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Darrington news by Una Faulkner 436-1575 , ,\ ,, -) Club news By Marietta Roth The Merri-Makers 4-H Club has had a busy summer already with preparing and participating in the Silvana and the Stanwood-Camano Fairs. Two meetings # Silvana news scenes I by Irene Vognild 652-7319 were held in preparing for the fairs. Lodge picnic Silvana Fair: Michelle Arnold, Becky The joint picnic of Camilla Collett Lodge and Della Kephart helped with clerking 25, Daughters of Norway and Mjolner and with the judging at the Silvana Fair. Lodge, Sons of Norway, will be held at the Della Kephart, Shown Farrell and Yukiyo Sons of Norway Park at Lake McMurray Yamagishi received best of show rosettes Saturday, Aug. 22. for their blackberry jelly.Potluck dinner will be served at noon The following ribbons were also won: with a social get-together. Members and Della Kephart: floral skirt, best of show, friends of the h)dges are invited and pink blouse, merit; Michelle Arnold: encouraged to attend. Bring a dish for peach denim skirt, red, rust printed potluck and table service for your family. blouse, merit, vest - red, Santa Claus Coffee will be provided by the committee. (cotton) - blue and blackberry jelly - blue; Silvana picnic Becky Kephart: otameal cookies - blue, The Silvana community will hold a and blackberry jelly blue; Daleen picnic at Strotz' Blue Stilly Park Sunday, Kucera: canned sliced carrots - red, and Aug. 23, at noon. Bring a dish for potluck blackberry jelly - blue; Deanna Kucera: dinner. Coffee will be provided by tile canned sliced carrots - red, blackberry committee. Your own table service is jelly - blue; Shelly Purdy: canned sliced requested. carrots - red, and blackberry jelly - blue; For further information, call Joan Emily Purdy: canned sliced carrots - blue. Lindsay at bS2-blq6 or Darlene Strotz at blackberry jelly - blue; Ann Nordine: 652-8682. The Silvana community includes Blackberry jelly- blue; Thresa Nordine: all families residing within the Fire blackberry jelly - blue; Shawn Farrell: District 19. canned green beans - blue, canned Birthday party peaches - best of show. blackberry jelly - A surprise birthday party was given in blue; Jason Lea:herman: My Chicken honor of Maxine Edgmon August 3 when Poster - best of show (junior). canned she celebrated her both birthday. Dinner sliced carrots, eggs - blue, Silver Sebright was served at 0 p.m. and a no-host social Bantam - fitting and showing - blue, type - evening followed. blue. Style show participants were Della Enjoying the special occasion were her Kephart and Michelle Arnold. daughter Nancy Luster and husband Stanwood.Camano Fair: Shelly Purdy: Mark, daughter Sharon Ogden and navy print jumpsuit - blue, old fashioned husband Gary, and daughter, Wanda oatmeal cookies - blue. blackberry jelly - Edgmon, Mr. and Mrs. O.A. Maurstad, blue, canned sliced carrots - blue: Emily Mr. and Mrs. George Grimm, Mr. and - Bertha Evans (middle) celebrated her 90th birthday at Purdy: beige print sundress - blue, black- Mrs. Carl Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Pete berry jelly - blue, canned sliced carrots - Henning. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Grimm, Mr. August 15 amidst many relatives. Persons came - and Mrs. Howard Vognild, Elsie Mullin, s Maine for birthday and family reunion. Seated next to Evans blue: Michelle Arnold: rust printed blouse Olsen (left), Charlie Evans (right) and Gavnell Reed - blue, reversible vest - red, orange denim John Kron. Barbara Ogden, Rick Schultz skirt - blue, blackberry jelly, quince jelly, and Mr. and Mrs. Mel Hilde of Mount -Faulkner photo apple quince jelly, prune conserve, Vernon, and the honored guest, Maxine. Hintalaya blackberry jelly - five blues, A decorated birthday cake and coffee were turns 90 - . Herman cake- blue, chocolate bird nest served before the invaders departed for cookies - blue. butter birds nest cookies - their homes. F~ ')o blrthdae! b,ue, chocolateehipeookies-red, sugar Attend church ion on Evans cookies-blue, stardust cookies-blue, Mr. andMrs. NormanPilon(lsabelle nuts and bolts- red, coconut drop cookies- Abcrg) and Hazel Naas (Aberg) of red. decorated lamb cake - merit; Shown Olympia and Ann (Aberg) McDonald of ns celebrated her b Petersberg, Alaska, attended worship The aftern~ n dinner was ca ed y Farrell: blueberry muffins- blue, pumpkin Whitehorse ,ludv Sell" and Joan Morgan. The main bread - blue, African Violet - blue, prayer services in Peace Lutheran Church Sunday Bertha was born course was Ham. turkey and chicken with plant - blue, ornamental pepper - blue. morning. Iowa, to John a delightful spread of fresh fruits and canning - clam chowder - blue, blackberry All three are daughters of the late Mr. ) Spragg. vegetables with the usual condiments to jelly - blue, cut green beans - blue, and Mrs. George Aberg, who were early ned three sisters, roast turkey, peaches - blue, blackberry jelly - blue; pioneers in the Silvana-lsland Crossing ,izzie. Her oldest The birthday cake was baked and Becky Kephart: blackberry jelly- blue. area. The farm where the Abergs resided was born. Out of decorated by Kathy Hagen. The Reverend oatmeal cookies - blue, blueberry muffins is now occupied by the Leonard Ottem still liviug: Hattie Hagen and the Reverend Mike - blue; Della Kephart: blackberry jelly - family. The three sisters attended the 96, of Lewis:own. l)eLuca gave the blessings on the meal. blue, floral skirt - merit, pink blouse - Stillaguamish Pioneer Picnic at the Evans, q0. of Charles Evans wished to thank Judy blue, stuffed down pillow - white, hooked Pioneer Hall in the afternoon. Two sisters Spragg. 84. of Self and ,loan Morgan for the food, Kathy cat - white, covered hanger - red. Deanna not attending are Mae and Florence who Hagen for the cake. the pastors for carving Kucera: canned sliced carrots - blue, also reside in Olympia, and a brother ildren: Margaret - the tt|rkevs and Mary Faucet: for helping blackberry jell?, - blue; Daleen Kucera: George, in Arlington. Jans Cunningham in the kitchen. It was the biggest birthday Canned sliced carrots - blue. blackberry Returned home Gaynell Evans party Bertha had e~er seen and she jelly-blue;Terrie Hanson: brown pants- Beatrice Rod has returned to the Island. Ore.; enjo.vcd it very much. red. beige blouse - white, purple dress - Josephine Sunset Home following a hip us of I)arrington. red; Sue Gagnat: floral sleeveless blouse- fracture. She has been a patient at the 60 great Relive walk blue; Yukiyo Yamagishi: blackberry jelly- Skagit Valley Hospital. grandehil- moon best of show. Japanese clutural display- Montana visitors merit, s\~cet banana bread (?'east) - blue; Mr. and Mrs. Don Clausen and son from the hmgest Tx~elve years ago, eight of the most Jason Leatherman: canned sliced carrots - Peter and a friend Scott McCloud, all of ~d. ,lackie, Dessa. exciting day's in mankind's history were blue, eggs - blue, fern - blue. chicken Billings. Mont., have enjoyed a week's from How- shared bv hundreds of millions of people poster trophy, Silver Sebright Bantam - vacation at the home of Don's mother, Bee Olsen from around the nation and the world. The type - blue, fitting and showing - blue; Evelyn Clausen in Everett. The family also from Green- event, the flight of Apollo I! and the Sonya Jo Lea:herman: eggs - red. enjoyed the Clausen summer home at Bud and Sharrell landing of the first person on the moon. Demonstration: Origoni - Yukiyo Yama- . Calif.; Richard and Today. that excitement can still be gishi: beef bread and beef candy - Della and Bob Cas~eel, shared. A narrated multimedia presenta- and Rosamond :ion featuring slides from the Apollo, Arnold.Kephart" Emily Purdy and Michetlc Ore.; Naola Skylab and Voyager space flights will be Style show participants: Terry Hanson Gavnell and held at the Darrington Library Thursday, (narrator), Sue Gagnat, Michelle Arnold. sland, Ore.; (Tragg Aug. 20. from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Della Kephart, Becky Kephart, Shelly and two children from Films. art prints made from the pictures Emily Purdy. Cunningham taken in space, and a variety of display Helping with the fair entries, clerking Spragg from materials will round out the program. A from Renton, touch of humor will be provided through and displaying were Della Kephart. Des Moines, the showing of the film "Hardware Michelle Arnold. Becky Kephart, Yukiyo Mount Wars," a spoof on the popular sci-fi Yamagishi. TerrieHanson, ShawnFarrell, Bcllingham, adventure "Star Wars". Emily and Shelly Purdy with Linda Griffith Island. Oso. The presentation will be of interest to judgi'ng in the foods division and Terrie gton. upper elementary through adult au- Hanson in the clothing division. dienccs. NeWs In 1920, the Women's Bureau was established in the Department of Labor by Read The TIMES an act of Congress, according to "Impor- tant Events in American Labor History," a tley 435-9659 Classified Add publication of the U.S. Department of Chicken Labor. , We will have the Hawaiian Hull Hull red by Harry and L The Arlington TIMES - Wed., Aug. 19, 1981 . 7 i ii Lake Shoecraft during the hot summer days and a family barbecue dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Clausen Friday evening. They returned to Billings Saturday. Norwegian visitors Relatives visiting in the area from Norway during the summer were Hans and Gertrude Leistad at the home of Grace Barlond and Orville and Ken Christofer- son homes; Inger Bjoradalseter, Merit with a no-host luncheon at Weller's Chalet at Island Crossing. Enjoying the occasion were Ruth Schei. Grace Barlond. Rena Rochon, Arlyne Grimm, Alice Gulhaugen, Nellie Berton. Agnes Sonde, Sophia Haarsager, Mar- garet Brekhus, Alice Koffdll, Sena Thompson, Carlyn Dalton, Gladys Naas and Irene. Also joining the group were Marie Bradley and Mr. and Mrs. Allan Dillard of Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Dillard have been houseguests of the Bradleys. Ttley returned home to Fort Worth Saturday. in the evening. Irene and Howard entertained the family on their S2nd wedding anniversary. Enjoying the occa- sion were Marvin and Helen Vognild. and lnger Gorseter at Mr. and Mrs. Clif Olive and Tut Maurstad, Gary and Ricki Rod: and Kaare Nyborg and Bjorg, ' Maurstad, Kristal and Jennifer Maurstad, children Berit and Karl and a friend, Bjorn Maxine Edgmon and Howard and Irene, Hauback at the home of Pastor and Mrs. Nyborg. All visitors were interested in the Puget Sound area and its likeness to the mountains and fjords of their homeland. Birthday and anniversary celebrated The 71st birthday anniversary of your reporter was celebrated last August 14 Sold for $2.50 for a e Sold at the Thrifty 9a.m. to 2p.m. Introducing J r/o ales. the Turning "'" selling drinks 'our chicken. The IqlEST-WELLY. Proceeds be donated CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE at "SMOKEY POINT" ,,. aent and Auxiliary for a giant flea fire hall in mid- produce to the * at the sale. To It market contact Palmer Graduates w 12 or Alex Hoad Dr. R.D. Prest Or. L.A. Well' Saturday, Aug. MODERN CHIROPRACTIC...Plus! We have a low interest loan program to give you Ires will include 'Hobo. at the End A0oum Kl~lology (Mulcle Ilol,flclng): "Amazing, Incr~tlbte" "1 ctn haraty believe it, the money you may need to conserve energy and Le Tou r". Show- tntroauc~lbut It works",to thIs'Fasclr~tlng"type Of some of the comments we be, r dally, when I~tlents are save money. 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