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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, OCT. 1, 1953. PA JE SEVEN I I t~" / r~° / /" I l es Lola Aken and Norma Olson, Mrs. Richard Carlson and Mrs. Engagement Announc d Io a lorn ana mcnara Lorenzen Fred Traulsen had charge of the P- / i~ ,,~ . .,i,,, Igifts. Miss Barbara Carter held I-.v,,'.l.',,,'~n,,~,,".~ ~lr-~tApe, 1"~n %, ,,'u r-~ 4, IU !the guest book and the Misses Anne Meugniot k.~ll~Jll~ y 1~Jff,) ~Jll ,~IP~'~,.Jl°II l,-~laz'ie and Hazel Gustavson and Phone 152J1 Miss Iola Mac Bjorn, daughter aunts of the bride, presided at !Janicc Lar~on assisted in serv- !of Mr and Mrs Olaf Bjorn of the coffee urns !ing. ~~ Lakewood and Mr. Richard Her- The wedding cake in the form! The bride wore a Navy blue KOSKELA ENGAG.EMENTANNOUNCED man Lorenzen, son of Mr. and of a large Maltese cro~s was suit wiih red accessories when HAWAII Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Mortel~son ~Mrs. Lorenz Lorenzen, of R. 1,1first cut by the br]de and groom, leaving lor the honeymoon m ]l Koskela left by plane announce the engagement" of Arlington, were unites in mar-lafter which Mrs Bob Johnson California. Both the bride and [ Sunday night, accom- their daughter, Shirley Irene, to ' riage Sept. 19 at the First Luther-I and Mrs Dick Tandy of Seattle groom are graduates of Arlington :er little daughter Jill. Garvin E. Purtteman of Marys- an Church at Lakewood. The lsisters o'f the groom' served the High School. Out-of-town guests 1; to return home for ville, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver :candlelight ceremony was per-leake Little Miss IAnda Lorenzen came from Mt Vernon, Conway, . Last Wednesday her Purtteman of Snohomish. The i'orP'.ed by Rev. Myrwang and the[sister of the groom served ti~eEverett, Seattle, Tacoma and Port in the Lutheran Guild wedding will take place next ,~ dovble ring service was used. ]groom's cake ' i Angeles and Sekiu. for her at the month. The announcement was Standards of white gladioli/ Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Bjorn, and/ . ~ --o-----~ -- Sandvig. made at a belated shower for the and pale pink spike chrysanthe-lMr, and Mrs. Con Bjorn hadi Use "fAnes ClassiC]co Ads -- Mrs. Sandvig Mortensons' daughter Bonnie, mums flanked by lighted taperslcharge of the punch bowls. Miss ....• .... ~'eonnmmn| A1 Kuhn, Mrs. Wallace who recently became the bride oI decorated the church. Nuptial1 , , , ;Mrs. Bill Pale, Mrs. Ray Raymond Drake, while relatives l music was played by Mrs.] Mrs. Bud Peterson, Mrs. from Snohomish, Monroe, Everett Thomas Terjeson }rod before the:I Mrs. Chet Jensen, and Seattle, were gathered at the ceremony Miss Joyee Brose sang Harley Robb. Qthers 'Mortenson home Sunday, Sept. "Because." During and after the the honored guest 20. ceremony Mr. Roy Larson sangt daughter; Mrs. Clarence '*I Love You Truly" and "The Mrs. Eugenio Veilleux LLord's Prayer." Hiett, Mrs. Mack Smith i The bride, given in marriage :by her father, was gowned in[ Vance Holland, Mrs. and Mrs. Ken Lay- Robb had arranged decorations, with leis guests, and .Hawaiian pictures to add to the The group presented Mrs. Koskela and Jill. night Mrs. Fred Mrs. John Smith gave i r for Mrs. Koskela at the with Mrs. Hansen and a few in- friends present• The gel- Mrs. McClure, Smith and Mrs. Pale Koskela to dinner and a hopes that she a pleasant and restful Miss Mortenson was honored at a shower given at the Oso Community club room Tuesdayi afternoon, Sept. 29, by Mrs. Ole{ Claxton, Mrs. John Fletcher, andi Mrs. Cliff Taylor. Others present were Mrs. Melvin Mortenson, Mrs. Ida Deeter, Mrs. Opal Kle- sick, Mrs. Doris Badgley, Mrs. Evelyn Baker, Mrs• Ethel Green. dyk, Mrs• Bertha Parker, Mrs. Winkle Parker. Mrs. Etta Hedges, Mrs. Elmer Spiering, Mrs. Harley Robb, anfl Mrs• Raymond Drake of Marysville. The room was beautifully decorated with fall flowers, a color scheme of pinkl and yellow prevailing. A two- tiered cake in the same shades ................... centered the serving table, and; was cut by Mrs. Drake• Mrs.i Drake and Mrs. Robb assisted the guest of honor in opening her Just Received! while brocaded satin princess style, with a sweetheart neckline trimmed with white seed pearls and long sleeves and with a short train. Her veil of nylon net was caught to a coronet of seed ,~)earls and she carried a Colonial bouquet of red rosebuds and stephanotis. For something old she carried a drawn work kerchief belonging to her grandmother, something new was pearl earrings, a gift of the groom, and a two - strand pearl necklace from her brother, Ivan, stationed in Germany with the armed forces. She borrowed a rhinestone bracelet and also wore the traditional blue garter, * * * !presents• Many gifts were also re- made by Mrs. Blanche Peterson BIRTHDAY PARTIES ceived from out-of-town relatives Mr. and Mrm Harold E. Barbar, of Ellensburg, announce ~the of Seattle, who also fashioned Mrs. C. W. Fowler s and friends. • • .~ , engagement of their daughter, Sandra, to Mr. Dale Traylor, of At- the bride's veil. Ricky and Janis, cele- lington, son of Mrs. Gladys Traylor, 230 West Third Street, Arling- Miss Marilyn Hart, maid of birth•days earlier this Pamela Jill Kahler, the daugh- ' ton. The wedding has been set for Saturday, November 7. b.onor, was gowned in blue tag- Fowler had several ter of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Kahler,I . t feta with matching headband friends to lunch for celebrated her fifth birthdayI Mrs. Katherine (Donahue) GollI Four Arlington women attend- trimmed with pearls. She carried birthday on Sept. 11. Monday afternoon, Sept. 28, with:, of Everett graduated from the Ev- ed the Washington State F'ratern- nationsa colonialandbOuqUetred rosebuds.°f white car-The .AcaavzW~|~ SLIM! were Jeff Hammer, a party in the recreation room of erett Jr. College School of Proc- al Congress dinner, held Monday Misses Marilyn Dickerson, Betty ~son, Jody Wheeler, the parents' home• Her guests,tical Nursing on Sept. 16. Shc :eberg, and Bobby were Inez Ann Lurid, Karen Ot- had parts of her training at the night at the Masonic Temple in Espedahl, Gayle Johnson were RAYON attending the par- ness, Linda Ruckert, Mary Fran- Providence and General hospit- Seattle• They were the Mesdames bridesmaids• Their dresses were seventh birthday on ces Nebel, Elizabeth Ann Sip- als of Everett and at Firlands Challice Killough Dolores Robb I similar to that. of the maid of Malinda Van Horn, prell,DenaDanubio, RochelleLud-ISanitarium. Mrs. Goll's husband, and Leila Stecklebere from theihonor but in yellow, pale pink, MENSW~R tnnon, Sandra Sesby, wick Gregory Killough, Randy who is a Chief in the Seabees, is Degree of Honor and Mrs Emma and pale green, with matching ennirfg, Cindy Harlan, Kirchenman, Randy Thompson, now at Subic Bay. As she was un- Thomsen from the A O" U W l headbands. They carried Colon- DR~SS~"~~9 .VIurray, Donna Jensen Leora and Bobby Tveit, Danny able to be with him there, she de- Mrs Steckleberg is an officer of ial bouquets of white carnations• mpson and Cathy Hil- Morris, Timmy Bjorn', and Jimmy cided to use her free time in this the "Northwest District Fraternal l Little Diamre Olson, cousin of Olson, also her cousins fromlprofitable and useful way. Congress.. the bride, was flower girl. She • * * * North Bend Linda Hoffman and The Camp Fire Guardians' As- Mr and-Mrs ~oh,~+ m.,,,h ~,,a'wore a coral taffeta dress and a ',D FIRST FAIR baby Yvonne Hoffman, their[.~ociation will meet Tuesday at ohiMren ,~f .~o'~tt~:"~ ,~,,~.~=a"'~=[waist corsage. Jerry Johnson, in ~'~ .LLUP mother, Mrs. Troy Hoffman, and}8 at the home of June Britsch, Arlin~,ton Saturda,, ,~,~th the D,, Iwh~te shirt and blue trouse s, O C i Mrs. Archie J. Naylor]her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. with Helen Huff as co-hostess• o,,¢ n, d Mitlin . 'lwas ring bearer• the fair at Puyallup onlM. S. Hauenstein of North Bend.fAll guardians and nrospective "~'~:~.--" :'-~ -~ ......... .~'.. '._. ] Misses Barbara Arnot and • • , o ,- ~vlrs Ann ~ermo ot beattJe . This is the Golden An-lAssmtmg Mrs. Kahler were Mrs..~,uardians are cordially invited ." ..... , .... 'lMary Ann Bjorn were candle- o ~,~ent last wee~: in Arlln ton VlS of the Fair and Mrs lBill Tveit Mrs. Palmer Lund and' tn nttond ..... g " lighters and wore lavender dress- ' " ' ' ........... " Wl n rang m er mother, Mrs :ended the firstone held[Mrs. Art Sipprell. The colori Mr and Mrs Bert Mills had Blanche Lane " . "]es with matching headbands. An easy.on-and-off coat an~ renewing ac s ago. While in Puyal-lschemo for the Darty was.x'eunWlthe following guests for the Arl-, . . ' .... "lThey wore wrist corsages of dress that will take you qualnrance w~rn n~r manv aylors also visited Mrs.land white, from the decorations in-ton-Burlington football ~,ame'l .... ;.. - . Iwhite carnations and carried everywhere in style. The in he la r " . rrl nas in me om home t0wn./ ve e-s tother, Ray Kalles, who t p y oom to the b]rthaaylMr, and Mrs. Ronme Johnson andl ................... la nder tap . . fabric is a t r im,~ rayon llllb W~eN k=l*~lnclma [ ane ls~en there for 67 years, cake. The children enjoyed paper iMr. and Mrs. Roy Buckram, of. .. .- . o':. :;" ;I Edward Pecnik was best man , ~ JO3 lng me compare el ~v~rs d~ n~ ere orman Ison . , , caps, games and prizes. Pamela sIBurlington, and Mr• and Mrs. Ar-~ ...... - v ;. !~- • land ushers w N O ,,. menswear in checks, nubby ~FOOKS OI lratton an ArHn ton IN~ ,.,,~,t,= first birthday party was a great nold Johnson of Mt Vernon I . •' , , , . ~ !Del Foster and Dick Foster. | weaves and even plaids! "~ "''" ' suc es " • • pioneer wno nas enjoyea ca ng • , |Mrs. A1 kenning ar- c s.. ...... ] Mr. and Mrs. J. Y. Dycus are lnn h~,: m" ...... ]~ f~i,~,a~ ~ I. The bride s mother was gowned I| The style is a slimming, le Tuesday night l~om _ A cowooy ~neme preva~iefl a~[the parents of ~ little daughter, I ........... ¢ ~-.~ ....... v. ~ im blue crepe wain pinK. roseDua flattering, button front with h " ....... ~,~ro A~ has Jay hammer s ~)irthday partY,:Kimberl,; born Wednesday* Sent ~ ----'-------- ~ corsage and the groom's morner a tucked bodice• All this for ~g'~)as~b~i'*l~l~is sum: held Sept. 19. He was six yearsf23, at the'Arlington hospital. She IREw GRANDSON .. ' ~ Lehose brown ~211k with a yellow ~ly 3.98: Misses',~ half tenrn hsd n very ~ood ms. Tnose present were uanaYHoins two sisters Julia and Geor-I A son. ~vl~r~.- uav~n. )vas ~r~3|roseoua corsage. *Ut-"Al"-and Chri[tine Galde, Stephe~i: Burns, Donnie'~eine The granclmother Mrs Ed~Sept. 28th to Mr. and Mrs. l~te/'| The reception was held at the ~ZeK cl~.-,., n ..... there too Leach, Nancy '~; Huber, Howard,Mitlin¢, wonders if she {s the'on-IF. Gauthier, of Seattle, Mr and'Fidelity Grange Hall and Mrs. * onmfnrt Thor drove Adams, Jacky Santeford, Stephen[iv woman in Arlington who can,Mrs. Joseph P. Murphy of Arhng-IA. J. Couveher of Sekm and Mrs. Way-o'f"California,tak- Nebel, Jeannie Bergan, Judy A!-h~oast of having t~,elve grand ton are the proud grandparents. ICon M~/tzke of Port Angeles, e exander, Susie Murphy, and Jay s dau hters k and a half for the ....... [ g . oromer neff They came zor am-| Our nei~,hbor Mrs Lynn Colby Also et 3.98: , , , . er, and found favors .wrappedlwho was recently in the hospital, L, Lewis arrived home in oandana handkerchlets," and.is now at home and feeling some- ~ Rayon Suedes spending the past with her daughter, ~ Rayon Jerseys Breding, and family Lake, North Dakota. • and Mrs. Verdun ~d son Roy, Mrs. Mar- Mrs. Alta Mac Price, msy Rodgers attended school convention of of God at Yaki- and Thursday of a table decoration reminiscent of] what better• covered wagon days. Then Mrs.~ Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Kester have Hammer took them to a Roy keg-Ibought and moved into Mrs. ers movie, Maude Barter s home at 115 Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Anton French avenue• Their former Ludvigson Monday night werelhome is now occupied by Keith Mr. Ludvigson's granddaughter,Sanford and his mother. ~!I and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gary~ We understand that Al Eliason, iCarlson and children Denne Kay,]who has been ill for several Terry Lee and Gary Lee of Butte,~weeks, is now convalescing at Mont. Additional dinner guests[home iwere Mr. and Mrs. Clarence[ Mr and Mrs Will Verd spent !Swanson and children. I four days in and around Quincy ! Mrs. L. C. Palmer and Mrs.~last we-ek. They visited Coulee Howard Palmer entertained their}Dam and Coulee City where they 'friends at a tea at the Everettlsaw big piles of wheat as big as Golf Club Thursday afternoon,[tents, lying out in the open. At Sept.2~ 4• IMoses Lake they saw the new U :& I sugar refinery, and all over the countryside there were hun- dreds of new homes going up and Rogers and daughter and Mrs. Jess Em- Gregg enjoyed a trip and other places in Eastern Washing- ,DEPENDABLE HEATING OIL THIS WINTER SH Super Petroleum Co. ay. i Arlington SHELL SERVlGE many new school buildings. Mr. and Mrs. Mills went to the fair Sunday, spending two days at Aberdeen with their daughter and family, the Emerson Joneses before returning home. The Executive Club of the De- gree of Honor will meet on Thurs- day, Oct. 8 at the home of Mrs. Challice Killough. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Robb en- tertained Mrs. Robb's parents and brother, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Spiering and Fred, at dinner Sunday, in celebration of the Spiering's thirty-sixth wedding anniversary. Shell Heating Oils are clean burning, economical and depenc~able. They make it easy for you to keep your house snug and warm whatever the weather. 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