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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, JUNE 25, lqh"I. .PAOE )It y a , ley LA EWO0, I[ ii IA' GETCHELL OSO , e L ke " SISCO HEIGHTS n w DU__ .......... Mrs Nellie Geor-'e Mrs Willis }Iilde, corr. iJr. vv. ~lcn .ul~ Lynn Danielson, mrs" eWnns riuae' crr"lephone 2117 ' ~' I Terry Bunten3077vVocorr "Mrs Hilde, corr. [ [ Telephone 211," i.'l '~resSy~)n::nhacGregi Mr an:Mrs. George Wiggin, ;chool R:::~::Pc:dT:ttees I IMr .andPMh:eRalph'Stuck anc Tuesday vPhs~e:117he Ray Ly-~ [ je~Se MYdtlrewVioddaaht~ea~ddMhScli OPTOMETRIST een attended a wed- md girls motored to Olympia to The continuation of School Re-tfamily came,from /vIarysvil~ to ~nsh0me were Miss_Carol Snapelmid.summer Swedish festival atl| ~)Tf} gU~,~v~,~,;,,. vernon, bunaay. , tne ov~,,..~"'~"n .,._~ho ,,,o,~k..~,_ -end with Mr..~nd union commi[[ees'.. Mrs. ~vlaryL spena Fa[ner s Day. wi[n tne uun- -~ .'acl'na. , .a hOStess .tr tne --..~v-- ..... p.rL,......'~" -~-.--"-Jq~t"ra'" ~avonln~.. l ~ tJ UbUHV/JVt, bride was Miss Helen ~rr~ ~l,~,~ ~,~wlev and Mr -nd Gates as chairman at the Infor.[ten's. Mrs. Stuck is the former United Air Lines, Mrs. Dick Stod-[ ......... ]11 . .. a cousin of Mrs. Mac- ~'~,~" rz'~,-T ~'~,~ .~,~ ,-hl]dron " mat[on desk and helpers are Mrs ]Hazel Bunten. As a gift for dard and son of Los Angeles andl. lwrs. r.ive.ra Jonnson is .snow-I] drlT.~,~]'t3q~. Wo_~h 'ho .............................. ' , Mrs Calvin McLachlan mg mucn Improvement PUt ls ~-'~e, .... ~ ....... married ThomasSundav v'.~'l ltors at the Ralnh Gertrude Alexander and Mrs.lFathers day we, got Dad a fly . and/ ............ . ' /i th ..... - .... bab stiH m ~ne nospltal. e S.D.A. church with ~ ....... *~- *-^-~"~ w'~r~ ~- ~'~d Viola Anderson /tying kit. Now I ll sit back and Y. [ i - flours - ~h^~,A IJtJ~ VY q,)lt I | 1tUlll~ I.~ ~. .LVl 1 OLZI . . * ~ ~'l~l'dl'~ ~tthe Hlllcrest Lodge. Mrs. J. Robertson and children Tables and Seating Committee:/watch him tie a few fanc.y ones. Mr and Mrs. Wayne Rlneholt/~.eM~'l:nwdeM/S~Harvey Nlel.son o,fl|9.30..a.m" t_o 5.'.31] p.m. ~,':tl [ptlon, Mrs. wact~regor of Seattle and Mr. and Mrs. Rush Bradley, chairman, Walter/lnstea~ or. ny tying, I minK n.e and daughter Theresa of Seattle[~t~e Orrin (Yn~''~-~:~'-~ ........ ]| erased "ruesaays ~,~.,~,~. ! tile punch bowl ' Rudy Sydow of Everett Tungate Bob Blacker GustPear.[snulu take a Iew lessons invisited with Mrs Lottie Alstrom| .......... I| ..... ~le Baldwin surprised A family reunion was held at son. , }catching fish, so farne!ther of us on Sunday ~ orT~D~o~ I| E, vemngs Og ,Zlppomtracnt ;n~rsday ~0h~any h~e:vre tha~.~EosYpalaendt hwOmee ~n.%%nd norNO~iln:tlng Cc~mirmmittene.. NEl~l?e]~:e:at~gnbanY~eVl.ayOe we can an~r~aandy M~SKBOb JOme~ewrV~k ARL-~T~I*~'~.~ pH" 493 1| MacArthu, r, Calif. [Mrs. James Howard and family George, Mary Gates. ' i Gloria.Tester of Seattle spent the Sigurd Tommerviks on Thurs-I ~ -- ~nhau~en s sister and]of Kent Mr. and Mrs. James Mr- ~ ..... ~n~ ......~,, ~. .... [the weeK-ena with her aunt.day 1 -- :law, Prof. and Mrs. R.]quatters of Midland, Wex., Re ; charge of making and erectinglMrs" Fred Wegte. Mrs. Andy Wikan and two[ ,,dnd~i~l~ ~r~outh Dakota, spentlan(] Mrs..w~aynaro rlaalana o] signs. Howard Fisher is giving hisdaughters are sPend[he a fewl . -- --: -- day to Saturday as/Everett Dick Haaland of Fort .- ..... Inew enuipment a good tr,,out "~a"~ viii*" .... :- H-v~a .....: -- i~um~k\~~ he Kuhnhausen home Lewis and Mr and Mrs Haaland g--rcay gale, cnalr, w s " ' " "" | ,~ I~l~~' ' rarKin Tun " "~ ~ u y~ ~t,.~ ~v.-~. ~ aru ~en- Mrs Joe Von Moos]and Rose at home man, Leroy Fry, Bill Muller, Wal- these past week ~hlhng. silos.. Soent and fam,:y. They are en-[ ~.t\ , ........ ter Tungate Clark Kni-hts i wzr ann ~vlrs beo Hie[[ ann e [rom r~eDrasKa [o AlaSKa ! ~. ~"~ ,~]~~~ l , rs moo ooor. oasr [ te of Stanwood were " 1 " Mrs. Chas. Hmtt of Walla Walla Mr and Mrs. Ray Lyons visit- , lng guests at t Iw ........ s ....... were eallers at the Bill Cooper ed with Mr and Mrs Calvin Mc- ~en' he turned home from the hosplta, Picture Gallery. G e r t r u d e . . . nere ner aaugn[er, mrs. Agne~unuoerg, c~alrman, t~erman . " ~n home On SundaYlHar~ ~ .... '--'* ~"r h'~r Fr,, ~ ..... ~,~ ....~..,... Ihome Friday evening. Geo. apd Lachlan at Orcas Island on Sun-I ~ l "~ ~ i~gvat~tehti~M~lee Hann[famMri?ndoMtrseWa~toer MBainlre~ea~do Al~ei?g:me ' Committee: Neqliel[ohl%i~im~utii~Ylv.T~r CamceVer UaMr. and Mrs. Larry Larson of/ [UN~ UJ~I ~[~br" I l~ Ii "-'~-2~b " i _. " ~ /have dinner with Mrs Tingle onGeorge, chairman Lawrence Fry ] .... :-" " - .P Williston visited with Mrs Lot.! MIIHilCItq [~ M .~ ~so were among, ...... " ........... : .. - ..- 'lment in J~verett ]ms pas[ weeKtie Alstrom on Saturda-" even[n- I I~Ui,lut.,Id I ,! m ~ ~:~e th,~o T n~.,~,~o,,,,]~unaay, un tl]elr way nome [ney Della Alari(lge, ~len t-arKer, ttoyl ~a. o,~,~ M.o ~r ^ ~,..,,~...~; ~ ~. ,a~.~,,.~,~, ._....~ ....... [stopped in Snohomish to visit Whitman, Mrs. Pierson. ~'~'{z,~:,,~'~,~',,~"~,,,'~t'."~'~h'~ Don t forget the Ladies' Aid[ - [~~kxe-..---~//~ Y'_~ ~f" _|Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brown. Registration" Johanna Bradley ]~,/_~'~,~.."..+^"..~" ~.,~o. ~,,\,,~ cale to be he}d SaturdayJune] ,.a-, ,~.,,, ....... I Ui| k /,~~ ~ert Countr man anu . ". ' v,a,~c, Du,tc.~ oU.Uay ~te,-~ --' " ~_ . ~Y [ Mr. and Mrs. James Mcquatter chairman, Pauline Muller, Joa~ne[ .... ~,. o.,~t,~. ,.~o ~ ............ 27, at the Social hall of the First] ' ........... ~ ...... ] ~1~Ir ~ t~~r:- ancy_an.mree..mre[and family left for their home at Muller Laverne Groendyk. [iro~"i~'orde~'~aii}".~_r'..=~,=';',~..~ Lutheran Church at 8 o'clock inl ..................... k,~~ ..aaln~ow Assem~.ly O[/Mldland' Tex, on Tuesday, after Invitation: Tillie Maihis, chair- J~o~ ~,o....'~.~. ~'~' ~'~'~'..'=~'.~ the evenin~ I "; ................ [ ~ ~ ~ ~ _were Monaay alflner's"endin" a week with her--ar -----,,~ .... ~, ......~.+~.~,,ao,~ u,ov,~o,.~ ~,~.,~l~,~,l,~ "~" [ O,*-,:-,-.~u- "'~"" ] ~ ~ ~ ~ H ~J ~ IJ " 111~11~ l~ UIIII4 ~- U~I~UII, J~ I.IIUI ' Mr " Mrs C Countrvman [ ................... ~.~ ,-. _,. ...... ]business. The Porters spent the, . and Mrs. Mark Dunn spent[ ....r-~~,, ,,,,-,v ] if [ /" //~r /, p~'. -- .....- ....-_, [eaL~, the t~. J~. naa~a[ius. ....... roen(]yK, Dorm t~aogmy. -.. [past two years at Korbel and Ar-] Father's Day with the Art Me- ~,--',,,~ ~,.,;~[~ |~ t 1~ u~L~rS (MOllyltlKer/]t~aaian(] accompanieo [nem as Mrs. wayne t'eterson an([ Cnll-|,.~~ (.~;~ h,,~ ~.,,,..~ .~. ,~.~ ,..I Gr,~w f "' ' ...... I ~ t~.l - =t g ests at the Plgort/far as Colvllle, where she will dren recently went to Camano|~he wool Washin"tonians "referI S--t ........................ i ..... .~:, [ ---- ~ -_ - j ~la , 8 [a ~!~ d[lU I)Iy$ L/~[Yt2il IYl~/111l/cIIl ! Y several relativesivisR her mother, Mrs. Nellie Ses- Island to a sisters home, where[this aood old state "Mr- "-rter isI ..~ ^~'a .... c~'~ ....... ~. .... I ,., :~:::,~': ~F',~'~ ~-] ~'~ /~ b --r'o x ~ Z'~UlIIUIU UIXI% atU tllU ~al . g the day. Duringikett, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman they were ioined by another sis-i ....... " " . . ' "': ...... ~:S::: I~~//~~ on Mr and Mrs Lloyd]Wood ~ .... .~ ~...".~ .,.,,n ...... ,. ....... twrs. l~un[en $ sister. ents oz a new son oorn on Mon .....: ........... ,'" ~''" | ~/i~/~ ~am" " " " " ~ ...... :' ..................... The Home DemonstrationClub~day rs McMillan is the former c~-= .............. ,,,-,, lly of Bryant, Mr.[ Mr. and Mrs. Wllhs Hllde and leaving in a couple of days for[ ............. :-- " ~ ." ...... [ .......~~,',~ I .... -- ---- _- 0rdan Tjerne and chil- [family attended a family gath- Alaskff to reside -- met weanesaay Tun elgn[ mem.] Sharon flirt of thiS commumty, i "" "-'~_ ,,,, ,'~~ _ - [0nr . . oers ann six cnllaren present. ,,"'" ''v" ..... oe, and Mr. and|erlng at the Joe Stepanek home Mr. Wheeler Grange Auxlliaryl~.. o .... - .... I~ Mrs Josephine Johnston and[ .......~:~' ..... ~,,,,;| eter " . -- ,- ~,..~. ,,,,z anu mrs. ~wanson pu[ '. son and son of Ar-[ln Everett on Sunday. will meet at Lorena Cavanaugh s] .......... ] Mrs. John Hart motored to Sno-[ ' " ] " ~ite Th e on me uemonstratlon setting in d. e same ev -[ home at Hazel on Thursday July] ....... [qualmle on Monday to spend the] [ - -, - a sleeve ann making a pressing nd Mrs. Paul Holman[ . -[ 2nd. Please~tbmember that pot-[,,~, .... mh,~,,~ w~ h ...... ,,,,,[day. [ ~ - ( ~d dau h " " ..............................~ _ g ter of Seattle[[ ~T-T/~TTT rp~ [ luck lunch at noon has been dis-|in Jul'" instead the --embers[ Judy Brown of Lake City spent~ ..~ Mrs. George Ware of([ ~.~XJ.t3~L.~.C,O [ continued. Iwill ~o2io Ka"ak Point four a "ic ]the week-end at the George Sie-~ ~~~ll~' t~ f//_~, 0Od were guests. | Mr. and Mrs. John DeCosta and -- [nie ~unday, 'July 26 The n~extigel home t "~lt~~f~r/i i ~" ~v~rs. Anton Foberg[.lohn Robertson left on Sunday Serious Auto Accident ].......'.., ..... +~ ..... ~,,'~... ~.. ^.,~ I Mr and Mrs William Drew of J _ _ _ -VJ,~B I, ~d Mrs. Thorvold Ha-[June 21 for a fishing trip to Loon A serious auto accident oc- ,,~t ~t norothe~ .qchm~a Mukilteo visited at the Arnold ~a,~q~,, ~1, .,~ ~W~.'~; . eattle, were Sunday]Lake Canada curred at the Cicero bridge last[ The Frank Anderson family of|B[rn home on Saturday evening.[~~~ ~ ~r ~.~ ne Elmer Schei home.[ Mrs. Evelyn'Dudek returned to Friday when Mrs. Ray Groendyk|snohomish were recent visitors] Mrs. Josephine Johnston enter-| ....~,.~.,....,v~ --,, "----o-- - [her home last week, after spend- and daughters Laverne and Ber:~at hi~ brothels home the Robert[rained Mrs. Mark Dunn and Mrs.] " les- classified ads -- ling a few days with her daughter nice and also Mrs. Groendyk's[., _.,i~..n~' [John Hart at a luncheon on l ~ __ _ ~ ~ _@_~ ...... A ~ ~ men [e,t Des Momes. mother, .Mrs. Frank nayden .of[ Conrad Pray of Seattle was a[Wednesday. [ L~~ ~r~r~l~ L'-~r~r~r ~~" tSeJliornla were assen ers wlth ~-~ ~,)w-~)~w,~,. v-,,~,~, m ; " " ' "P -- g. ]Sundav visitor of Mr and Mrs.] Mr: and Mrs. George Siegel and] a ~rlena in ms Lincoln car.[BillPra, " " ~family spent Sunday with the] whmichk ~SanS~ird ~h:ave wS]ai: ai~t[ Mr. and Mrs. Erne,t So]berg[Wia]lawrdofr~V~ei:admiu]Yhta~ joEaSet[ SERVICE iS FASTEST WHEN YOU CALL tal wreck Mrs Ha" den was most]were guests of the Henry Friddles[ ., . g ~Y ] . ".." . ~ ..... ISunday afternoola at Arlingtonlremained.]here to spenu a zew[ BY NUMBER f~ seriously injure(], wl[n DrKenlHei"hts /weeKs Tim ner granaparents o :~:~::~i::~i; arm and shoulder and other in- t; ~ Mrs Arnold B'orn and A'lan , " ......... "urie - . - I Dr. and Mrs. Walter Maloney o~[ ." .... . .[ You 11 save tune and get your party more j s. ,~averne recelve(] a con-l~,~t~,~ t..L- T~kie a,~ m~mmie|sPen[ ~ra[ners Day In ~veret[I Cussi ...................... on with her arents Mr and Mrs[ quickly ff you make your Ion distance calla Rogers for a trip around the l. .. . P , _ _, _ _ g , .. _ ~ ...~ |Mountain Loop highway Sunday,|Ix. ~ronnlng. [ U., number Kee,, a list hand,, of the lono dis- ~vtr. an(] tvxrs. ~erry iVlc~rew[~, .= ~a,h x~hile aoth~,~ th,;i~/ I ~Y " 1~ ; drove, to Oregonreeently to bring l[un h n=ear Big"Four.~he; saw" a[ In Arli.n_gton LPhone_1344 I tance telephone numbers most frequently called. . er Sls[er Mrs BOO JaCKson, ann bear which was a oreat thrill/ KILLOUGH CL~AiNEI~ | children up to visit her parents,[e,,~ ti ,, ]{ttia h.... n.,..,,hi for ] Add to it, each time you call a new number. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith ikat~?Ann*~Ma~lone::*s~a.~e~d'~home!Hat Blocking and Cleaning ] ............... L----l]l~ll* Mr ~.d M.e wr...t~ D,~,,,~,, ..~[ Y Y Y [- [ Whenever you Call, give me opera[or [I1~ IlUlJLI~ ...... ;" ...... Iwlth Mr. and Mrs. Carev at ak tSaturday night with Mrs. Blalrs/ ...... . , , c~:e%tutni~lSl~euandI:lv.en~kSc(~n tang[Riley. The Careys repor~t a lot of[~ister, Mrs. Louise Wallitner. Mrs.] bel~---anl yOU 11 avola unnecessary aelay. ~,~ .... z .. ,.,7" ~? "Irish taken from the lake that|Blair had been attending the[ ~ookuy ~r~S'e:~3~3arnmp~2' ]heY]day. . IV. F. W. ~convention in Everett[ ...... ~. " . ~ I Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lawson en-|this past week. [ m at~" wa~t~l ~S'ir~:hi~dme Lge~[jyed a Sunday driye to Granite| Denny King and a friend were| ~] _ . : ....... '/Falls. OnguestsThUrsday Mrs. Lawson]callers at the Bunten home Sun-| ~![~ .. a~tare~nw~it~g~l~n~rl~irSP~:lng~had as her sister-in-law, |day evening. | i " -- ' # IMrs. Hoagie, and a friend / Mrs. Tirza Webb of Seattle/ ~DI l[]llllfllll] ~U~I IIW r'~erso.n.. ......... [ Mrs Lawrence Blair of Sequim[came up to visit with her son /l l lli'llUlll} I u]lr/l l| an~r" jy:xt~[aen~atnlsfZpi~/:n~~ and Linda Oyler of Everett spent,Chuck Monday. [ AT BIG ::iii}i *:::::. "% i!:: sDe~t Sunday with Joe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Cole. Mrs. Clarence George visited on Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Brooks and the Brazelton family at Trafton. Mr. and Mrs. Donald'Prather and son Ross of Seattle visited with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence George last Wednesday and be- Ing on a short vacation were vis- iting other friends when enroute home. They have a store in the University district, Seattle, the "Campus Icecream." Mrs. Bert Armstrong ~l n d daughter Nina spent the week. end with Bert at the Vets hospi- tal in Portland, honoring him on Father's Day. William-Pollard of Hazel called on the John Coles Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Arnt Mulder (Le- vada Earnhart) of Snohomish spent Sunday with the litter's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. John Cole. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Forbes~ of Darrington were interested in learning that they have pur- chased a new home at Edge- comb. Mrs. A. W. Peterson returned home last week from Port An- geles, where she had spent a week caring for Mr. P~terson's mother, who is bedridden On her return she was accompanied by Ella Allen, who visited her until her folks came after her on~ Fri- day. Mrs. Thelma Williams and bo~,s of Trafton spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Parker Mrs. Clark Knights and sons, Russell and Richard, accompan- ied Clark to Lester, where they will spend the summer. Mr. and l~rs. Bill Larimer of Snohomish were callers on the George Andersons on Thursday. Mrs. A1 Cavanaugh will be hostess to the Grange Auxiliary at the next meeting July 2nd, which will be held at her home in Hazel The hostess will serve a dessert luncheon Mr: and Mrs. Hildor Eliason INGTON iii: > of Arlington were complimented Saturday evening at their home honoring them upon their silver ~W wedding anniversary Relatives and friends from here attended. O CEDARvALE- GRANDVIEW Helen Sheppard. corr. tauling Lime Bryant Limestone, Inc., started hauling lime Monday, June 22. A small birthday supper was held on June 20 for Mr. C. A. Sheppard at his home. Guests ~were Mr. Frank Co[[man, Mr. Hans Sin and Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Calvin and family of Big Lake. Mrs. Betty Booker made a business trip to Everett June 22.1 Mr. Bruce Bartlett of Seattle[ was a Saturday evening callert at the home of his mother, Mrs.[ Bartlett. [ Mothers, this is the alue opportunity of the season to stock up on famousBuster Brown Shoes for your children at record-breaking price reductions. Twice a year we can offer you top quality Buster Browns at such savings. We are not presenting our full line at these prices, but we have fine stocks of desira )le patterns in many sizes. Of course, all of these Buster Browns ore made with the craftsmanship and skill that have made Buster Brown the traditional name for quality in children's footwear since 1904. You owe it to your budget to bring the youngsters in today while we still have a choice selection. CHILDREN'S SHOES I (VALUES UP TO $6.95) TEEN-AGE SHOES... (VALUES UP TO $7.95) YOUR ARLINGTON BUSTER BROWN STORE II I