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0 THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURS1)AY, AUG..3, 1951. PAGE FlAt Millicent Simpson Phone 542 Mr and Mrs were dinner guests Mrs. J. O. Husby on August 13th. evening, Aug. Mrs. Husby were Loren Mork family and Mr. Mork's par- I. Morks of Kiester, Sunday School be held at the Dale home on Friday, Price home is lo- Wenberg State the Lake Goodwin ,ishing to swim, be at 3 p.m. Others potluck dinner will at 6 p.m. swimming are their own sand- are to bring their and their own silver Ice cream is i day, Mr and Mrs. Clarence i Kempkas and children of Con- crete were their guests and on Sunday Mrs. Wrobliski visited her sister-in-law, Mrs. Joe De Meyer, at Fmndale. Mr. and Mrs. Don Echelbarger and family have just returned from a vacation of two weeks' duration, one week of which was spent in a family camp at 'N Sid Sen, on Lake Coeur d'Alene, Idaho They report a very re- freshing experience with the other families present They in- cluded people of various pro- fessions, thus providing their own resource material for the classes which were held through- out the week. A cruise of the lake was a highlight feature of the entertainment, and super- vised play and music for the children were a part of the pro- gram. After the camp session met at the Gust Zaretzke homeI Mrs. Lois Brentnell and Miss Monday afternoon to complete[Mary Carol ttolland motored to plans for the fair at Marysville Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Preston entertained Mr. and Mrs. Bert Monty of Kansas City Tuesday. They are here visiting his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Monty. ~VIrs. John Amundson and son Lloyd went fishing at Mission Beach early Sunday morning, returning to entertain Miss Joyce Anderson and her aunt, Mrs. Young, of Sedro-Woolley, ln the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Green of Seattle visited the John Amund- sons Sunday evening. 'Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Robison of Seattle were guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Robison Satur- day. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Soderston of Stanwood visited the O. C. Robisons Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Damaske went fishing east of the moun- tains over the week-end. They caught 2' trout and enjoyed a visit with the Jordan Lees of Peshastin. Shed. All members of was completed, the Echelbar- School and their gers traveled south to Walls[ are welcome to enjoy Walla to visit Mrs. Echelbar-[ d fellowshin, ger's mother, Mrs. Ethel Oliver,[ t~rs. Lewis'Cole and who returned with them for a[ te :s spent five days [ short visit ] t(uring the OlympicI Mr. and Mrs. Ken Mallery andI Lake Qulnault, Olympic Mountains. (Courtesy of State AdvertlsbO Commission and your local newspapc;" and the Mt Rainierlson Peter spent the week-endl -- n~.-a~---W-~alte--~lZ----------L---~ , , ~----~---:------------_ report a wonderful[with ~riends on Whidby Island Joyce and . " --neth Ro-- ,, .roping facilities onI Cpl. Evan fatland was at Delluring, Judy Ann and Janet. lA~.Cll ~CI~ I] PEE WOOD 'rag excellent. Ihome on an eleven day fur-IOn Wednesday evening, beforet~ . |! '.. ]l ....... V'-" , Brokaw left Seattle[lough, comin~ from Ft Benning,]Evan's departure a family dinner[~loes ~O l'lawall1] Goldsberry Johnson, corr. ,, Friday to visit rel-[Ga. On Sunday a large familylwas enjoyed at the Alfred Lien[ ,r .... *'- '~-~ro '- .... ro tl Phone 21Fll .n!cago, Minneapolis ] reunion was held at a pot-luck[home On Thursday Evan ~2,:~'] The accepted greeting arounc k City. He expects[picnic at Lake Goodwin. Those/for Camp Carson, Colorado, inl~,~_v.. ~an 3rd and ha- been st'a"lhere lately is How is your early Senterflber leniovina Evans comnanv a-ain/the company of his sister aridlY:'~ :~Y ~" . '~. . ? ..... -Iwell?"The usual answer is, Thom - " ~ " ~" ~- ~ ~" r n tionea at tne ~aval Air a~a[lon ,, ,, " e w can . as of Everett[were Mr. and Mrs. E. J. John-lhusband, Mr. and Mrs. War e I ~ ~ -~ " i t si "~ " time [ Dry. If this k eps up e r a~ ~ana ro n nee tnat lin~ton friends last/son George and Cynthia and[Platt, of Everett. who took the ........ .~. . .... ,:~.~ .,, expect a hamburger stand to _ ILarry Clemenson, all of Port-/trip during their acation. I ................. IsprIng up by the water hole at Mrs J wanlawa, l-lawau, lie leit ~eat- can on P b " _ . ohn Danubio[land, Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Beaty[ Dr. ahd Mrs Sam Nebel en-[,,~ ~,~ *--i- Wed~~-,, *-r ~-n[the foot of the y . ro ably ;_P nt the week-end[and five children of Seattle, Mr.[joyed a two weeks vacation in[~ .... , ..... n ,,,m .,.. ,~..~ t~,o.,~[advertlslng, Where Friend Meets CleE1 . . *- .................. s .............. _ um at the/and Mrs. Beardsley, Mr. and Mrs.[the Olympic mountains with a[~,,, ,,~o,,~ ~-. T~ ..... ~, ,,,~,o~o ~,~[Fnend, The Pump. nubms nephew,[W. N. Platt Carol and Lmda,]group of mountaineers from Se-],,,m ....... nut- i,, *~,~ ~,~,~icall Bryon Parsons entered Arllng. t returned from lot Everett, Mrs. Clara Stensrud[attle, Everett and Tacoma re-IP,,,,~ ~i wif,~ wh-, ~ .... 1 .... d[ton hospital for observation Mow _ _ [of Stanwood, Mr. and Mrs. E. G.]cently. A highlight of the triP[a~'~e"~irst'Nation~ ~B'a~Z~ntday" He has been ill several ot the Methodist/Fatland Mr. and Mrs Elnorlwas the ascent by part of the ~ .... ,.- ...,,. ,_~.. ~.. ,~. ...... ]days like , " . Dt:~i;ttt II:~, Will J~lll 111111 tl Itglt:~ d~ to have your/Stensrud and Joan, Jeroldene[chmbers of Mt. Olympus one ofl=~..livin ...... t ...... hol The Wonder Workers 4-H Club ; The.y would ap-/Brown, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Lmn,/the six highest peaks in the[ ....... ., "~ I~ cringing them to]Andy, Phyllis and Dorothy, How-[state, and which was accord: a--,~,,~y~.. _ 115rannan Antra,des or can _~ars. Louis[ard and Jimmy Brisbin, Mr. and[plished by the doctor. Views of .......... ,~ .......... . ~-- .. - [Mrs. Andrew Lien, Mr. and Mrs.[re, any of the peaks, such as Mt. ~2~~,,~v~** IIVlllk l rlce Increase ~ean DeMe er .v., ........... ..v.~v,, -- .. y [Paul Kroeze, Beverly, Darlene /St. Helena, Rainier, Baker and ~. " vi -"- tI visKedhis aunt/and Donna, Mr. and Mrs. Eltonlat times Mt. Hood, were expe- ~unerai ser ces were nela a [ An increase in the Class ~ price and Mrs. Victor[Anderson, Diane, Mr. and Mrs.[rienced from some of the lower Moll's Fc2.'ral frame, on ~n-lfor the Puget Sound-Washing- week. On Satur-[Gordon Quilitz, Wayne andJpeaks in the range. The party day, Aug. 17, for Melvin ~ot- ton Marke~g "area has been son, 27, of Granite Falls, who approved by Charles F. Brannan, died at the Veterans hospital, Secretary of Agriculture, in a Walla Walla, on August 13, fol- decision signed August 20, 1951 lowing a lingeringlVillness. A he~iring was held in Seattle Mr. Dotson was born at Gran- August 7-8, 1951 to consider the ite Falls, Sept. 9, 1923. He is sur- increase of the price of Class 1 vived by his parents, residing milk and the removal of Pacific at that place, and several broth-County from the Marketing era. Area The request for a C'lass I o , price increase was made by the ~ELL i'l'~lI you na~e any artich producer associations of the ~JI IllllIlttlI't:, ttO[ 1[1 U~t, [1"~ b Marketing Area. Fimes clas.~lfleo .,,, This decision states that from l~,._--~-~-~.~ _:/alL...,--,~..~.-- heiRS effective date through March , "n 6~ vaz me t:lass i price zor Dosewallups R~ver to Lake Qm - ~, . : ......... ault n distance of fifty miles I~,raue A milk snail De oeter- o ml ht be mined by adding $1 87 to the The doctor s va~ n g , : ' te~:med "a busman'S holiday," in ~)asic price, rather than $1.45 asl that two hikers experienced cuts lis now provided in the Order. At and one member of the party lcntra'seasnal price provision de~eloped appendicitis and ] also included so that the Class I to be taken by pack horse to the 1 price for the month of October I lower divide, from where he was through January cannot be low- picked up by a helicopter and er than the preceding Septem- flown to a hospital for further' ber price, and the price for the aid'. months of April through June 0~'~ OU~? Mr. and Mrs. "Dick Lindberg cannot be higher than -the pre- spent" from Thursday till Sun-ceding March price. day with Mr. and Mrs. C. Han- This decision will not become sen, on their way home from[eUective until its issuance is Oregor~, where they spent a fewI approved by two-thirds of the ' days on their vacation. Ricky, producers voting in a referen. stayed with his grandparents[dum to be held for the purpo~c of while his folks were gone. approving this amendmenL Miss Donna Gunderson spentI Mr. Nicholas L. Keyock, Mar- ket Administrator, . has been Monday and Tuesday in Seattle designated a s ~eferendum with her sister. Mrs. Eugenia Veilleux spent Agent by the Secretary of Agri- a week at Clarence Hansen's culture for the purpose of con- home taking charge of her great ducting this referendum. Ballots grandson, Ricky Lindberg. will be mailed to all producer associations and to each pro- Mrs. Clarence Hansen, Miss ducer who is not a member of an Corrine VeilleuX, Mrs. Eugenia association. Ballots and copies Veilleux, Mrs. Howard Koskela and Mrs. Raulf Gunderson spent of the decision may be ob. Monday in Seattle. tained from the Market Admin- Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Nobles and istrator's office, 200 Bigelow daughter Helen' Louise of Ana- Building, Seattle, Wash. All hal- , cortes picnicked with Mrs. L. A. lots must be post-marked not Wheeler this wdek. Other guests later than midnight, Saturday, at Mrs. Wheeler's home were Mr. August 25, 1951, in order to be and Mrs. C. A. White and daugh- counted in the referendum. A decision on the second issue ter Dureen of Bellingham on considered at the hearing,, the Sunday. Miss Dureen leaves removal of Pacific County from Sept. 1 to attend school in Call- the Marketing Area, was re- fornia, served to a later date. Mr. and Mrs. Jim O'Neil and Patsy Lou visited relatives, in .... o Wenatchee over the week-end. FROM CALIFORNIA Mr. and 'Mrs. James Kimball Mrs. Claude B. Goll (Katha-Of Concord, Calif., have been fine Donahue), whose husband visiting his mother, Mrs. Frank is a chief petty officer with the Hughes, and Mr. Hughes, this To USN, is spending a ~ew days at Wednesday, also his sisters, Mrs. the home of her mother, Mrs. Alwn Woo~s ana Mrs. Francis Charles Donahue, before leav- ing for Midway Island to join Badgley of R. 3. Tuesday they all went to Alger and Everson her husband. She will be happy to visit two other sisters, Mr. to have her friends call in the and Mrs. Kimball and Mrs. : severi to ten days that she will Hughes going on into Canada for be here before her departure, a sight-seeing trip. The former . Mr. and Mrs. John Maxwell of will be going to visit their and get your Profit-Sharing Coupons for Prizes as Forks were Arlington visitors daughter in Ogden, Utah. over the week:en~t ~and attend- v ed the Pioneer pic.nic on Sunday. CH&RITY LODGE They were guests, of Mr. and HOLDS MEETING COme into our store. Mrs. Dan Hunter, at whose home Charity Lodge No. 31 held a famih, picnic was held. They their August meeting last Thurs. - b Mr and Mrs were joined Y day evening in the AOUW Hall Wilbur Stout, Mr. and Mrs. Har- with Delores Robb presiding. vey Conover and Karen and in Following a short business meet- the evening Mrs. Thor Copstead ing an evening of games and and Leota Gaff arrived from Se- entertainment was enjoyed by i attle to take son Ricky home, a large turnout of members. after spending the week at the Leila Steckelberg and Chalice Hunter home. Killough were in charge and the n Wayne Pearson Roger Jen y, delicious refreshments were and John Langdon returned last served by Viola Ambrose and week from a trip to Glacier Ruth Oman. The next meeting Park, Yellowstone Park, Ten will be courtesy night with lhe Sleep Canyon and a visit with lodges from Everett and- Pine- Opposite Sa]eway -- Arlington friends at Buffalo, Wyo, .. burst as guests. A birthday l~nchcon was giv. -- en in honor-of,]~l~errlll:Metz. WONDER WORKERS get at her h~ila~c$~ attend. 4-H CLUB MEETS ing were, Mrs, he Lane The Wonder Workers 4-H Club ~ ' ~ ~" ~ (her mother), Mrs. Clara Price met at the home of Mrs. Gus IDA & SATURn N GHTS of Everett, Mrs. Matt Turkovich, Zaretzke Monday, August 20. FR Y A 1 'TIL 9 P.M. Mrs. Kenneth Price, Mrs. Joe Re- We completed our fair plans and zac, Mrs. Hazel Rezae, and Mrs. looked over Carl Zaretzke's proj- Arne Nermo of Seattle. Mrs. ects. 'We decided to have the ...etzoerM ,, was presented with next meeting on Sept. 5 at Mrs. many useful gifts and a very Orrin Underwood s. Lunch was enjoyable time was .had. by all. served by Mrs. Zaretzke.---Ron. Good eats, too, tnan~s to Hazel. ald Allbaugh, reporter. Seattle Tuesday evening to visit Mr. and Mrs. Dan Smith and in- fant daughter Anna. They were joined by Mrs. Lois Fisher and baby son. Mrs. Ir~ Parsons entertained her cousins from Oakland, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ogilvie, Satur- day. The Ogilvies were return- ing from a trip to the north vis- iting relatives and friends. Mr .and Mrs. Cecil Morgan and sons of Seattle were Sunliay guests of the Parsons. Miss Etta Lang met a friend from Paulsbo in Seattle for a grand day of visiting Tuesday. Sunday the 121h. Etta joined Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lamp at Warm Beach for a delightful day of revisiting old scenes. She also caught a fish Last Sunday Etta attended t h e Stitlaguamish Pioneer picnic, where she met a number of old friends from as far away as Portland, Ore. Mr. and Mrs. Don Howe dinner guests of Mr. and J. W. Johnson Tuesday eve- ning. tested and proved PHONE 1771 ARLINGTON, WASH. CHECK BOLERO SUIT Curving bands of black rayon velvet, big black buttons, against b o I d checks . . . wine. blue or greea with black, green with red. Rayon crepe lined jacket. 9-15. 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