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i PAGE FIVE @ TtIE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1953. Anne Meugniot Phone 152JI B. ~ P. W. CLUB HEARS ABOUT WHITMAN STATUE The Business and Professional Women's Club met Monday nigh1 with Mrs. Laura Snyder She was assisted by Mrs. Frances Daniel- son. The group enjoyed a delici- beenlt0ok place the follow- ous pot-luck supper served cafe- ati01- : .Zl~',g. Assisting Mrs. Schei teria style, with a dessert of rD~p . . .. strawberry shortcake served b~ sh eter v, enning Jr ;vlrs. h " ' : , 4[._' .. ' "' t e hostesses. During the bum. ~k and Mrs., Alfred ness meeting the club decided to ------~-~ts included Mrs. An- go ahead with plans for the Fall ~]~, Mrs. Ernest Jackson, ' banquet, for which an outstand. & :.~ld Carlson, Mrs. Bob ing woman speakerwill be se: ~to tV~M cureo, mrs. reggy ~a:rney ann ~[o 1 mrs. Leonard Ottem Miss Judy Backstrom reported on ~!ii! the state cnventin held in Olympia in May. The group re- ceived a letter describing the ded- ication of the Marcus Whitman statue in the Hall of Fame in Washington, D. C. This has been e~f~m~s. Andrew Broderson :~Carlson Mrs. Robert mwa~n ' ' a s~, Jr., Mrs. Ch rles ga IMrs Fred Nygard Mrs. ae _.~. FIalsan Sending gifts: ~"-t~le to be present were brd~aJtrotz and Ellen, Mrs. ffolq~_hite, Mrs. Hans Sand- :'~enry Broderson, Mrs. Mrs Anna Matthie lV_ar Drivstuen and Pol- " - ~ I'Ioward Vognild, Mrs. ,~ ~rhase, Mrs. Margaret :r., Mrs. Sam Kraetz, Mrs. ~Mrs.Louise Wallit- l z,: A l hris Nissen, and Mrs. Ullr}~n. The house was dec- ~Vith mixed bouquets ~w Strotz, June's moth- cake which bore the ":l~:[ the engaged couple .:I.m-~'t Jackson assisted with .,~e presents a project of the Business and Pro- fessional Women of this state. The dedication ceremony was at- tended by Supreme Court Justice Wm. Douglas, Vice-Pres., Nixon and other notables BIRTHDAY PARTY Little Norris Aylesworth, the son of the Lloyd Aylesworths, was five years old on June 12. Little neighbors who came to his party were Stevie Burns, Mike, Preston, Claudia Parker, Malin- da Van Horn, Julia and Georgeine Dycus, and Linda Marsh Brother Glenn was also pre~ent and Lin- da Aylesworth had charge of the games As it was a rainy day the children enjoyed refreshment~ and games in the basement rec. reation room. Father's Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry O. Wood were their . , . daughters and their families from Seattle: Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wil- FAMILY REUNION liams and Tommy, and Mr. and ~a Van Namee attend- Mrs. W. C. Medill and Linda. ' ~lly reunion Sunday at Spending the summer with ~of her sister, Mrs. Net- their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. "~lley, of R. 4 Snohomish. John Wrage are Carolyn Linda, I~.aPson and Ann Walker and John, the children of Mr. and agJ[cWith her Mrs McCaul- Mrs. Charles Wrage, of Toledo. "'~ Children land "twelve of ~rl grandchildren were Clarence D. Hutton, who is ~e~l'.hey were Mrs. Larry serving with the 479th )kir Police -~Clchildren Naida, Nan-squadron at George Air Force L ~bert from Ketchikan, Base, Victorville, Calif., has been ~ t~_rs. Pat Gilehrest and promoted to A/2c. A/2c Hutton ~ Chlleen, from Califor-works in the auto registration, It ~,.and Mrs. Bert Lund- pass and identification office. He and Mrs. Hutton with their small L~l~lray, Tommy and Ron. ~._$eattle; Mr. and Mrs. daughter Terry, are expected t~CCaulley of Auburn; home on furlough in a few weeks. "~rs. Lawton Lewis and The Albert Colstons have had I ~l'l'y All~n Wr~d~ri~le a lot of company this past week, :~cl D,:~,'~-'~"--~ ~:W~l;~,': Mr. and Mrs. Royal Hopkins of ~:l~s" ~"{'~r~'~'~a~u';le"'-' Kalispell, Mont, visited them, al- Kooe t Me y ~N~le~of Snohomish, and so calling on Mr. and Mrs. Roy "~h McCaullpv nf Seattle Thompson of R. 2, and Mr. and ~lgrandct~il(imissing was Mrs. Walter Utterberg and Mr. ~t~ank Riley, who is and Mrs. Kennetk~arran of Ev- ~