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PAGE SIX THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, TttURSDAY, AUG. 9, 1951. .--. Mrs, llorace Enyeart, , Arlington ttospital Monday af- Edward Watson I ternoon just five minutes apart. One little girl was born at Burned to Death ~ o'clock and the other at 2:05. ~The girls weighed 6 lbs. 6 ozs. Darrington felt the horror of and 6 lbs. 15 ozs. They have not, another big tragedy Saturday as yet, been named. They join night, when Edward Watson, 36, three sisters and ttlree brothers. was burned to death in a bunk- Mother and daughters are do. house at the Sauk camp. ing nicely. .About 10 o'clockc Saturday Visiting at the home of Mr. n~ght, a nre at the oaUK ~lver and Mrs. Nels Bruseth this Lumber company camp was re- week is Mrs. Bruseth's mother, ported. The firemen and truck Mrs. Laura Falk of Seattle. were rushed to the scene but .......... , rze. r~ooert ~arnara, wno nas they were unable to save one ........... ..... oeen vlSl[lng a[ me nome oI bunk]louse in which watson ..... -. ........ ., ms sister ana Iamlly, l~,ll', anu was sleeping. , Mrs. Charlie White and four The eight-bedbunkhouse was 3aughters, for the past two a complete loss, and another months, left for Florida Monday nearby badly damaged. The fire afternoon, where he is now sea- was thought to have been start- tioned. He had been stationed ed by a cigarette. * in Alaska prior to his visit here. Fire Chief Walter Bates says Visiting at the home of Mr. "the boys did a wonderful job in and Mrs. Charlie White and controlling and putting out the family this week is Miss Doris fire, with a minimum of prop- erty damage, considering the conditions." Edward Watson was from Chattanooga, Tenn., and North Carolina, but had been in Dar- rington about 3 or 4 months and was employed by the Sauk Riv- er Lumber Company up until the shutdown. His wife and ~wo children had been here only a short time and had left Satur- day night to return to North Carolina. They had been living at the Mountain Loop Motel. Fu- neral services will be at the Bap- tist church' Wednesday. Twin Daughters , Mr. and Mrs. Jack Parris are the amazed parents of twin daughters who arrived at the P DARRINGION _ THEATRE FRI.-SAT., AUG. 10-11 ]~andolph Scott - Adele Jergens Raymond Massey - S. Z. Sakall "Sugarfoot" (Technicolor) Favorite Cartoon - Little "Rascals Comedy - Bugs Bunny Cartoon SUN.-MON., AUGUST 12-13 Spencer Tracy - Joan Bennett E]iZabeth Taylor - Don Taylor "Father's Little DMdend" News - Candid Microphone Warld of Sports - Color Cartoon DO._... VBLE FEATURE' MacDonald Carey * Wendell Corey Mmoun Ra,d (Technicolor) "I~retta Young - Barry Sullivan "Cause For Alarm" Color Cartoon FRI.-SAT., AUG. 17-18 DOUBLE FEATURE! Roy Rogers - Penny Edwards "In Old Amarillo" Richard Denning - Hlllary Brooke "Insurance |nvestigator" Metric Mc!ody Cotor Cartoon l-Iayden of Seabeck. Mrs. Gertrude Sterling is vis. iting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin St. Louis and son Kenny at Vancouver, Washing- ton. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Under- wood, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Danielson of Darrington, "Mr. and Mrs. Charles Szekely and daughter Kay, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Woodward, all of Seattle, and Eric Danielson of Trafton pic- attle. Donald Jones and son Dean of Port Blakely spent last week at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Riley Jones, and vis- ited other relatives. Visiting from Wednesday un- til Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Riddle and fam- ily were Mr. and Mrs. Victor Riddle of Puyallup. Mrs. Nathan (Bud) Hyatt and: two children are spending this week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Campbell, and family at La Grande, Wash. Guest speaker at the Baptist church Sunday during the morning and evening services was Dale Peretti of Lake Stevens. lie is a student at Multnomah School of tile Bible in Portland. He was on the Lake Stevens football team and has played the Darrington team both here and at Lake Stevens. Mrs. ,Orville Pearson and son Dick spent last week at Camp Lagoon on Camano Island. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mar-i quarts left for Alaska Friday. They went up with their son A1-1 vin, whose home is there. He] was returning from a short vislt/ '-and business trip. They p].an to oe gone about two weeks. Ab Reece of Darrington, Mrs. Lillian Spears of Everett, Mrs. iless Morrison of,New York and Mrs. Alice Elinor Lambert of Everett picnicked at Becial, Sun- day. Week-end guests at the home ~f Mr. and Mrs. Jim Reece and family ~vere Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mathis and Larry a'nd Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mathis and two chil- dren of Marysville. They spent the week.end fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Taylor and Mrs. Lewie Noble visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mann at Everett, Saturday night. LogDing Operates on Hoot Owl Shift Washington Veneer Logging ,'~'~ .................... ~-~-~-*-~--,--~ .~.. i Co~ npany started logging on thet IN blending Washington Co-Op Feeds there is no guess- work. Every ingredient is accurately weighed on automatic scales that weigh to a fraction of an ounce. These scales are the same type used in chemical and medicinal plants. The flow of these automatic weigh scales is double checked for each ingredient, and they operate on actual weights rather than bulk of ingredients flowing over them. If any ingredient should fail to go through at the proper rate, the battery of scales automatically stops. These scales weigh ingredients which are blended accord- ing to formulas for the particular feed being produced. If you are not now obtaln/ng qual/ty feeds at cost, inquire about this servlce at your most coavenient Washington Co-Op statkm. I I . ~1 I / Ii II hoot owl shift Monday morning. They had been down for about a week and a half. Most all oth- er logging outfits are operating on the hoot owl shift also, with ~he exception of the Sauk River Lumber Company, which has h ! day. On their return home t ey lunched with Mrs. Lucy Hollings- worth at her home in Oso and later enjoyed a picnic lunch at Squire Creek park. On Thursday of last week Mrs. Joe Hollingsworth and two Riddle and family were Mr. and and two daughters, Janet and Mrs. Doy Riddle and daughter[June, went to Lake Goodwin, and Mrs. Alice Plant,all of[Wednesday. Mukilteo. ] The 4-H Girls cooking class Mr. and Mrs. Claude Tatham met at the home of Marjorie Col- Mr. and Mrs. Bueal Forres'te'r:[lins last Tuesday. Mrs. A1 Ny- Tommy Tatham, Mrs. Adeline!strom was a visitor. Marjorie Tatham and Clyde Tatham at-gave a demonstration on makingi tended the funeral of Dan Ta- cocktails. [ tham in Everett, Wednesday af- Mrs. Ethel Keenan, sister toI ternoon. Dan Tatham was an Bill Clayton, left for North Caro- uncle to Claude, Clyde and Tom- lina Saturday night to care for my Tatham and Mrs. Forrester, a son who is ill and a brotber-in-law to Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Faulk- Adeline Tatham. Visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miles and faro- fly on Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday are Mrs. Ernie Diviney and two children of Texas. Mrs. Miles will take them to Everett Tuesday to catch the train. Mr. and Mrs. Lewie Noble' and two children and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Taylor and family pio nicked at Flowing Lake on Surf- day. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Howard and Mr. and Mrs. Art GIadsjo spent Sunday at Camano Island raking smelt. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Kamm and daughter Paula spent Saturday and Sunday visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Elmen- doff and family of Auburn. Mrs. Alta Long and Mr. and Mrs. Guy McMahan attended the wedding of Miss Donna Bre- on of Arlington, Saturday night. They were overnight guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl McQuesten and son Of Arlington, and attended the Tarheel picnic in Arlington on Sunday. Miss Kathleen Loughnan spent last week at the home of Miss Marylee Brooks of Centralia. Week.end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Lough- nan were Mr. and Mrs. Nell Bur. gert of Gig Harbor. Mr. and Mrs. Milan Johnson and two children of Seattle spent from Thursday morning until Tuesday at the home of Mr. and NIrs. William Enyeart and fam- ily. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hollings- worth and family made a bus. iness trip to Arlington on Satur- nor, Mrs, Minnie C. Angel and Troy Davis drove to Indian Beach on Camano Island, Sunday afternoon. Gary Hooper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gone Hooper, was an over- night guest of David Faulkner on Saturday. Visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Riddle and family from Friday night until Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Riddle and daughter of Puyallup and Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Riddle and son of Sumner. Darrel and Dale are Ray's nephews. The Sauk River Ramblers will be playing at Concrete on Sat- urday during the Cascade Days celebration. Week-end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nels Bruseth were Mr. and Mrs. Staff Falk of Seattle. Mrs. Jennie Boehmer and son Merle visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Clement of Fortson, Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Secrist and fam. fly of Olympia will be at the Cal- vary Pentecostal church to speak to the Young People. They plan to arrive on Wednesdhy and stay over. Mrs. Secrist is a young people's leader. The visiting preacher at the Calvary Pentecostal church last ,Sunday was Mrs. Foster of Ever- ett. She plans to be here, in the absence of Rev. and Mrs. Andrews. Rev. and Mrs. Andrews and family plan to leave for South Dakota for a couple of weeks. They will visit relatives in that state. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bennett Darrington At Tar Heel Picnic Darrington was well repre- sented at the Tarheel picnic held in Arlington Sunday. The Sauk River Ramblers played and sang several selections. The White Trio, Alice, Shirley and Frances, sang several songs ac- companied by the Sauk River Ramblers, all being from Dar- Civil Defense I name and what training they Meeting Held the line of Home Aid, etc., and what At the Civilian Defense meet- sented in the line ing at the city hall, Tuesday, Defense work. She: July 31st, George Tozer, county on our meetif~g coordinator, Mrs. Lilian Spears, have done, to field secretary, Chief Chef Jones, ture to be used as County Chief of Policing, and for other towns. Alice Elinor Lambert of KRKO, We had a and member of Public Relations evening and hope Committee, were present, these people back rington. Mrs. Howard Basler was Mr. Tozer explained the sys- In behalf of the re-elected secretary and treasur- tern under which Civilian De- the children or, Oscar Norris, vice-president, lense is operated and the rea- lessons at Lake and Tom Long, chairman of the sons for operating in this man- to t~hank the f entertainlnent committee, all nor. He also explained the re- for :their contr former Darrington folks, sponsibilities of the local coor. swim program in ~~Mr~-n-and-grs-~-~en- dinator, buses, Gordon ~ :ct neth Bennett and son David and Chief Jones explained the need Waldo Evans 2 dayS,! Clive Crawford of Everett and for identification cards and how derson 3 days, Hat: Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Chilcote and they will be issued, being only to days, Johnnie Le~ Hayter, Jeep White, daughter Melissa spent Sunday those whose applications were jo Charlie White, at Lake Goodwin. approved. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Jacquet and Finances are always a big Carl Curry, Elmer' daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Hen- problem and it was explained Pearson, and Ro ry Bagley~ drove to" Bremerton how the Federal, State and each one day. AI$ ing mothers who v via Olympia Sunday and visit- county governments help with ors: Mrs. Walter ed 'at the home of Mr. Bagley's matching funds. Charlton Hayter, sister, Mrs. Elmer Smith. Mrs. Frank Miles was asked White, Mrs. FoX, The Baby Clinic will be Thurs- to be secretary and treasurer of Lowe, Mrs. Vern day, August 16th, at the Club the local organization and Mrs. Harry Edwards, 1~ Rooms. The Campfire Girls are going .Goldie Enyeart has been ap- Mrs. Bob Jones, pointed by Abe Glassberg, man- Reade, Mrs. Leo S on an overnight camping trip aging editor of the Everett Her- Charles Barnhart Tuesday. They will be accom- ald and chairman of Snohomish Sygitowicz. panied by Mrs. Charles Barnhart County Public Relations Corn- and Mrs. Harold Reade. mittee, to membership of the There was an Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bates and Snohomish County Public Rela- 140 children grandson Vernon Pearson, Mr. tions Committee for the Dar- dren picked up and Mrs. Fred Broom ,and Mr. rington area. ton and /krlington. Sterling Milton attended the Darrington has 88 block war- School starts Tarheel Picnic in Arlington on dens, all women, at present, ust 29th. Sunday. However, there were only a few Jess Shelton Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bates~at this last meeting. Mrs. Spears men who lost and son Jack spent Saturday af- was so amazed to see so many in the fire Saturday ternoon at the home of Mr. and women at the meeting, she Mrs. Paul Woodward and daugh-asked each person attending ter, watching the speedboat rac- Oncluding the men) to sign their Clothes es on television, and Week-end guests at the home' of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bates is KILLOUGH of Mr. and Mrs. Art Ryals and t h e i r granddaughter, ArlissIn Arlington - Bates, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. family were Mr. and Mrs. James Farris t~ates of Halterman Spur. Cunningham and family and a friend and Miss Helen Brown, Saturday evening visitors at all of Seattle. Miss Brown, Mrs.! the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nels Cunningham and Mrs. Ryals are Bruseth were Mr. and Mrs. Ju- SATURDAY, sisters. Miss Brown stayed here lius Bevery of Arlington. 9-12 /or a longer visit. Sunday visitors at the home Sauk River of Mr. and Mrs. Nels Bruseth Darrington Sunday morning callers at the were Mr. and Mrs. Collings of ilome of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Round & Enyeart and family were Alice Renton. Elinor Lambert of KRKO Everett and two friends, Mrs. Lilllan 3pears of Everett and Mrs. Bess Morrison of New York. ~e Thursday visitors at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Mel Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. William Enyeart and family and Mr. and Mrs. Horace Enyeart and sons were Mrs. A. T. Enyeart and Sharon Johnson of Monroe and Mr. Charles Enyeart of Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bates and grandson Vernon and Mr. and Mrs. Farris Bates and children drove to Cottage Lake Saturday, formerly the where they visited and picnicked COWMAN ,dtt~ Dr. and Mrs. Watson. Mrs. Watson has been an invalid for Seattle, Wash. thre years. She was, at one tnne, secretary and treasurer for tho Bm~tist Church society. ~,~" Visiting this week at the home No chanoe in mana~ ement. 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