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~t John Vevig. Long and family were Mr. and Mrs. Daris Long and family of to North Carolina Marysville and Mr. and Mrs. Miss Joyce Green accompan-John Potts and son Lyman oi led Mrs. Kathleen Stiles to North Darrington. Carolin~. They left Saturday .... Mr.' and Mrs. John Potts gave Miss Green will stay with Mrs. a party Sunday evening, after Stiles at her home at Gastoria. services, in honor of Leroy Has- [eny,~tger, i who is home on leave Friday evening dinner guestsl ~t~: ~d Mrs..Ulysses Nations at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hor-lhaVe:~t: ~ew ~aby ooy, wno ar- ace Enyeart and sons were Mr.lrived at the Arlington Hospital and Mrs. Bill Anderson of New Friday morning. a surprise birthday dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Deeter and family Saturday night Be- sides the honored guest, there were Mrs. Walters and two daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd i Sanford, Mr. and Mrs. Estes For- rister, Mr. and Mrs. tIelmer Ster- mo and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Deeter ~and family ' Sunday visitors at the home o[ Mr. and Mrs. Don Walters and family were Mr. ,and Mrs. J. R. age in the gardens was done mostly to corn and dahlias, lay- ing most patches flat on the ground. Heavy rains during the night brought up the streams and sterted water in many dry creek,, beds. Volumes of water was pouring off the mountain- sides in spite of the new snow. First Snow The mountain peaks round about were all white this morn- and family were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Buckley. Dinner guests at the Buckley home besides the Kennedys were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lenhart and family. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kaarmo of Seattle were guests at the Guy Kelly home Sunday. Ed Soper enjoyed a reunion with former members of the 91st Division, Saturday evening at ~eattle. York. Dinner guests at the En- Visiting at the home of Mr. and yeart home Saturday evening Mrs. Frank Miles and family for were Mr. and Mrs. Mel Garton. the past two weeks was Mrs. Em- The dinner was in honor of Mr. Enyeart's birthday. After dinner the evening was spent watching television. Mrs. Leuin Barker underwent an appendectomy at the Arling- ton hospital Saturday. Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bates were Mr. and Mrs. Farris Bates and family of Halterman Spur, and Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Hy- art of Sauk Prairie. ! Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bates and son Jack went to Port Gamble Sunday, where they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Gus Haley and fam- ily. Mrs. Bates and Mrs. Haley are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Broten and children spent Sunday after- noon visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Unger and family of Bellingham. Many will be interested to know that Mr.~ and Mrs. Earl Hayter of ~llevue are the proud parents of a' baby girl. Mr. Hay- ter is formerly of Darrington. ory Raymond of Ev@rett. Also on Thursday and Friday, Miss June Hoy of San Jose, Calif. Miss Hoy's parents are expected to arrive this week. Sunday visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Martin Olsen and family were ~Ir. and Mrs. Harold! Standley and daughter Susan of Marysville. Mrs. Charles Lewis, Mrs. Gene Edlund and Mrs. Martin Olsen,' all of Darrington, and MTs. Sarah Prichard and Mrs. L. B. Knights of Oso attended the fair at Puy allup Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Olsen and family spent Saturday evening visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Olsen and family of Oso. Mrs. Joe Paul returned home Sunday from the hospital. ~Vlsiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Reece on Thurs. day was Mrs. Frank Reff. Mrs. Reff took Mr. and Mrs. Reece home with her, where they re. mained until Sunday. Walters of Edison. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence West were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tomlinson of Oso. Mrs. Lenore Runyan, Mrs Elizabeth Kelly, Mrs. Gene Ed lund and Mrs. Eddie Woods made a trip to Arlington Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wright and daughter were Sunday din- ner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wright and family of Concrete. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie White and family were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Majeres and daughter of Bellingham. Little Miss Shella Nations, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Nations, celebrated her second birthday with a party at her ]ome Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Vincent and family spent the week-end visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. U. Tupper of Granite Falls. Little Beth Bryson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bryson, cele- brated her second birthday ing, covered with the first snow Mr. and Mrs. Mel Bertch of Ev- of the season. Even the lower ~rett were Sunday guests at the ridges of Mt. Higgins came in tome of Mr. and Mrs. Art Tveit. for its share of white stuff. A Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tveit and warning that winter is justVIarjorie spent Saturday and Sun- around the corner, day-at the Puyallup fair. Mr and ~r e" H Mrs. Harley Alexander and son son of dro '~'~oolle g ender- visited ox;er the week-end with Se - y visited at her mother, Mrs. George Full, at the Bertels home on Saturday of Bryant. last week. . Tuesday Mrs. Ed Soper drove Those from this vicinity who to Tacoma accompanied by her joined in with the G. A. girlsi mother, Mrs. Minna Stilke, who from Snohomish and Darringtom will remain at her former home on the week.end camping trip tol a few days. Buck Creek were Bernie Bertels, I Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Myers are Winnifred Skeers and Mrs. Flem-]going to Newport, Wash., Friday ing. on business. They are making Si Gilbert and children, Kate good progress on the addition to Tieland and Eddie Htnderman all their -home--two bedrooms and spent Sunday at the Puyallup bath. A furnace is also being in- fair. stalled. Thursday. There will be a Teenage Dance at the City Hall, Friday night. Golden Eny:art has the Darring- ton agency for Arlington's KIL- LOUGH CLEANERS. Call 511 for pickup and delivery service, Monday and Thursday. O }'or SHOVEL DRAGLINE or Hoe Work Call S. V. LEDBETTER Phone 3545 ~IrUngton i i ,i SUPREME ~d$OLIN6 You'll always get smooth, even performance and have more enjoyable driving if you use "wide range" Chevron Supreme Gasoline. It scientific balance of all 9 high-performance q needed to get the most from engines--quick ing, fast warm-up, smooth acceleration, mileage, full power, vapor-lock prevention knock, area blending, corrosion and rust You can always get Chevron Supreme at home or wherever you drive in the West. So your tanks filled and let Chevron top performance every mile you drive. For more information about Standard Oil Company call your local Standard man Arlington, Wash.