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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON. WAStIINGTON, TIIURSDAY, AUG. 20, 1953. PAGE SEVEN !BIRTHDAY PARTY Anne Meugniot Phone 152J1 Emmett Smith, the son of Mr. Mrs. C. L. Smith, celebrated his thirteenth birthday with a party Wednesday afternoon, Aug. 12. His guests included Jerry and Elaine York, Dale and Doug- las Wesson, Edward Stuller, Charles and Corrinne Orton, Mar- MRS. REINSETH MR. AND MRS. JOE FREY lene and Harry Cook, Ronnie and AT PARTY OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY i Linda Smith, Freddy George. I Gordon Santeford, Lester Gilroy, Rochon home was the About 50 friends and relatives and Jerry and Jim Carlson They an informal surprise surprised Mr. and Mrs. Joe Frey enjoyed games and were served Ice cream, cake, and homemade honoring Mr. and with a party in honor of their root beer Emmett received many Reinseth. The Rein- + their twenty-fifth wed- twenty-fifth wedding anniver- nice presents in June. About sary Saturday night The honored * * * attended this cele- couple received a silver service VISIT IN CANADA ~resen~edu~s~islver for eight, a towel set and a Mr and Mrs. Bud Peterson and - 5 nresent of money Among those Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Wheeler LANGDON HOME present were their daughter and had a nice trip to Canada from _ her family from Santa And, Calif., Saturday to Tuesday They were Mrs. E. Deen Morris, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cochran and in Vancouver Saturday, going Haidee and Sundee, four children. The large, decor- from there to Harrison ttot, ndy of Richland spent ated cake served to the guests Springs. They spent one night at end here with the was the gift of the Freys' grand- Cultis Lake Resort and then went gdons. They brought children- to Penticton. Penticton is a O, Jr. who had spent " * * * tourist city on Lake Okanogan, with them They also ARNOTS HOLD FAMILY PICNIC 96 miles long. Their homeward the Soper-Bachman A *-,-~i],, ,qcnic was enioved at trip was southward through East- : ,.Additional guests of the wonhor~ .~tnto Park on Sundav ern Washington. In Wenatchee it at supper Sunday eve- h':,~a'~'~'~,~'~-A~t .,~d ~ndr~d was terribly hot, about 105 or the Rev Mr J P Pot- Mr and Mrs Frank Arnot Bar 106 They stopped for a swim in Porter and Barbara Ann h~ ~,~ Mar-aret Mr and Mrs Lake Chelan. VIrs Forrest Holland and ........... ~" " " "~ * * * : hi "- Theo. Swlmme, Nancy, Esther,, ......... .... : e veterson .,.a c.~.~, Ann all of Arlington" lvlr and Mrs James WalKer ~:: * ~ ....~ ~ ~a ^r-"* ~nd and John accompanied Mrs Mel- : E Greathouse enter- ~.,-~n, Mr a,~d Mrs Jim Arnot vln Monty and Children to LaK r Mrs Wm Niekerson lw~ ~,~n~o Arnot all of Ed- Stevens on Wednesday to bring and canasta last Wed- .~...~o ~ o,a ~z~