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TIIE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON. WAS[IINGTON, RS[ A¥, J[JLY 23, 19oo. PAGE FIVIg. )N HTS. Richardson, corr. Improve Farm [CUtler has been helpin~ build a new barn. will be 24x40 with Carlson is also in- irrigation system, has and piping and has )ower line run into and Mrs. Evans family of Salt Lake visitors at the week, having three northwest ~ht our locality the had seen. Those re- Robert Carlson, who a back injury in a fall ago and was pars- the waist, will be he has fitted a car and is able to miles to work at Rose- ylor's parents, Mr. A. Taylor, are vis- Taylor home this Longs. who recently the Louis Roth home making noticeable Mrs. Thomas Kaarns were visitors at the! Sunday. Josephine Wold Dirks, are getting but would enjoy more visitors• happy to learn that the road connecting the Arl. With the Arnot Corner through. Some oiling would be greatly f Friddle has recovered injury which kept a couple of days House Queens have a new trailer house over to be near Mrs. Mrs. Montgom- Mrs. H. Walls and two getting settled in the Welcome folks. that the strewing of the roads is on the been asked to it is not only an and dangerous ha- against the law. is making his per- the Ivan Mey- Billie. g at the Ivan were Carol Ann Yates, Mr. and Mrs. and daughters Sally Meyer is putting A farmer for 65 years, J. W. Williams of Renner, Tex., stands before his burned-up corn crop holding a stalk that was dried out during the days of 100-plus-degree te~nperature which marked the crisis in Texas' 4-year drought. Wlllian~ says this is the worst corn ~rop since 1911. NEB. Extreme Drought :T~ve m Drought ~. Anms Receiving Drought Aid [] Areas Affected by Grasshoppers BURN HILL By Laura Preston Community Club Holds Picnic" The Burn Hill Community Clul held its annual picnic in Par-- sons' grove the evening of Friday the 17th. There was a good at- tendance and all enjoyed hot Silvanc~-Lakewood Lutheran Parish J• II• Myrwang, Pastor Zion Lutheran, Silvana-- Sunday, July 26--10:30 a.m., Divine Services• 2:00 p.m., Senior Bible Camp at Lake Samish. Thursday, July 30--10 a.m., W. F. M. meets at Lake Samish Bible Camp. Officers and mem- bers urged to attend. First Lutheran, Lakewood-- Sunday, July 26- 7:30 p.m., Young People's meeting• Report from national convention at Far- go, N•D. All invited• Monday, July 27---9:30 a.m., Two week Bible School begins• Only forenoons. Classes for chil- dren of all ages. Older children urged to attend• Thursday, July 30---10 a.m., W. M. F. at Lake Samish. Catholic Church :Father James H. Deady, pastor Sunday Massses: Arlington---9 a.m. every Sun- day. & Stanwood---8 and 9 a.m. every Sunday• Silvana and Lakewood Parish The Lutheran Free Church O• J. Haukeness, Pastor dogs e'.al0re, not to mention all Lakewood-- the other good foods• I Sund~, July 26th --- Services After the picnic supper, every-t9:45 a.m. one adjourned to the house,ISilvana--- , where the business meeting wasI Sunday, July 26th -- Services conducted, after which Leila[with Communion 11 a.m. Steckelberg showed the colored] ThUrsday, July 30th~A youth slides she and Dale had taken on!quartet of pastors will give a their recent trip east. They werelsacred concert in Salem Lutheran beautiful and Leilas travelogue~Free Church, Silvana, at 8 o'clock with them made them very in-lp.m. teresting. Those of Yellowstone] Everybody cordially invited. Park were especially so. I---~---" Louie Bluemke attended the[ Arlington and Lakewood on the targe, new frame addition to :on of Lake City, celebrated his L .... I ' The "re~ram startin- at 2"30[second birthday anniversary at arry *rayJor enjoyea o : v ~ , ~ • : • . al hm home Saturday evening "Be ~yland last week-end In Arlin~,ton Phone 1344 i p.m. will consist of music .... .. " .... • "- - ~' ~' " " ~ ..... *-'~ ~r"'-" ~ Swoen andI daes his parems, moss attenaing oI Jimmy c, arKa oi, ~-,,,r~,,r~u O,~x, VDC I--,--,,~,~-*o - ,,,,* ~,,-. , ...... Kelley (nee Rosholt),l WATERPf~rOOFING i~y'returned from Norway. ~n?aMr~vlrJsO~v~, 1AimU&drSOt~na:d rs Ted Johnson and[ i This club was organized in ." .. s. el n ...~ s~e : fancy and Kathy mo-jFurland of Darrington was also!1912, and since then has held an[a so Mr. ann Mrs. La tmrnett this ann son casey Ympia Saturday and la visitor at the Freyd home " annual picnic. The present offi-[ Rosholt family reun-Iweek. cers are: Mr. Hans Lavik, Ta- Mr. and Mrs. John Amundsen Millersvarnia Statel Dennis Johnson of Seattle isicoma, chairman; Mr. Nils Foss, ldrove to Marysville Sunday and I spending a two weeks' vacation!Seattle, Vice Chairman; Miss were dinner guests of Mr. and ts Norman Mrs. Den-with the Niles Darrows. I Engborg Ragnbakk, Tacoma Sec- Mrs. Finn Amundsen and son and their families Forty-four Arlington Heights~retary, and Mr. Olaf Swardal, Ronnie. L.e Methodist Sundaylfolks attended the Sunday School!Seattle, Treasurer• I Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Johnson lc at Wenberg Statelpicnic at Cranberry Lake, Decep-i o------------- lentertained Mr. and Mrs. Don e Goodwin Friday. tion Pass Sunday. • I vIsrroRs FROM MINNESOTA Yankee of Marysville and Mr t FAoise and Peter Thorson visit-i Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Liljedahl/and Mrs. Harry" Carlson of Ar" ts nearly completed ed at the Walter Best home over'and daughter, of Blue Earth,/lington Heights at their homc )ors have been keep-lthe week-end. They told of re-Minn., visited with Mr. and Mrs. iSunday. : • ~Iarttey and his new lcently clirnbing Mr. Push as fat' David Redeen last week. Mr. Lil-I Miss Taffy P~,~trm ~,-,,,u u • ' hew ~ ...... ' ....... sy and a good crop as the glacmr. Ijedahl is Mr. Redeens .nep .'ldaughter of Mr. and Mrs Ri,'k arrested, with little Mrs. Ida HeTshberger has been The Redeens accompamed their pr,~tcm w~ ~ m,,~t ,~ h~ spite the few rainl-~pending a few says at toe Mar-I uuests to Edmonds to visit Mrs. ~r~n'd~n"~ront"~" Mr ~d"~Wr~'r'o'~,'i~ [fan Chrisman home• I Myron Cavan, the former Ellen ~re~'~:2~--~-r'2~ "~':/,,,'L'52,'/':,~:,,'~72"2 ~rnstad of Alderwood] Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chrisman Reaeen, until Sunday evenint, :ed over the week- I ann daughter Betty of Silver i ------------o~-----~- .. _ L _ 2" ._. S • " .... ' ........ ' ' " 1 "~ "'S lv/rs Joe uray ot Seattle came sister ann oromer-I~aKe were ~unoav visitors oI me t ~t ,,lies cjd-s ]1~., au - _ • ..... • ~ • - " ~ ,. " ...... up ruesaay ann fans io eta in- Victor Freyds. James Ed Chrmmans. t' ,,or,re ~av-.~m~ ............ .P ~ 7 Y • ............. u~/flltl21y at tnelr home here on the Burn. Her daughter ~nd fam- ily, The Marvin Van Meers, and Mr. Gray are coming to spend the week.end. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Almli, Sr., also Tom, Jr., and family, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Almli and family at Day's Spur near McMurray. Mr.~. Lyle Preston entertained George Eylander, pastor at luncheon Wednesday the fol- Sunday School at 10 a.m. lowing guests: Lois Brentnell and Sunday services at 11 a.m. Eve- son David, 'Stella Parsons and ning services at 7 p.m. Laura Preston. Free transportation. Monday night Goldie and John Johnson attended the Washing-Commendation For ton Co-op Fryer Council meeting. Go'ldie is secretary of the Coun- cil. They accompanied Mr. Alton Ground Observers Funk and Mr. John Lindquist. Mrs. Edna Brendemuhl, super- At the meeting Goldie was elect- OSO Mrs. Nellie George, correspondent. arl Gentry Painfully Injured Carl Gentry met with aver, oainful accident last week when it is thought, he attempted to re- thread the needle of his hay baler while it was still in motion. His head and face were badly ed delegate to the Snohomish County Council. Sunday the Steckelbergs drove to Wenatchee to visit Leila's par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Putnam. The Wednesday meeting of the Sisco Heights Sewing Club met at the home of Mrs. Bill Harper. The ladies made it a surprise ba- by shower for Mrs. Harper. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Almli and son Ronnie visited Mrs. Almli's sister and family, the Vance Keys, in Bellingham from Saturday eve. ning until Sunday evening. While there Ronnie went fishing on Lake Whatcom with Vance Key and his son Mike and an uncle and aunt of Gladys, Mr. and Mrs. Art Howard• Ronnie was really lucky, having caught 6 fish, 4 silvers and 2 rainbow. "Burn Hill ladies who attended the Arlin~ton Home Demonstra- tion picnic at Mrs. Blair's home near Monroe last Thursday were Leila Steckelberg and Stella Par- sons. lacerated and bruised, and he re- ceived severe shoulder and arm injuries• -- -'0 , -- In Arlington . Phone 1344 KILLOUGH CLEANERS for EXPERT CLEANING Use Times Classlt:eo ASs - effective, economical. PAINT is bein ; spread on Olympic avenue, ma 'king cross-walks and parking the curbs. Pete Enault supervises the job, while Clj'de Parker operates the paint )ho~o. FLOWN DIRECT FROM HAWAII ay, July 24 & 25 (This Week) YOUR ARLINGTON FRIGIDAIRE STORE 4-H Group To Have Outing Mrs. Johanna Bradley as a 4-H leader will take her group to De- ception Pass Thursday for an out- ing until Sunday• The boys are Gary Pearson, Kenneth Mathis, Ronald Ms[his, Francis Bradley and Bob Halladay. Knights Family Ilold Reunion A complete fatally reunion of the Knights family met at the parental horns during the week- end when Lyle Knights and his wife Marge and two daughters Barbara and Sandra came over Saturday from Port Angeles. They were joined on Sunday by daugh- ter Blanche and her husband John Thompson of Seattle, who came to get their two children Arthur and Bonnie, who had been visiting their grandparerlts since before the Fourth. Other mem- bers coming for Sunday were Clara Jane and her husband Wal- lace Hell and children Morris and Vivian, also Hazel and hus- band Elon Holm and children, Helen and Eldon, all of Darting- ton, and Clark and wife Wands and two boys over from May- wood, where he is employed. The Jasper Stephenson family had as'a guest for a few days of last week, an uncle of Mrs. Ste- phenson, Clem Brown of Whid- bey Island. Eric Peterson spent a few days last week visiting with relatives at Tacoma. Saturday visitors at the Clar- ence George home, her sisters Mrs. Walter Long of Wenatehee, il GRANDVIEW i Helen Sheppard. corr. [ Mr. and Mrs Donal t Robinson i and family of ;I'acoma were call- ers at the home of Mrs. Robin- son's mother, Mrs. Bessie Bartlett, July 14 and 15• The latest report is that Mr. Jack King has not improved. He is now at the Georgetown hospi- tal in Seattle. The Bethel Mission Sunday School held their picnic at Lake Angle, Sunday July 19. Pie. James C. Sheppard has re- turned to Camp Pendleton, Calif., after spending a 10-day fur- lough with his family, the PauI Sheppards, and friends in Seattle, On returning to Camp Pendleton he will be sent overseas. Mr• and Mrs. Aaron C. Cuff- man of Seattle called at the homes of F. M. Coffman and C. A. Sheppard Saturday, July 18th. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Bartlett and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Grappe and children of Seattl~ called at the home of Mrs. Besai~ Bartlett Sun(lay. July 19. While there they all enjoyed a picnic dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Morrisoa and Linda of Seattle were week- end guests at the W. F. Petemm~ home. o In Arlington - Phone 1344 • KILLOUGH CLEANERS for ALTERATIONS wood. The road crew l~ave been very busy the past week working and drying the road bed of the new route, preparing it for a black, top, some of which is now com- pleted. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Secor and Gale of Sequim visited friends in the neighborhood Saturday. Clare Morris, a retiring navy man of Corpus Christie, "rex., came up from California by plu~ Saturday and visited until Mon- day with Rush Bradley and Dutel~ Krause. After a business trip to Whidby Island he will return to Alameda, Calif., and from there will 'leave for home fn Texas. Mrs. C. Kamm of Toppenish, and erton.Mr" and Mrs" J" L" Piper °f Brem" II |: |~ i! k| r| Mrs. Clark Knights had as ~1| I| IH~II ~ I~ I||mI~ II[I ~[| • [] guests from Wednesday until Fri-WINKES HARDWM day, her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brook and children from Oklahoma. While here they went Phone 64~' Arlingtm~ to Concrete to visit the Drake ~ family. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Deeter re- SAND & GRAVEL turned home Sunday from Wtl- Plaster and Mortar Sand, lits, Calif., where he has been Concreteand Road Gravel. employed for several months• READY.MIX Melvin Jenner of Seattle helped his father to haul in hay during VERN BJe=RKAKER the week-end• Phone 1012 ArllI~ Sunday visitors with Mr. and i~ r Tuesdays, 8:00, prayer and Mrs. Gust Pearson were Mrs. I ~,,. |: Bible study, earson s brothers, Mr. Floyd:[ ,~.,^ ....~.~.,__~ .... | Fridays, 8:00, Youth Service. Norgaard of Los Angeles and Mr.![ ~xlUV£i~. I$~1~ [ and Mrs. Ernest Norgaard ofl[ or Hoe Work | Seventh-Day Adventist Church Stanwood and a sister and hUS-l[ can | M. M. Mohr, pastor - band, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Parrlsh][ S.V. LEDBETTER | Sabbath School 9:45; Devotion- and son of Mt. Vernon, and all Phone 3545 Arlm~ | al services 11 a.m. niece, Mrs. Bill Norgaard of Stan- ~ ~l Prayer Service Wednesday, at~ 8:00 p.m. II ...... Y ........ " Church located on corner otll I II M'NI? I,,IDIqT qf'llfflUTIllT | Burke and Talcott at head of[[ a aa~ua ~aa~a~,aa ~Ja ~,aaa~a~ ~,JLIdAIIJU~| I Lincoln bridge. II I Science * II ........... ! First Church ot Christ, Scient II .............. ,.I ,st, Fourth and Dunnam streets. I! -- . ... i Sunday School 11 a.m. Sun. I I ~ .......... :: ,':",'2i 4ay Service 11 a.m. [I ~ .......... u_~.L I Wednesday testimonial meel. II ~_t 8_ p.m. Readins Room: C~m-cb m tng 8 p.m. II _aay 2 to ? and Reading room, Church edifice, If attend tia,~ I open Monday 2 to 4 p.m. anal| .... ~-~ree use ot me ~eamns ~oom. | Wednesday 2 to 4 p.m. and 6:45[[ ~er Church in Bceton are now I to 7:45 p.m., except legal holi- ]l broadcast Sunday mornings at 9 o'clock from Station KJR, Se~ttle~ I~ days. . I The subject of the Lesson-Set-~_~~--~ men for Sunday, July 26th, is: ................................................................ "Truth. ~ Golden Text: Psalms 43:2,3. IT S GOOD NEWS. Thou art the God of my strength...,0 send out thy light Cease not to give thanks for you, making mention of you in and thy truth: let them lead me. my prayers; That the God of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Fath- Ctmrch of Jesus Christ, er of glory, may give unto you the spirit of ~wisdom and rev- of Latter Day Saints elation in the knowledge of him: The eyes of your under- Sunday School 10 a.m. at V.F. standing being enlightened; that ye may know what is the W. hall. hope of his calling, and what the riches of the glory of his Sisco Heights Community Church inheritance in the saints, And what is the exceeding great- ness of his power to us.ward who believe, according to the working of his mighty power• Eph. 1:16-19. visor of ground observers in the district east of Bryant, has re- ceived a letter of commendation to all personnel of Ground Ob- server Corps. The letter is signed by Brig. Gen. T. Allen Bennett, of the U. S. Air Forces• The commendation is issued on the first anniversary of "Opera- tion Skywatch," and, is for devo- tion to the American ideal of freedom, awareness of the need of Air Defense, and the unselfish donation of time and energy. Observers at the post are: Ed- na Brendemuhl, supervisor; Elsie Bowles, asst. supervisor; observ- errs, Mary Fulfs, Irene Walleith. ner, Clarissa Erlckson, Ruby Marxen, Lavon Rengler, Kath- leen Peterson, Marguerite Peter- son, Bernice M. Peterson, Stella Aberge. "O TEACHERS ON TOUR Miss Evelyn Kyselha and Miss Florence Taylor, of Travers City, Mich., have been house guests of Mrs. Marie Spoerhase and daughters Mildred and Margaret for several days. Miss Kyselha al- ~o visited with other relatives on the Coast. Both ladies are teach- 'ers and have been touring the United States and Mexico. Friends, please attend the Gospel Service in the Community Church, July 26 and Every Sunday Evening at 8 o'clock. No collections. The Father sent the Son A ruined world to save Man meted to the Sinless One The cross--the grave. Blest Substitute from God! Wrath's awful cup He drained: Laid down His life and e'en the tomb's Reproach sustained. The >new and living Way, Stands open now to Heaven;. Thence where the blood is seen always, God's Gift is given. The river of His grace, Through righteousness supplied Is flowing through the barren place Where Jesus died. The Lord shall come again, The Conqueror must reign! | No tongue but shall confess,Him the The Lamb once slain. Jesus is worthy now All homage to receive; O sinner, to the Saviour bow--- The truth believe. --H. K. B. All are welcome to the Gospel Services held in the Arlington Gospel HalL Third and McLeod at 7:45 o'S.lock Every Sunday Evening. No Collection.