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HEARD ABOUT TOWN Mrs. Ruth M. Headley -- Phone GE S-2064 Willican Strotz 19, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Unrau departed via the GN on the trip which was ::them to Germany for in 40 years. In they took a sight- later enjoying a the night at hotel. Th next sailed on the USS the largest luxury liner ever Arriving in Germany on went to Husum a brother. From Went to Ostenfeld to father, Claus Peter- other brothers and weeks were spent three being cold of the time was aleswig-Holstein, in a district with grain Mr. Strotz tells modern machinery methods now as we have here. Also milk cows, beef cat- sheep. Everyone to last in fact the for 50cA of the apartments of 4 Surprise Party A surprise party was held at the home of Mrs. William Strotz on July 8 in observance of her birthday. The afternoon was spent informally and re- freshments were served to: Mines. Olive Kraetz, Margaret Jackson, Katie Lorenzen, Elsie Mullins, Jennie Sheldon, P. W. Van Assche, Anna Unrau, Dar. lene Strotz and Karen, Nancy Matthiesen and daughters Kar- la, Cindy and Susan, Ruth Schei and Linda, and the hen. oree. That evening Mr. and Mrs. Pete Petersen, Wilbur Strotz and Katie Lorenzen were guests. On Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Anna Lorenzen and Mrs. Mary Ann Kister and daughter Karen of Conway were guests. Honor New Pastor The Rev. and Mrs. Robert Miller, new pastor of the As- sembly of God Church, were honored with a dinner at Frontier Village on Sunday, July 7, when the church Board entertained, hosts being Walter Holmstad, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Chrisman and Mr. and Mrs. Don Hutton. Other guests were the Rev. and Mrs. Carlsor and daughter of Seattle and Mrs. Willa Frazier of the Northwest District office, Kirk- ]and. At the morning service in the local church, the Rev are being built to Carlson, district superintendent, critical housing installed the Rev. Mr. Miller. all houses have On Thursday night there will be families, or more. a special gathering for the have modern CA's and the pastor extends a conveniences. Re- welcome to all CA's to join in the U. S. on the SS this program instituted for the June 17, the travel- young people. The regular in New York on prayer meeting will be held on where they Saturday evening. Mississippi to visit Unrau's daughter Mr. and Mrs. Guests of Rev. and Mrs. Mil- holston. Sight. ler at the parsonage on Thurs- southern states day were Mr. and Mrs. Earl The cotton crop Nordberg of Yakima and Sun- to bloom looked day guests were Mr. and Mrs. and they saw soy Robert Richards. The Millers rice growing. At- were dinner guests of Mr. and on July 6 they Mrs. Don Kiesser on Monday the GN depot in night. families. The Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kluin re'- that turned July 8 from a trip to but it is California, with stops made in home again! Oakland and Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Yeager were visited in San Gabriel and they also were guests of Mr. and Parsons, with Mrs. Clarence Hutton and tam. co-hostess, en- fly at Anaheim. They toured her home on Wed- Knotts Berry Farm and other with a stork places of interest, and had a Byron Parsons very enjoyable time. and blue sum- Shower decorated the Ladies of the Assembly of God time was spent church entertained in the social chatting, prizes room of the church on July 8 Mines. Jennie with a miscellaneous shower Hoftell, Gladys for Miss Marion Welborn of Stedman. A Lake Stevens, who will become held the the bride Of David Day on July by Irene Parsons, 19. Mrs. David Butcher led the aunt, Mrs. Myrt- games, assisted by Mrs. H. A. Upper Preston. MacDonald. Mrs. Mack Green and decorated and Mrs. Jack Culver decorated blue bassinet cake, the room and serving table and beneath the hood Mrs. Don Hutton was in charge own bottle and rat- of refreshments. The door Was pink, with the prize was won by Mrs. Hutton. Dear" in blue, After the gifts were opened and bassinet of gifts, viewed, luncheon was served to were served to the following guests, in ad- in addition to dition to those named: Mmes. Mmes. Evelyn Lewis O. Wheeler and Sherry, Gardzelewski, Jim Senff, Robert Fifield, John Isabelle Luthi, Kroeze, Jerry Kluin, Lassie Ethel Donnell, Rogers, Albert Day, Clarence Bertha Parker, Kluin, Russell Shaw, Robert Donna Stipek, Miller and daughter Carol, Don Miss Etta Lang, Kiesser, Clyde Lott, Cecil Green, t of town guests: John Lanier, Paulina Martin Marysville; and daughter Doris; the Misses Bellingham; Betty Baker, Marie MacDonald, Harmon and Betty VerHeul; also Terry of Everett. Butcher. Sending giftS' but un- but unable to at- able to attend were Mines. Ellen Heimer, Walter Holmstad, William And- Helga Zeratzke, rews and Jess Emery. Caroline Rob- Elsie Mrs. Dick Ringer of San Snohomish, is a guest of her Wenatchee mother, Mrs. Mary Wardell and Tveit, Seattle. her brothers and families, Fred, Earl, Jim and Ed. She arrived on July 4 and will stay for a month. Mrs. Charles Wayt will enter- tain the Jim Creek Club at her summer home at Lake Goodwin on Thursday, July 25. Picnic luncheon at noon and birthday gifts will be exchanged. GROCERY FREE DELIVERY MILK. 3 CO[[[[.. ,19 I PEAS. . .. 00,zE3O00 8/s;1 COFFEE 69' INST. 1-LB. CANS H SUGAR S119 . 10 lbs. ' SPREAD00AsT00 2 59' LOAF LBS. Monty-Roal Vows Exchanged at Congregational Church MR. AND MRS. RALPH GEORGE MONTY Miss Karin Louise Real At an evening wedding on green taffeta, scoop neckline Friday, July 5, Miss Karin with net headpiece en toe with Louise Real and Mr. Ralph the dress. She carried a cres- George Monty e x c h a n g e d cent bouquet of white rosebuds, nuptial promises, with the Rev. The ushers lighted the Charles Gaffney reading the service in the First United Con- regational Church. : - The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Real and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Molstad. all of Arlington. Tall baskets of white gladioli and carnations and candelabra decorated the church. Mrs. Bill Simpson played an organ prelude and accompanied Mrs. Henry Wold as she sang "One Love" and "The Lord's Prayer". Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a bal- lerina-length " gown of white lace over Satin, ith scalloped neckline. , :.. Her butterfly veil was should. er length and she carried a crescent bouquet o'f white rose. buds with stephanotis and rib. ben streamers. A pearl neck. lace completed her costume. Mrs. Dick Danubio was the bride's only attendant, wearing a full-skirted dress of mint Benson.Strandberg Wedding Miss Violet Elizabeth Strand- berg and Robert Owen Benson were married on Saturday eve. ning, June 29 in Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Marysville, with the Rev. Herbert Ringo officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eric V. Strandberg of Route 5, Ar- lington and the bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Theodore John- son and the late Dr. Theodore Benson of Tucson, Arizona. rhe bride wore white silk or- ganza over taffeta and was at- tended by Mrs. Verna May Amy, Katherine Strandberg, Elsa Weber and Elsie Booth. The new Mr. and Mrs. Benson are living in Seattle. Miss Krista Carlson, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Carl. son modeled hand knit sweaters, etc. at the Everett Ben Marehe last week. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Berg-' an and daughter Hester, and Laurie Mac Stempel arrived home last Friday from a, va- catidn at Birch Bay and Pen- ticton, B. C. Among those attending the Democratic Salmon Bake at Lundeen's park, Lake Stevens last Sunday were Rep. Henry Backstrom, Mr. and Mrs. Clar- ence Engstrom and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bibb and daugh- ters. Sen. and Mrs. Henry Jackson and Gov. Albert Rosel- lint were also there, Sen. Jack- son being speaker of the day. The Misses Betty Hovik and Dorothy Bowles, Louis Rylie and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hovik went to Dream Camp at Mason- ic Park, Granite Falls Sunday in celebration of Founders Day, of the hternati0nal Order of Rainbow for Girls. candles. Donald Borseth, cousin of the groom, was best man, and the ushers were Terry Real, brother of the bride, and Marv- in Monty, brother of the bride- groom. The bride's mother appeared in a white taffeta sheath with floral net overdress, and white accessories. The bridegroom's mother wore a pink taffeta sheath with overskirt of lace, black accessories, and both mothers had white rosebuds en corsage. The reception followed in the church parlors. The bride's table held an arrangement of pin]k and white carnations. Pouring were aunts of the bride, Mines. Ed. Oberg, Gee. Moe, Helen Mantooth and Ward Spicer. Mrs. Lillian Brundell served the wedding cake. The Misses Vicki Lgng and Barbara Helms served punch. Miss Sheryl Moe, cousin of the bride, passed the guest book and Miss Mary Real had charge of gifts. Mrs. Ivor Wyatt was hostess. Joelene and Marsha Malcolm, cousins of the bride, )assed the groom's cake. For the wedding trip to Can- ada the bride wore a blue sheath with matching coat and white accessories. The new Mr. and Mrs. Monty are at home on Route 1, Arling- ton. Both are graduates of Ar- lington High School and the bridegroom is employed at the E. A. Nord Company in Ever- ett. -- - O ..... Applying for a marriage license in Everett on July 10 were John ,Jackson of Arlington and Margaret Nold of Everett. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Palmer were in Victoria, B. C. recently where they attended the Wash. ington State Bankers Con- Vention at the Empress Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. D. T. J..Batl en. tertained with a family gather. ing of 26 members at their home Vale Arum, Route 2, on Sunday, July 7. This annual event has come to be regarded as the Icelandic Picnic by the family, whose original ancestors came from Reykjavik, Iceland about 100 years ago. Visitors were in attendance from Camp- bell River, Victoria, Vancouver, B. C., as well as Port Angeles and Seattle. Dinner guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. William Standi- ford were Mr. and Mrs. Leon Klimkavich of Everett and their daughte/ and family, Lt. Col and Mrs. Emil Radics, on leave from Camp Lescume, S.C. They plan to return to Washington, D. C next week. end where he will be stationed at the headquarters of the U. S. Marine Corps. o Times Classified Ads GE 5-2498 Special... 4 x 6 CEDAR FEN, CE POSTS 12c lx6-- 6 FT. ROUGH TIGHT KNOT CEDAR 29C ARLINGTON HARDWARE & LUMBER GE 5-2202 215 NO. OlympiC TERRITORIAL DAUGHTERS Chapter 3 Territorial Daugh- ters met at Warm Beach July 12 at the beach home of Laura Kn utson. lot-luck luncheon was enjoy- ed at noon, after which a short business meeting was held. The weather was ideal and every- one had a good time. Members present were Nellie George, Lena Ball, Lennie Pierson, Mabel Stensen, Mabel Freyd, Margaret Bannister, Verle Hat- her, son Verlin, Laura Knutson and daughter Mrs. Leroy Stave and children from Everett: Gyda Gallagher. Visitors were Anna Knutson, Viola Anderson, George Anderson, D. T. J. Ball and Clarence George. O Canadian Vacation This reporter, accompanied by Mis Ida Nelson of Calgary, Mrs. Philip Pearson and Vic Pearson returned Saturday afternoon from a 9.day trip via Victoria, B. C., to Calgary. Th6 par:ty traveled by automobile over the Trans-Canada highway via Hope and Revelstoke, B. C., with visits to Lake Louise and Banff. They drove several thousand feet up Mt. Norquay to the lodge and viewed the ski jump now being negotiated for the 1968 Olympic Tournament. The gorgeous Canadian Rockies are imposible to describe. In Calgary they attended the Stampede, with many men, women and children wearing white cowboy hats. The West- ern outfits were very smart, with fancy shirts, some fringed and embroidered with beading. The rodeo boasts the finest riders in the world and the Chuekwagon race nightly is an institution of itself, with 8 heats of 2 to 4 wagons drawn by four race horses, with outrid- ers. Bob Hope was parade marshal and the celebration was attended by cattlemen and people from many faraway places. The travelers attended the Chuckwagon buffet at the Pallister.,. Hotel. on Wednesday, eaturmg buffalo stew. The re- turn was via Glacier Park and Montana. The new highway over is wonderful, including the Rogers Pass road and the seen. ery and Stampede are guaran- teed to furnish a perfect va- cation. This reporter took Miss Nelson to the plane in Van- eouver, B. C. on Tuesday, ac- companied by Mrs. Arthur Hutehison and Mrs. Alaine Zel. lner. Seventy-two relatives of the Zaretzke family gathered at the home of Eugene and Bertha Boyer at Rainbow Springs, R. 2, Arlington on June 30th They came from Bremerton, Seattle, Everett. Mt. Vernon. Marysville and Arlington. o, SILVANA Mrs. Irene Vognild, corr. GE 5-2462 flvana Community Fair The annual Silvana Commun- ity Fair will be held at the sl grounds on Saturday, July 20th. Clubs and organ. izations are invited to enter ex- L Lynnea Gemmer, 17-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Gemmer. is Lakewood's bid for Queenship of the Stanwood Community Fair. She has been a member of the Merry Mixers 4-H of Lakewood for eight years, which is led by Mrs. Ivan Brose. Her projects are food preservation, clothing and Jr. Leadership. Mr. Tony Staringer, leader of the Lakewood 4-H Cattle Club and Mrs. Ivan Prose are her co-sponsors. Among other awards, Lynnea was a winner of the J. C. Pen- ney contest and will receive a trip to the State 4-H conference at Pullman; also she was presented with a 4-H jacket. Lynnea will be a Senior at Arlington High, where she is a member of Honor Society. She is a member of Arlington As- sembly No. 62 International Order of Rainbow for Girls. One of her main interests is the accordion, which she has played for nine years. Gildersleeve-Breekvelt Wedding Miss Lois Darlene Breekveldt and Mr. Howard Dean Gilder- sleeve exchanged nuptial vows on Saturday evening, June 29 in the Assembly of God Church, with the Rev. Cornelius Rientjes officiating. The bride is the daughter of, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Breekveldt of Route 4, Arlington and the bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Gildersleeve of Route 1. North Bend. Decorating the chancel were tall baskets of pink and white gladioli and pink daisies inter- spersed with fern and tied with white ribbons, flanked by two seven -branch candelabra. Kay Klein was soloist, with Mrs. Ruby Kluin at the organ. She also sang at the reception, ing the reception. For the trip to Yellowstone Park the bride wore a green suit. The .new Mr. and Mrs Gildersleeve are at home in North Bend. The bride attend- ed school in Arlington and Howard attended North Bend schools. The Arlington Times 7 Thursday, July 18, 1963. VALLIANT FAMILY REUNION A family reunion of the John H. Valliant family was held at the Pioneer Hall in Arling. ton on July 4th. It was 10 years to the day since the entire family had been together. There were 8 children, 27 grand. children and 4 great grandchil. dren. Two complete 4th genera- tions were present. Attend ing were: Mr. and Mrs. John Valliant, parents. Children were: From Lewiston, Idaho, Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Valliant and family, Mr. Oscar Valliant and girls; from Long Beach, Calif.Mr. and Mrs. Al- vin Valliant and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Valliant and family; from Arlington were-- Mr. and Mrs. Donald Valliant and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clif- ford Valliant and family, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Valliant and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bemis and family. GrandehildrenMr. and Mrs. Robert Valliant and family of Seattle. Mrs, Merrill Burnett and children complete the four tnee Joyee Valliant) genera. tions. Miss Taylor Honored Mrs. Gerald Gepner, with Mrs. Judy Johnson co-hostess. entertained at her home in Marysville on Friday evening with a pre-nuptial shower for Miss Barbara Ann Taylor. Sum- mer flower arrangements decor. ated the rooms and serving table. The time was spent in- formally and after the gifts were opened and admired, luncheon was served to Mrs. Clyde Gepner, Sr.. Mrs. Ger- ald McKenzie. Mrs. Floyd Me. Kenzie, all of Lake Stevens. Mrs. Alvin Gepner, Mrs. Judy Cabe of Darrington; Mrs. De- lores Frey, Mrs. Roy Gepner, of Marysville, Mrs. Blanche Tay- lor, Mrs. Velma Claxton and daughters Judy and Donna. and the honoree. The wedding of Miss Taylor and Harold Ken- neth Gepner will take place at the" horrm of Mrs. Velma Clax. ton, Route 5, Arlington on Fri. day evening, July 19 at 6:36. with reception following in Pioneer Hall beginning at 7:30. The frfends are all welcome to attend the reception. Churches To Make Survey The churches of the Lake. wood district will be making a religious survey of the munity during the week of 22nd The survey will be ducted by members of the churches. -:. HEAD FOR HILL'S! 229 OLYMPIC FINE FOOD FOR FINE FOLKS CUPPLES PRESTO BRIQUETS 69 hibits on Friday evening, be- and there was a solo by Rev. tween the hours of 7 through 9, Rientjes, and a duet by Bill and with judging to take place Sat- Billy Kluin. urday morning. Food will bc served during Saturday and there will be game booths for young and old. There will also be a style show, tractor driving contest and baseball game. The committee has planned a full day of entertainment and the public is invited to come and patronize the Community Fair. . Mrs. Clarence Monson enjoy. ed her vacation at the Monson summer home at Lake Ki. She was accompanied by her daugh. i ter, Janie. I Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Grimm !and son, Tommy, and Allan Young returned home on Sat- urday evening following a ten- day vacation trip. They traveled through Montana, where they visited Mr. John Marquardt, Mrs. Grimm's father, at Roy, Montana, and also, her aunt and cousins, at Belt, Montana. Following their visit there, they drove on to Springfield, Minnesota, where they spent several days visiting another aunt and cousins. They report that the weather was warm and comfortable for driving, and returned home via the southern route through Bil- lings, Bozeman and Missoula. Mrs. Elsie Mullen accompan- ied by her son, Charles, spent two weeks vacation in Texas, where they visited with friends. Charles traveled on to Missis- sippi, where he visited with his aunt, Mrs. Marie Gholston, and family. They had a wonderful vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Hartvig Rod were supper guests on Sunday evening at :the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Robb. Najey Edgman of Everett spent last week at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Eitzenberger. This week Wendy and Sharon Edgman are enjoying the farm. Mrs. Otto Skew (Agnes Shudshift) Of Moses Lake, visit- ed her mother, Mrs. Marie Shudshift at the Josephine Sun. i set Home last week.end. They attended the Myrwang Golden Wedding on Sunday at Memor- ial Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Koffell of Mt. Vernon visited with friends in the community on Monday evening. The Josephine Sunset Home Corporation will meet on Juiy 28th, following the dedication service at the Home. Peace Corporation :members are Gord- on Reese and Selvin Stensen. P.T.R. Cottage Bible Study ax(d Prayer fellowship meetings will begin in the Peace Luther- Given bv her father, the bride wore a floor-length gown of white nylon over taffeta, fitted bodice, three-quarter length sleeves of lace net, the scoop neckline with a V in back. The full skirt had tiered nylon rut. fles. A white crown held her fingertip veil of bridal illusion and she carried pink roses. Mrs. Kenneth R. Winter, sis. ter of the bride, was matron of honor, wearing pink taffeta brocade, with scoop neckline and bouffant skirt, the cummer- bund tied in back with a large bow. On her head she wore a double bow en tone with the dress and her flowers were white carnations with pink background. Mrs. Dan Brooks, the bride's sister, and Miss Janice Gilder. sleeve, the groom's sister were bridesmaids, gowned as the matron of honor. All the at- tendants woz pearl necklaces and earrings, gifts from the bride. Denice Winter, the bride's niece, was flower girl, in pink brocade taffeta, carrying a white basket with pink rose petals, pink rose wristlet and single-bow headpiece en tone. Bill Gildersleeve was best man and the ushers were Dan Brooks, Jim, Larry and Ross Gildersleeve. The bride's mother ap m a jacket sheath of bet crepe, with white hat, and the bridegroom's mother wore a beige sheath and flowered cloche, and both mothers wore carnations en corsage, with i pink ribbon and net. The reception followed in the church social hall. Pouring were Mrs. Charles Breekveldt, aunt of the bride and Mrs. John Sater, sister of the bridegroom. Others assisting were Mes- dames Paul Kroeze, Milka Kroeze, Elmer Kroeze, Harlen Hansen, Bill Gildersleeve, Anne Tatnall; the Misses Dorothy Bowles. Sherri Allen, Joyce Molstad; also Henry Breekveldt and Curtis Kroeze. Arrangements of pink and white glads, pink daisies and greenery decorated the bride's table. Jack Culver was Emcee dur- Recent guests of Mrs. Anne Knutson, R. 4, Arlington, were her daughter and son-in.law Mr. and Mrs. Gary Nelson (JeAnne Knutson). They re- cently returned from Madison Wisc., where Gary earned a Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering, and JeAnne received a Master of O WE GIVE TREASURE CHEST TICKETS JULY SPECIALS h6 TONGUE AND GROOVE KILN DRIED HEMLOCK PerM. s65.00 2x4 AND 2x6 SIS OLD GROWTH FIR $49 O0 Lots Per M. CORRUGATED FIBERGLASS ROOF PANELS S' -- Per Sheet ........................... $4.16 - ,.. .............................. $5.20 12"-- Per Sheet ............................. $6.24 WHITE HOUSE PAINT BOYSEN SUBURBAN Primer & Finish s4.95 SANDRAN VYNAL LINOLEUM Reg. $1.69 Yd. NOW ONLY $1[.1[ yd. 4mmmm 4mmml an Church on August 7th. Science degree in Eementary @"COPELAND A new church sign has been Education. Mr. Nelson is em- placed on the lawn of the Peace ployed by Pacific Northwest Lutheran Church. This sign Telephone, in Seattle, and YARD'S was built and donated by Mr. JeAnne will be teaching in the "Chuck" Matthiesen. The mem- Edmonds school district next Arlington, Wash. ] hers of the Peace Congregation year. 101 So. OIym le Phone GE 5 ':"