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S- The Arlington TIMES - Wedeasday, Sept. 14, 1983 ' by Una Faulkner / rrington news 436-1575 Commmalty Calemlar Sept. 14--Hespital Guild garage sale, 9-5 p.m., 439 Commercial, Linda Watt garage. Sept. and buttor distributed at the Community Services from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Sept. l --Checec and butter distributed 10 a.m.-Z p.m. this week only... Senior Citizen lunch at the Methodist Church at noon... Senior Citizen Day at the Dan'- ingten Clinic, call for appointment. Sept. 1 -Camdian and U.S. troops will be finishing up the sauk River groin pro- ,Ject started after the flooding. Billeting will be in the elemontary school gym. Sept. 17--Harvest Hoe Down Benefit for the Darrington Community Center roof. Dinner is 14 at 5 p.m. Music ($4) starts at ? p.m. Combination ticket is $7. Senior Citizen and 6-12 years half price. Five and under is free. Sept. 19---Firemon at Darrington Fire Hall at 7 p.m. Sept. 2o--=Aglce Fellowship at the Dan'- ington Community Center at 9:2O p.m. Babysitting available . . . Election Day----C t out and VOTE I I l t ... Lion's Club meets at 7 p.m. at the DinuerbeH Restaurant. Junior Rodeo Final The Northwest Rodeo Finals will be held Saturday and sunday, Sept. 24 and at the Darrington rodeo grounds. The top contestants will be vieing for all the top prizes. A cowboy breakfast will be held both days from 7-9 a.m., adults W.S0 and seniors and children $1.50. There will be brahma bull riding, bareback riding, team roping, calf rop. ing, barrel racing, and much, much more. Electloa Tuesday The primary election is Tuesday, Sept. 2o. Besides the primary voting, the town of Darrington has sevoral c glidates on the ballot. Five are running for mayor. They are in alphabetical order John Cleer, Peggy Horn, Bill Lieve, John Per- shall and Charlie White. Assembly of God finished. Fourteen students made up the work crew each day. Five students starting the project with the crew, but later transferred wore Aral Ruser~eld, Mike Johnson, Mike Murphy, Dave Tboml m and Ken Bergman. The current crew is Len Acher, Brian Boston, Robert Bronot, Mike Clezbe, Lyle Dangell, Kelth Gilbert, John Hoghmd, Don Lindeman, Doug Pittman, Jeff Powers, Jim Rniz, Matt Silva and John Spears. A permanent ca taker, Rocky Cabs, has been appointed. 8eheel beard agenda The school board agenda for the Sept. 12 meeting had several items of interest. The goals produced at the Goal Setting meeting Sept. 8 were compiled and were to be presented. Emil Whitman talked about a computer class at D.H.S. Superintendent Leo Beck presented the hot lunch summary and Beryl Mauldin presented the Driver Education Sum- mary. Beth were to be studied to verify the costs of the individual program to see ff they were in keeping with fees charged to participants. Ftrst Bapt t Wednesday at 7 p.m. is Music Commit- tee and Choir organizational meeting at the DeLuce home. Thursday at 7 p.m. is Bible study at the Delmca home. Sunday at 9:45 a.m. is Sunday School classes for all ages with a new fall curriculum. At II a.m. is church worship service. Coming events include World Fellowship Offering on Oct. 2, The Bill Gothard Seminar in Seattle--Basic Youth Conflicts Oct. 10-15, sign up now, and Oct. 12-7 Billy Graham's newly released film "The Prodigal" will be shown in Everett. Advance discount tickets are available at 13.50. "The Pro- digal" was filmed in the Puget Sound area. Bluegrass Jam Sesslon Sunday, Sept. 11 the high scheel multipurpose room was filled for the Bluegrass Jam Session from 1-6 p.m. The program included right down the Line: Thursday at I0 a.m. is Women's half of Home Grown, Amen Corner with Ministries. At 7 p.m. is Bible study and -. Justin, Bunch Grass, Fred's Home prayer. Sat. at 7 p.m. is Prime Time Grown, Caroline Fox Fire Beys with O.C. Prayer. Sunday at 9:45 a.m. is School of the Bible and at 11 a.m. is Morning Wor- ship with Pastor Hagen's Sermon: "Healing for the Hurting". At 6:30 p.m. is Evening Celebration of Praise with Pastor Hagen's sermon: "Joseph: Prepared to Rule". Monday at 9 a.m. is Intercessors Prayer Ministry. Tuesday at 3:15 p.m. is Bible Club. Tues- Helton, Combinations Amen Corner- Gospel, Heavens Grass, Carbon River, Blue Ridge Ramblers and The Tennes- scans with Bank English. First foothaH game The first football game of the year was held Sat., Sept. 10 in Darrtngton between the Arlington JV's and Darrtngton with Darrinston taking it. day is also election day and alsoEmergency numbers confusing Women's Aglo Fellowship at 9"2o~,J~.~ ~ : ~ ~ qLu0nbe~ 911 has. been Thursday the 22rid is Women's Ministries in papers, raaio and television as the number to call in an emergency. That Retreat in Kirkland. Coming events include the Kids Crusade with Fish the Clown, Sept. 2S-2S. Sept. 30 is a special business meeting for all chtwch membecs. October 2 is Up, Up, and Away with Sunday School. Sunday, Sept. 19 is also College Com- mitment Day across the nation in Amembfies of God Churches. Our col- leges and Bible lnsUtutes are the main source of ministers today and for the future. Bring a special offering next Sun- day for the colleges. The Hagen's will be moving soon to 31117 Sauk Prairie ltd. and the parsonage will be rented on OCt. I. A special board meeting has been called to handle some financial matters that have arisen as a result of this move. All members are tug- ed to attend on Sept. 30. Archery Range The Ski Hill Archery Range was under construction and dean up lX-ecedures for a year before the Nationals wore held therein lm. Initially the work was dine by volunteers, but the continuing maintmmnce has been done this summek by a group of young people from the Cross J Ranch working under the CETA program. The Cross J Crew eeustitutss a major part in the ability of the Darr- Archery Club to hold competi- tions. The crew has done an excepttomdly good )ob in maintaining the course after each meet and the general maintenance on a continuing basis and the arche club wished to thank them publicly. Besides the archery, the course is used isn't always the case. In Darrington and surrounding areas served by the Darr- ington Fire Dept. gnd ambulance service you must call 456-1111 or risk delays that could be life threatening. When you call 911 they take down your inf~tion then in turn must call the 436-1111 number to reach the firemen or ambulance service to relay the informa- tion, and then send a bill for their ser- vices. New Hours at Helping Hands The Helping Hands, a non-profit organization located at 106 E. Maple, is open every Monday, Tuesday and Wed- nesday from l0 a.m. until 12 noon. Parking is in the rear only. Their phone number is 435-4888. Mice I. Van Natter Alice I. Van Natter 68, of Granite FaiLs, died Sept. 1O in an Everett hospital. She was born Feb. 15, 1915 in Traft and had resided in this area and Granite Falls all of her life. She leaves a sister, Myrtle Lipke of Everett; a brother, Charles Mount of Marysvilie and numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. in the Waller Funeral Home. Pastor Michael Mathls will officiate. Interment will be4n Arlington Cemetery. Caskethearers will be Christ Bogart, Brian Mount, Rowland Mount, Donald Berry, Byron Bogardus and Herman Mount. Larry J. Upthegrove Larry J. Upthegrove 44, of Arlington, died Sept. 10 in an Everett huspital. He was born March 1O, 1939 in Bellingham and had resided in Arlington since 1978. He had been an employee of Crescent Foods Co. and had owned and operated the Country Pantry in Arlington for two years. He was a veteran of the Vietnam Conflict and a member of Arlington Post 76, American Legion. He leaves his wife, Jo at home; five sons, Brian J., Mark A., Darin L., Loron K. and Larry John Up- thelp'ove, Jr. all at home; a daughter, Tanya L. U ve at home; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Up- thefp'ove of Seattle; two brothers, Harold Heay of Littlerock, Wash and Gary Krva a of Everett; a sister, Betty Wagner of Edmonds; an aunt, Mae Mullins of Seattle and numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be Saturday, Sept. 17 in the Sisco Heights Community - Church. The Rev. Darcy Haisley will of- ficiate. Interment, under direction of the Weller Funeral Home, will be in Arl- ington Cemetery. Catherine Ann Leverington Catherine Ann Leverington, 21, of Everett, died September 4, Ig63. Mrs. Levertn~,~n was born October 6, 1962, in Seattle and had resided in the Northwest area all of her lifetime. She was a member of Local No. 1054, Everett. She leaves her husband, Kenneth at home; a daughter, Leeann at home; her parents, Everett McManus of Arlington and Betty Thorsen of Arlington; her grandmother, Vera McDermott of Hemet, Ca; two brothers, Ray McManus and Jeff McManus, both of Everett; two sisters, Cindy Crossman and Sue McManus, both of Everett; also, a nephew and several aunts and uncles. Services were held Friday in the chapel of Purdy and Waiters with Cassidy Funeral Home, with Bishop Gary Jones officiating. Private inter- ment was in Evergreen Cemetery. L kp t John E. Lindquist, 75, of Arlington, died September 3, 1983, at home. He was born October 17, 1907, at Waussau, Nebraska. He came to Everett in 192O, and had lived in Arlington since 1930. He was a member of the Everett Moun- taineers, the Everett Camera Club, and had been a 4-H leader in earlier years. He leaves his wife, Helen, at home; two daughters, Gretchen Lindqnist of Arl- ington, and Joan Nevarfl of Seattle; a sister, Frances Russell of Olympia; two grandchildren; and several nieces and Memorial services were Wednesday, at Schaefer-Shipman Funeral Homer Marysville, with Rev. William Kopelke officiating. The family suggests memorials to Hospice of Snchomish County. Immediate Availability for ESTIMATES and INSULATION WORK for many family fitness projects, exer- cisin YN 0nl, walking, etc. I Work on the course will continue through September with the CETA crew wheu most of the major items will be /" n I I ._sLg o_o? ..... II Ranger 11 Aluminum Dish l II I ~ .... :- I .10oo LNA and I I I II !"' sured ]FREE Sight Survey normal installation $280.00 LIe. FARS,SS 76LS I I, ComPare our price then call 334-9711 s. "aRe Stevens Rd. PING MATERI.4 *Screened Topsoil .Red Rock ] "Beauty Bark *Steer Manure / Cards of Thanks Our heartfelt thanks to all who extended comforting sympathy and help In our recent sorrow. For the beautiful service, floral of- ferings, and other klndnesses, we are deeply grateful. The family of George H. Boursew We extend a sincere thank you to our neighbors, friends and relatives who expressed their sympathy through cards, donations, floral offerings and gifts of food. A special thanks to Dr. Gerard Hooke, Past~" John Oosterhoff for his inspiring words of comfort and prayer, to oRlanist Joy Brennick and vocalist Jack Bartlett. Also to Schaeffer, Shipman funeral home. The family of Allen E. Vance Ga mes-- Food-- NOON 'TILL VOITURE 505-40 & 8 BENEFIT NURSES TRAINING & SPECIAL OL' MEDICAL CENTER (Formerly Cady Drug) Drive-in Prescription Window FREE DELIVERY IN TOWN 435-2810 John It Sharon BilIM Man. Fri. : 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Sat.: 9a.m. to 2 p:m. 326 S. Stil/aguamish Arlington O Turning Point Adult, Child & Family Coungeling $orvice Including Parenting and Health Education 435-8656 for appointment Professional Confidential We Competitive 435.511 Open 7 Days Sundays & $40 Stillag OPTOMETRY CLINIC 115 N. McLEOD Dr. Marvin West Dr. Herb Courtney HOURS WEEKDAYS 9-5 SATU RDAYS 9-12 Call 435-5757 to join this Directory ALL LINES OF Arl~nqlon 435-5175 Phone 435-3366 Eye fxam Nt/ons --- G/asses Lenses P, o. 113 West Divis Arlington, We now have Ice -- 75 10 Lb. Bag Lowest Regular Prices in County on Beer, Pop & Wine We are now having sales on Wine, Beer & Pop OUR PRICEON: KING'S -$8.68 percarton 100'S "$8.79 per carton Single & Pack 93 Hours of Operation: Monday - Thursday 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM Friday & Saturday 9:00 AM to 10:00 PM Sunday . 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM MASTER CHARGE VISA (No hard liquor sales on Sunday) We Accept Phone: (206) 653-4585 (206) 653-4580 (Evenings and I-5 Exit 199, next to Tulalip Entertainment Center 9317 Hwy. 99 (Across from the Nan Center) MARYSVILLE 653-3525