number of the evening: "Battle Hymn of the Republic." Special soloist of the evening is Lois Forde, wife of the choir director. The concert is open to the public. It will be held in the AHS auditorium. Lakewi d - Well.child clinic The monthly. Lakewood Well Child Clinic will be held at Faith Lutheran Church in Lakewood June 15 from 9:30 a.m. to noon. These clinics are held on the third Monday of each month. Public health nurses and a physician provide nutritional advice, health counsel- ing, examinations and immunizations for well infants and pre-school children. The clinic is conducted by the Snoho- mish Health District and sponsored by Faith Lutheran Church. No appointment is necessary. Fur further information, call 259-9386 or 652-8013. Garden club meets )D The Arlington Garden Club meets Monday, June 1S, at 1:30 p.m. in the new ~lp Arlington Public Library. Oe. NOW HAS THREE v~ aNAL BEAUTICIANS TO " TO ALL YOUR BEAUTY NEEDS Proudly introducing the newest member of our staff Shidey Richardson (formerly with Shlrley's S~/ll~ Salon, Darrington) Now a~epting appointments with old and new,Patrons EHS' SPECIAL RATES MONDAYS OPEN 6 DAYS- Mon. thru Sat. Barber g Styling Services for Men 206MALL Call 653-1032 i g , Heard about town by Ruth Award winning float Nice to note the honors won already by the Marysville Strawberry Festival Float. It won sweepstakes in Bellingham's Ski to Sea parade May 23, also the same honor in the Port Townsend Rhododendron parade May 16; also a first at the Wcnatchec Apple Blossom parade, and a third place in the Puyallup Daffodil Festival parade. The next appearance will be the Salty Sea Days parade June 6 in Everett. Weekend trip Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mani and children spent Memorial Day weekend at Ocean Shores. Completes training Pvt. Martin K. Johnson has completed "one station unit training" at Ft. Banning, Ga. He was taught to perform all of the duties in a rifle or molar sqnad. Pageant entries Monique Gustafson, daughter of Alyce and Phillip G. Gustafson competed in the 1981 Washington National Teenager Pageant May 29-31 at Spokane's Whir- worth College. The six girls from this county gave a speech on "What's Right About America". June 27, Susan Reed, daughter of Nettle Reed of Arlington, will compete with nine local girls in the Miss Washing- ton Teen Pageant in Seattle. Birth Announcements have been received of the birth of a son to Clarence and Tina Kohl of Everett, May 8, in University Hospital, Seattle. Paternal grandparems are Mr. and Mrs. J. Kohl, formerly of Arlington. ASB president Bob Espe was elected recently as president of the Associated Student Body of Everett Community College. He is the brother of Ken Espe and is blind. Burbank visit Alice Grimmius returned May 25 from a 10-day plane trip to Burbank, Calif. Her daughter and son-in-law, Capt, and Mrs. Bill Youngren and son Ty picked her up at the airport and they drove in the Youngren motor-home to Tucson. They made the acquaintance of the new granddaughter, Jade Noel Grimmius. whose parents are Mr. and Mrs. Doug Grimmius (nee Peggy Swensen) and visited with the other two children, son Shah Ryarl,--and daughter Chelsea. An evening was spent at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kay Swensen, enjoying a barbecue beside their swimming pool. They saw Eric Swensen and wife in Tucson and Mrs. Grimmius visited with friends in California. A day's shopping tour was enjoyed in Nogales, New Mexico. The weather was beautiful, Birthday visit Carrie Vanassctle will be at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Stanley Anderson (Jennie) June 12 when she will have her birthday. The Andersons moved last Friday to 1526 -7th Street, ~tt~, ('olumhia Apartments, Marysville. Show ribbons Displaying ponies at the show held May 23 and 24 at the Mount Vernon Fairgrounds were Shawn Farrell, Jason and Donald Rhodes and Karen Lloyd. They all received ribbons. Among others attending the show were Mr. and Mrs. William Farrell, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rhodes and Mrs. Jean Lloyd. Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Grant observed their silver wedding anniversary May 23 when their daughter, Mrs. Clarice Barnett and son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Pearson hosted a dinner party at Chuckanut Manor. Also attending were the grandchildren of the couple, and their friends. Birth correction The new son of David and Julianna Schubert was born May 8 at Everett General Hospital, not May 2 as incorrectly reported. He has been named Andre Headley 435-2064 and Mrs. Charles Schubert of Tacoma. Father's Day program The June 17 meeting of Fidelity Chapter 78. OES. will feature a special program for Father's Day. All regular and visiting Eastern Star members are invited to attend by Margaret Wright, worthy matron. It is announced the Grand Chapter of Washington, Order of the Eastern Star will be held June 25, 26 and 27 in the Coliseum at Spokane. Persons from here plan to attend. Dance recital "lhe Arlington School of Dance will present the annual recital June 5 and 6, starting at 7:30 p.m. in the Arlington High School auditorium. About 140 pupils will appear. Weekend visit Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bowles spent the Memorial Day weekend in Spokane. Elsie altcnded her high school 46th year class reunion and they also visited with her two sisters, and Albert's two sisters and a brother. They left Thursday and returned Tuesday, and ran into heavy rains, in fact the only nice day was Tuesday. They went via Stevens Pass and returned via Waterville. S0th anniversary Pcggie and Stanley Novak of Sultan are observing their 50th wedding anniversary Saturday, June 20, from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Sultan City Hall. Mrs. Novak is the former Mary Schwab of Oso and they invite all friends and former neighbors to the no-gift affair. It will be hosted by their son and three daughters. The Novaks were married June 21, 1931 in Stanwood. They have eight grandchildren. New arrivals Everett General Hospital: Ginger and David Nelson, Arlington, boy, May 23; Rhonda Waugh, Arlington, boy, May 23; Conni and Dan Wiersma, Arlington, boy, May 23; Jerry and May Siekawitch, Arlington, girl, May 24; Scott and Rebecca DeRou, Arlington, girl, May 25. Wedding At a May 9 ceremony in the Messiah l.utheran Church, Marysville, Miss Judith Nora Michaelson became the wife of Brian John Paterson. They are children of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin S. Michaelson of Marys- villa, Enfil A. Paterson of Arlington and .Ioesy Bruhn of Marysville, They are graduates of Marysville-Pilchuck High School, class of 1978. The bride is with General Telephone Company and the bridegroom works at Baylincr Marine Corporation. No fish Mr, and Mrs. Robert Putnam Sr. spent Memorial Day weekend camping up above Fish Lake in eastern Washington. They ran into lots of rain, and caught nothing. Marysviile dance recital Kellie Almli was among the dancers at the third annual spring recital of the Marysville School of the Dance held Salur(ta~ night in Marysville-Pilchuck attditorium,, She is the daughter of Ran and Lonnie Almli. Among others there were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Almli, Connie Alndi, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Jones of l)arrington, Marlene Almli and Seth, and J im Trautman. 59th wedding anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Roy Robb observed their 59th wedding anniversary May 20. They were married in Everett May 20, 1922 and have two children, Gordon of Arlington Heights and Pat Hatley of Fife. There are three grandchildren. Mrs. Robb is the former Katherine Hafner, and has lived on her family's home since 1912. Lots of fish Mr. and Mrs. Robb Putnam and children Nat and Amanda. and Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Molstad and Mr. and Mrs. tiarold Dibble of Oso spent the Memorial Day weekend in Lake Pearrtyn in eastern Washington. They caught lots of fish and had a wonderful time. Grange convention .b The Eta Theta members The Eta Theta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi held its last meeting of the year Friday, May 29 at the home of Joyce Engstrom. Following a potluck dinner featuring assorted Italian cuisine, secret sisters were revealed and many were surprised. Bobble Togstad and Jan Olsen presented Daiq princess luncheon guest Snohomish County Dairy Women meet for a no-host lunch at noon June 9 at Donato's, 1417 First St. in Marysville. Newly crowned Snohomish County Dairy Princess Jeannette Klein and alternate Christy Craven will be special guests. This will be the final meeting before the fall season, and interested dairy women are invited. Senior Center news flashes By Harriet Tro_wbrid~ge Canada visitors Stillaguamish seniors were once again privileged to host the White Rock, British Columbia senior group. More than 40 members came down for a day of music and dancing May 29. The "Rock and Ready" choir from Canada sang several songs of the modern classics, also the "Lord's Prayer" was included in their repertoire. Following the lunch, the White Rock orchestra furnished music for some very lively dancing. Classes discontinued Many of the classes will be discontinued for the summer, however the embroidery class and hula dancing will continue. The square dancers will dance through June and take July off. Top candidates Potential candidates for the position of center director visited Friday. Those attending were Karts Marshall, Jacki Kerr and Michelle Marshal. Hula dancers Stilly Hula Dancers entertained at Virginia Manor Friday. The women are becoming quite ..professional at the graceful dances of the Pacific Islands. Sick list On our sick list we find that Ossic Dale is ill at home with leg problems, and will have to stay off of his feet for a while. Essie Huddleson is a patient at Providence Hospital following a stroke. Mel Clapp, Stilly's maintenance man, is laid up with a knee injury. He finds it a bit hampering to hobble around on crutches. Pat Paulin sends her love - she is still in the hospital but hopes to return home soon. Phyllis Brattain, our librarian, is now home from the hospital following a bout with pneumonia. Nellie Christoffer- son is still in Cascade Valley Hospital, but we are happy to learn that she is improving. Bob Brown entered the hospital Mon- day of this week, He will be having surgery Tuesday, We are happy to have Pete Roal back with us following his bout of illness and surgery, Anniversary Congratulations to the Marray Camp- bells who celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary May lb. Enjoy weekend Have a good week everyone and enjoy the sunshine - even if it does liquefy. Arlington TIMES - Wed., June 3, 1981 . 3 last meeting until fall an interesting talk and demonstration on sculpture and Sandy gave an enlightening program on poetry. The remainder of the evening was devoted to socializing. Members will treat their husbands to a day at Longacres June 14. They will meet at the home of Vernie Monty and'carpooi from there. During the summer, the executive board will meet. The group will open its new year August 29 with the traditional breakfast meeting. TOPS Club Twenty-three members weighed in for the May 26 meeting of TOPS. Queen for the week was Pat T. Meetings are held every Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. in Lathrop Hall, 5th and N. French, by the First Baptist Church. New members are welcome. JUNE BRIDE SPECIAL! [ mt an d~ v.cuu , #1458 incl. tools *6 position dial-a-nap for deeD-down cleaning * Edge cleaner feature that cleans clear up tO the baseboards [131111UllUat~IIIIIIIIIIIK:]IIIINIIfllII]IlUlIIIlUlll - ~ []IIIININlalIN TIMBERLINE Stoves and ARLIHGTOH FEED & FARM Hans. His maternal grandparents are Mr. The Washington State Grange Convert- and Mrs. Sidney VanderLaan of Arlington lion is scheduled for Ellensburg, during i invite you to enter their and the paternal grandparents are Mr. the week of June 21. "]['ll~ ! Greased i PIG [ contest Limited to those 18 and older Scheduled July 4 immediately following the Farmers' Competition at AHS Hartz Memorial Field. All entries invited but competition will be limited to $0! CATCH THE PIG AND WIN A F R E E TIMBERLINEsToVE 3.11 SAVINGS ON OUR COOL SUMMER SHIFTS 9.88 sizes s-m-I The ones to count on for comfort and looks when the temperature soars. Fresh chambray and new summer prints in an easy-care polyester-cotton. I Deposit this or another 'Catch the Pig' contest entry form at Arlington Feed & Farm ! I I I NAME I I I I I I ADDRESS I I , I I I PHONE J ARLINGTON F ED FARM SUPP mODE. O'DRY 'IN ARLINGTON n iilil~