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PAGE SIX TltE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASItINGTON, THURSDAY, AUG. 23, 1951. ,[, Ii ,, ;~ellingham last Tuesday Mrs.[ t Congregational Chtlrch Free Methodist Chure/I ~,. t- .- [][ ......... [l[ ................. [[~hrisman remained to visit herl Services resumed Sept. 9. Sunday School, 9:45a (..~cero-Traf~oTb I][ ]Jl~.Y_.~t_~'.l' ][I zq_l~LJ11.y(.xl(jlv 1--1IJ,.~. I] laughter until Friday evening,] I : Sunday School 9:30 a.m. [ed Bible instruction f~ Mary Moray, [[[ Alice Trio]sen [[I ~vtrs. /vz~ty ~..o,,e~p .... enL I[when she returned here with] ~ ( hurhea Worship Service 11 o'clock,age. correspot,dent [[[ Phone 250W3 [ I .... I[Mrs. Lottie Johnson and her] ]|~f !" , _._________ Morning Worship,. 11 Mrs Sherman Marks has been[ Fred Hood of Seattle was a The work meeting scneaumaldaughter Betty Also guests at happy in having her daughter,lweek-end visitor at the Paullfor Sept. 1 for the memt~ers of[ae ~ershbergers on Friday eve- !,~iI! ~ ~raoithAMi%is:n ChnU~har-e [~hurch Mrs Mabel Hacker also her ~,~egner home Sunday callers at the Arlington Heights Improve-]ning were Mr and Mrs Clarence ~ ,,~m~lm~.d _ ...... ~ t ~ . ---~i granddaughter and 'family,Mr.]the Wegner home were Mr. and]meat Club has been postponed]Chris]an and their daughter[ ~ ~ [ ~n.~a?Y?Cwngs~l~i~t~?~l~.'m" t ~u0n0~YstP3~se~th~x~u] [~ and Mrs James Campbell and Mrs Deuene of Seattle Mr[indefi~aitely The business meet-lCathryn of Chelan ~ ~ I ,~ ~" ~ e ..-;= I -:'~" - '-'-"~ ~a'" .. l ' " "wis"'in w'Ill b "Se tember 8 in lace" ..... ~, ---~ ---- . r~vemng worsmp, ~'a~ , lo---zna ~tn ~unu y. two sons all of San Diego there[Duene Is star]ned at Ft Le . g e P P While here Mr and Mrs Clar h :,1I~lm~,~_..TM- I ........ ~ " ~ ~. '- , ' , . ......... , -, r.~:q, *, , weekly services i u e s u a y n ~tanwooo-~ i Ior three days. ] Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Bagley o] pept: t, ena~.nng [nose wao ence Chrisman also visited "with ~2 I~J~~ I thursday and Saturday, 7:45.[ 8:00---2nd 4th Sunda Mrs. Elizabeth Van Zandt[and son visited Mr. and Mrs. ueslre_to_at.teno otner .eventslthe Marion Chrisman family[ ~ ~~ [ 10--1st 3rd, 5th sun, '~! Brown and her brother, M/Sgt.[Ben Ingham. [over me nOl.loay. ~n[.ertamm~nt[and Versil Chrisman family. I ~ . [_.---.~.. - . I " ' i ..... anu guestnight Will De ~ept. ZZ !Silvan~ Lakewood unris~lan ~iclence Earl W~lhams and hm two chfl-[ Mr. and Mrs J D McDougal[ .... [ Mms Mary Roberts returnedl... " _ .. I r~h~iO,o,~ ~,,, .... ~o,.io~,, ,, li [The Church of Jesus Ch dren, from San Franc]co were]and son are takmg a motor tap[ Mrs.. Una uarJson has oeen[to her home in Seattle after l ume a [ rice corner Fourth & Dunham A Latter Day Stunts .^ recent callers in the neighbor-|to Georgia. ]nameo chairman of the ~ecrea-[aaving spent a pleasant week[]. H. Myrwang, pastor iBranch of The Mother Church,[ Sunday School 10:~' hood sto'~nin" at the Matt So I ........ ' .... : ..... Ition ann rrogram uommittee mrlwith Mr and Mrs Harold Cut IZion Lutheran Silvana" I ............ iAmerican Legion Cluo. ,~ ~t~ ~ " Mr anu wry. r~. vv. ~n~, ~. " ' " Yne lflrs[ unurcn o] Unrls[ " " da : ""r home Mrs Mar,, E Van[ ................... t ]the Improvement Club with[ler [ Monda"s 7"30 "~m Con [ ........ '[ Rehef Society Tues Y-: P'= o . ~ . . ~anu ~vzrs tmuert ~n~, WLSS na -~ .. ~ ......... . ~ -- ~ ] . ~ --- ~" "-- "ISclenus[, tsoston, Mass. i ...... n 5[ Zandt lives~vlth her daughter In[tie Sill and Mrs. Keeler, all of[~Zs~a..~i~rtle llaruey a~ her as-[ Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cutlerlfir]aLma class. [ Sunday Sclaool 10:55 a.m. m. at home oz L, le =~eattle. [Seattle, and Mrs. Carroll Robert-[ ........ [and Mr. and Mrs. William[ Wednesday, Aug. 22, 8 p.m. All] Sunday Service 11 a.m. i'"S~acrament meeting Wm. Grote and Mrs. Bucklinlson of Coolidge, Ariz., were vis-[ Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hurn and[Buckley spent Sunday visiting[0fficers meeting at church haiL] Reading room. Church edifice,[.,... .~ A.,~....*.... uei~h~ spent a lovely day last Sunday[itors of Mrs Gertrude Sill and[children of Hartford visited Mr.[with Mr. and Mrs Frank McNab Sunday, Au= 26, 11"30 am--[open Wednesdays hours 2 to 4 v ............. s ....... with. the Wilfred Grotes in Sno-[Helen Sunday. [and Mrs. Charles Spencer on[of West Seattle. They motored in'Divine worshiP. All invited. [p.m., and 6:45 to 7:45 p.m. [~A~r~T~r~,vc~q eT4TTWCtt~ no]ran. [ Mrs. W. Farrell has been vis-~Sunday [Buckley's new '51 Statesman Thursday Au,, 30 2am / Wednesday testimonial meet. Z ........ .'~-='_" X"':.V. ,~, Mr. and Mrs. M~lton Lane and iting her mother ..... Mrs Carl E Mrs Andrew Swanston re- Nash ~'v~'~ ..... ~ ~.^ ~,~,~t:~'~^A?'-'~*~meet~. =" " --I ind.. 8 _.n m.. ~arrington. ~et~aomS~ast0rv"~ young son Earl, have moved totPearson, for the past week. I ports. Dick Thompson has begun] Dinner guests at the WilliamlFirst Lutheran Lakewooa" [ Thesubject for the Lesson;Se.r. [Mrs;,NelheCooke~Pa.~. eanyonville, Ore., where Milton Mr and Mrs Sofus Gilbert[trammg m p~pe ntters course at[Buckley home on Saturday eve- Tuesda,,s 7"30 am---C~nfirm ]mort .zor ~unaay, Aug. zo, is ~-'~,;;~ Y~',',~"~" ~' am : - " ! a school in San Die o The , ~ .... " ;area .................. is employed. ~ are the proud parents of a ha)y] . _ . g ]rang were Mr. and Mrs. Robertl .~......, ........ [ [ ~h,,rch service 7"30 P~ Mr. and Mrs. Ed Holland andlboy. [course lastsl6 weeks. . .IOverton and children of Seattle.l=~un~a=~/~u~.=t~6, 10 a.m.---Di-I~'----~'~.. _ ..... [ Prayer and Bible stUdS Doris Marshall of Oso enjoyed[ Mrs. Gusta Boursaw has been[ Anurew- ~wanston .compmtea[ Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Husby]vine wo~ship'~services. All in-[~e~ven.~n'..l~a~.Ave~nt~tClaure,n [nesday, 7:30. a trip around the Olympic Pe-[in the Arlington hospital the[painting nis nouse. Tne roo~ iSland family of Stanwood were[vited ] ~aDDatn ~cnooi w:aa; Devouon-I ninsula a week ago last Sunday.[past week. [painted green; the house silver]visitors at the Jim Taylor rest-[ " 'al services 11 a.m. Mid-week set-]C~holie Church (Da~d~ Guests at the MeGovern ranch~, Mr and Mrs Gene Markson of]gray with white and green trim.[dunce on Saturday afternoon. [~. ~,viee Tuesday,8:00.All wel- Mass every Saturday s~ this past week have been Mr.]Seattle were Sunday visitors at[ The John Patches are puttingl Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Taylor of[~,a~e,m~,~e~n~nYc_~ .... h,~ [come. [_.______ ~r v ......................... and i s. James Me~o ern anu]the home of his parents, Mr. and la new roof on thee home. |Marvsville are snendin~, this[ ...... [ ' [Pentecostal Church Mr. and Mrs. ~rnest M.cGovern[Mrs. Louis Markson. Gene[ Mr. and Mrs. Bob Simpson[wee~: visiting with their '~hil-JU'~;; uyru.o, pa.stor ... ~. iOur Savior's Lutheran [C B. Andrews, pastor j~ an(1 zam~ly oz Dunamn, AID, l h w w he ~alem ]n ~ivana worsnlp~ e~- .. " . IC eaned t e ell and no t Y[have begun harvesting beansldren and grandchildren, Mr ~and] ..... : _ ..~ !Harold Hauge, acting pastor [ Evening services Tu ~anada. Also nome to visit were~have lots of water. [from their two-acre plot. The]Mrs Jim Ta-lor and family [berv!ce ~ a.m., August zb. Sunday, Aug. 26, worship ser-[Friday evenings at 8...~ ~r.. and Mrs. ~enry L, rassmee,| Mr and Mrs. Ervin Knutson[beans have been contracted by[ M'iss Nori~a Tveit returne~i on[ =.~etnany m LaKewoom_wor- vice 9:30 a.m. Sermon, "Do you[ Sunday School SundaY" " " " ,snip bervlceiu a m A near[ v,, . 2a_msAhce ~vic~overn and Mlsslof Everett called at the George/a cannery [~'"~na" after o w'~'~k's visit with~ Y want to be Healed.John 5.1-14.ia.m. ~. "~" /~ J ~ ~'~ W 1 ' Mary Mctmvern of Everett Wednesda , . . e come. .. . [Espe home last y/ Mr and Mrs Charles O N al Mr and M s Am[/ T a~t of Mav t --------------- " ~r.ana mrs. l~a HOlland anct evening. Ihad Mr and Mrs Bob Miller fipld Wu~h I ~ Miss Dons Marshall of Oso hadl There will be a beneht dance]and family of Trafton as dinner, M.~ ,.... ,,v^,+ ~...~ ,.... n~....~. [ I ,~ a~r~e~,e o~r~-~[' IT ~ ~fkK'kT~ ]~]l~k~ a lovely trip to Mt. Ram]er Na-lat Bryant Saturday August .5 ]guests on Sunday ter MaPorie left on Frida- toI II m_0~._~_~_~m ~..?_~m_ [I ' ' J ,Y / tJonal Park Sunday. for a very worthy nezghbor, w k a o Fri a r d ......... a~i,~ ~ ..... n[ ..... n M~ Po~ [~ ,~mh,,.t, ~ .... h ,,m h ....... ,t /..A ~e LK. [d y, M. an.lv]s~t .with the AmH Tve]ts of~ II ~ The Lord ]s not slack concernmg hm promise, as sona -~- v - ~ars troy mcnarason attenoed Ma field not vi~'~" wer'~'~-~i~'d~" ~"m~" ['" M~"~ *~Ir"s: ~'--P~'~ler'[~. " ....... [ Y " [ ICivic ~ SEP. I count slackness; but is long-suffering to us-wa~d, ria- -"'- .~--z....'; .... ;". "'" ":':"l~ "'" ; ~-'; .'% .';" -'. ~r~"t~eir/the wedmng an~ recepuon oxI Jean Lovett of Seattle returned[ I ..... W~I ~'YL"I that any should perish, but that all shpuld come to r ge on ]he Hm o] Augus[ mn~r m[t ]st rrmay xo 'their niece Lila Riehar'~--n t"' ....... , I A~~ ,tl , Sea-tie .......... i,_ " " ~" m t "alif / - , uau , UltO ner nome azter a weeks vaca-i I .... ~ &U I ance v~lss umen ]s me uaugn- nome at ~o p on, ~ . a Kni ht of S l t h " ler of ]~Ir. and Mrs. Gust Ols'en. [ Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wilda[R y g~... ~att e, ~. t e[tlon with her .grandparents, Mr. [ ~~ s p.m. [ But the day of the Lord will come as a thief in the his Jack Spencer of the Air Force]and family of Great Falls, Mont.,[~a~ ~Ia~ ~w_-Cngrega,u?~e~[an~a ~.rs. w.unam ~.ucKmy... [ [i~~ [ the which the heavens shall pass away with a grea~ sailed lastThursday for Ger- larrived Tuesday for a few days']. . . y_ az o~e_ut, t el_ Davto uennart arr)veo on ~won- I I ~~ _ I and the elements shall melt with fervent heat, the ear~ u . ._ , ..... ~ o,o,A. /aunts semetea to cut me nuge lday zrom AOaK, AlaSKa, zor a l I A ~ m ~ p I and the works that are therein shall be burned up many iVlSl[ a] me home oI n,o '~"'Maltese Cr s ............ , ,.....-- --.-- .. -- t , " o s cane. vls~[ with ms parents vir ana~ ed, Mr. and Mrs. Bob McCaulley[Mrs. Vmk Lmdal. [ .................... [ ...... ' " , i~ ~ K I~L e [ Seemg then that all these thmgs shall be dmsolv and fa i [ xv~r .uuu svzr~. ~. n. ~CnuLer Mrs. troy ,.ennart. .... v. ~ ~ ---- " ' ve] ...,,..., mlyof ~Lake S~venslo~Mrsk. Edna,.Brendemuhl and have sold their property to Mr.[ . Ann Adolfson Donita Lidd]el I " I mannerofpersons ought yet to be zn all holycon~,,r Saturday evening. IHaddenham home near Edmonds . u . ~. ~c,. r~tttnoun, lvlr. rtat,-lanu ~onna ~.ennart wm oe.on[ [ I1"=! I- ~ [ Sl~ff Ser~'~nnt T.vnn ~,~,~ ~,~ h~t w,~a,~,~a~,, Th,~,, ~1=, ,,i~. Dun l~ employea at lne raoarlthe program on rnoay evenmgl I - - ~= - --=" - I ,. turned home Saturday on a ro-lited Leo Loken, an amateur ra- ~"~.;,'"? ~'~L .... ,? v ............ la~.~.e ono,,omzs. ,mumy ~'nl I ~Hf]l~ I =~ ration furlough. He has beenldio operator at Everett. to ~merta, uanaoa. . [Fazr at Memorial park ]n Marys~I I ~Om v ww I ........................ ~w]ss Mary Ellen nyars re vHle RALPH $1GWALD RICHARD MELARI stationed in the Hawaiian Is-I Ed Brendemuhl is now at . I " I IRAtPH SlGWAtB RICHARD mtAR,I I:HRINI'IAN .%I'II(NI]L ~111:11~l l - - - ' turned home'on Sunda-- morning'M' .....:* "" " ......................................... ]nets anu expects to be home lMoses Point Norton Bay 200 , Y / xs~ z~orata ~velt anu ~vnSst I JACKIE JOSLIN LILA JACKSON[ until th. 7th af ~ont.mh~r [.-~ ...... ~^'~, ..~ r,r...~^ A{o~.t.. having spent the summer at/Donita /.Addle, members of thel I tou DIMA6GIO BUD MESSENIEI FOURTH AND DUNHAM Wedding , l Harold Dezotell is spending M~iS?Uala'dM~int' Clarence AvarJHf'tght~o4HinGirlss fnl~beadr:mtW] [ OH V$ N US ' ZT breaS[ ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON rat. ann Mrs. Charms Miller three weeks at home with his " " ' " P n-I , of celebrated t~heir Golden Wed-[fom,~, u,~ h~ r,e,~,, ~tati,n,~a and famzlv spent the week-end[stration contest held at thel [gtl PlilIIP I~lt~l~PRiq qTAI~n X Branch of The Mother Church, The First Church ding Anniversary on Sunday thela~'"i~os'Vegas.'~ev~. ......... atGig Harbor. ,~ - .. . [Everett High School on August[ ["~ "'~... ,"~" '":==,'."..~,:?:'.~.[ Scientist, In Boston, Massachusetts. 12th of August. I M~ .ha ~rr= ~=~.,,a D~mm~ Misses t~mise t~est, J~etty beff-18th. Both girls will again dem-] [0T KAUIU @llfl II~LILVI~IUNI SUNDAY SCHOOL .10-': ............................... ler a ...... " '" ' " ........................................................ " /~r. and Mrs. Jack Hawkinsl~,~a ,h~,~,~ ~,~,~ ~na ~ ~n,~ na ~v~ary Louise ~oner at-/onstrate at the County Fair at i,,, ~ ............ I SUNDAY ~ERVICE ..--] ~""~ "" '~*"~ "" ~''~ *~" "~ ................ P~LL ~CP~. .......................................................... and family of Seattle spentl~ wm M,.~'.~,~a h~,~ ~,,n tended the wedding of Mlss/MarysvHle on Friday afternoon.] I~ a~,~ ~~,'~v,'~ I ......... Sundav with the Melvin Montys |~'~'~" a"~:,'n,~'~*~'~'~"~,'~" "~,~,~'"~ Pauline Lane at the Methodist[ Mrs Guy Kelly is spending a[ IPRICES $3, $2.50 &__.$1.Sfl ~L_I Testimonial meeting every '~veanesaay at ~ p.m. Ed " "..*-a ..................... Church i " " .... Inc. Tax Reading Room" Church edifice-open WednesdayS, Holland, Mr. and Mrs. Ho-~la,a,~ br,,thor Kenneth Dezo n Arhngton on Satur-[few days m Seattle visiting. [] Inc. Tax " ... . , ." ....... mer Mathis and boys and Doris ~,1"~.~ ~.".~:: ..f M^nr...~ " day evening. [ -----------o [I-- _ .... z to a p.m. ann ~:aa to (:an p.m. Marshall of Oso attended a ball ~'~.~,,~..~+"~.~..,. ~ai..~.~.i,. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thorsen| CARD OF THANKS [~ "rm~eas a~ The subject of the Lesson Sermon for Sunday a ~ ~LL " Ull~ltUll tUUh ~ &Rill 1,)* ] J " tJ , g me m Seattle one evenin~ - - ~, ....~..,~a~. ,v, ,~ went to Seattle on Sunday to| We wmh to express our appre-[ I JUN~ ~ ~OOD ~TOR~ is "Mind" la=t week. on a trUCK a.**~ .... ,, .... ~ --,-~o .... : - =- - v v t ""e t bring back Bud Thorsen and/matron and thanks to all thosel / z6~3 Hew~tt we ,~..,a~.. w.~..e rr ,v;,~,~., ~ . W -------------o oay. they oro e o er o w na" / . ][ -. L, ..................... a ~:7:God hath not gi ~ . . . Frank Anderson Frank and Bud who were so good and kmd to EVERE'I'r ' i ,.bee, had a fine trip and enjoyed returned ,~,~ "~h ,.a~, ~^~/,~ , .... ~to ~, ......... spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and~ | ...... [ ne scene y... . ....... Alaska where they have spent]Henry Hoffland Mr and ~Irs[ | mmm ! I-IA L [ . ~unaay v]sztors a tree L;.W. the last five months on a'~ish-[W H Verd, Mr' and Mrs Paui l I orders send check, stamped ALL ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND THE~. I Mrs. Whit~u"r~ I [~OpKlnSr home were Mr. ann 1vlrs; in-~ boat. ' I Verd "-nd,~ famil'-y, Mr. an:~u ~,~"r-~ I ngelf-addressed Envp. to Snohomish ~ ' .ack Fowler of Seattle. ~ CountyBoys' Club Box 717 Ev- , i eorr~_po,dent. I ...... Mr. and Mrs. Rush Hershbe,-.er]Dave Reid. Mr. and Mrs. W. A.[ ]coun ' ' Christian Science program from The Mother Church, Boston Mr. and Mrs. Dean Pompella ,.~ne,,~range ~waKe.,sale ~vas and Mrs. Ella Chris]an visited[Starr and'family, Mr. and Mrs.[ ierett" every Saturday 5:45 to6 p.m.. D. S. Time, on Station spent last week-end at Portland - Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Johnson mlMHton Skutle and daughter. and returned by way of Yakima ;old out. The home economics ....... to pick up a supply of fruit, chairman wishes to thank all Mr. and Mrs Earl Large and who contributed to the sale. There will be a Grange meet- children spent last week-end at Puyallup and Portland. IMr. and Mrs. Millard Whitson and ,~on "Butch" of Marysville were guests at the G. F. Whitson home. The new barn at the Harry Sparks place is gradually ac- quiring a look and is a neat structure indeed. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Mathisen and family and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Matlfisen of Seattlewere las! Sunday guests at the Charles Templeton home, A grandson, G 1 e n n Mathisen , stayed for a fortnight's visit., !M, S, Purnell spent last week. end at her home here. She has been visiting at: her daughter's in Everett and assisting with the care of a new grandchild. /)on Wicken returned to his We're Long on and mighty proud of our complete line. ing Friday, August 24. There were several turned out to work at the hall last Saturday and a lot was accomplished. Fred Burrows is still working and hopes for some help as it is very slow working alone. J. B. Thomsen and Claud Dez otell made a business trip to Renton Monday. O' CARD OF THANES I wish to express my heartfelt thanks to the members of the Arlington Fire Dept. for their ef- ficient service and courtesies; to Marshal Bill Ueland for his help and to Mrs. M,,rtle Harley and Tillie Clark M6~k, for their aid and comfort during and follow- ing the fire at the Evergreen Hotel; also the many other friends who called and ex- pressed symFPathy. -- Mrs. Ma- rie McCullough. base at San Diego last week after spending two weeks at his mother's home here. Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Whitson and their guest, Mrs. Estella Gertje, enjoyed a picnic dinner at the State Park near Deception Pass Friday of last week. Drop in today! ARLINGTON Looks like a used car lot at the Large place these~days. Workmen on the new electric line being put through here ~ark their cars there during work hours. PRClVAI/. dON$] O.,,I., ~l,~,.u ~1 "Pop, buy me a Shock- proof Watch from Ed. Rich- ter Jeweler. They cost only plus tax ,e Jeweler Arlington, Wash. Unfil you I ve it you'll what you! / YOU'VE HEARD THE TALK about Chrysler's revolutionary new V-8 FirePower engine . with its 180 horsepower, its amazing smoothness and acceleration... NOW COME DRIV THE REASON for all this excitement. Here is the most revolutionary advance in American motor car engine design in 27 yearsl... HERE'S 180 HORSEPOWER... a furl 20 horse- power more than that of the next most powerful American passenger car engine!.... A NEW KII~D OF HIGH COMPRESSION... the first Hemispherical Combustion Chamber in an American car engine actually put# to work more ot the energy contained in the fuel than other engines. HERE'S EXCITING PERFORMANCE... respon- siveness, acceleration, smoothness, which no other passenger car engine built in this country can equal today. And you can have it with FirePower evi~n on non-premium grade gasoline. 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