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.Q'.) THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARI,INGTON, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1, oo. PAGE F1-V'E | Lutheran Service 1Evergreen State Arts and Crafts Fmr | At Lake Samish !Fair Has Large At Bellevue Anne Meugmot | , On Su ay, Aug 2rid, Our Sa: " " . This Week- End [daughter-m-laW,and Bar-laf "m Farland/Vnynaros parents," Mr ano Mrs m,.,..., 1~oT1 lor s ,, meran congregauon ano Advertising Program ............ ~ friends will journey to Lake Sam-!,, . ....... ~. ...... ............ ~+.. ~ Final preparations have been . :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :~ .... ~ 1sh for worship service. The regu-~i made for the Seventh Annual E ==============================================================================~... ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ~ ~" lar worship servme will be at ~{~::~::~::~ ......................................... ...... ~:~:~ .................. ~ ....... .......... I ~i:~]~!~:~i:~:~:~:~:z:~~:~:~:z~:~::~:~:~:~i~i i~ Paclf,c Northwest Arts and Crafts SOPER HOLLENBAUGHS CAMP ~ ]1 a m in me oining na,, at ,.u-[ ~li~Li~[]i~i::ii::~i!::!iii::ii::i::ii!/:~iii]!ii::i::i]::iiiiiii!i~i]::i~il ~! _ " _ . ..... :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ~ l~alr lo De nelo in ~ellevue, BRIDE ON OLYMPIC PENINSULA I therwood Bible Camp located at ~]~i~~~i~!~!~ ~ ' [ :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ..... :i:~.i:~:)~i:~i::,!~:~ ~ . , Mrs. Edward W. Soper[ Mr. and Mrs. Norm Hollen- ]] the very north end of Lake Sam- ~i~::iiiii!~::i::iii::iiii!i!iiii::i~i~:~~]~}i~ii~i{~i~i~i;!i~!~ ~ Wash.. th~s weeg-end, July 31st, the forthcomin mar baugh and childrenen'o eda i ish ten miles south of Belling-.~:i;~;~~~;~!~::~::~]~i~ i~ ~uguot 1st and 2nd The unique . g .- . . 3 Y ' ~ .~.:~:::~?: ~i~ ~ " " - i , " . . ili!i? :iiiiiiiiiii!iiiii!i!i!iI , . to: Texas. " [and Mrs. John Farrell and do'ugh- i~ at 8:30 a.m. i ii!i!ii!!~!iiiiii!~iiiiiiiii t ~ es,~ecially feature a continuous per is a graduate oflterMaureen andMrs; Farrell's ~ Following the service at the[iiiii:~ii~iii!!ii!ii ~i~ ~[exhibition of techniques by a m S]~ate College, and]morner, ~rs. nan my: ~virs. rarr: ]] Bible Camp, the congregation, lliiii~iii~:i!ii}i iii~i ~tvariety of painters and crafts- eceived a Master oflen anu Mrs. nouenDaugn use [] Sunday school children and their ::iii!iiiill ::i::~i~i ~ men the first recitals of the Pc- . I ::::::::::::::::::::::::::: "~::~:::::::::~:~ ~! . . ~ -~e from Northwestern]. to work together. . . ]] parents, and friends will gather ,~:~:~;~:~~i~i:~;~" " ~clflc Northwest Composers So- . Mr. Bachman is a[ ........... i south of the creek for a picnic ~ili!iiiiiiiii~!i!iiiiiii~ ~ iciety and hourly puppet Shows of North Dakota State[ ~wrs. hugo .~.mamoom ana cnn- fellowship. The WMF will turn-] ~ii!2ii~iii~ii~i !~! i for the children. 'al College, and Garrett[dren Hugff, Rlcky and Jane have ~ ish coffee and cream. The Sun-i~!~~ ~l The non-profit fair association Evanston, Ill. The wed.ispent the past two weeks at.au- Dilemma gets Bambi no horns--only a friendly petting. Pho- day school will furnish the ice i i~i~l ~ laims to give every artist in the take place at the Meth-Inlper Learn as me guests o~ ~v~rs. tographer C. L. Edwards, acting for Collins Machinery Co.'s Port cream and prizes for the races. [ ~iiiiiii~i~i~ ~ 1 Northwest an opportunity to dis- rch, in Arlington on]tJeorge t+llnngs.. Angeles branch recorded this scene five miles up the Hoh River The tri up there takes a lit [~/:i::::i]iiii::ii!::~ ~iiiii::ii~| I lay his talentsto a large public .... ' . P - . ~,~,~/~i~,,:~i~,~ .... ::::~:~,~,~!~,~!~:~i,~,~:~ P . ill. I ....... 1 23 in western Jefferson County Operating a Traxcavator for the tie over an hour, so those who l ]iiiiillii!ii::~i:: ii:i!i!i::ii!~ ;~ I and to make the purchase of ong- on znursoay az[ernoon au y :_~ [ ........ ,. _ _ County Engineers maintenance man Gene Fraker was approachedhave extra room in their cars t iiiiiiii::iii::i:: iiiiiiiiiiiiiil ~ I inal art possible for every fair -~IFTIt BIRTItDAY [~nrs. Lynn ~oIDy cele~.rateo n.er by the two-year buck wanting to know where a fellow could find and those who need rides, are] iiiiii::iiiiiiii::ii ~]i~]!ii~i ~, Ivisitor Who helped Mrs. Julia[10[hrbir~nnawaYre~erSt%?o~l:rg 2n~ a good set of used antlers, having lost his own at the races Fraker asked to be at the church in time[ i~.iiiii!ili!ii~i ~i!iiiii!i~iil iii![ I Over six hundred .volunteers lebrate her 75th birth-[ ......... Mrs promised to look around to leave by 930 a m QUEEN BARBARA SMITH are required to produce the an ~ek were Mrs Gustaf ISls[er, walter ~un[en, ano " " " , . ~': . . ; .-.'lBertha Cuthbert; Mrs Bunten W.S.C.S. PICNIC ~t~ Church School ' I This year the Evergreen Statelnual evenk involving the con- ~uaryholm lvlrs ule - ' " land Terr,, her children'Mrs Geo n-,,,, xxrcr, S -'f *he M"th"distI] DTTZ:)A7 LIT]: T On Monday Aug. 3 Our Sa- ~ ~,~o ,~1 .... ,~ .... i, ,,, ,h,~ir struetion of booths in the Crafts s. David Redee ']Dalton and John Holing, Carol Church will have a picnic atll vjor~sLutheran church wil] opent.tdvertisin~, to be carried onlHaltand-prtected.verhangsfr ~u ~eastrom, o[ira[ton, lDalt,m a former schoolmate w,~,~h,~, ~u Vd*g,+n,+~,~.,, a,,~ I~..~no,. ..... ?,,~,,~o,,,~ its uo6 vacation t:nurcn ~cnool{" s l the paintings ana starting [ne 'carson, Mrs. Carl Lud-[Mrs Jim Gallau~,her" and Mrs ~ ~ ....+,,~.~-+ wP~ ~,~ .... ~oh,,,+ [ The school will be in session through their many projects andlsales force. New easels for the Mrs: Andrew Hennin.g.[Albert Colston, Mr~s. Gus Pearson: 'F'hose"~'w"is't~ing" transportat"ion u~r ,, I% . n from Aug. 3-14 beginning at 9'through their queen Barbara[display of pictures have been de- }dmh~..fam~ly'the~E}l~iSIMrs. Bill Monigar, Mrs. Bob Me- may call Mrs. Frank Hollis or Mrs. Jim Brentnell a..m. and closing at noon; There I smith' who already has Visited a[signed and other preparations '-':" ......... ~'~*'t .... IGladrey, Mrs. A1. Meugniot and Mrs. Leo McCullough. Cars will !., ,~ win oe c~.asses tram ~nonuay number of service clubs invitinglm, aae to insure [ne wloes[ .pos- ~th,.her-andaefriend'[children, and Mrs. Anton Ludvig- leave at 12:30. In case of unset-lLeaves tar tiermanv ~hrough Friday, both weeks. Onlthem to attend'this year's fair on]ruble representation of regional ~2"_"^~: W ....%."= ...... Ison Mr Dalton and Bob Willett tled weather the ladies will] ._ . .. .... ~ ~rluay, Aug. 1~, at ~ p m, me]september 9 10 11 12 and 13 [ar~ ~guesttnisweeK. I~_~- _h" ................ ~,, ....... : .......... I Mrs Jim ~renmen ~LOiS l'ar-VCS will give a progxam in the __ . ' ' '. _ " I "~,,~-,~ io -,,- admission'char~,ed , . , lUruppeo In ID.t~l-. Jll~t~t ut ~wr~. ~v~ct+u,uug,,~ nuu~ut . " ........... : " "- ..... ~ Aavertisin+, is also acing ear-, --,,'--~ ~ -" *, , , , , sons) anu soiluavlo leit viacnurcn ior arents anti tne con- ~' . N O . ~ at two o clock. ' , P ried out in various store windows for any event, and although over ~ Y VArlaTION [ Mr. Carl Loweandfamlly, and Mr~ v .... t n ....... t ].~tIPlaneTuesdayfrStuttgart',Ger" gregatlon, whorodi~n]nv.~hnvohoonnrormr I100000 visitors are expected, ,~rs eturn .................. ,- ........ " " ...... ,---~ .......... +---.+--" ' d Jo n nann r toe university this year is ex man to oln ner nusoanfl wflo is ..................... ,n~, ,:vc.t~ +.~. u.= .~ ,. ,~ ~.,_ ~ . "]Admiral and Mrs. Lake, also of week in Seattle with her daub, h-] Y J .... , All children of the community led to denict the various ,,arts of]Fair officials anticipate ample ~,~s ago Irom a vaca ~, a mess sergeant in tne army r v ~- M,~ uo,, .... ~, .... ~[Olympia were guests of Mr and ters Mrs W Petterson and Mrs [ ...... are we}come. There will be Iou [the fair Also being nlacod in the[Space for all visitors to enjoy ...... .,~,., ~ ~,~t~, ,+,... , mere. LOlS securea her reserva. o .- ......... ........... [Mrs. T. I. Lowe and Don and Mrs. Ethol ~ob+~din Mr ~roun cnent i ....... classes, ranging from 4 year aids[stores nro 5ooo window e,p~rdP. [themselves. Fair hours are from an(~ ~v~rs l)onala l~or ......................... ~ ~ tlon two mantas a o anu tics ................... , A~*~-~,----" r-.,-~ ~,o'lRuth Packard at their beach cot- the'week ~]hin- at Neah Ba- [- ..... .g , _ __. up throttgh those who will be go-]which will be nlaced throu,,houtinoon to nine o clock each day. d "t~e="c~ildren" f'l'ew[tage last week-end.. Margaret is He was :a'6~omp~nie8 by Alv{ni~e--en wr~ngdm~l~:/iy-uP~Jn,m ing into the 8th. grade this fall.Ithe district ]~iany largebill-] A noted feature of each year's spenolng this week with her Carls t****~ to ~ u nat la~t iillIlUt~2 Eaen pupil Wlll nave nls own vltatlonal Gal 7, and were ioined bv[ " .. " .... " ... on. I hassel so often ,~res,~- ~ a'- "c i ~. . ' . ~i . _ " [boards are being placed by the]fair is a special in " " - ~. - granomotner ana tmtnann Will , , , ~-- ~.t ,~ " '-" " WOrKDOOK ano nanoicraft projects .... r s the .... Sunset Advertmmg Co. in the stra- lery of seventeen leading p ore - ~._ _.lastweek. lnJuneibe here next week. WEEK ~.~s~ IN ~A~ ,vv~ ]caslon of this kind. How well it book The titles of the four work-lte~,ic .,.,..,o ..~ ~**,~ ~..n ~, .... !~innal -ainters and sculntors of aortlv, alter tne J~ourtni . -+..,,~ ~, ., ~,,.-,.,o ~wo~,+o n,,r maK,+ -,~....~..~o~...+,i'~*'~ti'~ OOOKS~ " " are ...... "'Jesus Loves" US'" " ~e~" s l~v,,,~o ~, ~,~-,~,~ a,,u ,~.,..-i~,, .. ~. ,. )Yed ~ ~..~ ..... h, ,riM Mr and Mrs. Alvin Oberkotter Mr an-' Mrs -'rann .... bio[ ...... o,. .................. .. . , .'lett largest communltms centered this section. A wide representa- s househ ld these glnners,Jesus, ~rleno of Chn I. Driving across the]have a bu y o and family drove un to Anacor I ...... ~,+ ~,m,,,, nt ~9 ....... , .... . : ] around the fair [tion of age.groups is also offer- isert, they~eame-to Lakeldays. Miss Marjorie, who has tes last ~eek-end "-to visit thelsomehow'it~beeameqm~ressed~on ~ren,~ ,Prc~mary; 'Our woncterzulI Probably most important of the]ed,,frm nine-year-ol.d Timothy ere they spent a day./oee.n working,at ~weuisnnsplt" Clarence Hennings. They wentlher mind as midnight Fief family .............. - ^ /fair,sadvertisingistheTVsched.l~yoer, ~ea.~ue ceram)s[,, to Mrs. u , Aaa rlarsln e :~eatue s ow n s al in beattle since ner graouauon ule w g , topped in Klamatht .... out Saturday morning in theland friends, who were to see he~r[ADDE~DA ~ [ hich the fairs manager ~ ....... , from the University last year lef~" ' " " Rob r ' ~ranflma Moses wno at eighty- .., to, spend two days[, ......... , .. Hennlngs 30-foot cruiser, the]off were prepared for a midnight[ ,.'- ~ ........ ~,=~,.~-'oo ~,,,,~o~;'~'o ,,, ;~ ~*~"~ "'~ ] e t H Follis, has arranged[ ....... ahn ~ ,--~*,- .... -~ fam last week Ior uamano calit her Jackie J arrivin- at "~i~ Is ' - - :' - - ~ - - ~ ..... "with a number of KIN" "" ~*~ ~iour is again emerlng [ne zalr ~ uruu*er a*xu "1 ..... , ....... "-. ., g ou~ a -/emoargauon. ~ Jew lays oeiorel,~,~.t ,,~ ,h,~ kitchen shower held' ,.+ .v ~t+t-[ ........... . .. ~lleilclan s lnternsnlp at toe All- land in the San Juans about/eho xxzne to c~n it o~,.,,~ t,, hot ~t V"-~ v. ~ = ........ t tions I WlIfl an exhibit at original O11 ........... ,,", ................ " forMiss nemn Manlum the " " " entered are se [meda County Hospitals will cam- noon There thev camned over. lto.ti~,~ that l'2.Ro ........ id [ .~. _ '.. I w.~. ,~ ...... h., ,~.h, ~.,~ ~.,,~. [paintings. Also - lOWER mence Aug. 1. Miss Marian, who night the ~ime nasain~' ouicklv[~'~,~'~'nt--~id~'i~h~"" w~'~,:~'~"~ nitmes of Mrs. ~nas. l~emple[on!.~o~..~, ~,~.=.....2--~.,.~dt~ ,~.._~ ;'~"[lectefl art groups from Seattle N. Aylesorth andMrs. h~SL:~eni~eachl~igviklinde~garten in exploring, fishing, a~d ~l~each~-[re~a'tives were'~'hastil'y~ notified I a2:dvM[r~a~lyr%nmCet~e~P~lrn~mW~e] ~ra~r~ "~',il~l~e~he]d t.~u~U~tfrPom[Un2:~rsltYon the tUg~Trts:ty Calf .~ gave a stork shower e u y, .. g " coming While they were there a/and nrenarations stenned un I ............ 13'30 to 4 on the Bill Cockmani g a ..... - _of Mrs. J. Y. Dycus]catln between ~.eattle and the group of 30 from a Foldboat C]ub[ Brother~'Byron Parsons" took "alllstt tnse senamg girls" Jshow in which the queen and[1,.ege f.Educau~n,a~ ~l:ensDurg= evening, at the Avles. lIamlly name. ~vlarnyn, toe young- in Seattle also came tothe islanding,, off nnrl onmo n,~t tn ar~v,~l~,~*o *..,-. ~. o,,,~ ~.~ n',~,~lnrb, o,~,~ ,,,m ,.o.*~.~,..*,. r~..l*ne ,~rt~ unu ~a~t~ ra. ,~ u.= ldence~'The house'was est who has been a freshmav at with their k,,aks and -ave mem /---"-~ "== *~'t'~o=-2*":,~ ~'~\-h~ -"'2: 2" s,~%.-,~; ..... "~~,"_~ ,"'~t~_" ~_L"" ~::'.:2~7~'~, J'"" ~'~'~2v.?~" "-":lof 'the summer's most outstand- ,, ~.,_ ' .. _.. .,_. . ~ . ~ s -/them to tllt~ ~dttl~-l~cOiil~ ~-IAlmll, Mr. anu~v~rs. oonn 2~-iIl-lZ-xugu~t .1_o zrom a:ao-a me goatj~ _ ..... *~ *--- *~--. e"+ire *amil" -_ ecorated with bou-I --- - -'~ ,,o,,~[bers of the party rides in the]part all went according to sched-lundson Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Am-[owners throughut the area are] o------------ " w pecteuname irom scnoo,,,=^~ .. , eel peas and snap- _ small boats Photographers from~ule until they reached the airport[undson: Mr. and Mrs.Finn Am-[planning some fine entertain-Jr, . r, '" and the gifts were at-]weeK. [the Seattle Times were there to~,and she found she had left her[undson, Mr. and Mrs. Melvinlment with a goat display on a T[][~rnes[ ~3raaIs[ra ,arranged in a bathin- Hettie L6we Guild members[~ake pictures, of the club mem-[traveling checks behind A hasty[Christensen, Mrs Amelia Zaretz-[V program Organized labor has[~o ~ |. was also a present and their husbands are planning bers in their l~yaks. The Danubios[collection from the other mem-[ke Mrs. Stella Parsons, Mrs. J. W.]been invited to help advertise the[l~leS ~S l~esu|t oI ts wore a corsage, the their summer picnic for Friday]and Hennings returned to Ana-]bers of the party, Mrs. Myrtie[Jol~nson. [fair on August 20th Betty Evans[.., . .. . ~hostesses. evening, at 6:30-7:00 at the Mans-[eortes Sunday evening after a]Ambrose of Upper Preston, Mrs.[ Miss Eda Lang is visiting her[has invited the fair on September[l,a~nl ~ccident - resent were Mesdames field summer cottage at Warmtmost enjoyable week-end. Mr.[j. A. Gray, Sandta Parsons, Byron[former home for a few months [4th to be present for a half hour[ enkle, Wallace Preston,[Beach. [Henning will again be superin-]Parsons and Stella Parsons re-[sunday evening a nartv was ~iv~[shw in which the County Exten-~ Ernest D. Graafstra, 33, Route ~orn, Leo Hall Elmer Members of the Ladies' Circle tendent of schools in Anacortes stored her funds so that she .- ~ "- ~ "~ sion office will help in dis la 2, Marysville, died Tuesday at ' 1 " . . en in her honor, Mrs. Dale Steck- . P Y- . . . _Lyle Preston, Frank of the Congregational Church[m s coming year- ]might continue on her way. [ elber~ and David Steckelber~/lng some 4-H feats. I an Everett hospital from injuries e~Parker. Ed. Oberg,]are planning a special treat for] ....... ,[~_ **,_ " .......... I Then there :.Were goodbyestcom~)~ning their birthdays, at] These two shows are also plan.]received eight days prev!ously.in -uarnold J~urns. Tnoselme Duslness peopm ano bamr-i_ w*a"a t_,~ut,+~, toe uaugntt~r O~lami~ a flurry of ,~icture takin~r ~,~d Mr~ Charles Chew's in,ned for 3"30-4 showing, The ..... t, la xarm aeeioent, newasDorn uc, i Mr u j t~ ~ ~,~ , +z** o ~. **++..,~ fts, but unable to at- day morning shoppers--a waffle!. .and Mrs. ~wurel Osborn, cele- as she boarded the nlane Thel(;ranite Falls After the nartv Mr ]previous the fair is a busy analtber 29, 1919 at Elbow, Sask., -~. Mrs. Fred Thunberg, lbreakfast, or coffee and dough- ~rated her sixth birthday Sunday] ~lane taxied out int~ the "field I and Mrs Cari' Lan~ and*sons and/planned for 10 proc, rams of a-clOt and came to the United States in+ af " v , +, . +, - ~:Heaton, Mrs. Burke]nuts, to be served at the church ternoon wltha party. OtherS[nnd rotnrn~d---~ ~enerator waste, nn,~ Mr~ 'r~n]o .~tookloherg]vertzsing and fMr fnn ]1927, attending school in Arhng- u res " " .............. ............................ ~" .......... ors: George Forsythe,]from 8 to 12,.'30 .Satu,rday, Aug. 1.[ ofnt were r. ister, Anita]not working. After an hour's de-land David d/:ove to Carl Lang'sI The 1953 premium book is now]tan and Stanwood. . ".**ton Puver one nau a , ,,,a= .~u.,,,= ,.,~.u,., ba.u:~ "n " " , ,-. " Y . . [ ................. In,,.u^ !-, .... ,.._.. ,~_~.^ ,~.... Ilay the plan~ was boarded ago1 ,[where the Stecklebergs showed]available at the fair office in] He is survived by his father, 2. ~,ames were playeo, [n~- ~a~t,~- ~,~-~., ... I'~'~'~..' ~. ...... ..~=~-': ..... ~Y'. .... :[ pictures were taken again, and] slides of their recent trip through]Monroe for those interested in [Ernest Graafstra of Route 4, Ever- .~ts opened and a ue Mr ano Mrs Jack ~turgeon eny ~armon, ~onnle ana janet d " ....... ,^,_ , _ "[ . .:. _ .. ...... I ........................ ]this time the bag plane soare IMontana, South Dakota and Wy-[falr entries. ~ett; five sisters, Mrs. Wmmeo ~a was servea. [ana or. ana ~wrs. ~arn l~eDeloan(~]~-~-~;..,t o~ ~,y,~a~v~.,~no ~v~[off to begin the.J:hree day lout-laming. Mrs. Steckleberg and Da-[ .. o [Klein, Mrs. Christine, Campbell * * ~amm ano ~te nen nao a Ilve 1"~ll{2 biail~ v~- ,~.s~tjlll~Jla, allU ~._ Y P [ ........ Iney We are looking forward tolvid just returned from a four-dayl g~! $~ , land Mrs Elizabeth Klein all of ~aOM MONTANA Iday hiking trip last week in the]toe granuparents, Mrs. Me~vinl,,._" ............ av .... eetsI .......................... luass n~ ,,~& m 11 .% IR 2 Mar-svilte" Mrs Sarah E1 Mrs. Edwin Avok had Goat Rocks area between Mt. o n of E erett and Mr. and " yen " s e a " ......... I ............ ] ................ ....... ]Daddy, or Daddy Sees His Se [camp at Deception Pass, where[qr, ,| a, ~ [ k nd Mrs. Ahce Belcher of R. ~..~rlp. to ~on~.ana mS~[Aaams ano M.t. ~almer. -~ney[~5~j._~- ~.,_nu.r.t~_n_ u.* ~ymp~_~Month Old S6n for the First]Mrs. Steckleberg taught basketry.]|O r][~|{] ~eumon ]4, Everett; three brothers, Henry me ~ascaoe urest menus wno were lnvlteo nut! ,~, V!Slteo .zr!enos lnlnlK.eo along .... ..... .~. .. ,Time Come to think of it the l M- ----' ~rs Gilbert Makus| -- ]of R. 2, Arlington; Richard of 1603 ,~ Lama ~oln~ over bv Trail from White rass, covering unao~ to com~" were ~tevle ~e-[n,.,~nt'nells will robabl en'o ..... u ~,~ . _ . There will be a class reunion]Fifth St., Marysville, and Thomas 2 and' ~eturning onlabout 30 miles They carried all bel, Sharon Larson, and Sharon[seem~ each -~thePaaain Yoo ~ y seemed-t-bethe--fcalp~n!-fa[fr the members and their ram- Graafstra of R. 4, Everett. Funer- 10. They report that itltheir food and camping equip-Cole. [ ~ .......... ]gre~ ~vncYo~ncl~en~e.se~vYeral, o~[ilies of the 1948 graduating[ al services will be Friday at 2 hot, the temperaturelment. The party saw a lot ofI Mrs. Maude Barter returnedlRETURNS FROM FINLAND ~q~-:- ~ .... v~s from scatteredIclass of Arlington High Scho(~l[p.m. at the Moll Funeral Home. ,g. when they left, and[snow but did not have any trou- Tuesday from Aberdeen, wherel ............. on[ ............. "~-s IAug" 16th at Leonard s Lake]Burial will be in the Arlington L~le ,Wh~t i~ ~rowina'blo in followin~, the trail Sammvl~h,~ h~a ~,,,.~t ~ u,,~o~..,~,~, h~l lvir. anu lvlrs. ~. t~. l-~uu,n~ ipomts, me~ at tne*r non*~. v*r 'lGoodwin v,,t~,,~t~ ~,,,..~ ,o.._~.^_ .. -. ..... ,- , ~ -- ~. ., ......... ~. ...................... , ...... ,. ..... ,..welcome backI~'-'-,,~' ..... ~n who was RuthI ............ '~"" ,,~,~t~ry. Y " " " w d wc.c **app2 tu .wa~,**,~ ~uu~. although some isicaughtfivetroutin Pack oo ]daughter and family, the Rayl ...... ister Mrs Al ]Price a d is from Tulsa Oklaho ['-----==---:---=----~=---------=-~ ........................................... ~OUnd Great Falls. ]Lake. " [Glynns. Her two granddaughters,~vlrs" t~OOlnSons S ,,_ _[[ , n_ : _, ......-]; ................................... r ....... [Marilyn and Laura Glynn, are] ~re..a. ~.oaerstrom,.[rom ,net rece~t[ma, wasnone_ymoon~ng an.?. stop,[] ~ri~,~:~ K'~ ~-~-~ ~T~:*,.~-~, VIGIL tO Vlnlanu to v,~,t ~tat,v~ peu in to snow u~ ll~:~l llt~W lllA~- ' ' [now VlSltmg her. Other recent[ ........ m[ ........ [~ lJ. ~ ~t.]l~U~llJl~ IN r,~';~l -- I"uests of Mrs B-rter wereherlanu irlenos.Mrs. booerstro /bona. mr. ana Mrs. ~eorge car-/i s . a " e i~ made the top both ways by plan man (Aunt Opal) from Bakers- That he would rant " " " Mrs, Ray ......... le' ................. g you, according to the riches of his glory, ~~ ' /ter of Sacramento a"d her threeIon ]Juno it a very comzortau [ilel(1 Ualli. Mr. anu ~v~rs. ~am/~ ._ ,_ ............. ."~g~-..~I~. ~ ' " ~wa- to travel |Preston from Monroe were din |$ to ue strengmeneo wltn mignt Dy his ~pirit in the inner man; children ~ ' . ~-~/ / " " [ ~ ner guests and Mr and Mrs Or~]~ That Christ may dwell in your hearts by faith; that ye being .. Dr ~ and Mrs Ben Burgoyne I ' . . . ~~~ /~..,,:~ .... .~ ,'-+^ *u^ ..... [ Mrs. Cecil Preston and Mrs. Ed. lville Burrus of Granlt~ Falls and[~ rooted and grounded in love, And to know the love of Christ ~~~ / residence at 21 o Almh co-hosted a dehghtful g -IClarence Makus of Everett, and[[ which Das " ~, that v~ r,l,h~ h,~ ~m,~n,,,~t~ ~n ,~,~ ,~ /~'~ .Haasch 1 S. Mc-. ................... seth knowled,,e ............ ,, ........................ ' - lng 'away party ior ~vlrs. jlml2~lSS ~Aua Long were guest~ ..... ~ /~ ~ ]Lead. The Haasches are now[ .................. at' ............. ~ fullness of God Now unto him th~ able to do exceeding % z " " k *~remnen weonesuux amy ~, tnruuN~t tn~ u~ty. v'.~ maklng their home at La e abunda ' ~ the Stella Parson home A num ntly above all that we ask or ~hlnk. accordlng to the f.. ~~ i /Goodwin [. o . " Mr. and Mrs. Ed.Almliattend-[} W& /~~-~-~',~C~ (i' ! Guests ,,~ the Llo,,d A,,les-]ber or competitive games were ed a Cub Scout meeting at the]~ power that worketh in us. "" J J " r " ~'~, la ed with nzes fo the win ~.~..~ ~~T~ ti ~worths on Fridayand Saturday]P Y P " home of Mr. and Mrs. Brick Bald-[~ 1=,..,. ...... ~ ......... ~~?'l,~]!I ~were Mr. Aylesworth's sister andlnets 2ncludin.g Mrs._. - Barn_e, win on Friday evening. On Sat-]l ~~.:.~i\ [her familv from North Dakota ~ondoM~Se Uaeiee~:ee~K2:ergl'o;~;~e urday they drove to Grand Coulee [-- ............ _ ..................... ,.,,.~. .............. ~r~~~..~II' ~+a, o..n ~,m c-_,.**~,,~n W,,hn I g st Y Y staving at Burke Junction Satur- _~ " ' , - ........ " ...... =:-= ..... = ........... Jm,~ /~r ~ ,,.--,=m.i:+m++~i , ................ ,. ........... , ....... th ' s " [" ' an usezul g~tts tram ose pre da m ht The brou ht back ~~f_ ~t~.i~ /|I~i [Nancy Jo Ann, and James.] ~ . ..... " Y g Y g ]| , ent Mrs Jonn Amunoson, Mrs ,'~t~" // ~ ~.d~II-~ |s[II" ~Dinner guests of the Aylesworth~ I . : some souvenirs from the petrified l| ' J~-,,"~ / ~.~'~k"~] ~I~ [on Sundav w Dr and Mrs E ] Finn Amundson, Mrs. Ed. Bar- forest Dark , /| ............................. ere ............... u-. ........ Mr " - " "- ~- / '~7,"~t_~.'.'~fft~ Ii gene Gill~ert and children of Se- nell, tars.Lyre t'restonL rs. parryMr and Mrs Anton Ludvigsonj| , ,, , . .. , 'attle - uarlson, ~ars tJilDertlvlaKnus " " . ' entertained at droner for Mr. and ~'~'~ ~ Wgl t Mrs Thomas Stan~, sister in ]Mrs, Tom Almh, Mrs. J. A. Gray ................... [| Le~ S (~H p~O~'] ~O c[~eo(~ our ~" " " " r lnrs. Tom Almll ~aturoay even- ~~Ji~ law of Mrs J H M-,rwan- ar IMrs Stella Parsons Sandra Pa ............. [| ~~~ ]rived from Santa Monica,~'Cal., Sw:S andeiMrs~tJ}WmJ~)2::rn'2ihfntS ~'gi't~er a~nn2n~Irsa.ay~ng ~,a/I ,.,,.,,,,..... ,,,......... ", ' "_.~', y~~ last Friday for an extended visit e .... : tar and family at Camano Is1-/| L|ILUI'ULLN ~'/8/L L RIIJ ~ ..,,~*'-~~._~ " at the Myrwang home son. Mrs. Amezia zaretzKe an(] ~.,,~ /| rMrRB.ni-i-,. ~--,,,--,- ,-,,.w i~ ~*'~*~~~~_.~ i At services at the Zion Luther- }Carl and Eugene Zaretzke, al-~'~" ....~ ,~.~ ~sca~ Almli a-d~| ' I-|tUitll"l['-i u/niL IMII| ~, ',~"~,~,,f4' an church last Sunday, July 26, though they could not be present. ,,,,~,-~'~ ~t"~ "~d~were ~,,,,~t~ "~11 ' , k't" ~~. ~~ - Klm Kathleen Elefson was bop- Mrs. Paul Thorgaa nd Mr. the Tom Almli, Sr Sunda,, [| . \ ~,,*~',~/ \ /~/~//'~.~ itised. She is the daughter of Gust Zaretzke called on Mrs. . .. ", /" . /I ~P~P ~fl~ 4A 4 4 4A | 4~|1 " I ~ ~'*'~..~'~'.~' \//7~. Erland and Geraldine Elefson,[Brentnell bearing gifts for an ira- .~ Oscar~outnerm.arK motored to/1N=lfl-ll-l ann l.,H'n " ~outn l~orK tO VISIt the I~USS~II vi --. .,~ ,,i~ ii. m,,,m ~wm~ i~w~u ~. ~ v .~ ~ ~- and was born Feb. 17, 1953, m[promptu party.Frlday evening ......... ._ [| I Oklah nd in n una to t~nynaros ~unaay, Ilnolng [nem X _~*/~k2~~-- . ~ oma, Sponsors, Mr. a Is" ce they had bee ble . . . [| Mrs Mr tt a v not at home ne callea en Mrs , _ '~/ ~, ~ _.~'~"~'~ i . Lester Storaasli and .la end the Wednesd y e ening ..... '. -.. '/| '\ / ~'-~ ~z~,~e)~(~ Mrs James Nugent I fair Mrs Jess Mc nd a 1 m and had n en o ']| ~ la . ~e / , lkn~'I~~.k / ~)~(A'--~ ~" ~;" . o ' !Vic Johnson gave her gifts Sat- Roy Wh't an, a J Y" ~1 ~} lull alcernoons o, roaeo ~'~ ~ /~ ~ ~ .- DICK SCHUH RETURNS ]urday morning able day. [[ " ~ k //-~'~'~',~///l|\~ ~,~ " FROM VISIT IN TENNESSEE I ..... " ~ qe Sun~-"ist Mr and Mrs Claude Damaske[| lvlr an(] Mrs ,.St uqu " i ~%~*'~ ~/\'//I~k~ ~ " Dlck Schuh, son of Mr. and[o,,~ ,~. ~..; a,:~ % r, ~,,h~ .... drove uD to Skykomish Saturday]| t" a* . . " , ~ ~" ~I k ~.~.~" s. LeRoy Schuh of Lake Good-tattendo,~ ,h.. =o-le ,~icnic at to VlSlt Mr. and Mrs. Earl Riddle. ]| ~) Olff evemnffs ol entertainment i~~~~,~ ~\ ~ ~?ar~twU~ne~d h?s'niteiTh~I[~ldaYta~'l Lt~gY~?dSl aP~ks~U~d:Y:b~ndiSmaY Th~dg::tlen~e~adVeret ::e:Ch::llll| -- " ' : ~w nn., where he. enjoyed a visit Mr and Mrs Albert Lind" and' other for 24 years. Sunday the Thousands at e ]5]ts" ~Im~,.__. --% , ith his brother Tom and sister-io .: "'" Sar . Damaskes drove to Bellinghaml, ~X~ ' in-law, Gloria and son Mike, Mrs.l~am~jY arrivea ~rom c.a.ment.o, and Fishermen's Cove, which I| ' ""-----~---~--~ Schuh being the former Gloria 5mlit., weanesuay to visit tnelr the,, n,~,,r~h,~ as most beautifulll 'Joer "~ "family and friends They "were" "~ ....... ,,.. . ' genson,,daughter of Mr. and .... :.. . . now. They returned home Man-[| n | ! / 1 Mrs znursoay evening inner guest NGUISHED , . Ax~l Joergenson of Arling- .-. .. . ~[ . ~ day ]| ~ana music earn uay ~,3 ~ ...... ton. He accompanied Ed Lyons of the ~:stle bunaqulsts. "~ ~n'~ o,~n ~ t ..... n ~,~t~l~,~ }| ;~(l[r~q~ 1'~,9?,"$'/'Z'l~'a/'~,'V~ of Seattle visiting many places Carl and Eugene Zaretzke left , ,,"~,",~':L~,"~='r,'~,L'~'and"~'~rn~o's":[| wv~v~:~.~ ~v~,~u~vu~.,~u of interest, including Yellow, for camp Silverton Monday and .,'+~"~,,"~s+".'~"','~":,,,,~s,~',~~ ~r [| ~dic " stone National Park He returned will return Friday , , ~ atmns of vour own good taste------the correct- ~ _ _ . =_ __ and Mrs. John Amundson Sun. [[ i One of ashm t:on State s lar-est ~. - name Dy PUS vla me soumern Mr ann ~rs Hilbert Dressell -~-- ~ lu -- ~ m a .... ' ~-' ~'~ U~y. , ad smaxtness of mvltatlons printed to your states and West Coast Needless and son, of Everett, were Sunday .............. '" ~'res*^- e- [| ~ " .... " " " 111". 12IILl ~.VII'~. %,t~Ul,t ~t- t, Ull X*" LIVeStOCK" J)]s [a -s to say he was very glad to get dinner Gus z ' P . .... " guests of the t Zaret - tertained Mrs Preston s brother[i " . back to our own beautiful state kes Wednesda-" evening Mr and .... =+-" - -" ~ "- " o ... ;. _ ~ ana ~amny, Mr. ana Mrs. ~eorge]| PROMPT SERVICE o~ wasnlngton. Mrs. Zaretz.ke. drove outto High- Watkins. of Mukilteo Sunday.l| . ....... A.O.U.W. PICNIC ' way 99to V~Slt Mr.ana ~rs. ~or- Janet Preston has ,received word [| Plan now to bring the entire familytothe ,Fair. "--II Alfll'~ SUNnAY A,,,.._,,e.,, ~ man ~nutson anu ,.~a,,t ~u,,. ner nusoano .I~lCK arnvea ln|| ........ The 1 d Mr an s . Ik, ilJll "~t~ ,v~o ~ c~ t~ x~r .~.i .... m h~ y a so calle on d Mr Guam July 18, [| ' ,,~,~'~ ~" "~'~r+".~."~,~"~'~'~+ "'~'~..~ Nels Knutson. The Knutsons were Mr and Mrs. J. W. Johnson ]| Goodwin on. Sunday, August 2.nel.g..hbo~is of the Zaret es in B1 Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Bird were din. , , A~,|~,--~---- ]~,~,--~.--~ ~.~r~ o dJ1, M nn ner guests of Mr and Mrs Bill[I Another Wash,Hton Centemal Attraction ~-~kllllL tOIL llllitllL~ 'q,...AUO " " " v In Arlington . Phone 1344 A gay crowd gathered at the Davidson of Granite Falls Sat.[| ...... ARLINGTON, WASH KILLOUGH CLEANERS Gust Zaretzke's Tuesday evening urday evening. At midnight they [| ~ for to surprise Mrs. Zaretzke on her all motored up to the Johnsons[| , . EXPERT CLEANING birthday. She received several for another cup of coffee.[| ,,, , , ....... ~,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, , , ,