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T TttE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WAStIINGTON, TtlURSI)AY, J[ LY 23, 1953. PAGE SEVEN ...--.-. Anne Meugniot Phone 152J1 VISIT IN EAST Mrs. Dan Hunter have .ttle grandson Ricky them for the past while his parents sister, Mr. and Mrs. and Leotagait, to the East. They flew and picked up a new drove'to Boston and D.C., where Mr. Cop- They were at a dinner dance Statler Hotel and guests of business ac- in their homes. Leo- alltook in the Boston while attended to bust- were also entertained lop Fish Co. at New In Washington, RECEPTION FOR NEWLYWEDS The home of Mr. and Mrsl Matt Wallitner was the scene of much activity Saturday evening, when their three daughters, Mrs. Stan Mitchell of Everett, Mrs. Jess Holmes of Marysville, and Mrs. Ken Osborn of Arlington, enter- tained at a reception for rela- tives and close friendsin honor of their brother Bob and his bride, the former Tina Beeellio of La Mesa, Calif., who were home on their honeymoon. Bob and Tina were married July 11 in St. Martins Church in La Mesa. Also present at the reception were their other brother, Leon- ard, and family from Bremerton. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Osborn had as their dinner guests Tuesday Chrysler's Lady Engine Doctor Diagnoses Patient Myking-Lorenzen Vows Spoken June 27 Jetta Myking of Seattle became the bride of Herman Lorenzen, Saturday evening, June 27, at the Phinney Ridge Lutheran Church in Seattle. Their only attendants were Iola Bjorn and Dick Loren- zen. Rev. Olaf Anderson, pastor of the church, officiated. The bride wore a brown knitted fall suit with gold accessories. The groom was also attired in a brown suit. Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzen enter- tained the wedding party at din. ner at Crawford's following the ceremony. They spent their hon- eymoon visiting with friends in Washington and Oregon and then motored to Yellowstone National Park before returning home. Mrs. Lorenzen is a niece of Mr. K. O. Rod and Mr. Lorenzen is one of the prosperous farmers of the valley. The community joins in congratulating Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzen and wishing them many happy years together. A eharivari and reception was evening Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wal. Copstead visited the litner of La Mesa, Calif., and Mr.I given in honor of Mr. and Mrs. :offices of the Brigh- and Mrs. Matt Wallitner. ] Lorenzen last Wednesday eve- Company. Heis the * * * I ning. A large group of neighbors of the West Coast VISIT VANCOUVER. B,C. and friends surprised them at Seattle He made tours r-l~o, p,~ N-rit~ Tveit ] their home and then adjourned ..ces where.~ tney Duy. I Dave Quall and Char' les Barnett, to Viking Hall where dancing - ~ . , . I I! Jlland "Ore ~his week caring for .... . s Jose hine Henri her new " randson born to Mr a Seattle hospital last Friday home of Mr. p Y.; O.f~MpT.~.TE " it' ,81' I~I~ 11~,,,~ u,o ~, o~ ~ ....... 1," evening, age 80 years. He is sur- A short business meeting wasl .... ~J~.VV II uesd"a:f'morn]n2 ............. ~ vived by his wife, Mathilda, of conducted with Hazel McCann urn" n[]m [! ~ ~. o 316 E. 50th, Seattle; two sons,[presiding in the absence of the ~rA~_~q~ V II ....... ~ Rolf of Olympia Jerome of Nor- I president Bergie Drivstuen. The [[~Ah[" W$1||l~lla" walk, Cahf,; two grandchildren group enjoyed a soeml e en g, i / a~vmwm.. G4.ab, asgm&asqu~aL ,,~ -- ,~,. --~ i I ..... S ...... I1_ Douglas ann ~atnieen; oneland also vmwea me spaemu :see jessie at me [IMsmAa |n ~|~ ' brother in Norway. Funeral ser-] lawn and flower garden. De: l~ll~. 1~ A | lqP~r ~U~D ][..~a ~.o an, ,~,,~z=. vices were held frorr~ the Ballard] licious refreshments were serve I'][ULT|]~ ]~U|| ~IlILIl- [I Robert Leo Wallitner and his First Lutheran Church on Wed-[by Ellen Erickson and Hazel Mc- J/bride were guests at the parental nesday morning. Interment was Cann. home last week-end, the Mrs. Clarence Monson enter- in the Pacific Lutheran Cemeeery under ~he direction of Wiggen tained in honor of the birthday and Sons. Rev. Ross served faith- of her twins, Robert and Robin, fully as local pastor, of the Zion on Friday afternoon. Games were Lutheran Church from 1928 until enjoyed by a large number of 1942, also at Arlington and youngsters and a lovely lunch Lakewood. A substantial sum of was served by the hostess. money was given in his memory ------------o by friends and neighbors. ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED The Zion Lutheran Ladies' Aid Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lenhart of will meet on Wednesday after- R. 2, Arlington, announce the en- noon, July 29th, in the Social gagement of their daughter, Don- Hall with Mesdames Jarl Sesby na Lee Lenhart, to Mr. Marvin E. and E. L. Madsen as 'hostesses. Wognild, son of Mr. and Mrs. They extend a cordial invitation Ted Wognild of Arlington. to all members and friends to ----------o . attend. Please'note change of In Arlington - Phone 1344 date. The Christian Nurture Pro-KILLOUGH CLEANERS .gram will be presented with Mrs. for Grace Barlond in charge. WATERPROOFING new Mrs. Wallitner making the ,ac- 'quaintance of her in-laws, Mr. ;and Mrs. Matt Wallitner. Robert, who is in the Navy, and is sta- tioned in California, and Miss Justine Vecellio were married i July llth in St. Martin's Catholic /Church, La Mesa, Calif. After a i visit at the Wallitner home here, [they continued on their honey- ~urnmer steelhead are hitting in the,,Stilly, "* moon trip to British Columbia. The new Mrs. Wallitner is the , nd the cutthroat will soon be in--It s time : daughter of Mrs. Teresa Staub, for a . of LaMesa, and the late Rocco Vecellio. She is a graduate of Grossmont High School, and at- FLY RODMBER tended San Diego Junior College. Robert, a M/3, is stationed at San Diego, with anti-submarine A"~PECIAL..r_ Nu d~ AA helicopter squadron. He has one more year to serve The young 1AL IPs" couple expect to make their home in the Northwest following his A T .................... discharge from the Navy. KITCHEN SHOWER FOR MISS ~MAHLUM A kitchen shower was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry $ Fishing Tackle Values $ Sparks, R. 3, Arlington, on Mon- day night for Miss Helen Mah~ .STING ROD AND LEVEL 4.95 lum, whose wedding to Mr. Ge-:r REEL .............................. . ...................................... ald Paul will occur on Saturday M ILL LASS 9.35 evening, July 25. ................. A large number of friends at. A'D"GLASS-POL~-: .............................. )~ ~_~ tended the shower, bringing a dc~atnst defect .............................................. --, --, . ~, u, variety of gifts. Those present , GLASS TROLLING ROD. )~ CIIJ~ were: Mrs. Geo. Nermo, Mrs: Joe !Paul, Mable Wieken, Mrs. Doug ~le ................................................ L,--~.h4/~ :Wieken, Mrs. Geo. Whitson, Mrs. ~Y BAMBOO "TRO~-LIN-G ~ _~ AI. Cavanaugh, Mrs. LeRoy Fry, ::......... .......................................................................... v.,.,~ Mrs. Earl Large, Mrs. Denny 'I~PCASTING RODS, ~ ~ Pearson, Mrs. Bill Baker, Mrs. ' $11.00 ............... . .................................... SPECIAL U.~.) Maynard Baker, Mrs. Geo. Mah- lum and daughters Irene, Sylvia, A LARGE SELECTION OF FLIES, LEADERS Linda and Helen, Mrs. Ed. H01: FOR YOUR SELECTION land, Mrs. Leet Palmer. The co- ~~~ ~ hostess was Mrs. Dale Wicken. Those unable to attend, who 00LORED GI. SSES sent gifts were: Mrs. Earl Tem- pleton, Mrs. Hal. Sundberg, Mrs. Some originally sold for__$1.00 or more. Geo. Anderson, Mrs. Harley Ald. ~,,ec;al at 39c ridge, Mrs. Lawrence Fry, Mrs. ~1~ a Raymond Tungate, Mrs. Albert i ,See These Special Fishing Values at ' Skaglund, Mrs. Lee Baker and daughter Billie, Mrs. Bussard. JOHNSON DRUG o SELL IT--If you he, re any articl~ of furniture, no~ m use, try Times classified ad. . Shorty s . Chevron S mce ARLINGTON CHEVRON GAS PHONE 64 MID-SUMMER s Odds and Ends Must Go! s Fall Merchandise Arriving Daily! s Save Now on Summer Goods! For The Women's, cotton and e]astex .............. $3. Women's, fine quality nylon .............. $5. Juvenile Girls' Swimwear ................ $1. Girls' Better Swimwear .................. $2. Men's Swim Trunks .............. $1. and $2. Boys' Trunks, ages 4-6-8 ................. $1. Soys___ ' Trunks, ages 14-16 ............... $1.5 Women's Skirts, 8 only ..... $1. Sunback Dresses, cotton . . . $2. Women's Better Dresses . . . $5. Women's Shorts . . . $2. and $1. Women's Halters . .. $1. and 50c Women's Summer Blouses . . . . .$1 All Women's Hats. . . . . 25c Girls' Shorts . . . . . . $1. and 50c Girls' Blouses, teen sizes . . . $1. Sunsuits, ages 1 to 4 . . . . 50c Infants' Dresses . . . . . $1. Infants' Play Shorts . . . . 50c Men's Sport Shirts 2.98 Gabs., plaids, Orlon checks to clear ...................................................... Men's Short Sleeve Shrts .98 Me n'wSa,stA!lWo2LShcks. .................................................... $8. Heavy All Wool Unions 9 _ .i $1fi. 5 only, size 38 ........................ ~ ~ btll~ I!t,.I Men's Work Straw Hats ....... 50c Men's Dress Straws .... $2.$1. Men's SoP0rtCoats ............................................................ $20. White Duck Pants $2.5 4 pl's., 30x33 ................................................................ :: .................................... Tin Pants and Coats . . . . $5. Boys' Knit Sport Shirts . . :... $1. Boys' Straw Hats . . . . . , 6) Women s Straw Hats . . . . ,,Se Women' Purses S i . C Gnrls Purses . . . . . . Pi ,ox Women's Dress Gloves . . . R o.,50e Women's Dress GIoves . . N, Io, $1" 4~g ya tl~t e~r l~u alitl~) p~r iC ?s .G~s" ................... :. ............................ $1.25 " " 2 Yds Sanionzed Ginghams . . . . ,o," $1- P ur2,.l h Lioneno.., .......................................................... $1.,. NEW GROUP OF REMNANT, ;I Jumbo Garment Bags . . . . . I .66 Heavy Glass Tumblers $1. 8-piece set .............................................................................................................. .~ 3S-Piece Dish Set. ' $