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" TttE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASIHNGT()N, THURSI)AY, AUG. 1;/, 195:k PAGE SEVEN ' [ ALTON FUNK ,1 DON MURRAYS ]_"CL--" " And Son of Old-Timer" ----- ENjoYs LONG VACAT,ON V SIT ON EAST COAST E.Joy I , It Mr'and Mrs Alton Funk are Mr and Mrs Don Murray and O'-. -"' - - ,, r ,, ,.r LAKEWOOD ] | ~lenjoying Mr. i~unk's five-weeklchildren Barbara, Donna and Pa-Iplies at ~estport Inere irom t, amorma Mrs. Hilde, corr. I A....A ~ ..... ;,,* [tvacation- He is getting a long va-[trlo;~ 1,~ft h,~,~ h,,-th,~ c'.~,~tl Mr. and Mrs. Andrew O. Olsoni Jim Emerson, 17, son of M: Phone 2117 I "~' .... ~"" .... cation because he has been with ............... ~ ........ .~'and Mr and Mrs Joe-I'It~s ~e 'Leah M Emerson of San Fra Mr and Mr Ar Har d rnone l~zJ lithe Washington Co-Op for 25[Nrthern June 23, and in Detroit[turned "Sunday evening frol~m a cisco and the late Russell Eme Mr. and MrsSHa:~st~n H~anof .... ~!years. They just returned Tues-]picked up a new ear tin which three-day vacation and fishing son, Arlington pioneer, veteran Seattle were "Sunday visitors at " ~ " day from a six-day, trip to Yel- they continued their trip. Go-[trip to Westport. Boarding the ()1- World War I and former toy the home of Mr an~t Mrs. John FROM EASTERN TOUR DANIELSONS RETURN lowstone National Park. They mg through Ontario, they crossed[son,s pleasure boat the "Andc e" marshal here (who passed aw~ Hart .~Crete Gray and her sister,I Mr. and Mrs;. D. K DanielsonlW:rse' al~Tg~naP(~niaedby:hel~DY2~gl~a~h.eTNhee~ vY s ke dDeona, ts N aga alo Fri}tayafternoon,they depart:l~?v::3:n)~l haSenb(~:nnV~it:ngreli Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lyons and ..S Batdnrf had an extend.larrlved home ~aturoay trom anI , . y. [.. ........ ~, ,1 irom me Pock at westpor~ and[ .... Mr and Mrs lAovd ~wimme raP- ~'~"" ' mr no mr d ........... Dthr.... ~, tha Rg~Fl~x,aet ~,,dll8-dav vacation trio on whichJway over they went through the] a s. onn L. murray, re]returned Sunday afternoon withlIor me past two or three weeKs. ,.,~,~ ,.. (~ ..... T~...., .... ,,.,,~o,, ".a.~t ,~.~;,~ ,),~ ...... ,~ ]they drove 4800 miles eoine[new museum bemg completed atIBoston. They had a cottage at]about 100 lbs. of fish and exoe.[tte has been the home guest of ,,~ ,,;ol, ,h,~ ~,,;,, ~n,~ .~oh~.,~ a~ .ln~,,~ o(~ ,,,, ,h,~ ~'T,,,~r,~Idown to Mexico through Idaho{Helena, Mont. [Cape Cod for the Fourth and for,rmnces and pleasures that willlh]s uncle, Perry RobblnS, and the r....,..., o~..~....m ~...^. -, ,,,. the following week The children E W So er f,~mi1 leawn today ~r, they were delayed 18land Montana through Yellow-[ The Funks daughter Carol [ . ~ endure On the morning tide the - P Y g ~;delitv Gran~,,~ ~H ,~.~ ^ ...... near Minot N.D,, due to alstone, Utah and Nevada, then to who graduated at Everett Jr. enjoyed the sandy Peach there, party enjoyed salmon fmhmg for his home. . .... 19 at 1 o'clock. ~:Washout. in Detroit theylCalifornia. Thev stopped at the!College this spring, is a couneilorIThey alsodroveout to Province-and later mooched for bottom Mr. Emerson m asenIormh,gh, Buckv and Denny Hasko are "I " I Itwn anu ~ace romt me eastern- fish brin in ba s ver ~cnooi an(] at the eno ot Inc .- ~ up ~P new Plymouth m Caverns between Butte and Boze- at Camp Sealth on Vashon Is- m in .. , . . , . g g ck pine yl: ..... ~ spending a few days on Wh~dby thev eantinuod the trip J man sI)ent a day and a half inlland this summer. She expects toiost..po t of the u. S. After leav-flne king salmon sea-bass, tom-I term mls ~'lnter expects to emer ~lan~ with thoir .... n ....... t~ lng t:ape Cod they spent several the San Francisco State College Spent th~ Fourth in Jolette[Yellowstone and stopped at Salt}attend the University this fall [ , " cod and sole. " ~ " " ' Mr a,,n Mrs W-lter ~',iou~,,,, t days ~th the Murrays m Boston taking a course in ~ournah~m , :ihe Paul Verds, meeting lLake City. In Salt Lake City they lmajoring in music education. I bef-re star'in ..... I Westport is surely beeoming l ........ k Mrs. Floyd Kavlor s sisters, o t g me nomewaro anu pnymcal eoucauon ~an ,lSters Josephine and Doro-[enjoyed an organ recital in the] * * * [tri-- ^ft^- - s ................ [the Atlantic City of the Westl ..... " _! ' P 1Misses Ruth and Maude Weath- s - p ~ ~ a ,~u~t bw~ng t~H-ou n[ " ] nlng tO IOIIO~V coaching as a ca-t ~ast Dubuoue the follow. ITabernacle and a trip through ,.,~,~ t,t~vn ~e,~e- [.. " .. ,. g. Coast there are several hundred erston and Mrs. Elizabeth Chale- ay Th ..... ;o(,,~n ,h,~;, ~oth Ithe museum on the Temnle] .................. [l~ew rmmpsnlre and. Vermont,lboat' m~nr,~n ~, *h~ fbati,~lreer- The young husky, who| ..... ,~t,~,~ ,,;o;,..n .,a**. ,~,, ~ ~,o.~,. ~,,~., ,, - ,- the cam ho ............ ,. ..~ . -,,, ,,. ~,.-,~--,,~ -.~.~,~ ~,u, u,~ ~llsins in Goshen Ill., and]grounds, also taking in the mu- .About 25 members a~ended/_ y .... e , the most di-[wharfs and as the fishing tideslweighs 230 pounds, :s plaoymg/Flovd Kaylors'on Saturday a0nored nt n fnmilv nienic!seum at the caDitol buildin~ ] [ne claroen UlUO plcnic at Terrace] rect route, arrwlng wednesday ] a,~nrn,ch th,~ ho.te lo~V~ thai guard an(1 enu on his H~gH ..C~OOI, ~h.. ~-,.~- ........ .~ ~..-.~..- ~... led b ......... " ~ - The en o ed sI h'tseein m Re"'jPai'k Monday During the ~ous July 29 t-e ................. football team He has two sisters, ~ ........... =,, .... ,*~u m,,,c ,,y :, y 30 relatives on their[ y j y 'g ' g " -,. .. ._ _ [ , . , [docks and hurry through fourl: .... " " Iplane from Germany on Monday :is ~ino ;,, v,,,,,,aet,,wn I no but found most of the trinl Iness meeting mey made prep-/ ]m;lae ,,f C'_~,,, U~vl,a, ta *ha n.~r loom marrleu, t,,,,,,,;,,, FruSta'" Ha'~ertow'n~'~Id 'l through California an ordeal on l arations for the flower show to be/ The Degree of Itonor Teenage] t'i ento*crosVint'o ii e*l ae f'}c an" He an'd his mother expect to re-1'"~.":''s" .. - -- " ~ ~ ..... , . rrlda evenln visitors at me .~rove south~;ard along thelaccouT t of the crowded traffic held Sept. 17 at the MethodistlC}ubenJmOS~d_a nxcewlenerroast[enjoy their favorite sport. SmallJturn to the sJ.are asnmgtonlArnold Yjorns wgre Mr. and Mrs. ~ Drive which follows the/conditions. After two delightful l~nuren. Atter me meeting mr.s.[~,2~, ~enuns/open boats propelled by out-laI~ero^cmpmtmn ot ms co.e eIDonald Bjorn and children of Ev- 0t th s l h s in Tla Juana the bill MuaKe served no~ coiIee In on /_.i~ e uuo win mo~may night ~uux~ e Blue Ridge Moun-[day and n'g t ' ' , I .... [The also we .... -:Iboard motors compete with thel ^, [erett and Mr. and Mrs. Odvar affording many miles of[Danielsons startedthe home.[ner DacK yara. [ . y ...... nt ~.?oa~ng an]larger craft and are carefully[,~,,.,~-~-~---~-~,~"-----'------ [Elshaug. '~ v . , , pmyeu ping pong lne 6u young ,~,,,.,,-,~r~,,,,~,,. lews. They stopped at the]ward trek. They stopped to see[ [ .......... ~". _ ,_.:. ........ "/guarded by the U. S Coast Guard,[ a~,~t,,~r, ] The Happy Gardeners 4-H Club , ,ters pre~ent were o .~....vv...~..~. Caverns and at Natural I Ghost Town in California, andI Miss Carol James. of Spenard,[f .... t .... 1 ....... Y[who patrol the dangerous waters. I .......... lwill meet at Mrs. Howard len- ,.ena ~ ec~e uerg, tseCllla ~aDo lvlr anu lvlrs Nalprlt~ornlng ,.Va. They went through]found the small towns in North-]Alaska, arrived Saturday, Aug. 1,[ .............. " -,]For those who have no boat there[ . ' . ..[sen's Thursday August 13 to dis- lvlarina ~aa~, irene v0 nllfl and announce ine engagement oi Aty, Chatanooga, Tenn.,tern California very pretty. In via Pacific Northern Airlines, tO[M~s Jantz g i are charter boatswhich haul one .... !t~ o....~.~,.^ to[CU~S plans for the county 4-H : down to Pensacola then]Oregon they cut inland to come[spend the month with her cousin,[ lout for a tides fishing at $10.001[a.e.]r oaugnter, ,~, ...... 7' .. ]Fair. Lrd o HIcnarflLunaoerg, son o! mr to San Antonio. In]on up to Seattle where they stop-[Peggy James. Monday, Aug. 3,[,, , ___ [per. These charter boats are .......... [ Mr. and Mrs Arnold Bjorn and ~, Kans, they visited the[ped to see the Kappels. They Mrs. Robert James and Peggy and[K~|~r~ [~ ||~r~$a crowded to uncomfortable limits. ~narles ~uno~.erg , m .(~ranne[ Clan spent the week-end at Mr. !Powers family. The Miss-[were very glad to get back to our Carol drove down to Yoncalla, J'._'~_J_'''~" ~Vo ,,.,~u,,,--.,., [ ------------o ]~alis.rlfle wedolng has oeenfie[[Rainie~' an ' v " fm Friday, August 21 at the lm d Dorothy flew home/cool climate. In Nevada on the[Ore., for a weeks isit with rel Golden hnnlversar,, ,~___~ T___L..__ , I r 1 -e Con e tion Church A "[ The annual birthday party fit Lake City as their va-[desert they ran into 104 degi:eelatives returning Monday eve-[ .y IL~U~I l~lSl|~['~ . Ira. cu a~ c p , r]given by the First Lutheran So- were ending;leaving the[weather, thing, Aug. 10. They report a won-[ Mr. and Mrs. Floyd B. Kaylor, i.. ! .| [llngton. o-------- [ciety was held Saturday evening. go to drive home. Miss[ * * * [derful trip, although the ttrive[Lakewood, of Kaylor"Nurseries.]]-~[[ena L]orarv [ENGAG~--ED------ -- [A program was enjoyed, after ad Mrs. Batdorf arrived[QUISTDORFS MOVE [home Monday was very hot. twill observe their Golden Wed:[,~r , ~ . ~,v**vl~r~ Mr and Mrs Pete Santeford[which games were played and noon Tuesday, July 21. [ Mr. and Mrs. Fred Quistdorfl Mr and Mrs Deen Morris of[ding anniversary on Satur,day] orKs[lo at wwt, announce the "en~,aaement oftrefreshments served. Those tak- -L * * * [and family have moved to Bel-IRichland~are the parents of a lit-]next, August 15, with an open[ .. .. . r ........ their daughter, Sharon~'I~ee to Mr ling part in the program were Mr. ,t.UB MEETS [lingnam, where their address is]tle dati~ter Sundee Lee born]house at Fidelity ~range Hall. [. )v~rs. besme tJ]e.rscn, ~v~rs. rio: Ro~,~r Jenny son ~f Mr anglO. Elshaug, who rendered two ers of the H.A.T. Club]709 W. In diana. Ave..They will beIMay 14.~She joins a brother and[ Floyd C. Kaylor and Mertie L.[~t~ensen',an~d MIS~S.Gla~,yswest Mr~.~ Lester ~lenny of~Bryant. [vocal solos, Mrs. J. H. Myrwang rue home o~ mrs. warp/much mmsed in Arnngton. rnelr sister Randy and ttaidee IWeatherston were married in Col- ~ ~--:-s .... , .... Y ~'~", '~"?"~, ..... o ~reaa a very interesting article. A in Everett for a six-lformer home at 316 Division St.I Mr~ n,~. M,~;~ ~e ~iohla-,~[fax Wash., Aug 15 1903 Five a wor~snop~orelemenmrysc.nool AL. FRISINGER ~ladies' trio consisting of Mrs. aner last Friday. Several is now occupied by Mrs. Thelmal,,~;~,~n nn, u,,n ~nr~ u,- ,~uaUe[sons and one daughter were[. Dranans at western washing- BACK FROM KOREA [Howard Swalhng Mrs Elnor O1- ...................... 111 ~ ,~ ton 11 " " ' " ~o ege o~ ~duca~mn m bei appeared m thexr Cen-[Wilhams and children ~Au,~ust 2 6 She has been em [born to the couple, one son pas-I ..... " Albert L. Frisinger of Arling-]son, Mrs. Howard Jensen, sang a OStumes Heirloom quiltsl * * * I s -. "it x ' " a and no ~[llngnam, wash. It opened on on ' [h mn n a vay in inf-nc a th- t was among the 3 505 arm Y .... ployed as bookkeeper at the R~ch- g Y ..... Y . subject for d~scusslon.IRETURNS TO FLORIDA land Electrical and Furniture Co /er in his 13th year Those living l July 23rd with .... szxty-._two p .artier'personnel returning from Korea[ The First Lutheran Ladies' Aid n.teresting quilt patterns[ The Rev. Mrs. Lulu Hoffman, for the na~* ,,ear '[and sponsoring the Golden WedS[pants enrolled and will continue aboard the Gen M. C Meigs,~will meet on Thursday afternoon, ~layed and choices were[pastor of the Four Souare Church v o~ ~ | ~ ]mrougn August 12m. many oi which docked in" .qnn Vr~noi~on|Au~ 20 Hostesses aro Mr.~ N~I.~ :d for friendship quilts.tin St. Petersburg, Ffa., has been [ e"[the librarians are from the state Sunday_ ...... ' ................. [Jac()'bson, Mrs. Sig--Tro-m-me'rv-i-k from the Centennial]visiting her father Hiram Ba [ il:[of Washmgton but others have ~--------o---------~ [and Mrs. Kristine Sather. .... ' .... "- -!come from Idaho Oregon, Illin The Jordan Church will havel o 'ere excnangea along[her, in Arlington ~neo was ac- at~ , " . ....... er colorful nrints for[comuanied bv Mrs Agnes New- ois, Canada and Alaska. a gospel meeting at Sisco Heights SELL IT--If ou he, re an arUel :es. Mrs. Bessie Giersch,[berg'-and Mrs. Marie Bearr both il~:[ Th!s workshop is sponsored by Community Hall at 7:30 p.m.] of furniture, not m usy, try : )resident of the club [of Detroit They are on an 'evan- [the washington Association of Wednesday, August 19th. [ Times classified ad. School Librarians and ~s the f~rst : those present with a[gelistic tour, and are proceeding t | .... e ~one held m the country for the P plate, a memento of down the coast toward Glendal , t trip to Louisiana. Roll Calif., where Mrs. Hoffman's ~on training of only elementary - / ~ answered with activity David lives She expects to be in school libral!hns. ,.~ee (~t~ /-/eQr and old time songs Connors from Rich- visited at the home Mrs. C. L. Marsh on Saturday While here in the Grandview is now with friends and Vashon Island. California about two months be- fore returning to her own church The home of Mr. and Mrs. "Will Verd was the scene of a. family get-together and picnic on the lawn Sunday. Those present in- cluded Mr. and Mrs. Paul Verdi and son George" of Joliette, Ill., Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cole and sons * * * I Jaeky, Georgie, and Gregg, of Bel- Mrs. Harold Matzkellingham, Mr. and Mrs. David easa: t, Ia., spent ten]Reid of Raymond, Mrs. Milton w.ith Mrs. Matzke's[Skittle and daughter Susan of margaret Nold, the lBothell, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Iulv. While here theylStout, Mr. and Mrs. Waylan Ho~od Canal, Darring- Starr, Larry and Judy, and the senior Mr. and Mrs. Verd. ed with Mr. Walker's sister, Mrs. Harry Gunter, and Mr. Gunter. They returned home Saturday night. 4 n II (NOT SUPER 'KEMTONE) racle wall finish---Dries in one hour. It's , Quart One coat covers most surfaces. colors to choose from. 1 Gal. $3.29 ) Per Single Roll 6 x 7 . . . at $3.69 6 x 10 . . at $4.95 * 6 x 6 . . . at $2.98 6x x4.., at $2.29 HEAVY HALTERS, solid "leather, strong rivets and buckles. Halters,'$4.25-Cow Halters $3.25, Calf Halters $2.10 WE HAVE SOME FINE PATTERNS IN OILCLOTH 54-IN. WIDE " Per 69c and 79c ALL SIZES WINDOW GLASS. "We cut to size." All Sizes in Presto Canners We also carry Presto Jars AL NYSTROM, Prop. PHONE 411 Mrs. Dilla W. MacBean, Direc- tor of School Libraries of the Chi- cago Public Schools, is director of the workshop and is assisted by Miss Gladys Lees, Director of School Libraries in Tacoma, as the consultant an~t Mrs. Miriam Mathes, InstructOr of Library Science at Western Washington College of Education, as the co- ordinator. O Use '"rimes" clasSltled ads -- effective salesmen. The noted Sound Film, "God Is My Landlord" Presented MONDAY, AUGUST 17, at 8 p.m. In the ASSEMBLY OF GOD TABERNACLE Arlington, Wash EVERYONE WELCOME--NO ADMISSION CHARGE SAVE WITH PENNEY PRICES... for yourself how much farther your l.othing dollar stretches at Penney'sl SAVE WITH QUALITY... See for yourselfl Penney quality means better service, longer wear--less need for replace. mentl Your savings multiplyl q _. - - . .. ..- j SHOP NO W at your Arlington Penney store.,, from complete stocks oJ Back to School Clothes! A small deposit will hold your selections until needed!