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" " ' )* T" THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, ASHINGT( N, TIIURSi)AY, SEPT. 24, 19,).>. PAGE Lion Vic Gilmour, with Lion Dick Pom- t Lion Waldo Evans, a Mrs. Hora_____ee Enyeart, Reece Trading Center Winner Broken Into Rod races were well- The Trading Center, owned by Sunday afternoon at Elmer Wood, was broken into ~rea. The races got off Sunday and Monday nights, Sept. ther start, keeping clos-13 and 14. Some things were schedule than at other found missing after the Sunday e time trials were as night robbery, bIonday evening ',dwin Crawford~l min.j ubout 7:10, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Clayton Reece---1 min. Wood, the owner's parents, re- ; Mack Hyatt--1 min. turned to the store and came Roscoe Howard---1 min. upon the culprits either just as Lewhn Barker--1 rain. they were entering or leaving, ; Bill Bryson-~l min. frightening them away. The total Anthony Reece~l rain. amount of missing goods has not s ~ yet been determined. t heat was won by Ed- ... . ~ord, second heat by Bill ~cnool Pltry ........ 'he main event was won lne scnooi play 'Anu Lose rim )n Reece- Own Soul,' a three-act comedy, o .... 2 .... is scheduled for October 30th Mr i ~, was aonatea Parker D .... i~ t"~ "~'-~*^- " ' tracts and safety equip- :~ ~ ,e u~tuL. e b2ySfo~se~trentd/hel~Last Sunday's visitors at the ..... g home of Mr and Mrs Vie Gil- supporting me evems w " " " .... "mour here they were droner ~ir[ na~V~h~n ~Igani~z~i guests, were Mrs. Pearl McClel- t- g ~ ,,, Y lan and son Alec of Seattle They y, ~ept z6 ., " " amo ~/ttended the Hot Rod races. bt -,~ ....... ~ Mr. and Mrs. Vie Gilmour ....... spent last Monday in Seattle ms umo met ~uesctay she in v' " " " w ....... ' pp g and mltmg at the [ltn twenty-rive mem- home of i~/Ir and Mrs Dale Stack, mree guess present, where they were dinner guests. were ~m. retina. Saturday night supper guests ton Lion. After a dinner,, prepared by McDonald, the regular was held with Guy Lemmon, The "entertainment for was furnished by playing the and Roland Mount guitar and singing. Henry Bagley and A. B. Wheeler and formerly of left Thursday morn- moose hunting and a to Canada at the Provincial Park. at the home of Mr. and l Wells and daughtersl tad Mrs. G. N. White of who just recently m Nevada. Mrs. Wells' sister. Mrs. Dan Jacquet and Heather and Mrs. Hen- Sunday at the at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Collins and daughter Mar- jorie were Dave Robinson of Swede Heaven and Miss Edna Poindexter of Mount Vernon. Week-end guests at the home of Mrs. J. E. Faucett were Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Gaynon and son Lar- ry and Gordon Gaynon, all of Se- attle. Mrs. Nelson is Mrs. Fau- eett's niece. Saturdays visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Fortner was their son Donald and his daugh- ter Gretchen of Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gladsjo and family spent the week-end in Tacoma and attended the Western WashingtOn Fair at Puy- allup Saturday. Patty Henson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ferman Henson, cele- brated her seventh birthday Thursday after school with a party of a few friends. Visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hilton, Sr., this week are Mrs. Bill Simms and son Timothy and Mrs. Bud Chase all of Seattle. Also visiting on Sunday were Mrs. Orpha Chase, F. Brown, re- Bud Chase and Bill Simms, all of nday as pastor of the iSeattle. the resignation Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lewis and effect October 19. Rev. family, now of Skykomish, spent the week-end at their home here. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hooper and family were Sunday dinner s every night at guests. church at 8 o'clock On Friady of last week Mrs. S. A. Anderson and Mrs. E. L, How- ard drove to Edmonds, where they got Gregory Armstrong, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Arm- strong, bringing him home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong were guests over Satfirday and Sunday. They left their son with BroWn are going to Har- Edwin Swanson is still morning at Ii:00 Mrs. Walter Bates and L the U. of W.- game in Seat- visitors at the home of Mrs. Harold Bennett were Mr. and /Hrs. the Howards for this week. . and Mr. and Mrs. E.L. (Biddle) Howard eelee- n, all of Seattle.brated his birthday Friday night at the homes of Mr. at his home with a party. Other t~nry Brown and son guests were Mr. and Mrs. S. A. d Mrs. Clyde Morgan, Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton ~ek-en dwere Mr. and Howard and family, Johnie Mil- er Morgan of Tacoma ler and Roy Howard. The hostess, -~wis. Mrs. Howard, served ice cream, k's visitors from Men- cake and coffee. Saturday at the home Mr. and Mrs. Rich Jones moved I Mrs. J. C. Bryson and to Skykomish Saturday, where were Mr. and Mrs.. Mr. Jones is employed with the Iler and Mrs. Helen J former Sauk River Lumber Co. all of Marysville. Week-end guests at the home ad visitors at the homelof Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Jones and ad Mrs. Harry Bulfen!family were Mrs. Jones' brother, hter Barbara were Mr.]Mr. Les Knudsen, and son Les of Clarence Bullen and Lynden. They came to go hunt- Gall, all of Seattle. ling. CLOSED :Q~ CONCRETE PAVING communities are looking forward to the day when and streets can be rebuilt to fit traffic. pavement means the end of spring break-up ills mud and ruts. Seasonal load restrictions) dust inconvenience of constant road tinkering can be stands up under all legal loads in all weather. It speed with safety. It cuts driving costs to motorists. maintenance costs. For Concrete Facts, Write tO IbORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION 903 Seaboard BIds., Seattle !, Wash. 1 p T A R..., I Visiting at the home of Mr. ..,--. -, ~u ,and Mrs Henry Vognild is Mrs ]~l .... /~^ D .... .] ]Vogmld's cousin, Mrs. James Lee /TICII~-Uq)-I~.UUIIU I of Everett. The first Parent Teacher Asso-] The Baptist Young People had elation regular meeting for the(a party at the home of Mr. andI new term was held Wednesday,llVlrs. Morns Long ,and famll); Sat- Sept. 16th, with the new presi-turaay mght, m nonor, ot.Leroy dent, Mrs. Guy Lemmon, presid-IHasenyager, wno is nome on ing. There were approximatelylreave, lne young folks enjoyed eighty-five persons attending, inlthe nuge roasting wien- spite of the fact that there was ers anu marsnmallo~.vs. There some confusion due to an error in were about twenty-five guests the invitation letters. Iwith Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bry- . son Jr Mr and Mrs Tom Ashe After deciding that only the ": .." '_ .. _" , . Grade Sehool would be counted a2aehl~rean~slVirs" Morris Long this year, the room count was " ., P " made, with Mrs. Louise Camp-[ .Bime Conference. at the Metho- bell's third grade winning. [ dlst Church will start Sept. 25th ,,m ...... ~,~ w,, ~ .... t,, ~. [at 7:30 p.m., Saturday at 2:30 ~*"#~ ...... r'~'~'~'r"un~i wasland 7"30 p m and all day Sunday turmg a mer y-go- o " 2' " chosen as thin year s prol ct. " "' " __ ." .. " ." _.. ' e 11 a m "30 and 7-30 p m The Iconrerenee themeIs"vsalm 62 A membership drive is now m " " ...... I Chaplam Clarence Lund from effect with a prize ot ~o going tO[Everett will be the @voninc, -i h t the most .......................... ~" the room wn c r gels be Ispeaker' The Puget Sound Lu- memoers slgneo up Dy 19ecem r[theran Innermission Society will otu. [be in charge. The Stanwood The president Introduced thelstring band will be with us and following chairmen: Hospitality]many more specials. Come and ---Mrs. Marie Jones, Membership]be with us, you will be glad yoq --Verna Lowe, Entertainment--[did. Clarence Caspers Room Mothers Mrs Sam Bate .... ~" i" Del~ ' s returnea nome Stina Olsen ruolic ty ~ W - da - " -- , . . ._ , cones y azter spenamg sever- Overholt, Ways ana ~weans--tmr-,al d- s i ....... ..... ) ay n me nospltal Ior a ger Bryson Teenage cmo-~MeHchecku.. ~he s ......... Garton, Historian---Noreen Ner-land a ;preciatio USto"era "a I rao, Year l~ook--Goldie Enyeart )friend~ who sent card ..... r "~ s and gifts ~iarence ~aspers anti ~u get ~. ' ~ ~ [and who called on her, and spe- t~ryson were not present. [cial thanks go to the Baptist Superintendent Harry Edwards]Ladles Aid, of which she is a introduced the teachers. EverY~member for the lovely Mant one wore an identification tag Mr, and Mrs. Sam Bates were throughout the evening to help in becoming acquainted. The last fifteen minutes of the session were spent singing songs, led by Mrs. Leah Reece with Mrs. Helga Edwards playing the piano. Cookies a'nd coffee were served in the cafeteria by the first grade room mothers. School Enrollment Totals 470 The enrollment for the High Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bryson, Jr., and family. Special evening services con- ducted by Brother Edwin Swan- son will be held Saturday night at the Baptist church with sing- "ing by all following Cake and coffee will be served by the Young People in the basement. Everyone is welcome to attend. Wednesday afternoon visitors at the home of Mrs. Horace En- yeart were her two sisters, Mrs. John Bogdan and two sons of Kent and Mrs. Frank Cole and business ~nd German. In Champion Drum-Bugh Corps ,Word has been received from ,Lester Enyeart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Enyeart, that the Coast Guard Drum and Bugle C0rps,at Alameda in which Les- ter is a bugler, won the state championship in California, Aug. 22, for the Military Division of Drum and Bugle Corps and took 1st place August 30th in the Parade of Champions. Sept. 5, 6I and 7 they had more shows, on[ the 5th they won 1st place at[ Tracy, insuring the state cham-[ pionship title, the 6th they were[ the main attraction at the State[ Fair at Sacramento. They put on] an hour concert and had a fif- teen minute drill, in the after-[ noon; in the evening they opened[ the show at the race track, where: they stole the show. When the 123,500 spectators applauded it could be heard way above the[ bands playing, and they wanted i more. Spike Jones and his gang were there but didn't get half the applause the band got, accord- ing to Lester. On the 7th, the band took first place at Tracy agaih. They have four big tro- phies coming for first place. The band is booked up with engagements for week-end ap-, pearances until Christmas. The highest anyone can go is the Rose Bowl Parade and they have a 50- 50 chance of making it. A lot of people have written to "You Asked For It" and requested the band's appearance and some have received replies saying to watch their television screens, as the band is being investigated and would appear soon. Their goal next is to try for the Grand Nationals. Attend Flower Show A group of the Darrington Gar- den Club members attended the Flower Show in Arlington Fri- day. The Darrington club entered ten arrangements and won eight ribbons. Mrs. Amy Peavey and Mrs. Clara Boyd won blue rib- bons, Mrs. Stina Olsen and Mrs. Clara Boyd won red ribbons and Mrs. Audrey Jones won two red ribbons; Mr.s. Carol Riddle and Mrs. Florence Sparks won yel- low ribbons. Teachers to Serve Trout Dinner A "trout dinner" to which all teachers, bus drivers, janitors, school board and other help and their families are invited, will be held in the cafeteria, Wednes- day evening. The menu, fried trout, escalloped potatoes, cab- bage salad, hot roils, corn on the cob and apple pie, will be pre- pared by the teachers. ) Mrs. N. C. Riddle,'Mrs. August Peterson, Mrs. J. H. Boehmer and Mrs. Elmer Cabe attended the i Flower Show in Arlington. i Mr. and Mrs. Vance Rogers were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie White and daughters. There will be a Singing Con- vention at the Baptist Church ~Sunday, October 4th. TELEPHONE 17'/I Beekeepers To Meet [ LAUI=RMAN -[ Friday, sept. 25 I OPTOMETRIST [ Regular September meeting ofil BAyview 901.5 "' [ the. Puget. . Sound. Beekeepers. As- J[ t soemtmn, Friday evening, Sept. l[2612 Colby Avenue ---------- Everett, ~rashington [ 25, 1953, I. O. G. T. Hall, ll09jt Virginia at Boren, Seattle, 8 p.m.I Anyone interested in HoneyI ~ '~ Bees for Beekeeping is invitedI r What are the " and welcome to attend. [ Program: , I I. Address -- "Opportunities,'] $~'R~ Ofgood par~ Win. E. (Bill) Moshier, welll mentator.knwn radio farm program com- [I line service? . 2. Movie~"Blades of Green,"[ color-sound film produced by] Union Pacific Railway. 3. Movie -- "Blossom Time in[ Washington," color sound filmi from University of Washington. 4. Question and period/ ---"Honey Harvest" and "Prepar-| ation for Winter." [ Refreshments following, the[ meeting. * ,;~. [ ..... l CALL OR BIDfl Notice iS h~t~by given that the Board of Directors of Arlington School District No. 16 will receive bids for the sale of the following property, to wit: 1, The property located in Clum's F i r s t Addition, Town of Arlington, Block 2, Lot 16, and north half of Lot 15 including build. ings thereon. 2. The house, only, behind the High School, formerly the Mack Smith home, to be removed also from its present site. The bids will be opened Octo- ber 5th, 8 p.m. 1953 at the office of the Board of Directors, Wash. ington School. All bids must be received by the Clerk of the Board by noon, October 2nd, in said office. The board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 16 Bertha Morris, Clerk. Date of 1st pub., Sept. 24, 1953. Date of last pub., Oct. 1, 1953. dren, but who are interested in the school, children and the or- ganization, to attend the Parent- Teachers Association meetings and become members. the Visiting from Saturday until was the following Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nels Bru- seth was thei~ daughter, Mrs. Phil Ager, and her daughter Kris- tin of Sequim. Mrs. Ager is the former Betty Bruseth. Mr. Ager, who is a music teacher at Se- quire, arrived Friday night, spending the night here. Satur- day afternoon the visitors re- turned to their home. rights of others on your line. the telephone carefully alter you have finished speaking the telephone in times of emergency TKLKPHOIK fOHPIII Q ff,.pASSNG R Federal Excise Tax Paid COMPANY ~Arlington's Friendly Ford Dealer Since 1951" ARLINGTON, WASIL Q