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4 The Arlington Times Thursday, June 15, 1961. Hazel Holm. correspondent . Tel. HE 6.2381 T D gt Summer Forest Crews wo arrin on Monday, June 12 was sial'lint,; S idi G day for summer work crews at o ers in ermany Darrington Ranger Station. U. S. Forces, Germany These men ,,viii assist the Dar {AHTNC~-'I\vo soldiers from rington and Suiatlle Ranger Darrington, Wash., Privates District in Multiple use activ. James V. White and Terry F. ities such as trail maintainanco Mathis, recently were assigned and restoration, engineering to the 35th Armor in Germany. survey and road location work. White and Mathis, tank crew- men in the armor, entered the Army in New, tuber 1960 anti completed basic training at Fort Ord, Calif. White, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. White, Star Route, is assigned to the 35th's Comp- any C. He attended Darring- ton High School and was em- ployed by Washington Plywood in Darrington, before entering the Army. Mathis, 19, son of Mr. anti Mrs. Frank B. Mathis, Stay Route, is assigned to the 35th'.,; Company B. ............. O ................ Re~ives Master's Degree Keith Morgan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Morgan, of Belmett- ville, was awarded the Master's Degree during commencement exercises at W. W. C. E. Friday, June 9th. Attending were Mrs. Earl Morgan and son Duane. o Climb White Horse A group enjoyed a climb O,'l White Horse on Saturday. Tommy Tucker led the group with Ronald Ketehum, Dr. and Mrs. Robert Keep and daugh- ter Elaine, Charles Donalson of Arlington, Rusty Heft and Tom Ashe. o Family Remdon A family reunion was held at the Bill Vories home in Cicero Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Canche and family of Moses Lake attended. The gathering was for Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pogue and family who have lived in Alaska and are being transferred to Texas. Mrs. Pogue is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Vories. Those present from here were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hasenyager, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Hasenyagcr and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Weisenburger and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Giles. ............... O ......... Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Page and family went to Duvall Stmday to visit relatives. Mr. Ed. Page returned after a week's visit with two brothers in Du- vall. There are twenty youngsters from here attending vacation school at the Catholic Church in Arlington this week. The newest addition Iv tit(. Suiattle Ranger Districl is Ray- mond Steil~er, a transfer from the Glacier Ranger District. He has been employed with the Forest Service for two years and is a graduate of the New Hampshire School of forestry He will act as timber sales of- fleer. His wife Pat joins him. .............. 0 .................. Visitors Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Art Wright and family were Mr. and Mrs. Bud Stue- stall and family of Edmonds. The Darrington Youth Club had a dance May 26 on grad uation. There were ninety-four attended. On June 9, fifty-four attended the dance. Mr. and Mrs. Byron ireland and family of Sedro-Woolley were Friday overnight guest.~; of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Giles. Mr. and Mrs. George Thomp- son had relatives gather for the first birthday of their son Greg. They were Mr. and Mrs. Wen- dell Thompson of Burlington, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Olson of Mr. Vernon. Mrs. ~axine Doll)h and girls of Sedro-Woolley. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Stoney left Friday for a two weeks visit in Nebraska. Mr. and Mrs. John h'eland and daughter Trudy attended the Lummie Indian Canoe races Two new families have moved to the Forest Service, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stiger of Glacier and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Foster and family of Concrete. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bryson's son John Stephen celebrated his sixth birthday on Wednesday. June 7. Those helping the cele- bration were Art and Tom Wright, Billy Grant, Marta and Carla Howe and Kelly Rankin. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hell and daughter Vivian and Vickie Peterson visited Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ruskowski on Satur- day. The Catholic Women's Altar Society met at the home of Mrs. Harold Engles on Tuesday. Plans for the forth coming Timber Bowl fly-in breakfast were formulated with Mrs. Ron- ald Ketchum as chairman. ATTENTION DARRINGTON Grade A Raw Gal. Per Gal. 3 or More l)elivercd Twice Weekly to Your Door Call HE 6-3286 HE 6-2080 OR DROP CARD TO START YOUR DELIVERIES 5:30 a.m.-10 p.m. Star Route Darrington, Wash. Ruth McDonald Darrington HAZEL Mrs. Nellie George, corr. Mr. and Mrs. Lylo Nyselher and children were dinner guests on Sunday with Lyle's parent,.~, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Nysetlm, at Sitvana Mr .and Mrs. Stanley Mahhn:- arid family of OlymI)ia visited his l)arents. Mr. and ]',h's. Gee Mahlum from Thursday tutti! >.l,n(tay. ()n Saturday Mrs. llelen Paul and boys from Mon- roe visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Giff Tackel: were week-end visitors in Seat- tle. A farewell party was giwm in Marysville on Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. Albert Skaglund and their daughter Mrs. Karen Dou~.qas and her son Lynn who are leaving Wed., June 14th fez - trip to Sv'eden. They ',viii leave from Tacoma by plane via Lon(;on and for that it will take 10 hours. Besides the family from here that attended the party were Mrs. Eva Bus- sard and Mrs. Evelyn Baker. Bobble, Scott and Sheila, children of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hughes of Vancouver, Wash. came Thursday by train to visit their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Art Skaglund for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Giff Tackett spent the week-end in Seattle. ............... O ................ Robert R. Green In Navy Promotion Western Pacific (FHTNC) The Navy promoted 23 men May 16, aboard the fleet oiler USS Kawishiwi operating as a unit of the Seventh Fleet in the Western Pacific. Among the group advanced was Robert R. Green, engine. man second class, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ike Green of Route 3, Arlington, Wash. Advancement is the results of passing fleet.wide competitive examinations. In order to qual. ify for the tests, personnel must excel in professional ability and leadership. The Kawishiwi is scheduled to return to her home port at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, in June ........... O~ .......... A gathet:ing of friends and relatives met in Marysville Sunday to wish Mr. and Mrs. Albert Skaglund and daughter Mrs. Karen Douglas and her son Lynn a good trip to Swed en. They are leaving Wednes- clay and will fly. Karen and son wilt go on an excursion trip while there. Queen Candidate Susan Adams will have a "Country Musical" Monday, June 19 al the Mansford Grange Hall at 8 p. m. Ray Bennett will be the announcer. ............ O ....... Darrington Churches St. Jfhn Catholic Church Darrtngton, Wash. Following is the summer schedule for St. John Catholic Church: Mass at 11:30 a.m. every Sunday. Confession: Before Mass. Episcopal Church Sunday School 9:15 a.m. Family Ser- vice wlt, h Holy Communion 9:30 a.m. Mt. View Baptist Church Sunday: Sunday School 9:45 a,m. Morning Worship at 11. Training Union 7:00. Preaching 8:00 p.m. Mission Soc. 10:00. and Bible study. The Rev. Breedlove, pastor. First Baptist Church The Rev. Jim Slaton, Pastor Sunday School at 9:45 a.m, Morning Worship at 11 a.m. Senior Young People at 6:30 p.m. Evening Service at 7:30 p.m. Thursday : Choir at 7 p.m. Prayer Fellowship at 8 a.m. Calvary Pentecostal Sunday--10:00, Sunday Sohool. I1, Church Service. Sunday evening, 7:30, Church Service. Tuesday--7:30, Prayer and Bible Study. Thursday--7 ;30, Young People's ~r- vice, Church of "God of Prophecy Sunday: 10:00 a.m., Sunday School; 11:00 a,rn., Church Service. Wednesday evening, 7:30---Prayer & Bible Study. Thursday. 10:30 a.m., missionary meeting. Friday evening, 7:30: Young People'm meet. Baptist Bible Fellowship Ed Nelson, Pastor Sunday--10 a,m., Sunday School; 11:00 a.m., Services. Bveryone wel- come. Assembly of God Sunday -- 10:00, Sunday School; 11:00, Morning Worship. Children's Church and Jr. Church 6:30. C. A. Service, 6:30. Evening Service, 7:30. Midweek Service Wednesday, 7:30. F-R-E-S-H Y EXTRA WHITE HORSE Mrs. M. Fleming, corr. Work Party Makes Progress on Bldg. The White IIorse Community' Club held its regular meeting last Wednesday with a work party on the club grounds. A Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Fleming and Nit'. and Mrs. Ivving ()lson wen ~ the I ,'~,mio Indian Cane, races on ,qaturdav. Mr. and Mrs. Denver Massen. gale (Jo Anne Jones~ are the parents of a son born Sunday. June 11 at Memorial Hospital in Sedro.Woolley. He weighed five younds and joins a brother. Queen Candidate Carolyn i Hayter will have a bake sale at Elmer's Saturday, June 17. A ear wash at Szekelys, and a dance in the Fire Hall in the evening. Mrs. Dorothy Fortner went to Everett and Seattle Friday and Saturday. Her son Don of Seattle brought her home. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Howard and e,,mny and Dennie Anderson left Saturday morning for Couer d'Alene, Idaho. They re- turned Monday. lot of work was accoml)lished !)y the ladies, all of the nails pulled and brick cleaned and mosl of the siding is on the building. There were 17 mere- bers present at the picnic table with ttazel Gladsjo and Kate Gilbert acting as hostesses. It was told during the meeting that any one could go and work any time they had some time to spare. The floor boards have to be nailed down and there are a few more bricks to clean. It was decided to hold another work day next Wed- nesday, June 14. Issabelle was appointed treasurer to take the place of Helen Swilling. The July meeting will be held July 12 due to the Fourth of July being so close to the reg- ular meeting date. The July hostesses will be Amy Estep and Muriel Fleming, and there are no birthdays. Prize winners were Vi Selon and Eff Poage. Vi Seton furnished the eoft'ee for this meeting. Robert L. Cole Robert L. Cole, 35, died in a Seattle hospital Wednesday, June 7, of a heart ailment. Rob- ert was born in North Carolina March 31, 1.926 and came to the vicinity five years ago. He was a veteran of World War II with the U. S. Navy and was em- ployed with the Three Rivers Pl.,,wood mill in Darrington. He was a member of Fornet Creek Baptist Chureh in North Caro- lina. Survivors are his widow Betty, one daughter Marlyn and one son Robert L. Cole, Jr., all at home; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John C. Cole of Bryson City, N.C.; two sisters, Mrs. Eliza- beth Bradburn, and Mrs. Chris. tine Procter, both of Marion, North Carolina ; and three brothers, Gene Cole of Leving- ton, Ore., and John, Jr. and Leonard Cole of Kinzua, Ore. Funeral services were held Sat- urday in the Mountain View Baptist Church in Darrington with the Rev. Bridgeman offi- ciating. Burial was in the Dar- rington Cemetery under the di- rection of Weller and Solie Fu- neral tlome of Arlington. Mrs. Emma Johnson and Del Overholt were hostesses to a bridal shower held last Thurs- day at the Overholt home in Swede Heaven honol:ing Carol Overholt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Overholt of Dar. rington. There were 15 guests ~resent and the time was spent in playing games. Princess Pudding and cupcakes were served for the lunch. The Junior Deputies had a wonderful camping trip at Buck Creek over the week-end of June 2. They went in on Fri- day and stayed until Sunday. Wally Overholt and Mr. Derrick were chaperones. Thirteen boys went from Darrington and two Seattle groups joined them. A good lime was had by all. Willa Mac Getschmann and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cope and son left last Thursday for a month's trip to North Carolina to visit an ailing brother and mother who is not too well. Mrs. Getschmann and Mrs. Cope are sisters. They are traveling by car. Mr. and Mrs. Si Gilbert and daughters went to Bellingham on Friday to atlend the gra& ation exercises of their s0~ Jack Tiland and his wife who graduated from Western col' lege at Bellingham. After ceremonies all the familiO picnicked at Fairhaven Park i~ Bellingham. Both Mr. and MrS, Tiland will teach at Long' view this fall. At present they are visiting the Gilberts here at White Horse. Ike Green had the tune to cut his foot quite ly on Thursday while he cutting brush. It required te~ stitches to close the gap. O RUBBLB STAMPS &rlinqton Printing Co. TRIP INSURANCE CO PROTECTED $1.00 Buys $5,000. plus $500. (Death) ( Medical ) WHITE HORSE INVESTMENT CO. Darrington, Washington "Your Good Coverage Agenf' HE 6-3951 Phone HE 6-2101 PRICES EFFECTIVE JUNE ! 5, ! 6, 1 7. RIGHT TO LIMIT. DOLLARS! HE 6-2326 DARRINGTON D gWn SAVES-U Lb. Lb. SERVE-U ' TASr,, ,,LL, OraT :D TRADING CENTER J! | IN DARRING, TON Where Satisfaction Is a "Buy "Word. 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