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Ottem on birthday Ottem of Sflvana Wednesday, May occasion of her 88th. and relatives ex- raiulations at the were Mr. and Mrs.. Mr. and Mrs. A. Mr. and Mrs. SENIOR TEST WEEK was the first three days of the Mr.andMrs. ;week. Thursday, the seniors report to school at 1 p.m. for Mr. and Mrs. locker cleanout, Baccalaureate practice, and the distribution Mr. and Mrs. of caps and gowns. Mr. and Mrs. BACCALAUREATE will be in the aduitorium Sunday, June 7. Mr. and Mrs. Senior week will be Thursday, June 4 through Wednesday, and Wayne; June 10. Monday is class day and the seniors will ride to Birch Mrs. Joel Paderson; Bay for the Senior Class Picnic. Students can swim, roller Mrs. Dave Johnson skate, ride bicycles and honda,, and eat all day. Practice for and Mr. and Mrs. graduation will be June 9. Also Tuesday is the laying of the J il 1, Steven, Class Stone. Each member of the class brings a name card to place under the stone and then after this ceremony the seniors Johnson, Edith are dismissed until Wednesday. Seattle; Alice GRADUATION will be at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the high school S e r e n a Rag- gym. Each graduating senior is issued two tickets for re- Brynhfld Ness served seating and four tickets for regular seating. John Kldd was chosen by the high school faculty as the faculty Henly, Margaret speaker for graduation, and Colleen Field was chosen as class Dora Langsjoen, Ag- speaker. THE SENIOR graduation night party will be at Colonial Nina Stave, Agnes i Manor in Seattle. The seniors will leave immediately follow- Engebretsen, ing graduation and will return at about 6 a.m. Each student is ,Ingrid Ny- issued 1,970 one dollar bills (counterfeit) at the beginning of ]ZSther Peterson and the evening to gamble all night at the various tables. When the happy, event- with further good a long distance her daughter Gladys City, Mich. ton Times -- 5 Wash. 98223 June 4 1970. the sun starts to come up, the graduates bid for prizes with the money they have won or the money they have left. There are also door prizes and acres of food. DAVID LEE PETERSON took sixth place in the long jump at the state track meet in Pullman. Dave competed in the finals with seven stars, all seniors except the second place winner who is a Junior as is Dave. Dave received a medal for his 22' 3 3/4" jump. which was 7" farther than any jump he had made before he was in state competition. BETH BURGOYNE has been working with freshmen girls .interested in drill team next year. The girls have practiced and they will try out for positions Thursday, June 4. the Class of '70 000 DOze Sweetheart Roses IRe d, pink, yellow or Tropicana) Arranged in a charming ivy bowl. DELIVERED ............. $7.50 Cribbage Boards :, Rustic, hand carved, a uniquely different gift for that special guy. ................ Only S7.50 PLUS many other delightful and unusual gifts for grads! f ,..FLOWERS BY GEORGE 335 N. OLYMPIC ARLINGTON 435-2626 Garden club to meet Monday "Conserve Beauty" will be the theme of the next meeting of the Arlington Garden Club on Monday, June 8. Hostesses will be Mrs, C. Brevik and Mrs. J. Sagen. Election of officers is sche- duled and Darrington Forest Ranger Robert Taylor will speak on conservation. Other agenda is as follows: Nomenclature: A u c u b a, Mrs. A. Lamp. Horticulture: R e p o r t on "The National Gardener" and "Smoke Signals" by Mrs. G. Foster. Program: How to Glycerin Leaves by Mrs. H. Sparks. Arrangements: Bride's ar- rangement, accessories per- mitted, exhibitor's choice. Horticulture: Primrose, any worthy specimen. Dairy Wives to meet June 12th Snohomlsh County Dairy Wives will hold a noon lunch- con meeting Friday, June 12, at the A1 Stetner home, 16015 51st Ave. N.E., Marysville. To reach the Steiner resi- dence travel north through Marysville on Highway 99. Stay to the right on theShoultes Read when you come to the "Y" in the road. Continue on for three miles or take the Lakewood exit from the free- way and go east to 51st St. and turn right. The Steiner residence is the third farm on the left and may be further identified by the large Poplar trees in the yard. Read the Want Ads! shop now/or your size and stylel HEART" BRA bra pre.shapsd ustable straps. 32-3gB; 32.38C. 1.99 LEG PANTY GIRDLE 18" panty girdle mndex with firm tummy back in.rt. 3.99 2.59 Crossover In ............................. 1.99 Total Stretch In .......................2.79 Cling-Hug panty girdle ............... 3.59 ode o'day arlington mode o'day sale PANTY HOSE SPECIAL s1.19 .o. SWIM SUITS $8.99' up LARGE SELECTION mode o'd y in arlington NOW OPEN NEAR MIDWAY - Jerry's TV Repair Is a new business recently opened on Old Highway 99 near Fidelity Grange at Midway. Operation of the business is conducted by former Seattle residents, Jerry Moore and his wife, Annette, with the assistance of Kevin Stanton. Stanton, left above, is shown learning the fin0 art of television repair from Moore, who operated his own business in West Seattle for several years. Moore specializes in repairing all brands of color or black and white television sets as well as radio repairs. He now has on hand a good selection of used TV sets in good working order and a wide choice of parts. He offers prompt service and is open Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. He served four years in the U.S. Air Force flight line, was a member of the Elks for 12 years and is qtmlified to instruct elementary music theory. Heard About Town School in Tacoma. She intends to go to summer school at CWSC, Ellen,burg. MRS. MARY Stowe was a dinner guest Thursday evening of Mr. and Mrs. DouglasStowe at t h e i r home in Kirkiand. Later they attended a pro- gram given by Kirkland and Redmond high schools, with Lisa dnd Laurie taking part in the band and chorus. MR. AND MRS. Francis A1- bin are Parents of a girl, born May 31 at Providence Hospital, Everett. MR. AND MRS. Tom MiLls spent the long weekend driving up the West Coast of Van- couver I s I a n d, through Na- nalmo, P o r t Alherni, t c. getting back on the mainland through Tawassen Ferry. MR. AND MRS. Allen Wright and children Kelley andAaron and Mr. and Mrs. L.T. Wright spent Memorial Day weekend agate-hunting near Keystone, Whldbey Island. THE FOLLOWING friends drove to the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Sprouse at Utsalady on Memorial Day for potluck: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hodsdon, Mr. and Mrs. Curt Miller, Mmes. Sena Wrage, Polly Bunn, Ruth Headley, and Miss Etta Lang. MR. AND MRS. Clarence Brooks of Snohomish cele- brated their 60th wedding an- niversary Monday. Clarence Brooks and Allie Smith were married here June 1, 1910, and have spent most of their married life in Snohomish. Mrs. Brooks was born in Ar- lington and was related to Mrs. Mose Waterman. Clar- ence came out from Michigan in 1902. They had two child- ren, Mrs. Vic (Lily) Mathi- son of SnOhomish and a son Gene Brooks, whops, sad away in 1942. There are three grandchildren and four great- grandchildren. There was no formal celebration due to Mr. Brooks' health. APPLYING FOR m a rriage licenses MaY 27 in Everett were Roger Gates, Stanwood and HarVa Dawn McDaniel, Arlington ..... Doyle D. Parks, Arlington, and Janlce Webb, Everett...Gary Smith, Arling, ton and PeggY Lee Stormo, Granite Falls. TOTE M M A I N T E NANCE, Inc. is a new corporation which will provide janitorial serv- ices. It is owned by John W. by RUTH HEADLEY G55-2064 "--DON KIESSER SR. and sons Ricky, Don Jr. and Rob spent Memorial Day weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kiesser and family at Sequim. They spent a lot of time fishing. MR. AND MRS. Damon Ross were honored May 24 on the occasion of their silver an- niversary when their son and d a u g h t e r-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Sharp of Lake Stevens held an open house at the Green Wood Grange Hall Among the localites attending the affair were Mr. and Mrs. Ward Sharp, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jackson, M r s. Clyde Blacker and children, Mr. and Mrs. Joe TveR and family, also Mrs. Ruby Holland of Everett. THE EIGHTH GRADE class had a party Wednesday even- ing in the junior high audi- torium with Leisa Thompson, general chairman. The theme was "MacArthur Park", with the decorating committeeJudi Jira and Deann Vanwinkie, with special thanks to Debbie Johnson and Norris Sturgeon. Sarah Warner was in charge of refreshments and Fred Skucy looked after the record- ed music for dancing. The class advisors assisting were Mines. Clyde Bachman, Mary anne Larsen; and Messrs. Herb Hewer and Darrell AI- wood. Patronesses we r e Mmes. Peggy Anderson, Ray McCann, Howard Reeves and Chef Thompson. MRS. MABEL Frisinger and son Edwin spent Saturday in Tacoma where they visited with Mrs. Hattie Shelton, Mrs. Janet Frisinger, Wendy and Steve Frisinger. MR. AND MRS. Byron Val- liani and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Valliant spent the Memorial Day weekend at Thunderarm CamP Grounds, near Dlablo Dam. There were many camp- ers, with the campground and both gravel pits fLlled. MR. AND MRS. HenrySpenc- er spent the long weekend in Seattle with Mr. and Mrs. H. U. Myers and in Edmonds with Mr. and Mrs. David Spencer. MR. AND MRS. Palmer Lund had relatives during Memorial Day weekend at their home at Tyee Beach, Camano Island, the Lnnd family from Start- wood, Mr. and Mrs. Montey Hagenston and son, Mrs. Rhoda Warness and others. MR, AND MRS. StlLlman Ay- Bode and Irma L. Bode and ars and Mrs. Cora Kazen were Frank C. Carlln, all of Ar- gue,t, Sunday afternoon at the lington. home of Mr. and Mrs. C.A. MR. AND MRS. James E. Royce on Re u t e 3, Mount Johnson are parents of a son, Vernon. They met and visited born May 28 at Providence with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Renka Hospital, Everett. and son Michel of Denver, Coio. Mrs. Royce is the form- er Mrs. Carrie McQnesten, Grandmothers sister of Mrs. Kazen and Mrs. Ayars. Mrs. is the meet for lunch former Miss Karen Mc Questen, a niece of Mrs. Kaz- Arlington ASsociated Grand- en and Mrs. Ayars. Other mothers' Club held a 12:30 visitors at the Royce home luncheon meeting May 19 at were Royce's daughter and son-in-law and famLlyand George McQuesten and cMld- ren of Everett. the Marsh Road home of Marguerite Streeter. There was a good attend- ance of members as wen as two guests. The next meeting will be at the home Of Mrs. Dolly Grill- ' land, RoUte 2, for a 12:$0 luncheon TUesday, June 16. TWENTY-THREE State parks and 14 State marine parks are located on Puget Sound and adjacent waters shorelines .,. all of which are havens for bo~ters. MR. AND MRS. Roy Strotz, Mrs. Carrie Vans, ache, Mr. and Mrs. John Van Putten and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Sheldon were in Seattle Wed- nesday night where they at- tended the weddinl ot MIss Irene Rafferty and Philllp Joergenson at the Maple Leaf Evangelical Church. M]~S DELORES Rice is doing student teaching at Lakes High 080 by Nellie George GE 5-3368 MR. AND MRS. Art Hughes of Seattle wereSunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. S.A. Ander- .... son. MR. AND MRS. ArtSkagland left Friday for California to attend the funeral on Saturday of her brother-in-law, Don Hughes, who passed away sud- denly Wednesday noon. He was a former Oso boy, the son of Allan Hughes. OF LOCAL interest is the Arlington High School gradu- ation of Barbara Baker, Sally Arney and Nancy Groendyk and all of the others on this route. BILLY BRADLEY, one of the twins of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bradley, fell from his bicycle last Sunday, May 24, and broke his right arm. A DAUGHTER was born to Mr. and Mrs. Jim VanRy on May 24 and was named Sherrie Ann and joins a sister. MR. AND MRS. HalSundberg also Mr. and Mrs. Evert as- tram drove over to Snohomish Sunday and visited Martin Mayer and found him in good spirRs. They also visited at Jordan with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ostrom. MARY PRICHARD, a student at Western, was home for the long weekend and on Saturday took her sister, Sue Swanson's children to the park InSeattle. THE ANNUAL clean-up at the Oso Pioneer Cemetery was done May 23. Those who par- ticipated were Mr. and Mrs. Dennie Pierson, LeeRoyMer- rRt, Ray Tungate, Bert Arm= strong, Kelth Muma, Viola Anderson, Barbara B1anken- ship, Mr. Graber and Hal Sundberg. Mande Armstrong and Elenor MerrRt served lunch to everyone at the Grange Hail. The cemetery is now in the best condition it has been for many years. THE REGULAR meeting of Mt. Wheeler Grange will be this Friday evening, June 5. A film "Bulldozed America" will be shown by" Dale M. Dasch, County Extenslonagent for horticulture. A WOODCUTTING ~bee for the hall is planned for Satur- day, June 13. THE DATES of August 1 and 2 have been set for the sec- ond a n n u a I North Whidhey Stampede, sponsored by the North Whidbey Riding Club. Rodeo contestants are asked to register with the Rodeo Secretary, Ed Knutzen, Rt. 1, Burlington, Wash. ii I FOR T~tE OFFICE OR FOR THE ARTIST HEATON'S OFFICE &ART SUPPLIES WE HAVE ITI through the eighth grade are welcome. They should be reg- istered with Pastor James Nyborg or Mrs. Ed Raezor. MR. AND MRS. George John- ~son will celebrate their golden edding anniversary Sunday, une 7 at the Warm Beach Manor Lounge from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Relatives and friends are invited to greet them, THE SOCIAL committee of the Sons of Norway and Daugh- ters of Norway will meet on Sunday evening, June 7 at Mrs. iBeatrice Rod's home. Note ichange of date. i MRS. JOHN STENSAA ob- ~served her birthday last i Thursday when relatives and ~friends brought her greetings during the afternoon and eve- ning. Refreshments were served and everyone spent an enjoyable time. Guaranteed Repair Service IlEPAIIIEB MODERNIZE H~~ CARRIE BANG VANASSCHE ~; ,'.~4B~:f?~ Carrie Bang Vanassche " tomark84thbirthday By ELLENSHOWALTERchildren,her income he cared for otherwho lived with theIValleyBusiness An open house is schedule~ Vanassches while their par- | U Sunday, June ,, from2 to5 ents worked. She also recalls ,,,achines p.m., at the Sisco Heights peeling cascara and boarding / Phone 755-t555 Community Hall to honor horses. Carrie Bang Vanassche on her In the summer of 1966, ac- 725 F:oirhoven, Burlington1 companled by her granddaugh- ter Hellen and husband John, 841h birthday. Her daughter's, Ester Bergen of Granite Falls and Jennie Sheldon of Marysviile, and gradndaugh- ter~ Hellen Van Putten, will be co-hostesses to the event. All friends and relatives a r cordially invited to attend. The hostesses request no giRs, please. Anyone who has hadthe pleasure of meeting Grandma Bang, which she is referred to by almost everyone, is sure to be impressed by her warm friendly hand shake which re- flects the many years of hard work this lady has done and is still doing. Carrie Bang Vanassche was born in Moirana, Norway, on June 7, 1886, In 1907 she left her native homeland and came to the United States. Her first home here was in North Dakota where she worked for five years before moving to Tacoma. There she married her late husband, Pete. Then in 1918 they moved to Sisco Heights. She cleared most of their 20 acres the hard way, with a strong hack, although she admits the help of ahorse stump puller. She also hand- milked five cows. During those years, she raised two daugh- ters and her son, Calvin (Dude) of Snohomlsh. To supplement Open House Sunday to honor Barbara Larson MRS. BARBRA LARSON By ELLEN SHOWALTER Mrs. Barbara Larson is to be honored at an open house, Sunday, June 7, from 2 p.m. until 5 p.m. at the Getchell School. All friends and form= er students are invited to at= tend. The Getchell Commun- ity Club will be hosting the event and refreshments are to be served. Mrs. Larson is a familiar name to most people of this area. She has been teaching at the Getchell schOol since 1942 and is retiring after teaching 33 years in Washington state and three years in Montana, She is a graduate of Idaho State N o r m a 1 a t Lewiston, Idaho, and received her Bachelor of Arts in Education Degree from Eastern State College a t Cheney. A past president of the Delta Kappa chapter in Everett, past state carliamentarlan for Delta chapter and one of the first members of the administra- tive women's organizations and offices. The following is a direct quote by Mrs. Larson: "There is quite a differ- ence in teaching now than in the years before. Now, with school psychologists, speech thereapists, nurse counsel - ors, music instructors, physical education instruc- tors, team teaching, traveling libraries and bus transporta- tion, it makes teaching more professional. More as 'team work'. With your teaching de- vices in the classroom, (over- head projector,-~ecords with hearing aids, film strips and many more) it makes onelook back over the years and think of the little bey or girl ar- riving at school on horseback, walking, p a r e n t s bringing them and stone boats in winter. Yes, there is a great deal of 'progress'. "May I thank the many stu- dents for accepting me as their teacher, also the parents for the many helpful ways they have given me." After many colorful years in this area Mrs. Larson plans to do some traveling. She hopes to attend the World's Fair in Japan. ! she returned to Norway where ~she visited her brother whom she had not seen for 59 years. They a 1 s o visited Holland, England, Germany, Denmark and Sweden. In 1967, she made a second visit to Norway and Germany with her daughter Ester. White she was away Hellen and John piped running water to her house but she still has her little wood stove for which she splits wo~l. Those who happen to drop in on her are sure to be greeted with a good strong cup of coffee and a cookie jar full of Kromkaka. For the past eight years she has been in the employment of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen* of Marysville. She babysits their three children and has com- plete charge of the cooking and housekeeping of the four-bed- room home. Besides her three children, she has 16 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Grandma, you are truly a remarkable women. A very Happy Birthdayl Silvana by Irene Vognild, 652-7319 WORSHIP services will be held in the Church on the Hill (Peace Lutheran) beginning on Sunday, June 7 and continuing during the summer months. There will be study hour at 9 a.m. and worship hour at I0 a.m. Sunday, June 7, there will be confirmation of new members. VACATION Bible School STOP IN AND SEE OR CALL FLOYD OLSEN District Representative on all your New or Used Volkswagen needs EVERETT EL 3-119,2 541S Evergreen Way PACKWOOD VOLKSWAGEN INC. take life easy It's easier...and often less expensive.., when an in- surance agent who takes an interest takes over. ~our insurance program. ecause there are ways commences Monday, June 15, and continues for the week. Children four years old and Field & Douglas . Insurance 239 N. OLYMPIC 43S-2566 to save, on quality insur- ance. We'H show you some. And we won't pres- sure you. That makes things easier, too. i ACE HARDWARE SPECIAL WINDOW CLEANER Ace non-streaking ...... P|~ 14 AnoP-.er big ACE I~inl WINKES HARDWARE AND VARIETY 227 N. OLYMPIC 435.2442 I Bill's Superette OPeN eVERY DAY OF THE Y~AN 8a.m. to Midnite--7 Days a Week MILK ,o...o, '79' COUNTRY CHARM ....... 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