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TIlE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, JULY 9, !953. PAGE SEVEN Anne Meugniot Phone 152J1 Attends Cmnp C. Leach attended the Wmen's Camp at .Sid Sen on Lake Couer Idaho from Monday of last week. The speaker of the week Iary Houston, a mis- from her post in is ~ veteran of 23 work in China• Walker and Pat home Thursday lling week at Girls' llensburg. They were local unit of the Am- on Auxiliary• Thirty- from this area traveled tl bus from Everett and hundred in all attend- They were housed on the CWCE the meetings also Both girls enjoyed the in democratic gov- meeting girls from as well as the good ich celebrate¢l his av Tuesday after- !th, with a weiner zard of his home. The ajoyed the games, c supper and birth- were Danny Morris, ompson, Ronnie Os- W and Mike Wheeler, leford, Gary Jensen of d Bobby Leach. Mrs. I also was present• received from Stevie :thud of Hoquiam. vho helped Tonita Kil- rat her eighth birth- ay afternoon were Sharon Mullen, Janet and Janice Carlson, Lyn Paulette Frey. Also Tonitta's~ brothers Gregory. -end guest of the Bob Mrs. Leach's cousin ater, Texas, Dan E. is in the Coast Guard stationed in Seat- Mrs. Sophie Haasch of Enum- claw spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Metling. Mrs. Metling visited her daughter, Mrs. Robert Booth, in Seattle Tuesday and Wednesday• Mrs. Lynn Colby is delighted to have her grandson, Richard Haasch' and his family living near Arlington• Mr. Haasch, whose home is in Mukilteo, is now living near Edgecomb. Week-end guests of Mrs. Blanche Lane were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Reece and family of Darting- ton, Arnie Nurmo of Seattle, and Mrs. Clara Price of Everett. Other callers were Duane Clark of Fortson, Mrs. Lucy Marshall and the Jack Walkers. The Fourth of July luncheon at the Congregational chm'ch was very successful with about 180 people being served• VJeek-end guests of Mrs. Leslie Larson were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Williams and Mrs. D. Lane and children, all of Seattle• Mr. and Mrs. Doug .Pierson, Mr. and Mrs. Les Buell, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Real .and children were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Har- old Land Sunda on their boat Y ' MR. AND MRS. RICHARD CARLSON, wi~se wedding occurred the Kendenmar They spent the • at the First Methodist Church Arlington, June 10. , day cruising .inthe San Juan ' Ma chet .. . __ ...... Miss ~ ' ta Rosenbaeh, tsianas• .L . • kl~'7 ...... "aughter of Mr and Mrs E E Mr and Mrs Carl Euawic k~'bb'UUbl't(.b .... ..._ _" _ .. manef Rosenbaeh, and Richard Carlson.; spent meweek enoont~a , e_ ' • " .~. .-~... c~.~ ~--*~ran ounda- son of Mr. and Mrs A V/. Carl- " r Elar- 11 1~:::O~ltTl 11 Jk~tk t 1 1"~ J • . • ] Island with Mr. and M $: .~ I.~....~..,m ,,^~n ,~i, -nnual hie son, both of Arlington, were umt-~ e Blake and Mr aria Mrs r~r- ~.,u, w,. ,~,u ~.=,,, ~. enc .... ~..,~ .... c....n.., ~,,~,, ~2 at Schu's ea ~it marriage June 12 at 8:301 vin Ludwick .~ ~.o,,u,~, ~-~ ..... The WSCS• of the Methodist[Park, Lak,e.,Goodwin, imm.ediate~ P~urc2tn tAhrelinF{r~ Mt~th°edrieStI ~h;rchv~llm:::7ilheMrSn,~uV~y ~!@°¢~ieg!c~!~cili rb2i~:bi :°~yy:aSnPer~°~m~idobYhReefV~mC"] 15. • ' • fly The Arlington Home Demon-rain orshme. ....... - ..... li ........ I sfration club will have its annual~ Tne salem Lumeran EaGles White calla llles, orcnlfl iris,! pot-luck picnic at noon at thelAid met for their regular business and lupine were used to decorate homo of Mrs A.1 Blair in Monroe lmeeting in the Memorial Hall one ctmrch. Mrs. Thomas Terje- Ttl'ursday lu'lyrl6 ]last Wednesday afternoon. The son played the organ while the ' " candles were ligi]ted by Wesley July 19, after church. Lloyd M. Rogers Seaman USN, the president, Myrtle Stensaa the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ko~- and Mr,