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' THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASSHINGTON, THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1953. ['AGE F1TE Anne Meugniot Phone 152J1 DAVIS was honored at a held at the Ernest y evening, Assisting Mrs. Oman t Rudie Johnson and Killough. Mrs. Oman her home in pink for I.he occasion. On room mantel white hung from a heart light and dark pink flanked by pink the dining room large bells swung over which was cen- dainty arrangement lilies and pink Here again pink used. Enjoying ap- games and refresh- Mrs. Paul Van Horn, Robb, Mrs. Gordon Floyd Langdon. Mrs. Mrs. James Mock, Ambrose, Mrs. Leslie Burke Heaton. Mrs. Kenneth Layman, Kahler, Mrs. Palmer Mrs. Fred Davis Miss many lovely and Sending gifts but present were Mrs. Mrs. Larry Don Anderson. and Frederickson. of the bride had ,a Wedding shower ear- SOPER FROM W.S.C. Ed Soper went over graduation of their Louise, at W.S.C. accompanied by Mrs. and Hazel. On the stopped at Sunny- with. Edward. is returning home majored in child PARTY FOR DELEGATES D. OF H. TO CONVENTION Members of the Arlington De- gree of Honor who are going to the national convention in St. Paul are Mrs. Irene Vognild, Mrs. Leila Steckelberg, Mrs. Martha Naas, Mrs. Myrtle. Lamp, and Mrs. Lucille Wangsmo. They were honored at a farewell party given by Mrs. Ruth Oman, Mrs. Edith Roal, Mrs. Delores Robb. and Mrs. Viola Ambrose at the Oman residence Tuesday night. At the beginning of the party a long, black train labeled "The Arlington - St. Paul Express" pulled into the living room to the tune of "Little Red Caboose." Five dolls were looking out the windows. In the cars also were gifts of lingerie for the honor guests. Officers and members of the lodge who presented the gifts were the hostesses and Mrs. Ce. celia Sabo, Mrs. Mary Stowe, Mrs. Rosemary Grimm Mrs. Gar. nett Saylor. Mrs. Chalice Kil- lough, Mrs. Ellen Santeford, Mrs. Sena Thompson, Mrs. Doro- thy Rice, Mrs. Edna Brendemuhl. Mrs. Lavonne Ringler. Mrs. Olive Rod, and Mrs. Christie Water- man. Travel games and several games of cootie were followed by a lunch The convention will take place on Tuesday, Wednes- day and Thursday, June 16, 1"7 and 18. Mrs. Naas and Mrs. Vog- nild. who are going by train, will leave June 13. Mrs. Wangsmo. with her mother and children, left Monday Mr. and Mrs. Lamp left Wednesday, and the Steckel- bergs are planning to go Friday. FROM MONTANA Recent guests of Mrs. Ethel Carlson were her daughter and son-in-law of Three Forks, Mont., Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bacon, who were going to see their son Har- Doris May Davis Bride of Gerald Duane Olsen I 3 :~ MR. AND MRS. GERALD DUANE OLSEN Everett. were united in marriage lwas borrowed from the groom's at the FirstMethodist Church in Arlingto'n:b~ Rev. Jerrold Moilien of The Central Lutheran Church in Everett The musician, Mrs. Thomas Terjeson, softly played the or- van while the candles were sister, Joann Oetgen. She carried a bouquet of white stephanotis centered with a white orchid The maid of honor, Miss Gay Des Rosier of Snoqualmie, wore a gown of yellow flocked organ- dy and carried a bouquet of or- chid gladiolus. The bridesmaids, Miss Betty Mock and Miss Joyce lighted by Miss Polly Drivstuen and Miss Gayle Johnson. The The songs, "I Love Thee," and "The Lord's Prayer' were sung by Bud-Peterson and "Because,' by SILVANA Mrs. Irene Vognild, correspondent. Mrs. Belle Hermanson of Elm wood,. Wise., was a houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. John Brekhus dur- ing the past week. Mrs. Herman. son's daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Holt and daugh- ter. also of Elrnwood were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Al- bert Brekhus. Mr. and Mrs. John Brekhus at- tended the baptism of their great grandson, ,Bradley Ludvik, in Our Saviors Lutheran Church, in Everett on Sunday morning, May 10. He is the son of Mr. and f Mrs. Merle Ludvik. Mrs. Ludvik is the former Joanne Backlund, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Backlund. Confirmation services were held Sunday morning in Zion Lu- theran Church with the following young people taking the oath of confirmation: Patricia Ann Bock- ofner, Evender Eugene Elefsen, Ronald Bruce Rod, Roy Duane Strotz, Selvin Scott Stensen and Gerald O. Nysether. Following the services the families of the confirmants entertained their families at dinner. On Sunday ev- ening, May 31. a reception was held in honor of those confirm- ed at the Zion Social hall The executive committee and other members of the Zion Lutheran Ladies' Aid were in charge. A fine program was presented and refreshments served. Mrs. Gusts Ottem observed her birthday last Wednesday, May 27th. when a large number of her neighbors and friends called. A social, afternon and lovely no- host refreshments were enjoyed Rev. and Mrs. O. J. Haukeness are in Minneapolis this week at. tending the annual convention of the Lutheran Free Church. Mrs.. ttaukeness is representing the Salem Lutheran Ladies' Aid at the General W.M.F. Convention which is convening at the same Brose, wore orchid flocked organ- place during this week. dy and carried bouquets of yel- Karen Marjorie, infant daugh- low gladiolus. The flower girl, ter of Mr. and Mrs. Carston Lar- Donna Ryan was wearing yel sen was ba and home econ- old, stationed on the USS Brem- Miss Joyce Brose. ,. . " "1 , ptized during services erton in Bremerton. In Seattle In a setting of beautiful flow- low, and the tiny ring bearer was[in the Salem Lutheran Church they were the guests of Laur- ers and softly gleaming candles Gary Hedberg, cousin of the on Sunday morning May 31. ence Carlson. They planned a the bride was given in marriage bride. Sponsors for the child were Mrs. bRTES trip to Vancouver, B.C., with their by her father, Fred E. Davis. She The groom was attended by tHulda Almskar, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reed as best man; ushers Howard Mickelsen, and Larry Wheeler spent a de- son and on the way back home wore a gown of white lace and k in Anacortes with will stop for Mrs. Carlson, who -~w-. -: ~ ~= -:~ ~ =--- ]and Janice Larsen. Following the Mon in J aales t:l cle oi me on s. J. T. Nobles. last will visit them in tana. . '. . . ~ ~ service Mr and Mrs Larsen greg~ ti ,nal ( lu en Wl I me t a~ ~... ...."--: .... " ~ ~ ir daughter, Helen ARIZONA------" the (11 reh V ,d msday" Jun ,o.~.veu a laIiliiy ulnner ro the 0AI~? "R 10 gge] t of their aau hter cake[iola l~ated from high FROM - . .... ~ . ' Ifollowing guests: Mrs.Hulda ing two scholarships Mr John C~uinn arrived Ma- 21 at I 3 ~ p.rr Jesserl WlL. De !Almakar and children, Mr. and ~ . J serve 1 by tt ,hoste ;es, Mrs r " r. She plans to enter frnm ix Aria for a vislt ........ : .- : . ..." [M s Howard Mlckelsen and fam- ...... Phoen. , , :, . ,. - Will V rdal 1wrs.~ iola eiOl- Ill,, "nil nf ,,~ttlo Mr nntt Mr~ Bellingham in the with om Irlenas m Arlington ........... .... w z .................... llng~woftll r he also s ent some John Mlckelsen Larry Mike in Anacortes Mrs. While he e p "- " ~" - "" r Ella ' After the ceremony the recep-I '. . , , . ! Bessie ~lerscn Lleano a visited Mr. and Mrs. time with his-son Micky Quinn at .... - - "]tion was held in the church par- land Jamce barsen, ann little sonan(1 VIOleE aensen mane a iv rslt of Washm ton At Karen, and the host and hostess lle in. their lovely the Un" e " y " g " ~ .... ( - " " r-a be [lors The lace covered tables[ . . "- ~rlto uenln ham ~atufly Dowdle has been present he is at the home of Mr. o "P ..... g _ _. os'lwere beautifully decorated withlMr" and Mrs. ~,arsen. lvir. ann iorelast Airer cnecKln on p ool. and Mrs. Peter Boivin and may .., g .... ~i]flwers hearts and candles Pour-IMrs" tmes~er rieveiy were eve- dooi~o to remain some time be SiDle summer courses a~w .I. , . _ ". ,..~.- . ..... ~ ...... " ............ mu ~lng were lvlrs. G. C. Elliott, auntl""'s ~'~. Dycus and daughters fore returning to Arizona. u.J~., tne y visiteD, rne ~Ys Re"lf the bride, and Mrs. Hildal .... .--"'7-- scum and the antique s P " " w nso a ~illv~n~ ~.~r~{l~l~$ ~,eorgelne spent the --------- . . S a n, unt of the~room. The . .. I turnmg in the 6venlng they de I' in Seattle, visiting MISS GEORGIA HARR S ...... , t the~large heart-shaped wedding The following young .people tourea in oraer to s~op a 1 Booth and Mrs. L. TO TEACH IN SEATTLE ................... I was served by Mrs. Belford~were'.amng: those, gra(ma~ing rralrlereDan /~ntl tl~ ;~IlOp, attv~ and their families. ~ioo o .... ,. uo,,~ will be ,q -- Smith aunt of th,~ hri,~- 'Vh,~ ~rom tne Arnngron tllgn ~enoo/ teaching at the St. Nicholasl 'hi el]hseYnC e d othevVenlguestbookwasinchargeofMrs.l st .Fhursday. evening. Polly ar She ~ z S lvan Ols ~rlvsruen danlee Larsen, anne School in Seattle next ye . . . . ." . . " _[ y on. Others assisting , . is" looking" for an anartment ....... inl weeK-ena guests oI ~ar. ann were Marilvn Nelson ~oritalStrotz, Edward Nysether, ~aar- rris has been Mrs Victor Wroblisk~ were Mr. Tveit Mar-, Ann Robextso- Mar ehetta Rosenbach, James King, Seattle. Miss Ha ' " ........ " " Lin " the A A UW and and Mrs. A1 Howland, Lowenalehetta Rosenbaeh and~Janiro Lar IKenneth Wangsmo, Dick d- very active in ....... - . " al of the Con~reuational Church while and Eugene from Canby, Ore. lson qmst. Congratulatmns to 1 in Arlingto~ At the P.T.A. recep- Additional guests on Sunday! i~or traveling the new Mrs.lYu, and the best of luck in the RATORS tion honoring the retiring teaeh-I .were the Eldon ..DeMeyer raml~YiOlsen wore a gray suit. with pink[mrure. ' ers she was very lovely in an off-I~rom ~earo'woolieY ,accessories. Her corsage was al .... . ~ .... white taffeta dress and a perky] Mrs. Floyd Sill recently re-jwhite orchid from the bridal] ~nmaxlng rne .ena ot tne , scnooi year, a plcnlc was en little red hat. turned from a three-week visit in { bouquet. The bride s bouquet was ....... : [OaRla~fl ~Rh her daughter, Mrs.[caught by Miss Betty Mock. []oyea on Tnursaay .at the..loeai St SChOOl grounas oy the Cnlloren la, 1953 models. CHURCH PICNIC ]Noel White, and family. ] After a short hor~ymoonin[ .... Canad and znelr parents k o ers and Roberta a the couple will return to Forty or fifty people were pres- Mrs. Jae R g ,[ " [ ..... " - ~- Point Mu The ~ons or ~orway ann the :aaonableprices ent at the Lutheran Church,last,Mrs. J. B..Emory, and Mrs. Mar- ' gu, .Calif., where the[da..~hter~ ^f Norwa" met on Wednesday evening, May 27, forljorie Breon spent the day Mon- groom will return to auty with m,,~,, ~,,,,~i,~ ,~, ~h,~, ~,~,,. the picnic of members of the day in Sumas with Mrs. Leon.[me u. ~. r~avy. I~'~"~"~,~",':,~'~'~ ~"~o,:~,'~'~,=~ Y MURRAY church choir and their families, ard Emory. They went up to Ab-_ ' . o - I anceofme~nbers D're~lt" f~r'bot'h A potluck supper was enjoyed on botsford, B.C., in the afternoon.lENGAGEl~IENT AN~!OUNCED [ .............. ~ .... ~,, r~v the lawn and in the church base- Sunday guests of the Rogers [. Mr. ann Mrs. Olaf BJoxn of[ s~ugen']~w~o"recen't~ at~ende(l" ai ment The evening passed pleas- family were Mr. and Mrs. Ken-[l~agewooa announced .the en-I .... ."~ ..~ .~,^ ~^~'n ^~ r,~,,,..,,~o antly, some playing ping-pong neth Roger~ and httle Boyd. [ ...... g [^, ,~.^ r,~._~ ~^~ ^~,~.^ r~ ,,~, An informal De o mcnard Herman Loren Arlington aondgther o an~r~sf ji2r~y,andn2~a2n?aeto~s P~:" [~enJO:n Ofof%atnedlY~rliL2;te:21 ~rSu2hft N~rtYinig BoUtr~tegol~n~ hymn sing be g "g tored over to Richland for thel ........ [Lodge A gift was presented toI . at a graauation party nela for . i were said. week-end. [r~la tho o~fh ,~,h~,~ ,h,,, ~[Mrs. Marie Rodway for her untlr-I ~ ~' ~ ["uos* ............. ,...,..^ +~.~lmg efforts In sewing for the Dolll ~ .~t~u~t,~ P~'~r Ivoun~ eounle ~,oon wishes and]wardrbe which was given a y ~ a~aa -~ ~a~ a~a %~ /c'on~,rat,,l~t~,~ ~" [recently by members of the Drill. ~'~ .....]~----JJ-- | -----[ o ~ [Team. Mrs. Drivstuen made t er ,aaOilOl"~i l['r~UU~l.d~lllp 1 " [presentation The dining room , n Boa Voyage party was givenFri::yL,~jAu~eA ~,AaLpE.NmD.A, ~iking wa~, b:uamUtimfeU:lYlodwe:Ora:ned lWoiteh. at the Peter Roal home ~riaaylhall 4-H club progra~ The pub ~ ~ evenihg for Miss Fredda Lamp, llic is invited. " [ly refreshments we,re who will leave soon for occupa-[ Monday and Wednesday, JuneliViane.ixaway and riazei ~'e~r- tlonal r i hos I sen Tne annual ~[rawoerry ~o . :, " therapy t ain ng in p'-[8 and 10, 8 p. m., in Viking Hall,] . ~" onsored b- the Dau-hters tals in Hawaii. Hostesses werelCivil Defense meeting Communi-lc~a.l sp ., ~y _ _ g Mrs. Harold Fritz and Miss De-Jty invited. " |o~ ~orway will De held on ~atur- r Roal nay evening anne 27tn, wnen the lores Roal, assisted by M s. .[ Tuesday evening, JUne 9, meet-[.~, ~.~;.. ~o i,,~)it~n : The S~ S. Lurline, on which the/ing of DrillTeam, Daughters oUv ...... ? ..... , ~. honored guest has booked pas-[Norway Plans for the Arlington[ The Z!on Lutheran Ladies." A~d sage for July 25th, had beenl4th of July parade. [.met in ~ne ~oelai rlan last'f.nurs- sketched on the invitations and~ Tuesday, June 16th at Viking~aaY_.aIternn" [rne-~us~nes'~_i was again featqred among the]hall.Building committee for!meet.lng was conauctea oy ~ne rations ~ presloenr ~wrs uarDara rmsoy elaborate Hawaiian deeD " .ISons of Norway. ~ " v " "'"" w n " d the d vo" Mary Jo, wearing a HawaiianI o ~e . a. n..lviyr a g le~ . e: - w re e v uests and T tlons ann prayer ann also pre go n, e i ed the g I he 624 mile Mullan Road, t d h" n em n--forthe colorful sen e ~s an Dune e ts presented each with a I running from the Missouri to the ~"'~in- w^'~- 'I" ...... "~"~s were lei. Karen Roal, daughter of .I Columbia, was built between ~w*-*-- ~#-o" ~. ~ ~..n wh~ woo and Mrs. William Roal, eomplet-[1859-62 at a cost of 230,000. s ..... ..... _.?o a [ program cna~rman mr the L~e ed the picture when she P'I -" W ; I iiIII Ill peared in native costume and Membership and In Memoriam danced the hulu to popular Ha- Department A living plant was. waiian record music which was . presented to each mother present! heard throughout the evening. by Mrs. Rod Following the bus-! Other entertainment was travel ~ iness rheeting delicious servings games conducted'*by Miss June of fresh strawberry shortcake l Hergert and ten rounds of were served by Mesdames Iver' Cootie. Drivstuen and John Jackson, to Refreshments were servedinIAIITflMATIP, a large group of members and,1 the living room at small tablesIn~mUtvn~t|~ friends. [n lighted by palm tree caffdles,I .... Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Knutson hadit and in the dining room whereltli/t [ [:[ AM[! a large gathering of friends and the captain's table was centered[ ||~lla--II~l; l~l~U relatives for picnic dinner on If you wish to buy or sell, our classified ads with a ship filled with pink rho;i Memorial day. Out - of- town dodendrons. A doll, dressed inl lDIl:D " guests included, Mr. and Mrs. carry your message far and wide--- an O.T. uniform, stood on deckl~l[n~ James Third from Edmonton, among the flowers waving fare-I Alb.; Miss Clara Knutson, Mr. 1st nsertion---3c per word with a 65c well. Delores, attlred as the ship [ and Mrs. K. T. Knutson, Carol steward, delivered a small leath-~ o ....... ~ .... I Bucanon, Mrs. Minnie Olsen, Mr. ....... h new iva5 moctels SO-land Mrs. Bill Major and Susan, minimum. ,er case fillea wirn silver ~o t el honored guest while Miss Her-[ day J Mr. and Mrs. Lou Anderson, Mr. Subsequent insertions 2c per word with gert voiced the good wishes of[ -' ]and Mrs. Byron Case, l~r. and a 65 minimum, the 40 friends whose names werel new low" prices" .[Mrs. Thomas Horan, all of Seat- signed to the Aloha card. ]--- a11(lltle; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Knutson, Coming from out-of-town t01 trades - ILou Knutson, Mr. and Mrs. E. 1" gt T" attend this party were Mrs. Dalel ......... [Madsonandfamlly, Mr. andMrs. Olson, Miss Ruth Cox and the] }Jack Knutson and boys, Mr. and [' II I Off lm{ s Misses Dorothy and Josephinel ]Mrs. Jarl Sesby and family, Mr. Gray of Seattle; Mrs. William] IIIP|II~IV illlrll~llV [and Mrs. LeRoy Stave and girls, |Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Knutson and Fred Bluemke of Everett., [ ................... [family. 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