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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1953. PAGE THREE OSO Mrs. Nellie George, correspondent. REUNION that the Fourth is ovel our thoughts to school reunion It is not an invita- all are invited, but OUncing the affair have to distant ones or to think do not get our Arl- All local folks are invited, regardless they hear about be a good place to re-i uaintance and school your presence is an- C'ffig U August 9th. [ ~ATHERING : WHITMANS of Mr. and Mrs. L. was a happy scene when son Le- was up for the and Winona and fami- of Klabor vis- Past week when as a Mr. Whitman's brother and family, of Yakima, ~0m a trip to Missou- a sister, Mrs. Elsie on her first trip. On all left for their Klabor and Se- FRED J. JENNER 60TH ANNIVERSARY happy occasion last relatives came to day with Mr. and Mrs. her and to honor them Wedding. Those with them were and family, Mr. and Jenner, and daugh- and Margaret, Jenner and Susan, a :, Mrs. Chas. Wasson, and a sister, Mrs. Foster and and two brothers and and Mrs. Wilbur Jen- Mr. and Mrs. Walter ~nd a friend, Mrs. Geo. also several nieces and In the afternoon many hout the county greet them. A big event was the model- gown of 50 years Melvin Jenner. Mrs. Clayton Turnip- were Sunday ev- with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Jasper Stephen- Fay, Fern and Spent the 4th with Mr. Pred Bruns at the cot- Island. Mrs. Vincent Aldridge lter Della of Everett, lay visitors with the 'Y family. ~av the Chenier sisters, former residents but now of Salinas, ed on Mrs. John Cole. came up from )ital in Portland for Bradley family spent the Lake Cavanaugh were joined later in the "Dutch" Krause Marshall, the Mar- the Homer Mathis' and the George Ander- evening they enjoyed )lay of fireworks all ~:e, Mrs. Raymond Tungate ay drove to Kelso over Y and visited the Stru- Mrs Struby is the for- 's Fry an aunt to l~rs. *on returned here Mon- .a long visit in Califor- his son Obert and fam- rt Leo brought him up Sluman family of Ev- Week-end visitors with ts, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. ~t rson was in the Ev. de playing her accor- the Thorlakson Ac- ranaders. rcer of Oregon came eek-end ~to ]ore his Lo had been visiting the s and Ostroms for sev- .All left for home on Its. Mercer is a sister tom brothers and Mrs. ~eMars. Bob Smith and . attle visited Mr. and Vickstrom over the hol- iad Bonnie Thompson came last week to al days at the home tndparents, Mr. and :nights. that all committees ~ 1 reunion meet July ocal club room. HEIGHTS r. . llhs Hilde, corr. U.5. 150 Mile Highwgy Under Coostruction The first paved eoast-to.coasl highway north of the Panama Caz~l Zone is being constructed between the Mexican ports of Salln~ Cruz on the Pacific and Coatz~eoalcos on the Gulf of Mexico. Only 150 miles across at that point, a8 seen iD the above m~p, the isthmtm of Tehuantepec will be spanned In three hours by auto- mobiles aad trucks. The highway will be v~lu~ble in the event of war Ls an AtlanUe-Pacifle link. Heavy troplc~l ralnfall made eonstruetlon of special culverts and dralns a n~ty. /i~-xico has invested $6,000,000 in the highway wbioh l~rallels a r~II.ro~l built ~'lier. VICTORIA Mrs. Lynn Danielson, correspondent. House guests at the Georg, 3aldwin home are Mrs. Baldwin's mother, Mrs. S. R. English and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ahlstr0m and family of Alberta. Mrs. Ahl- strom and Mrs. Baldwin are sisters. Additional Alberta guests on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Smiley and family and the Howard Smileys of Marysville. Also, on Friday the Baldwins had as guests Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Arthur of Lavoy and Miss Blanche Morden of Chilliwack B.C. Friday afternoon visitors at th~ Pigort home were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Holman and children and Mrs. Ware. On Sunday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Fulfs of Bryant visited with Mr. and Mrs. Pigort. Steven and Roxie Schei (the Alfred Schei children) attended a birthday party Wednesday afternoon for Kathy Pryor at her home in Norman Sunday guests at the Kuhn- hausen home were Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Olander of Arlington and Mr. and Mrs. Angus McDon. ald of Everett. Wednesday evening guests at the Erling Brekhus home werei Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Backlund ofl Everett. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kuhnhausen were guests of their son Bob and family at their cottage at Maple Grove on Independence Day. The Erling Brekhus family spent the holiday picnicking with the An- drew Brekhtts family at Utsalad- dy. Others in the group were the John Brekhus, Bob Arnsteads and Ed. Backlunds. Several from the community seemed to have Cicero-Trafton [ Mrs. Iver Engstrom[ Phone 301J4 ' [ Mrs. Frank McElligott (Flor. .nee Swanson) and three children from Portland, Ore., have been vaeationip4~at the Geo. Swan- sons dutifig the past two weeks. Mr. McElligott is flying up Fri- day to join them for the week- end, after which they will be leaving for home. Florence re- ports that her uncle, John Nel- son, has built up a fine business with his automatic laundry in Portland and is doing real well. He makes his home with them. The Conrad Seastroms have just added a very pretty orna- mental iron railing to their front steps. The railing was made and installed by Oscar Engstrom, of Seattle. Friday evening, July 3, Miss Hazel Gates, daughter of Mrs. Mary Gates, and Mr. John Camp- bell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Campbell, of Seattle, were unit- ed in marriage at the Olympic View Community church, in Seat- tle. The church sanctuary was beautifully decorated with white gladioli and candles. Miss Joann Frank, of Spokane, sang "Be- cause," "With This Ring I Thee Wed," and "The Lord's Prayer." The bride, given away by her uncle, Mr. Matt A. Soper, wore a ballerina-length gown of ivory tulle, with an ivory nylon jacket appliqued with white lace. Her veil was elbow-length and held in place by a Juliet cap, which was outlined with seed pearls. The bride carried her Grandmoth- er Soper's ivory and satin wed- ding fan, upon which was set a small bouquet of white orchids been in Arlington the Fourth to and Stephanotis. see the parades and other at- Miss Mary Louise Soper, cousin tractions. Among those we saw of the bride, was maid of honor. were the Harry Hansens, Ray She was dressed in a coral color- Kappells, James Holbecks, Oliver bd dress and carried a colonial Scheis, O. Swanson, L. Danielson,,bouquet of flame colored gladio. Almer Larsons, Jack Anderson,loll and wore a crown of buds, the Wrights, Oscar Scheis, Alfred[same color, in her hair. The two Scheis, and Tom Bradleys. Dur-[bridesmaids, Miss Beryl Camp- ing the evening at various places I bell, sister of the groom, and Miss in the community different fire-[Joann Dilworth, of Seattle, wore works displays were noticed, l identical dresses to that of the The Lynn Danielsons were[maid of honor, only in blue, and guests of the Elmer Norgaards[ carried and wore peach colored of Cedarhome for fireworks dis-[gladoila. " plays as were also Mr. and Mrs.] The groom was attended by Mr. C. L. Danielson and Cliff, Mr.[Sidney Iverson, of Seattle, as best and Mrs. Vic Danielson, the Os-[man. The ushers and candle car Sundbergs, the Davenport[lighters were Mr. John Iverson familys and several youngsters. ]and Mr. George Sjaastad also of Mrs. Dora Erickson and Mr.[Seattle. and Mrs. Lynn Danielson and[ For her daughter's wedding, Doris attended a very nice gold-[Mrs. Gates wore a rose colored en wedding ,per/ house for Mr.[lace gown with matching hat. and Mrs. Iver Aulbu of East Stan-] The groom's mother wore mauve !wood Sunday aftdrnoon put on]colored taffeta with a matching by their ehildren, they being both ] lace bolero jacket and white hat from this vicinity and Southland aeeessories. Both mothers Dakota. [wore baby rose eorsages. o .[ Following the ceremony, a re- I : ET: HELL [[ception was held in the church I ~r x_J I/parlors. Aunts of the bride assist- [ Mrs. Willis Hilde, corr. ][ed. Mrs. Matt A. Soper poured [ Telephone 2117 ][and Mrs. Edward W. Soper cut ! |~and served the wedding cake. Mr. and Mrs. George Wiggins/Miss Jeri Calkins, of Yakima, and celebrated the 4th at Lake Shoe- Miss Jeekie Reichter of Puyallup craft with friends and relatives, served punch. Mrs. Florence Mr. and Mrs. Sam DockendorflLindstrom of Seattle had charge are selling their home and mov- of the guest book. ing into Everett. Mrs. Doekerttiorf For going away, Hazel wore a is staying with her daughter, beige silk and orlon sheath dress Mrs. Boomer, at present, with bolero jacket and matching Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Haaland en- accessories. For their honeymoon,, tertained a group of relatives the couple left on a camping and[ and friends at their home on the sight seeing trip in the Snake l 4th of July. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lindborg River country. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell are )hone 2117 and Mr. and Mrs. Jaak Lindborg aunity club will hok motored to Mt. Vernon on Sunday Friday night, July to spend the day. Steckelberg home. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bosworth JohnSon returned and-Betty spent the 4th in Ever. the hospital on Mon- ett. Betty came home from Seat. tle. to spend the week-end. ~f friends gathered at Dr. and Mrs. Schnepper and Hetgeland home the Douglas visited with Mr. and the 4th, where they Mrs. Willis Hilde on Monday ev- and lunch to- ening. included, Mr. and The Getehell Home Demonstra- ~rtis and children of tion club will hold their annual and Mrs. Clayton picnic at Leonard park on Sun- r. and Mrs. Robert day, July 12, with lunch being of Tacoma, Mr. and served at 12. Everyone briIlg a and chil-basket of fried chicken, salad and Mr. and Mrs. :qe. Coffee and ice cream will be man and Lynette. furnished. ub will meet with Mr. and Mrs. A. Naylor, of on July 15. Arlington, called on Mr. and Mrs. will be served. Russ Hunter on Sunday. Richard Haaland spent the week-end at his home [[! I~ Ernest Esperson of Warm Beach will be guest speakers at K llll ~II al I~ the Getchell Community church on Sunday evening, July 12: HARDWARE Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Olcott and Judy were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Hilde on Sat. I urday. both seniors at the University of Washington and expect to make their home in Seattle while corg- pleting their last year. Others attending the wedding .from Arlington were: Mr. and Mrs. D. T. J. Ball, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Warburton, Mr. Edward S. Soper, Mr. Donald Kemf, Mr. An- dy Kemf, and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Anderson, of Oso. 0 RUBBER STAMPS ARLINGTON PTG. CO., PH. 493 Dr. W. Glen Bithr OPTOMETRIST 310 Olympic Arlington, Wash. - sours - Phone 9:30 a.m. ~o 5:30 p.m. Closed Tuesdays 3131 Evenings by Appoinlmeht Ebey-Lake Riley Terry Bunten, corr. Phone 307W2 Mr. and Mrs. W. J Woll mad, business trip to Bellingham Tuesday. They stopped also at Lake Samish to visit their daugh- ter Ann and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Coleman. Recent visitors at the Woll home were Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Swanson and family of Cicero. Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Williamson are the proud parents of a baby girl. The little Miss arrived Wednesday, July 1st to join a lit- tle brother. Mrs. Williamson's mother, Mrs. Coates of Seattle is taking care of her and the new baby~ Mrs. W. Bunten made a busi- ness trip to Everett Monday. Visited a few minutes with Mrs. Kitchen the 4th in Arling- ton. She just arrived home from her trip east. She was glad of the cool weather here as it had turn- ed very hot in the states she had visited. Mrs. John Woillard brought her mother, Mrs. Theresa Neely home from Rest Haven in Mt. Vernon for a visit. Mrs. Ole Locken is slowly re- covering from a recent operation. She is able to be up and around now. Fireman and Mrs. Ed. Philips of the Naval Radio Base at Jim Creek are the proud parents of a little son born Thursday, June 2 at the" Naval Infirmary at Whidby Island. The little fellow weighed in at 7 lbs. 3 oz. Mr. and Mrs. Christian enjoyed a crab fishing trip to Marshes Point "near Anacortes recently. Orvid Swearengin has been transferred from the Castle In- dustries at Paine Field to the Ar- lington plant, and started Mon- day to work here. Makes a little shorter trip for him now each day. Mrs. Geo. C. Dietz of Lake Riley attended the Golden Wedd- ing anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jenner at Oso Sunday, July 5th. Col. Geo. Dietz and son of Seat- tle came up to visit over the week-end with the Colonel's mother, Mrs. Dietz. Mr. and Mrs. J Barrett were week-end visitors at the Del Waugh home. Mrs. Barrett is Mrs. Waugh's sister. The Waugh children spent the past week with their grandparents and other relatives in Seattle. Miss IneZ Aiken of seattle is spending her two weeks vacation here with her friend, Mrs. Bass- ford. , , Folks that s the sun you see shining these days. Sure looks good. Now for the hay making and swimming and fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rogers came from Seattle to spend the week- end with Mrs. Roger's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Carey and the Rogers boys at Lake Riley. On Sunday Mrs. Margaret Dale and Mrs. Walter Maloney and Kathy Ann drove up to help Mrs. Rogers and Mr. Carey celebrate their birthdays also a belated wedd- ing anniversary for Mr. and Mrs. Carey, also a belated Father's day for Mr. Carey. Dr. Walter Moloney finished LAKEWOOD Mrs. Hilde, corr. Phone 2117 FRANK GORDON HERZ LEAVES FOR ARMY SERVICE Frank Gordon Herz, son of Mr and Mrs. Stephen Herz, has fin- ished his basic training at Fort Lewis. He left on July 3 for New Jbrsey, where he will report be. fore being shipped to Austria for further service. Frank graduated from the Arlington High School in 1951 and was a member of the F. F. A. He was married last Feb- ruary to Marguerite Roth, of Marysville ttis sister, Mrs. Burke Heaton held a farewell party in his honor at her home on Sunday, June 28. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Scott spent the 4th of July at Camano Island with Mr. and Mrs. Hal Norrie. Mrs. Clifford Bjorn and chil- dren, Ardetta and Johnny return- ed on Tuesday from a 3 weeks trip to Brockett, N. Dakota, where she visited her mother, Mrs. An- na Sundeen and other relatives and friends. Mrs. Walter Morten and Mrs. William Hasko were co-hostesses at a stork shower in honor of Mrs. Richard Cardinal at the Wil. liam Hasko home on Tuesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Tate and Nancy and Stanley, together with Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bjorn, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bjorn and children and Mrs. Laura Thomas, enjoyed a buffet luncheon at the War- ren Perrigo home in Arlington on the 4th. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hart and daughter Marilyn spent a few days last week vacationing at Portland and Grand Coulee. A number of little friends help- ed Buddie Albin celebrate his 4th birthday at-the Gerald Albin home on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Pat Lucken and Mr. and Mrs Don Wallace and children spent the holiday week-end with the Wm. Haskos. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Dunn were supper guests of the Art McGrews at Getchell on Sunday evening. Betty and Elaine Olson accom. panied their uncle Emil, Iverson to Everett to attend the cole- bration on the 4th. Mr. and Mrs. George Siegel and family spent the 4th in Stanwood his internship at Harbor View hospital in Seattle July 1st and left July 3rd for six weeks train- ing in medicine at Gunther Air Force Base, Alabama. He receiv- ed his commission Lt. 1. C. be- fore he left. After the six weeks are up he will be stationed at Larsen Field, Moses Lake, Wash- ington, where Mrs. Moloney and Kathy Ann will join him. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wester and children, Gloria, Sharon and Bil- ie and Nancy Eidemiller all of Seattle spent the week-end with Mrs. Wester's' mother, Louise Wallitner and sister Mrs. Fred Wester at the Wallitner and Wester homes, i Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Senell ofI California, Hilda West and Mrs.[ Wnner of Mr. Vernon, Jackie and[ Bobble Rued were guests over the I week-end at the Chas. Lawson l home. l and Arlington. II SHCtULTES [ The 1st Lutheran ladies' aid l[ will meet on Thursday, July 16 [ at 8 p. m. in the social hall. There Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jaeobus will be a "Life Membership and and children of Des Moines, spent In Memoriam" program. Hostes-[Julv 4th with Mrs Evel,,n D-a,~k ses are Mrs. Thins Bjorn, Mrs. .~ .-. "_. " . -~" Olaf Bjorn and Mrs. Harold Bjorn. Mr. ano ~rs. Elmer Lue~en Mr. and Mrs. Norman Jonson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ar- and three sons, of Seattle, called at the William Hasko home on Sunday. July 27 is the date set for the annual birthday party given by the 1st Lutheran Ladies' Aid. Week-end guests at the AI. Freestad home were Mrs. Free- stad's brother, Ed. Hendrickson and wife, and Mr. and Mrs. Ba. bette and two children of Ta- coma. O SELL H--If you h~ve any artieh of furniture, not in use, try Times elassified ad. ne Kolster and family celebrated the 4th with a picnic at Wenberg park. Mr. and Mrs. George Ran- dal and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. ]ack Gjovaag and family spent the evening at the Kloster home. Mrs. Evelyn Dudek and Mrs. B. C. Dudek were luncheon guests of: Mrs. Bruce Cunningham at Lowell on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lueken vis- ited friends at Yakima last week. o Use Times classitled ads ..- busy, effective salesmen. I i just @hy should a necessity of modern life---the telephone--be subject to Federal/ x#ry excise tax which are higher than the taxes on products accepted as actual luxuries. Your local telephone service carries a Federal tax of 15%. Long Distances calls costing over 2~c am taXed at' the rate of 25%. Other forms of telephone service are taxed from 8% to 25%. You~ telephone company only acts as a collector for these taxes--at its own expense. These excise taxes are in addition to the Federal corporation income taxes and other taxes which the telephone company pays to the government. As time goes on, it becomes more apparent that this situation is unfair to telephone users--and there- fore to most Americans. Your Congressman will appreciate your views and ideas on this excess tu. - tion of a necessity. Write him, as others are doing, urging immediate revision of the taxes on telephone service. Powerglide* brings you flew high-comPression power and a wonderful gain .in economy, too. In gearshift models you will find the advanced high-compression 108-h.p. "Thrift-King" engine. . IN SMOOTH, SIMPLE AUTOMATIC DRiVING--Expect faster getaway with Powerglide's new automatic starting and passing range.., and new economy, too. Chevro- let's new Power Steering* takes over 80 per cent of the work of steering, makes parking unbelievably easy. . IN ECONOMY AND VALUE--Now, you'll get many more miles out of every gaUon of gasoline. You'll save on over-all operation and upkeep, too. Yet Chevrolet remains the lowest-priced line in the low.price field. . IN AMERIC, A'$ FAVOR--Again this year-as in ex~ery single postwar year--more people arc buying Chevrolets than any other car. In fact, latest official registration figures show that Chevrolet is over 25% ahead Of the second-place car. Nearly 2 million more people now drive Chevrolets than any other make. The tbriltlsll ~L "'Two-Te~" $-de~" a~loa. With 3 wear new mrie~, C~- r*ld *gt~ ~ widest ~:bei~ ef med~ *Optional at' extra cost. Combination of Powerglide automatic transmission and ll5-h.p. "Blue-Flame" engine available on "Two-Ten" and B~I Air models only. Power Steering available on all models. MORE PEOPLE BLIW CHEVRoLETS THAN ANY OTHER CARl PHONE 871 - ARLINGTON, WASH. I