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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, ASHINGT( N, TtIITRS1)AY, A[i(,. 9, 1951. PAGE FIVE GREENWOOD Goldsberry Johnson, corr. Phone 2tFll Minicent Simpson Keep in mind that this Frida Phone 542 .wening is club night. It is to be a picnic at Parsons in the grove ~, ~ Don't stop for dinner. Just whiz Mrs. E. L. Keenan of home on Lake Goodwin Sunday. right o nover and join in the fun. Ohio, are enjoying Picnicking Sunday with the C. Try to be there by seven o'clock two weeks' vaca- J. Jacobsen family at Camano See you then and Mrs. L. S. Bat- Island were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Once again we have hone:C- a Beach Mr. Keen-Wells and family of Everett, Mr. mooners in our midst. Mr. and ng auditor for the and Mrs. S. 'Tommervik Mr. and lvirs. Jack t~mKaru wno were mat'- & Rubber Co. Mrs. John Jacobsen ]V]r. and ried Saturday evening in West Mrs Erlinff Jacobsen'and family Linn, a suburb of Portland, Ore., rs. Mayo Enselman v - v " ' ties, Calif., visited of Lakewood, Mrs. H. D. Dunn ha e rented Mls~ Etta Langs ~selman's parents, and grandsons, Dick & Rodney. cottage. Jack is emplo:ied by the Mr and Mrs S F Donnell t~ureau of Public ~oads. George Enselman, Mr. "and Mrs. "Victor" Johnson l Speaking of roads, and who were dinner guests of Mr. and doesn't? Itis most gratifying to rs. Merle Williams Mrs. J. A. Husby, on Monday:see A-1 bemg w~aenea.. Cir. and Mrs. J. C. venin~ i Mrs Jeneth Jonnson nas re- e ~ :. and Mrs. Reuben "'r ....... m le I covered from an attack of quinsy at~ their summer iv,. anti Mrs. ~nUCK ~e p - . . ....... J and is all smiles A letter from tonand Iamllyreturnednomel ...... " . . .... ---- . . l,,enetn saymg ne was leavmg Saturday evening after spendmg[ ........ . ~orea Aug 6 and expected to de 2 weeks m Cahforma. In Santa J- _ " ....... - nome August 1~ was 3ust tne Rosa they vlmted Mrs. Temple-J ...... ' i r meulclne sne neeoeu ton s brother and w fe M. andJ ....... " .... ' lvlr. anu wrs. Joan LUtnl were Mrs. A1 Bulle at Atascadero. TheyJ ............ md[arour .... * .... t, ..... ~. o,.nlflengnteanyanunexpecteoulsltl de ............................... from Mrs Grace Harri an old Mrs. Chuck Buelle and family3 . , " ...... ' .... SLIPS ........... , o.oo, mate oi Jonns zrom aou- also iylr. aria Mrs. Ace Jxenniy aH ...... - .. ,~ ~,_ I ene, r~ansas ~vionuay Mrs riar- LOng ~eacn. I .... ' n .............. ! rls resides in ~remerton at pres- lvlr and Mrs iVllltOn Llastrom] nt ~h m ......... e . ~ e ca e Iortllleo With vlmted Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Pe-[ i ~ r ......... p CtU es an(1 aoueo to doBn the, terson m Portland several days[ .... ? _ . i dO you rememoer wno nap last week. The ladies are sisters " " M ....... pened to and what was his r. anu mrs. t;nester tceese nameg,, came thick .... and childrenof Longview are v " . -, _ ann zast Ior .. , a ery enjoyame day v]sltmg Mrs Reece smother Mis Etta Lan " " ...... ' s g was surprised mrs amy t)tln [ . . -" .. ~ ." - - Thursday by a mslt from Mr ~am ~raetz is navmg a week ........... " o ~. land lvlrs. Tom ~coles oi tort An- IIv~:C~ynnAmy, daughter of Mr.jgetes and Mrs. Viola Hollings- and Mrs Charles Am,, is visit I wrth of Arhngton. Mr. and Mrs. in= h,, ;;,~,q,~ o,~n o,,:,~' ~ ~,,~JScoles were residents of Arling- Mrs. Dick Kuester, in Belling. Jr on many years ago and ERa ---- .... |nao not seen mem since mey nam [nls week |'e ....... IIt in l~z~ Mr. and Mrs. Charles Amy[ Mr " " ...... - s Ira ~'arson s orotner aria spent Sunday hshmg at Kayak[~a .." Point ~ ml~y, lvlr. anu Mrs. yloyu ~reen art, Mrs. Parson's sister, Mrs. Myrtle Ambrose and sons Siflney and George of Upper Preston, gathered with the Parsons in their grove for a picnic Sunday Mrs. Claude Damaske motored to Seattle Friday night return- ing Sunday She visited Mrs. Vi- ola Clevenger and daughter and while there watched the Sea Fair parade which she says was lovely. Saturday she went to the Billie Graham Revival meeting and was much impressed by th~ unusual man. Mrs. Cecil Preston has returned from several days visit with her son, Vernon and his bride. Vern. on flew her up in his plane Fri- day evening. We are sorry to report Louie Bluemke is in the Arlington Rest Home. Louie hasn't gained back his strength from his illness last winter t4e entered the hospital a week ago Saturday for a few days and from there was taken to the rest home. We hope he will recover soon. Mrs. Lois Brentnell was a din- ner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis holland Saturday evening. Later they drove to Marysville to v~isit Mr. and Mrs. Gearld Hol- land. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Robinson enjoyed a visit from her sister of Stanwood, Mrs. Alfred Soderston an, her niece, Mrs. Lorn Rankin of Seattle Monday. The Robinsons were quite bad- ly frightened by the fire in their woods last Wednesday. Mr. Rob- ison was pulling logs iR for fire wood with his tractor when the fire brbke out. It was not dis. covered until he returned from lunch during wh'ich time it had gotten well under wa2}/Some of the neighbors and the Arlington Fire Department .worked to put it out. It was four days before it was completely extinguished. end the ingenious prevents riding I. Those famous Moiud In fine raulfl-flla. Mfl~ delicate lace trim. with daughter, Janice and niece However, being confined to a The W. S. C. S. of the Metho- Joan and Mr. Whitcomb of Hob- small area, it did no damage. dist Church will meet Wednes. da,, Au=ust 15th at the hom"~ . . Z- .... ~- .... . Mr. and Mrs. Gust Zaretzke ~, r, , = week Tney amo enjoyeu a trip nd " of Mrs E~ o .... ~,:~,+ ....... ~ .," .... and sons atte ed the wedding come AnvoneUPw~shiVn~'trans~or" to tne .re nmsula..~ On the~ re- Friday night of Cecila Bergevin . J e, e ",turn trip tney visited ~arl t~am- and Jack Dodge at th~ ~'~+~-^-~i-+ * ~ ~ ~YZ~tllUU ~L tarpon call 1722. ..... _" seyer in West Seattle. Church in Arlin=ton Mrs t~ennetn Willie, aaugnter . . . . ~ - ~_. .... " .....~ ~,,,.._,~._ .., ,,.._,,__.~ lvlrsirma Leacn returned Mrs Eugene ~oyer and son Ka/ell ~IIU iVlclIllyll UI Hi:~tlOl'll ,a~ ~' ~- ,-~ IT r,~,~ r~ __ " __ __ __ rvr,~ r~,~,~,~ uo;1 ..... n o.~.~ ~I~' zvlonoay zrom t;amp ~ ~m ~en on Bobby anu uaugnter Mary t, ou ]'v'vi~'e~l"'wi~l~"l~l~rs~'~acl~"S~r" Lake Couer d'Alene, where she of Granite Falls were guests of ~nn nnd Mr~ l~zta'Tr.ov T,~'i attended a state meeting of Con- Mr. and Mrs. Gust Zaretzke ~a7 ................ ?'~J .... "[gregational Church Women. Tuesday. ~l'r and Mrs Wm Baird andl Mrs. Blanche Lane had out-of- Miss Sandra Parsons has re- " " ...." D ~. ,~ itown visitors during the past turned home from Burlington son Ross of Vernu,, ~. ,~., vx~- w itod tho nn~t ~xrr~ak- xxrlth M,c [ eek-end. Chuck Homer son of where she has been for a w~ek ~.~d~'~m~l~ .................. Mrs. Gilbert Hosier, Mrs. Lane's and a half attending the : Free i --'~-,-~ -_7"4~" ,~ ,-, . . .... ~'housekeeper, was home on leave Methodist Camp meeting, BtVit~'iean~a~S'a~e s~2d~.S~"tt~elfrom the San Diego I~aval t~en- Mrs. Tom Alrnli is spending a wook with t~i~ d~=ht,~-~'~,~n ter during the past ten days. few days at Island Station~ in fa~i']..--'k'~_ ~":'L~'*~-~'.."~?".Mrs. Lane's grandchildren, Car- the home of her daughtex,, Mrs. .y ivlr ~tHu vlIS l'~eltll g~rli~i'an " " la and Mike Metzger of Florence,;Ivar Drivstuen, while they are ~'~; .... "'; ......... IOre, were here for the past vacationing twr. and lwrs. tvar wyatt spentw .... ~v~, ~. . . -eek. Her son Eugene from Se- Mrs. Oscar Southermark has two uays at mmr Jast ........ attle was here during~the week- returned home from Sedro.Wool- Midriff assurm you end. Mrs. Clara Price from Ev- ley. Her daughter, Mrs. Joe Ne- erett was also a week-end mo is recovering her health. guest. Sunday callers were Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Srfiith of Lucy Marshall, Mrs. Annie Tasco, were overnight guests of Walker, her daughter Cathy and Mr. and Mrs. John Luthi Thurs- Shell Pink, Powder g Value at ONLY JOHNSON DRUGS Telephone 151 . Arlington to 8.95 friend Sharon Rothrock; Mr. and Mrs. George Peterson and daugh- ter Lorna and grandson, Lynn Ness; Betty and Bruce Ketchum and son Gordon, Dude and Dar- lene Ballenger and daughter Shelley Jerry Calhoon from Se- attle came Sunday evening to take Eugene Lane back to his place in Seattle. Says Mrs. Lane, "And I lived through it all." Having sold his home on Kent's Prairie to Alton Hammer, Reuben Larson will move to Ev- erett this week. Mr, Larson is employed by the Sou~iew Pulp Co. A bridal shower in honor of Arlene Pearson was given at the home of Mrs. V. L. Killough on Tuesday evening. Mrs. Roy Mc- Donald was co-hostess. day. Mrs. Stella Parsons and ~augh- ter, Mrs. Lois Brentnell, ~ade a quick trip to Wenatchee ~esday and returned Wednesday. While there they visited Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Cross, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Springer and several other friends Mrs. Elsie Howell and Mrs. Ira Parsons motored to Carnation for the pioneer picnic Sunday 5th. Mrs J. W. Johnson and son Terry drove to Alderwood Man- or Sunday to join her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ivel Hopkins visiting here from Pueblo, Col- oracio, at the home of another aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs, W. T. Hopkins. The Ivel Hopkins have also been visiting his sis- ter, Mrs. Harry Carlson of Jim ED COMPANY NO PROBLEM HERE housewife is prepared for such emergencies. Her Interna- seven-cubiofoot freezer, known as Model 70, is With 245 pounds of frozen foods. It has more than 17~,~ square ~ub-zeto fast freezing surface A steel wire basket keeps the e wants handiest near the top of this new kitchen-size freezer. Balance in 18 Months Of this Opportunity NQW! Fresh Vegetables Fresh Fruit Fresh Meat , Right at Hand i 7 MODELS AVAILABLE INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER LINE Also 1. H. Refrigerators $220 to $370 Plus Tax Available at 15% Down, Balance 18 Mos. - US ABOUT THEM- COME IN AND SEE THEM Washington Corner Fifth & Olympic Phone 1501 ARLINGTON HTS. Mrs. Mary Best. corre::ponden~. Mrs. John G. Holt and childrer 1 pleasant trip visiting relatives in sons, also Mr. and Mrs. Waylan Montana and Colorado. I Starr and Victor Johnson attend- The Nicks Brothers have beenled the double header ball game busy building a concrete tile ad- in Seattle on Sunday dition to the rear of their home. Mr.. and Mrs. Julius Norman Carolyn and Raymond, of Pauls- Mr. and Mrs. II. Vivien Best and family enjoyed renewing ae- bo, visited at the home of her and family, of Maltby, were din- quaintances with friends and tel- father, O. A. Hanson, and tbe ner guests at the Walter Best atives at Woodland Park in Seat- Aivazoffs last week-end, home on Sunday. Also present tie on Sunday. They divided their Mrs. Ingeborg Moen spent last was Edward Ferris of Seattle afternoon aftending three group Sunday with her 0aughter, Mrs. The Heights Girls 4-H club held picnics, Sogn, Sunnfjord Lager, Gerda Persson, the occasion be- a special meeting Tuesday at Stevens County p!cnic and the ing her eightieth birthday Those their leader s home to make ~ortn t)oKatans picnic. present were Gerda's brother, plans for transportation to Ever- Dickey McDonald celebrated Joseph Moan, and family, from ~,, lot Demonstration Day. The his birthday on Wednesday even- Iowa, Ray Persson and family, girls who will give demonstra- ing. Several friends and neigh- Floyd Perssons of Everett, the tions are Donita Liddle, Ardis bors came and helped him eat Verne Jensens of Arlington, Jen- Anderson Ann Adolfson, Janice the lovely cake baked by his ny Lou Gasoway of Arkansas Taylor and Norita Tveit. Norita mother. Also present were his Those sending greetings were: holds the County trophy for hav- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bobble Flay Persson of Oregon,I ing been county winner twice in Planque. i l~er nephew, Herman Roe, editor succession. This time she de- o------------ and publisher at Northfield fends her title. Should she again In Arlington - Phone 1344 Minn., Dr. Charles Stroebel of the be top winner, she will be per- (21othes Expertly Cleaned Mayo staff, of Rochester, Minn.,Imitted to keep the trophy, and Pressed at also Dr. T. Melium Christianson, l Mr. and Mrs Art Norman and KILLOUGH CLEANERS founder of the St Olof choir,I whose 80th birthday was lastt| April. I Mrs. Doris Bissell has made / r considerable improvement on her I~ home, having had several new windows installed The house has new shake siding and it has been sprayed with white paint Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chrisman of Silver Lake visited with Mr. and Mrs. Harshberger on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Barney Garber had as their guests on Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Phil Park of Taco- ma. On Saturday they entertain- ed Barney's brother, Si Garber, and Miss Rosemary Procunfer of Seattle The young couple an- nounced their engagement at that time. Club Elects The annual election of officers of the Arlington Heights Improve. ment Club was held Saturday, Aug. 4 at the club hall The new PAIR president will be Waylan Starr Vice,Pres., Niles Darrow; Sac. Miss Mildred Arnot; Treas., Mrs. AIvina Planque; Sgt.-at-Arms, Bill Buckley; Asst. Sgt-at-Arms, Harry Carlson; Trustees: Art Norman and Mrs. Lena Arnot. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Friddle, son Francis, and daughter, Mrs. Edna Divine and son Rickey, of Marysville, returned from a Noreen Atkins I And Zenas E. Zeme iExchange Vows Miss Noreen Atkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Atkins of Arlington, exchanged nuptial vows with Zenas E. Zeine of Peoria, Ill., at the Atkins home on Tuesday, July 31st. Members of the immediate family were present. Alene Hiett acted as Maid of Honor while Dick Atkins, broth- er of the bride, was best man. Mrs. Olive Rod played the wed- ding march, Rev. Arnt Quall of- ficiated at the double ring cere. mony. Given in marriage by her fath- er, the bride wore a navy blue suit with white accessories and a ~corsage of white carnations.I The bride's mother wore a black dress with a corsage of pink carnations. The couple will be at home to their friends at 529V2 McLeod Arlington. Mr. Zeine is serving with the U. S. Navy. Creek where they were joined by Mrs. Johnson and Terry during the week. II i i i .... 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