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:i! PAGE SIX THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLIN(ITON. ASI[[NGTON, TItURSI)AY, AUG. 6, 1953. f Mrs. Horace Enyeart, Death Claims Joseph C. Crawiord Funeral services were held for Joseph Carey Cra~vford, Satur- day; Aug. 1 at the Baptist church• Mr. Crawford passed away sud- • alertly at his home, about 10 p. m. Tuesday, July 28th, at the age of 58 years, 3 months and 12 days. He was born April 16, 1895 at Sonoma, Haywood county, North Carolina. He came with his par- ents to Balko, Oklahoma in 1905. On May 27, 1915 he was married to Lola Hattley, of Balko• He and his family moved to Darrington in 1929, residing here, since that time. His survivors are his wife, Lo]a, two daughters, Mrs. Lenola Pollard, of Darrington, and Mrs. Donna Christopher of Sacramen- to, Calif., one son Darrell, of Dar- rington; five sisters, Mary Led- better of North Carolina, Bertha Moore of Georgia, Elsie Crist of California, Pearl Hayter of Se2 attic, and Vera Fortner of Darr- ington; two brothers, John Pleas-: ant and Glen, both of Darrington; four grandchildren, Wayne and: ].,ester Pollard and Lyla and Jer-: rie Crawford, also of Darrington, and a host of other relatives and James E. Faucett Passes at Age 81 Funeral services were held Monday, Aug. 3, for James Ed- Ear Faucett, who passed away at his home near Darrington July 31, at the age of 81 years, 6 months and 2 days. He had been in ill health for a number of years and became seriously ill about four months ago. He came to the State of Washington from ~Texas in 1892 and went from here to Alaska where he spent 22 years• He returned to Washington in 1.919 and had lived on his farm ~ear Darrington ever since. He was married to Eloise Ken- nedy, Sept. 7, 1911 at Fairbanks. Alaska. To this union six chil- d~-en were born. two of whom pre- friends, of Texas, and seven The pallbearers were Buck, Beau~l~n:n Fisher John Bates A1 Howard, ~'2"~'~" u . . ...... Marvin Howell W A Pollard ~ :,ervices were nero m me uap- Morris Lon~, anti John Cloer TheItist church in Darrington with i three Whit~ girls Shirley, AlicelRev" Charles F. Brown officiating.! and Frances ~ang, accompanied[ The s~ngers were Mrs~JimRReecr~ by Mane Anderson at the pl .I ............. ~v Charles Brown officiated.]~.lan~naa~°Blvl~rso~aa~ ~teesw~[~. Burial was in Arlington cemetery•f~" ,~r, ..... ?. ~.^ ~ .... Y~,,~,• 1~y • ~,~ ~ ~ ~ner, Bragg Parris, Fred Blanton, Work Day lqanned Charlie Slater, Earl Morgan and • I I Harvey Hyde. Interment was in August 8 I the Darrington cemetery. • er a m n ' w Mr and Mrs Sam Bates were Aft o th s rest it is no I • • time to resume the work dn the[Sunday dinner guests at the home community building. A big workIof Mr. and Mrs. Fari~is Bates and day is planned for Saturday, Aug. family of Halterman Spur, and 8th and it is houed there will bellater attenaed the wedding of a big turnout. There is a lot ofiShlrley Long, daughter of Mr. work to be done on the building ana ~v~rs. aac~.Long oI )warys- before the Fall and Winter vine. The wecmlng was nero at weather sets in. the First Baptist church in Marys- ville Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock with a reception in the Veteran's hall• CAMP AT MONTE CRISTO Friday evening Mrs. Kate Ti- land and son John, Mrs. Sylvia Hollingsworth and son Calvin Daryl Edwards, Janice Reece Donna Wells and Mrs. Franl~ Faulkner drove to Monte Cristo and spent the night at the camp grounds• Saturday morning they hiked in to Silver Lake and had their trail lunch. They found the lake frozen with snow all around and very beautiful scenery• The trail was in goo:l condition for foot travel. They hiked out late Saturday afternoon and drove back to Darrington Mrs. Sam Bates was a Thursday evening supper guest at the home of Dr. and Mrs. N. C. Riddle and daughter Bette. Bette prepared '¢lle meal and made a delicious pie. Monda~ visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bates were Mr. md Mrs. Roy Gray of Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ashe and Mr. and "Mrs. Tom Doane and son Week-end guests at the home ,h,ere Mr. and~ Mrs. Lawrence of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bullen and Michelson and three daughters of daughter Barbara were Mr. and Bremerton, and a friend Bob God- Mrs Norrn'~n Bullen Mr and Mrs ,..~ ........... ..... ta 'u, statione(~ on me Essex al E C Thurlow and Mrs Charlene qr .......... d" ~ "u " • • . • ., ~,,er,un. ~pen lng bat roar Graham and son Dlckie all ot and ............. " , , , t, ~unuay ar me nome oi lwr. Seattle, Mr. arm lwrs. t~ormanland Mrs. Doan was Mrs Jeanette Bullen returned home Monday 13aun.~gnrd of Mx .... ;n~. and took their daughter Sher el Visiting at the home of Mr. and home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bullen and daughter Gail, of Seattle, s~nt the week-end visiting rela. tires in and around Darrington. Gaff will spend this week at the home of Mr. and,Mrs. Harry Bul. len. Susan MeCracken celebrated her 14th birthday with a wiener roast at Clear Creek Friday eVen- ing. Mrs. Ralph Collins and Mlm. • Tom Ashe were the hostesses. Su- sail's mother, Mrs. Horace Mc- Cracken, of Arcata, Calif., arriv- ed Monday and was at the party. There were about fifty persons attending. Mrs. McCraeken and Susan left Saturday morning with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stoney for their home in Arcata. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edwards and sons :his week is Bob Kettenring of Seattle• Mr. and Mrs. Mel Garton spent the week-end in Seattle visiting at the immes of Mr. and Mrs. H G. Overby aria Mr. and Mrs. R. ~. Bushell, and went to Wood- ~and Park Sunday• On Sunday, Iuly 26 Mr. and Mrs. Garton were Measantly surprised when their :ormer Seattle neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. ttugh Becroft, called on them. • Mr. and Mrs. Victor Gilmour ~pent Tuesday in Seattle. The), ;hopped at North Gate and visit- ed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Stock, where they were din- ner guests. Patty Henson spent last week Mrs. Stoney will spend a week at Camp Killoqua with the Camp visiting at the McCracken home. Fire Girls and the Bluebirds. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Collins andI Saturday dinner guests at the daughter Marjorie had supperlhome of Mr. and Mrs. Ferman with Mr. and Mrs. A1. Nystrom of Arlington, Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs." Lloyd Tyrrell of Stock- ton, Calif., were also there. Mr. Tyrrell is Mrs. Collins' brother and Mrs. Tyrrell is Mrs. Nystrom's sister: Floyd White and son Freddie, of Bremerton, spent the week-end visiting relatives in and around Darrington. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bates and son Jack spent the week-end in Seattle visiting relatives. Jack remained in Seattle, spending this week with his grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Bondurante and family spent Sunday driv- ing around the Mountain Loop road and visiting the Monte Cris- to Camp Ground. Rev. and Mrs. O. I. Borseth of Da~ington, and Mrs. Marsten, of White Horse, attended the clos- ing meetings of the Methodist Holiness Camp ~Ieeting Associa- tion at Ferndale, Sunday after- noon. Rev. and Mrs. Borseth ac: companied by Miss Edith Beaai also spent Sunday, Monday and Tuesday of last week- at the Camp meetings. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Jones were Mr. and Mrs. Gib Huntley of Beltingham, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jones and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Joi~es and family and Mr. and Mrs. Willard Br0ten and fam- ily, all of Darrington. The Hunt- leys brought Nancy Broten home. after a two weeks visit at their home. Visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bryson and family ' ftoer~ Tuesday ~!ntil Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Gene Butler of California, Mr. and Mrs. Bry- son and family attended the North Carolina picnic at Everett Sunday. Gary Hooper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hooper spent last week at Lake Silverton. Henson and family were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Northington and fam- ily and Mrs. Wilson, of Seattle Mr. and Mrs. Burke Henson, of Darrington. Mrs. Bob Hilton, Jr., and daugh- tdr Elaine, Mrs. Bob Hilton, St. and Mrs. Lenore Runyan and two children, Jerry and Jean were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Layton Cabe and family of Everett. Terry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cabe' is spending this week with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hilton, St., and Elaine is spending the week in Everett ~th Mr. and Mrs. Cabe. Mrs. Frank Faulkner and Mrs. Sylvia Hollingsworth and family drove to the home of Mrs. S. F. Hockett of R. 1 Concrete, Friday and ~took Ardath Hockett home. Ardath had been visiting at the Hollingsworth home for the past two and a half weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bryson, Jr. and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blanton and two grandchildren, Lyle Bryson and Mrs. Sylvia Hol- lingsworth and son Calvin pic- nicked at Buck Creek, Sunday after.noon. Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hooper and sons were Mr. and Mrs. Walt Cole and family of Tacoma. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Howard and ~ons and Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Hunter Jr., and sons spent Thursday picnicking at Lake Goodwin, lat- er going to Camano Island. 'Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Hunter, Jr. and sons, Mr. and. Mrs. Clyde Howard and sons and Mr. Bob Ev- ans. all of Darrington. and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hall and three chil- dren of Arlington spent Sunday picnicking at the Whitechuck. Mrs. Andy Christopher, former- ly Donna Crawford, underwent an appendectomy at the Arlington hospital Fric~ay evening. She re- turned home Sunday. Mr. Chris- topher arrived from Sacramento, Calif., Friday night. Engagement Announced happy to announce the arrival of a baby girl. She arrived at their home July 28th an~! has been named Trudy Lee. The little lady is three and a half months old and has been adopted by the Irelands. Spending the week-end at the Ireland home were Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Thomas, of Ell- ensburg. Mr. Thomas went home Sunday, but will return Friday' to get Mrs• Thomas, who is spend- ing this week with her daughter, Mrs. Ireland. Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elige Mathis were Mr. and Mrs. Talmadge Mathis and family of'Everett• Mrs. Elsie Crist, sister of Carey Crawford, and two daughters, Evelyn and Alwayne, and An- drew Christopher arrived from California Friday to attend the funeral of Mr. Crawford. Mrs. Crist and daughters left for their two weeks at the Stillaguamish Country Club as caretakers. Visiting at the home-of Mr. an( Mrs. Dewey Loughnan last week until Thursday. were Mrs. Laugh- nan's two nieces Jolynn an( Alyce Thomson of Seattle. Mrs. Loughnan took the two girl 1. home Thursday and spent theI week-end in Seattle, She return ed home bringing Mr. Lough nan's nephew, Larry Loughnan and a friend, Pat Doyle, of Seattl~ to spent this week here. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ruskow- ski and family attended the Hap- py Valley Grange picnic at Cot tage Lake, Sunday. The Misses Sharon and Gai Meyers spent Thursday at Lak~ Stevens at the summer home ol Mr. and Mrs. Dick Robinson ol Everett. Mrs. Bueal Forrister, Mr. Elme~ Cabe and Mr. and Mrs. George Brown attended the North Caro- lina picnic in Everett Sunday. Saturday and Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Howard and :son Roscoe were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Welch and daughter Janice of Wapato. Jan- ice remained for a two weeks' visit. On Monday, Mrs. Itoward and Janice and Mrs. G. A. An- derson and son Dennis went to Seattle and brought back Mrs, Howard's grandson, Gregory Ar~nstrong. Week-end visitors at the home of Mr. arfd Mrs. Joe Paul were Mr.. and Mrs. L. L. Paul an,,: daughter Linda, of Tacoma. Lin- da is staying here for this week. Mrs. Charlie F. Brown made a trip to ~¢erett Monday. Rickie Green, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Green, celebrated his ~econd birthday with a party at the home of Mrs. Joe Pratt and family on Wednesday, July 29th, with cake and ice cream. Other guests at the party were Betsy Bryson, Pamela and Tina Green, Allen Pratt, Debbie and Steve Green, Mickey Waiters, Linda Green, Sheila, Belinda and John- ie Wilson and Rodney Moore. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pratt and son were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Christensen of Everett. Staying at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pratt and son Allen and visiting other relatives is .Mr. Pratt's brother Charles, of Bell- ingham. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sygitowicz and family left Tuesday for a trip to Idaho, Oregon and Cali- fornia. Mrs Harold Reade and son Douglas went to Bainbridge Isl- and, 'Tuesday, where they spent the night. They returned home Wednesday bringing Linda with them. Linda had spent the~past three weeks visiting with friends. Terry Reece, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Reece is spending this week visiting with Billy Fure at Stanwood. Miss Carol Smoke and Miss Bet- ty Jo Stoney are spending this ~week in Everett with Miss Anna Lee Wold. Visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Underwood is their daughter Mrs. Dale Perry of Al- buquerque, N. M. Mr. and Mrs. Vance Rogers, Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Morton and son Jerry and Hugh Blaine attended the North Carolina picnic. Mr. and Mrs. Norton and Jerry and Hugh Blaine left Monday morn- ing to return to their home in ~lorth Carolina. They had been visiting here for the past 7 weeks. APPRECIATION Junia Morris, Wilma Phillips and Jo Ann Jones wish to ex- press their thanks and apprecia. tion to Mr. and Mrs. Dale K~amm who were their chaperons on a three-day trip to Vancouver and Victoria, B. C. Spending a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charleton Hayter and family last week and attending the funeral of Mr. Car- ey Crawford were Mrs. Pearl Hay- ter and son Jack of Seattle. There was a small sawdust fire at the Darrington Mill Mon- day. AMBULANCE CALLS Allen Adams was taken to the General Hospital in Everett last week in the ambulance. Val John- son was the driver and Charles Barnhart was the attendant. The ambulance was called to the home of Carey Crawford on Tuesday night, when Mr. Craw- ford suffered a heart attack. With Mr. and Mrs. Bob Reece, Sr. spent Saturday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cote and two sons of Lake Stevens and at- tended the North Carolina picnic. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stoney spent Sunday in Seattle visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hageman and came back by the North Carolina picnic in Everett• We were happy to hear that Mrs. Inez Welsh is feeling much better• She was suffering from a case of acute arthritis• She is still in the Providence hospital in Ev- erett. Mr. and Mrs. Val Johnson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Woods and family, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Clarke and Mrs. Lenore Run- yam and children attended an anniversary party Saturday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Grace Edlund and son Lyle in honor of Mrs. Edlund's brother and his wife. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Johnson, of Seattle, who were vis- iting at the Edlund home. They spent the evening showing slide pictures• WHITE HORSE [ Mrs. M• Fleming, [ corresponding: I Camping at the Squire Creek past week ~'amp grounds the were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jen- sen of Seattle. The Jensens, res- idents of this community about twenty.five years ago, renewed old acquaintances and were din- ner guests at th~ Henry Bennetts and Cliff Denman homes. Many friends visited them at their camp site and reminisced over old times. Mr. and Mrs. Jackson Fleming of Portland arrived here Monday evening for a short visit with Jackson's folks and to pick up son Terry, who had been visiting with his grandmother the past two weeks. The Flemings are leaving for a two weeks tour of Canada. The White I2Iorse Pharmacy's new hours are from 9 to 6 each day and will be closed on Tues- days. Mrs. Valis'ka Sehmidt and two sons were in Seattle on business on Thursday and Friday of last week. Mrs. Grace Tucker left this Tuesday morning for S10a'n Creek and the White Pass vicinity to cook for the trail crew• She will be on the trail about three weeks. Visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Woods and family this week is Mrs. Woods' nephew Jerry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lief Johnson of Lakewood. Saturday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs• Floyd Wright and daughter Cheryl were Mr. and Mrs. Verne Hilton and family of Arlington• Mr. and Mys. Nels Bruseth spent Friday night in Seattle at the home of Mr. and Mrs• Harold Booth and family and attended the Fair at Bellevue Saturday• Mr. and Mrs. Bruseth received a letter from Mrs. Clifton Ger- rard of Fresno, Calif., telling ot Mr. Girrard's .passing away in June. He will be remembered as a lieutenant in the CCC camp here many years ago. +.'~tll;ll ,'lllk15~IZlll| k~l, ll~l ~,I I,~ WINKES HARDWARE' Phone 643 Arlington SOUTH FORK Annie Johnson, correspondent. ~hower for Eatons The neighbors at Riverside with Mrs. L. Murphy and Flor~ Maw as sponsors, got together and gave a miscellaneous shower for Mr. and Mrs. Howard Eaton, who were burned out a week ago.' Since everything was lost but a sewing machine, the Eatons ap- preciated the gesture• Mrs. Jim Bernethy now has wa- ter piped into the house. Larry Edger of Wisconsin grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Lewis, is spending the summer with them. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Johnson had as house guest for the week Eric Frans of Arizona. An addi- tional guest over the week-end was Mrs. Johnson's brother, Fred Mattson. Strawberry picking has finally ceased and a bunch of weary l kids are now making their.way[ to the raspberry fields• Miss Marilyn Mattson spent[ the week as a guest of the W. Goodmans in Seattle• A week ago the Mattsons enjoyed a visit from a cousin of Mrs. Matt- son's from Oregon whom neither had met before. The Russells, who are operat- lllg aoman ~tore, nave a Ilnt meat freezer and a complete line of meats. Mr .Simpson, who has been ail- ing for some time, is feeling bet- ter again after upsetting his die! with too many luscious cherries. Denny Furber spent some days at his grandfather's in Seattle. Raymond York of Everett, son of Everett York, former residents m conducting the Jordan Sunday School in the absence of John who is in Montana. Accordions 'Band Instruments Pianos Clearance Sale Representative for BALDWIN PIANOS Terms -- Trades THORLAKSON SCHOOL OF MUSIC 1631 OAKES EVERETT J Ebey-Lake Terry Bunten, Phone 307 Week-end guests Pray home were Pray and Miss Kuleric~ Sunday visitors at home were Mr. and McCabe of Seattle• Lt. and Mrs. Chrk' visited by Mr. E. Chl Christian's brother), h a friend, of White V~ Mrs. Walter Bunten hospital for surgery• ing fine and she i~ home the fifth of Au Mr. and Mrs. Jim Seattle, and daughters Peggy, were guests Woll home last Woll has been busy black cherries. Mr. Frank Coleman were the Woll home. Also man is the former They live near Lake Mr. and Mrs. drove to Anacortes to visit Mr. and Smoker• The Smoker~ residents of this farm was near the Station. Road Named for A road was named Arlington Hei Mrs. Theresa Neely. through several years be called the Neely i Neely purchased 320 the Heights 43 years that time there was she had to take the and then had to go woods to her place. living on her plac daughter and Mrs. J. Woilard, who the place some years Guests at the were Mr. and Mrs. as and son Lynn. GOODWILL Goodwill Industries v household discards on Friday, August 14,' Hollis, local nounces. She em articles given to used to help ple. Requests for pieku$ telephoned to Mrs~ In Arlington - KILLOUGH CL: for EXPERT YEAR 1952 1951 1950 1950 1950 1950 1950 1950 1949 1948 1948 1948 1948 1946 1946 1946 1942 1941 1941 1941 MAKE OLDSMOBILE OLDSMOBILE DODGE DeSOTO STUDEBAKER CHEVROLET CHEVROLET PLYMOUTH CHEVROLET CHEVROLET PONTIAC CHRYSLER CHEVROLET PLYMOUTH CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE CHEVROLET DODGE DODGE CHEVROLET TYPE 88 Sedan 4 Door 98 Sedan 4 Door Wayfarer Sedan 4 Door Sedan 4 Door Sedan 4 Door Sedan 4 Door Sedan 4 Door Sedan 4 Door - Aero Sedan 2 Door Sedan 4 Door Windsor Sedan 4 Door Coupe -- 6 Sedan 4 Door Sedan 4 Door 66 Sedan 4 Door Sedan 4 Door Sedan 4 Dour Coupe. Sedan PRICE $2650.00 $2150.00 $1245.00 $1495.00 $1395.00 $1275.00 $1275.00 $1245.00 $1050.00 $695.00 $995.00 $995.00 $795.00 $575.00 $595.00 $595.00 $350.00 $195.00 $145.00 $185.00 YEAR 1950 1950 1946 1941 MAKE . STUDEBAKER .. 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