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Anne Meugniot Phone 152J1 ~ T THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON. /ASItINGT(,N, T}tURSI)AY, SEPT. 1.153. PAGE FIVE FIRST GRANDCHILD Mrs. Alice Jackson of Stilla- guamish Ave., has received the news of the birth of her first grandchild, little Kathryn Anne Jackson, in Anaeortes on August 19. The father is William Allen I I l Mr and Mrs Jack Arthaud and sons returnedMondayfromtheirl[ A K TI'ATf'_rPfIT 7 LI'Pq I, P Illl fishing trip and are suending;[ z~z~z_Jzz~uzx.]z~ ~1~. ][ this week with Mrs. E. C. Leach. ,| Carrie Kelly, corr. | Suteessor to Mrs. Nona Johnson who hasll l] THE HALLER CITY TIMEF been visiting her parents, Mr. and ~'~la~R ~'188~ LXVI- Whllrs(lav---'--~ :]Z Mrs. Porter Peterson, left last aA"~buL'~ "es**'~ \5O]" NO. 19 Jackson of the U S Navy, now Wednesday taking her son Bud- . .... - ....... - .... :- - T-H r bserlpt,on Price $2.50 Per Year, $3.00 per Year outside Snoho- stadoneu in ban t)iego, anu [ne (Iv Pack re t'asaaenaq~wltn her .. ~,~.L ,,.wj~ ~ ,~. County I~l,Pd ovPrv Thnr~d.~v P~]hl~chod ~t ArHwatnn ....... ...... .... , 3tsh ..... . .......... , ....... a ........... t ....... e, .... ~, Itl ,* I MAIN FAMILY REUNION motner is me Iormer xvonne Dinner guests oi me Yeiersons ||~ M,~I,^I~;,,~ Vashin~ton bv Keeepuon I who n r r~niol~o, h .... ns Hatch of Anacortes. the Monday before were Corn- ~k./llJI JLvlLCiIJL%IUILIil~ o '~ ''~I4E AIqLINt':Tt~N pl~I"N"T'rN'', en 8 ' ........................... ~ '*.rv ............................. I * * * mander and Mrs Riley Sites of " " J C C ~ " . The Arhngton Heights Im rove- . . ARPE]~TER -- FRANK MARSH vweds the scene of the Mare family re- FIRST MEETING A.A.U.W. Washington D.C. Commander ment Club wm nn,, tho,rPmr~o~t C CARPENTER Editor & Mgr .. [union Sunday. The Nels Mare: The A.A.U.W. will hold its first Sites is with the U.S..Coast and ing this Saturday evening, Sept. ,nXered as 2nd Class matter, in the Post Office at Arlington, Wash- ., rearsn gave a}family are well known here,[ fall meeting at the home of Mrs. yeoaetm ~urvey, anti is leaving 5. A short program will be given ]gton, under the act of March 3, 1879. resided at Cicero for]D.[ T. J. Ball on Thursday night,A~rica. wner n is ~o oe a-~'ammay'Ireanea'Ssignmentstin before the business session and *" Ihaving t:iall with Mabel 'Stensen ...... Aug 10 Mrs Edward W Super , \ " lt~neh will be served The Boy [[ Mrs yn sor~ I tioned for two ears Mrs Sites an son Wa e Pear and many years Mrs. Claudia Main . . .... ........ ;. ........ and Mrs. Mary Gates will be as- . Y . ~ Scouts will present a short kit ~1 TZA ~TA I)~ d Mrs. Howard Vognild as "~rtne~rmewr~:ttYa~aU:~ wasme, gu.est Innr'Aispres']sistant hostesses, and Mrs. Ball w)ll accompany .him. They are and the speaker, Allen Johnsorl, _.~,L~ ~.z-~z.~z-~,.~ jJhostesses. During the business ~L ~ . . tent witn tneir iamilies were lvlr.i and Mrs Thomas Terjeson will at present at [nelr nome on t.a- Director of A'riculture Radio and Mrs. ,,t:,,~ vu~,.,u, ~lco~ir~r~ it wn~ ,,,~,~,~ ~. h-~-r,~ ~.~ )at rooms were oeauti-lMain,s brothers George of Mon-lnresent a nro~ram on fine arts mane Island. Mrs. Sites and Mrs ~ ...... h ~ ,~ ~r~o~....,,... correspondent '.[.~,~::.:;'~:(~..~..~['/.~ '~'~':Y...~ rated with baskets of roe and Charles of Camano Is- Graduates of W W C E in El- Johnson had nurses training to- ~.~,,~ r~ ..... wm h~v,~ ~ h~ Pastor and Mrs J H Mvrwan~[h,~ 9a 17,~ ~ ~ ~,v .......... P.,,b,~ White gladioli, and the.]land. Other couples present with! lensburg who receivec1 "their di-gether. ~t~*bjec~'~I'a~rketi"ng i~egislaTion)~; isited with friends in Poulsbo'~lon" t'I~e'lmoort'anc~'e~o~ar'aScliot'"i"n ~wo stanmng near~.s o~ttheir famlhes were Mr. and Mrsd plomas in 1933 or later are now Friends who gathered at the This should be a very interesting Silverda]e a*nd Bremerton over]church work Many visitors were e~J.te n~_ With aaintyiGerald Main, Mr. and Mrs. Har-I eligible to join A.A.U.W. The lo- home of Mrs. L. A. Wheeler Sat- topic to all of us who have orod: last week-end, also with their[10resent fiom Arlin~zton and Lal~e: ~u(~s.. l~ne Ilower ar-lold Main, Mr. and Mrs. HolllsI cal branch is hoping to gain new urday for* a one o'clock luncheon uce to market. Visitors are'Tel- children in Seattle. They returned]wood and also fI:om the local t~ o~ p]n~ snapa.ragons[Main Mr. and Mrs. Wes Stevens members by this ruling. Anyone in honor of Mrs Wheeler's birth- come Sunday evening together with]community pompom flaflllaS sat ' ...... ' " ' qPho 1~ T" (~ (~]**h r~f -at t~ r ........ land Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stevens,lwho IS interested in Joining may dav were Mrs. E. E. Muse, Mrs.I ~ their httle grandson, Stephen. son l~ m~rror ~lanKeo .aY[all of Snoqualmie; Mr. and Mrs.I call Mrs A K Kanikeberg, the E. ~M. Adams Mrs. W. H. Verd.I We are sorry to hear that the of Haakon Myrwang, who will!~...~:~ ..~7 ~'~:.~",~:.'~Y ~..~ ,~'~'~ c can ales lvlrs Leo /vlc- - . . ' . . . . ~ua~w u~ ~v~ naH~ oa,,u~-, tabu ~...~ ~: .... IHeino Maa, Mr. and Mrs. Bob]membershlp chairman. [Mrs. D. C. Harris, Mrs Einar ~ot-~Kennedvs are leaving us Mrremain with his grandparentslw~..,..** ....... The ~,~,~h,~ -au arrangea aH tne Kline Mr and Mrs Norm Ka - * * * a d ile ~ ~ . o . ,---u,,2 .... =,.~,.,~ ................ ~Xc , P ten of Seattle, n Mrs J. B. RY Kennedy has again been trans- thin week. en'o ed the beaut[ , .~eptone ~vely basket]pell, and Mr=.and Mrs_Tom Chap- MRS. THEO BROUNTY [of Everett. [~erred. ;Fhey hope to return here Mrs. Thomas Stang visited[flaoJwYr~ nnd fnnnwi~ul~,lawn~la~n2 .......... s,- man all or ~eattle; ~wr an~ ~wrs IRE UPERATING ' w ek ................. ~" .......... " ~ddb~, .~u~ ~o.~,~ ~ t~,~[.., " ~. . .. ~ .. C [ Don Lowe took his parents Mr.]and make their home with us frmnds in Seattle over thee "]ternoon a delicious dessert ,-~ .... t:naries ~ray oI ~remerton, lVl. ' i ' aI ~J! ~~. a u v ww ul ........... n m II~CE ~ B Mrs ii~Thec~l~rBruntY'ml,~11cWhm.i has] and Mrs T I . Lowe down to COrad-]1 ermanentlYvery" "" leasantlntlmethe nearas' shefUture'as[ end , andSh wifr 1 severalreturn todaysthe Mth rS "]1 __rv__..~e od -.bY .................... the ho~tP~ tn ]k~o~ ~nMaltesecr~ss, was cutla.d M~. Ch .... p Cla,k uf Ever:!been ill for the east month is vallis Ore" to visit Mr Lowe's Mr ta h week e i Y dames Catherine =u oy lvlrs, oscar ~uno- ,~tt ~,,~ ~,,,~ arH,tytnn 1VI..... - , ] , ., . . . . .[ s. Joe S c ofsky and ehll- . ~. _ -n " Robb, Rosemary" ~rarm Beach Mrs Axel[~' "~'~'-~::-"" ":'-':"~ ....... :'~.-"1 now improving so that she is able]sister, Mrs. Julia Llvermore, iast[dren Michael, Mary Jo and Car- wang nome on ]nursaay. [Grimm Grace Barlond" Arlyne Mrs. Tecl wognllCl, Mr. anti lvlrs. ' : " w bein done to - ' ' cl of East Stanwood and .tnhn 1VInin ~-,q v~o rV~ Main I to be out of bed a few minutes]week. Theycame back alongthe[ol, spent Wednesday visiting old Work is.no . g . . ]Grimm and sons Bobby and !e Sundberg of Everett, l()"t'l~er"frie'nds"~resent were Mis~[each day. She spent eleven days[coastal role, out Iound mat a[neighbors on the Heights. They make. neeoea improvements lnlBruce' and Irene Vognild. me ~ronm noured while~-----. ~..: ........ ~in the nospital, returning to ner!gooo Qeal o~ construction was gO-lmade their home here a number ~ne ~mn Lu~neran (;nurcn nali ~o] ~o r~ .... , ~r.~., .,..n ~o'.... ...... , ~- lvlarla, nna Ivlallssa ~mltn wayne . . ,,.,~o ,~.,u, ,,,.,, a.., ~,.~ o,.,- ll Hetherin~t..n of Fair J ....... : .~ I home August 18 ling on. Returning home Thurs-lof years before movin~ to S,~o-]accommodate the large attend']~o,~ ~ ......... t~,~,~m... ~. s v " wegener anu t)el]a anti J)onna . ;, ~ ~" ~ I da School ,,~ ~,.-o.-,, .,.~ ,,--,-,,u..,~ t..= ~aska a cousin of the Lenhart 'There were 61 -eonle in [day, they went out to the beach]kant. In the evening a potluck lance of the Sun j y ~. ,.,~,,~. ]general convention of the Luther ~ended the punch bowl.]attendance to enjoy a ~el~cious] WRAGES GO TO IDAHO i~of. ~fe weeK~en~. ~ne ~a~]supper was enjoyed, giving each[ rne ~ortnruge~ ~ouna ~uE::...-[League of the Lutheran Free t0 Snntofnrd ~ .,~,~o,~ ,~*~ ........ , Mr an"~ *~rs "~h- Wra"~^ l^ft'""~=~ ,~.,, a,=,,,u,~ ---,s -,~one an opportunity to greetlan tamers ~omerence Hem tneirlr~h,,,oh i,~ ~,~mo~,o T~Uo ~a~.,,~ , n .......... , " ,"=~'- "- picnic lUnCh antitne aay's tel- . u lvl .. ou ,1 ~;~ c '. . ................. .. ..... , .... ~.-, ........ , heln **. ...... ~ ~"~-'k ],." [v.,.~..,... u. ~., tn.~. . ~.....JOlympla, joined them Saturday lthem [first monthly meeting of the sea- mh.~., ~,~,t h., t. ..... ~.,,,~n~. e received b Miss Joan , , , ior tnat night anu unflay ~on at Lamano Lutnezan tmurcn !' ' y " " they are visiting their daughter, . Mr. andMrs. James Taylor and 7 . .. _ morning and plan to arrive in lid Clarice Pearson, the FROM HAWAII ~ Mr~ Lee Matthews, and family.[ Mrs. Robert .McGlaorey was]daughters, Janice and Carol, went]last r.uesoay. . flMedici~e Lake on Tuesday. The Sister. Others assisting[ ~ .... , ..... to^~ ~nro A ~j IThey were accompanied by their]pleasantly surprised Tuesday af-[fishing Sunday at Hermosa[ ._tiaagon Myrwang.: only son o [convention will convene from s. Jess Small of East __~_~_=~_'_~_~. 5" ne'" grandchildren, Carolyn, Linda, lternoon when friends dropped in]Point" Mr. Taylor was fortunate[.m,e ~vivrwang ~amiiy, .wno waS]Tuesday through Sunday. The tkMrs. Merrill Peterson [~lIe~t2~Yv ~w~Mrs ~onrad ~Iotzi',and John, and their mother, Mrs.l~ help celebrate her birthday.]in getting a 7~ lb salmon. [~njure.o. very seriously ~noa~oaU~lgirls plan to return home the ~Xoal Mrs Lester Jenny I*':*%.' ::"" "%':" " .~,_" ... 'lSallv Wrage of Toledo Ohio 't~uests inciuaea ~virs ~eorge 19al-t nn, ~,~n ~,~ xxr~),~ , ...... Itmmie ............. ~"~2~ t;'learlv hart of next week t ' " ' OI ~xaliua r~awall, lne ~viotzes - ' ~ ' ' " Colb ........."* .... ,,,..~=, ~atm-op Ma is now restored to neahn" - Santeford, Donna Real, ' The children and their mother!ton and Carol, Mrs. Lynn Y' had a " Y.' L s w v" ' r h me 'Or ..... also visited Mrs. Rose Jorgenson ................ a~t~. t.l,dVl .... Mr~ Wm I s their guests Sunday Mr.i aeain to the extent that he has a t eek lsltors at the o s -'~-,---. I. t.;,.. ~....... m~.... *..,+ +v...;.. ~....~..IWlll proceea to ioieflo in time tor l zv~ ............. ~,-~.., ......,and Mr~ t, u ~..,.,.~... ~.o , u .... " - :"f Mr a'~d Mrs ,~rst''~ barson w,,~ .~,c..,c: ,v,~ --c, ,,u,,= . ' " " r ........................ I one OaCK [o nls ousmess I ........... the evening a dehght- . the opening of school there and Monlgar, Mrs. Ed Mlthng, M s. He g ." " on June 17 oln to the East , rbert Swalwell and Mr and " conva and Mr and Mrs. John Mlckel- n .... was presented." Mrs. Coast via the' Pam.ma g g Canal ard the Wrages whl" return.home the Bob Kraetz..~., and..~MrskTr2 Gus....~ Pear.~.o Mrs. Thomas Page,' Michael' " and Miss Ilene Drlvstuen iSllowin " sen were Mr and Mrs. Raymond =in oI Darrlngton an ...... " .~ '~ " I last of mis week lne tnree lson. 2nat evenms ~,... ~.. ...... i Ke.~t o~, ,~, ~**~., lesclng satisfactorily, fo g a~;.t-.~ .... u ..... ~]ie "lt ~rn~m ~ma "A1 ItOurlng me states. rom hereI ....... . ...... ' .,.~... h .... I]'n~ M rtor Diane and Carol and~ .,~, .,..,. o~.,t--=, an ooeration last yriaay morn- ... ...,...,,.., - ~" .......... ~' "*'" i yu-,,s~=.~ ~t~=n~ a .=.y ,,,~ ........... Mrs M. Hartle Sr. returned - , where Mr: Miekelson is em- llowing which Dixie they went to San Francsco, summer here with their grand- Mr. and Mrs. Harold Safner and , ............... Y' ,. _ ling at the Genmalonospltal m[.1 .... n c~.~ e~,,.no. ~, ...... sonton ~ n~..~ .1~ Iwnere tney are spenfllng two] ..... ~o ]Varlin drnnnpd in The McGlad [laot w~z~=h attvi ~everai monmslEverett Her many Irienas wisnl~"v:~" ,.,,, o,,~..u,.~, ,~.,~.~,,~,. a~'~,~., ~'~':?." ~7,=',lweeks with friends before the] ~" ........ . . . I,:~:~"~=,~,~-,,--en" ~ visit from[absedce from our community. Shelher a sneedv recovery. IMickelson and daughter of Seat- 7_ ....... ~.~' ..... ~ homeward vo,,a~e . .. i,~? .... ~",~"~ "..'~ ..... /traveled in the Midwest and " ~ tle were visitors at the Mickelson me groom's cousin I .~ % " . ~ The ~adies' Circle of the t~on-I[nelr son .oo on ~wonuay night./ ........................[ Mrs. Howard Swalhng of Lake-[~...~. ..... h...~ ' , " *~lJCYllt ~Ulll~:~ tllll~ Vl~ltlIlg llgl" W was uest s taker at tne "'"~ ~,..o=..,,,.=o accordion and sang tgregational Church will meet at/Bob s ship is docked m Seattle for ............ I ood g P I " " " '~ - " ~ " - s en route from Point~aaugmer in t:anmrnia welcomelmeeting of the Zion Lutheranl Mrs John Brekhus entertained Cle. She also played]to greet the young couple ana',the church at 1"00 on weanesaayla ~ew hay /home , ,o ...... ....... ier numbers in the welcome the bride to our com- afternoon Aug "9 Mrs M M Wil- Barrow, Alaska to San Diego. Mr" a-d ................ ILadies Aidlast Thursaay after-[w]tnana~ternoon coHee par~y' ' ' ' " ".-. " .-," " -- ! .... I . ZL zv~r~. ~ung ~njoyeu al noon and ~ave an interestinglon ~uesuay tier guests were e evening munity The .newlyweds are at liams and Mrs KicK t~ray Will] Mrs Wilbur Stout continues tOtvi~it hv Mr ~nd ]~zT~o I--..;.~ D~.~t.! ' ., ,~. ...... , ~ ~" ....... fri , lz . - ..... ~ ............. ~,: ~,uu~ ~ut, talk on tne t~iole t~amp at LaKe memoers o~ comm](tee wno ends were present home at 529,e McLeod. Ibe the hostesses. I]mprove although not yet able of Darrin~ton who formerl,,] ...... "" .... I ......................... - ' [,~ ho,,,~' ,,io,t,,~ ~,~ r,,~l,~ ~nal '. , ~amisn, near t~elnngnam, lne]w~r~ ixl t:narg~ anu wur~cu ~ur ..................... owned the Lon- -l ......... ~_ _ , . . *~ -'. "~'. ~ ~ YY. ~_ ~ g p ace. ~vtr. t~Omlmeetin,, was held in the Socialltheir Golden Wedding Party ~cnildren retur~ea to Belllngnam wa ........ ~ .................... | ~~ ~ n~ " ~ ~} ~ ~ ........ r "h I s on his way to Seattle to enter] ....... [which was held earlier in the I nm ~ r I I1~ IB 1 ruesaay, so as to oe there ~o t tithe fishing derby ISunday wnicn was nell at ~un-/ ....... ,~h .... h.. ,~,~ .... ,~ nm "" I v ~ ~ .,~ d~l .~. ~,~.. opening of school, and Mrs. Paul[ Miss Sharon "13rown went to[deen'sPark, Lake Stevens. [~"o"-J~"~'t ~'ft'~au~-~.r~vn''~xr~,'~J'~"v~ Verd remains to kee house for P Cana Terr Johnson is spending the | [~1~ ~ ~~~'~~ ~[ ~r~ll~ .... [ da over the week-end. She[ . ~ .... .trr ]Lames Oliver Reese, Evender, E1- ~VV~I l~ll her tatner wasa week with h,s granoparents M eeompanied by her friend, ' ' efsen Elmer Husby, Clifford R . .~" ~F I l [ Miss Maw Louise. Super and/Miss Beverly_ ThomPson_ of st-land Mrs. Harry Carlson.. /m..u' ............................ t~2 D,~n ........ n t .... Mrs R L Currier spent Wednes- atilt. | Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hopkins of/Vognild and Albert Brekhus , [day in Seattle shopping and at-[ Visitors at the Rathbun home|AlderwOd Manor spent Tuesq Y!Mrs L B Stave was unable to _ tending the style show at Freder-[are Mrs Grace McKinnon of Vic /at the home o~ lvir ano ~virs , .~ _'.." .= .... k .~ mm mm n am~ m. ..... [. , ' ' " ...... "'" -ins is atteno. ~virs. t~reKnus serveo a ae- ick and Nelson s toria B C and Mrs P S w Harry t_ar~on ~v~r t~opK , m m m m m [ n "" ....... Do n-[ ^ . ~, ", :- licious lunch to her guests and Mrs ~arlson s orotner m mm --I r- m m~m mm m mm m ~ Mrs Axel Joer~enson andlard of Bellingham A trip to Mt ] " . . " ~ - also presented each one with a " ~" : ' Mrs Art ~norman went lo I ! I1| ~ / / ~ ~ ~_. qll IIIII ~ ~ Imother, Mrs. Gusta Ottem of Sll-/Baker." is planned if the weather[.. . :... _ , ..... h beautiful rose. ]]~11 ~ | |~ ~~[ | ~ ~ Ivana, returned last Friday from]permits, by the Rathbuns and[~Otnell ~lonaa~_to ~.e wltn ~_er Mrs E L Madsen entertained I ~1 ]a month's vacation trip. Travel. |their guests. /morner, Mrs. Jonn l)noerg, w[,o . - . . [ | || ~ n |n ~ IJn B r iing by train, they first visited~ ~unday dinner guests at the]is very ill. We all hope she wlll ~nho:orrOfo~her13athgbierth?y with the formefft~ daughter Wm. Buckley home were Mr. and[recver soon. . ..... ,..o~ ,m,~.~ .... ~ ...... ~n I I I~ / /~ ~//I / ~Bhb Gloria Schuh and f~mily of Mil-']Mrs. N. Kennedy and family and] t~ary .~,~orman wen~o van-.o~in~th-e~-~art~,,'-an~t-Vre~re~i~" -- .... --- ~ E ~m mm lin~ton, Tenn ; ~oin~ from there/Mr, and Mrs. Roy Lenhart. ~couver, t~. ~. with the ~.~.A. ~oys ~Y,~,~ ...... ~,,,~,, ~,~o~c.. r~,~" o " ~ ~ ...... ~ ~ from Arlington as an alternate on ",~," ~ .... ~ ......... , -'~" they Vlstted wlttr' ~the latter s ..... - ..... IEi~ DS SEPTEMBER daughter Gt~dys ~,llen, and/Mrs. Roy Richardson the judgingteam. He is gett!ng lsoresaB~tekthUSeM~S.lMari,~ohKnnUt: ' , family of' Bay City, Mich. !Goes to Missouri his tiere~oro reLay to enter tne Dicky and Debra Kay, Mrs Janet " _ Mrs. Elias Stubbs has her son t Mrs. Roy Richardson left Sat- Monroe Fair. ~ ..... ~,~h, o,~,~ ,~ .... h,,.~,...." ~,,. I ' u ' " rurday evening for an extended The Arnngton ~eights ,~-~ .... ~ ....................... v" , C rlL oseph, MO While ( } } Vtslt to St J Girls took orders for their Bake . ~ Ambert Brain, at home withhe . py, Judyann and Sandra, Mrs. while he is recuperating from an .- " .... " - - Sale These were divided among Eleanor Monson and three chll- - ~nere sne will atteno a zamily dren Robert Robin and Jame, ........ operation. He was.at St. Paul Is- atherin~ and ex-ects to have a the girls with the help of their , .. ~ , . ._" _ ._ n DTdr IA/ILI 'rlm m' m~En~l ~ ILl~u~ lancl, AlasKa, on ~ne government s . ~ to _^.~._.. %. ~.~,.^ m~.....n..,o w,~re Mrs t~u[n ~xnutsen, tne nonorea ~, ~ ship the Pathfinder, when he h " " ,,,ut,,c,~, tu ................. the tires that came on new cars OFF LIST PRICE WITH TRADE-IN OF YOUR OLD TIRES Famous B.F. Goodrich Silvertowns give you extra :.safety, greater driving corafort, more mileage. Be safe with the tire that comes on new cars --trade now. TIRES SIZE 7.10-15 7.60-15 8.00-15 8.20-15 TAX AND YOUR OLD TIRE TUBELESS The tire that earned its name LIFE-SAVER seals punctures" and defies skids. Has a patented sealant that" seals punctures plus a tread of thousands TIRES $' 95 6.00-16 Plus Tax and your old tire 6.70-15 Plus tax and your old tire LIST SALE SIZE PRICE PRICE* 6.~-15 $1S.~8 !$14.~S 6.50.1619.6518.45 7.10-1518.3S16.95 7.60-1520.0518.7S *PLUS TAX AND YOUR OLD TIRE I IC RECAPPED TIRES JUST PAY FOR THE TREADI COLD RUBBER RECAPS WITH LATEST FACTORY TYPE TREAD DESIGN 6.00-16 Exchange $8.95 -- 6.70-15 Exchange NEW LOW PRICES B.F. Goodrich DEFIANCE TRUCK TIRES SALE SIZE PLY PRICE* 7.00-1S *6 $27.S0 6.50-16 6 2:2.00 6.50-20 8 32.75 7.00-20 8 " 35.10 7.00-20 10 44.95 7.50-20 8 45.80 7.50-20 10 50.70 8.25-20 10 62.25 *PLUS TAX 6.00-16 6 PLY PLUS TAX o~ tiny grip-blocks that defies skids. FOR FORD, CHEVROLET. PLYMOUTH- NASH 6.70-1s EACa FOR MERCURY-PONTIAC. s32 s. STUDEBAKER- DODGE 7.10-IS EACH FOR BUICK - OLDSMOBILE - DE SOTO - HUDSON EACH CHRYSLER-CADILLAC-'S39"" LINCOLN - PACKARD 8.00-1s BACH to be flown to Adak for an emer- gency operation. Mr. R. D. Brokaw returned home last Thursday after two weeks in~ Minnea~ and Roch: ester, Minn. He also, spent four days with friends on the North Shore of Lake Superior Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Strid have recently moved to Willits, Calif., where Mr. Strid is in a logging business. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kroeze and ML and Mrs. Donald Hutton have just returned from a trip to Ada- lante, Calif., near Victory[lie, where they visited Cpl. Clarence not been back to her childhood home for many years Mr. and Mrs. Waylan Starr, Judy and Larry, made a week- end camping trip ta the Olympic Peninsula They also visited with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Anderson of Huh River. Mr. and Mrs. John D. Patch of Getchell spent Sunday with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Patch and family. Also here were Mr. and Mrs. Al- bert Patch of Marysville. Members of Family Call on Mrs. Dirks Hutton and family. They took Mrs. Lydia Dirks enjoyed vis. the coastal highway south to Vic- iting with her sons and daugh- torville and returned by the east- ters during the past week. They erly route, through Nevada, etc.]are Capt. and Mrs. J. A. Dirks an~l They also stopped ,at Willits to son Jack of Morrow Bay, Calif. see the Huttons' daughter, Mrs. Dr. Charles Dirks of Orono, Me., Melvin Strid, and family. They Mrs. Perry Gates of Santa Ana, drove about 3600 miles in the eight days they were gone. O BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR FRANK McFARLAND Mr .and Mrs. Jesse H. McFar- land entertained on Sunday at their home for Frank McFarland Calif., Mrs. Jane Edmunds of Mc- Minnville, Ore., and Mrs. Doris Bissell of San Raphael, Calif.i Mrs. Bissell formerly made her home here. Mrs. Dirks also had as her guests her cousim Mrs. C. E. St. John and Mr. St John of Arkansas City, Kans., and their on his birth$1ay (we won't say daughter, Mrs. Richard Brehn of which one). The guests were Mr. Seattle. and Mrs. John McFarland of] Miss Barbara Hartley left Men. Granite Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Wi!llday for Olympia, where she is on McFarland of Arlington, Frank s[the teaching staff in a grade sisters ,Mrs. E. W. Salisbury and]school. Her mother, Mrs. Lloyd Mrs. N. L. Bradshaw of Colorado,IHartley, drove to Olympia with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd McFarland,[her. Pat. Mike and Randy of Snoho-[ Mrs. Myrtle Hartley suffered a mish, Mr and Mrs. Ross McFar-lbadly injured ankle and foot last land, Marysville, Mr. and Mrs. week and has been getting Jesse, Jr., McFarland, their son i around by the use of crutches. We all hope the injury will heal Jimmie and Russell McFarland, Mount Lake Terrace, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse H. McFarland, and the honored guest, his wife and great granddaughter Virginia Hull. Frank received many nice gifts & PARENTS FROM IOWA VISIT MRS. GARDZELEWSKI Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Gardzelew- ski were pleasantly surprised last Wednesday when Mrs. Gardzel- ~wski's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor, arrive~t unexpected- iy from Fort Dodge, Ia., for a short visit Traveling with Mr. and Mrs. Taylor were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hair, also :from Fort Dodge, The two couples enjoyed sight-seeing trips in and around Arlington, also they very much enjoyed seeing Deception pass. They also took in a smelt raking trip at Maple Grove'Beach and were very surprised at the way it is done. They were amazed at the beautiful scenery in Western Washington. They left Saturday morning and will spend a few days in Tacoma before leaving for Iowa. Mt. Wheeler Grange wilt meet Friday, Sept. 4. soon. Mrs. Brown and daughter Gwen of Seattle, have been at the Carl Wold home during the week- end. Mrs. Josephine Wold says she is getting better every day, which is welcome news to all the Heights neighbors. Lloyd Hartley is on an en- forced vacation VCe all hope he will be feeling well soon. Mrs Ed Super went to Island County Friday, where she judged the Home Economics Booth Mrs. Roy Lenhart and daugh- ters Della and Donna spent Fri- day of last week visiting at the Paul Lenhart home in Seattle. Donald Vance spent the week- end at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irvine Vance. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Davies had as guests the past week Mr. Da- vies' parents and his grandmoth- er. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Carlson were dinner guests at the Joe Livingston's home on Jim Creek last Saturday evening. They also visited at the Ivan Myer's home. Mr. and Mrs, Walter Best and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Carlson at- tended the Farm Bureau picnic delivered Friday, Aug. 28, by guest, Donna, and her brothers, Janice "raylor and Ann Adolph- Bobby and Jackie and the host- son with the help of their leader, ess, Mrs. Dorothy Madsen. Mrs. Mary Best. 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