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PAGE SIX THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1953. 1, e Mrs. Horace Enyeart, Injured Woman Carried from Hills Three rescue parties were sent out from the Ranger Station last Thursday and Friday to bring out a woman who had h broken an- kle. Mrs. Leonard Sullivan, of Se- attle, age 57, accompanied by her husband, and her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Blackburn, of Everett, had made a visit to a cabin, built by Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan while on their honeymoon 37 years ago, near the old Bornite Mine, in the vicinity of Windy Pass. During the intervening years Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan have spent many wedding anniversaries at the cabin. This was to have been their last trip in to the remote cabin. Mrs. Sullivan fell, about 3:30 p. m. on Thursday, breaking her right ankle. Mr. Blackburn made the trip out to get help and reached the Ranger Station be- tween 7, and 8 o'clock that even- ing. A party of eight men started out at about 10 p. m., and eight more left at 4 o'clock Friday morning. At 1 p. m. on Friday 12 more men left. It was necessary to carry Mrs. Sullivan 9 miles over a trail which had not yet been cleared of last winter's windfalls and brush. The party was met at the Clear Creek camp grounds at about 5:30 p. m. Fri- day by the Darrington ambu- lance, with Floyd Wright driving and Dale Kamm as the attend- ant. The injured woman was tak- en to the Darrington hospital and was then transferred to a Seattle ambulance and taken to Seattle. Last week's visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. L, How- ard and son Roscoe were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Welch and daughter, Ja- hie, of Wapato. The two Camilies and Mary Jane Miller spent from $uly 4th until July 6th on Samlsh island. Mr. and Mrs. Howard and Mr. and Mrs. "Johnie Mille~ vis, Red at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Smith and family of Swede Heaven, Sunday evening. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Horace En- yeart and family were Miss Don- ira Liddle, of Cicero, Mis Pauline Mueller, of Oso and Dave Spenc- er, of Trafton. The dinner was in honor of Lester Enyeart's nine- teenth birthday. Lester arrived home Thursday morning and will be here until July 20th. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Wells and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ashe and daughter Janet went to Verlot Sunday for a picnic. Miss Deanna Wells, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Wells is visiting her aunt in Palo Alto, Calif. Miss June Ashe, Miss Delores Wells, Morris Willis and Jack Butler drove around the Moun- tain Loop road Sunday and had a picnic. There will be a baptism service during the 8 o'clock s~rvice next Sunday evening at the Baptist 'church. Dr. H. L. Caldwell of Seattle preached at the Bap.tist church Sunday at the morning service. He was accompanied by Mrs. Caldwell and friends. Last week's visitors ~,t the homes of Mr. and Mrs. John Bates and family and Mr. and Mrs. Or- ville Pollard and family were Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Glandon and daughters of Los Palos, Calif. They also visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. t~otlard of R. 3 Arlington. Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bates were Mr. and Mrs. Farris Bates and fam- lly of Halterman Spur. They all enjoyed a fried chicken dinner in honor of the birthday of Carl and Mark, sons of the Farris Bates. and Mrs. Jess Bondurante, return- ed from a two weeks visit to Yaki- ms, Monday, and broke his left arm Tuesday. Week-end visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bullen and d&ughter Barbara were Mr. and M~. E. V. Thurlow and Mrs. Charlene Graham and son, all of Seattle. They spent Saturday at the Sloan Creek camp ground. Visiting at the home of Mr. and Ralph Collins and daughter Marjorie is Miss Susan McCrack- en of Arcata, Calif. Susan is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Uorace ~Oraeken, who formerly resided in Darrington. She arrived Satur- day evening. On Sunday, they alli went to the Zenith Home for aged to attend a picnic. YC_rs. Ed. Hunter, Sr., is spend. i~g a ~few days in Everett, visit. lug. Wedding Bells For Patsy Fae Smith Miss Patsy Fae Smith, daugh- ter of Mrs. Cliff Miller, of Arl- ington, R. 3, and Mr. Wayne G. Woods, son of Mr. and Mrs. Os- car Wood, of Darrington, were united in marriage by Roy. Char- lie Brown, Saturday night at the Baptist church. The bride looked very lovely in her white baller. ina length gown and tiny half hat and veil. She wore a white carnation Corsage and walked up the aisle on the arm of her step- father, Cliff Miller. Her two little sisters Linda and Judy scattered rose petals along the aisle. The bridesmaid, Miss Jean Haga, wore a pink gown and a white carna. tion corsage. Miss Carole Smoke, friend of the bride wore a blue dress and a white carnation cor- "age. She san~ "Because," with Mrs. James Anderson accompany- ing on the piano. Mr. Weldon 3chuler. was best man. The two mothers were dressed in blue and wore pink carnation cor- sages. A reception followed immedi- ately in the church basement. Carole Smoke was in charge of the guest book and Jean Haga the gifts. Mrs. Elmer Wood cut and served the beautiful wedding cake and Miss Lucy Wrage, of Arlington, poured. Mrs, Clare Le Mae of Granite Falls took mov- ing pictures and Elmer Wood, Cliff Miller and Mrs. Horace En- yeart took flash pictures. , The newly married couple will f hake their h2me in Darrington for a short tirfl~ Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Freese and family and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kenoyer spent the week-end in Bellingham. They picked up their son, Arthur, who had been visit- ing at the Wood}' Dasch home near Anacortes, and left son Law- rence. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Strotz of Arlington, at their cabin at Lake Goodwin. Last week's visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Doan and son Tommy were Mrs. Jean- ette Baunsgard of Marysville, from Friday until Tuesday ar/d Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Moskeland and family of Marysville and Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Moskeland and fam- ily of Port Orchard, from Friday qntil Sunday. Tommy Doane silent from Tuesday until Friday visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Moskeland and ~ family. Visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Faucett last week were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hollander md two daughters Dorothy and Mary Elizabeth of Port Townsend. Also on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dare and two laughters of Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Garton, Mr. :rod Mrs. Dale Kamm and daugh- er Paula, and Mrs. George New- man and three daughters, Shar- )n, Nancy and Joan spent Sunday ~t Lake Goodwin and had a pic- niCivIr, and Mrs. Harry Gladsjo and sons spent Sunday at Forest Park in Everett. Thursday dinner guests at the .ome of Mr. and Mrs. Vie Gil- mour were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Holeomacher of Seattle. After dinner they went for a drive tc ~ee some of the scenery. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Donaldson Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Phillips and hildren and Mr. and Mrs. Burke Henson attended a picnic Sunday at the Zenith Home for the aged. They saw Mrs. Clara Randall, ~ormerly of Darrington. An overnight guest at the.home of Mr. and Mrs. Ferman Henson and family on Tuesday was Mr. George Campbell, of Seattle. Miss Jean Haga visited with her sister Helena in Seattle frown Wedding Set for July 25 Gerald Paul and Miss Helen Mahlum will be married at the Lutheran church in Arlington on July 25th. The wedding and re- ception following are open to all their friends. Visit Vancouver Island Mr. and Mrs. Vance Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Norton and son Jerry and Hugh Blaine all went to Birch Bay for lunch Tuesday. After lunch they went to Horse- shoe Bay and then by boat to Na-. nairrm, drove to Victoria, where family on Friday were Mr. and Mrs. John Ruskowski of Detroit, Mich., for a visit. The two men are brothers. George Newman, a newcomer to Darrington, received a tele- gram Tuesday morning that his father, William Newman, had been killed at Brookings, Ore. Mr. Newman left Tuesday even- ing to attend the funeral which was held at Grants Pass, Satur- day morning. He has not yet re- turned home. His wife and three daughters remained in Darring- ton. Return from California. Chauncey Tollenaar and fam- ily and Martin Tollenaar, Sr., ar- rived home Sunday from San Di- ego. Mrs. Tollenaar and children had been visiting relatives and had planned to return home by bus when Chauncey won the Pon- tiac given away at the Timber Bowl. He and his father drove the new car down to get the famlly.i Charles Tollenaar, son of 1V~r.i and Mrs. Martin Tollenaar, St. left Seattle Friday by plane to re- turn to San Francisco where he i I enjoying a picnic. Visiting from Friday until Sun. day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Walters and family were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cornell and three children of Springfield, Ore. They brought Mrs. Walters' son Curtis up to spend "the summer. Jack Welsh, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Welsh will be working at the Miners' Ridge lookout sta- tion for the rest of the summer. Mrs. Pearl Wilson fell at her home on June 28th and was in- jured. She spent several days in Miss Colleen Adams, daughter at Woodland Park in Seattle ann of Mrs. Milton McCaulley, spent last week visiting her uncle George Adams at Hermosa Point. Mr. and Mrs. Bueal Forrester and Mr. and Mrs. George Browm went to Hope Island for a smor- gasbord dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Baldwin and children went to Diablo Darn Sunday and report a marvelous time. Visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Olson and fam- ily this week is Miss Judy Glad of Everett. Judy's mother and brother Donald are expected to come up Wednesday. The Olson family spent the Fourth of July week-end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coonc and family at Concrete. Last week's visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Paul and son Gerry were Mr. and Mrs. John Paul and family of White Fish, Mont., Mrs. Ray Klem and daughter of White Fish, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Paul and daughter of Tacoma, and Mr. and Mrs. Doug Wicken of Hazel, also Mr. Bill i Bastle of Wapato. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Paul return- ed home Tuesday from a two week's trip to Montana, Idaho and Oregon visiting friends and relatives. [ Sunday visitors at the home of] Mr. and Mrs. August PetersonI were Mr. and Mrs. L. R. DixonI and family of Seattle. The Peter-I son's little granddaughter Patty1 returned home with her parents. ] i Visiting at the home of Mr. and l i Mrs. Lloyd Phillips and family on !Tuesda~ and Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. Norman Waterman and daughter Mary Ann of Ever- ett. Sharon Phillips went home with the visitors for a couple of days. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Bilstin and two children of Edge- water were visitors. Mrs. Fred Rensink gave a par- ty for the Pentecostal Young Peo- ple at her home Saturday night. Pienid dinner guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs. N. C. Rid- dle and family on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. August Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Dixon and family of Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Riddle and Mr. and Mrs. Doy Riddle drove Dr. and Mrs. H. L. Caldwell and Thursday until Friday. friends, of Seattle, called Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hilton, Jr., to Sumner ~uesday night to see day afternoon, and daughter Elaine and Mrs.lthe two men's brother, who had Mrs. Harold Bennett and Mrs. Bob Hilton, Sr., spent the week.[just flown in from Florida. They Audrey Crawford, of Everett left end in Seattle visiting at the[re[urned the same night. for Oklahoma last week to visit home of Mrg. Orpha Chase andI Mrs. Hazel Jasper spent Satur- relatives. They plan to be gonei also going to the beach. [day and Sunday in Tacoma and about four weeks. Friday afternoon visitors at the[Shelton. ~ niece and husband Sonny Bondurante, son of Mr. home of Mrs. S~lvia Hollings-[Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Elson, of attended a picnic with Mrs. Wright's relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Bruseth and Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Orberg went to Mr. Baker Lodge Sunday. They re- turned the same night. Mrs. Bru- seth's mother, Mrs. Laura Falk of Seattle, is coming up Tuesday for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Faulkner and two sons Donald and David and the Misses Josephine and Joanne Hollingsworth spent Fri- day night camping out at Bedal camp grounds. Saturday morning Mrs. Faulkner and two sons and Josephine hiked in to Goat Lake to visit Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Mc- Arthur and daughter Marlene and Mr. and Mrs. AI. Symlngton and two children Karen and Al- len, who were camping out. They returned home the same day. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon McAr: thur and daughter, Mr. and.Mrs. AI. Symington and family, and Mr. Bob Howe hiked in to Goat Lake Thursday and camped out until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Al. Symington and family have moved from Se- attle to the Stillaguamish coun- try club as their permanent home. SWIMMING CLASSES BEGIN JULY 22 Swimming instructions will be- gin Wednesday, July'22 at 2 p. m. until 5 p. m. for beginners and advanced. Any 5-year-aids want- ing to take lessons may do so with the 6 and 7 year olds from 2 to 3 p. m. Eight to 9 year olds from 3 to 4; 10, 11, 12 years from 4 to 5. Any teenager wanting les- sons to swim call 674 before Ju- ly 22nd. The charge will be $1.00 for a period of 2 weeks daily ex- cept Saturday and Sunday. Spe- cial rates for any family having Borseths Return Rev. and Mrs. O. I. Borseth re turned home from their vacation trip in California July 10th. The Borseths report a fine vacation with their daughter, Mrs. L. L. Russell, of Vista, Calif., also with Mrs. George Gronstal of North Hollywood, Mrs. Borseth's sister, and her four sons and their fam- worth and family were Mrs. Tom Burris and Mrs. C. T. Heritage; of Seattle. Mrs. Hollingsworth and son Calvin accompanied the visitors to Faber Ferry, where Calvin is visiting his aunt, Mrs. S. F. Hockett. Mrs. Hollingsworth continued to Concrete, where she spent the week-end with her aunt Mrs. H. A, Bronson. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Hunter, Jr., and sons spent the week-end on Can-,ano Island at the summer home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wil. liams of Arlington. Sunday visitors at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Elige Mathis and Mr. 'and Mrs. Frank Mathis and family were Mr. and Mrs. Talmage Mathis "and family of Everett. Mrs. Frank Lock entertained the Bridge Club at her home on Tuesday. Complete L ne Pints. Quarts. Chicken md Turkey Sizes. Pints, Quarts and Half Gallons SPECIAL ON QUARTS, While They l~t .......................... Doz. Shelton brought her home. Mr. and Mrs. Al. Howard and family returned home Sunday evening from a week's trip to Yellowstone and Salt Lake City. .Their two boys stayed in Coeur 'd Alene, Idaho, with Mr. How. ard~s folks. Fourth of July week-end visit. ors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Ireland were MJ:s. Ireland's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clare Thomas of Ellensburg. They all went on a camping trip. Mrs. Gone Hooper and sons at- tended the Little League base- ball game in Marysville Satur- day. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lemmon and family spent last week at Birch Bay. While there, they were join- ed by Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Lem- man and son of Seattle, who spent a part of the week with them. Visiting over the week-end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Sawyer and family was Mr. Chris Larsen of Anacortes. Visiting at the home of Mr. land Mrs. Hal Ensley and sons are Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Ensley of Sylva, North Carolina. Last week's visitors at the home of Mrs. Sam Strata and son Jimmie were Mrs. Bertha Johnson of Ryle, Calgary, Canada from Thursday until Saturday and Mr. and Mrs. M. Carl of Everett for over the week-end. Little Charlyne Perry celebrat- ed her first birthday with a par- ty at the home of her grandpar- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Un- derwood, last Thursday. Those attending the party were Mr. and Mrs. Riley Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Morgan and family and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Danielson and son. LOCKERS AVAILABLE ARLINGTON MODERN COLD STORAGE Phone 324 flies. The Gronstals took them out to points of interes~nearly every day. The Bor~eths' daughter also made it nice'for them by taking them over to San Diego on July 3rd to see the great United States Naval t~ase. From there they drove over to Tin Juana, Mexico which was of great interest to them. On July 4th they went to the San Diego county fair. This was an outstanding county fair. Just to see the display of flow- ers alone, was worth the price paid at the gate, they report. The weatherman was good to them the days they stayed in Califor- nia. Nevertheless he got them the day they'left for the north. Be- tween Riverside and Fresno the temperature was between 103 and 107. Mrs. Borseth was sick for three days, but recuperated and enjoyed the visit. There will be a quarterly bus- iness meeting Saturday, July 18 at 8 p. m. at the Baptist church. Tommy J(llen Injured Tommy Allen was taken to the Arlington hospital Tuesday in the ambulance, with a throat injury. Mr. Allen was tightening the binder on a load of logs when the arm of the binder came loose and struck him on the throat causing a very bad bruise and a blood clot. He was working for J. W. Cloer near Squire Creek. Mr. Allen is married and has one child. He wishes to thank the fire department fo rthe trip in the ambulance. The ambulance was driven by Ed. 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Test Drive F.C.~ Picnic Honors Visitors A picnic was given at the home LA of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Welsh Mrs. Hilde. and son Jack, Wednesday even. Phone 2117 ing in honor of Mrs. Dorina Me- Mrs. Lottie Alstrom i Dowell and her sister, Mrs. Eva week-end with Mrs. Ire Frye, of Salinas, Calif. Other at Anacortes. guests at the picnic were Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Har0I! Mrs. Roy Wolfe, Mr. and Mrs. and family of Marys'~ Harry Butler, Mrs. Sam Strata, Saturday evening calle Mr. and Mrs. Ward Woodward, George i~auch home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Engles and daughter Elaine and Mrs. Pam- Dr. and Mrs. D. D. Fd ella Keenan. The evening was ~verett were Monday spent visiting. Mrs. McDowell and dinner guests of the Mrs. Frye left Saturday to return sews. to their home. W.J. Morrison, Mrs. Johnston and son Mrs. Tom Lewis and children Mr. and Mrs. Ira Smith, spent last week at Skykomish, week-end east of the where Mr. Lewis is employed, where they visited dam and other points The Dorcas Sewing ALL KINDS OF meet at Mrs. home on Tuesday, Visitors of Mr. and Hanson on Sunday Mrs. G. Johnson and Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. born and Mr. and Hilde and family. Miss Susan Johnson her home last week, ART BROWNLOW-- CEDO-CO. MILL PHONE 1674 ing a few weks with son. Arlington ~ELL IT--If you have of furniture, no[ In Times classified ad. SURE When you have our policy of TITLE on your home or other land, you can be surf# 1. That the records have been examined carefully. 2. That you are insured against loss up to full amount of the policy if your title ever attacked. 3. That we are financiaUy able to pay any covered by the policy. Insist upon title protection by us. Sn0h0mish County Title Company ARTHUR A. 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