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t THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1953. PAGE FIVE , ,,& Anne Meugniot Phone 152J1 Paul Wangsmo Jr' Graduates at P.L.C. LitUe ~INNER iN HONOR OF MRS. A. O. QUALL A well-attended favorite-dish dinner was held Wednesday ev- ' cuing, May lOth, in honor of Mra. A. O. Quall, who is expected to Mrs. Southermark Dies June 6 - Mrs. Rose Southermark. 71. R. 5, Arlington, died Saturday eve- ~ing, June 6,~n Memorial Hospi- 8 p. m. A new type of program ~ing in the Fall will be " which promises to be very inter- School" night, the meeting date esting, will be j)resented at the to be Sept. 2rid. beginning of ttie meeting. Any c young woman interested in fur-, STRAY PIGEON thering the work of the Congre-[ A stray pigeon, apparently gational church'is urged to at-[tired after a long flight, dropped :into the Lawrence Fry chiet~en yard Wednesday morning to re- fuel" and rest. The bird bears leg bands P-889 a~ld another Aug. '51 TAC 107. Did Reds Pel 100 Order Now! Feed Supply er. Everyone is invited, the comn)ittee for Arlington, andl ..... o . The Hettie Lowe Guild will Ralph Collins for Darrington. I _use. '" cla~le~ aas - meet with Mrs. Ed. Almli, 210 S. The Chapter will take a sum-[enectlve saiesmem__ McLeod, Wednesday, June 17, at mer holiday, and the first meet- tend. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Giersch and sons Eddie and Billie left late Friday for an extended trip to Louisiana. They plan to be gone about a month. Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chet Jensen were Mrs. Jen- sen's sister, Mrs. Peter Folden of Seattle, and her two children. A brother, Mr. Marvin Howiek of Olympia, visited the Jensens this Wednesday. HENRY BACKSTROM cordially invites a two-h0ur, All-Star:show E: June 15, 1953 TIME: 5 to 7 p.m. Recent callers at "MaXwood," the home of Mrs. Emrha L. Mc- Cleary, were: Mrs. Albert Barnier, Mrs. Hans Bohn, Mrs. E. C. Leach, Mrs. John Wrage, Mrs. J, Beerily, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Shotlltes, and Mrs. Geo. Lancaster, of Ev- - erett; Mr. Henry Evans, Seattle; Mrs. R. R. Smith, Seattle; Mrs. Frank Krauskoff. OWN AMERICA'S NO. I GARDEN Mrs. Violet Jensen spent the week-end in Bellingham. She at- T~TOR Fo~ as un~ ~$000.00| tended the Alumni banquet at W, Versatile Simplichy handles over twe dozen common yard ~nd :karden chores easily, efficiently. Patented "Quick- Hitch" for les~than-a-minute /mpl- meat change, ~it$o.t toob, Now lo.r Rreat models for pmctictl, low-cost power on every yard ot gatde~ job, Let us demonstrate Simpllcity on youg own ground.., see why it's At~erlca's biggest garden tractor value! W. C. E., where the class of 1912 was having a special reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mock of Ev- ,erett visited Mrs. Mock's sister and family tbe Lou Kraetzs, on Thursday evening Mrs. Earl McQuesten spent part of last week in Darrington with her mother, Mrs. Alta Long. While there she celebrated her birthday.* Guests at the I-Iarry Christler home are Mrs. A. E. Brummond and sons Don and Judd of Cas- per, Wyoming, and Mrs. Melvin,,,.._.. Christler and children of Gray- l~Vlllllll it bull, Wyoming. II Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Almli and # ARLINGTON FEED & FARM SUPPLY PLACE: your KING-TV Screen Ronnie went to Everett Sunday for a dinner given by Mrs. Alm. li's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Johnson, to honor their nephew, James Hokanson. James has just graduated from Everett High school. Also present were his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hok- anson, and Mr. and Mrs. Vance Key and family of Bellingham. Paul and Mary Ewing were upi from Portland for a few days' visit with Mary's mother. Mrs. Frank Hughes, and Mr. Hughes, also visiting the Alvin Woods and Frances Badgely families. Other guests on Friday and Sat- urday were Barney Hughes and THE NEIGHBORS IN daughter Cathy Ann of Everett, R. 2, and Allen Hughes of Seattle. Formerly Arlington Cash Feed) To Inspect Our New Filling a long felt need in Arlington, we have just completed a new dining room at the Blue Bird Care, and invite your inspection. We plan to serve the very best foods, and are sparing no ex- pense to make this an attractive place to dine and enjoy good home cooking. D fng room will be available for family parties, club parties and dinners, and committee meetings. Reservations can be made by calling phone 1232. OMAN AND MARGARET YOUNT, Proprietors I