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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLZNGTON, WASttINGTON, THURSI. A, SEPT. 10, 1953. PAGE SEVEN Anne Meugniot Phone 152J1 Miss Dawn Weber of Donald Paggeot and Mrs. Jimmy Cole an..d Resumes Sessions were united in marriage Satur- Ion Jimmy visited Mr, and day evening, August 15, in the }l Coucher last week They Worthy Matron Grace King, Mission Covenant Church The faired the Mickey Ryans at Worthy Patron Iver Drivstuen, impressive double ring ceremony ~eh while here; and Mrs. welcomed the members of Fidel- was performed by Rev. Fridolf took them to dinner at ity Chapter No. 78, OES, last Anderson, brother-in-law of the ,rd's t h a t Wednesday Wednesday evening, bride, assisted by Rev. Carl John- and to see Mr. and Mrs. Reports were given of the meet- son. in Seattle. Mr. Cole ing of the Grand Chapter held The ehu?cn was beautifully at the Naval Base in Spokane in June. decorated with an arch of green- The matron:read a long list of during the war, and ery, tall standards of white and and his wife hope to names of members who were il} oink gladiolus and candelabra. ir home in the North- during the summer months Me- tually, morial service was held for Mrs. Preceding the ceremony the ta- yan commenced three Hill. pers were lighted by Mrs. Roy ining at the Yeoman's Friendship night and a parcelIHbaugh and Mrs. Peter Sorsby, San Diego Tuesday post sale will be enjoyed by all and nuptial music was played by This is Naval Reserve who can come to the next meet- Bernice Bortvedt. Miss Bortvedt ing on Sept. 16th. continued to accompany Ralph :Green, of bride, as he sang "Because," "Always," " and as the young couple knelt for the blessing he sang, "Together with Jesus.' Findal H. Barker Killed' Woods Findal H Barker, 45, well. known Darrington resident, was killed in an accident l~ the woods Tuesday morning, while working in the Jones & Anderson works rosebuds Aunts of bride', Mrs. Fred Sulli- van and Mrs. Joe Anderson, pre- sided at the urns and the beau- tiful maltese cross wedding cake was cut by Mrs. Frank Crosby, cousin of the bride, and Mrs. Harold Brannon, cousin of the groom. Mr, and~Mrs. Anton An- derson were host and hostess. At the punch bowl was Mrs. Frank Hunter and Mrs. Harold Ander- son. Miss Pearl Wallin held the guest book, and Mrs. Tom Ford was at the gift table. Others assisting were Mrs Ruth Seager, Mrs. Frank Vander- meir, Mrs. Fred NelSon, Mrs. Paul Lindquist,'Mrs. Edna Nas- man, Rose Haaland, Gladys John- son, Viola Christoper, Ruth Bort- vedt, Mrs. Mel Nelson, Mrs. George Green, Mrs. Victor Peter- son, and Mrs. Lillian Porter. Later amid a shower of rice and CELEBRATE Mrs. Don Chambers, the former on the Suiattle river. He was NIVERSARY Ruth Hunter, is living in Bremer- struck by a snag. ~; and Ethel R. Verd cele-Itnand teaching at Summerda)e: Mr. Barker was born Dee. 14, taeir fifty-fifth weddingI lvlr. ano lvirs, ivlacK ~mitn, Art 1907, at Emminenze, Mo., and ] rsary Sept~ 6 by having as and Maxine, of Aberdeen, and had resided at Darrington for 35 | inner guests their daugh-lthe Mickey Ryans spent Labor years. He is survived by his wi-I| aw, Mrs. Paul H. Verd oflDay week-end together at Man- ~ ~tow, Fannie; three sons Leuin,: ~, Ill, and their daughter~aeho Beach. They were also Everett and Carter, all of Dar- ~fami].y Waylan, her hus-ljoined by Mr. and Mrs. Lindlev rington; three daughterSr Mrs.I and t~eir two childrenlSmith of Everett and by Mr. and Shirley Crawford of Darrington,l ad Larry. A lovely dinnerlMrs. Mack Smith Jr. Mrs. Emma Lou Denton of Ha-/ ljoyed and a happy dayI Mr. and Mrs. Chet Thompson : quiam and Miss Sharon Barkerl land Miss Margie Thomoson had t of Darrington; two brothers, Wil- * * * ]a week.end trio to Couer d'Alene | liam of Darrington and Asher of MASSACHUS~-T'I"S land Walla Wal'la, stopping to see | Seat.tie, and four grandchildren. Reverend and Mrs Fridolf[relatives of Mrs. Thompson at | ~erwces wdl be a[ z p:m. ~amr. ..... %' 'Plummer Idaho ~ oay at Darringmn t~ a p ~ i s t a ano oaugmer vlrgima/ , Church followed bv burial in lig31 for Northeastern ] Mr and Mrs Fred Morris spent ~ . ~._ . '. .. ~ ~ . .. a" ' " " i in * ~ ~arrlngton uemeterv unoer (He town twent miles south the week-end w~th cous ns ' . ~ Y I olrecHon of Moll's Funeral ttome ton. Mr. Anderson will befPortland,, Ore. o[ ..... Arnngmn. ed as pastor of Covenant~ The Hettie Lowe Guild will .. ' " th " u gatIonal Church of Nor "[meet with Mrs. Fred Morris Wed- f~ , t~ .! ~ ~ , ion Sunday morning, Sept.[nesday night Sept 16. ounty Louncll l'.l.A. S. Anderson is the former| .......... ~*~ ~f "~r~ Catherine i~is fourth pastorate as hel .- "k ....... et'l ~ t There will be a discussion on the served at Nelson, B C.,]a,m., rerurnea oy plane [rom r~ i ' ]needs of the units and each pres. ! the past year served enIKan weonesaay .... ~ ' d n~ ...... ] ....... [ ~ ident IS ured to attend an_ brl..~, ~u at Joliette, ni as well| tJuests oI lvir. ano ~wrs. Dewey] any questions she might have riding school. [Dunning this week are Mr. Dur~-[ \ !The County Convention, which is * * * [ning's brother and his wife Mr. ~to be held on Friday Oct 2 will q . , i , *RANDSON ~and Mrs. C. E. Dunning of Mount , be d~scussed, as well as the Dis- [~S. WEGENER [Shasta Calif. ] 'i ~ I trict Convention, which will be Catherine Wegener isI Week-end guests of the Vern~ . :! .) [held on Tuesday, Oct. 27. There :lated over the birth of her}Rices were Mrs Rice's sister Mrs. ~ ~ i ' ::: " !will also be an entertainment grandson, David Gordon[Stanley Purves Mr. Purves and i ! i : :: number. Mrs. Helen Brooks, the little son of Mr. and son David ancl Mr. and Mrs. ::~ : i::: I county president, urges all PTA -~ordon Brown (ElainelL]oyd Armbrewster and daugh-] I l,~ ~~ ~ !~ ~i~ ~ I presidents, their officers and par- er) of Everett. He waslters Janet and hillian all of Van-I] ]~| ] | |i m t|[] [] ItIcularI y thelr" program chalrman tUgust 30 in the Everett couver, B.C. They 'took their to be present ,1 Hospital, and joins two/guests over the Mountain Loop IIII I I I~ I III I o Claudia and Paula Mr.[Road that goes by Verlot. I II II I I|i | II[] [] p! .... l Irs. Forrest Brown of[ Guests of Mr. and Mrs. H G.I I II I I I Ii II[] [] I maa m qlle are the paternal/Foster last week were Mr. Fos-I III I| I li II I~ |1 m * 'arents. [ter's sister, Mrs. J. L Maguire of] IIm] I n INN n Innn nn [nona$ eumon ~TO SWE;EN* [Na~aimoOi:nd her daughter Jean[ [ [I | [ | [[] | [| [] [] I The reunion of the Class of '48 I " m .... [ M,ss Dawn Weber, of Seattle, ISybil Weber of Quincy, twin[held at Lake Goodwin was well Mr and Mrs lnor t:opsteac da ht Pearson, the son of Mr.[ _ .... .... ". ug er of Mr. and Mrs. Earllnieces of the bride, and ring]attended and everyone had a ana cmmren spent the ween eno . Gus Pearson of Route 1,[ ............. " I Weber of Arlington, was united/bearer was Master Don Fergu-/good time reminiscing Members wire tvir and Mrs J Jan riunter r 'am New York August 29,[ . .. ." .... " .lin ma riage to Mr. Donald Pag-lson of Port Angeles, nephew of, and their families enjoyed pot- ieernsi# h ~vir anti Mrs n t~ ~trotz ano ro eo~eheoc~Ull~t.e~d[Me~ a~d Mr~ Sa~. EHSePr~rS~inal~al?:]gae~t t~len la~eM~oyFl~dgPagtg, etl thMrg' Hmrry Brten of Seattle lwUaCkrlUa(~?hMante;hprC~as~ wWeUJ study European history[. -w" " "-i : d ~[Seattle, in a oeauriful candle-I~erved as best man and Mr. JohnlBill Bagley, Fred Grewe, Mickey In 1 lsp In s weeK en e -dish youth work. He ac-[ ..... ". :~ _ _ I ligh[ c remony at Trinity Luther-IWarnick and Mr William New- I Preston, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Brown le ~unaay visitors oI Mrs b A c] a group of 45 students " ,qan Church, Saturday evening bYlt~n were ushers " and son Mr and Mr~ .T~hn Rv~n ;Weden by the Scandina-l~Wheeler~wereMr'and Mr~Fran] [the Rev. F. J. Gwldder. Thel After the ceremony a reception, and Cathy, Mr. and Mrs. Bill ~ang anu ~un ~ouert ot D211111g lerican Foundation. |,..... , "[ church was beautifully decorated lwas held in the ~ll~reh parlors.[Sluman and girls, Mrs. Bill Knut- * * * ]"='rh'e Lutheran Guild will haveIwith wnke gladioli, carnations I Mrs. John WarnRJ]~h'ad charge orison and Mike, Viola Rasmussen, Lrlington Home Demon-[~,,. e~,,, r,H ,,,~,~t~ ..... i~, ~tr ]and asters. [the guest book, /~rs. Lee Elwell Shirley Jenny Hethrington Mrs. Club will meet Thu "|m,a ~,~, ..... n- .... n I The bride was lovely in a gownlthe punch bow!: at~d Miss GalllJune (Fmgarson} Beektell and ~t 17 for a one o'clock , "~ ~, " .... ]Sept *l"~5"a~"ei~,~t'o'ciock ....... ]~f white ballerina length French Emanuel the gift.s,' [Jeffrey, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schei mncneon at the name oi| ~,~- ~ ~,:~,~ ~,~" PU~,rim|imprted lace and white nylonl Presiding at the tea and coffee] (Lois Kopp) and children, Mr. and ~orge Monty, 510 Wes~I~,^~:~s-~_~:~,k~,':"~.~;L~+_-"~,,~_ ]tule. She was attended by Miss[urns were the Mesdames HarryiMrs. Darrel McMillan (Sharon I~UIIU~51111~ UI LII~:: 2~LIIIII~tUII bUll" ', . [ ..... t~,.~ c'~ .... h +~ tho o.mnmElsle Stangland, of Seattle, and[Skar, Stanley Andrews, Bran Bar. Hart) and children, Mr. and Mrs ad Mrs Bill Bagiey ws ~ ~, ~" . ' . ... "I~:~n~'~"~:,'o~':'~.~~ t~ ~hIMrs Ken Bake.r, of Bellingham ]ger, and Henry V~eber of Quincy, Bob Roodzant (Lillian Kroeze) ' we /*,,-*,~- '~ ~'-'~'~'-'-*- ~'- ~-~ ..... e, ...... lives In YakIma and ".~ ................ ~^,u ............ [both former classmates at West-launts of the bride. The beautiful and girls, Mrs. Virginia (Thom- ed .cJiuul .young pcup~ ~ g~uup wc,c , last Tuesday and W " - ........... ]ern Washington College of Edu- Maltese cross w~ding cake was sen) Martz and boys Mr and bri,~,in~, t~-^ Leon Ba" L~ay oonnsmn anu oanet t~rewe , . ~ ~r~- , -~ ~ ~i ...................~^.~ ,... ,,.. Ication lwiss Margaret Cummins I~erved by Miss "l?reda~Libbee of Mrs. Northern (Margie Martin) with werr ~,:cuu,},a,,cu uy ~w,~. . ' " , . Wenatchee home ^ ...... h ....... a ..Iof Seattle was maid of honor [Seattle. ,,:~ and children Mr. and Mrs. Eddy 1 da s' ~ishPOin ~. ~ ............:: ............. ' ' se~era y g .... -~_A{^: ~-~',~., ~..~: ~...,.~ and hke the attendants w~ The brl0e ~W~Ill~ c0ntmue her Chapman (Charlotte Martin) and g ~.. , ~,,,,~ ~ ...... ~ 9a. chartreuse organdy (studies at So~lef~-r~versIty and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Eric Johnson d Mrs. R. J. Meyer, ~lcKy "'~Ir "~n~c~VIrs~']oe Wiggs and Mrs. Harry Brien of Seattle and]the groom "will ,gtteffd the Uni- (Lillian Larson) and Judy, Mr. na s ent the w eK I S J D v v P . " .... hilaro,~ ,-~o-e(t the da-Sunday M's oan awson of E eretttversity ,of WashTngton, ha ing and Mrs. Kenneth Christoferson ;tOn The stoppea WITh ..... ,, ~ ~ ,, ~ ~ served Y - ~b,mra ~nooner a boat built as candlelighters. Flower~eompleted four years sexrvice in (Betty Sneve) and children, Mr. Mrs G W Hinman anu 7 " " v , iris w Mi ..... " ' tram a Chris Craft kit by Mrs g ere sses ~tepnanie and lthe U. S. Navy airforce. ~': and Mrs. Vernon Bjerkaker (Ber- and Mrs. Bob Ingram. nice Brevick) and children, Mr. .S.C.', ;. will meet at the Wiggs' brother, Elmer. Their par. "~/1"~ ~r,~ ~" "~-a-~ ~4 4- --- ~ and Mrs. Jack Pryor (Elsie Kack- t Church Wednesday of- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Bartlett IVJL~._~ lJ[.L~HL(~I(" ~ ~: man) and girls , , Sept 16, with Mrs. James of Bremerton, were with them as hostess Mrs. Voorhis Mrs. Bartlett spent several days ,~" " o ,, the study course, herewith f Donald F Chambersl ,thodist women are still Bartlett had a fishing trip at e 0 , rlington Sends ~old magazines and cat- Hawley's Resort on Lummi Is- Miss Ruth'Mary Hunter, daugh- "Mum Green, adopted rriother of WSC New Students They ask that anyone land with his son. ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ira W. Hunter Bremerton Servicemen s Center ,.~__,.,__.~_ ~+~+~ r,..n^,~., o,,u ) contribute either leave ------o of Arll..~,...nn=t~ ..nd~ Donald F. a .... . "" vv a~u,,g~uu ota~= ,~**=~c -~,-- zines at 609 Broadway"" ---~I:~'ieGh" Cha,, er .... 2. _, ,~ __~ ,~,~ II three wearIn$ navy blue anu man Sept 8 -- More than two ~1 lalllO~lO~ ~Ull U~ /VII, ~IIU .k.Ll O, ~:' * 2691. ~*~ 1~L Fred Chambers of Lake City, Fla., corsages of pinlCarnations and thousand new students are gath- ering on the Pullman campus to start the preliminaries leading to Sept. 21 beginning of classes, in- cluding three from Arlington. In the fifth (non-duplicating) list of new students, just issued by Registrar Claude Simpson, the following are included: Arlington--Olive M. Drivstuen Robert D. Stout, B o n n ie G. Swimme._ o Evergreen Fair (Continued from Page 1) Laddin 8:10--3-Piece Hill-Billy Band show 8:20---Female Impersonations by Herby Wooley 8:30--Musical Pantomime show by Robert F. Taylor Sunday, Sept. 13 Honoring Seattle, and all of King County 11:00-1:0tO--Entertainment in Rec- The bride, given in marriage by' her father, wore a white satin IIII II I I YOURSELF.: [I Hundreds of dresses with the new season look. Visit your Arling- 'ton Penney Store this week and see these new dresses that |ook like wool yet wash like fine cotton, and the new~M~racle fibre fabrics that give more wear with less care. @ AMERICA'S LATEST STYLES 'AMERICA'S NEWEST FABRICS . . . A T YOUR ;RLINCTON PENNEY'S SPECIAL PURCHASE! DRESSES ~k Surface Interest Cottons I Puckered Rayon Taffetas Menswe~r Rayons I Rowan Jersey Prints p Fine Ginghams Rayon taffeta )~ takes on new Interest at Penney's... t, m gown, styled with fitted bodice, good wishes, the happy couple reation tent---mdvies---4-H with an inset yoke of nylon lace, left for a wedding trip to Cas- activities long pointed nylon lace sleeves cade mo~ntains. The bride wore a 10:30--Home Economics Demon- "~ and a full skirt draped into a light blue suit with navy acces- stration by the Snohomish Cohn- long train She wore a finger tip sories and the orchid f~om her ty Hurtle Demonstration Club Yell of nylon illusion and ar-Bible. Upon their return they will l:00---Band Music by Marysville ~~ ~ ranged about her head was a|reside in Bremerton. - High School Band, Jack stephanotis and carnations tiara.[ Ruth wn ~rnduat~d frnm ~ Potter, Direct6r ( ' The bride carried a white bibleIlin-~,~"~ 14"'i~,~h~',~.~"~'~r,~',~'~:'_l."~" l:l(Y--Honoring Pioneers of Ev- on which was placed an orchIdlinr (~oll0~,a and '.qoattl~ phallic' ergreen State, Fair Area and a stephanotis with satin rib-Ic-~-lto~.*'~ n'an ~'~'~.~'~,~'~ (C. J. Gunderson, chair- bun. Her only jewelry was a)fr~-m~'~nl~,"~hi"~"l-li"~,-b~ ~.~'~'f man; Jenni Gilchrist, Co- double strand of pearls, a gift of] L~-U"~ 7-1-~"-bl~ --~,a ~,~'"~,,,,~,~ ordinator) the groom. I fa~,'r~vo~'~',,i'th"'~T"~'~'~,~" ..... , l:lS---Rodeo Acts, John Peth and Mrs. Fridolf Anderson. sister all .... ~ ......... v ....... .. I Sons in charge " ~, the bride was matron of honor.lA~ra~ ,~u= ~ ' [ l'35---Joe Novelle and his Blue He ' " - n with .................. " ' r gown was hgnt gree , I KILLI~n fin I-I|~I,IWAY I Rxbbon Comedians i! " I irt ................ / ~ U a fitted bodice and ful sk .I ........... I l:45---Rodeo Acts Continued II Laurence j WallKner, ix l in She carried a colonial bouquet all ..... - .. _. ,I 2'15--Jim Williams the Ladd' lI The tweed.look-news in Penneys ryon taffeta lavender chrysanthemums with[,~,arysvme, son oz ff/rs. Louisel " Hand Balancing Act rustler! Fine for afternoon, wonderful for fter-five, Wallltner, O! Arlington, was tne matching flowers in her hair. The[ ......... 2'35--Gasnell Stafford, Acrobat ARLINGTON ' driver ot me car said to nave " this button.front whirler is sparked with white at bride attendants were Mrs. Ralph[ ............... Supreme StrUCK and Kllle(1 Allan ixonr t~z Green and Miss Dorothy Hunter,]R ........ , , 2:55---Rodeo Acts Continued ~ neckline and cuffs, has a wide, graceful sweep of kGL a, Arting[on~ on bunoay eve i the bride s two sisters. They wore[ : ........... " Sunday Evenin~ nmg aoout i zu, when tne Iat identical dresses of pink and or-I ~ : ', - .. . ~: Honoring Island County skirt. Excithag value for sizes 1 to 18. ehid taffeta They carried, bou-[.[er,owearing,a earl< SUl[,s[eppee 7'00--Music bv Marysville High In zrom at me car on rne mgn- " ~ ter quets of lavender chrysanthe-~ ......... School Band, Jack Pot , t . way rive mnes north oz lvmrys- sums with matching flowers in]v ....... D~rector IT their hair lne near ms name --Vgo--___ " , 7:10--=Horse Show Drills ~at~ .uoter o~ce o, t~e._~r:~o~r ~a,~ to ~ave been ~:~O~y~e~ ~ta,or0 ~o~a, ~ ,~ ~,, ~ ' bride, was flower girl. She wore Klllea insmnlty, tie naa reslaeu Supreme .....,e est. . . ~TANWOOD a white satin gown. She carried[on R. 5 since 1921. 7:30--Tap and Hula'Hula shows "7 ~A~] a miniature colonial bouquet of [ Surviving relatives include one by Jean ~nch, !arve[OUS " ) lavender chrysanthemums. ,brother, Milton of Grand Rapids, 7:40---Joe Novelle and his Blue Mattela,sl Peter Sorsby was the best man Mich, and several nieces and Ribbon Comedians and theusherswereJoeWalkin-]nephews in the East. Services 7:50--Dance and Juggling show "------ Dresses "'" shaw. Roy Hobaugh and Harold will be at 3 p.m. Thursday at bv Paul Owsley " TO Anderson. ]Moll's Chapel in Arlington, with 8:00--Hand Balancing show by ! IC~K The church parlors were beau-lthe Rev. J. H. Porter of Arlington Jim Williams Dressey Dark Rayon Crepes... Soft tifully decorated for the recep-IMethodist Church officiating. 8:10---Three Piece Hill-Billy tion where the young couple wel-IBurial will be in Arlington Cem- Band Show casual Wool Jerseys . . .Practical hard-wearing Menswear Suitings: earned their relatives and friends.letery. " 8:20---Female Impersonation by You'll find your size at Penney's. 8:()0 P.M. Joining inthe reception line, Mrs.] ~ ----- -- Herby Wooley , Hunter, mother of bride, Mrs.I Times clarified ads get re. 8:30--Musical Pantomime snow Chambers, mother of groom, andlsults Phone 493. by Robert F. Taylor