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PAGE EIGHT ,0~) THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASIIINGTON, THURSDAY, AUG. 13, 1, oo. Mrs. Horaep Enveart. 2~a~bulance Cases "~ev. Brown on Vacation; Pinky Martin, employee at one Subshtute Holds Services of the mills, was taken to the The Baptist Church in Darting- Arlington Hospital Friday after. noon, in the ambulance. He was suffering a severe hemorrhage of the nose. Orville Pearson drove the ambulance and Mel Garton was the attendant. Hause Ratcliff was taken to Ar- lington Tuesday morning after becoming very ill with pneu- monia. In Arlington, he was transferred to the Arlington am- bulance and taken to the General ton has received new large silk United States and Christian flags. Rev. Charles F. Brown, pastor of :he Baotist Church, started his :bred weeks vacation Monday. Rev. Max Xell, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Kell of Sedro- Woolley, R. 3, will conduct the morning services at the Baptist Church on Sunday, Angust 16th. Rev. Kell married Eloise Bryson, Jaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank ~ryson, Sr., formerly of Darring- Hospital in Everett. The Darring- .~on, and sister to J. C. Bryson and ton ambulance was not running Frank Bryson, Jr., of Darrington. properly, making it unwise to rev. Kell has a church in Ten- take it any further. Ed Hunter, nessee. Jr., was the driver and Clyde Ta- --------. tham was the attendant. Friday night visitors at the ---------- home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bry- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brown and ~on and family were Mr. and Mrs. son, Mrs. Clyde Tatham and Mrs. Max Kell, Jr., and family of Flag Bud Haga' spent Saturday in Ta- Pond, T~nn. They will be here in coma visiting at the home of Mr. Washington for about a month. and Mrs. Bill,Weber and daugh- Week-end guests at the home ter and also visiting a cousin, of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bullen and Mrs. Goddard, who is in the hos- daughter Barbara were Mr. and pita] Mrs. Goddard will be re-'Mrs. E. C. Thurlow and Mrs. membered as Mable Youngbtood. Charlene Graham and son, all of daughter of Jess Youngblood, Seattle. formerly of Darrington. Mrs. Goddard spent several years in ~;nrairm Ankle Darrington .and attended the -'--- ......... a .... I Mms Barbara Bullen fell off scnoom She is now the mothe;[ ladder Monda mornin~ while . ] Y ~, of three children. D l j picking plums and sprained her Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd uva l[ right ankle. The ankle had not spent Saturday visiting at the]regained its strength from a pre- home of Mr. and Mrs. Edwardlvious sprain. Yanasak and family of Orting.[ --------- Mrs. Yanasak is Mrs. Duvall's[ Spending the week-end at the niece. [home of his parents, Mr. and -- [Mrs. Olin Cabe, was Donald Cabe President { of Sappho. Mrs. Elmer Wood, Mrs. Tom Visiting friends and relatives Ashe and :wo daughters Janet in Darrington this week is Mrs. and June. and Deloris Wells went Bell Mallonee of Issaqua. to Tacoma Tuesday. June and De- Bill Bryson celebrated his loris stayed until Friday: The birthday Sunday with a picnic rest of the group returned to Se-~at Clear Creek. Besides the hon- attle the same day and were ored guest and his family there dinner guests at the home of Mr. were his parents, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. John Sullivan. Mrs. Avery Bryson of Sauk, Mr. and Sullivan is the former Connie Mrs. Clarence Bryson and family Hem. The returning group were of Bennettville. Mrs. Helen Stet- quite thrilled to see President son and family of Seattle, Mrs. Eisenhower while he was en- Bernice White and family of route to the airport. Janet went ~remerton, Howard Bryson, Dew- to Tacoma an3 Vashon Island ~y~ Bryson and family and Mr. on Saturday. and Mrs. J. P. Christensen. ---------- Week-end guests at the home Mr. and Mrs. Owen Wells and of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Curry and! family went to Seattle Sunday to. ~amily were Mr. and Mrs. Leslie attend a family reunion. There 'Enger and children of Everett.~ were thirty-two persons attend. They spent part of their visit fog. Two nephews, Dale Mar- ~driving around the Mountain wood of Pato Alto, Calif., and Loop road. The visitors' daugh-i Grant Ulose of Victoria, B.C., ter Priscilla is spending this came home with them for a few week with Karen, daughter of days' visit. Mr. and Mrs. Close Mr. and Mrs. Curry. arrived Monday to spend a few Visiting for a few days last days also. iweek at the home of Mr. and Mrs. :Lawrence Freese and family was Clinic Aug. 20 Mrs. Georgia Rogers of Arling- Baby Clinic will be Thursday, con. Mrs. hogers is Mrs. Freese's August 20th. All chil-: mother, Mr. and Mrs. Freese and dren should be brought in at this~ family spent the week-end at time in preparation for ~tarting, ~.,~Ipl~ur Creek. to school. School will start t Mr. and Mrs. jack Faucett And Au ust 26 s g " " Mr. ano Mrs. Bill Bryson at- [('L~ded tt~e auto races in Seattle Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bates at:{Saturday night. On Sunday Mr. tended the " Darrington a n a. and Mrs. Faucett attended the Marysville Sunday School picnic O~o school reunion picnic held at held at LakeGoodwin Sunday. [he Oso school. Saturday night visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Broten and family were Mr. and Dean Hazelton of Belling- ham. Mrs. Margie Gladsjo entered the Arlington Hospital Sunday for an operation. Mr. Gladsjo's mother is taking care of the chil- dluen. Last week's visitors at the mine of Mr. and Mrs. Burke Hen- ~on were Mrs. Sophia Wilson of Seattle, Miss Mary Henson, Dale Stillman of Seattle and Miss Carolyn Kerby of Berkeley, Calif. they left Sunday' night. Week-end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hunter, Sr., .,Jere Mr. and Mrs. Harry Krause ~f Monroe. IN THE ROOg F/RST IT SA VES TIME/ Whenever you're not sure about a tele- phone number, don't trust to memory. Don't make time-wasting guesses. Look it up in the" telephone directory. You'll be sure to get the party you want... the first time you call. It takes only seconds.., but it can save you minutes and needless annoya.. :. ttiPgo]s fOHPtll Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Rich Jones an- nounce the engagement of their daughter Elizabeth Jo Ann, to Glenn J." Hyatt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hyatt, all of Darring- ton. The date of the wedding has been set for Friday, August 14th. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Gilmour and Mrs. Ferman Henson went to Seattle Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Gilmour returned home Tuesday night while Mrs. Henson re- mained in Seattle with her sister Helena Haga, over night. Mr. and Mrs. Ferman Hensor spent Sunday in Seattle visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Northington and attended the Sunday School Picnic Mr. and Mrs. Morris Long and family attended the Darrington- Marysville Sunday School picnic held at Lake Goodwin Sunday. There was singing, a guest speak- er and lots of fun and good eats for everyone. The Marysville and Darrington Baptist Churches put on a contest to see which one could get the largest increase in their Sunday School membership in a period of six months. The losing church was to furnish the entertainment for the picnic. The Marysville Sunday School won by 1 per cent. Visiting from Sunday unti Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Gold Cup races. Mrs. Lloyd Phillips and family Frances White, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie White, celebrat- ed her sixteenth birthday with a slumber party at her home Sat- urday, August 8th. Guests at the party were Barbara Bowman, June Ashe, Sherrill Afseth, Mar. jorie Collins, and Mary .Jane Miller. They enjoyed a winner roast, cake, jello and pop. Mrs. Martin Tollenaar, Sr., and son (Bud) Lawrence went to Tonasket on Tuesday of last week, where son Lawrence has gone to work cutting meat in a store. Mr. and Mrs. Chancey Tol- lenaar and family and Martin Tolenaar, Sr., drove over to We- natchee, where they met Mrs. Tollenaar. After' visiting rela- tives at both Tonasket and We- Ebey-Lake Riley ]IoARRINGTN Dcrzrington Methodist O. I. Borseth, pastor Terry Bunten, corr. |l Sunday School I0 a.m. Phone 307W2 ![ 11 a.m., evening service 7f, Mr. and Mrs W A Muller and,~__ laughters Joan and Marie Lee L catholic Church called Saturday at toe home of Mass every Saturday Mrs. Geo. C. Dietz at Lake Riley. Col. Dietz spent the same week- Calvary Pentecostal end with his mother. On Sunday Darrington Mr. and Mrs. Marshal and Mrs. Sunday school, 10 Dilley of Arlington called on ing worship, 11; Mrs. Dietz. Aug. 4th Col. and church, 7 p.m., Mrs. Geo. H. Dietz of Seattle vice 7:30 p.m. spent their silver wedding anni- versary quietly at Lake Riley The Church of God of with the Colonel's mother. Commercial Ave. and Darrington, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Solberg J. R. Rainwater, pastor went to Mt. Vernon to attend the Sunday School 10 a.m. Elaine Hilton, daughter of Mr. was Mr::Ben Napie[ ?fe~:retLf natehee they returned home Sun-funeral of a friend, Mrs. Mar-ing Worship 11. and Mrs. Bob Hilton Jr. cele- , o,,,u%z =. -,, o~, e West day night, garet Crook, Saturday after- ship 7:30. brated her sixth birth(lay 'with a i~lr:,.,ana ~rs'~r~a~or~nCwest of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Tollenaar, noon.- Wednesday, prayer party at Clear Creek, Sunday. ~.=*= ~ .............. Sr., have received word that Mr. and Mrs. Glen Walker 7:30 p.m. There were Mr. and Mrs. Bob tvmnroe. Hilton, Jr., Mr. and Mrs Bob Hil- Week-end visitors at the home their son Charle~ is ill and in the made a business trip to Seattle Friday, Young People': hospital. July 29th and as that was Mrs. (V. L. B.) 7:30. ton, ;r., Cir. ~nd M~;. E:ldie!of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reade The Bluebirds that are spend- Walker's birthday, Mr.. Walker Wood ;, M s. L~nore Rm~yan and and family were Mr. and Mrs. K. in- this week at Cam- Killo-ua treated ner to a special droner First Baptist Church Mrs. Fra~ k Lack an( twelve B. Dincov and family and a areg Susan-Adams PGerald~newith all the trimmings before Darrington, Wash. Chas. F. Brown, pastor child~ .~n. friend, Karen Storey, all of Red- Henr Carol n Ha ter and Lin returning home late that eve- Sunday School 10 a.m. Mr ant Mrs Elon E olm and mood. The two Reade children Y' Y Y - "-i'-" ehild~ .~n ,nd ~lrs. Walace Hell Moira and .Douglas went whee~,e da Reade. '" "'~" lla.m.B.Y.F. 7 p.m. Pz Marvin West, son of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gustafson service 8 p.m. and ~hild 'en ~ttended the Oso w~th the visitors zor a Mrs. Lawrence West left Thurs-came from Seattle Sunday and Mid.week service T schoo reu fion )icnic at Oso :;un- omit. - ..... and day for Lajuene, N.C. He will be took Mrs. Chas. Lawson to the night, 7:45 o'clock. day mr. and vlrs. olin r~eece ~ ............ ' ~ two children, Janice and Terry, stationed for sixteen months at Oso school reunion. Supper ~. ~vtr. ann mrs. wallace nell ann and Donna Wells went to Spo- the Marine Base Hospital in the guests Wednesday evening with In Arlington - Phone Dental Division. ~the Chas Lawsons were Mr. and two children went to Puyallup kane for the w~ek-end to visit ~ KILLOUGHor last week-end. Mr. Hell returned .................. Sunday vmltors at the home of]Mrs. W. J. Woll. Mr. and Mrs. mr ana ~wrs L~ecll matins xne - home Sunday night and Mrs. Hell ~, " ...." - - ~ " t Mr. and Mrs. Charhe Whzte andlLawson left Monday morning for Hat Blockin~ and mree cmmren pmnneu to s ay ......... family were Mr. and Mrs. Paulla vacation of a few days on a and children remained for aunui ~aturaay. . anct return oy i Boothe of Seattle. t trip to Lake Chelan and around gu~s. J.] week's visit with relatives st a%'lV t:sa%co H-,att and Mr and Mrs Paul Woodwardlother points in Eastern Washing one evening this past Mr. and Mrs. Bob Evans and ..,, .... z ~, ,_and daughter Nancy spent thelton. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Howard spentthree ...... cmioren lezt Ior ~ortnlweek.end in Seattle at the home[ Gloria and Mary Louise Begle Accordions the week-end at the home of Mr.Carohna, r rmay mght. , ~of lV~r. and Mrs. Gilbert Neilsenlof Tacoma are visiting their aunt, Band Instrumel and Mrs. Waldo Evans and ram- Mr. and Mrs. Harley SmZeland f~,~i~ .... n ot~,~,~n,~n t~MMrs Bassford for a couple of ily of Port Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. and family spent the week-end r. ,~ %" .... : .................~ : ' e Pianos .......... he homes''~la uup races. ]weeKs. Howard's two sons Blaine and at wiympla vzsztlng at t ............ I Mrs Art Wright was honored[ Mr and Mrs. Geo. Hageman, Rohnie stayed with their grand-oz Mrs ~mo~es two starers vlrs , .~ ....... ~Jr and dau hte "- Clearance S~ . . ....... , ~. "~w~tn anomer nany Shower m ~e-~ ., g rs oz seattle were mother, Mrs. Sella Hooper of t~arley ~tauzrer ann Mrs Kay week end ues ........... -lattle Wednesday The hostesses[ - g ts of the Carl Birdsview. ~cnuler and mezr iamllleS ~' -" -- ;" - --' 'Schmids a we - " " - ' ....... " 1 iwere ~vlrs tielen hreps aDO MlSSl eK ago. mr. ann Representative for Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Howard, [rlena t~arlene rmnaersnot a so~.,ar~ r 7. _ ~ ........ " ~"' " ~ F-~ oa a t~eterson, i zv~rs, t~eo. rlageman oI ~amonds .BALDWIN PIA o[ ~lympla came name w m took their grandson Gregory .... , , _ .., [ Friday visitors at the home ofispent last Sunday at the Schmid home Sunday. They were accom- mem ior a two weeks V1Slt I ....... unt Mrs Mrs. Sylvia Hollingsworth and[home. Terms--Trades panied by Mary Jane Miller and .. ~v]rs. ~u~.n znoma.s a . , . .. family were Mr Pete Fletcher~ Dorothea and Carl Schmid and Janie Wetch. After stopping at ~vatt oz J~ugene, ure, zs VlSZt- nd au " THORI,AI ., ...... . ~. a d ghter Pat, Mr Ted Was-[daughters went fzshmg Tuesday Edmonds, where they w e r e ing zrmnos ann remtzves m l)ar ........ % .... ~to Samish Island " ......... son and Mrs. Aiv1s oI Ullver, 15.tb.I , also visiting SCHOOL OF rlngton ano staying at tne nome joined by Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie , Week-end guests at the home]their friends there. Armstrong, they all went to of Mrs. Thomas. of Mr. and Mrs. Horace EnyeartlMr. and Mrs. W. Cooper were 16a~ CAKES Woodland Park for a while. Later Saturday dinner guests at the they returned to the Armstrong home of Mrs. Sam Strom were and family were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Winniger of Seattle. Also home for dinner and to watch the Mrs. Evatt of Eugene and Mrs. visiting on Saturday and Sunday Gold Cup races on television. Permelia Keenan of White Horse. were Mr. and Mrs. Orville Med- Ivalee Jones, daughter of Mr. Mrs. Evatt was also an overnight and Mrs. Ivan Jones, spent last guest at Mrs. Strom's on Mon- land, also of Seattle. An over- week in Betlingham visiting day. [night guest.on Monday night was with her grandmother, Mrs. C. Visitiing at the home of Mrs.Iwilfred Glass of the United Christensen. . ~ Sam Strom a week ago were Mr.tStates Air Force, now stationed; Mr. and Mrs. Val Johnson and and Mrs. Ceciil Dunham of Se- in Mississippi. Modern e(tuipment is the answer to son Dickie and Mr. and Mrs. Gor- attle. There was a Teenage Dance at the City Hall, Friday r0~ght..Shir- ficient work. Our big new Dozer Shovel don Whittal and two sons, Dwayne and Daryle, spent Sun- Jess Cube Passes . )Icy MeGrew's orchestra from Bry- dig that basement, or pit silo in a few Word was receivied of the[ ant played. __o_______- . . day fishing in the bay in Whit. death of Jess Cabe of North Bend, . Call us for estimates. tal's boat. In Arlington - Phone I344 Donald Kno~tvles, son of Mr. Thursday afternoon. He was at and Mrs. W. E. Knowles spent brother to Elmer and Lawrence KILLOUGH CLEANERS GRAVEL Saturday night at the home of Cabe and Mrs. Adelinie Tatham Ior his parents. He left Sunday to re- of Darrington. Those attending l EXPERT CLEANING for driveways turn to Fort Lewis, where he was the funeral at North Bend, Satur- leaving on Monday for Califor. nia for more basic training. Visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lemmon and family is David La Vine of Elk River. Minn. Andy Christopher has received an extension on his leave and will be home for about a month. Mrs. Atta Long is spending this Week visiting at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Long and family and Mr. and Mrs. Daris Long and family of Marysville and Mr. and Mrs. Earl' McQues- ten and family of Arlington. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Loughnan of Darrington, their daughter Kathleen of Seattle and Miss Joyce Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. W. Thomason and family, also of Se- attle, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Borgert of Gig Harbor/Mrs. Nell Borgert and family, also of Gig Harbor, Mrs. Bob Thurston and family of racoma and other friends from Tacoma, also Mr. and .Mrs. Loughnan's two guests, Pat and Larry, spent the week-end at Sol- 2ol, Washington, where they had a wonderful time. Spending a few days last week visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ro~" Loughnan was Mrs. Loughnan's uncle, George John- son, of Cotati, Calif. Week-end guests were Colonel and Mrs. F. O. Wood of Albuquerque, New Mexie~ Mrs. Dick Loughnan is in Pasco taking care of her mother, who has just returned home from the hospital following a major opera- tion. Visiting at the home of Mr. :and Mrs. Stanley Ruskowski and i family for a few days last week were Mr. and Mrs. Alec Ruskow- ski and two children of Vancouv- er, B.C. The two men are broth- ers. Roy Loughnan and Stanley Ruskowski attended the Cockell and Mathews match in Seattle Friday night. Allen Adams, son of Mrs. Mil, ton McCaulley, returned home Thursday after a minor operation in the General Hospital in E~er- ett. Saturday visitors at the home of Mrs. Margaret Meyers and daughters were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Robinson of Everett. Saturday nfght guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Pearson and son Dickie were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Christensen and daughter of Arlington. Spending last week's vacation at the home of Mr. and Mrs. August Petdrson were Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Dixon and family of Seattle. Miss Wilma Phillips, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Phillips, celebrated her seventeenth birth- day with a small party at her home Saturday night. Besides the honored guest there were her parents, her sister Sharron, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Waterman and Mary Ann of Everett, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Nations and family, Mr. and Mrs. AI Howard and family. All enjoyed cake, coffee and ice cream. Week-end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Reece, St., were Mr. and Mrs. Bob' Reece, Jr., of Bremerton. Mrs. Val Crawford and daughter went home with the visitors for a week. day were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer ALL KINDS OF Cabe, Mrs. Bueal Forrister, Mrs. Adeline Tatham and Lawrence Cabe. Jess Cabe lived in Darting- ton about 25 years ago. To Honor Get~chmans The Grange will hold open house, Saturday, August 15th, from 7 to 9 p.m., at the hall in honor of the 50th wedding anni- versary of Mr. and Mrs. Barney PHONE 1674 Getschr~ann. All their many friends are welcome. ART BROWNLOW-- CEDO-CO. MILL Arlington READY-MIX CONCRETE TRU-MIX--by the package for small and patching. Phone 1621 Arlington, Wash. ,You're "sitting pretty" behind the wheel Take this Bel Air model. First thing you'll notice is the qual- ity of the interior. Rich-looking appointments. Roomy seats with foam rubber cushions. Turn the key. to start the en- gine and you're ready to go. You can see all around You look out and down through a 'wide, curved, one- to ! I'd been buy a higher-priced car until I found out all Chevrolet offered-- piece windshield..The pano- ramic rear window and big side windows provide a clear view in all directions. Biggest brakes for smoother, easier stops An easy nudge on the pedal brings smooth, positive response --right now! Chevrolet's im- proved brakes are the largest in the low-price field. it's heavier for better roadability You're in for a pleasant sur- prise at the smooth, steady', big-car ride of this new Chev- rolet. One reason is" that, model for model, Chevrolet will weigh up to 200 pounds more than the other low-priced cars. and how' much I could save! You get greater getaway with the new Powerglide* A lot finer performance on a lot less gas. That's what you get with the new Powerglide automatic transmission. There's no more advanced automatic transmission atany price. You get more power on tess gas That's because great valve-in-head en high-compression Powerglide* models, the most powerful en Chevrolet's field -- tho 115-h.p. "Blue-Flame." shift models offer the 108-h.p "Thrift-King" t* " And it's the lowest-priced line A demonstration will that Chevrolet offers everything you it's the lowest-priced line low-price field. *Combination o! marie transmission "Blue-Flame" engine "Two-Ten" and Bel Air extra CO~t. Let us demonstrate all the advantages of buying: a Chevrolet no, MORE PEOPLE BUY CHEVROLETS THAN ANY OTHER CAR PHONE 871 . ARLINGTON, WASH.