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PAGE SIX THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARI,INGTON. WASIIINGTON, THURS[ AY, SEPT. 3, 1953. Mrs. Hora___ce En__yeart, FY_ | O • G~clen Club Members funeral aervlces M.t in Arlington ]~Ar ]'~ r~ Rnk;nRnn Twelve members of the Dar- • vi AAo ~. A.v~aaaov rington Garden Club met at the Funeral services were held at home of Mrs. Ed Soper in Arling- the Darrington Baptist Church, ton, August 27th. They were Tuesday, Aug. 25, 1953, at 4 p.m. shown . about the beautifully for Howard David Robinson of landscaped yard, with Mrs. Soper Sedro-Woolley. He died at the explaining the horticultural Arlington hospital Friday, Aug. points of the various plants, 21, at the age of 76, following a pruning etc. The business part brief illness• He was born in of the meeting and refreshments North Carolina, April 1, 1877 and had been a resident of the State of Washington for 28 years, in- eluding a number of years spent in Darrington. Rev. Breedlove of Monroe, former pastor of the Dar- rington Baptist Church, officiat- ed. The pallbearers were Richard Jones, Olin Cabe, John Cloer, Bueal Forrister, Harvey ttyde and AI McMahan, all of this vicinity, and Marsh Davis and Art Robin- son of Sedro - Woolley. Leah Reece, Ethel Rogers, Bedford Blanton and Sam Bates were the singers. There was a large at- tendance and many beautiful flowers. Burial was in the Dar- rington .cemetery• His survivors are one , daughter, Mrs. John Lewis of R. 3, Arlington; five sons, Walter and David of Dar- rington, John of Sylva, N. C., Rob- err of the U. S. Navy, stationed in Japan, and Glenn of the U. S. Air Force, stationed at Moses Lake; fourteen grandchildren and eleven great grandchildren, many of whom are residents, or have been at some time, of Dar- rington. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lewis and family have moved to Skykomish, where Mr. Lewis is employed by the Sauk River Lumber Co. Their home here will be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Ron Bauguess and son. were held in the house• The mem- bers were very happy to receive from Mrs. Soper many hints, good advice and also a 1.arge number of "starts" from plants and ,~hrub~ in her yard. They also visited at the home of Mrs. J. F. Cohoon and saw her targe collec- tion of vases• The refreshments of coffee and cup cakes were served by the club members• Class Officers The school reports the class of- ficers as follows: Seniors-- John Tiland--president. Billie Baker--vice-president. Joan Davis--secretary. Anthony Reece--treasurer. Duane Clark--representative. Juniors-- Winifred~Skeers--president. Joe Ensley--vice-president. Babs Bowman--secretary-treas- urer. Gerald Green--representative• Sophomores-- Kenneth Estes--president. Bill Green--vice-president. : Reed Miller-- secretary-treas- Urer. Lance Tomlinson ~ representa- tire. Freshmen--- Ronald Baker--president. Daryle Whittal--vice- president Bob Smith--secretary- treasurer. Overnight guests at the home Deloris Wells--representative. of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Lein and daughter Gladys on Saturday Lio~u~ to Meet were Otto Lein~and son Leonard The regular meeting of the of British Columbia. The two Lions Club will be on Tuesday, men are brothers. Sept. 15th. This will not be La- Saturday night guests at the dies' Night. home of Mr. and Mrs. Toom Ashe P.T.A. M~ts~ and daughters were Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Clayton of Tacoma. The first Parent Teachers Asso- Mr. and Mrs. Owen Wells elation meeting will be held Wed- spent the week.end at the home nesday, Sept. 16th. of Mr. and Mrs. Loyn Ness and family of Ferndale Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Christensen Mr and Mrs Henry Bagley and went to Camano Island Wednes- ' Mr. and Mrs.'Dan Jaequet and day and .dug clams. They ate daughter tieather spent Sunday their mncn in me park. un eft- enjoying a picnic with friends at]day, they attended the Fair in Coupeville. ] lvloum vernon. F~day dinner guests at the[ Mr. and Mrs. Andy Christopher home of Mr. and Mrs. John Bates[ left Everett Tuesday to return to and family were Mr. and Mrs.lSacramento, Calif., by train. Vernon Pearson and daughter • " ] Week-end visitors at the home Patti of Richland and Mr and M • [of r. and Mrs. John Fortner Mrs. Sam Bates. land son Eddie were Mr. and Mrs.: Dick Noble, Charles Enyeartlr)onald Yortner and family of and. Jerry Cook• spenl Saturoab[ Seattle. mght at the home of Mrs. A• T.I ...... E t of Monroe 1 ",~uro~ ..... i~i~m'q at the nome - *"q;~'" ~''""" ni"ht at the/°f Mr ~nd Mrs Mel barton wer SpeaJu,,,g, .~u,tuar~ i._ " ~ .. ~'-- ":. ..... om f r r r Mr ana ivirs N G l~usnel[ or h e o M . and M s. Ho ace En ........ I e'Kav Roth nlans to start' ~ y~tratnni(~e~r~l;vas A. T. Enyeait ,o;;~ -- ~. q a~,~ "~r,,~,,,,~ Pe~rs,~nlOl~-~es in voice and piano in her ...a a.,, ~,,,,, ~,e p.,rqana wholI]ome soon. Mrs. Rotn nas stuoleo -rriw d ~t the home of Mr and]at t,4. University of Oklahomo ~I... ~ ~tt n ........ ~t,',,~,, [~nd has given piano lessons at ~.,, ~2 ~..~, ,,,~.;.. ,... t,.~ ¢,.~ I AHm~.ton. She would hke to ~et ....~. _w, IL-~L ~;¢Utl ult ttl~ .t.,Jt- . , . . ., _ .,, ' lowing Salurday Aug 29th to]a~ mas[ [en pum~s anti w,u start return to their hom~. Mrs. Farris]the lessons as soonayonhevT:~s enouqn slgnefl up A v Bates and children of Haltermanl .... " S-'ur wenl with them as far as|in~- further information mav call: op " - - - - i862 write or enll at her home rrosser wnere sne was me[ oyt '. ... , " ', " h~ [ormer L~an Thomas nome. her father. From there they went~" .. " ........ r-vi 1 to Walla Walla where she willJ .rc°v ~°°K..en[ere~v;rett r~;d"' visit with her t)arents Mr. and]°ence l'tOSp~l tm t for an old Mrs Cart Penner ' |nesoav for t ea men and Mrs "Sam Botes and]back injury. He is expected to be son Farris were Sunday dinnerJ~nitthe ho°:sP~alof°ra~°o~e t,me, guests at the home of Lyle Bry- , " _ ~ ~.. . . ;" .- ~m Mr Bryson nrenared the ~vtrs. ~;va ~Kaar IS in a nospl[a • - ,-". '",. -' ~,. • " in SeatOe She plans to return to very GellelOUS Cl-llcKen omner, in r~.,,;,,,,L,:. ....... ~ ,-~,,~ ;o ~,~,~, cluding hot biscuits, himself.~'~;'~'h~2,',':~?3t~y~'~7"-t~::=h~,~'~i! ~" " t b ate~ihi .......... ' ........................... Danny uates ce e r " ' ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Charlton Hayter fourleenth birthday with a party an:t family were Mr. and Mrs. at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bates, on Mon- day, Aug. 24th, from 7 to 10 p.m. The evening was spent playing Bingo and pulling taffy. Party guesls were Betty Phillips, Mary Jane Miller, ttelen Jones, Char- lene Lewis, Beverly Miles, Janice MeArthur, Jaekie Bates, Roge,' Buch:man, Chuck Jones and Carl Bates. Randatl Phillips and Wayne Brown were invited but were unable to attend. The hon- ored guest's mother, Mrs. John Bates, made a birthday cake• Mr. and Mrs. Farris Bates and chil- dren of Halterman Spur and the honored guest's parents and two brothers were present for the cake. Rev. and :Mrs. O. I. Borseth vis- ite4 their daughter in Yakima last Thursday and Friday• Mr. and Mrs. Willard Broten and family spent the week-end visiting friends at Ellensburg and Thorp and on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. P. ~iddes and daughter Carole of Richland. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Morgan took their son Walter and wife to Fort Lewis Sunday. Walter is re- turning to Fort Lewis for further basic training and his wife is spending this week at the home of her sister, Mrs. Bill Weber, in Tacoma. Visiting at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bullen and daughler Barbara, and othdr rel- atives from Thursday until Sun- day evening were Mr, and Mrs. Otis De Long of Aberdeen. Other visitors at the Bullen home were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bullen and daughter Gall, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bullen, all of Seattle,: and Clive Crawford of Everett. After spending the week-end at the Bullen home, Mr. and Mrs., Norman Bullen and Clive Craw-i ford went out camping for the! week. Overnight guests last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Law- ~erme Freesm and family were Mr. and Mrs. Roy White of Suqua- mish. Mark Dasch, son of Mr. and M~s. Woody Dasch of Anacortes, spent the week-end at the Freese home. Don Rensink and family of Oak Harbor• Mrs. Burke Henson returned home Friday night after a two weeks visit in Seattle with her daughter Mary. Mrs. Bob Hilton, Jr,, and daughter Elaine, Mrs. Bob Hilton, Sr., and granddaughter Sharron Cabe of Everett spent a week visiting relatives in Pasco, Ken- newtck and Couer d' Alene, Idaho and a friend at Spokane• Ms. Frank Faulkner, Josephine Hollingsworth and Mr. Lyle Bry- son drove to Sedro - Woolley Thursday afternoon to get Mrs. Sylvia Hollingsworth, who had been visiting relatives in that city. They returned by Concrete .and picked up Calvin Hollings- worth, who had been visiting his aunt at Faber Ferry• Chlvin Hollingsworth, son of Mrs. Sylvia Hollingsworth, in- jured his leg last Thursday on a nail, requiring two stitches• Mr. and Mrs. Frank Faulkrmr and sons and Miss Josephine Hollingsworth drove around the Mountain Loop road Sunday af- ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde How. ard and sons spent the week- end at the home of Mrs. Sella Hooper and son Robert of Birds- view. They were all dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller and son of Hamil- ton on Saturday. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hunter, Jr., and sons were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hall and family and Mr. and Mrs. Don Backstrom and daugh- ters, all of Arlington. The Darrington Garden Club plans to hold a Flower Show at the Club Rooms Thursday, Sept. 3rd. Mrs. Ed Soper, Mrs. Myrtle Lamp and Mrs. J. F. Cohoon, all of Arlington, will be the judges. Visiting at the home of Mrs. Val Johnson and family on Mon- day was Mrs. Kreisler and daughter Carolyn of Everett. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Knowles went to Everett Saturday to at- tend a picnic in honor of their birthdays which happen to be very close together. Also there were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Proehnau and son Steve of Albany, Ore., who was spending the week-end in Everett, at the home of Mr. Prochnau's mother. Mrs. Jim Prochnau is the former Jaekie Knowles. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lemmon and family and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lemmon. and family went pie- nicking ~ Newhalem Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ramsauer left Saturday for Walla Walla, to attend their grandson's wedding. Calling at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Loughnan on Sunday evening was Walter Beckmyer and friend of Granite Falls. Mr. Beckmyer is a former employee of Roy Loughnan. He was se- riously injured last February while working at Weyerhaeuser's and is still on crutches. Mrs. Jeff Donaldson enter- tained the Bridge Club at her home Tuesday. Visiting from Thursday until Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Loughnan were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Boatman and family and Mrs. Edna Erfurth, all of P~seo. While they were here, all went to Canada for over the week-end. Mrs. Bob Reeee has been spend- ing most of her time in Mount Vernon with her father, Joe Cabe, who is very ill. Other members of family, Mrs. Lee Garland and Mr. Kenneth Cabe of Canyonville, Ore., arrived Thursday to be with their father. Visiting this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Cabe is Mrs. Clara Randall of the Mason- ic Home at Zeenith. Mr. and Mrs. Vance Rogers vis- ited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stiles and two children at Lyman on Saturday. Rose Hasenyager is back in school after a few days' illness which the doctor told her may have been an after effect of a light case of polio months ago. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Smoke and family took Miss Darlene Hendershot of Olvmpia as far as her grandmother's home in Ev- erett, Saturday. Darlene had been visiting at the Smoke home for the past three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Smoke spent Sunday evening visiting at~ the home of Mr. Smoke's parents at Bryant. ] Mr. and Mr.~. Dale Kamm and[ daughter Paula were SaturdayI night dinner guests at the home[ of Mr. and Mrs. George NewmanI and family. Mr. and Mrs. New-[ man were celebrating their 15th wedding anniversary. Mrs. Gertrude Sterling returned horae Saturday evening after a six weeks' visit at the homes of Mr• and Mrs. Calvin St. Louis and family of Vancouver, Wash., Mr. and Mrs. Ben Carter and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bakke and their families in ~eattle. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Tollenaar, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Tollenaar spent the week-end visiting with Lawrence (Bud) Tollenaar ~d Mr. and Mrs. Dave Marcy an~ff family and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Marcy and family of Tonasket, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Blend and family of Rock Is- land. Mrs. Dick Pomeroy and son Jeff celebrated their birthdays Mon- day with a party at their home. Party guests were Mrs. Sue Wick and children, David, Marie, Diane and Jackie; Mrs. Elinore Boye- son and children Marty, Richard and Barbara; Mrs. Robin Wood and children Diane and Randy, and Mrs. Harriett Tandy and son Steve. Everyone enjoyed ice cream and cake and taking pic- tures. This Winter HEATING OILS Let us keep yOl]l- oil tank full--we'll check it regu- larly and yo,u can 'be sure you'll never be out of oil. LAMP'S STANDARD SERVICE STATION Phone 2331 Sunday School 10 Bridal Shower DARRINGTON CHURCHES: vice 7:30 p.m. ing Worship 11 E' Mrs. JoAnn Hyatt was the hon. ~ i'---~- [ship 7:30. " ored guest at a bridal shower Dcrtringt°n Methodist Church [First Baptist Church I Wednesday, prayer O. I. Borseth, pastor Darrington, Wash. [7:30 p.m. . Monday night, Aug. 24th, in the Sunday School. 10 a.m. Worship Chas. F. Brown, pastor . Friday, Young Peop! Baptist church basement. An 11 a.m., evening service 7:30 p.m. Sunday School lO a.m. Worship (V. L. B.) 7:30. open umbrella decorated in -------- ,11a.m.B.Y.F. 7 p.m. Preaching[ -------------o----~_. white and pink hung over the Catholic Church (Da~rington) service 8 p.m. Washington's 801,700 Mass every Saturday at 9 a.m. Mid-week service ThursdaY lhave an average table which held the gifts, giving --...-- I night, 7:45 o'clock• i ; ...... • ~ ~nn a shower effect. White candles Calvary Pentecostal l~ ! ........... ,~ ...... and gladioli were the table dec- Darrington I The Church of God of Prophecy ] In Arlington . Sunday school, 10 a.m.; morn-[Commercial Ave. and Cascade St.; KILLOUGH C orations• Prizes were won by Mrs. ing worship, 11; children s Darrington, Wash. 'for Ida Loughnan, Mrs. Evelyn Kamm, Mrs. Vina Tatham. The church, 7 p.m., evangelistic ser- J. R. Rainwater, pastor bride received many lovely and useful gifts• A luncheon of mac- aroni salad, cheese, crackers: nuts, candy, tea and coffee was served to about thirty persons• The hostesses were Mrs. Virginia Phillips, Mrs. Helen Brown and Mrs. Virginia Slatton• Jaekie Wick, 2~/.~-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Wick, en- tered the Providence Hospital in Everett last Monday, where he underwent an operation for her- nia. He returned home Thursday. Week.end guests at the home of Mr• and Mrs• Elmer Wood and family were Mr. and Mrs. John Sullivan of Seattle. Mrs. Sullivan is the former Connie Hem. Mrs. Trudgen was taken to the General Hospital in Everett Sat- urday in the ambulance, suffer- ing a throat ailment. She re- turned home Sunday afternoon. Floyd Wright drove the ambu- lance and Art Wright was the at- tendant. Mr. and Mrs. Rhynalds of Seattle took care of the cabins while Mrs. Trudgen was ill. O The average Washington fam- ily is said to consume 300 pounds of canned fruits and vegetables yearly. t i" T. E. GREATHOUSE ARLINGTON Telephone .311 II II II II ) , warm and Your Housewarmer is more than a fuel salesman or deliveryman. Comfort is his , business, and he knows that your comfort depends on more than just a full fuel tank. " So he not only sells and delivers, but makes it his job to take over all your heating problems. For example, your Housewarmer will tell you how to save fuel by keeping humidity up in your home. He knows that when the humidity's around 40%, it takes lots less fuel to keep you warm. Saving you money and keeping you com- fortable are part of the Housewarmer's eervice--as much a part as the quality fuela he carries: Standard Furnace Oil with Thermisol, and Standard Stove Oil. Why not plan an early appointment to meet the Housewarmer in your neighborhood? All you have to do is call your Standard Heating Oil Distributor or local Standard : Oil Office. i REG. U.S. OFF. # 9 e .O.,