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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, TItURS1)AY, SEPT. 24, 1953. PAGE sEVEN Anne Meugniot Phone 152J1 t~. C. Leach is spending and Thursday of this executive board meet- Congregational We- in Lewiston, drove over Tuesday women from Seattle urning home Friday. The Congregational ,Lwill hold its bake Oct. 3. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hadden- ham became the parents of a boy, Gary DeaD, Sept. 16. He weighed 9 pounds at birth. The Hadden- hams moved to Hutchinson, Kan., in August. Mr. Haddenham, who is in the navy, was transferred Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace at that time from Whidbey Isl- Wheeler last week were Mr. and and Little Gary Dean joins three Mrs. Albert Mize of Cairo, Ga. On brothers and a sister. Saturday they enjoyed a trip to Mr. Baker and the Canadian bur- Last Wednesday afternoon the der, and on Sunday they had a women of the neighborhood had picnic at Deception Pass. Late a joint birthday party for Mrs. that afternoon the Wheelers took Bob Kraetz and Mrs. Ed. Mitling, whose birthdays were Monday their guests to Seattle. From there and Thursday. resnectivelv. Those they were going to California and home by way of New Orleans. present were Mrs. Bob McGladrey, Mrs. Gus Pearson, Mrs. Clarence CIVIC MUSIC ASSOCIATION Season 1953-1954 g With Bidu Sayao as Mimi The Longines Symphonette of Radio Fame H Wavt and children, Mrs. Lynn Colby, Mrs. George Dalton and Carol, and Mrs. A] Meugniot and children. We ~athered at Mrs. Kraetz's house for a pleasant af- ternnon ~nd a nice lunch. Guests at the Kraetz home the Sunday before were Mr. and Mrs. Dwight ~'~h and children of Seattle, and Clifford Hash of Darrington. Guests of the Mitlings on Thurs- day n;~ht were Mr. and Mrs. Ber- nard Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. J. Y. Dvcus, and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Strotz. all with their families. Mrs. Mitlin~ also had a birthday phone call from her daughter, Lu- eille, Mrs. Bob Booth, in Seattle. D. G. Taylor returned home Sunday after a two and a half week vaeation in California. The Hettie Lowe Guild met lastI Mr. and Mrs. Dean Field and Wednesday evenlng with Mrs./Mr. and Mrs. George Forsythe re- Fred Morris. Mrs. Harry Christler cently spent a week-end at Lake and Mrs, Bill Watkins were co- Chelan. hostesses. The devoations were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wangsmo led by Mrs. A. K. Kamkeberg, we~t to the fair in Puyallup Men- who with Mrs. George Forsythe day with Mr. and Mrs. M3ron and Mrs. Jack Sturgeon had plan- Darr of Mt. Vernon. ned the evening's program about two women of the bible. Mrs. Sturgeon first spoke on Mary, and Mrs. Forsythe on Ruth. An in- teresting panel-type discussion followed. In the business meeting the guild adopted as the year's project the redecoration of the "little" Sunday school room, and agreed to pay rental for film strips needed for the Sunday school work and to support a program of establishing a film li- brary at the church. Mrs. John Jenf was a guest for the evening. The Business and Professional Women's Club met Tuesday night with Miss Alice Lazarus. Mrs. Peg Gaffney was assistant host- ess, substituting for Mrs. Stout. The Hettie Lowe Guild is plan- ning a pie social to be held at the church for members of the church and the public, some time late in October. Guests of Miss Bessie Snoddy and her mother Tuesday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Snoddy of Spokane and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Shoddy of Seattle, also Mrs. Dew- ey Wright, Jr., and little son Scotty, who are staying with her parents, the R. S. Millers of R. 4, while her husband is being sent overseas. Mr. Ben Snoddy is at- tending the mining convention in Seattle. Mrs. Mac Wright is teaching in Everett this year. Mrs. Linnie Pierson is staying A social evening was enjoyed, as with her daughter, Mrs. Ted Burn, this was the first meeting since in Creswell, Ore. She left about the summer vacatiol~ began.lthree weeks ago because her in- Plans were made for the Novem-lcreased trouble with arthritis ber dinner. Mrs. Anna Langdon made it difficult for her to live will be the chairman of this af- alone. fair. Miss Lazarus is in charge of Mr. and ~Mrs Dale Price and ;rskitnttahf thArl ngtnt gmr:Pn dBilslYayr o eal rntg. be held in Mount Vernon Oct. 3-!a~,e Ohio their old home town r v o , , 4. The g cup oted to attend the There they will farm. Mr. Price Methodist Church on Go-to-has been employed in a dairy The American Piano Trio And Other Nationally Famous Artists ~IEMBERSHIP AVAILABLE SEPT. 28-OCT. 3 ONLY! Adults $6.50 Juniors $3.25 uarters: Tingstad & Hampton, Inc., 2811 Colby Ave. Special Telephone Cedar 1331 FO#I P-, @OP.. There he attended the Seabee re- serve trainin~ camp at Port H-e- nemo and visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dallas G. Taylor and his brother, J..W. Taylor, and family, in Los Angeles. Mrs. Effie Fenton and daugh- ter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John M~e-f's. of Portland, have been vi.~iting with Mrs. Fenton's I sister, Mrs. Frank Hughes. Sun- day several members of the fam- ily met for a reunion at the homei of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Woods. Later, Mrs. Fenton went to Ever- ~on to visit the Ben Clines and the Myers went on to Victoria and to Vancouver, returning to Port- land by way of Spokane. Church Sunday Oct. 11. The year- book was presented by Mrs. Lil- lian Lonke and put into final form for making up and distri- buting at the next meeting. The Rebekah Social Club met with Mrs. Fred Verd Monday night, with sixteen members uresent. Plans were made for the~ initiation of two candidates at the next meeting. A number of the members are planning to at- tend the district meeting to be held in Everett Oct. 3. The Ban- ner Rebekah Lodge of Everett will be the hostess group for the occasion. Mrs. Ann Jenny will be presemt in her capacity as one of the district officers. Commencing Sunday, September 27 Always On Call To Meet Your Fuel Needs! 6 Phone 1071 Special Meetings with in the ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH, ARLII GTON EVERYBODY WELCOME! Any time, any weather, any emer- gency . . . we're ahvays on call 'round-the-clock to keep you sup- plied with fuel oil. Our deliveries are always prompt! . Arlington Distributing Co. IT'S GOOD NEWS! Give ear to my words, O Lord; consider my meditation. Hearken unt6 the voice of my cry, my' King; ~n~.my God: for unto thee will I pray. My voice shalt thou hear in the morning, O Lord; in the morning will I direct ~ny prayer unto thee, and will look up. For thou, Lord, wilt bless the righteous; with favor wilt thou compass him as with a shield. Psalms 5:1-3, 12 plant in Everett for the three years they have lived in Arling- ton. They are driving east. ,Mr. and Mrs. Knut Westerlandl recently visited Mr. Westerland's brother in Vancouver, B. C. Mrs. Albert Johansen and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lynn of Snoho- mish spent the week-end in Rich. land with Miss Ruth Johansen. O' Friendship Court Held by 0.E.S. "Friendship Court" was held on Friendship night, when Fidel- ity Chapter No. 78, O. E. S., met in regular session last Wednes- :day evening with Worthy Ma- tron Grace King and Worthy Pa- tron Iver Drivstuen presiding. Deputy instructors for Snoho- mish County Audrey Tuenem and Alice Stock were introduced and welcomed by Worthy Matron Grace King. Visitors from fifteen chapters were also welcomed. The chapter and dining rooms were beautifully decorated with fall flowers. The Parcel Post Sale was a suc- cess and enjoyed by all. Next meeting will be educational night, Oct. 7. Accordions Band Instruments Representative for BALDWIN .... ACROSONIC PIANOS Terms -- Trades THORLAKSON SCHOOL OF MUSIC 1631 Cakes Everett 5c The end of another month and time again to clean cur stocks of the odds and ends .... Since these are items priced for a sellout you'll get the best collec- tion'by shopping early! Again we have priced one of a kind or discontinued items at only 5c! Look for them on all of our clean- up tables! FOR 25c and 50 Women's Shorts Women's Blouses Women's Knit Shirts Plastic Sash Curtain Infants" Rompers Key Chains Infants' Slipper Sox Infants' Dresses ITEMS FOR ONLY $1.O0 Girls' Blue Jeans Shave Kits Girls" Short Slacks Girls' Pajamas Women's Short Slacks Organdy Curtain Women's Raincoats Men's Dress Shirts Women's Sheer Dresses ITEMS FOR ONLY $2.00 Women's Short Slacks Draw Drape Men's Sport Shirts Boys" Rubber Boots Women's House Dresses Men's Work Pants Men's Wais~ Overalls Leather Shave Kits Men's Bib Overalls EMS FOR $3,00 and UP Nylon Uniforms .~ ............ 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Now Penney's offers you an all.meal set with serving pieces I You get: 6 EACH: cops, coucers, 6 Y4" bread and but. tots (double as pie plates), 6" cereals (doubls as fruits or soups), " 9 ~plates I PLUS: covered sugar bowl, creamer, vege- table bowl, large plal/srl EARL WEBER Fifth and Olympic Arlington, Washington A multi-color combination that blends beautifully with almost any color scheme.